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Black guy + white girl + white family = drama (Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner)

White guy + black girl + black family = comedy (Guess Who)

Black guy + hispanic girl + hispanic family = only in America (Our Family Wedding)

White guy + white girl + one mother + three fathers + ABBA = musical (Mamma Mia)

White guy + white girl + gay dads = farce (The Birdcage)

White guy + white girl + Steve Martin + Martin Short – integrity = schmaltz (Father of the Bride)

Seven white guys + seven white girls + singing + dancing = Broadway (Seven Brides for Seven Brothers)

White guy + white girl + assassins + jilted lover + unborn baby = Tarantino (Kill Bill)

White guy + white girl + other white guy + Anne Bancroft + plastic = satire (The Graduate)

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