America Beyond the Color Line

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The documentary America Beyond the Color Line debuts on DVD thanks to PBS Home Video with a standard full-frame transfer that preserves the original broadcast aspect ratio. Supplemental materials include additional interviews with Henry Louis Gates Jr. who is the host of the movie.
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Overview

The documentary America Beyond the Color Line debuts on DVD thanks to PBS Home Video with a standard full-frame transfer that preserves the original broadcast aspect ratio. Supplemental materials include additional interviews with Henry Louis Gates Jr. who is the host of the movie.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Interview with Henry Louis Gates Jr.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/8/2005
  • UPC: 841887050005
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  • Source: Pbs Paramount
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Language: English
  • Time: 3:45:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 77,272

Scene Index

Side #1 --
2. Introduction [2:32]
3. Return to the South [3:37]
4. Memphis [6:26]
5. Memphis Police Department [4:38]
6. Fort Benning, Georgia [8:48]
7. Birmingham, Alabama [8:00]
8. Church of the Reconciler [4:21]
9. Atlanta - Mecca of the Black Middle Class [11:58]
10. A New Kind of Segregation [4:39]
11. Credits [:56]
12. Introduction [1:36]
13. South State Street [8:36]
14. Ida B. Wells Homes [6:09]
15. What Happened to "Little Harlem"? [6:19]
16. The Twirling Elainers [5:10]
17. Cook County Jail [4:44]
18. "I Thought I'd Never Get Caught" [7:38]
19. Westside Association for Community Action [6:19]
20. Hope [3:55]
21. Du Sable High School [5:01]
22. Credits [:56]
2. Introduction [2:06]
3. The Progress of Our People [5:51]
4. Black Street Culture [7:02]
5. Education Is Essential [10:35]
6. Vernon Jordan [6:02]
7. Milton Irvine [9:09]
8. Franklyn Raines [4:54]
9. Doctor Leonora Fulani [9:19]
10. Credits [:56]
11. Introduction [1:34]
12. Chris Tucker [8:59]
13. Samuel L. Jackson [4:10]
14. Arnon Milchan [8:57]
15. Alicia Keys [2:59]
16. The Color Line [5:00]
17. The Mythical A-List [7:07]
18. Real Power in Hollywood [3:24]
19. Hollywood's Racial Politics [4:43]
20. Rhythms of Crenshaw [4:05]
21. Working for a Big Break [4:12]
22. Credits [:57]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Part I: The Black Belt
   Part II: Streets of Heaven
   Part III: Ebony Towers
   Part IV: Black Hollywood
   Scene Selections
      Part I - The Black Belt
      Part II - Streets of Heaven
      Part III - Ebony Towers
      Part IV - Black Hollywood
   Special Feature
   PBS Online
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Race Revealed

    This series really opened my eyes that racism is still alive and well in America. Every American must chose where they stand. This movie reveals that we have a long ways to go.

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