Beulah Land

Beulah Land
Type TV MiniSeries
MPAA Rating N/A
Runtime 2hr
Genres Drama, Historical
Keywords N/A
Status Completed
US Release Date
  
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Lesley Ann Warren Actor Sarah Pennington 1 1000001
Michael Sarrazin Actor Casey Troy 1 1000002
Eddie Albert Actor Felix Kendrick 1 1000003
Meredith Baxter Actor Lauretta Pennington 1 1000004
Hope Lange Actor Deborah Kendrick 1 1000005
Paul Rudd Actor Leon Kendrick 1 1000006
Dorian Harewood Actor Floyd 1 1000007
Martha Scott Actor Penelope Pennington 1 1000008
Paul Shenar Actor Roscoe Corlay 1 1000009
Allyn McLerie Actor Edna Davis 1 1000010
Jenny Agutter Actor Lizzie Corlay 1 1000011
Don Johnson Actor Bonard Davis 1 1000012
Clarice Taylor Actor Lovey 1 1000013
Robert Walker Actor Bruce Davis 1 1000014
Taylor Lacher Actor Sergeant Smede 1 1000015
Bibi Osterwald Actor Nell Kenrick 1 1000016
Laurie Prange Actor Rachel Kendrick Davis 1 1000017
Franklyn Seales Actor Roman 1 1000018
Madeleine Stowe Actor Selma Kendrick Davis 1 1000019
Jean Foster Actor Pauline 1 1000020
Jonathan Frakes Actor Adam Davis 1 1000021
Ilene Graff Actor Annabel Davis 1 1000022
Peter DeAnda Actor Jubal Corlay 1 1000023
Elizabeth Robinson Actor Dorothy Corlay 1 1000024
K Martel Actor Young Benjamin 1 1000025
Kevin Hagen Actor Sheriff Barnes 1 1000026
Marco St John Actor Blaylock 1 1000027
Stuart Mabray Actor Roscoe Corlay II 1 1000028
Ray Girardin Actor Captain Ponder 1 1000029
James Daughton Actor Benjamin Davis II 1 1000030
Betsy Slade Actor Doreen Davis 1 1000031
Patrick Harrison Actor Benjamin Davis 1 1000032
Vernon Weddle Actor Clarence Anderson 1 1000033
Ruth Cox Actor Priscilla Oglethorpe 1 1000034
Peter Hobbs Actor Governor 1 1000035
Carole Jordan Actor Trudy Davis 1 1000036
Sheila Cage Actor Stella 1 1000037
Robin James Actor Nancy 1 1000038
DeVoreaux White Actor Abraham 1 1000039
Marvel Lewis Actor Lotus 1 1000040
Tommie Stewart Actor Cook 1 1000041
Grand Bush Actor Nathaniel 1 1000042
Gene Rutherford Actor Hoskinson 1 1000043
Malcolm McMillan Actor Lipscomb 1 1000044
Will Long Actor Hardy 1 1000045
Jack Rey Actor Price 1 1000046
James Steele Actor Meecham 1 1000047
Rosia Wade-Crisler Actor Myrtis 1 1000048
Colia Lafayette Actor Lucille 1 1000049
Michael Stewart Actor Alonzo 1 1000050
B Hopper Actor Mr Oglethorpe 1 1000051
Bobbie Harper Actor Mrs Oglethorpe 1 1000052
Gloria Winters Actor Dawcy 1 1000053
Jerry Leggio Actor Varnedoe 1 1000054
Kyle Richards Actor Young Sarah 1 1000055
Tina Payne Actor Young Lauretta 1 1000056
Todd Lookinland Actor Young Leon 1 1000057
Joey Green Actor Young Floyd 1 1000058
Christoff St John Actor Young Roman 1 1000059
Michelle Simms Actor Clovis 1 1000060
Tracy Clanton Actor Young Selma 1 1000061
Geren Moor Actor Young Bonard 1 1000062
Zetella Walker Actor Young Pauline 1 1000063
Ken Dills Actor Young Bruce 1 1000064
Elizabeth DeLeon Actor Young Rachel 1 1000065
Eric Whittington Actor Young Adam 1 1000066
Anthony Thompkins Actor Young Roscoe II 1 1000067
David Gerber Executive Producer n/a 174 3000001
Christopher Morgan Producer n/a 3 3000002
Jacques Meunier Screenplay n/a 120778 4000001
Lonnie Coleman Source Material (from novel) from novels("Beulah Land" "Look Away Beulah Land") 120793 4000002
Andrew Jackson Director of Photography n/a 120780 6000001
David Wages Editor n/a 172 7000001
Jim Benson Editor n/a 172 7000002
Ronald LaVine Editor n/a 172 7000003
Allyn Ferguson Music n/a 120781 8000001
Edward Carfagno Art Director art direction 183 9000001
Grady Hunt Costumes n/a 120828 13000001
Don Marando Makeup n/a 353 13000002
Alan Fama Makeup n/a 353 13000003
Alan Bernard Sound n/a 120816 14000001
Ed Mahler Sound n/a 120816 14000002
David Horowitz Other sets 120795 26000001
Synopsis
This florid amalgam of a pair of novels by Lonnie Coleman about the Old South had ambitions to be the TV equivalent of "Gone With the Wind" in its telling of a young southern belle who becomes mistress of a magnificent plantation. Trouble-plagued throughout its production (the original director, Virgil Vogel, had a heart attack and was replaced by Harry Falk, and JP Miller, author of "Days of Wine and Roses" and many other distinguished television plays, asked to have his name replaced by a pseudonym after too many changes were made in his original script), "Beulah Land" then went on to face a hostile reception from many black factions because of its harsh depiction of slaves and its miscegenation subplot. It did, however, win an Emmy Award nomination for costume design.
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