Based on author's dissertation (doctoral) -- University of Wisconsin at Madison.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction -- March on Hollywood: gone are the days and the integration picture -- Ghetto travelogue: the cool world, Harlem, and the new American cinema -- Concessions of Nat Turner: the instant demise of the Black prestige picture -- Battle of Cleveland: uptight and the urban Black revolution film -- Black Hollywood meets new Hollywood: the landlord and the racial impasse film of 1970 -- Conclusion: 1960s African American cinema and the birth of blaxploitation.
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