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One More River (1964)

A film essay, filmed in the cinema verité style, on the mood of the American south in the spring of 1963.

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Ralph Bunche ... Himself
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James Meredith ... Himself
James R. Venable ... Himself (unconfirmed)
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A report on the mood of the 'deep south' states of the United States, where racial segregation has been an accepted way of life for hundreds of years and where integration is now making slow progress. Includes interviews with Blacks and Whites in different parts of the southern United States - South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi - and also features some actuality films of some of the situations that are encountered every day in the south, such as a Black couple being refused admission to a movie theater. Written by ArchiviaNet

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24 April 1963 (Canada)  »

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A Report on the Mood of the South Nine Years After the Supreme Court Ordered Integration with All Deliberate Speed  »

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References Requiem for a Heavyweight (1962) See more »

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