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  1. The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson Andre Braugher as Jackie Robinson Daniel Stern as William Cline Ruby Dee as Jackie's mother Stan Shaw as Joe Louis Paul Dooley as Willy Bailey Bruce Dern as Scout Ed Higgins Kasi Lemmons as Rachel J. A. Preston as Wendell Smith Michael Greene Dale Dye Steven ...

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    • Turner Pictures, Von Zerneck Sertner Films
  2. 15 de out. de 1990 · The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson: Directed by Larry Peerce. With Andre Braugher, Daniel Stern, Ruby Dee, Stan Shaw. A film about the early life of the baseball star in the army and in particular his court-martial for insubordination regarding segregation.

    • (234)
    • Biography, Drama
    • Larry Peerce
    • 1990-10-15
    • from Athlete to Army Lieutenant
    • Standing Strong
    • Trial by Fire
    • A Sports Star Is Born
    • Right of Way

    Robinson was familiar with racism. Born in 1919 and raised in a predominantly White neighborhood in Pasadena, California, he had endured insults and racial slurs from his neighbors. Standing 5 foot 11 and weighing 180 pounds, he blossomed into a standout athlete at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), lettering in football, baseball,ba...

    DESPITE THE MILITARY’S racial policies, Jackie Robinson adapted well to the army. He was selected for Officer Candidate School and commissioned on January 28, 1943. In April 1944, he was assigned to Camp Hood, Texas, and the all-Black 761st Tank Battalion, an outfit that called itself the “Black Panthers.” As a platoon leader, Robinson quickly earn...

    ROBINSON’S COURT-MARTIALtook place at Camp Hood on August 2, 1944, before nine officers, ranging in rank from captain to colonel. The trial transcript gives no detailed information about the judges, but historian Adam Kama has determined that two were African American. Robinson was represented by Lieutenants William Cline and Robert H. Johnson. Bec...

    AT CAMP BRECKINRIDGE, Robinson saw a Black soldier, Ted Alexander, tossing a baseball, and they struck up a conversation. Major league baseball barred Black players, but Alexander told Robinson there was good money to be made playing in the Negro Leagues, a network of all-Black professional teams. Alexander had pitched in the Negro Leagues since 19...

    When Colonel George A. Horkan took command of Camp Lee, Virginia, in February 1943, the camp had a racial problem, and Horkan knew he had to do something about it. The civilian buses transporting soldiers to and from nearby Petersburg, Virginia, were a major source of friction. Drivers often refused to pick up African American soldiers, and when th...

  3. Robinson faced a General Court-Martial. Had he been found guilty, the whole course of black participation in professional baseball and every other professional sport, as well as the modern...

  4. (The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson) Sinopse Um filme sobre o início da vida do astro do beisebol no exército e, em particular, sua corte marcial por insubordinação quanto à segregação.

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    • Andre Braugher
    • Larry Peerce
  5. 16 de out. de 2014 · The Court Martial Of Jackie Robinson Trailer 1990 Director: Larry Peerce Starring: Andre Braugher, Bruce Dern, Daniel Stern, J.A. Preston, Ruby Dee, Stan Shaw Official Content From Turner Home ...

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