The Scar of Shame

The Scar of Shame is a silent film, which was filmed in 1926 and released in 1929.

It was produced by the Colored Players Film Corporation of Philadelphia, in one of the earliest examples of "race movies", in which an entirely black cast performed a feature film specifically for a black audience. The film was produced and written by David Starkman and was directed by Frank Peregini, both white.

Read more about The Scar Of Shame:  Introduction, Plot, Social Insight and Significance, Library of Congress

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