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"Sam 'N' Henry" (Correll and Gosden) - Sam's Speech At The Colored Lodge / Sam 'N' Henry At The Fortune Tellers album

"Sam 'N' Henry" (Correll and Gosden) - Sam's Speech At The Colored Lodge / Sam 'N' Henry At The Fortune Tellers album
  • Performer "Sam 'N' Henry" (Correll and Gosden)
  • Title Sam's Speech At The Colored Lodge / Sam 'N' Henry At The Fortune Tellers
  • Date of release 1926
  • Style Comedy
  • Other formats AU AUD AHX ADX VOX ASF WMA
  • Genre Audio records
  • Size MP3 1453 mb
  • Size FLAC 1472 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 465

The series was produced by Freemad Gosden and Charles Correll, the two actors who had created and starred in the radio version. Only Ernestine Wade and Amanda Randolph were brought over from the radio cast. Set in Harlem, Amos 'n' Andy centered around the activities of George Stevens, a conniving character who was always looking for a way to make a fast buck. Madame Queen was Andy's friend and Lightnin' was the slow-moving janitor at the lodge. Civil rights groups such as the NAACP had long protested the series as fostering racial stereotypes, to little avail. Amos 'n' Andy drew sizable audiences during its two-year CBS run, and was widely rerun on local stations for the next decade.

Sam 'n' Henry" started slowly. Listeners were unaccustomed to the idea of a dramatic serial, and the earliest episodes tended to include long stretches of wordplay and traditional sounding "blackface" dialogue - allowing listeners familiar with that style to be drawn into the story by the easily-recognizable characterizations

Sam 'n' Henry was a radio series by Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll that aired on Chicago radio station WGN in 1926–28. The ten-minute program is often considered the first situation comedy. Gosden and Correll reworked the premise on a more ambitious scale to create their long-run radio show Amos 'n' Andy. Characters and history. In late 1925, radio performers Gosden and Correll had been approached about doing a show based on Sidney Smith's popular comic strip The Gumps.

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Tracklist

A Sam's Speech At The Colored Lodge
B Sam 'N' Henry At The Fortune Tellers

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.

Credits

  • Written-By – Correll And Gosden

Notes

Side A recorded May 27, 1926.
Side B recorded May 28, 1926.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side stamped): X20093A 5 VE(in an oval) 2
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side stamped): T20093B 4 VE(in an oval) 1