The 50 Most Racist Movies You Didn’t Think Were Racist

Complex Magazine

Complex runs down the flicks that you might not have realized were wildly offensive. Turn on your racist radars, people!

1. Breakfast At Tiffany’s

Year: 1961

In the history of inexplicable Hollywood racism, Breakfast at Tiffany’s takes the m************ rice cake. Nobody would’ve noticed had director Blake Edwards removed the random, inconsequential character of Mr. Yunioshi, gold digging Holly Golightly’s bumbling, annoying Japanese neighbor, but there he is, sticking out like the two-inch buckteeth Mickey Rooney in yellowface sports to complete his look and ensure that the movie, like his portrayal, is ah-so disrespectfur.

[The website does not provide a list, but there is a table numbered from 1 to 50. Click on a number to see what movie it rates here.]

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