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Notable as Spencer Williams' first film and for being preserved at the Library of Congress. Historically significant. FloridaArmy (talk) 13:29, 16 April 2021 (UTC)
Hot Biskits was an independent comedy short film released in 1931. It was written and directed by Spencer Williams and was his first film. Glen Gano was the cinematographer. The 10 minute film was a made by Dixie Comedies Corp. of Hollywood, California. A print of the film is preserved at the Library of Congress. The film portrays a miniature golf competition between two rivals. The film was rediscovered in the Library of Congress Archived after 80 years. The film's cast is all African-American. Williams' next film, The Blood of Jesus, was made 10 uears later.
- Thurston Briggs
- Spencer Williams
- African American cinema
- "Hot Biskits". The Criterion Channel.
- "Pioneers of African-American Cinema: Hot Biskits". kinonow.com.
- Hoberman, J. (August 10, 2016). "'Pioneers of African-American Cinema': Black Filmmaking Aborning" – via NYTimes.com.
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