The Family That Sings Together

This week’s episode of Someone Else’s Movie arrives to a bold new world — a world where people have heard of the show beyond this blog and my Twitter account. Our dozen(s) of new subscribers will be expecting something great, and I’m happy to provide it.

This week, filmmaker and author Nelson George discussing Sam O’Steen’s Sparkle, a blaxploitation riff on the rise of Diana Ross and the Supremes that became a touchstone for at least one kid growing up in New York in the ’70s.

You can find it in all the usual places:  iTunes, Stitcher, direct from the SEMcast site. Just listen! It’s good for you!

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