2 April, 2022

A Disturbing TV Episode

Posted by Socrates in black culture, Black mentality, Socrates at 11:44 am | Permanent Link

“The Alfred Hitchcock Hour”: Where the Woodbine Twineth (TV Episode, 1965).

About a White girl’s Black doll. Spooky. (Note: Black “mammy dolls” were common in the old days [1930s and 1940s] and lots of White girls had them; the dolls were almost like “mini-servants” and were modeled after Black cartoon characters; today, mammy dolls are considered “racist”).

(Going to wide-screen mode cancels the small pop-up screen)

[Video; 48 minutes].


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