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Curious Cases of Lost Balls by William Heath Robinson. Print available to buy from http://www.filepress.co.uk/shop/product/355

Shirley Temple and Bill Robinson were the first inter-racial couple to dance on screen together. D.W Griffith could be quoted as saying; There is nothing, absolutely nothing, calculated to raise the gooseflesh on the back of an audience more than that of a white girl in relation to Negroes. After being introduced to each other in 1935, in the pre-production of The Little Colonel, Shirley would hold Robinson’s hand

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Bill (Bojangles) Robinson , from Richmond, starred in many film and stage productions. Shown here with Shirley Temple.

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Mr. Bojangles: The Biography of Bill Robinson (Paperback)

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Bill Robinson A.K.A. Bojangles and Other Female Dancer Performing

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Vicki Sue Robinson Vicki Sue Robinson (May 31 1954 April 27 2000) was an American theatre and film actress and singer closely associated with the disco era of late 1970s pop music; she is most famous for her 1976 hit Turn the Beat Around. Early life and career Born in Harlem New York to African-American Shakespearean actor Bill Robinson and his European-American wife Marianne a folk singer. Vicki Sue Robinson was reared in Philadelphia Pennsylvania for most of her early years returning…

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Bill Robinson and Lena Horne in a scene from Stormy Weather, , produced and released by 20th Century Fox in 1943. The film is one of two major Hollywood musicals produced in 1943 with primarily African-American casts, the other being MGM's Cabin in the Sky, and is considered a time capsule showcasing some of the top African-American performers of the time, during an era when black actors and singers rarely appeared in lead roles in mainstream Hollywood productions, particularly of the…