Ten Nights in the Bar Room | Chicago Reader

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This 1926 adaptation of a temperance play performed in black communities had the longest run of any “race” film in the silent era—four weeks in New York. Roy Calnek directed two leading black stage actors of the period, Lawrence Chenault and Charles Gilpin. 65 min.

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