The Peabody Awards

The Peabody Awards

Judge Horton and the Scottsboro Boys

 1976 | Tomorrow Entertainment, Inc.

American television viewers have always come to expect the very best from Thomas W. Moore and the producing organization he heads, Tomorrow Entertainment, Incorporated. They were certainly not disappointed when they viewed the skillfully-done production of Judge Horton and the Scottsboro Boys. Calling on a substantial background of award-winning programs, Mr. Moore and his associates turned their more than ample talents to this story, set in Depression days in Alabama, and came up with an exceptionally well done, moving and striking effort, which lends distinction and credit to those involved. For what the Peabody Board considers to be an outstanding effort and a stimulating treatment of this controversial incident, a Peabody Award to Tomorrow Entertainment, Inc. and its president, Thomas W. Moore. *Arthur Hill, best known as the star of the dramatic series Owen Marhsall, Counselor at Law, starred as Judge James Edwin Horton.

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