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Operators then shunned "Playboy's Spice Platinum", a new group of channels with graphic hardcore fare. Some subsidiaries of major corporations are the largest pornography sellers, like News Corporation 's DirecTV.

Revenues of companies such as Playboy and Hustler were small by comparison. Microsoft has long declined to license development software to game makers whose titles include sexual content.

Wal-Mart , America's largest distributor of video games, maintains the policy of selling no games with an AO rating.

Playboy: The Mansion became the first game built around the "Playboy" license. A downloadable mod —" Hot Coffee " for the game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas brought attention to the need to discuss the challenges faced in creating games with pornographic content.

Meanwhile, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was pulled from shelves by Rockstar Games after it became public knowledge that, with the use of a Gameshark cheating device, the scene could be unlocked portraying the protagonist having sex with another character, although in the scene both characters have their clothes on.

The game was later sold without the unlockable scene. PlayStation 2 video game God of War , based on Greek mythology , features an event in the first part of the game where protagonist Kratos can have sex with two topless prostitutes , who reside in a bedroom on his boat.

Although no sexual acts are depicted they occur off-screen and are indicated by sound effects , the women are shown topless. The player interacts by performing button and joystick commands that appear on screen which results in an experience reward for the player.

The adult sections of American comic book stores frequently carry a large number of translations of Japanese hardcore comics, as well as an increasing number of home imitations.

One of the Japanese animation porn movies, which started the American adult video market, was Urotsukidoji.

The adult animation market exists primarily through direct sales: mail-order to customers, and wholesale to specialty shops which cater to animation and to comic-book fans.

The Internet maintains a significant part of American adult entertainment, also because the Reno v.

American Civil Liberties Union case specified that the term " indecent " has no specific legal meaning in the context of the Internet.

If a visitor site connects to a pay site and signs up for content, it receives a conversion fee from the larger site. A successful large operation is often an umbrella company serving many markets with pay sites.

Around this core and its affiliates is a system of ad-supported service sites. In the owners and operators of Playgirl.

Federal Trade Commission with illegally billing thousands of consumers for services that were advertised as free, and for billing other consumers who never visited the web sites at all.

Sites often suffer from unauthorized, non-paying surfers who use stolen passwords, which can use month's worth of bandwidth in a day, costing the site operator hundreds or thousands of dollars' worth of additional bandwidth fees, all for traffic that returns no money at all.

Buy This Domain case ruled that linking domain names to pornographic sites is not per se conclusive of bad-faith registration and use, although it does raise that presumption.

A common occurrence was the use of domain names similar to known ones, such as whitehouse. In , the total retail value of all the hardcore pornography in the U.

According to the Attorney General's Commission on Pornography, American adult entertainment industry has grown considerably over the past thirty years by continually changing and expanding to appeal to new markets, though the production is considered to be low-profile and clandestine.

The figure is often credited to a study by Forrester Research and was lowered in According to the Forbes data the annual income distribution is like this:.

The financial extent of adult films, distributed in hotels, is hard to estimate—hotels keep statistics to themselves or do not keep them at all.

The income of cellphone porn is low, when compared with other countries. The absence of V-chip -style parental controls largely has kept American consumers from using cellphones to access explicit content.

The lawful definition of pornography in the U. In this period, recognizing ambiguities, the term "sexually explicit content" gained use as one of the pornography's euphemisms , [49] but later it was determined that a distinction between pornographic and sexually explicit content is completely artificial.

California the Supreme Court used the definition of pornography made by Webster's Third New International Dictionary of "a depiction as in a writing or painting of licentiousness or lewdness : a portrayal of erotic behavior designed to cause sexual excitement".

Heinle's Newbury House Dictionary of American English defined pornography as "obscene writings, pictures, or films intended to arouse sexual desire".

The Antipornography Civil Rights Ordinance defined pornography as the "graphic sexually explicit subordination of women, whether in pictures or in words".

Hudnut in Indianapolis Courts in California and New York have clearly rejected the argument that the making of pornography is prostitution.

Freeman and People v. Paulino The Oregon Supreme Court went even further in State v. Henry by abolishing the legal definition of obscenity in that state, ruling it violated freedom of speech as defined in the state constitution.

Pornography as a legal term at the federal level, except the generic terms " hardcore pornography " [a] and " child pornography ", [53] [b] has not existed since the Miller v.

California case. California [56] discussed pornography which it referred to as "sexually explicit material" in terms of obscenity , which it held did not enjoy First Constitutional Amendment protection, and recognized that individual communities had different values and opinions on obscenity.

The Court's definition of obscenity has come to be called the Miller test. Attempts were made in the United States in the s to close down the pornography industry by prosecuting those in the industry on prostitution charges.

The prosecution started in the courts in California in the case of People v. The California Supreme Court acquitted Freeman and distinguished between someone who takes part in a sexual relationship for money prostitution versus someone whose role is merely portraying a sexual relationship on-screen as part of their acting performance.

The State did not appeal to the United States Supreme Court making the decision binding in California, where most pornographic films are made today.

The term "pornography" first appeared in an British medical dictionary , which defined it as "a description of prostitutes or of prostitution, as a matter of public hygiene", [61] therefore pornography by itself was not a widely used term in nineteenth-century America [62] and the term did not appear in any version of American Dictionary of the English Language in its early editions.

