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Author Topic: "The Gospel According To Al Green"  (Read 582 times)

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"The Gospel According To Al Green"
« on: December 09, 2010, 08:35:30 AM »
Most likely y'all already know about this, but just in case . . .

A good companion film to watch with "Still Bill" is Robert Mugge's "The Gospel According to Al Green".

Here's a review from 1980-something:

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