Black Talkies at Mayme Clayton

243Join Black Talkies on Parade May 24 at 4 pm for a classic afternoon at the movies with Oscar Micheaux’s Lying Lips. The film features the first on screen appearance by Earl Jones, the father of James Earl Jones. Edna Mae Harris stars as Elsie Bellwood, a nightclub singer who is framed for murder, but is saved by her former manager turned detective played by Carman Newsome. The sounds of Harlem in the late 30’s are captured in this film with performances by Edna Mae Harris and other nightclub singers of the era. Celebrate one of America’s greatest filmmakers at MCLM and stay for our discussion after the film.

Screening is FREE!
Address:
Mayme A. Clayton Library and Museum
4130 Overland Ave.
Culver City, CA 90230
310-202-1647
www.ClaytonMuseum.org

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  1. I am so excited to welcome the Mayme Clayton Library and Museum to Culver City. More than a “Library” and more than a “Museum”.

    Recent programs have included Jazz music events including honoring Ella Fitzgerald, a cross-cultural community dialogue (ongoing)and a current display of images from Watts Riots and LA Riots.

    Let’s support this vital addition to our community!

    Check out their webstite http://www.claytonmuseum.org or call for hours 310 202-1647

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