One Day When I was Lost: A Scenario Movies & Media Adaptations

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Spike Lee directed, co-produced, wrote, and starred (as Shorty) in the 1992 Warner Brothers film Malcolm X that was loosely based on Baldwin's screenplay.

Brother Minister (1995), directed by Jack Baxter and narrated by Roscoe Lee Brown, is a seven-part video inquiry into the assassination of Malcolm X.

In 1993, Black Audio Film Collective produced John Akomfrah's Seven Songs for Malcolm X, a filmed homage to this Black Muslim leader. The video includes an interview with Betty Shabazz and Spike Lee.

Malcolm X—Make It Plain was produced by PBS Video in 1994. It is an extensive look at Malcolm X's life.

The collaborative work between James Baldwin and Arnold Perl was produced in 1972 and called Malcolm X. This is a video documentary staring Ossie Davis and narrated by James Earl Jones.

Archie has to pay him a large sum of money, Archie accuses Malcolm of cheating. In Archie's mind, this...

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