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The movies sold here are not new -- they are old and most in black and white, and for that reason they can be purchased inexpensively.
For the most part they are what were once called "Race Movies" or movies that were billed as having an "All Colored Cast" or "All Negro Cast." They were produced to be shown in segregated theaters to Black audiences, mostly before World War Two.
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Director: Jean Yarbrough Starring: Mantan Moreland, Gale Storm, Frankie Darro, Keye Luke African American Cast: Comedy. A lesser vehicle for the irrepressible interracial comedy team of Mantan Moreland and Frankie Darro, still, this is an enjoyable film in which Moreland and Darro, with Key Luke as their Chinese fraternity brother, try to bring victory to their school's rowing team.
A few are double-listed in other categories -- for instance, they may feature an African American cast in an Occult thriller, or they may be a racially integrated cast comedy but include a great performance by a Black lead actor.Mother-in law Paulette (Laura Hayes) and sister-in-law Darnelle (Keisha Knight Pulliam, who played Rudy on THE COSBY SHOW) live with them.The bills are paid by Gina's job at Jorge's (Kevin Bacon) high-end salon, but his obnoxious personality ultimately proves insufferable.Director: Luis Jordan, Bud Pollard/ Bud Pollard Starring: Louis Jordan, Suzette Harbin / Francine Everett, Stepin Fetchit African American Cast: Comedy: Western: Musical / Comedy: Musical. Overworked bandleader Louis Jordan has a mental breakdown and dreams he's on a dude ranch helping a pretty gal save her property.Next, singer Everett tries to get into society, but all her chambermaid mother's schemes to help her go awry.
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