In the early 1960's, a quintet of hopeful young African American men form an amateur vocal group called The Five Heartbeats. After an initially rocky start, the group improve, turn pro, and rise to become a top flight music sensation. Along the way however, the guys learn many hard lessons about the reality of the music industry with it's casual racism and greed while the personal weaknesses of the members threaten to destroy the integrity of the band.
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Did You Know?
Michael Wright's character's name is popularly mispronounced as Eddie "Kane", or "Caine", because of the southern drawl. However, his name is actually Eddie King, Jr. See more
When JT and Flash are singing "Just in Case"; both of their mouths are moving when they recite the lyrics "... come back to me." Except only Flash's voice is actually heard. See more
Hold my cane. Step outside & I'll kick both of ya's ass like you stole something!
References American Bandstand
Just in Case
Written & Produced by Tena Clark
Performed by Flash and The Five Heartbeats
Lead Vocals by Howard Johnson & Demetrius Harvey See more