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Black history. The arts

Author: Langston Hughes; St. Clair Vision (Firm)
Publisher: Woodland Hills, CA : St. Clair Vision, ©2007.
Series: Black history from civil war through today, vol. 5.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Selection of documentaries, interviews, and other archival footage illustrating African American history.
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Genre/Form: Documentary videos
Documentary
Biography
Named Person: Scott Joplin; W C Handy; Paul Laurence Dunbar; Lou Stovall; Larry Lebby; Scott Joplin; W C Handy; Paul Laurence Dunbar; Lou Stovall; Larry Lebby
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Langston Hughes; St. Clair Vision (Firm)
OCLC Number: 185041728
Notes: Title from disc label.
Bonus feature: Radio - Shakespeare of Harlem (26 min.).
Target Audience: Not rated; suitable for all audiences.
Description: 1 videodisc (103 min.) : sd., b&w with col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, all regions; Dolby Digital 5.1 surround, re-mastered.
Contents: Scott Joplin: King of ragtime composers (written and directed by Amelia Anderson, 1977) --
W.C. Handy (Bailey Films presents, produced by Leo D. Sullivan, 1967) --
Paul Laurence Dunbar: America's first black poet (Fisk University, Department of Art presents, 1972) --
Lou Stovall (producers, Sharon A. Reinckens, Christopher Capilongo, director, Sharon A. Reinckens, 1983) --
Larry Lebby and stone lithography (produced by Chris Capilongo, Sharon Rickens, 1983) --
Contemporary visual expressions (producer, Sharon Rickens, 1987) --
The Negro in entertainment (Leggett & Myers present, produced by E.M. Glucksman, 1940).
Series Title: Black history from civil war through today, vol. 5.
Other Titles: Scott Joplin: King of ragtime composer.
W.C. Handy.
Paul Laurence Dunbar: America's first black poet.
Lou Stovall.
Larry Lebby and stone lithography.
Contemporary visual expression.
Negro in entertainment.
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