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The Jackie Robinson Story

The Jackie Robinson Story     The Jackie Robinson Story [DVD] (1950) DVD
Jackie himself starred in this autobiographical account of his groundbreaking entry into baseball's major leagues. In the face of pressure and prejudice, Robinson proved he had the courage and necessities to be a winner. Ruby Dee, Louise Beavers and Minor Watson also star. 77 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: Spanish, French.

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The Jackie Robinson Story - Cast

Jackie Robinson.... Himself
Ruby Dee.... Rae Robinson
Minor Watson.... Branch Rickey, President Brooklyn Dodgers
Louise Beavers.... Jackie's mother
Richard Lane.... Clay Hopper, Montreal Manager
Harry Shannon.... Frank Shaughnessy, Dodger Executive
Ben Lessy.... Shorty, Montreal Player
Bill Spaulding.... Himself
Billy Wayne.... Clyde Sukeforth, Dodger Scout
Joel Fluellen.... Mack Robinson
Alfred E. Green.... Film Director


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The Jackie Robinson Story [DVD] (1950) DVD

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Four-disc boxed set includes "Bull Durham," "Eight Men Out," "The Jackie Robinson Story," and "The Pride of the Yankees."

The Jackie Robinson Story Related Sites

Official Website of Jackie Robinson
The Official Web site of Jackie Robinson has everything you want to know about this famous baseball player. Read his biography and learn the story of how Jackie broke the color barrier. Browse the photo gallery for pictures of Jackie on and off the field!

The Jackie Robinson Foundation
The Jackie Robinson Foundation (JRF) is a public, not-for-profit national organization founded by Rachel Robinson in 1973 as a vehicle to perpetuate the memory of Jackie Robinson and his achievements.

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