Despite What Politicians Tell You, Credit Cards Are the Embodiment of ‘Main Street’

Hollywood Shuffle made it into movie theaters in 1987. It was a film that attacked racial stereotypes (and the casting that resulted from those perceptions) in cheerful fashion. Try to watch it now without laughing uncontrollably. What’s remarkable about this film is how unlikely its release was. Creator Robert Townsend ran into very challenging financing …

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