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Black Like Me 1964

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Directed By:
No image existsCarl Lerner
Written By:
No image existsCarl Lerner
No image existsGerda Lerner
No image existsJames Whitmore
No image existsRoscoe Lee Browne
No image existsWill Geer
Clifton JamesClifton James
No image existsDan Priest
No image existsJohn Marriott
No image existsWalter Mason

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Black Like Me Movie Review by BillyBob (3/9/2014)

For starters - I certainly don't condone vicious, hateful racism, but, with that said, I flatly refuse to accept that the guy in this movie was either black like me, or black like you, or black like anybody else, for that matter.

In fact, I honestly don't think that he (with the white of his neck clearly showing under the...

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Black Like Me Movie Review by Derringer (6/21/2010)

Released in 1964 - BLACK LIKE ME is an intense Drama based on the true-life experiences of a white journalist named JOHN GRIFFIN who, in 1959, passed himself off as a black man in order to fulfill a project obligation financed by Sepia Magazine.

GRIFFIN, from Mansfield, Texas, took large, oral doses of Oxsoralen as a...

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