Hattie McDaniel

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1935 Shirley Temple & Hattie McDaniel in The Little Colonel, helping to knock down the walls for African American Actors!

Shirley Temple & Hattie McDaniel (1935)

1935 Shirley Temple & Hattie McDaniel in The Little Colonel, helping to knock down the walls for African American Actors!

1935 Shirley Temple & Hattie McDaniel in The Little Colonel

Mammy Black Enamel ---------------------------------------- (actually.I'm not thinking this ad's "cool" I'm thinking its pretty darn racist. But its also par for the course at the time).

Mammy Black Enamel The stereotype that her detractors accused Hattie McDaniel of perpetuating.

Hattie McDaniel and James Lloyd Crawford. She played "Mammy" in "Gone With the Wind"--and won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress (the first African American to do so). African American Weddings, African American History, Celebrity Couples, Celebrity Weddings, Vintage Wedding Photos, Vintage Weddings, Black Weddings, Wedding Pictures, Classic Hollywood

Hattie McDaniel and James Lloyd Crawford - FamousFix

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She was the first African-American to win an Academy Award. She won the award for Best Supporting Actress for her role of Mammy in Gone with the Wind Look at that beautiful glowing complexion and wonderful smile. Black Actresses, Classic Actresses, Classic Movies, Old Hollywood Stars, Classic Hollywood, Hollywood Glamour, Hattie Mcdaniel, Famous Women, Famous People

Hattie McDaniel: African American Actor

Hattie McDaniel was an American actress and the first African-American to win an Academy Award. She won the award for Best Supporting Actress for her role of Mammy in Gone with the Wind.

Hattie McDaniel's Oscar Bequeathed to Howard University - Jet Magazine, November 1952

Hattie McDaniel's Oscar Bequeathed to Howard University - Jet Magazine, November 20, 1952

Click the "All Sizes" button above to read an article or to see the image clearly. These scans come from my rather large magazine collection. Instead of filling my house with old moldy magazines, I scanned them (in most cases, photographed them) and filled a storage area with moldy magazines. Now they reside on an external harddrive. I thought others might appreciate these tidbits of forgotten history. Please feel free to leave any comments or thoughts or impressions... Thanks in advance!

She may have been a maid but Oscar-winning Hattie McDaniel starred in Beulah which for the fifties was a miracle. This was the first TV show to star an African American. Louise Beavers, Comedy Series, Tv Series, Ethel Waters, Hattie Mcdaniel, Star Of The Day, Black Actresses, Hollywood Actresses, Colors

Hattie McDaniel in Picture The Beulah Show is an American situation-comedy series that ran on CBS Radio from 1945 to 1954, and on ABC Television from 1950 to 1952. The show is notable for being the first sitcom to star an African American actress.Ethel Waters, Hattie McDaniel, and Louise Beavers starred as Beulah during the television series.

margaretroses: “Hattie McDaniel in a wardrobe still for Gone With The Wind ““I naturally felt I could create in it something distinctive and unique” - on her role as Mammy in the film, for.

In The Spotlight Redux - Page 26

Stein's Blackface cream from the half of the Century. Hattie McDaniel's troupe relied on burnt cork.

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Hattie McDaniel was the first African-American person to win an Academy Award. She won as Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her role of Mammy in "Gone With The Wind". Old Hollywood Stars, Old Hollywood Movies, Classic Hollywood, African American Movies, Hattie Mcdaniel, Indie Films, Vintage Black Glamour, Black Artwork, Black Pride

Hattie McDaniel was the first African-American person to win an Academy Award. She won as Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her role of Mammy in "Gone With The Wind".

Thousands Attend Funeral for Soror Hattie McDaniel - Jet Magazine, November 1952

Thousands Attend Funeral for Hattie McDaniel - Jet Magazine, November 13, 1952

Click the "All Sizes" button above to read an article or to see the image clearly. These scans come from my rather large magazine collection. Instead of filling my house with old moldy magazines, I scanned them (in most cases, photographed them) and filled a storage area with moldy magazines. Now they reside on an external harddrive. I thought others might appreciate these tidbits of forgotten history. Please feel free to leave any comments or thoughts or impressions... Thanks in advance!

Hattie McDaniel (June 1895 - October The beautiful, legendary and highly influential Academy Award-winning Actress, Singer-songwriter and Comedian, on the set of the CBS Radio Program, THE BEULAH SHOW Golden Age Of Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Old Hollywood, Classic Actresses, Hollywood Actresses, In Memorian, Hattie Mcdaniel, Real Movies, Gone With The Wind

Hattie McDaniel (June 10, 1895 - October 26, 1952) The beautiful, legendary and highly influential Academy Award-winning Actress, Singer-songwriter and Comedian, on the set of the CBS Radio Program, THE BEULAH SHOW (1949)