Set in the 1940s, this Hallmark Hall of Fame production uses a murder mystery to motivate a whole lot of Sunday school attitudinizing about tolerance. Tired of the limitations of their segregated town, two youngsters Caucasian Luke (Cody Newton) and African-American Sonny (Duane McLaughlin) decide to run away. In their travels through rural Georgia woods, they discover a human leg bone that plunges Sheriff Frank Richards (Dean Cain) into a murder investigation the town would rather keep hushed up. Several years ago, a leather-hooded man abducted three black men who were never seen again one was Sonny's father. The Sheriff interrogates the widowed...