Harold of Orange

Categories: Shorts, Comedy
33min | 1984
This comedy explores the interaction of two cultural groups indigenous to Minnesota-- American Indians and philanthropic foundations. Poet Gerald Vizenor's screenplay draws on trickster myths common to many Indian tribes to create a contemporary satire which dispels many Hollywood stereotypes. The story involves trickster Harold and his scheme to obtain corporate funding for a chain of coffeehouses featuring reservation-grown "pinch bean" coffee.

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Topics: Native American, Humor, Funny, Satire, Stereotype
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Carrie Nelson
Carrie Nelson
February 16, 2014
B
brad
brad
December 23, 2013
C-
Sharon McIntyre
Sharon McIntyre
October 1, 2013
C+
Peggy Rosales
Peggy Rosales
September 17, 2013
A-
ray moniz
ray moniz
August 13, 2013
A+
Kathryn Hatcher
Kathryn Hatcher
August 13, 2013
A
Jo Smith
Jo Smith
September 23, 2012
I am crazy for Charlie Hill! So glad I found this!
Theo Van Alst
Theo Van Alst
April 13, 2012
Uh, full film here. Wow.
Royce Freeman
Royce Freeman
April 13, 2012
oh dang!!! I love this, my big brother @[1092035544:2048:Jake Hill], actually looks like Harold and funny as hell just like him!!!!! Isn't that right Jake-O!!! lol