Go Down Death

August 12

Go Down Death is a 1944 film about an African American community who’s Juke Joint customers begin to diminish upon the arrival of a new preacher to the community church. The Juke Joint owner makes it his point to capture a compromising photo of the preacher to shake things up. The movie can be seen at the Harvey B. Gantt Center as a part of their film series. Details.

Categories: Past Sightings


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