Item 064 - American Masters : Sidney Poitier: One Bright Light (2000) : [Filmography]

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American Masters : Sidney Poitier: One Bright Light (2000) : [Filmography]

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  • 2000 (Creation)

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American Masters was conceived in 1984 by Susan Lacy of Thirteen/WNET and first aired on American PBS in 1986. In this episode, Sydney Poitier describes his life, influences and stand for civil rights in both the USA and South Africa.Poitier first came to SA in 1951 to play the role of Rev. Msimangu in Cry The Beloved Country In 1996 he returned to play the role of Nelson Mandela in Mandela & De Klerk. Mandela appears in archive footage

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Lee Grant - Production - Directed by
Prudence Glass - Production - Scripted by

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Category: Documentary
Type: Film
Date: Released 2000
Duration: 55 minutes
Colour or B/W: Colour
Sound: Yes
Language: English

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