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(L-R) Actors Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs who played Cochise and Glen Turman, (LeRoy Preach Jackson, in the 1975, Black film classic, Cooley High, were in Chicago recently, pictured here under the L tracks, the location where Hilton-Jacob's character was beaten to death by characters Stone and Robert the neighborhood thugs in the movie. The pair was in Chicago as part of the filming of TV One's Unsung Hollywood series that featured Cooley High cast members.

(L-R) Actors Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs who played Cochise and Glen Turman, (LeRoy Preach Jackson, in the 1975, Black film classic, Cooley High, were in Chicago recently, pictured here under the L tracks, the location where Hilton-Jacob's character was beaten to death by characters Stone and Robert the neighborhood thugs in the movie. The pair was in Chicago as part of the filming of TV One's Unsung Hollywood series that featured Cooley High cast members.

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Cooley High, Classic Black Cinema Remembered

Remember the 1975 film classic, Cooley High, the Black cinema classic, filmed in and around Chicago’s Cabrini Green housing projects, based on the lives of African American kids coming of age in the 1960s and written by Eric Monte, co-creator of Good Times?