Whitewash: The Clarence Brandley Story

Whitewash: The Clarence Brandley Story
Type TV Movie
MPAA Rating N/A
Runtime 1hr 48mins.
Genres Drama, Crime
Keywords N/A
Status Completed
US Release Date
  
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Courtney B. Vance Actor Clarence Brandley 1 1000001
Eamonn Walker Actor Jew Don Boney 1 1000002
Gil Bellows Actor Mike DeGeurin 1 1000003
Ron White Actor Jim McCloskey 1 1000004
Joseph Ziegler Actor District Attorney James Keeshan 1 1000005
Doug Lennox Actor Percy Foreman 1 1000006
Ted Atherton Actor James Robinson 1 1000007
Barbara Barnes-Hopkins Actor Minna Bradley 1 1000008
Joe Bostick Actor Wayne Johnson 1 1000009
Chris Collins Actor Danny Taylor 1 1000010
Rufus Crawford Actor Dennis Brandley 1 1000011
Melinda Dahl Actor Jeanelle 1 1000012
Stacy Grant Actor Gail DeGuerin 1 1000013
Kathryn Haggis Actor Brenda Medina 1 1000014
Terry Harford Actor Judge John Martin 1 1000015
Jennifer Irwin Actor Mary Johnson 1 1000016
Phillip Jarrett Actor Reverend Jerry Jones 1 1000017
Kirsten Kieferle Actor Peggy Stevens 1 1000018
Lawrence King Actor John Sessum 1 1000019
Stephanie Knight Thomas Actor Coach Norris 1 1000020
Ken Kramer Actor Jim Mattox 1 1000021
Heath Lamberts Actor Judge Perry Pickett 1 1000022
Christie MacFadyen Actor Janet Dial 1 1000023
Scott McCord Actor Gary Acreman 1 1000024
Dereck McGrath Actor Icky Peace 1 1000025
Michelle Moffett Actor Mrs McCaffrey 1 1000026
Patrick Patterson Actor Judge Sam Robertson 1 1000027
Brian Paul Actor W B Etheridge 1 1000028
Ian Ryan Actor Joe Winters 1 1000029
Chuck Shamata Actor Don Brown 1 1000030
Beau Starr Actor Ranger Styles 1 1000031
Barry Stilwell Actor Judge Lynn Coker 1 1000032
Mark Taylor Actor Ozell Brandley 1 1000033
Kelly Turner Actor Cheryl Ferguson 1 1000034
Lloyd White Actor Mr Jenkins 1 1000035
Charles-Henry Joseph Actor Protestor 1 1000036
Camille Lawrence Actor Protestor 1 1000037
Andrea Pinnock Actor Protestor 1 1000038
Paul A MacFarlane Actor Jury Foreman 1 1000039
Gary Brennan Actor Reporter at Courthouse 1 1000040
Sharon McFarlane Actor Reporter at Prison 1 1000041
Bruce McFee Actor Sheriff Garrity 1 1000042
Aaron Cohen Actor Deputy 1 1000043
David Talbot Actor Galveston Bailiff 1 1000044
Ker Wells Actor Man 1 1000045
Donzaleigh Avis Abernathy Narrator Narration 120790 1000046
Richard Eden Actor Peter Speers 1 1000047
Tony Bill Director n/a 2 2000001
Abby Mann Executive Producer n/a 174 3000001
Michelle Mundy Producer n/a 3 3000002
Abby Mann Writer n/a 120782 4000001
Nick Davies Book as Source Material ("White Lies") 120888 4000002
Stephen J Turnbull Unit Production Manager n/a 182 5000001
Stephen J Turnbull Line Producer n/a 161 5000002
Andrew Shea Assistant Director n/a 163 5000003
Sarah Campbell Assistant Director n/a 163 5000004
Jean Lepine Director of Photography n/a 120780 6000001
Axel Hubert Editor n/a 172 7000001
Van Dyke Parks Music n/a 120781 8000001
Ian Brock Production Designer n/a 164 9000001
Stephanie Gorin Casting Director (Canada) 157 10000001
April Webster Casting Director (USA) 157 10000002
David Block Casting Director (USA) 157 10000003
Joan Boorstein Executive creative executive(Showtime) 120806 11000001
Julie Whitfield Costume Designer n/a 169 13000001
Patrick Mark Stunts stunt performer 240 19000001
Bryan Renfro Stunts stunt performer 240 19000002
Brock Jolliffe Special Effects n/a 168 23000001
Cherie Shanahan Publicity publicist(Showtime/New York) 120789 29000001
Brooks Jewell Publicity publicist(Showtime/New York) 120789 29000002
Synopsis
Based on the true story of Clarence Brandley, a black man wrongly accused in 1980 of the murder of a 16-year-old white high school girl named Cheryl Ferguson. Brandley worked at Conroe High School, where Ferguson was visiting as a member of the Belleville High School volleyball team. Three days after her body was discovered, Brandley was arrested as the murderer. Jew Don Boney, a popular activist and Houston city council member, leads the fight to uncover the truth about the Ferguson murder. Mike DeGeurin, a Texas attorney, is brought in to act as the head defense attorney for Brandley, and is joined by a former minister, Jim McCloskey. The lawyers discover that not only is there a complete lack of evidence against Brandley, but the District Attorney, James Keeshan, has been strategizing with the presiding judge. After nine years in prison, three trials and a stay of execution that saved Brandley's life, justice finally prevails as Brandley is granted his freedom.
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