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Mighty Times: The Children's March (2004)

| Documentary, Short
The children of Baltimore, Maryland take to the streets for civil rights in 1963.

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Robert Houston
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Won 1 Oscar. Another 2 wins. See more awards »

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Credited cast:
Dominiqua Alexis ... Interviewed Protestor (as Dominiqua Lint)
Rico E. Anderson ... D.J. Shelley "The Playboy" Stewart
Josh Evans ... Police Interrogator / Firefighter
Sir Fappington Sir Fappington ... Black child
Kali Hawk ... Lenore, Protestor on the news
Jessica Joy ... Townsperson (as Jessica Joy Kemock)
Stephen Keber ... Bull Connor
Chris Moir ... White Supremacist
Tony Otto ... Birmingham Police Officer
Jeremy Allen Rodriguez ... Joe (as Jeremy Rodriguez)
Rick Sharp ... Jail Interrogator reenactment
John Anthony Williams John Anthony Williams ... Papa
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The children of Baltimore, Maryland take to the streets for civil rights in 1963.

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Documentary | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Won the Academy Award 2005
23 June 2016 | by IsabeauproductionsSee all my reviews

Many people would love to see this great film shot with 8mm cameras with 200 African- American kids working as extras to depict 1963 America. This is a one hour documentary about Martin Luther King and the children of Birmingham that marched in 1963 to bring the media into the light. The producers of this documentary were nominated the previous year for documentary academy award nomination. The next year this documentary was produced and paid for by HBO. It won the Academy Award in 2005. Wish HBO would show this documentary about Martin Luther King Jr. I wonder why. Never was shown to the public after it won the Academy Award for "short Documentary'. Chris Rock presented the Award on TV even. Is that weird. Please show this to the public. Thank you.


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