"Powerful, true-life story of the 1913 murder of a young female factory worker in Atlanta and the manager tried and convicted of the crime. Jack Lemmon turns in a superior performance as Georgia governor John Slaton, who puts his political career on the line by questioning the verdict. "
Sandy on the left, me on the right.
In the summer of 1987, my friend, my daughter (10) and I were extras in this movie. It was filmed in a beautiful old section of the city of Richmond called Church Hill. Our dresses were hot, the shoes hurt our feet, and our scenes were cut, but we had a great time.
Jack Lemmon took naps when not filming. He was not friendly with the
extras. However, my Amy decided to check him out anyway.
|It was amazing to see the dogs riding on the backs of the horses.|
My friend is retiring in a couple weeks. We're considering resuming our movie careers. (giggle)