Part 2, Sounder
Part 2, Sounder is a 1976 American drama film directed by William A. Graham. It is the sequel to the 1972 Oscar-nominated film Sounder, which in turn is based on William H. Armstrong's Newbery Award-winning novel of the same name. Although Lonne Elder III and Robert B. Radnitz returned as screenwriter and producer respectively, neither Martin Ritt nor any of the cast members from the first film participated in the sequel, with the exception of Taj Mahal, who reprised his role as Ike and returned as composer. According to Bob McCann, the film was "barely released."