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Blaxploitation

Blaxploitation - murder-On the way to the station they pass...

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AMH 11/27 Blaxploitation: From Malcolm X to Superfly Malcom X “The Hate that Hate Produced” (1959) -documentary 1999 on CBS -Rodnell Collins – his nephew -said movie was to put fear into Americans -focused on Black animosity -Ella Little – his mother -presented fear (documentary) Black Militant -would remake IRA (Irish Republican Army) movies (1930’s) set in the 1960’s with black people -Uptight (1968) -plot and characters same, actors were black -Lost Man (1969) -have to rob bank to fund ?? -Sidney Poitier – actor who usually played a saint -Sweet Sweetback’s Baadassss Song (1971) -Melvin Van Peebles – director, main actor -taken to station because of the publics need for a suspect (there’s been a
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Unformatted text preview: murder)-On the way to the station, they pass cops beating up Moomoo, his cops pull over and help beat up Moomoo-Sweetback picks the lock & beats all the cops and then goes into the inner city -“a baad asss nigger is coming back to collect some dues…”-Huey Newton-Black Panther Party-supports movie-Lerone Bennet-“nothing more than fantasy” referring to movie-Haki Madhubuti-Shaft (1971)-Richard Roundtree-Superfly (1972)-Blacula (1973)-blackenstein (1972)-foxy brown-three the hard way (1974)-Jim Brown-Iceberg Slim-CORE SCLC NAACP CAB = coalition against Blaxploitation...
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