Together for Days
|Together for Days|
|Directed by||Michael Schultz|
|Produced by||Robert S. Buchanan|
|Written by||William B. Branch|
|Story by||Lindsay Smith|
|Music by||Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson|
|Cinematography||Donald H. Hudgins|
|Edited by||Marshall M. Borden|
|Distributed by||Olas Corporation|
Together for Days is a 1972 independent blaxploitation film directed by Michael Schultz, and stars Clifton Davis, Lois Chiles, Northern Calloway and Samuel L. Jackson (in his film debut). It was shot entirely in Atlanta, Georgia.
The film is about a romance between an African-American man and a Caucasian woman and the reaction of their friends and family to the mixed-race relationship.
On May 6, 2010, Jackson appeared on The Tonight Show and joked that he was glad that host Jay Leno was unable to find a copy of the film. He also said it had been re-released sometime later under the title Black Cream.
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