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Tuskegee Airmen: Legacy of Courage ()


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Follows the legacy and impact of America's first Black military pilots and how their contributions to this country inspired the next generation looking for racial equality and civic change.

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Self (archiveFootage)
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Self - Professor, USC School Of Cinematic Arts (as Dr. Todd Boyd)
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Self
Richard M. Clark ...
Self - First African American Superintendant of the USAF Academy (as Lt. Gen. Richard M. Clark)
Johnnetta B. Cole ...
Self - First African American Female President of Spelman College (as Dr. Johnetta Cole)
Benjamin Davis ...
Self - 99th Fighter Squadron (archiveFootage)
James Harvey III ...
Self - Tuskegee Airman, 'Top Gun' Combat Pilot (as Lt. Col. James Harvey III)
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Self - Actor, 'Red Tails'
Shawna Rochelle Kimbrell ...
Self - First African American Female Fighter Pilot in the USAF (as Lt. Col. Shawna Rochell Kimbal Ret.)
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Self (archiveFootage)
Franklin J. Macon ...
Self - Tuskegee Airman, Pilot
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Self - Social Justice Leader
Kenyan R. McDuffie ...
Self - Councilmember, District of Columbia, Ward 5
Charles McGee ...
Self - Tuskegee Airman, USAF Brigadier General (as General Charles McGee Ret.)
Marilyn Mosby ...
Self - States Attorney for Baltimore, MD
J. Todd Moye ...
Self - Freedom Flyers: The Tuskegee Airmen of World War II
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Self - American Runner, 1936 Olympics (archiveFootage)
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Self (archiveFootage)
Gene Pfeffer ...
Self - Curator and Historian, National Museum of WWII (as Col. Gene Pfeffer)
Lawrence E. Roberts ...
Self - Tuskegee Airman (archiveFootage) (as Col. Lawrence E. Roberts)
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Narrator (voice)
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Self - Actor
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Self (archiveFootage)
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Self - Founder of National Action Network (as Reverend Al Sharpton)
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Self - Actor, 'Red Tails'
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Self - 477th Bomber Group and Mayor of Detroit (archiveFootage)
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Self - American President (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Self - Commander in chief of the Luftwaffe (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Self - SS (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Self - Fuhrer (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Self - American President (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Self - Wife of Franklin D. Roosevelt (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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self - American President (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Self - American President (uncredited) (archiveFootage)

Directed by

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Kirk Fraser

Produced by

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Nicole T. Angel ... line producer
Bradley Billington ... associate producer
Reni Calister ... co-executive producer
Mary Donahue ... executive producer (as Mary E. Donahue)
Kirk Fraser ... executive producer
Oronde Garrett ... associate producer
John R. Green ... executive producer
Bryna Jean-Marie ... co-producer
Sheila Lynch ... post production supervisor
Beth Mullen ... post production supervisor
Robin Roberts ... executive producer
Ianta Summers ... assistant co-producer

Music by

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Chucky Thompson ... (original music by)

Cinematography by

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Darius Lyles
Mike Wilson ... second cinematographer

Film Editing by

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Kirk St. Patrick

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Gabriel Kerr ... post production producer
Torez Mitchell ... assistant editor
Wesley Smith ... assistant editor

Sound Department

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Bob Barzyk ... re-recording mixer
Terrence Smith ... sound mixer
Gabby Sturgeon ... sound mixer

Additional Crew

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Zachary Behr ... executive producer: History
Brandy Crawford ... producer: History
Mary Donahue ... executive producer: History (as Mary E. Donahue)
Sean Froelich ... key grip
Ronnie Gotch ... gaffer: los angeles
John Hafner ... grip
Kenny Harris ... key grip
Leon Mitchell ... gaffer
Andrey Prikazchikov ... grip
David Weissbourd ... programming coordinator: History

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