Lunchtime Movie Review

Carbon Copy (1981)

Episode #204

AVCO Embassy Pictures released Carbon Copy on September 25, 1981. Michael Schultz directed the film starring George Segal, Susan Saint James, and Jack Warden.

‘Carbon Copy’ Plot Summary

Walter Whitney is a wealthy, white corporate executive who lives with a wife who does not love him and a step-daughter that does not respect him. He has spent the last seventeen years working for his wife’s father in a job that no longer inspires him. Walter’s world is turned upside down when Roger Porter shows up at his office and reveals that he is Walter’s illegitimate African-American son from a relationship that Walter had when he first started working for his wife’s father. Now, Walter is forced to deal not only with his past, but the racism that he chosen to take a blind eye to since finding success.

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AVCO Embassy Pictures released Carbon Copy on September 25, 1981. Michael Schultz directed the film starring George Segal, Susan Saint James, and Jack Warden.

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