The Bronze Screen: 100 Years of the Latino Image in American Cinema Trailer

The Bronze Screen: 100 Years of the Latino Image in American Cinema Trailer (2002)

06 June 2002 Factual 90 mins

Documentary about the presence of Latin American culture and actors in American movies.

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Cast

Anthony Quinn

as Himself

Pablo Ferro

as Himself

International Releases Dates

United States 06 June 2002

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Ken Park Trailer (2002)

31 August 2002

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Panic Room Trailer (2002)

29 March 2002

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Lilo & Stitch Trailer (2002)

21 June 2002

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Windtalkers Trailer (2002)

14 June 2002

Joe Enders is a gung-ho Marine assigned to protect a "windtalker" - one of several Navajo Indians who were used to relay messages during World War II because their spoken language was indecipherable to Japanese code breakers.

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Trailer (2002)

13 November 2002

Everyone's favorite novice wizard, Harry Potter, continues his high-flying adventures at Hogwarts. This time around, Harry ignores warnings not to return to school - that is, if he values his life - to investigate a mysterious series of attacks with Ron and Hermione.

We Were Soldiers Trailer (2002)

01 March 2002

The story of the first major battle of the American phase of the Vietnam War and the soldiers on both sides that fought it.

Die Another Day Trailer (2002)

17 November 2002

The ever-daring James Bond taking on a North Korean leader who undergoes DNA replacement procedures that allow him to assume different identities.

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers Trailer (2002)

18 December 2002

Frodo and Sam are trekking to Mordor to destroy the One Ring of Power while Gimli, Legolas and Aragorn search for the orc-captured Merry and Pippin.

Resident Evil Trailer (2002)

15 March 2002

When a virus leaks from a top-secret facility, turning all resident researchers into ravenous zombies and their lab animals into mutated hounds from hell, the government sends in an elite military task force to contain the outbreak.

Men in Black II Trailer (2002)

01 August 2002

Kay and Jay reunite to provide our best, last and only line of defense against a sinister seductress who levels the toughest challenge yet to the MIBs untarnished mission statement: protecting the earth from the scum of the universe.

Return to Never Land Trailer (2002)

14 February 2002

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