Despite the slapstick atmosphere there, the inhabitants of Moms' theatrical boarding house in Harlem are broke and in danger of losing their home. For some ready cash, they trick a producer into helping them put on a show, featuring a variety of black specialty acts.
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Sure, I like Cab Calloway. Everybody talks about it. I know it. Say Cab treats me like a dog. He does. Treats me like a dog? He called me a dog. Yes, he did. What did he call me? "An old dog". Sometime, I wish I was a dog and he was a tree. I'd get even, I'm telling you that much!
Featured in It's Black Entertainment
IT AIN'T LIKE THAT
Written by Hot Lips Page
Performed by Una Mae Carlisle See more