Oct 1, 2012 (Tell Me More) — In 1962, the world first met the British agent, James Bond. Since then, so much of Bond-mania has gone down in cinema history. But one of the less appreciated aspects of the franchise is the early use of actors of color in important roles. Guest host Celeste Headlee speaks with The Boston Globe's Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic, Wesley Morris.
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