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Halle Berry, Jasmine Guy and Danny Glover star in a 1993 miniseries about Alex Haley's paternal grandmother, the daughter of a slave and a Civil War colonel.

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aired 572 days ago
Queen (Halle Berry) unknowingly agrees to work for the wife (Frances Conroy) of a Ku Klux Klan leader (Richard Jenkins); Queen heads for Tennessee where she meets good-hearted Alec Haley (Danny Glover) and is hired at a plantation run by a kind abolitionist (George Grizzard); despite.
aired 572 days ago
At the war's end, Queen (Halle Berry) oversees the devastated plantation, but leaves when she realizes the family will never accept her; Queen is raped by her wealthy fiance (Victor Garber); while working for two religious spinsters (Sada Thompson, Elizabeth Wilson), Queen meets forme.
aired 572 days ago
In pre-Civil War Alabama, the forbidden love between the son (Tim Daly) of a plantation owner (Martin Sheen) and the daughter (Jasmine Guy) of his black valet (Paul Winfield) produces a mulatto child (Raven-Symone); after discovering her mixed parentage, Queen determines to win the ac.

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