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SCENES FROM Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

[[top left image - black & white photograph of a woman singing on stage]]Theresa Merritt

[[top right image - black & white photograph of two actors in a scene]]Leonard Jackson and Joe Seneca

[[bottom image - black & white photograph of four actors playing musical instruments]]
Charles S. Dutton, Robert Judd, Leonard Jackson and Joe Seneca.

[[credit on bottom image]] BERT ANDREWS

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Rum & Tonic Starring in:


It's getting great reviews on Broadway and all over America. Puerto Rican white rum has a smoothness vodka or gin can't match, because it's aged for smoothness and taste. 
Enjoy white rum and tonic tonight. You'll agree - it's a tough act to follow. 


Aged for smoothness and taste. [[logo]]


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