|Genres||Documentary History Music|
|Director||William Greaves G. William Jones|
|Writers||G. William Jones
|Cast||Albert Ammons Louis Armstrong Eubie Blake Clarence Brooks Cab Calloway Nat 'King' Cole Bing Crosby Sammy Davis Jr. Duke Ellington Stepin Fetchit William Greaves Alfred Hawkins Adolf Hitler Pete Johnson July Jones Clarence Muse Fayard Nicholas Harold Nicholas Jesse Owens Paul Robeson|
|Plot||This documentary presents clips from black films from 1929 through 1957. Musical performers include Paul Robeson (in Song of Freedom), Bessie Smith (St. Louis Blues), Eubie Blake and the Nicholas Brothers (Pie-Pie Blackbird), Lena Horne (Boogie Woogie Dream), Nat 'King' Cole (Killer Diller), Sammy Davis Jr. (Rufus Jones for President), Cab Calloway (Jitterbug Party), and Ethel Waters (Carib Gold). Dramatic excerpts include Murder in Harlem (1935), Juke Joint (1947), and Souls of Sin (1949). Also included are clips from white films stereotyping blacks, including Griffith's Birth of a Nation, and a blackfaced Bing Crosby in Crooner's Holiday (1934).... see That's Black Entertainment on IMDb|
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