The March (film)
|Directed by||James Blue[fr]|
|Distributed by||U.S. Information Agency|
The March, also known as The March to Washington, is a 1964 documentary film by James Blue[fr] about the 1963 civil rights March on Washington. It was made for the Motion Picture Service unit of the United States Information Agency for use outside the United States – the 1948 Smith-Mundt Act prevented USIA films from being shown domestically without a special act of Congress. In 1990 Congress authorized these films to be shown in the U.S. twelve years after their initial release.
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