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Carbon Copy is a 1981 British-American comedy film directed by Michael Schultz The film stars George Segal, Susan Saint James, Jack Warden, and features Denzel Washington in his feature-film debut It was the first feature film produced by RKO Pictures after a break of many years, though they were only co-distributor with Avco/Embassy Pictures and Hemdale Film Corporation
- 1 Plot
- 2 Main cast
- 3 Home video releases and TV broadcasts
- 4 See also
- 5 External links
Roger Porter Washington is the long-lost black son of Walter Whitney Segal, a respectable businessman who lives in the all-white community of San Marino, California Walter, who is Jewish, has been hiding that fact for purposes of professional advancement in the business which his anti-Semitic father-in-law Warden heads
Once Roger turns up at Walter's office, it turns out that he is the result of Walter's relationship with a black woman, who is now dead Walter's father-in-law had warned him that the relationship would be harmful to his career, so he broke it off
Walter attempts to help Roger by telling his wife Vivian Saint James that he wants to adopt him She accepts, but soon regrets the decision and ends up kicking Walter out Her father also fires him, taking his car and benefits in the process Penniless, he and Roger check into a motel, and later move into an apartment Walter ends up as a menial manual laborer, shovelling horse manure
The final ten minutes makes the transition from comedy to drama, where Walter has to choose between either acceptance that Roger is his son, or alienation of Roger to salvage his own position in society
- George Segal as Walter Whitney
- Susan Saint James as Vivian Whitney
- Jack Warden as Nelson Longhurst
- Dick Martin as Victor Bard
- Denzel Washington as Roger Porter
- Paul Winfield as Bob Garvey
- Macon McCalman as Tubby Wederholt
- Vicky Dawson as Mary Ann Vivian's daughter
Home video releases and TV broadcastsedit
This film is hardly shown on television due to its racial themes, though it was broadcast once on ABC in March 1983 and does sometimes appear on premium movie channels, along with the most recent airing on Comedy Central in 2011 though the print used was from the 1980s TV airing, meaning it had less-than-stellar film quality and moderate edits
The film was released on VHS in 1983, 1989, 1994, and 1999 It was released on laserdisc only once, in 1984
The film was released on DVD in 2004 by MGM-DVD, but the film was presented in full screen and the film master is from the laserdisc release, being low resolution and often with shifts in quality and color balance
A remastered, uncut high-quality HD print is sometimes broadcast on the MGM-HD Channel The film has appeared on ThisTV, which features films from the MGM library, and Bounce TV
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- Carbon Copy at the TCM Movie Database
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