Robinson's struggle for equality began in the Army, before he integrated baseball. Robert Smalls made a daring sea escape during the Civil War and went on to serve five terms in Congress. Harry's determination to be free suggests that not all of the slaves found Washington to be the benevolent master whom historians have depicted. What laid the groundwork for Dr.
Many Rivers to Cross
Martin Luther King, Jr. Share Your Story! Growing up, how did you learn about the accomplishments and struggles of African Americans? How has your understanding or knowledge of African-American history changed over time? We invite you to share your story. View All Photos. Movie Info Packaged and sold as an outdoor actioner, Many Rivers to Cross is as much a comedy as anything else. Escaping his marital responsibilities which were impressed upon him on threat of death , Gentry heads into the North Country, with Mary in hot pursuit. Hero and heroine spend the rest of the picture taking turns rescuing each other from hostile Indians.
Some of the humor is predicated upon the wholesale slaughter of the "redskins", and as such is a bit hard to take when seen today.
Gilligan's Island. Classics , Comedy , Western , Romance. Roy Rowland. Harry Brown , Guy Troper. Aug 26, Robert Taylor as Bushrod Gentry.
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Eleanor Parker as Mary Stuart Cherne. Victor McLaglen as Cadmus Cherne.
Russ Tamblyn as Shields. James Arness as Esau Hamilton. Alan Hale Jr. John Hudson as Hugh. Rhys Williams as Lige Blake. Josephine Hutchinson as Mrs.
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Russell Johnson as Banks. Abel Fernandez as Slangoh. Ralph Moody as Sandak. Dec 19, Rating: C Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews 1. Jul 24, Sprightly western with a comic twist.
Taylor is on the wooden side as usual but Eleanor Parker is full of vigor and you get the Skipper and the Professor in the same movie to boot! It concludes by suggesting a shift in the focus of questioning, from the identity of the asylum seeker to the persecution in the country of origin, as a possible basis for fairer treatment of LGBTQI asylum claims. Most users should sign in with their email address. If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in.
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