The dictionary introduced the entry in , defining it primarily as a "treatment of, or a treatise on, the subject of prostitutes or prostitution".

Early charges used the term "obscenity" as well as after Miller v. California , though the term "pornography" remained as a reference entry:.

The upcoming censorship of pornographic materials in the United States became based on the First , and partially Ninth [63] and Fourteenth amendments to the U.

It also includes the so-called harm principle , as well as in Canada and the United Kingdom. Congress Select Committee on Current Pornographic Materials in , it was noted that "perhaps the greatest impediments to the prompt and effective enforcement of existing laws intended to control pornographic materials are the difficulties of establishing a precise interpretation of the word".

During the Warren Court — , the first notable court to face the cases of such kind, justices Potter Stewart, Byron White , and Arthur Goldberg shared the opinion that only hardcore pornography was not protected by the First and Fourteenth Amendments.

Ohio Stewart concluded that criminal obscenity laws are constitutionally limited under the First and Fourteenth Amendments to hardcore pornography.

United States Justice John Marshall Harlan II wrote that "even assuming that pornography cannot be deemed ever to cause, in an immediate sense, criminal sexual conduct, other interests within the proper cognizance of the States may be protected by the prohibition placed on such materials.

The Public Law found the traffic in pornography to be "a matter of national concern", as well as in obscenity.

The first can be defined as dealing with sexual representations that are offensive to public morality or taste, which concerned the Court notably in the Ginzburg v.

United States case. The second centers on the effect of pornography on specific individuals or classes, which is the focus of most public discussions and prior Court pornography decisions.

This dimension was mentioned only twice in the array of decisions made in A frustration was expressed notably by Justice Hugo Black in the Mishkin v.

New York : "I wish once more to express my objections to saddling this Court with the irksome and inevitably unpopular and unwholesome task of finally deciding by a case-by-case, sight-by-sight personal judgment of the members of this Court what pornography whatever that means is too hard core for people to see or read.

United States decision the Supreme Court said that just because pornographic materials are for sale and purchased around the country, "Mere availability of similar materials by itself means nothing more than that other persons are engaged in similar activities.

Since determining what is pornography and what is "soft core" and "hard core" are subjective questions to judges, juries, and law enforcement officials, it is difficult to define, since the law cases cannot print examples for the courts to follow.

The famous Indianapolis definition of pornography by Dworkin and MacKinnon paralleled their Minneapolis ordinance.

The ordinance did not use any of the accepted terms that the Supreme Court had developed over time for determining when material is obscene, including "prurient interest", "offensiveness", or "local community standards".

If women were referred to in the approved fashion stressing equality, the activity involved would be regardless of how sexually explicit it was.

Depictions of subordination tend to perpetuate subordination. The subordinate status of women in turn leads to affront and lower pay at work, insult and injury at home, battery and rape on the streets Yet this simply demonstrates the power of pornography as speech.

Minneapolis ordinance was struck down on the grounds that it was ambiguous and vague, however, despite of its failure the proposal influenced other communities across the United States.

In May U. The Lockhart Commission recommended eliminating all criminal penalties for pornography except for pornographic depictions of minors, or sale of pornography to minors.

Ferber case "The States are entitled to greater leeway in the regulation of pornographic depictions of children This kind of material is often labeled as "adult" and the appropriate disclaimers are common.

They are based on what "depicts or describes, in terms patently offensive as measured by contemporary community standards, sexual or excretory activities or organs".

It is a federal crime to possess, distribute, or produce non-fictional child pornography and carries large fines and prison sentences of up to 30 years upon conviction and requirement to register as a sex offender.

An anti-pornography movement has existed in the United States since before the Supreme Court decision of Stanley v. Georgia , which held that people could view whatever they wished in the privacy of their own homes, by establishing an implied " right to privacy " in U.

Johnson , with the backing of Congress , to appoint a commission to study pornography. Jesuit priest Father Morton A.

Hill was a leader of the campaign against pornography in the United States in the s, s and s. He was one of the founders of Morality in Media , which was created in to fight pornography.

Morality in Media was launched by an interfaith group of clergy and Hill was president until his death in Morality in Media continues with Patrick A.

Trueman, a registered federal lobbyist, [88] [89] as president. So prominent was Hill on the issue, that in President Lyndon B.

Johnson appointed him to the President's Commission on Obscenity and Pornography. Father Hill and another clergyman on the commission, Dr. Winfrey C.

Link, believed that the commission was stacked with supporters of loosening laws on pornography, and issued the Hill-Link Minority Report rebutting the conclusions of the majority report, which held that pornography should be decriminalized as there were no links between it and criminal behavior.

The majority report was widely criticized and rejected by Congress. It was cited by the Burger Court in its obscenity decisions, including Miller v.

Georgia case later followed by the United States v. Reidel , the Supreme Court ruled that private possession of pornography except child pornography as determined in by a 6 to 3 decision [80] [94] in the home was not a crime, nor was it subject to government regulation.

Technically why people have a constitutional right to watch hardcore pornography privately has never been explained, [95] but in the Paris Adult Theatre I v.

Slaton Chief Justice Burger wrote: "We categorically disapprove the theory, apparently adopted by the trial judge, that obscene, pornographic films acquire constitutional immunity from state regulation simply because they are exhibited for consenting adults only.

