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  • Tiger Watson

    The Color Purple (1985) Director: Steven Spielberg Writers: Alice Walker (novel) Stars: Danny Glover, Whoopi Goldberg and Oprah Winfrey

  • Cassie Warren

    The Color Purple (1985) - Danny Glover, Whoopie Goldberg & Oprah Winfrey - Probably my favorite movie ever.

  • Chantry Peters

    *THE COLOR PURPLE, (1985): The life + trials of a young African American woman....Starring: Danny Glover, Whoopi Golberg, Margaret Avery. Must watch. Great movie.

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