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[WWII - Paul Robeson Singing at His Birthday Party]
PAUL ROBESON
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Paul Robeson entertaining a gathering in Moscow, Russia.
A huge gathering at Green Park, Moscow. Paul Robeson an American African American singer entertains and sings national songs in Russian and English. 1949. Location: Moscow Russia Soviet Union. Date: 1949.
PAUL ROBESON TALKS ABOUT VD
The legendary Paul Robeson closes out a film geared towards black American servicemen about the transmission of disease through sexual contact.
(MOSCOW CELEBRATES PAUL ROBESON'S 60th BIRTHDAY)
Unused / unissued material - <br/> <br/>Russian titles. 'Our Comrade - Paul Robeson' <br/> <br/>Moscow, Russia, Soviet Union, USSR. Moscow celebrates Paul Robeson's 60th Birthday. <br/> <br/>CU portrait of singer Paul Robeson. Two CUs audience. LS portrait of Robeson placed on curtain of stage. MS Novelist Boris Polevoi speaking. CU Robeson. CU Robeson and family. VS audience. CU Robeson singing in Russian. O/H audience applauding. MS Robeson being presented with flowers. CU Robeson holding flowers. O/H audience applauding. CU Robeson. <br/> <br/>Lav.
1940s NEWSREELS
SCU MAYOR KELLY & PAUL ROBESON
Announcement of the concert tribute to Albert Kerbonne
PAUL ROBESON ESTATE AUCTION (2/12/1997)
The estate of the late singer Paul Robeson has been put up for auction. He was a great but controversial singer of the 20's and 30's. His political views were not quite aligned with the mainstream thinking of the day and his popularity suffered because of it.
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Receiving line at Soviet embassy in Washington during anniversary reception commemorating the October Revolution
Speech against US presence in Korea, protests against the atomic bomb, and Robeson's song for peace. 1950s
Speech against US presence in Korea (1950s). Peace in West: a call for a ban against the atomic bomb in the USA/GB. Frederic Joliot Curie's speech, Paul Robeson: song for peace (1951).
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ROBESON EXHIBIT (4/9/1998)
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of Paul Robeson's birth, an exhibit of pertinent things opens at the New York Historical Society. Robeson, who "owns" the song "Old Man River" for all practical purposes, was an African-American with a magnificent singing voice and unpopular political views. His rendition of "Old Man River" from "Showboat" made him his mark in show business.
The lost taste of tomato
( PAUL ROBESON SINGS IN MOSCOW )
Unused / unissued material - <br/> <br/>Moscow, Russia, Soviet Union, USSR. <br/> <br/>CU American Singer Paul Robeson presented with bouquets. CU Robeson. VS Robeson's wife being greeted. CU Robeson wipes his eyes and speaks. CU Robeson singing spiritual. VS little boy kisses Robeson and audience applauds, Robeson applauds them. <br/> <br/>(Neg.) Old record suggests material dates from around 18/09/1958.
Paul Robeson, an American singer, actor and political activist, in New York City during his 46th Birthday celebration.
Paul Robeson (Paul LeRoy Bustill Robeson) at the 17th Regiment Armory, at 34th Street and Park Avenue, in Manhattan. Paul Robeson, an American singer, actor and political activist gives a speech during a celebration of Robeson's 46th birthday and the anniversary of the Council on African Affairs. Cameramen click pictures in the foreground. He sings on the stage, including the song "I dreamed I Saw Joe Hill Last Night." Candles are lit on the stage in the foreground. Flags in the background. Location: New York City USA. Date: April 16, 1944.
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News In Brief -- Jackie Robinson Replies to Paul Robeson
PAUL ROBESON DEMONSTRATIONS - 1
Images of protest against Paul Robeson in Peekskill, New York. White Americans carrying patriotic flags and parading in the town. Paul Robeson's image on a protest sign. Image of angry crowds standing and yelling at a motorcade. Guards holding the crowd back. A group of police officers walking. Large group of white and black people sitting and standing in a large, outdoor, public area.
1950s NEWSREELS
AFRICAN AMERICAN SINGER, ACTOR, ACTIVIST PAUL ROBESON ENTERS BUILDING
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Soviet embassy in Washington, DC throws lavish party for 35th anniversary of the Russian Revolution
Paul Robeson, an American singer, actor and political activist gives a speech in New York City during his 46th birthday event.
Famous African American singer Paul Robeson, (Paul LeRoy Bustill Robeson) in New York City during a celebration event of Robeson?s 46th birthday and the anniversary of the Council on African Affairs. The event is at the 17th Regiment Armory in New York at 34th Street and Park Avenue. Paul Robeson gives a speech and excerpts of the speech are heard. He speaks about his life as an African American in America. He says that he is proud to be an African American American. He speaks about African American people and their progress looking to the future. He expresses his interest in knowing and appreciating different people, their languages and culture. He talks of the struggle of people all over the world to attain freedom. He speaks out against the growth of fascism in the world (speech is during World War 2). Lit candles are seen on the stage in the foreground and flags in the background. Location: New York City USA. Date: April 16, 1944.
JACKIE ROBINSON RETROSPECTIVE (4/14/1997)
A retrospective of Jackie Robinson’s career.
1940s NEWSREELS
BLACK MAN HOLDS UP POSTER OF PAUL ROBESON.