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02/07/2010

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Michael Carbonell

When I was in College 1968 I heard Cotton Watt's comedy on an album. H ow can I obtain a CD of his work?

Jay Farella

I saw the 1951 act while doing

Antebellum minstrel research.

Never realized in occurred

in1951, never mind 1967.

Jay Farella

Mike Morgan

Does anyone have other information on Cotton Watts? He is my Great Uncle, buried in Westview cemetery in Atlanta. I know his act was questionable, but I am doing family tree research and any info would be helpful. I remember my father and grandmother speaking of him.

R

That scene is from "Yes, Sir, Mr. Bones", a 1951 Ron Ormond movie. Jail Bait was taken over by Howco of which Ormond owned a portion and the soundtrack of Jail Bait is lifted from another Howco/Ormond production, "Mesa of Lost Women". Ormond, who was from the South, infamously made movies like "The Burning Hell" and "If Footmen Tire You What Would Horses Do" after he found religion in the late '60s.

MBT Online

I just realized I'll still be typing next week if I keep talking about the great stuff we've gotten, so I'm going to list it!

Air Jordan

No; we have been as usual asking the wrong question. It does not matter a hoot what the mockingbird on the chimney is singing. The real and proper question is: Why is it beautiful?"

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