Pinky - (Original Trailer)
A light-skinned black woman (Jeanne Crain) returns home after passing for white in nursing school in Eliz Kazan's Pinky (1949).
Pinky (1949) - Clever Imitations
Jeanne Crain (title character), still passing for white, but under orders from her black grandmother, is the reluctant nurse and maid to the overly candid Miss Em (Ethel Barrymore), in Elia Kazan's Pinky, 1949.
Pinky (1949) - Ask His Forgiveness!
After years away at nursing school up north, Jeanne Crain (title character), just returned to the down-south home of her poor black grandmother Dicey (Ethel Waters), confesses that she's been passing for white, in Elia Kazan's Pinky, 1949.
Pinky (1949) - There's An Old Colored Woman
Returning to her black grandmother's home in the woods outside an unidentified Southern town, private nurse Jeanne Crain (title character) is surprised to meet fianceè Tom (William Lundigan), and decides to reveal her secret, in Elia Kazan's Pinky, 1949.