Thanks to Wayne Blair of Brisbane, Australia for the picture of this wonderful original film poster.
Ask Uncle Sol
The Big Apple
Call Of The Jitterbug
Can't Top the LHop
Day At The Races
All That Jazz
Queen of Swing
Radio City Revels
The Spirit Moves Stompin' at theSavoy
Swingin'at the Savoy
Symphony in Black
The Congaroo Dancers do a Lindy Hop routine next to a prop palm tree. They dance extremely fast with excellent execution to the music of Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy. This dance scene from Killer Diller can be found on the DVD collection Jammin' with the Greats at SavoyStyle.
Killer Diller is a film recreation of an all-black musical variety show, with the story of a magician who does disappearing acts tying together the program. Includes performances by the Clark Brothers, the Nat "King" Cole Trio (with Oscar Moore and Johnny Miller), Dusty "Open the Door, Richard" Fletcher, Andy Kirk and his Band, the Congeroo Dancers, Jackie "Moms" Mabley, Butterfly McQueen, Beverly White and George Wiltshire. Numbers include "Ain't Misbehavin'," "Breezy and the Bass," "Don't
Sit on My Bed," "I Believe," "If I Didn't Care," "Now He Tells Me" and "Ooh Kick a Rooney."
Willa Mae Ricker
Written and researched by Judy Pritchett with Frankie Manning (C)1995,1996,1997.May be reproduced only with explicit written permission. Last updated:15 August 2011. Send your suggestions, corrections or comments to firstname.lastname@example.orgThis Archive is also part of the World Lindy Hop Federation Archives maintained by Keith Hughes.