High Hat (film)

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High Hat
Directed by Clifford Sanforth
Produced by Clifford Sanforth (producer)
Written by Alma Sioux Scarberry (novel)
Sherman L. Lowe (screenplay)
Starring Frank Luther
Dorothy Dare
Music by Oliver Wallace
Cinematography Jack Greenhalgh
Edited by Charles Abbott
Release date
  • 1937 (1937)
Running time
74 minutes[1]
Country United States
Language English

High Hat is a 1937 American film directed by Clifford Sanforth.[1]


Swanee, the mentor and boyfriend of a classical singer, Elanda, who refuses to lower herself by singing swing music, until Swanee shows her the way.



  • Clarence Muse and Fretta Shaw Singers - "I Go Congo" (Written by Clarence Muse)


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