Looking Back in Living Color: The First Season (2004)

A look back at season one of In Living Color (1990) with Tommy Davidson, David Alan Grier, director Paul Miller, casting director Robi Reed, associate director Terri McCoy, writer John Bowman, and choreographer Rosie Perez.

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Keenen Ivory Wayans ... Various (archive footage)
Kelly Coffield Park ... Various (archive footage)
Kim Coles ... Various (archive footage)
Tommy Davidson ... Himself / Various
David Alan Grier ... Himself / Various
T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh ... Various (archive footage)
Kim Wayans ... Various (archive footage)
Damon Wayans ... Various (archive footage)
Paul Miller ... Himself - Director (as Paul D. Miller)
Robi Reed ... Herself - Casting Director
Terri McCoy Terri McCoy ... Herself - Associate Director (as Terry McCoy)
John Bowman John Bowman ... Himself - Writer
Rosie Perez ... Herself - Choreographer
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A look back at season one of In Living Color (1990) with Tommy Davidson, David Alan Grier, director Paul Miller, casting director Robi Reed, associate director Terri McCoy, writer John Bowman, and choreographer Rosie Perez.

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USA

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English

Release Date:

6 April 2004 (USA) See more »

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