Walk Like a Natural Man
Skip Reynolds, an 18-year-old sharecropper in rural Texas in the 1930's, is star-struck after reading an advertisement from an L.A. acting school promising stardom for aspiring black actors. He leaves his grandmother and hitchhikes to L.A. with his National steel guitar. When he finds out that the acting school is a scam, he tries to find other ways to realize his dream of being a black actor.
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