In December 1775, Kunta Kinte and Fiddler accompany their owner to another plantation at Christmas time and they learn that the son of the owner helps slaves escape, and the two of them try to help him, and also see this as an opportunity to escape themselves.
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Dr. William Reynolds is shown as Kunta and Fiddler's master. However, in Roots: Part III
, they were not sold to William Reynolds until October 1776. In December 1775, they would still have been owned by the doctor's brother, John Reynolds. See more
Come on, you swine. Out. Out!
Thank you young Mr. Parker, but you ain't got to call me no swine.
The original ABC airing included a reference to Eastern Airlines during the end credits; this has been deleted on the vhs release. See more