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BOY WHAT A GIRL 1947

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BOY WHAT A GIRL 1947
U.S. film. All-black rhythm & blues, vocal group musical. Slam Stewart Trio, Big Sid Catlett, Deek Watson and The Brown Dots, The Harlemaniacs. Songs include: "Satchel Mouth Baby," "Just In Case You Change Your Mind," "Oh Me, Oh My, Oh Gosh," "Slamboree," "I Just Refuse To Sing The Blues," "Crazy Riffin." Appearance by Gene Krupa. Awesome jitterbugging by the Lindy Dancers.

Plus this bonus selection...

BLACK JAZZ AND BLUES
"St. Louis Blues" 1929 featuring Bessie Smith's only surviving film appearance. "Symphony In Black" (A Rhapsody Of Negro Life) 1935 featuring Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday in her film debut and wild swing dancing! "Caldonia" 1945 Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five belt out several fantastic rhythm & blues tunes!


BOY WHAT A GIRL 1947 movie on DVD!


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