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Putney Swope (1969)
Directed by Robert Downey.
An outrageous comical satire which charts the rise and fall of a Madison Avenue advertising agency previously controlled by Whites which is handed over to Blacks who are dedicated to the downfall of the White Establishment. The picture is mostly a parade of vignettes, dealing with people and campaigns of the advertising world. 85 min.
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