Director: William A. Graham
Writer(s): Esther Shapiro, Richard Alan Shapiro
Starring: Glynn Turman, Ted Ross, Tonea Stewart, Stanley Bennett Clay, S. Pearl Sharp, Art Evans, Gene Bell, Earl Billings, Anthony Amos, Amechi Uzodinma, Arthur Rooks, Carol Sutton, Wilbur Swartz, Robert Earle, Don Lutenbacher, Bill Holliday, Robert Harper, Deonna Lang
Synopsis: Two black brothers in a traveling minstrel show in the early part of the century have two different goals. One brother is determined to succeed in a field that is dominated by white performers in blackface, and the other is a composer fighting to break away from the stereotypes associated with black minstrel performers.
Release Date: March 2, 1977 (USA) | Length: 100 min | Genre: Drama, Music | MPAA Rating: NR
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Tags: Amechi Uzodinma, Anthony Amos, Art Evans, Arthur Rooks, Carol Sutton, Earl Billings, Gene Bell, Glynn Turman, S. Pearl Sharp, Stanley Bennett Clay, Ted Ross, Tonea Stewart