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Leadbelly (28-May-1976)

Director: Gordon Parks

Writer: Ernest Kinoy

Keywords: Drama, Biography, Blues

Drama of blues musician Huddie Ledbetter, aka Leadbelly. Made for PBS.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Art Evans
Actor
27-Mar-1942   A Soldier's Story
Lynn Hamilton
Actor
25-Apr-1930   Donna Harris on Sanford and Son
Ernie Hudson
Actor
17-Dec-1945   Warden Glenn on Oz
Roger E. Mosley
Actor
18-Dec-1938   T.C. on Magnum, P.I.
Madge Sinclair
Actor
28-Apr-1938 20-Dec-1995 Nurse Shoop on Trapper John

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 28-Jun-2006)

If this is the movie I think it is, than I have to say it was one of the best films I have ever seen. The acting and directing was absolutely stunning, and it has left a lasting impression on my mind. I became a great fan of Huddie Ledbetter and own many of his recordings. I have been trying to get a copy of this film since I first saw it about 10 years ago. Please send me info on how to get a copy of the film if you are able. I am dying to show this movie to all my family and friends. sincerely Richard Goodman


Review by Frances (posted on 9-May-2005)

This was a very good movie. My husband told me about this film and wanted to obtain a copy of it. It took a considerable amount of research and e-mails but I finally had a chance to purchase the movie. It was well worth the search.


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