Number Ones: Black Films That Debuted at the Top of the Box Office

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The Princess and the Frog (2009)

Disney's return to hand-drawn animation — and its first-ever Black princess — proved to be a wild success when the film premiered at No. 1, earning $25 million in a weekend and taking the box-office crown from Sandra Bullock's The Blind Side.
(Photo: Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures)

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