According to the rules of the Supreme Court, the petition was due on January 20, 1953, and had to be professionally printed. I really don't think he found many ironies because he was the same man. Barbara Grant Jaynes: Obviously Cary was concerned, because for anyone to be on the Andrea Doria when it went down must have been terrifying, let alone your wife. I bought books on his life and look through schedules to see if a movie I haven't seen is on. And I think was the key for … for Gus García, because Gus García tended to personalize that and he saw within himself all the abilities and qualities of the Mexican American community.
So could go either way, but was predominantly Republican. If so, what are some of the things that may be presented that we haven't seen yet? Robert Trachtenberg: Barbara you need your own talk show!! Archives Los Angeles Times Benny Martinez Mayflower Hotel Eleanor McCusker National Archives Restonpaths. © 2009, Camino Bluff Productions, Inc. Did he like to watch his own movies? Some accounts of the sinking say that she handled her ordeal calmly, but others describe a very different outcome. Grant that may not have been played up in all the press about him? Slate translation : It was very gratifying to be part of this case and speak the truth to the Supreme Court justices in Washington. They had no reason to believe that they would win.
Benny Martínez: A lotta Mexicans were killed for no reason at all! Narrator: Discrimination followed to the grave. What a perfect example of how he lives on. Carlos was pretty furious cause they were on a short budget and Gus thought nothing of spending the budget because it was partly his. García realized that there was more to this case than a small-town murder. Narrator: Fueled by indignation, García offered the justices a brief irony-laced history lesson. Visit Aaron at Edward James Olmos Narrator is a renowned Academy Award nominated actor, director and social activist. As far as the actors, directors or producers, I really do not think that he had a favorite.
The one-hour film dramatically interweaves the story of its central characters— activists and lawyers, returning veterans and ordinary citizens, murderer, and victim — within the broader story of a civil rights movement that is still very much alive today. Narrator: Herrera brought along a young attorney, James DeAnda, to handle the statistical research. The next morning, Gus García would argue the case of a lifetime, a case that would determine not only his own reputation, but the future of the community that depended on him. Ignacio García: And it it really hits a nerve in the nation in particular with many veteran groups who say how can they not allow him to be buried. Jaynes, I'm a huge fan of your husband's work and am very sorry for your loss. The latter imply that she suffered severe emotional turmoil as a result of her experiences, and that Grant was worried about her condition.
They suffered casualties and earned honors disproportionate to their numbers. This Program was Produced by Camino Bluff Productions, Inc. When funds to try the case ran out, the Mexican American community donated to the cause in any way they could, despite limited resources. Narrator: Carlos Cadena took the lead in drafting the Hernandez appeal. The son of ranchers who could trace their Texas roots back to the Spanish crown, García was a dashing figure whose legal victories and glamorous social life had made headlines. Instead, the returning veterans, many of them decorated war heroes, came back to face the same injustices they had experienced all their lives.
Cadena won a ruling that ended restrictive covenants barring Mexican Americans from buying homes in Anglo neighborhoods. From this murder emerged a landmark civil rights case that would change the lives and legal standing of tens of millions of Americans. She loves to laugh, and Cary Grant's style is perfect to her. It featured images never seen before. Narrator: The lawyers faced an uphill battle. Many would lose their land to unfamiliar American laws, or to swindlers.
After the Civil War, ever-larger numbers of Southern whites came into south Texas. And that I think is ultimately what the lawyers were fighting for. They returned home with dramatically raised expectations, believing they had earned the right to first class citizenship. Martin Castillo in Miami Vice, teacher Jaime Escalante in Stand and Deliver, patriarch Abraham Quintanilla in the film Selena, Detective Gaff in Blade Runner, and narrator El Pachuco in both the stage and film versions of Zoot Suit. What are you working on now? But the irony here is that the Texas Courts seized on their claim to be white not to treat them fairly but to continue to defend this practice of unfair mistreatment. With the loss of land came the loss of status. Sincerely, Rose Young Robert Trachtenberg: The hardest thing about putting these together is -- getting the wives to talk!! And, ah all of a sudden I heard an argument.
I really didn't mix it too much with the so-called screen idol. Barbara Grant Jaynes: It really wasn't difficult at all, because at that stage of my life I had really had very little to do with films or even watching films. Robert Trachtenberg: I would say, and Barbara correct me if you feel this is wrong, I think for the majority of people where you came from and where you end up are two different places. He would have been the best Bond ever don't you think? And these are hugely, expensive to do. In fact, find it quite rewarding and a happy occurrence to be able to see him on film. Narrator: Finally, on May 3, 1954 the United States Supreme Court announced its ruling in the case of Hernandez v.