The Court-martial of Jackie Robinson [videorecording]
a Von Zerneck-Sertner Films production ; produced by Julie Anne Weitz ; teleplay, L. Travis Clark ... [et al.] ; directed by Larry Peerce.
- Video; VHS
- Before becoming a Brooklyn Dodger, Jackie Robinson is stationed in racist Fort Hood, Texas, where the former running back is side-lined in football games and excluded from the all-white baseball team. Robinson's lone battle against bigotry in the military earns him the reputation of a troublemaker, and when he refuses to move to a seat in the back of an Army bus, he is court-martialed. Robinson fights for his civil rights in an event that shapes the character of a future.
- Larry Peerce
- Andre Braugher, Daniel Stern, Ruby Dee.
- Release Date
- Run Time
- 94 min.
- Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
- "Cat. no. 6088"--Cassette.
- 1559606827, 9781559606820,
- Director of photography, Don Burgess; editors, Eric Sears, Bob Wyman; music, Stanley Clarke.
- [S.l.] :Turner Home Entertainment,c1991.
- 1 videocassette (ca. 94 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. VHS ; [NTSC] format ;Hi-fi stereo.
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