Spooks: Another entry in Educational's series featuring the singing and dancing of The Cabin Kids, a "down South" version of the Meglin Kiddies, but the kids are all black and most likely from New York and not the South. The Black-stereotypes of the era that Hollywood hung on most adult Black performers were also hung on the Cabin Kids. The Kids do a couple of songs and roll their eyes and get scared in this one, which IS a Sound film and not Silent as shown by some sources. Singing was not an attribute that popped up too often in "silent" movies.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||April 17, 1936|
|Genres:||Comedy Musical Short|
|Actors:||The Cabin Kids|
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