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Anise Boyer was a dancer and actress. She performed as a child and later had film roles including in Harlem Is Heaven. She was a dance partner of Al (Aland) Dixon who she married. The had international success performing as Alice and Aland.
As a 12-year old she gave a demonstration of the Charleston (dance) to Mayor Malcolm Nichols of Boston.
She began performing at the Cotton Club in 1928.
- Harlem Is Heaven as Jean Stratton
- Sweet n' Hot (1944), a musical revue
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