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|Directed by||Oscar Micheaux Leonard Harper|
|Produced by||Oscar Micheaux
Alice B. Russell
|Written by||Oscar Micheaux|
Donald Heywood Choir
Darktown Revue (1931) is an 18-minute American Pre-Code short film by Oscar Micheaux, his first short venture into sound film. The dances and ensembles were co-directed by Leonard Harper and the picture was shot along with their feature length all-black talkie, The Exile. As in many early talkies, the camera-work is extremely static. The film included choral singing and several vaudeville acts, including the comedy duo of Tim Moore and Andrew Tribble doing a routine about a haunted house.
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-  Archived December 25, 2014, at the Wayback Machine.
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