Dramatizes the true story of William Douglas "Chameleon" Street, a quick-witted, self-tutored young man from Detroit who barely managed to earn a high school diploma, yet in the 70's managed to pull off a series of high-profile hoaxes.
Rated R, language and sex-related dialogue.
DVD ; Dolby digital stereo. ; NTSC.
Wendell B. Harris, Jr., Angela Leslie, Amina Fakir, Paula McGee, Tony Ennis, Daven Kiley.
Photography, Daniel S. Noga; editor, Matthew Mallinson; music, Peter S. Moore.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1989.
DVD extras: Colette vignette ; audio commentary by Armond White and Michael Reiter ; trailer ; Arbiter Roswell trailer ; photo gallery.
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