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Cap'n Andy Hawks (Character)
from Show Boat (1951)

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Alternate Names:
Capt. Andy Hawks

Filmography

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  1. "Great Performances"
        - Show Boat (1989) TV episode, Played by Eddie Bracken

  2. Show Boat (1951) Played by Joe E. Brown

  3. Till the Clouds Roll By (1946) Played by William Halligan

  4. Show Boat (1936) Played by Charles Winninger
    ... aka "Edna Ferber's Show Boat" - USA (complete title)

  5. Show Boat (1929) Played by Otis Harlan (as Capt. Andy Hawks)

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Quotes:
From Show Boat (1936)
Chorus: [first lines; the opening credits are halfway through and still being shown, when we hear the black chorus singing offscreen:] Darkies all work while the white men play,/Loading up boats with the bales of cotton/ Gittin' no rest till de Judgement Day. /Git yourself a brand new gal, /A lovin' baby who's the apple of your eye,/ Coal Black Rose or High Brown Sal,/ They always bake the sparrer and the chickin pie!/ Darkies all work on the Mississippi,/Darkies all work while the white folks play/ Loadin' those boats with the bales of cotton, / Gittin' no rest till the Judgement Day.
[steamboat whistle sounds offscreen and picture changes to a shot of the showboat arriving in the distance and the black chorus singing onscreen]
Chorus: Cotton Blossom, Cotton Blossom,/ Long to see you growin' free,/When they pack you on the levee/ you're a heavy load to me!/ Cotton Blossom, Cotton Blossom/ Long to see you growin' wild...
Young Black Man: There's the show boat!
Chorus: [singing] On the levee, you're too heavy/ For this poor black child!
[the workers run to the dock. The calliope plays as we see shots of townspeople running toward the dock. Then band plays]
Parthy: [on the boat, over the noise of the band] Andy! Andy!
Cap'n Andy Hawks: Goshamighty, woman, what's eatin' ya?
Parthy: Did you tell the band to wear their new uniforms?
Cap'n Andy Hawks: Course I did. What did we get 'em fer?
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