Separate But Equal Trailer

Separate But Equal Trailer (1991)

07 April 1991 Drama, History, TV Movie 186 mins

A dramatization of the American court case that destroyed the legal validity of racial segregation. One of the most pivotal moments in 20th century American history is bracingly dramatized in Separate but Equal. In telling the detailed story of the Supreme Court's 1953 decision to abolish racial segregation in schools, this superb 1991 TV movie covers a broad spectrum of issues, never taking its "eyes off the prize" while its first-rate cast conveys the importance of the Supreme Court's ultimately unanimous decision.

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Sidney Poitier

as Thurgood Marshall

Burt Lancaster

as John W. Davis

Richard Kiley

as Chief Justice Earl Warren

Cleavon Little

as Robert L. 'Bob' Carter

Gloria Foster

as Vivian 'Buster' Marshall

John McMartin

as Governor James F. Byrnes

International Releases Dates

United States 07 April 1991

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