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Bright Road (17-Apr-1953)

Director: Gerald Mayer

Writer: Emmet Lavery

From novel: See How They Run by Mary Elizabeth Vroman

Music by: David Rose

Producer: Sol Baer Fielding

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Harry Belafonte
Singer/Songwriter
1-Mar-1927   Calypso singer
Dorothy Dandridge
Actor
9-Nov-1922 8-Sep-1965 Carmen Jones
Robert Horton
Actor
29-Jul-1924   Flint McCullough on Wagon Train

CAST

Dorothy Dandridge   ...   Jane Richards
Philip Hepburn   ...   C. T. Young
Harry Belafonte   ...   School Principal
Barbara Randolph   ...   Tanya
Robert Horton   ...   Dr. Mitchell
Maidie Norman   ...   Tanya's Mother
Renee Beard   ...   Booker T. Jones
Howard McNeeley   ...   Boyd
Robert McNeeley   ...   Lloyd
Patti Marie Ellis   ...   Rachel Smith
Joy Jackson   ...   Sarahlene Babcock
Fred Moultrie   ...   Roger
James Moultrie   ...   George
Carolyn Ann Jackson   ...   Mary Louise

REVIEWS

Review by Charles Settles II (posted on 20-Feb-2005)

When I was about 9 years old I went with my family to Reno. We did an annual trip to Reno, where we stayed at the MGM Grand hotel. Well, this particular year Bright Road was playing at the theatre in the hotel. The movie took my breath away. Once it was over, I asked my mother if we could see it again. Dorothy Dandridge Played a stunning role as the school teacher. Harry Belafonte did nothing less than his best as the school principal. The story line was very heart felt. There were moments of sadness, joy and a hint of romance at different parts of the movie. I have been trying to find this on video or dvd, but no copy exists to my knowledge. I recommend this film to anyone who appreciates a great movie.


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