This holding was properly rejected by the Georgia Supreme Court. California held 5—4 that the state may outlaw the showing of hardcore pornographic films, even if the "adult theatre" is clearly labeled and warns.

The Supreme Court upheld zoning restrictions that either quarantine or disperse pornography merchants, leaving it to local officials to determine whether local interests are best served by restricting all porn merchants to a single district.

Though the Court has also upheld zoning that prohibits pornographic entertainment within a certain distance of a school, the legitimate primary purpose excludes the preventing of access by minors which can be achieved much more directly by simple restrictions.

American Civil Liberties Union , Justice Clarence Thomas stated that using community standards to identify material that could be harmful to minors does not make the law overly broad and therefore unconstitutional under the First Amendment.

California and Pinkus v. United States. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Further information: Sexuality in the United States.

See also: History of erotic depictions and Nudity in American television. This section needs to be updated. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information.

September Further information: United States pornography censorship and U. Government Commissions on pornography. See also: Legal status of Internet pornography and Public interest.

Main article: Anti-pornography movement in the United States. Retrieved January 20, John, Kristen; Linda Zimmerman June Stanford library. Retrieved August 24, Retrieved August 23, Stephen Herbert; Luke McKernan eds.

Who's Who of Victorian Cinema. British Film Institute. Retrieved October 15, Thomas A. New York, N. Archived from the original on August 22, Retrieved October 21, Time Magazine.

Time inc. Archived from the original on May 24, A house slave, Rosalee, helps her mother, Ernestine, deliver a baby to two of the field slaves, only for the baby's mother to drown it to protect it from the world.

Ernestine tells her she does not know what it is like to want to protect her children from the world. When she tends to Noah, she realizes he is hiding something.

Later, after her brother James and Tom Macon's son cause an accident with the overseer, she takes the blame to protect him.

Noah tells another slave, Henry, that he has plans to run, but they cannot do it alone, and they consider bringing others with them while being observed by Cato, a slave driver with a burnt face working under the overseer.

Lawyer John Hawkes attempts to draw attention to the injustices of slavery, but no one except abolitionist William Still listens, and attempts to recruit him to the cause.

He tells his wife Elizabeth, who believes the cause is just, but someone else should do it, as they are trying to have children. That night, at a party to celebrate the birthday of Tom Macon's daughter, Macon and John Hawkes are revealed to be brothers, and he asks John to manage his campaign for senator.

Elizabeth witnesses the cruelty of slavery firsthand, and notices the southern women do not care. That same night, at the funeral for the baby, Noah speaks to the other slaves he considered bringing: Moses, a preacher who Noah believes can read, Sam, a carpenter and Rosalee and James' half brother, and Zeke, a large muscular slave and the baby's father.

Zeke agrees, Sam refuses, and Moses considers it, taking the song. He is later revealed to be illiterate when he asks his wife Pearly Mae to read it to him.

Rosalee later arrives, and after speaking with Noah, also considers running. Cato, having realized Noah is planning something, threatens to reveal his plan to Tom Macon if Noah does not include him.

Elizabeth and John talk about their belief in freedom, and about how she does not want to bring a child into a world of slavery, and they decide to join the cause.

Meanwhile, August Pullman, a man struggling to pay for his wife's treatment at a mental institution, finds a runaway slave and helps her hide from catchers, only to later turn her in himself.

Noah and the group discuss how to escape the plantation, accounting for various problems. Sam agrees to build something enabling them to get under the bridge, Pearly Mae forges freedom papers and learns that Moses plans to bring her and Boo along, and Noah and Henry plan to steal a gun from a neighboring plantation during a dance that night.

Other men arrive at the plantation to consider funding Tom Macon's campaign. After hearing some of the other house slaves talking about the dance, Rosalee wonders what freedom will be like, and Ernestine subtly urges her not to run, claiming their life is the easiest they can achieve.

Later, one of the guests makes sexual advances toward her, but she is saved by her mother, who later has sex with Tom after making him promise James will not work in the fields.

After Cato nearly gets Noah caught, Noah tells him about the plan to steal the gun. That night, a group of slaves, including Noah, Cato and Rosalee go to the dance, where Noah tells Cato to steal the gun while he has sex with the mistress of the plantation.

This is shown to be a lie when the mistress decides to have sex with Cato, allowing Noah to steal the gun. When Cato tries to retaliate, Noah threatens him with the gun.

Later, Rosalee and Noah dance, and he asks her to join him when he runs. Meanwhile, John and Elizabeth meet William Still to join the cause, only to find a runaway has been brought to him, and slave catchers are looking for him.

They are trapped, but eventually manage to trick the slave catchers into assaulting them, causing the sheriff to arrest them.

A wolf kills August's chickens, and he and Ben track the wolf, eventually killing it. When August finds bare footprints leading away from the wolf's body, he follows them, eventually catching a runaway slave and killing him, which is witnessed by Ben.

On Sunday, Noah and Henry decide the escape will happen next Saturday night after headcount, as there is no work on Sundays.

When Seraphina is sold to another plantation, Zeke attacks the men escorting her away, breaks their wagon, and is sent to the box.

Sam devises a way under the bridge, which Noah tests, nearly being caught by Tom Macon. Realizing their falsified papers mean nothing unless stamped with the Macon seal, Noah has Sam enlist Rosalee to steal the seal from Tom's office.

