Teddy 1971 by Business & Technology Academy
Presents the experiences of a teenage African American, who relates his views of the System, war, revolution, the Watts community of Los Angeles, the Black Panther Party and the police. The importance of the discussion is the necessity of being one's own self. Director: Richard Wells. Editor: Andrew Stein. Photographer: Robert Grant. Sound: Wendell Handy. Assistant Camera: Clifford Stewart. Production Manager: Edward Kutner. Assistant Production Manager: Gene Kopp. Executive Producer: George Schlosser. Producer: Peter Schnitzler. Shotlist: Presents the experiences of a teenage black, relating his views of the system, showing his relationship with the church, school, society, drugs and community self-help programs. Tells of war, revolution, Watts, the Black Panthers and the police. Concludes with the idea of being one's self. Negro youth United States African Americans Teenagers Adolescence Commissioned by UCLA Institute of Mental Health
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