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United States | 1969 | Robert Downey
An African-American “Black Power” advocate takes over a Madison Avenue ad agency—with outrageous results—in this irreverent and very funny counterculture classic by Robert Downey, Sr. (Jr.’s father), “one of our great American directors,” according to Paul Thomas Anderson. With Antonio Fargas. Cleveland revival premiere. DCP. 85 min.
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