Harlan County U.S.A. (1976) Barbara Kopple, Norman Yarborough, Houston Elmore, Phil Sparks, Documentary

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This film documents the coal miners’ strike against the Brookside Mine of the Eastover Mining Company in Harlan County, Kentucky in June, 1973. Eastovers refusal to sign a contract (when the miners joined with the United Mine Workers of America) led to the strike, which lasted more than a year and included violent battles between gun-toting company thugs/scabs and the picketing miners and their supportive women-folk. Director Barbara Kopple puts the strike into perspective by giving us some background on the historical plight of the miners and some history of the UMWA.

Harlan County U.S.A. (1976)

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Directed by: Barbara Kopple
Starring: Norman Yarborough, Houston Elmore, Phil Sparks

DVDRip | MKV | Lang: English | Subs: English | 1h 44min | 716×476 | AVC @ 2351Kbps
Audio#1: English AC3 @ 192Kbps | Audio#2: English Commentary AC3 @ 192Kbps | 2.04 GB
Genre: Documentary

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