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Slow Fade to Black: The Negro in American Film 1900-1942

Paperback, £14.00
Slow Fade to Black is a history of US African-American accomplishment in film from the earliest movies through World War II. It explores the growth of discrimination as filmmakers became more and more intrigued with myths of the Old South.

Making Movies Black: Hollywood Message Movie from World War II to the Civil Rights Era

Paperback, 01/05/1993, £14.99
Surveys the involvement of Blacks in the American cinema from World War II to the 1950s, discussing the attention to black life in films such as "Cabin in the Sky", "Pinky" and "Intruder in the Dust". It also depicts the rise of black film stars such as Sidney Poitier.