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Douglass was no stranger to the wrath incurred by his association with white women.
In 1849, while police looked on, he suffered a beating at the hands of ruffians on Broadway while on an evening stroll with two Englishwomen, Julia and Eliza Griffiths.
He added that he got the idea for the film more than eight years ago, inspired by other horror movies like "The Stepford Wives" and "Rosemary's Baby." "As the last couple of years unfolded and the country got woke to a certain extent, the movie became less about identifying the fact that racism exists and much more about giving us a hero," he said.
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"And then hopefully it's a reference point as we forge into the difficult conversation about race." "Get Out" opened in theaters Friday to rave reviews, initially earning a 100 percent "fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes despite a relatively unknown actor in the lead role (and no appearances by Peele).
Kevin Noble Maillard is a law professor at Syracuse University and the co-editor of "Loving v.