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Part 3

Roots episode (season 1, episode 3)
George becomes an accomplished trainer of gamecocks and earns the nickname of Chicken George; George marries Matilda, a preacher's daughter, and fathers many children; Tom Lea loses a wager with an Englishman and sells George to save his farm.
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Part 3: Directed by Thomas Carter. With Chad L. Coleman, Shannon Lucio, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Regé-Jean Page. George becomes an accomplished trainer ...
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User reviews1 ... Chapter three casts John Amos as the adult Kunta Kinte, still answering to the name Toby for the white folks in 1776 Spotsylvania County, Virginia, ...
Jun 1, 2016 · From Kizzy, George inherits strong traditions of family and a desire to be free. He convinces himself that one day he will buy freedom for himself ...
Jun 2, 2016 · The third episode, in which Anika Noni Rose plays the adult Kizzy, picks up the story in 1816, nearly two decades after Kizzy gave birth to a baby ...
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Jun 1, 2016 · Roots Recap: Dueling Grounds ... Season 1 Episode 3 ... imagination of previous Roots installments, but it manages some stirring moments, ...
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May 22, 2019 · Metacritic TV Episode Reviews, Part 3, Acting as surrogate father and mentor, Fiddler takes ...Posted: May 22, 2019
Jun 1, 2016 · “No matter whether the slave girl be as black as ebony or as fair as her mistress. In either case, there is no shadow of law to protect her from insult ...
Cast[edit]. Number in parentheses indicates how many episodes in which the actor/character appears. Malachi Kirby as Kunta Kinte (3) ...
Episode 3. Roots Series 1. Episode 3 of 4. Young George - son of Kizzy and slave owner Tom Lea - grows up to become involved in cockfighting.
Aug 23, 2016 · It mostly focuses on all-growed-up Kizzy and her son “Chicken” George (the bulk of this episode is set in the 1820s). George is the result of Kizzy's ...