|Writers||Marlon Riggs (as Marlon T. Riggs)
|Cast||Steven Bochco Henry Louis Gates Hal Kanter Norman Lear Sheldon Leonard Alvin F. Poussaint Tim Reid David L. Wolper Diahann Carroll Ruby Dee Denise Nicholas Daphne Reid Esther Rolle|
|Awards||1992 San Francisco International Film Festival|
|Plot||Analyzes the evolution of television's earlier, unflattering portrayal of blacks from 1948 until 1988, when they are depicted as prosperous and as having achieved the American dream, a portrayal that is inconsistent with reality. Black actors Esther Rolle, Diahann Carroll, Denise Nicholas, and Tim Reid and Hollywood producers Norman Lear, Steve Bochco, and David Wolper reveal the behind-the-scenes story of how prime time was "integrated." Revisiting the programs "Beulah," "The Nat King Cole Show," "Julia," "I Spy," "Good Times," and "Roots," viewers see how bitter racial conflict was absorbed into non-controversial series.... see Color Adjustment on IMDb|
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