Willie Brown Documentary (Updated over a year ago)
A documentary produced and directed by Susan E. Brown, looking at the life and political career of her father Willie Brown. Features interviews with family, friends and colleagues and also includes photgraphs and archival footage. The introduction opens with a female rap artist singing: "Born in Texas in the town of Mineola / Now Willie Brown is a political Ayatollah!" This film is dedicated to the director's grandmother 'Minnie Collins Boyd, 1909-1993'.
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Added to San Francisco Bay Area Television Archive on September 24, 2011.
- Type of material: Digital video tape
- Recording medium: Mini DV
- Date aired: 3/19/1993
- Originally aired on: Chartreuse Pictures
- WB 1496.mp4 (277.88 MB – MPEG4 video)
- Views: 6040 (3843 for this version)