Balliett, Whitney
June 1961
New Yorker;6/24/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 19, p70
The article focuses on the exhibition of jazz shorts by advertiser Ernest R. Smith in an auditorium in Freedom House in the U.S. The films that have opened and closed the program are "Saint Louis Blues" and "Jammin' the Blues." Included in the jazz shorts run off by Smith in between the films are "Black and Tan Fantasy" and "Symphony in Black."


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