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Auction History Result
Lot #: 133 CHECK & DOUBLE CHECK UF WCDate Sold 12/14/1992
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Check and Double Check, the 1930 Melville W. Brown (billed as "Mel Brown") Amos & Andy slapstick family relationship black African American-played-by-white-actors-in-blackface comedy ("Amos 'n' Andy on the screen! All Talking"; "Here they are! On the screen!"; "Their first all-talking motion picture"; the first and only movie adapted from the hit radio show, with the white voice actors playing their parts in blackface) starring Freeman F. Gosden (in the title role as Amos), Charles J. Correll (in the title role as as Andy), Irene Rich, Sue Carol, Ralf Harolde, Russ Powell (as Kingfish), and Roscoe Ates. Note that this was the only movie ever adapted from this extremely popular radio series, and RKO created a wonderful one-sheet for it. In 1951 to 1953, there was a very popular TV show, which starred black African American actors in the lead roles (and it is never shown, because of "political correctness", which is a shame, because it is an excellent series).
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