1 Plot 2 Cast 3 References 4 External links
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Andre Braugher as Jackie Robinson Daniel Stern as William Cline Ruby Dee
Ruby Dee as Jackie's mother Stan Shaw as Joe Louis Paul Dooley Bruce Dern
Bruce Dern as Scout Ed Higgins Kasi Lemmons as Rachel J. A. Preston
J. A. Preston as Wendell Smith Michael Greene Dale Dye Steven Williams as Satchel Paige Noble Willingham Gary Grubbs Don Hood as Maj. Foley Howard French as Sgt. McEllroy Jim Beaver
Jim Beaver as Maj. Trimble Russell Curry as Mack at 21 Peter Parros as Gordon Jones Nancy Cheryll Davis as Loretta Jones Dale Swann as Dr. Smith Glenn Morshower
Glenn Morshower as Capt. Spencer Brenda Ballard as Miss Wharton Ken Kerman as Asch Chris Kinkade as Cpl. Dwight
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Films directed by Larry Peerce
One Potato, Two Potato
One Potato, Two Potato (1964) The Big T.N.T. Show (1966) The Incident (1967) Goodbye, Columbus (1969) The Sporting Club (1971) A Separate Peace (1972) Ash Wednesday (1973) The Other Side of the Mountain
The Other Side of the Mountain (1975) Two-Minute Warning
Two-Minute Warning (1976) The Other Side of the Mountain
The Other Side of the Mountain Part 2 (1978) The Bell Jar (1979) Why Would I Lie?
Why Would I Lie? (1980) Love Child (1982) Hard to Hold (1984) The Fifth Missile (1986) Wired (1989) The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson
Jackie Robinson (1990) Child of Rage (1992) A Burning Passion: The Margaret Mitchell Story (1994) Christmas Every Day
Christmas Every Day (1996) A Secret Life (1999)
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Rachel Robinson (wife) Mack Robinson (brother)
The First (1981) Play to Win (1989)
Branch Rickey Wendell Smith
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