A newsreel shows a clip of Martin Luther King Jr. talking about the Promised Land. A moment later, the hotel in Memphis where Dr. King was killed on April 4th, 1968. Robert Kennedy urges calm as he speaks to an audience about understanding the heartbreak as riots and protests tear through American cities. Coretta Scott King is mourning. The funeral procession is shown and among the mourners are RFK and Richard Nixon. A shot of the Poor Peoples March on Washington is shown which continued despite MLK's death
Martin Luter King Jr. and Coretta Scott King exit a courthouse in Alabama. MLK speaks about peaceful protests and the injustice that he is fighting for. Coretta Scott King also speaks about believing and supporting her husband.
1960's HIPPIES DETROIT
1940s Hollywood actors and actresses
00:00-00:07 Lois Andrews;
00:07-00:19 - Guy Madison
00:20-00:27 - Joan Leslie
00:27-00:37 - Cesar Romero
00:38-00:52 - Jane Withers
00:53-00:57 - Jackie Cooper
00:58-01:10 - June Haver & Dave Rose
01:11-01:21 - Jack Beutel
01:21-01:26 - Hedda Hopper
01:26-01:33 - Red Skelton
01:33-01:38 - Alan Ladd
01:38-01:48 - Tom Brown
01:48-01:58 - Pat O'brien
01:58-02:04 - Ann Jeffries
02:04-02:17 - Nancy Guild
02:17-02:24 - Fred Astaire
02:24-02:31 - Lana Turner & Bob Hutton
02:31-02:41 - Maria Montez
02:41-02:51 - Gene Tierney
02:51-03:02 - Evelyn Ankers
03:02-03:07 - Cary Grant
03:07-03:13 - Olivia de Haviland
03:13-03:27 - Rory Calhoun, Beverly Tyler, Celeste Holm
03:27-03:30 - Maria Montez, Atwater Kent
03:30-03:38 - June Haver & Dave Rose
Widescreen, 4K, HD, Slow Zoom Out, Shot of a man fishing in a small boat in the Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. River. Ext., Day.
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