He also was a classic hard case, a womanizer and substance abuser who died of drug-related causes in his automobile on the way to a gig on New Year's Eve, 1952.
Cadell is substituting at a local law practice for law-school classmate Sheila (Talia Balsam), who's bedridden with a high-risk pregnancy.
In the 20th century, the motives for leaving remain poverty and lack of opportunity.
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Admittedly, Workman was faced with an almost impossible mission: how to organize huge amounts of cinematic info and footage into an accessible and entertaining format of 90 minutes.