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Harold of Orange

$24.95 (includes public performance rights)
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This comedy explores the interaction of two cultural groups indigenous to Minnesota-- American Indians and philanthropic foundations. Poet Gerald Vizenor's screenplay draws on trickster myths common to many Indian tribes to create a contemporary satire which dispels many Hollywood stereotypes. The story involves trickster Harold and his scheme to obtain corporate funding for a chain of coffeehouses featuring reservation-grown "pinch bean" coffee.

Program Length: 27 minutes
Production Staff: Director: Richard Weise; Producer: Dianne Brennan; Writer: Gerald Vizenor (Chippewa)
Stars: Charlie Hill (Oneida)
Production Company: Film in the Cities
Public Broadcast Release: 1984

Available for rent or purchase through: Amazon Prime Video

Tags: Stereotypes, Minnesota, philanthropy, comedy

Product ID: ORNG-84-H

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