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[King, Martin Luther] Martin Luther King, Jr.: From Montgomery to Memphis

Surveys the career of Dr. Martin Luther King and his contributions to the civil rights movement that he led, from the bus segregation protests in Montgomery in 1955 to his assassination in Memphis. Employs excerpts from King's speeches, and scenes of major civil right marches in Montgomery, Birmingham, Washington D.C., Selma, Chicago and Memphis to convey the essence of the man and the movement. 1968. 27 min.