The love struggles of slavery's real-life Djangos

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There's a lot about Quentin Tarantino's Oscar-nominated film Django Unchained that seems, true to the director's well-known dramatic tendencies, somewhat larger than life: The huge personas of do-gooder bounty hunter King Schultz and sadistic slave owner Calvin Candie, for example, or the caricaturist's rendering of the conniving head house slave, ... (more)

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It's big hard and black in need of getting wet !
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I have every Amos & Andy show on CD from a garage sale years ago. Now we have YouTube. That plus trips to Detroit are all the black entertainment I can handle.

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