Musical comedies. Black Broadway. [Programs]

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Musical comedies. Black Broadway. [Programs]

Musical comedies. Black Broadway. [Programs]

various pieces.

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Bubbles, John W.

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John W. Bubbles (1902-1986) was an American vaudeville performer, dancer, singer and entertainer. John W. Bubbles was born John William Sublett in Louisville, Kentucky on February 19, 1902. His family moved to Indianapolis as a youth, where he met and formed a partnership with Ford L. "Buck" Washington. In 1919, they began performing as "Buck and Bubbles" with Buck playing piano and singing while Bubbles tapped. They appeared in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1931 and were the ...

Cook, Charles, 1917-1991

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Charles "Cookie" Cook, a vaudeville tap and acrobatic dancer and teacher for more than fifty years, began performing as a child with Garbage and the Two Cans and Sarah Venable and Her Picks. In 1930, he and Ernest (Brownie) Brown formed the headline dance and comedy team Cook and Brown. Their act, seen in such venues as New York's Cotton Club, combined tumbling, dance and comedic patter. Cook was one of the members of The Copasetics, the fraternity of black entertainers that was influential in t...

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