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Red Tails (20-Jan-2012)

Director: Anthony Hemingway

Writers: Aaron McGruder; John Ridley

Keywords: Action/Adventure, WWII

War film presents a fictionalized account of the Tuskegee Airmen, a band of African-American Air Force pilots who saw action during World War II.

ABSTRACT
Based on the real-life story of the Tuskegee Airmen of World War II, Red Tails follows the famous group of African-American pilots as they contend with multiple levels of institutionalized segregation and racism on their way to seeing their eventual day in the Sun in the form of service during combat in Italy.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bryan Cranston
Actor
7-Mar-1956   Walter White on Breaking Bad
Josh Dallas
Actor
18-Dec-1981   David Nolan on Once Upon a Time
Cuba Gooding, Jr.
Actor
2-Jan-1968   Show him the money already
Terrence Howard
Actor
11-Mar-1969   Hustle & Flow
Michael B. Jordan
Actor
9-Feb-1987   Vince Howard on Friday Night Lights
Elijah Kelley
Actor
1986   Hairspray
Jaime King
Actor
23-Apr-1979   White Chicks
Method Man
Rapper
1-Apr-1971   Wu-Tang Clan
Gerald McRaney
Actor
19-Aug-1947   Major Dad
Ne-Yo
Singer/Songwriter
18-Oct-1982   R&B singer, In My Own Words
Marcus T. Paulk
Actor
12-Oct-1986   Myles Mitchell on Moesha
Daniela Ruah
Actor
2-Dec-1983   Kensi Blye on NCIS: Los Angeles
Lee Tergesen
Actor
8-Jul-1965   Beecher in Oz
Tristan Wilds
Actor
15-Jul-1989   Dixon Wilson on 90210

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