I Passed For White (1960)

I Passed for White is a 1960 film directed and adapted for the screen by Fred M. Wilcox from a novel of the same name by Reba Lee “as told to” Mary Hastings Bradley. A young girl meets and marries the man of her dreams–only she hasn’t told him that she is half-black, and he and his rich family and friends are white. The film stars Sonya Wilde and James Franciscus and features Jimmy Lydon, Patricia Michon, and Isabel Cooley. It was released by Allied Artists on March 18, 1960. – Wikipedia

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