The life and times of Number 42 are chronicled in this engaging film about Jackie Robinson (played by Stephen Hill in docudrama footage). As the first black player in the major leagues since the 19th century, the Brooklyn Dodgers' beloved second baseman emerged as a civil rights icon with an estimable career, including six consecutive All-Star Game appearances from 1949-54. The program blends compelling re-creations with archival footage and interviews. 65 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.