The chronicle of a young African American boy, coming-of-age in the segregated South. Based on the critically acclaimed memoir by Clifton L. Taulbert. Great ensemble cast in a labor of love.
Once Upon A Time, When We Were Colored starring Phylicia Rashad, Paula Kelly, Richard Roundtree, Leon, Isaac Hayes, Al Freeman, Jr.
Based on the story of Joe Clark, a principal who cleaned up an embattled New Jersey high school amidst much controversy. Sugarcoated but inspiring nonetheless!
The Proud Family Movie -- US Home Video Extra (Clip) from Buena Vista Home Entertainment
The Proud Family Movie -- US Home Video Trailer from Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Based on the true story of principal Joe Clark, who wins the support and respect of his students for his controversial methods in ridding the school of violence and drugs.
True story of New Jersey high school principal Joe Clark, wins support and respect of students for his controversial methods in ridding the school of violent students and drug dealers.
Based on the true story of New Jersey high school principal Joe Clark, who wins the support and respect of his students for his controversial methods in ridding the school of violent students and drug dealers.
Jane joins a separatist commune to find out how a U.S. attorney was found dead in Mexico, even though there's no record of her crossing the border. Meanwhile, Rigsby and Van Pelt convince J.J. LaRoche (recurring guest star PRUITT TAYLOR VINCE) to help them discover who's stalking former CBI members.
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The Prouds' and Boulevardez end up stranded when they decided to go on a camping trip together.
The twin's first birthday party goes haywire when the famous children's performer "Thingy" no shows while Oscar tries to entertain all the impatient babies.
Penny and her friends' musical group LPDZ, get a record deal but Penny is more interested in performing solo.
Penny is cast as 'Juliet' in the upcoming school play of Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet.' Penny finds herself having a crush on her fellow cast member Kwok, who is playing 'Romeo,' and is nervous when she finds out there's a kissing scene in the play.
Sticky, in dealing with his parents divorce, starts hanging out with a group of bullies called 'The Altos.' In order to knock some sense into Sticky, Trudy and Penny recruit Oscar to expose Sticky to The Proud Snack Factory believing Sticky will find a positive role model in Oscar. Unbeknownst to the Prouds, Sticky has ulterior motives and steals the clues to a scavenger hunt contest being co-sponsored by Proud Snacks and Wizard Enterprises. Meanwhile, Oscar is gypped by Wizard Enterprises when his company logo is not visible to the naked eye, but when viewed under a magnifying glass, reads 'Prune' instead of 'Proud' Snacks.
Penny decides it's time to stand up to the neighborhood bullies, the sisters, who relentlessly shake down the student body for their money. When the Gross sisters hear that it was Penny who ed them out to the school principal, Penny learns how to lead them with conversation instead of confrontation in order to save her own skin. Also, Oscar and Trudy take the twins to Dr. Payne for their shots.
After the Prouds' neglect Suga Mama's poodle, Puff, he gets lost in a river and is sent on an adventure around the world. Meanwhile, Suga Mama has moved into Penny's room in order to cope with Puff's absence and the Prouds realize that it's their fault that Puff is lost. Also, Oscar and Trudy shop for an armoire.
After Penny bumps her head, she is transported to circa 1955 via a dream and experiences the true meaning of Black History month. After quickly learning that in 1955, her best friend Zoey is not her friend because she's white and integration of the school's is a new concept for the students, she uses her knowledge from the future to educate everyone on how important it is to come together as a unified people.
The entire gang is impacted when a Valentine's Day crush on Penny results in graffiti around school. After discovering the culprit is Johnny, Penny chooses to be nice and invite Johnny over Johnny's lack of respect for the Proud Family puts him on everyone's bad side and Penny resorts to being upfront with Johnny. For Valentine's Day Trudy gives Oscar a Chef O'Boy dinner and Oscar reciprocates with a little ski vacation. Penny brings Johnny along and Oscar's good intentions backfire on him.
At a weekend b-b-q Oscar burns down the Boulevardez house; in an attempt to be a good neighbors the Proud's allow Sunset, Lacienega, Papi and Felix to move in. While sharing a room Penny knocks heads with Lacienega and Oscar feels threatened as the twins begin to refer to Felix as 'Da-Da.' This animosity subsides once Lacienega becomes an outcast in the world due to her webbed duck feet. The Prouds, in an attempt to restore Lacienega's pride help with her routine at the Wizard Kelly Teen Pageant. Lacienega brings down the crowd with her swan spectacle, which allows her to transform back to her usual self.
After her dad explicitly forbids her dating, Penny decides to sneak out to an amusement park for a 'group date' with her friends-only when the girls pair up with the boys, Penny is stuck with the rather rotund Carlos. While initially disgruntled, Penny discovers that Carlos is a sweet, funny, and confident kid and ends up having the best time of all her friends. Once back home her date is revealed, but Oscar is relieved to discover that Penny learned a valuable lesson about getting to know a person on the inside. Also, Trudy and Sunset drag Oscar and Felix on a 'date' to a day spa.
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