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Spike Lee "School Daze" 1988 Press Kit Signed Autograph 2 Photos

Lee, Spike  School Daze 1988 Press Kit Signed Autograph 2 Photos
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Lee, Spike "School Daze" 1988 Press Kit Signed Autograph 2 Photos
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Lee, Spike  School Daze 1988 Press Kit Signed Autograph 2 PhotosLee, Spike  School Daze 1988 Press Kit Signed Autograph 2 PhotosLee, Spike  School Daze 1988 Press Kit Signed Autograph 2 PhotosLee, Spike  School Daze 1988 Press Kit Signed Autograph 2 PhotosLee, Spike  School Daze 1988 Press Kit Signed Autograph 2 PhotosLee, Spike  School Daze 1988 Press Kit Signed Autograph 2 Photos
This item is an original press kit featuring the 1988 Spike Lee Movie-"School Daze".This press kit was a promotional item and was available for retail sale.The press kit was given out to theatre owners and members of the Press.The press kit features an original 9" X 12" folder with the Spike Lee and movie logo on the front cover.The press kit contains 2-8" X 10",black and white photos of original scenes from the movie.Fraternity and sorority members clash with the other students at a historically black university in this politically charged musical, which marked the sophomore feature from director Spike Lee. Dap (Laurence Fishburne) is a politically conscious brother who leads anti-apartheid demonstrations and eschews the social climbing of the Greek system. But Half-Pint (Lee), his craven young cousin, is willing to endure any humiliation to join the manly Gamma fraternity. As Half-Pint tries unsuccessfully to impress the Gammas with his inept womanizing, Dap engages in philosophical debates with Rachel (Kyme), his girlfriend. Meanwhile, the light-skinned, straight-haired sisters of the Gamma Ray sorority battle it out in a beauty parlor with their darker-skinned, Afro-headed fellow co-eds. Eventually, Half-Pint gets the chance to join the frat, but only after a degrading episode with Jane (Tisha Campbell), the soon-to-be ex-girlfriend of his house president, causes Dap to lose all respect for him. Based in part on the director's experiences at Atlanta's Morehouse College, School Daze was also written and produced by Lee. Despite production numbers that included "Straight and Nappy", a dis-fest between the "wannabes" and "jigaboos" on campus, the biggest hit on the film's soundtrack was the go-go anthem "Da Butt", E.U.'s ode to shaking one's backside. Supporting players Kadeem Hardison and Jasmine Guy also co-starred on the TV comedy A Different World, another look at life on a primarily African-American campus.The press kit has been autographed inside the folder by Spike Lee.........CONDITION OF PRESS KIT,AUTOGRAPH AND PHOTOS IS VERY GOOD...........................