Tag Archives: “Deep Cover”

FUNKY TV – FISHBURNE COMES FULL CIRCLE @ 41

FUNKY TV – FISHBURNE COMES FULL CIRCLE @ 41

Not too long ago, Laurence Fishburne played “Dr. Raymond Langston” in CBS’ CSI series, but first he was Dr. Joshua “Josh” Hall (#1) on “One Life to Live” on ABC TV from ’73 to ’76; he did a television movie, then began a career in film.  He took on a role with Pee Wee’s Playhouse as “Cowboy Curtis” from 86 to 90; and most recently was “Jack Crawford” in the small screen version of “Hannibal,” that was based on the character made famous in the Oscar award winning film, “The Silence of the Lambs.”

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BILL DUKE — The Man Behind “DARK GIRLS” on OWN

BILL DUKE — The Man Behind “DARK GIRLS” on OWN

BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL!  That used to be a popular phrase.  One that still holds true for me, it doesn’t for a multitude of people… from the land where the black man — the first man — began.  Bill Duke and D. Channsin Berry are the directors of “Dark Girls.”  Airing on OWN, it premiered last night, I don’t see any future air dates — but you can get all the details and see portions of the film on it’s official site: http://officialdarkgirlsmovie.com

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