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    Group of 27 Lobby Cards for Multiple Black Films. Including:

    New Orleans (United Artists, 1947).
    Title lobby card & lobby cards (7), 14" x 11"
    No place; 1947

    Starring Woody Herman, Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday, Arturo De Cordovo, Dorothy Patrick. Directed by Arthur Lubin.

    Jittering Jitterbug (Sack Amusement, 1943).
    One lobby card, 14" x 11"
    No place; 1943

    Starring Hamtree Harrington and featuring Arthur White's Lindy Hoppers.

    Reet-Petite and Gone (Astor Pictures, 1947).
    One title lobby card, 14" x 11"
    No place; 1947

    Starring Louis Jordan, June Richmond, Bea Griffith, Lorenzo Tucker, and others. Directed by William Forest Crouch. Bright color and terrific images of the cast.

    Love In Syncopation (Astor Pictures, 1946).
    Title lobby card and one lobby card, 14" x 11"
    No place; 1946

    Starring Ruby Dee, Harrel Tillman, June Eckstine, and Powell Lindsay. Directed by Leonard Anderson.

    Manhattan Merry-Go-Round (Republic, 1937).
    Title lobby card, 14" x 11"
    No place; 1937

    Starring Phil Regan, Leo Carrillo, Ann Dvorak, Tamara Geva , James Gleason, Cab Calloway and His Cotton Club Orchestra, Joe Di Maggio, and Gene Autry. Directed by Charles Reisner.

    I Love a Bandleader (Columbia, 1945).
    Two lobby cards, 14" x 11"
    No place; 1945

    Starring Phil Harris, Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Walter Catlett, Frank Sully and James Burke. Directed by Del Lord.

    Beale Street Mama (Sack Amusement, 1946).
    Title lobby card and two lobby cards, 14" x 11"
    No place; 1946

    Starring July Jones, Spencer Williams, and Rosalie Larrimore. Directed by Spencer Williams of Amos and Andy television fame.

    That Man of Mine (Astor Pictures, 1946).
    Two title lobby cards, 14" x 11"
    No place; 1946

    Starring Ruby Dee, Ann Mae Winburne's International Sweethearts of Rhythm, Billie and Millie, Kenneth Broomes, Rhina Harris, Flo Hawkins, and Henri Woode. Directed by Leonard Anderson.

    Murder with Music (Sack Amusement, 1941).
    Three title lobby cards, 14" x 11"
    No place; 1941

    Starring Nellie Hill, Noble Sissle, Bill Dillard, and Skippy Williams.

    O'Voutie O'Rooney (Astor Pictures, 1947).
    Title lobby card and three lobby cards, 14" x 11"
    No place; 1947

    Starring Slim Gaillard and Mabel Lee. Directed by Jack Rieger.

    Condition: These unrestored lobby cards may have general signs of use, such as slight edge wear, small corner bumps or bends, pinholes, or very minor tears. Minor toning or soiling in places. Overall good color and overall appearance.


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