Bull-Dogger-Crimson Skull-Green Eyed Monster-Love Bug-1920's p
Just in time for the upcoming 2018 Black History Month-a four film booking promotion-Book the 4 and Pack 'Em In!-includes four Richard Norman films from the late teen's and 1920's-a great piece of early African-American cinema history.
The Bull-Dogger-the 1921 Norman Film Studio's African American bullfighting cowboy western-Featuring The Colored Hero of the Mexican Bull Ring in Death Defying Feats of Courage and Skill-Thrills! Laughs too!-Bill Pickett fighting a wild Mexican Bull-starring Bill Pickett-World's Colored Champion-Bennie Turpin-Anita Bush AND
The Love Bug-the 1919 African American drama starring Billy Mills-Maud Frisbie-Robert Stewart-Maud Johnson-the 425-pound marvel-AND
The Crimson Skull-the 1921 Norman Film Studio's silent "all colored cast" African American mystery cowboy western starring Anita Bush ("Little Mother of Colored Drama")-Lawrence Chenault-Bill Pickett-World Champion Wild West Performer-Steve Reynolds-the One Legged Marvel-and 30 Colored Cowboys AND
The Green-Eyed Monster-the 1919 Norman Film Studio's African American silent romantic railroad train adventure-billed as a Stupendous All-Star Negro Motion Picture-Endorsed by the most Prominent Colored People of America as being the greatest picture of its kind-Five smashing reels of Thrills! Action!! Punch!!!-the Green Eyed Monster refers to both jealousy and one of the trains in the movie starring Jack Austin-Louise Dunbar-Steve Reynolds-Robert Stewart