Brother Martin: Servant of Jesus
|Brother Martin: Servant of Jesus|
|Directed by||Spencer Williams|
|Written by||Spencer Williams|
|Distributed by||Sack Amusement Enterprises|
Brother Martin: Servant of Jesus (1942) is a race film written and directed by Spencer Williams. The film was produced in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on the grounds of St. Monica Catholic Church. It featured an all-black cast and was produced exclusively for exhibition in U.S. cinemas serving African American communities. It was among a number of religious-themed feature films created by Williams during the 1940s, who also wrote and directed The Blood of Jesus (1941) and Go Down, Death! (1944).
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