Re: Genetics, skin color, and movie making
8 Sep 1996 15:07:52 GMT

In article <50sodv$>, MPCAInt writes:

>I have two questions relating to a film I am writing that I would love
>information about or guidence to a reliable source. 1) Is it possible for
>a caucasian couple to have a child who's skin is black and what is the
>gene that controlls skin color? 2) When in medical history was it possible

>to identify a father? (Meaning when was it possible to tell whether Child

>A came from Father B or Father C)?
>Please feel free to answer here, e-mail me directly, or drop me a line
>either place telling me a more appropriate place to direct this question.

>Thanks in advance,
I'm reminded of a song by Lou Reed, "Mama's got a lover." In the song
there's a part about "She's working on a movie, it's about a working mother
who gives birth to black and white Siamese twins"

Can you dig it?