Rights offering detail :
Eddie Green: The Rise of an Early 1900s Black American Entertainment Pioneer
Mar. 27, 2017
Author:
Elva Diane Green
Category:
Non-fiction: Biography
Description:
In an era when Black entertainers struggled to gain a foothold in show business, Eddie Green starred in a silent movie, starred in one of the first Vitaphone talking pictures in 1929, starred on Broadway, headlined at The Apollo, appeared memorably in two of America’s most popular long-running radio series, and rivaled Oscar Micheaux for honors as a pioneering Black filmmaker. From poverty to prominence, Eddie accomplished more in his short life than most people could dream.

Discover Eddie’s rags-to-riches story as told by his daughter. Her years of research through major archives have unearthed long-buried revelations and enlightening images that testify to one man’s determination to rise above all obstacles and triumph against all odds. See him through the eyes of the press as he journeys through five decades from Vaudeville to television and then into the stuff of legends.
Rights available:
Foreign
Rights sold:
English
Other Information:
Eddie Green: The Rise of an Early 1900s Black American Entertainment Pioneer is a 2016 Foreword INDIES finalist in the Biography (Adult Nonfiction) and Performing Arts & Music (Adult Nonfiction) categories.

BearManor Media released Eddie Green on July 15, 2016 in paperback and hardcover formats.
Contact:
Ben Ohmart
BearManor Media
books@benohmart.com
Offering #:
12394
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