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Passion and Memory (1986) | Rare Black Film Documentary

Published on 22 Dec 2020 / In TV & Documentary

Passion and Memory is a 1 hour television documentary based on Donald Bogles seminal book on Black film, Toms, Coons, Mulattoes, Mammies, and Bucks: An Interpretive History of Blacks in American Films. Written and directed by Roy Campanella, Jr. on a budget of 150,000 and narrated by Robert Guillame, it premiered on May 13, 1986 on KCET-TV (PBS) and has never been released commercially on home video. Enjoy this rare treat from the OutoftheWoods Archive. (from VHS/original broadcast)

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