The Green Pastures | Chicago Reader

The Green Pastures

A Sunday-school teacher describes a heaven populated by black stereotypes. Marc Connelly's play had been a smash on Broadway; when Warner Brothers filmed it in 1936, it became one of the decade's very few big-budget black features. Connelly directed, with an assist from Warner serf William Keighley; the performers include Rex Ingram, Eddie Anderson, Oscar Polk, and Frank Wilson.


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