Hal King (2017)

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Hal King is part of the 1950s beatnik jazz scene; running with drug addicts and fast women. But after being drafted for the Korean War, he may be forced to chose between carrying his father's political legacy, and the woman he loves.

Director:

Myron Davis

Writers:

Josey Flyte (story), J. Ivy (poetry written by) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Sophia Stephens ... Doll Tearsheet (as Sophia N. Stephens)
Kareem Ghaleb ... Leafleter
Ryan Shaw Ryan Shaw ... Half Staff
Richard Phillis Richard Phillis ... Cop / General Crooks
J. Ivy J. Ivy ... The Melancholy Poet
Heather Morris Heather Morris ... Halfstaff Lady Friend
Alvin J. Frazier II ... The Host
Esjae Esjae ... Minister
Kaylin Lee Clinton ... White Investor
Tony McLendon Tony McLendon ... Leroy French
Eric Roberson Eric Roberson ... Henry King
Steve Wallace Steve Wallace ... The Mediator
Jacob Bates Jacob Bates ... Fella Two
Sophia Loren Coffee Sophia Loren Coffee ... Campaign Worker
Jude Evans Jude Evans ... Dancer
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Storyline

Hal King enjoys the beatnik jazz scene and fast women. His father, Henry King is a politician running against cutthroat Leroy French. Returning from the Korean War, a matured Hal falls in love with French's daughter. The results are tragic.

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Genres:

Drama | Musical | War

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2017 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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