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Roscoe Lee Browne

Roscoe Lee Browne


Birthdate: May 2, 1925

Deathdate: April 11, 2007

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Roscoe Lee Browne (May 2, 1925 – April 11, 2007) was an American actor and director, known for his rich voice and dignified bearing. Description above from the Wikipedia article Roscoe Lee Browne, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ...detailed bio

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The Liberation of L.B. Jones (1970)

The title character, a wealthy African American funeral director in fictional Somerset, Tennessee, seeks legal representation from the local law firm run by Oman Hedgepath and his newlywed nephew Steve Mundine. Jones is seeking a divorce from his considerably younger wife Emma, alleging she had a...
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Topaz (1969)

In Copenhagen in 1962, a high-ranking Soviet intelligence officer defects to the West with his wife and daughter. CIA agent Mike Nordstrom (John Forsythe) debriefs him and learns that Russian ballistic missiles with nuclear warheads are to be placed in Cuba. Nordstrom enlists the aid of his frien...
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Up Tight! (1968)

In Cleveland, Ohio, a group of black men, some of them ex-co-workers from the steel factory, need to hide their good friend Johnny. Tank, one of Johnny's best friends, has problems with alcoholism, and almost gets Johnny in jail. The revolutionary group formed by the black men is going through a ...
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The Comedians (1967)

A ship arrives in port with four passengers: Major H. O. Jones (Alec Guinness), a British businessman with a letter of invitation to do business with the government; an elderly American couple, Mr and Mrs Smith (Paul Ford and Lillian Gish) who have the idea of investing in the nation to set up a ...
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Black Like Me (1964)

John Finley Horton (James Whitmore) is a White American journalist who artificially darkens his skin and passes for a black man in the deep South, from New Orleans to Atlanta, where he encounters a great deal of racism from both white and black people.
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The Connection (1962)

The Connection is a 1961 feature film by the noted American experimental filmmaker Shirley Clarke. The film was Clarke's first feature; she had made several short films over the previous decade. Based on the play The Connection by Jack Gelber, the film follows a young filmmaker who attempts to fi...