Louise Beavers, best remembered by audiences for her role as a maid or "Mammy" in Hollywood films, was featured in only two black-cast films, and . The first, , a courtroom drama, dealt with the joys and frustrations of a widow as a single parent. Beavers is ably supported by Edward Thompson, an alumnus of Harlem's famous Lafayette Players Stock Company, and Reginald Fenderson, a race-movie regular, as her two sons. Thompson plays an attorney who defends Fenderson, his brother, after he is unjustly accused of murder.


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