One Potato, Two Potato

1964

One Potato, Two Potato

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After her husband abandons her and their young daughter (Mari Merika), Julie (Barbara Barrie) finds a job at a factory. After she divorces Joe Cullen (Richard Mulligan), Julie meets and falls in love with Frank Richards (Bernie Hamilton). Frank being African-American and Julie being Caucasian, the two marry in spite of the social conflict surrounding them. The new family moves onto Frank's parent's farm and Julie soon has another child. Before long, Joe turns up and demands custody of his daughter, claiming that the bi-racial environment is unhealthy for her. Now, a judge must decide the young girl's fate based upon racial injustice. This independent drama, the first feature for director Larry Peerce, was a competing film at the 1964 Cannes Film Festival. Unlike most films at the time, it was invited directly to Cannes rather than being elected by the Hollywood Festival Selection Committee.

Cast

Barbara Barrie
as Julie Cullen Richards
Bernie Hamilton
as Frank Richards
Richard Mulligan
as Joe Cullen
Harry Bellaver
as Judge Powell
Marti Mericka
as Ellen Mary
Robert Earl Jones
as William Richards
Vinette Carroll
as Martha Richards
Sam Weston
as Johnny Hruska
Faith Burwell
as Ann Hruska
Michael Shane
as Jordan Hollis
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