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This Rare Black Film Gallery is from the private collection of and presented by
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The Museum's purpose is to preserve... collect... and promote the legacy of historical Black Cinema.

Take a trip back in time and view vintage and rare African American movies, old films, and movie posters at the Museum of African American Cinema in Harlem, New York, NY. You'll learn everything you ever wanted to know about African American films from beginning to present. And NO DOUBT, you'll be surprised and enlightened!

Please visit our tribute to African American Cinema in New York City, USA, -- showcased in the heartbeat of Harlem on 125th Street -- to celebrate the rich legacy, to screen rare and vintage Black films from back in the day, or tour our special nostalgic exhibits of rare Black movie memorabilia you didn't know existed. Get acquainted Now and ENTER OUR SITE

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Faces of Early Black
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This online video gallery is generously funded in part by The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA)

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