Dirty Gertie From Harlem USA (1946) | Spencer Williams Francine Everett Posted on August 26, 2019 chicago hotels dallas hotels dirty Everett Francine Gertie Harlem hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels private jet rental property Spencer travel travel vlog USA vacation Williams 20 thoughts on “Dirty Gertie From Harlem USA (1946) | Spencer Williams Francine Everett” ⚜️💜💚💛🤗🤗🤗🤗💛💚💜⚜️Reply Can anybody tell me why breaking a mirror is bad luck??how did that saying get started?🤔Edit:appreciate the feedback🙂Reply 44:00 that brotha was like naw naw naw naw..u take your ass over there..i anit going.😆😆..i thought she was seeing a woman for the truth😅😅😅Do anybody else get a CARMEN vibe from this movie?Reply Crazy how skin tone played a huge factor then and now smhReply Old story. Blacks brainwashed into attempting to use a racist kkkrackers religion to control each other much to the glee of the oppressors.Look at how many churches are in our communities but little changes and some things worsen.There is just as much value in praying to God as there is in letting people live as they choose and find their own spirituality without trying to control them.Reply People need to understand that Black Americans are not African and we were mostly brown to lightskin before mixing with darker Caribbeans Black American Indians were mostly lighter skinned not just here but when you watch in early civil rights footage we were never dark skinned people we are a copper color even the first Africans were light brown called Bushmen yall fools on some other shitReply She is a very BEAUTIFUL WOMAN!!! I mean absolutely no disrespect what so ever but I'm stuck on ALMOND & COCO BROWN WOMEN 😍😍😍!!!! NOW DON'T GET IT TWISTED BECAUSE BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL NO MATTER THE SHADE 😍😍😍!!! Y'ALL FEEL ME!?!?Reply My heart goes out to these brothers and sister whom could go into acting, military service, government, politics etc but could not vote.Reply They been doing this for century’s they praise light skin girls instead of a beautiful dark skin women 🙄roll eyesReply Well damn AL!Reply There is NEVER a good outcome of being a Jezebel…..or being with one.Reply Noticed she was still holding onto her purse after She fainted !!! Lol I really do love this Film !!!! It really should have won some kind of award !!!! But I can't see how they were pushing that White man Christianity Bullshit religion back in those days as well in Hollywood's too !! One of the many Tricks of the White man !!! #eyesWideOpenReply Anybody else think the girl in the thumbnail looks like Beyonce.Reply I know you’re a boss , not even a employee but I think revolt tv needs you for content you gotta holla at puffy if he can’t Hear what you say I think his whole black excellence thing will be a hoax￼Reply We as black people of the diaspora come in every shade of brown known to man…gosh we're beautiful.Reply Most do not KNOW that much about this ERA of BLACK AMERICAN FILM MAKING which FLORISHED in this NATION from 1916 to 1950 as with ENTRETAINMENT TODAY a lot ACTOR'S , ACTRESSES , PRODUCERS and even DIRECTORS USED SIDINEMS or NAMES other then there OWN for LEGAL PURPOSES . If RESEARCH the NAME of this GENTLEMAN it would SUPRISE WHOM he REALLY was in LIFE .HE was ONE the MOST BRILLIANT PRODUCES and DIRECTOR'S and SCREEN WRITER'S of this ERA .Ithink ALL of HIS FILM'S from this was SAVED the UNIVERSITY of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA . He left a GREAT VOLUME of WORK as a REMEMERANCE to AMERICAN FILM MAKING It SHAME though that UNLESS YOU a FILM STUDENT or just a LOVER of GOOD MOVIES he REALLY not that WELL KNOWN to the PUBLIC at LARGE.Reply Another wonderful upload! However I find it hard to watch some of these older black flicks because of Hollywood's colorism. It's no wonder why still today a lot of black ppl have issues with colorism 🤷🏽. I digress…😁Reply I see you Gertie 👀 👀👍👍Reply Notice how all the main characters or lead actors are very light in complexion?Reply Awesome channel✊🏿✊🏿✊🏿❤🖤💚Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.