Alfred N. Sack
Alfred N. Sack
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|Born||October 22, 1898|
Vicksburg, Mississippi, USA
|Died||March 1, 1969 (aged 70)|
Dallas, Texas, USA
|Citizenship||United States of America|
Alfred N. Sack (1898 - 1969) was the proprietor of film distribution, production, and theater owning business Sack Amusements. Its business included many films starring African American casts, so-called race films. He worked with his brother Lester. They were Jewish. Sack dsitributed several Oscar Micheaux films. They also partnered with Spencer Williams on several films.
The brothers purchased the Lucas Theatre in Dallas, Texas. Sack secured a deal woth RKO to distribute four 2-reel films of "Negro spirituals".
They re-released some films.
- St. Louis Blues (1929)
- The Black King (1932)
- She Devil (1934), distributor
- Princess Tam Tam (1935), distributor, a French film adaptation of Pygmalion blocked from major distribution channels by censors in the U.S.
- The Broken Earth (1936)
- Underworld (1937), distributor
- Harlem on the Prairie (1937), distributor
- Policy Man (1938)
- Two-Gun Man from Harlem (1938), distributor
- Harlem Rides the Range (1939)
- The Devil's Daughter (1939)
- Midnight Shadow (1939)
- Moon Over Harlem (1939)
- The Bronze Buckaroo (1939)
- Lying Lips (1939)
- Gang War (1940 film)
- Son of Ingagi (1940)
- The Blood of Jesus (1941), distributor
- Beale Street Mama (1946)
- Juke Joint (film) (1947)
- The Girl in Room 20 (1949)
- Go Down, Death! (1944)
- Harlem Hot Shots (film) 
- Dirty Gertie from Harlem U.S.A. (1946)
- ↑ "TSHA | Film Industry". www.tshaonline.org.
- ↑ "PressReader.com - Your favorite newspapers and magazines". www.pressreader.com.
- ↑ "A time capsule from the earliest days of independent black cinema". Dallas News. August 5, 2016.
- ↑ Harris, Brandon (June 8, 2015). "Black America's Forgotten Film History" – via The New Republic.
- ↑ "Film World and A-V World News Magazine". September 22, 1945 – via Google Books.
- ↑ Bratkovich, Colin (May 8, 2014). Just Remember This. Xlibris Corporation. ISBN 9781483645193 – via Google Books.
- ↑ Scott, Ellen C. (January 14, 2015). Cinema Civil Rights: Regulation, Repression, and Race in the Classical Hollywood Era. Rutgers University Press. ISBN 9780813572925 – via Google Books.
- ↑ "Alfred N. Sack". BFI.
- ↑ "Request Rejected". nmaahc.si.edu.
- ↑ "HARLEM HOT SHOTS". Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA.
- Alfred N. Sack on imdb
- Sack Amusement Enterprises - NMAAHC Collections
- Dance | Alexander Street, a ProQuest Company
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