Straight to Heaven
|Straight to Heaven|
|Directed by||Arthur A. Leonard|
|Produced by||Million Dollar Productions|
|Color process||Black and White|
|Distributed by||Sack Amusement Enterprises|
Straight to Heaven is an American film released in 1939. It was directed by Arthur A. Leonard and produced by Million Dollar Productions. Sack Amusement Enterprises was the distributor. It was advertised as having an all colored cast.
The story features a cabaret singer, her singer son, and the criminal underworld. The film starred Nina Mae McKinney in her last major film role and Jackoe Ward. Ward performs three songs in the film and McKinney one.
- Nina Mae McKinney as Cabaret Singer Ida Williams
- Jack Carter
- Jackie Ward
- Lionel Monagas
- James Baskett
- Sampson, Henry T. (September 28, 1995). Blacks in Black and White: A Source Book on Black Films. Scarecrow Press. ISBN 9780810826052 – via Google Books.
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- Jones, George William (September 28, 1991). Black Cinema Treasures: Lost and Found. University of North Texas. ISBN 9780929398266 – via Google Books.
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