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Author: Roy MackFred WallerMadeline AndersonE M GlucksmanSam ElljayAll authors
Publisher: [Northbrook, IL] : [DWCM Direct], [2010]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
Summary:
Jubilee, strictly G.I.: Filmed excerpts from the AFRS radio program Jubilee as broadcast in January, 1944. Eddie "Rochester" Anderson and Lena Horne sing "Life is full of consequences," Babe Wallace sings "Bring enough clothes for three days," Lena Horne sings "The man I love."

We work again: Documents the activities of blacks under the Works Progress Administration.

Blues and boogie: Contains three soundies: Maxine Brown sings "Some of these days"; Maurice Rocco sings "Beat me daddy"; Nat King Cole and Ida James sing "Is you or is you ain't my baby."

Movies made for and by African-Americans during the first half of the 20th century.  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Documentary films
Fiction films
Race films
Short films
Silent films
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Roy Mack; Fred Waller; Madeline Anderson; E M Glucksman; Sam Elljay; Hamtree Harrington; Lena Horne; Maya Angelou; Claude Barnett; Maxine Brown; Adelaide Hall; Donald Heywood; Cab Calloway Orchestra.; Vitaphone Corp.; RKO Radio Pictures.; United States. Armed Forces Radio Service.; United States. Work Projects Administration.; United States. Office of War Information. Domestic Branch. Bureau of Motion Pictures.; United States. Army Air Forces.; Official Films (Firm); Micheaux Film Corporation.; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
OCLC Number: 714188488
Notes: Title from disc surface; individual titles from title frames; dates from other sources.
Not compatible with all DVD players or DVD-ROM drives.
Accompanied by a 12-page booklet listing the contents of the entire set.
Cast: Hi de ho (1937): Cab Calloway and his orchestra.
Hi de ho (1934): Cab Calloway.
Jittering jitter-bugs: Hamtree Harrington, Lee Norman's orchestra, Arthur White's Lindy Hoppers.
Jubilee, strictly G.I.: Erie "Bubbles" Whitman (master of ceremonies), Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Lena Horne, Babe Wallace, Timmy Rodgers.
We work again: [no credits given].
Negro colleges in war time: [no credits given].
Integration report 1: Robert Graham Brown, (narrator), singers: Maya Angelou, Lillian Hayman, James Barlow (also on guitar).
Farmer Henry Browne: Canada Lee (narrator).
The Negro in industry: Claude A. Barnett, Willard Townsend, Horace Suddoth, William Dawson.
The Negro in sports: Claude A. Barnett (host), Jesse Owens (narrator).
The Negro in entertainment: Claude A. Barnett (host), W.C. Handy, Ethel Waters, Louis Armstrong, Bill Robinson, Duke Ellington, Fats Waller.
Negro pilots: [Tuskegee airmen].
Blues and boogie: Maxine Brown, Maurice Rocco, Nat King Cole and Ida James.
Bipp bang boogie: Alex Brown, Ebony Trio.
All-colored vaudeville show: Adelaide Hall & The Nicholas Brothers, The Five Racketeers, Eunice Wilson, Cab Calloway.
The Dark town revue: Donald Heywood's Choir supported by Tim Moore, Andrew Tribble and Amon Davis.
A study of educational inequalities in South Carolina: [no credits given].
Description: 1 videodisc (212 min.) : sound, si., black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: Hi de ho (1937) / Vitaphone presents ; written by Burnet Hershey ; directed by Roy Mack ; a Vitaphone Melody Master (11 min.) --
Hi-de ho (1934) / U.M. & M. TV Corp. ; Adolph Zukor presents ; story by Milton Hocky and Fred Roth ; directed by Fred Waller (10 min.) --
Jittering jitter-bugs (1935) / Sack Amusement Enterprises presents ; musical score, Lee Norman (11 min.) --
Jubilee, strictly G.I. (1944) / [Armed Forces Radio Service] (10 min.) --
We work again (1937) / produced by the Works Projects Administration of the Federal Works Agency (11 min.) --
Negro colleges in war time (1943) / [Tuskegee Institute, Prairie View, TX] ; produced by the Office of War Information, Bureau of Motion Pictures (9 min.) --
Integration report 1 (1960) / [Montgomery, AL, Monroe, NC, Brooklyn, NY] ; Andover Productions presents ; narration by Loften Mitchell ; produced by Madeline Anderson (21 min.) --
Farmer Henry Browne (1942) / director, Roger Barlow (11 min.) --
The Negro in industry (1962) : one in a series of motion pictures dedicated to Negro America / Liggett & Myers, makers of Chesterfield, present ; produced by E.M. Glucksman (11 min.) --
The Negro in sports (1949) : one in a series of motion pictures dedicated to Negro America / Liggett & Myers, makers of Chesterfield, present ; produced by E.M. Glucksman (11 min.) --
The Negro in entertainment (1939) : one in a series of motion pictures dedicated to Negro America / Liggett & Myers, makers of Chesterfield, present ; produced by E.M. Glucksman (11 min.) --
Negro pilots (1943) / U.S. Army Air Forces, Wright Field Material Command (7 min.) --
Blues and boogie (1945) / Official Films presents ; a musical film revue (9 min.) --
Bipp bang boogie (1944) / Alfred N. Sack presents ; with Broadway and Harlem's brightest stars ; director, Sam Elljay ; a Harlemwood Studios Production ; distributed by Sack Amusement Enterprises (6 min.) --
All-colored vaudeville show (1935) / Vitaphone presents ; a Vitaphone Pepper Pot (11 min.) --
The Darktown revue (1931) / Micheaux Films presents (19 min.) --
A study of educational inequalities in South Carolina (1936) : a visual presentation by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People ; an NAACP production (silent with no musical accompaniment, 33 min.).

Abstract:

Jubilee, strictly G.I.: Filmed excerpts from the AFRS radio program Jubilee as broadcast in January, 1944. Eddie "Rochester" Anderson and Lena Horne sing "Life is full of consequences," Babe Wallace sings "Bring enough clothes for three days," Lena Horne sings "The man I love."

We work again: Documents the activities of blacks under the Works Progress Administration.

Blues and boogie: Contains three soundies: Maxine Brown sings "Some of these days"; Maurice Rocco sings "Beat me daddy"; Nat King Cole and Ida James sing "Is you or is you ain't my baby."

Movies made for and by African-Americans during the first half of the 20th century.

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