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If You Loved Harry Shearer's The History Of White People In America TV Comedy Series, You'll Adore This Follow-Up Satire Of White American Values, Where A Talk Show Moves To A Small American Town And Host Martin Mull Gets In The Middle Of The Marriage Of Mary Kay Place And Fred Willard! *Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, 1988, 1 Hour 41 Minutes.) #PortraitOfAWhiteMarriage #HarryShearer #MartinMull #MaryKayPlace #FredWillard #RobinWilliams #JackRiley #TheHistoryOfWhitePeopleInAmerica #ComedyFilms #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive
Martin Mull, Allen Rucker
Martin Mull ... Martin Mull
Mary Kay Place ... Joyce Harrison
Fred Willard ... Hal Harrison
Christian Jacobs ... Tommy Harrison
Amy Lynne ... Debbie Harrison
Kimberley Kates ... Young Beauty Queen
Michael McKean ... Rev. Prufrock
Julie Payne ... The Minister's Wife
Robin Williams ... Air Conditioning Salesman
With Special Appearances By Harry Shearer And Jack Riley
Portrait Of A White Marriage is one of two sequels for videocassette release of The History of White People in America, a series of 30-minute mockumentary-style vignettes, first broadcast, beginning in 1985, on Cinemax, and later re-edited for videocassette release. The other sequel is The History Of White People In America: Volume 2.
Marin Mull Presents The History Of White People In America, also known as The History Of White People In America, was a series of 30-minute mockumentary-style vignettes, first broadcast, beginning in 1985, on Cinemax. Martin Mull Presents The History Of White People In America, Part 1: In Search Of was broadcast June 4, 1985 at 9:30 PM. It was hosted by Martin Mull, and starred Fred Willard, Mary Kay Place, Amy Lynne, Christian Jacobs, and Edie McClurg. It was written and produced by Martin Mull and Allen Rucker, and directed by Harry Shearer. Mull's wife Wendy Haas contributed the music. The History of White People in America was done in the style of documentaries about minorities in the United States. The focus is a family of empty-headed white people clueless about the complexities of the world around them. Each 30-minute segment focuses on a particular theme (e.g. religion, crime). Martin Mull plays a reporter after the fashion of 60-Minutes investigative TV journalism, interviewing participants as well as providing narration or commentary directly into the camera.