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To Hear Your Banjo Play: Film Facts

1946, Film: 35mm
16 minutes, Black and White
Description: The story of Pete Seeger and the birth of banjo music throughout the Southern United States. Written by Alan Lomax and directed by Irving Lerner, this short feature includes performances from Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Baldwin Hawes, Sonny Terry, Brownee McGhee, Texas Gladden, and Margot Mayo's Square Dance Group.
Featuring: Pete Seeger
Copyright: 1946, Irving Lerner & Willard Van Dyke
Filmmaker(s): Charles Korvin, Irving Lerner, Willard Van Dyke
Produced by: Irving Lerner with Willard Van Dyke
Cinematography: Richard Leacock
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Acknowledgements: Written and Narrated by Alan Lomax Featuring Peter Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Baldwin Hawes, Sonny Terry, Brownie McGhee, Texas Gladden, and Margot Mayo's American Square Dance Group

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