TODDY PICTURES (ca. 1945) Set of 6 lobby cards from Black cast films

$300.00

[New York]: Toddy Pictures, [ca. 1945].  Set of six (6) vintage original 11 x 14″ (28 x 36 cm.) lobby cards, with very slight signs of scattered handling, generally NEAR FINE to JUST ABOUT FINE.

Toddy was a company which specialized in distributing Black cast films to segregated African American movie theaters. These six cards are for re-releases of five different Black cast films:

VOODOO DEVIL DRUMS (1934, originally released as DRUMS O’ VOODOO) Horror film set in Louisiana.

CROOKED MONEY (1940, originally released as WHILE THOUSANDS CHEER) Two different cards from this film with football star Kenny Washington about rigged sports games.

PIGMEAT’S LAUGH HEPCATS (1940, originally released as MR. SMITH GOES GHOST) Horror comedy starring Pigmeat Markham.

RACKET DOCTOR (1940, originally released as AM I GUILTY?)

MR. WASHINGTON GOES TO TOWN (1941).

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