Duke Ellington’s Black and Tan – 1929

Duke Ellington makes his film debut in the short produced in 1929 based on his pivotal composition Black and Tan

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Lady Life Guards – 1930’s

Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation is just a click away with our next short feature, Lady Life Guards, produced during the 1930’s.  

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The Brown Sisters: Underneath the Harlem Moon – 1930’s

In this clip, the undocumented Brown sisters sing the number “Underneath the Harlem Moon.” The soulful trio starts the song

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I’ll Be Glad when You’re Dead You Rascal, You – 1930’s

Max Fleischer paired Betty Boop with viper man Louis Armstrong in the mid 1930’s. In it Fleischer mixes jazz, live action,

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New Orleans – 1920’s

Newsreel documentary from the 1920’s with photography and animations illustrating old New Orleans, the Crescent City, at work and at

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Mills Brothers: I Ain’t Got Nobody – 1930’s

An authentic, rare classic version of the standard “I Ain’t Got Nobody,” sung by the Mills Brothers, shot in the

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Minnie the Moocher with Cab Calloway & Betty Boop – 1930’s

Starting with a phenomenal live moment where Cab Calloway free-form dances to his orchestra swinging slow & sweet to St.

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Walkin’ Home, Again – 1920’s

A bevy of flappers prances around the beach, having such a good time they can’t help but strip to their

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Mack Sennett: The Bees Buzz – 1929

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Betty Boop and the Little King – 1936

Is it any wonder that the first alternative comic book artists like R. Crumb and Kim Deitch give immense credit

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