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Go Man Go(1954)

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Brief Synopsis

A Jewish basketball coach discovers a group of black men playing great basketball in Harlem and turns them into the famous Harlem Globetrotters.

Cast & Crew

Dane Clark Abe Saperstein
Sidney Poitier Inman Jackson
Pat Breslin Sylvia Saperstein
Edmon Ryan Zack Leader
Bram Nossen Jack Willoughby
Anatol Winogradoff Papa Saperstein
Celia Boodkin Mama Saperstein
Ruby Dee Irma Jackson
Lew Hearn Appraiser
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  World premiere in Manila, Philippines: 22 Dec 1953; Los Angeles opening: 20 Jan 1954
Release Date:  1954 Production Date:  LC
FGA 4388--FGA 4396; addl research by AD
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  United Artists Corp.
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Sirod Productions, Inc.
Duration(mins):  82-83 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  7,470    
Duration(reels):  9    

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  • Go Man Go

    Ronald S. Ivkovich 2012-10-04

    Super basketball movie about the history of black athletes and their beginnings in professional basketball. The movie is interesting, dramatic, and... MORE>

  • Go For "Go, Man, Go"

    Jim Nagourney 2006-03-06

    One of the wonderful, overlooked sports flix.Just look up the excellent review from the NY Times tough critic, Bosley Crowther, from 1954. Deserves to be... MORE>