Together for Days
Together for Days is a 1972 independent blaxploitation film directed by Michael Schultz, and stars Clifton Davis, Lois Chiles, Northern Calloway and (a then-unknown) Samuel L. Jackson (in his film debut). It was shot entirely in Atlanta, Georgia.
|Together for Days|
|Directed by||Michael Schultz|
|Produced by||Robert S. Buchanan|
|Written by||William B. Branch|
|Story by||Lindsay Smith|
|Music by||Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson|
|Cinematography||Donald H. Hudgins|
|Edited by||Marshall M. Borden|
TFD Company Ltd.
|Distributed by||Olas Corporation|
The film is about a romance between an African-American man and a Caucasian woman and the reaction of their friends and family to the mixed-race relationship.
On May 6, 2010, Jackson appeared on The Tonight Show and joked that he was glad that host Jay Leno was unable to find a copy of the film. He also said it had been re-released sometime later under the title Black Cream.