Despite having doubts about running, she does, but is unable to return it before Tom notices it is missing. Cato has Zeke released from the box, convincing him that Noah was going to abandon him.

Tom forces the slaves to stand in lines and hold railroad beams, telling them they will all be punished if they all fall before the thief steps forward.

Ernestine realizes Rosalee is the thief, and has T. Macon, Tom's son, pretend he stole the seal. Rosalee admits to Sam she is too scared to run, and decides to tell Noah.

While looking for him, she is harassed by the drunk overseer. Noah finds her, and she tells him they have to run, as the overseer is dead, resulting in them sneaking out in the repaired wagon.

Marshal , who reminds them of the governor's ball that night. After meeting other members of the Underground Railroad, who outfit their house with ways to hide runaways, they attend the ball, where Elizabeth distracts the guests while John takes new information on boat patrols and new marshals from the governors office, which he later gives to other members of the cause.

Later, a runaway comes to them seeking help, only to attack John, believing the lawyer sold his wife into slavery. The overseer is tended by Cato and Ernestine, and manages to tell Tom Macon that Rosalee stabbed him.

Believing he will die, Macon promotes Cato to overseer, and he exercises his authority over the others, who distrust him.

Sam tells Ernestine about the escape attempt when pressured. Later, she hears from Mrs. Macon about a train leaving north that day.

Noah and Rosalee stop at another cabin to rest and get fresh clothes, and share a quiet moment. Later, while fleeing through the swamp, Rosalee proves her worth by poisoning the dogs sent after them.

August and Ben arrive at the plantation, and Macon agrees to hire August if the runaways are not brought back by nightfall.

Noah and Rosalee find shelter, and kiss, before Noah decides to go back for the team. Ernestine tells Cato about the train, knowing about his ambition.

Cato later brings the entire escape team to be punished, and reveals he burned his own face to hide marks that he attempted escape, before burning the cotton field to create a distraction for them to run.

However, August realizes the burning is a distraction, and catches the runners at the bridge. Pearly Mae blocks him, allowing the others to escape.

Henry is nearly captured by a slave catcher, who is shot and killed by a returning Noah, who leads the team to Rosalee.

When they regroup, she realizes Pearly Mae and Sam are missing. Sam is shown to not have run, instead helping put out the fire.

Meanwhile, John and Elizabeth are held captive by two slaves who came seeking help, and eventually the man who accused him of selling his wife forces Elizabeth to whip John, at which point he tells them about the wife he helped sell into slavery.

The man realizes he is lying, and tries to kill them, but they are saved by Kyle Risdin. John reveals part of his story was true, and they decide to continue their work as abolitionists.

Noah, Cato and Moses try to get information from Frog Jack, a man who cares about nothing but money, in exchange for their revolver, but are found quickly by August.

In the ensuing fight, Moses is shot in the arm, and the others find out he cannot read. The group splits up to divert the slave catchers from Moses, Boo and Rosalee.

The catchers pursue Cato and Zeke to a river. Zeke suggests fighting them together, but Cato shoots him in the knee and escapes.

The catchers attack him, and shoot him fatally, though he manages to kill them all before August arrives and he collapses dead.

After encouraging Moses and Boo, Rosalee separates from them to find supplies to treat his injury, and runs into August, who tricks her into revealing the train after telling her he saw Zeke.

However, he also reveals to her how to interpret part of the song they are following. The runaways regroup, and Rosalee reveals she gave up the train's location.

They arrive at the train, but August has already arrived as well. Meanwhile, back at the plantation, Tom interrogates the slaves, and treats Pearly Mae well in an attempt to get her to reveal where the escapees are heading.

Sam gets an opportunity to kill Tom, but does not do it. Susanna Macon eventually convinces Pearly Mae to give up the slaves in exchange for freedom for herself and Boo, though not Moses.

Since she and Susanna are half sisters and knowing Tom Macon looks after his family, including Rosalee and James, she agrees.

However, Ernestine, not wanting Rosalee captured, kills her with poison in her drink and then slits her wrists with a table knife to make it look like suicide.

Tom invites a reverend to the Macon Plantation to support his campaign, but seems unable to please him, even after his new son Samuel is born.

He later tries to force himself on Ernestine, but she leaves, admitting her disillusionment with her life and her murder of Pearly Mae to the reverend's slave.

The runaways, starving, attempt to commandeer a gunboat which could contain food, but are caught by August and Ben. Though they escape in the boat, August breaks the rudder.

They find the boat contains no food, and a man, who promises to help them escape via his Indian friend. Tensions rise between Noah and Cato, especially after Cato kicks the man overboard and reveals to Rosalee he knows she is Tom Macon's daughter.

Rosalee later leaves, causing a confrontation between Noah and Cato. August and Ben travel to the town the boat will eventually float to, where August has sex with a prostitute, disgusting Ben.

They are later found by a posse of slave catchers working for Patty Cannon, who try to force him to join them, but are forced to leave after getting a message that August's wife has escaped the mental institution.

As the boat floats down the river, they are found by the slave catchers, but their pursuers are driven off by Native Americans, brought there by Rosalee.

Meanwhile, John and Elizabeth enhance their home to allow runaway slaves to hide, which is observed by Kyle, who later enlists John to help catch a runaway in the area.

