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The Autobiography of Malcolm X was primary source material for 1992's Malcolm X, directed by Spike Lee and starring Denzel Washington as Malcolm X, Angela Bassett as Betty Shabazz, and Al Freeman Jr. as Elijah Muhammad. Spike Lee and Arnold Perl wrote the screenplay, which was produced by Forty Acres and a Mule Film works. The movie was nominated for Academy Awards in the categories of best leading actor for Washington and best costume design.

James Baldwin adapted portions of the autobiography for a screenplay published by Dial in 1973, entitled One Day When I Was Lost: A Scenario Based on Alex Haley's ' 'Autobiography of Malcolm X."

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