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Children of the Dust is a TV miniseries that aired on February 26 and 28, 1995 on CBS, featuring an ensemble cast led by Academy Award winning actor Sidney Poitier. It is based upon the novel by Clancy Carlile. In the Oklahoma Territory of the late 1880s, Gypsy Smith (Poitier) is a gunslinger of African American and Cherokee descent. Smith helps African American homesteaders to settle the territory under the specter of Jim Crow. Meanwhile, a young Native American raised by Whites (Wirth) must choose between the woman that he loves (Going) or his Cheyenne heritage. On September 20, 1999, the miniseries was released on DVD, under the title A Good Day to Die. However, it was paired down to 120 minutes, and significant portions of the production were omitted.
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