- Acting of Lead Performers
- Acting of Supporting Cast
- Music Score
- Title Sequence
- Historical Importance
- Would You Recommend?
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1972 The Man
Watching a rerun of Dick Cavett a clip of this movie was shown. I am intrigued, and now I would like to see it. It does not exist anywhere. I can't buy it or rent it. So I am here, hoping that someone who can influence scheduling might decide to play this movie. Please consider adding this at some time so that we can see what must have been an important movie as it pertains to the social attitudes of it's time.Thanks
- jack f.
I DID'NT SEE THE MOVIE, BU I READ THE BOOK. I FOUND THE STORY VERY INTERRESTING AND INTRIGUING. I CAN'T SEE WHY ANYONE WOULD TRY TO HIDE THIS STORY AND NOT KEEP THE FILM AVAILABLE. JACK F.
The Man - need to be on DVD
I remember this movie very well It was one of the movie that related to the African American Culture during racial riots during my high school days. I was only 16 years old when I saw it on TV. That movie inspired everyone who saw it back in the early days of the 70's. that it could happen one day and Now this is the 21st century it became a reality. We need this to be for our future children to show that it is possible.
I saw this movie when it first came out and would love to see it again. James Earl Jones is a great actor. I heard a trivia question once asking who played the first black president with the answer being Morgan Freeman, I corrected them saying it was James Earl Jones and everyone said he never played a president. No one had heard of this movie. I remember it being a good movie but it was so long ago.
The Man- When on DVD?
"The Man" should be out and available to rent. I had the opportunity to see it by someone having a copy. However I only had it for a short time. I don't think who else would have played a better roll than Mr. James Earl Jones. He's really awesome and great in this film! I have never ever heard of this film until now. Thanks for reading.