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Smash Your Baggage (1933)

 -  Musical | Short
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A group of redcaps in a train station perform musical numbers to raise money for a sick member of their group.

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Small's Paradise Entertainers ...
Train Station Redcaps
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Wayman Carver ...
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Leonard Davis ...
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Dick Fulbright ...
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When a porter is hospitalized with a berth mark (putting his head in the wrong berth), the Benevolent Protective Society calls on the Black Knights of the Red Cap to do a show to raise money. A grand dress rehearsal in the high-ceilinged station starts at 4 a.m. An 11-piece band plays an up-tempo piece, followed by two tap dancing numbers: couples perform and give way to dancing red caps, then the men dance an even faster one with athleticism and acrobatics. A woman seated with her luggage sings the blues, followed by a male dancer who uses a jump rope, and a finale with a chorus line of maids in uniform and couples dancing. Board the Tropical Express and the Sunshine Limited. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Vitaphone release #1387. See more »

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Bugle Call Rag
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Written by Jack Pettis, Billy Meyers, and Elmer Schoebel
Performed by Small's Paradise Entertainers
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Great Black Short Musical!
9 June 2002 | by (Michigan) – See all my reviews

I've just started collecting black short films, you'll have a hard time finding them or trying to catch it on Turner Classic Movies but when you find it, it'll be worth it. Great singing and dancing, but what I hate is the fact that they don't introduce themselves or call their names, because you'll wanna know who some of these people are and you'll wanna see more of their work or you've seen them in other films or shorts, but you'll find out who they are in due time. This is great because it just gives you an idea of what was in and what they were doing in that era, the latest dancing and singing. Great fun.


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