The two men find the runaway, who turns out to be Clyde. He knocks out Kyle, allowing John get him safely away and claim he escaped.

Later, after Clyde is captured, John decides to rescue him. August's wife escapes from the mental hospital she is in, forcing August and Ben to track her down.

When they find her, Ben sees how badly his mother is affected. After they bring her back, Ben questions how good a man his father is.

Moses and Boo continue to run, and he tells her the story of his Biblical namesake, but Moses is eventually shot by arrows when crossing a river, and dies after getting across.

Boo escapes and eventually runs into Elizabeth, who shelters her while John is out of town, but she is discovered by Kyle.

As Henry anticipates freedom, Cato rejects him, while he bonds with Noah and Rosalee, seemingly planning to become a family with them when they reach freedom.

He sacrifices himself in an explosion to save Noah when they are attacked by slave catchers. On the plantation, James is forced to work, and manages to adapt.

Sam protects him, and later tries to buy his freedom, and Ernestine tells him the truth about slavery. Macon, Tom and Susanna's son, also sees the harsh realities of slavery, eventually witnessing Sam escaping.

He tries to maintain his friendship with James, promising to release him when he comes to own the plantation. When James refuses, T. Rosalee treats Noah's injuries before they manage to escape with Cato, but he develops a fever.

Rosalee hatches a plan to get medicine from a doctor's house by posing as free blacks, and forces Cato to help her by withholding the location of the next safe house.

She manages to charm the doctor into letting them stay. August catches up with Patty Cannon's gang, and makes a deal to join them.

When Ben questions his motives, he shows his son a bank letter supposedly telling them they have a month left to pay the mortgage on their house, and claims he has no choice, but Ben is unconvinced.

They accompany the gang to town, where August discovers stolen clothes. Later, he discovers the bank letter actually says the bank wants to buy his land since it contains mercury.

Rosalee convinces the doctor's house girl to help them, but the sheriff arrives, revealed to be the doctor's brother.

He nearly catches them, but is drawn away by a report about Noah, who stumbles through a cornfield while hallucinating Henry.

He gains the resolve to continue running, and escapes a slave catcher, reuniting with Cato. However, Rosalee is captured by August.

Meanwhile, at the Macon Plantation, Sam is brought back after attempting escape. Tom decides to cripple him as a warning to future runaways, but is unable to go through with it.

Later, after conversing with other southern men to support his bid for senator, he publicly lynches Sam during a speech announcing his bid.

He later reprimands John for neither supporting him nor stopping him. Tim Hunter. August and the gang plan to use Rosalee to draw out Noah and Cato, and she burns her stolen dress when they try to take it from her.

Noah and Cato commandeer a wagon to rescue Rosalee. Cato finds money in the wagon, and claims to only be helping because Rosalee knows where to go, but Noah disputes this.

Rosalee bonds with Ben, while the leader of the gang subtly hints to him that his father cares more about the job than anything else.

Cato admits to Noah that he has a wife and daughter he was separated from, but claims he does not care about them anymore.

Cato distracts the slave catchers by spreading the money from the wagon in front of them while Noah gets into the hideout. Ben finds the bank letter, and realizing his father lied to him, frees Rosalee.

August finds Ernestine, and realizes he is hallucinating due to Devil's snare having been in the dress Rosalee burned.

She causes him to realize he is obsessed with the hunt. Rosalee hallucinates Tom Macon, and reprimands him for his treatment of her.

She eventually stabs him, but realizes she has actually stabbed Ben. August fights and nearly kills Noah, but stops when he hears Ben screaming, allowing Noah and Rosalee to escape, reuniting with Cato.

They flee, pursued by the gang, but Cato is caught by an Indian trap. They fight back, but are forced to abandon Cato after he is shot with an arrow.

Meanwhile, after managing to rescue Clyde from his old master, John returns home to find Boo, and Elizabeth admits what she and Kyle have done. When she reveals she has captured Kyle and is holding him in the hideaway, John angrily confronts him.

Later, he and Elizabeth argue over what joining the Underground Railroad has done to them, and Boo nearly shoots John.

They are then interrupted by the arrival of Noah and Rosalee, who Boo recognizes. The runaways at the Hawkes' residence are trapped when slave catchers flood the area.

After digging a hole near a house, John tells Rosalee that Sam is dead, and she and Noah have sex. Afterward, they reflect on what they have done to get where they are.

Noah and Elizabeth go to the marshal's office, where they stage a hostage situation and release all the captured runaways there.

Meanwhile, after bringing Ben to a doctor, August kills the remaining gang members when they disagree with him on how to proceed, afterward going to John to get help, as he is Tom Macon's brother.

He tells John that Rosalee is his niece, but leaves after Elizabeth returns and tells him where Noah was. He returns through the secret entrance to the hideaway and tries to kill them, but John enables them to escape by collapsing the hideaway.

August flees, leaving John and Kyle. Meanwhile, Noah is captured by Patty Cannon. She interrogates him, and he claims Kyle is helping them.

At the hideaway, John reveals to Kyle he and Elizabeth have planted evidence framing him, and kills him under the Fugitive Slave Act.

August pursues Elizabeth, Boo and Rosalee, eventually confronting the latter over Ben, only for Elizabeth to arrive. In the standoff, August is shot, and the women leave him to die.

