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  1. Whoopi Goldberg and Ray Liotta star in this heartwarming story about a family devastated by grief and the woman who helps heal the loss. Manny Singer (Liotta) hires African American Corrina Washington (Goldberg) to work as maid and nanny after the death of his wife.
  2. The time is , and the movie implies that Corrina, a recent college graduate, can't find any other job because she is black. She is overqualified for this one, but has many qualifications for being Manny's partner in life, one of them being her suggestion to take the "t'' off of "shouldn't,'' so it rhymes with "puddin,'' and he wins the Jell-O account.
  3. A heartwarming story about a family devastated by grief and the woman who helps heal the loss. Manny Singer hires African American Corrina Washington to work as maid and nanny.
  4. Such is the case with "Corrina, Corrina." Goldberg can project a vulnerability and dignity without sacrificing self-confidence, and that is certainly the case with this character, Corrina Washington, a university-educated black woman in the late s. Unable to a obtain work in her chosen field, she is reduced to scrubbing floors and baby.
  5. Corrina, Corrina soundtrack from , composed by Various Artists, Thomas Newman. Released by RCA in containing music from Corrina, Corrina ().
  6. Corrina Corrina is packed full of great music, tender moments between people trying to work through their lives, their differences. Black, white, woman, man, adult, child, we all just want to be loved, cared for, understood, and these characters do just that for one another, and it is a joy to watch it happen!/5(47).
  7. Oct 28,  · Edit Story | Oct 28, , pm EDT. for also failing to attribute various song credits to Carter. although Bo Carter was inspired by the bar country blues, “Corrine, Corrina” is.
  8. Corrina, wake it up baby Corrina, shake it down easy Corrina, shake it on up now Corrina, shake it back down. If, what, where and how Don't mean a thing to me I would love you even if You flew away from me I'll just stand here waiting On the far side of the sea There is no fear that lovers born (note 5) Can ever fail to meet.

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