Almost Cured (2017)

Against a distressing backdrop of the 1963 South in tumultuous upheaval during the Civil Rights Movement, a no-nonsense coach in a small Southern Appalachian community leads his newly integrated football team though a historic season.

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Tom Dierolf
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Updated: 16 March 2017
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Cast

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Cliff Brookshire Cliff Brookshire ... Coach Brookshire (Himself)
Keith Elliott Keith Elliott ... Keith Elliott (Himself as a Player)
Lloyd Fisher Lloyd Fisher ... Lloyd Fisher (Himself as a Player)
Paul Gardin Scruggs Paul Gardin Scruggs ... Paul Gardin Scruggs (Himself as a Player)
Tommy Kilgore Tommy Kilgore ... Tommy Kilgore (Himself)
Betty Reed Betty Reed ... Herself
Nancy Brookshire Nancy Brookshire ... Herself
Moby Sorrells Moby Sorrells ... Moby Sorrells (Himself)
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Storyline

A small North Carolina Appalachian community is forced by court order to integrate its high school in 1963 amid a South in turmoil during the U.S. Civil Rights Movement with widespread protests, bombings, deaths, and over 20,000 thousand arrests. Six teenage African-American players on the historic integrated football team have the "weight of the world on their shoulders" as the team and community navigate the season leading to the state championship game.

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In 1963, a no-nonsense high school football coach in rural Southern Appalachia leads his newly-integrated team during the midst of the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S. See more »


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

North Carolina, USA

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Color | Black and White (Black & White and Color)
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Himself (Player): After the first touchdown, the crowd was a little less racist, and after the second touchdown, they were almost cured.
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