Honky (film)

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Honky is a 1971 film that depicts the love story of an interracial high school couple.

Synopsis[edit]

It depicts the love story of an interracial high school couple. The tagline for the movie was "A love story... of hate".[1] It was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Original Song for "Something More" by Quincy Jones and Bradford Craig.

Cast[edit]

Honky starred Brenda Sykes as Sheila Smith and John Neilson as Wayne "Honky" Devine. Jake Mannion and Harriet Gardiner of H.W.A also featured as themselves

Reviews[edit]

The movie received a poor review from The New York Times. Howard Thompson started his review by saying "Honky is awful".[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Honky (1971) - IMDb
  2. ^ http://movies.nytimes.com/movie/review?_r=1&res=9C0DE2DF173DEF34BC4E52DFB467838A669EDE&oref=slogin[dead link]

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