He is later found by Patty Cannon, who has him arrested for killing her gang. At the Macon Plantation, Tom reveals he is haunted by his lynching of Sam, and begs Ernestine to forgive him.

She seemingly does, and admits she killed Pearly Mae. After seeing Tom bond with James, she has him hanged and stages it as a suicide.

Cato is revealed to still be running, and finds a suitcase full of money. Noah is sent to a jail with other slaves. Suzanna Macon admits she knew Ernestine was sleeping with Tom, but didn't care, but hated her because her children loved her more than their own mother, and sells her.

Rosalee makes it to freedom with Boo, but tells Still she plans to go back to help other slaves do the same, having found a purpose.

She returns, and meets Harriet Tubman. Five months after escaping north, a slave in Louisiana teaches himself to read. Rosalee helps other slaves escape, and is assisted by Harriet Tubman, who pays slave catchers to let them go.

Noah is on trial for murder, but John defends him, arguing that since he is legally property, he must be extradited to Georgia. When Rosalee learns this and decides to rescue him, Tubman warns her how difficult it will be.

John cryptically tells Noah Rosalee is coming. He later stops an escape attempt by Pete and Lou, two other slaves he is incarcerated with, and invites them to join his own escape.

He is later shown making a ring, and claiming escape is not about where he goes anymore. Rosalee works undercover at a hospital, and steals medicine for one of the slaves, Valentine.

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Anthony Hemingway. In , a slave named Noah is captured while running through a forest. He is placed in a cabin with other captured runaways, where he finds a dying slave has carved a song containing a map to freedom into the wall.

He copies the song on to a piece of his shirt before being taken back to the Macon Plantation, where he convinces Tom Macon that he was not trying to escape, but merely got lost on his way to another plantation.

A house slave, Rosalee, helps her mother, Ernestine, deliver a baby to two of the field slaves, only for the baby's mother to drown it to protect it from the world.

Ernestine tells her she does not know what it is like to want to protect her children from the world. When she tends to Noah, she realizes he is hiding something.

Later, after her brother James and Tom Macon's son cause an accident with the overseer, she takes the blame to protect him.

Noah tells another slave, Henry, that he has plans to run, but they cannot do it alone, and they consider bringing others with them while being observed by Cato, a slave driver with a burnt face working under the overseer.

Lawyer John Hawkes attempts to draw attention to the injustices of slavery, but no one except abolitionist William Still listens, and attempts to recruit him to the cause.

He tells his wife Elizabeth, who believes the cause is just, but someone else should do it, as they are trying to have children.

That night, at a party to celebrate the birthday of Tom Macon's daughter, Macon and John Hawkes are revealed to be brothers, and he asks John to manage his campaign for senator.

Elizabeth witnesses the cruelty of slavery firsthand, and notices the southern women do not care. That same night, at the funeral for the baby, Noah speaks to the other slaves he considered bringing: Moses, a preacher who Noah believes can read, Sam, a carpenter and Rosalee and James' half brother, and Zeke, a large muscular slave and the baby's father.

Zeke agrees, Sam refuses, and Moses considers it, taking the song. He is later revealed to be illiterate when he asks his wife Pearly Mae to read it to him.

Rosalee later arrives, and after speaking with Noah, also considers running. Cato, having realized Noah is planning something, threatens to reveal his plan to Tom Macon if Noah does not include him.

Elizabeth and John talk about their belief in freedom, and about how she does not want to bring a child into a world of slavery, and they decide to join the cause.

Meanwhile, August Pullman, a man struggling to pay for his wife's treatment at a mental institution, finds a runaway slave and helps her hide from catchers, only to later turn her in himself.

Noah and the group discuss how to escape the plantation, accounting for various problems. Sam agrees to build something enabling them to get under the bridge, Pearly Mae forges freedom papers and learns that Moses plans to bring her and Boo along, and Noah and Henry plan to steal a gun from a neighboring plantation during a dance that night.

Other men arrive at the plantation to consider funding Tom Macon's campaign. After hearing some of the other house slaves talking about the dance, Rosalee wonders what freedom will be like, and Ernestine subtly urges her not to run, claiming their life is the easiest they can achieve.

Later, one of the guests makes sexual advances toward her, but she is saved by her mother, who later has sex with Tom after making him promise James will not work in the fields.

After Cato nearly gets Noah caught, Noah tells him about the plan to steal the gun. That night, a group of slaves, including Noah, Cato and Rosalee go to the dance, where Noah tells Cato to steal the gun while he has sex with the mistress of the plantation.

This is shown to be a lie when the mistress decides to have sex with Cato, allowing Noah to steal the gun.

When Cato tries to retaliate, Noah threatens him with the gun. Later, Rosalee and Noah dance, and he asks her to join him when he runs.

Meanwhile, John and Elizabeth meet William Still to join the cause, only to find a runaway has been brought to him, and slave catchers are looking for him.

They are trapped, but eventually manage to trick the slave catchers into assaulting them, causing the sheriff to arrest them.

A wolf kills August's chickens, and he and Ben track the wolf, eventually killing it. When August finds bare footprints leading away from the wolf's body, he follows them, eventually catching a runaway slave and killing him, which is witnessed by Ben.

