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  1. The Lena Baker Story è un lungometraggio del 2008. Il film è ispirato alla vicenda di Lena Baker, una cameriera afroamericana ingiustamente condannata a morte per omicidio. Venne presentato in anteprima durante la serata di apertura dell'Atlanta Film Festival 2008 ed è stato proiettato al Festival di Cannes del 2008.

  2. The film chronicles the life of Lena Baker, born to a sharecropper family, who later worked as a maid in a small county town to support her three children. Convicted in 1945 of capital murder by an all-white, male jury, Baker was the only woman in Georgia to be executed by the electric chair.

  3. 10 apr 2008 · Hope & Redemption: The Lena Baker Story: Directed by Ralph Wilcox. With Tichina Arnold, Beverly Todd, Peter Coyote, Michael Rooker. A chronicle of the life of Lena Baker, the first woman to be sent to the electric chair in Georgia for the murder of her employer, who forced her into sexual slavery.

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    • Crime, Drama, History
    • Ralph Wilcox
    • 2008-04-10
  4. 8 apr 2008 · The Lena Baker Story was written, directed, and produced by Ralph Wilcox. It is based on a true story and was inspired by Dr. Lela Bond Phillips' book Lena ...

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  5. › wiki › Lena_BakerLena Baker - Wikipedia

    Lena Baker (June 8, 1900 – March 5, 1945) was an African American maid in Cuthbert, Georgia, United States, who was convicted of capital murder of a white man, Ernest Knight. She was executed by the state of Georgia in 1945. Baker was the only woman in Georgia to be executed by electrocution.

  6. Based on true events, THE LENA BAKER STORY recounts one African-American woman's struggle to rise above the challenges of her life, to face the choices she makes,...

  7. Hope & Redemption: The Lena Baker Story is a 2008 film adaptation of the book by Lela Bond Phillips that chronicles the life and death of Lena Baker, an African-American woman in Georgia. It was written for the screen and directed by Ralph Wilcox.