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  1. The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson. 1990. 1 hr 40 mins. Drama. NR. Watchlist. Fact-based account of the future baseball star's court-martial in 1944 for refusing to sit in the back of an Army ...

  2. United States v. 2LT Jack R. Robinson. Jackie Robinson is best known for breaking Major League Baseball’s color barrier. Less well known, but just as pivotal, is his 1944 court-martial after refusing to move to the back of a military bus. Top Image: Jackie Robinson Signing With Organized Baseball, October 23, 1945.

  3. A film about the early life of the baseball star in the army, particulary his court-martial for insubordination regarding segragation. ‎The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson (1990) directed by Larry Peerce • Reviews, film + cast • Letterboxd

  4. Gostei do filme: sem melodrama, relata a história do atleta Jackie Robinson, enquanto no exército americano. Filme honesto e sem grandes pretensões, acerta no alvo quanto ao tema principal: a segregação racial, que hoje pode ser comparada com a marginalização que sofrem as pessoas honestas em um país como o Brasil, onde levar vantagem ...

  5. The Court Martial of Jackie Robinson ★★★½ 1990 (R)True story of a little-known chapter in the life of the famous athlete. During his stint in the Army, Robinson refused to take a back seat on a bus and subsequently faced the possibility of court martial. 94m/C VHS .

  6. 13 de fev. de 2022 · If Robinson had been found guilty of any charges from his court-martial, he would have been presented with a dishonorable discharge. With this negative mark, he would certainly have been denied a chance at a major-league baseball career. In his two-hour TNT movie, The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson, filmmaker Larry Peerce produced a classic.

  7. Brief Synopsis. In 1944, future baseball great Jackie Robinson is serving as a lieutenant in the U.S. army at Fort Hood, in Texas. When Robinson is asked to sit in the back of an unsegregated army bus, and refuses, his superiors request that Robinson be court-martialed. With help from fellow athletic legend and military man Joe Louis, as well ...