A subtle, quiet gem about race relations in the South during the late 1950s, revolving around a prosecutor, his family and their black housekeeper, who's gradually becoming aware of the civil-rights movement. Amply praised but low-rated, the series lasted less than two seasons on NBC, but PBS later aired a two-hour movie finale that wrapped up story lines and aired repeats of the hourlong episodes.


Guest Stars

7 Episodes (1993-1993)
Chief Mayhew, Mayhew
6 Episodes (1993-1993)
Harold Perrineau
Evans, Evans, Robert, Robert Evans
6 Episodes (1993-1993)
Bobby Slocum, Mr. Slocum
Cooper, Kyle Cooper
Lake, Lake Stevens, Uncle Lake
Claudia, Claudia Bishop
Blount, Jere, Jere Blount
Eileen, Eileen Slocum, Mrs. Slocum
Diane, Diane Lowe
Gwen, Mrs. Bedford
Marguerite, Marguerite Peck
Darren Snyder, Snyder
Gil, Gil Plaquemines, Plaquemines
Monte, Montgomery
Trux, Trux Emerson
Brad, Brad Dunkins
Frankie, Young Man
2 Episodes (1993-1993)
Roddy, Roddy Anderson
Off. Johnsonious, Officer
Dulcie, Miss Sophie
Danny, Thomas Carver
Willie Smith, Willy Smith
Clifford McFreeley, McFreeley
Vaughn Echols
Ken Larkin, Nick
Judge, Victor
Winston Crider
Christina's Mother
Judge Burns
Hillyard Blaine
Harry Saunders
Judge Stuart Thompson
Leland Grayson
Jeanette Foster
Washpendle Sykes
Adult Adlaine
1 Episode (1993)
Tom Grady
Elderly Woman
Mimi McGaffin
Mrs. Henricks
Mayor Redding
Mr. Hendricks
Horace Archer
Carnival worker
Junior Felts
Elden Simms
1 Episode (1993)
Dr. Joseph Clayton
Tom Shepherd
Bill Williams
Ollie Grayson
Player No. 1
Mrs. Landers
Elgin Fairchild
1 Episode (1993)
Dwight Tully
Mr. Matheson
Nelson McDaniel
Prentiss Carver Jr.
DMV Examiner
Margaret Styles
Greyson Morris

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