On Sunday, Noah and Henry decide the escape will happen next Saturday night after headcount, as there is no work on Sundays.

When Seraphina is sold to another plantation, Zeke attacks the men escorting her away, breaks their wagon, and is sent to the box.

Sam devises a way under the bridge, which Noah tests, nearly being caught by Tom Macon. Realizing their falsified papers mean nothing unless stamped with the Macon seal, Noah has Sam enlist Rosalee to steal the seal from Tom's office.

Despite having doubts about running, she does, but is unable to return it before Tom notices it is missing. Cato has Zeke released from the box, convincing him that Noah was going to abandon him.

Tom forces the slaves to stand in lines and hold railroad beams, telling them they will all be punished if they all fall before the thief steps forward.

Ernestine realizes Rosalee is the thief, and has T. Macon, Tom's son, pretend he stole the seal. Rosalee admits to Sam she is too scared to run, and decides to tell Noah.

While looking for him, she is harassed by the drunk overseer. Noah finds her, and she tells him they have to run, as the overseer is dead, resulting in them sneaking out in the repaired wagon.

Marshal , who reminds them of the governor's ball that night. After meeting other members of the Underground Railroad, who outfit their house with ways to hide runaways, they attend the ball, where Elizabeth distracts the guests while John takes new information on boat patrols and new marshals from the governors office, which he later gives to other members of the cause.

Later, a runaway comes to them seeking help, only to attack John, believing the lawyer sold his wife into slavery. The overseer is tended by Cato and Ernestine, and manages to tell Tom Macon that Rosalee stabbed him.

Believing he will die, Macon promotes Cato to overseer, and he exercises his authority over the others, who distrust him. Sam tells Ernestine about the escape attempt when pressured.

Later, she hears from Mrs. Macon about a train leaving north that day. Noah and Rosalee stop at another cabin to rest and get fresh clothes, and share a quiet moment.

Later, while fleeing through the swamp, Rosalee proves her worth by poisoning the dogs sent after them. August and Ben arrive at the plantation, and Macon agrees to hire August if the runaways are not brought back by nightfall.

Noah and Rosalee find shelter, and kiss, before Noah decides to go back for the team. Ernestine tells Cato about the train, knowing about his ambition.

Cato later brings the entire escape team to be punished, and reveals he burned his own face to hide marks that he attempted escape, before burning the cotton field to create a distraction for them to run.

However, August realizes the burning is a distraction, and catches the runners at the bridge. Pearly Mae blocks him, allowing the others to escape.

Henry is nearly captured by a slave catcher, who is shot and killed by a returning Noah, who leads the team to Rosalee. When they regroup, she realizes Pearly Mae and Sam are missing.

Sam is shown to not have run, instead helping put out the fire. Meanwhile, John and Elizabeth are held captive by two slaves who came seeking help, and eventually the man who accused him of selling his wife forces Elizabeth to whip John, at which point he tells them about the wife he helped sell into slavery.

The man realizes he is lying, and tries to kill them, but they are saved by Kyle Risdin. John reveals part of his story was true, and they decide to continue their work as abolitionists.

Noah, Cato and Moses try to get information from Frog Jack, a man who cares about nothing but money, in exchange for their revolver, but are found quickly by August.

In the ensuing fight, Moses is shot in the arm, and the others find out he cannot read. The group splits up to divert the slave catchers from Moses, Boo and Rosalee.

The catchers pursue Cato and Zeke to a river. Zeke suggests fighting them together, but Cato shoots him in the knee and escapes. The catchers attack him, and shoot him fatally, though he manages to kill them all before August arrives and he collapses dead.

After encouraging Moses and Boo, Rosalee separates from them to find supplies to treat his injury, and runs into August, who tricks her into revealing the train after telling her he saw Zeke.

However, he also reveals to her how to interpret part of the song they are following. The runaways regroup, and Rosalee reveals she gave up the train's location.

They arrive at the train, but August has already arrived as well. Meanwhile, back at the plantation, Tom interrogates the slaves, and treats Pearly Mae well in an attempt to get her to reveal where the escapees are heading.

Sam gets an opportunity to kill Tom, but does not do it. Susanna Macon eventually convinces Pearly Mae to give up the slaves in exchange for freedom for herself and Boo, though not Moses.

Since she and Susanna are half sisters and knowing Tom Macon looks after his family, including Rosalee and James, she agrees.

However, Ernestine, not wanting Rosalee captured, kills her with poison in her drink and then slits her wrists with a table knife to make it look like suicide.

Tom invites a reverend to the Macon Plantation to support his campaign, but seems unable to please him, even after his new son Samuel is born.

He later tries to force himself on Ernestine, but she leaves, admitting her disillusionment with her life and her murder of Pearly Mae to the reverend's slave.

The runaways, starving, attempt to commandeer a gunboat which could contain food, but are caught by August and Ben. Though they escape in the boat, August breaks the rudder.

They find the boat contains no food, and a man, who promises to help them escape via his Indian friend. Tensions rise between Noah and Cato, especially after Cato kicks the man overboard and reveals to Rosalee he knows she is Tom Macon's daughter.

Rosalee later leaves, causing a confrontation between Noah and Cato. August and Ben travel to the town the boat will eventually float to, where August has sex with a prostitute, disgusting Ben.

