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Juke joint [and] Reet, petite, and gone

Author: July JonesLeonard DuncanRed CalhounMilton WoodsLorenzo TuckerAll authors
Publisher: Narberth, PA : Alpha Video, 2006, ©1947.
Series: Harlem double feature.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In "Juke joint," two con men on the road broke find themselves boarding in a house that is more than a little crazy. The mother is star struck and gives them board for training her daughter to be a star. The father is absent minded and the other daughter is many crazy. In "Reet, petite, and gone," a dishonest lawyer tries to do young Louis out of his inheritance by changing his dying fahter's eccentric will. A  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: July Jones; Leonard Duncan; Red Calhoun; Milton Woods; Lorenzo Tucker; Bea Griffith; Louis Jordan; June Richmond; Spencer Williams; True T Thompson; Bert Goldberg; William Forest Crouch; Katherine Moore; Melody Duncan; Dauphine Moore; Inez Newell; Tympany FIve (Musical group); Alpha Video Distributors.
OCLC Number: 76892178
Notes: Videodisc release of the originally produced 1947 motion pictures of the same titles.
Credits: Juke joint: George Sanderson, photography ; Red Calhoun and his orchestra, music ; original story, True T. Thompson ; Reet, petite, and gone : William Forest Crouch, producer and director.
Cast: Juke joint: Spencer William, July Jones, Leonard Duncan, Inez Newell, Dauphine Moore, Melody Duncan, Katherine Moore ; Reet, petite, and gone: Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five, June Richmond, Lorenzo Tucker, Milton Woods.
Description: 1 videodisc (128 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Series Title: Harlem double feature.
Other Titles: Reet, petite, and gone
Responsibility: directed by Spencer Willliams ; directed by William Forest Crouch.

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In "Juke joint," two con men on the road broke find themselves boarding in a house that is more than a little crazy. The mother is star struck and gives them board for training her daughter to be a star. The father is absent minded and the other daughter is many crazy. In "Reet, petite, and gone," a dishonest lawyer tries to do young Louis out of his inheritance by changing his dying fahter's eccentric will. A boyhood sweetheart and a faithful servant save the day.

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