Once Upon A Time When We Were Colored

Theatrical Release: June 12, 1996
DVD Release: June 12, 1996
Once Upon A Time When We Were Colored
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Synopsis

This acclaimed portrait of the segregated South, circa 1946, emerges as a celebration of the warmth and spirit of the close-knit African American community that thrived despite horrible conditions.

Dove Review

A distinguished effort form first-time film director Tim Reid about black life in Southern America between the ‘40s and ‘60s. Advances the importance of family and biblical teachings

Content Description

No abusive language other than a Ku Klux Klan member using the N-word; a knife fight, but no one is injured; a brief scene featuring dancing girls in a tent show.

Info

Company: Republic Pictures Home Video
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 113 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Starring: Al Freeman, Jr., Phylicia Rashad, Leon, Richard Roundtree
Reviewer: Phil Boatwright