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A Rhapsody in Black and Blue
"1932 Film Short"
The 1932 film "A Rhapsody in Black and Blue" starring Louis Armstrong was directed by Aubrey Scotto, with screenplay written by Phil Cohan.
In this film short a husband (Sidney Easton) who listens to jazz instead of cleaning the floor is clobbered with a mop by his wife (Fanny Belle DeKnight). While he's unconscious Easton dreams that he's the King of Jazzmania, a land of hot jazz and soap-suds where Louis Armstrong performs two of his biggest hits of the period "I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You" and "Shine" for his entertainment.
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