Lobby card for Bargain with Bullets

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During the segregation era, an independent industry dedicated to the production of “race movies” for African American audiences emerged in response to the exclusion of black artists from Hollywood and to counter the negative, stereotypical representations of African Americans in mainstream movies. Help us transcribe this lobby card for the 1937 film "Bargain with Bullets" to learn more about films produced for black audiences in the 1930s.

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