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Lost Boundaries

One of the first “I Passed for White” melodramas, a genre popular in the 50s when race problems could only be embodied by white actors claiming “Negro blood.” Alfred Werker, an earnest hack (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes), directed this 1949 effort, produced by March of Time man Louis de Rochemont. With Mel Ferrer, Beatrice Pearson, and Richard Hylton.

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