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  1. Execproducer

    ERNIE LADD MEMORIAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH

    Sign up for Pam Grier.... ....end up with the Wayans Brothers...
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    ERNIE LADD MEMORIAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH

    Because I have never actually heard of Holy Man, I went to Eddie's IMDB page and saw that HOLY SHIT!!! HE IS STARRING IN A RUDY RAY MOORE BIOPIC!!!! How am I just now discovering this??!!
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    Scenes You Didn't Understand as a Kid

    Hey, I spent my early childhood in the lesser populated areas of Florida. Options at the drive-in were limited, so family outings consisted of such gems as Candy Stripe Nurses, Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, Trip with the Teacher, and the Cinema of Burt Reynolds. Just a small sampling because we went every weekend. I think I turned out fairly well-adjusted.
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    ERNIE LADD MEMORIAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH

    And it is only 5 bucks a month. And if you don't have Prime, you can just stream it from their site or Roku or what have you.
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    ERNIE LADD MEMORIAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH

    I was thinking more along the lines of The Toy. just kidding.
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    ERNIE LADD MEMORIAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH

    The way I see it, there are several directions one could go. Performer(s), filmmaker, subject matter or some combination of all three. Judging from comments, Blaxploitation is covered. I'd be dumbfounded if some of the better known filmmakers don't show up, so I'm leaning towards picking an actor or actress from the past that might be largely forgotten today. Or Richard Pryor. Can't go wrong with Richard Pryor.
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    ERNIE LADD MEMORIAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH

    Fun is the less perilous route.
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    ERNIE LADD MEMORIAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH

    See, I wouldn't pick Song of the South but someone could possibly justify doing so to talk about the life and career of James Baskett or to bring up how viewpoints evolve. I saw it at a movie theater as a young child in the early 70's and I definitely had no clue there was anything wrong with it.
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    ERNIE LADD MEMORIAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH

    Should we include all classic Hollywood films set in the Antebellum Era? Not that they are needed for this topic, but I'm genuinely curious what people think the limits should be. We can review fun films like in the Halloween Havoc threads or we can generate conversations. Or we can do both! This is why I think the pick explanations that most of us do for these things are going to be important.
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    JANUARY 2019 WRESTLING DISCUSSION

    yup. Marvin, Wendy, etc. Though while I'm thinking about it, a Shaw Bros/Golden Harvest collection would be even better.
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    JANUARY 2019 WRESTLING DISCUSSION

    Two questions. Can you do a complete set of Super Friends? And how much will it cost, so I know how many liquor stores I have to knock over?
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    ERNIE LADD MEMORIAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH

    Thanks to Video Search of Miami, I discovered the astounding Barry Prima a long time ago.
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    ERNIE LADD MEMORIAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH

    And maybe next year we can run one for Chinese New Year and bring on the Kung Fu.
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    ERNIE LADD MEMORIAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH

    Send me all the Indonesian cinema you've got.
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