They are later found by a posse of slave catchers working for Patty Cannon, who try to force him to join them, but are forced to leave after getting a message that August's wife has escaped the mental institution.

As the boat floats down the river, they are found by the slave catchers, but their pursuers are driven off by Native Americans, brought there by Rosalee.

Meanwhile, John and Elizabeth enhance their home to allow runaway slaves to hide, which is observed by Kyle, who later enlists John to help catch a runaway in the area.

The two men find the runaway, who turns out to be Clyde. He knocks out Kyle, allowing John get him safely away and claim he escaped.

Later, after Clyde is captured, John decides to rescue him. August's wife escapes from the mental hospital she is in, forcing August and Ben to track her down.

When they find her, Ben sees how badly his mother is affected. After they bring her back, Ben questions how good a man his father is. Moses and Boo continue to run, and he tells her the story of his Biblical namesake, but Moses is eventually shot by arrows when crossing a river, and dies after getting across.

Boo escapes and eventually runs into Elizabeth, who shelters her while John is out of town, but she is discovered by Kyle. As Henry anticipates freedom, Cato rejects him, while he bonds with Noah and Rosalee, seemingly planning to become a family with them when they reach freedom.

He sacrifices himself in an explosion to save Noah when they are attacked by slave catchers. On the plantation, James is forced to work, and manages to adapt.

Sam protects him, and later tries to buy his freedom, and Ernestine tells him the truth about slavery. Macon, Tom and Susanna's son, also sees the harsh realities of slavery, eventually witnessing Sam escaping.

He tries to maintain his friendship with James, promising to release him when he comes to own the plantation. When James refuses, T.

Rosalee treats Noah's injuries before they manage to escape with Cato, but he develops a fever. Rosalee hatches a plan to get medicine from a doctor's house by posing as free blacks, and forces Cato to help her by withholding the location of the next safe house.

She manages to charm the doctor into letting them stay. August catches up with Patty Cannon's gang, and makes a deal to join them.

When Ben questions his motives, he shows his son a bank letter supposedly telling them they have a month left to pay the mortgage on their house, and claims he has no choice, but Ben is unconvinced.

They accompany the gang to town, where August discovers stolen clothes. Later, he discovers the bank letter actually says the bank wants to buy his land since it contains mercury.

Rosalee convinces the doctor's house girl to help them, but the sheriff arrives, revealed to be the doctor's brother. He nearly catches them, but is drawn away by a report about Noah, who stumbles through a cornfield while hallucinating Henry.

He gains the resolve to continue running, and escapes a slave catcher, reuniting with Cato. However, Rosalee is captured by August. Meanwhile, at the Macon Plantation, Sam is brought back after attempting escape.

Tom decides to cripple him as a warning to future runaways, but is unable to go through with it. Later, after conversing with other southern men to support his bid for senator, he publicly lynches Sam during a speech announcing his bid.

He later reprimands John for neither supporting him nor stopping him. Tim Hunter. August and the gang plan to use Rosalee to draw out Noah and Cato, and she burns her stolen dress when they try to take it from her.

Noah and Cato commandeer a wagon to rescue Rosalee. Cato finds money in the wagon, and claims to only be helping because Rosalee knows where to go, but Noah disputes this.

Rosalee bonds with Ben, while the leader of the gang subtly hints to him that his father cares more about the job than anything else.

Cato admits to Noah that he has a wife and daughter he was separated from, but claims he does not care about them anymore. Cato distracts the slave catchers by spreading the money from the wagon in front of them while Noah gets into the hideout.

Ben finds the bank letter, and realizing his father lied to him, frees Rosalee. August finds Ernestine, and realizes he is hallucinating due to Devil's snare having been in the dress Rosalee burned.

She causes him to realize he is obsessed with the hunt. Rosalee hallucinates Tom Macon, and reprimands him for his treatment of her.

She eventually stabs him, but realizes she has actually stabbed Ben. August fights and nearly kills Noah, but stops when he hears Ben screaming, allowing Noah and Rosalee to escape, reuniting with Cato.

They flee, pursued by the gang, but Cato is caught by an Indian trap. They fight back, but are forced to abandon Cato after he is shot with an arrow.

Meanwhile, after managing to rescue Clyde from his old master, John returns home to find Boo, and Elizabeth admits what she and Kyle have done.

When she reveals she has captured Kyle and is holding him in the hideaway, John angrily confronts him. Later, he and Elizabeth argue over what joining the Underground Railroad has done to them, and Boo nearly shoots John.

They are then interrupted by the arrival of Noah and Rosalee, who Boo recognizes. The runaways at the Hawkes' residence are trapped when slave catchers flood the area.

After digging a hole near a house, John tells Rosalee that Sam is dead, and she and Noah have sex. Afterward, they reflect on what they have done to get where they are.

Noah and Elizabeth go to the marshal's office, where they stage a hostage situation and release all the captured runaways there.

Meanwhile, after bringing Ben to a doctor, August kills the remaining gang members when they disagree with him on how to proceed, afterward going to John to get help, as he is Tom Macon's brother.

He tells John that Rosalee is his niece, but leaves after Elizabeth returns and tells him where Noah was. He returns through the secret entrance to the hideaway and tries to kill them, but John enables them to escape by collapsing the hideaway.

August flees, leaving John and Kyle. Meanwhile, Noah is captured by Patty Cannon.