Uncle Jasper's Will

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Uncle Jasper's Will (also released as Jasper Landry's Will) is a 1922 race film directed, produced and written by Oscar Micheaux. The film is a drama about the contents of a last will and testament left behind by an African American sharecropper who was lynched after being falsely accused of the murder of a white plantation owner. The film was intended as a sequel to Micheaux’s landmark feature Within Our Gates.[1]

No print of the film is known to exist and it is considered a lost film.[citation needed]

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