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Ghosts Of Mississippi

Rated PG-13 for a strong scene of violence and for racial dialogue.

PG-13 130min.
 
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This is a long-awaited film telling the story of the trials of Medgar Evers' killer. Medger Evers (James Pickens, Jr.) was a black civil-rights activist in Mississippi who was shot to death in 1963. Read More
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DeLaughter,Bobby
Myrlie Evers
Byron De La Beckwith
Peters,Ed
Charlie Crisco
Charlie Evers
Peggy Lloyd
Burt DeLaughter
Dixie DeLaughter
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