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The Shot Doctor 

Live Oak, FL, 1952: The revered Dr. Leroy Adams has been shot in his office. In a time of segregation and secrets, figuring out who is responsible may not be as easy as simply identifying the killer.

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Alrick Brown, Christine Connor (created by)
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Christine Osuala Christine Osuala ... Ruby McCollum
Gian Carlo Durland ... Dr. C. Leroy Adams
Douglas A. Robbs Douglas A. Robbs ... Sam McCollum (as Douglas Robbs)
Michael Everett Johnson ... Releford McGriff (as Michael Johnson)
Dawn Adams Dawn Adams ... Lucy Brown
Mike Sutton ... Frank Cannon
Greg Schweers Greg Schweers ... Keith Black
Delano Montgomery ... Harold Musgrove
Vivica Johnson Vivica Johnson ... Kay McCollum
Milan Williams ... Sonya McCollum
Ayelet Spence Ayelet Spence ... Loretta McCollum
Alissa Stahler Alissa Stahler ... Evelyn Anderson
Leah Dell Leah Dell ... Young Mary
Esther Jackson Esther Jackson ... Zora Neale Hurston
Anthony Nelson Anthony Nelson ... Jook Joint Sax Player
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Live Oak, FL, 1952: The revered Dr. Leroy Adams has been shot in his office. In a time of segregation and secrets, figuring out who is responsible may not be as easy as simply identifying the killer.

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Documentary | Crime

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TV-14
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Release Date:

18 November 2014 (USA) See more »

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Ep 404 George Cvek See more »

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Xcon Productions See more »
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Wade In The Water
Performed by De'Adre Aziza
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Very Fabricated
8 January 2015 | by wickedattimesSee all my reviews

Instead of staying true to the facts, the producers of "The Shot Doctor,"edit out the historically significant testimony of Ruby McCollum during her trial in favor of a narrator stating, "She was not allowed to answer 37 times," then a fictional narrator declares, "And this silencing of Ruby kept her from telling her side of the story.

That was an out and out lie when she most certainly was allowed to testify but I suppose that wouldn't have stirred up much sympathy by actually stating facts. Basically the whole thing was more fiction than fact and the locals that were interviewed don't know anymore than the producers of this farce.


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