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Calvin never wanted to take over the family business, a barbershop on the south side of Chicago. One morning he decides to sell the shop to a shady loan shark named Lester. Calvin spends the day cutting heads at the shop, and starts to understand the importance of the legacy left to him. Calvin learns to appreciate his barber friends, and discovers that the place where they work is more than just a place to get a haircut. Calvin gradually changes his mind about selling the shop, but it may be too late.
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|Grouped Work ID||cad9b9f3-9487-68bb-b2de-00cc3adf6b49|
|Grouping Author||metro goldwyn mayer|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-02-16 02:11:49AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-02-16 03:03:04AM|
|auth_author2||Anderson, Anthony, 1970-, Blanchard, Terence,, Brown, Mark (Filmmaker),, Carter, John, Cedric, the Entertainer, 1965-, David, Keith,, Ealy, Michael,, Eve (Musician),, Fortune, Roger G.,, Garity, Troy,, Howze, Leonard Earl,, Ice Cube (Musician),, Patterson, Devon,, Priestley, Tom, Jr.,, Scott, Don D.,, Story, Tim,, Tate, Lahmard J.,, Teitel, Robert,, Thomas, Sean Patrick,, Tillman, George, 1969-, Todd, Marshall,|
|author2-role||Anderson, Anthony,1970-actor., Blanchard, Terence,composer., Brown, Mark(Filmmaker),screenwriter,film producer., Carter, Johneditor of moving image work., Cedric,the Entertainer,1965-actor., Cube Vision (Firm),production company., David, Keith,actor., Ealy, Michael,actor., Eve(Musician),actor., Fortune, Roger G.,production designer., Garity, Troy,actor., Howze, Leonard Earl,actor., Ice Cube(Musician),actor., MGM Home Entertainment Inc.,film distributor., Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer,presenter., Patterson, Devon,costume designer., Priestley, Tom,Jr.,director of photography., Scott, Don D.,screenwriter., State Street Pictures,production company., Story, Tim,film director., Tate, Lahmard J.,actor., Teitel, Robert,film producer., Thomas, Sean Patrick,actor., Tillman, George,1969-film producer., Todd, Marshall,screenwriter.|
|available_at_catalog||Brighton, Commerce City, In Motion Bookmobile|
|detailed_location_catalog||Brighton - Adult DVDs - Comedy, Commerce City - Adult DVDs - Comedy, In Motion Bookmobile - Adult DVDs - Comedy|
|display_description||Calvin never wanted to take over the family business, a barbershop on the south side of Chicago. One morning he decides to sell the shop to a shady loan shark named Lester. Calvin spends the day cutting heads at the shop, and starts to understand the importance of the legacy left to him. Calvin learns to appreciate his barber friends, and discovers that the place where they work is more than just a place to get a haircut. Calvin gradually changes his mind about selling the shop, but it may be too late.|
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|local_callnumber_catalog||DVD COMEDY BARBERSH i, DVD COMEDY BARBERSH s|
|owning_library_catalog||All Anythink Libraries|
|owning_location_catalog||Brighton, Commerce City, In Motion Bookmobile|
|record_details||ils:738074|DVD|Movies|Special edition.|English||2003|1 videodisc (102 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|subject_facet||African American barbers, African American barbers -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Drama, Barbershops, Barbershops -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Drama, Comedy films, DVD-Video discs, Drama, Feature films, Films for the hearing impaired, Illinois -- Chicago, Video recordings for the hearing impaired|
|title_full||Barbershop [videorecording] / Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures presents a State Street Pictures production, a Cube Vision production ; produced by Robert Teitel, George Tillman, Mark Brown ; screenplay by Mark Brown and Don D. Scott and Marshall Todd ; directed by Tim Story|
|topic_facet||African American barbers, Barbershops, Comedy films|