The Hypocrites

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Pioneers of African American Cinema Short Films 1915-1921
A collection of short films from early African American Cinema
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Body and Soul
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The Flying Ace
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The Scar of Shame
A young man's reluctance to introduce his working-class bride to his bourgeois family leads to tragedy.
Eleven P.M.
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Ten Minutes to Live
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A black man who passes for white and became a successful lawyer returns to his hometown for a family reunion.
A black Harvard graduate confronts racism.