ADJUST YOUR COLOR: The Truth of Petey Greene
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Larger than life, ex-convict Petey Greene burst onto the airwaves in the 1960s with raw and uncensored radio and TV shows on racism, poverty, sexuality and drug abuse, awakening Washington, D.C.’s African American community to the power of “telling it like it is.” ADJUST YOUR COLOR: The Truth of Petey Greene chronicles the life and times of America’s first shock jock, a man who spoke the truth to people in power and influenced a new generation of broadcast personalities.
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Loren Mendell

The Making Of:

“Ultimately, our goal became for Petey to tell his own story using as much of his voice as possible.... Helping Petey tell his story 25 years after his passing was both a great challenge and an honor.”   More >>

The Filmmakers:

“Everyone was eager to tell their side of who they thought Petey was to them after seeing Talk To Me.”   More >>
Producer Terence Greene and Dewey Hughes pose for the camera

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