|Evening Capital and Maryland Gazette, 21-March-1922|
Oscar Micheaux was a pioneer in producing what were known as race films. 100 years ago this month, his film The Symbol of the Unconquered was playing at the Star Theater in Annapolis, Maryland.
|Richmond Planet, 04-March-1922|
Major WBF Crowell, Roanoke representative of the Micheaux Corporation, left for New York to appear in and co-direct a new project called The Dungeon. I can't find the Major's name anywhere in the credits and the movie is assumed to be lost.
|Wichita Beacon, 17-March-1922|
We have seen a reference to the Afro-American Film Exhibitors Company's production Lure of a Woman. I do not know if they produced another film.
|Moving Picture World, 18-March-1922|
Meanwhile a group of investors in New Orleans planned to produce "features of five-foot length intended to be shown in colored theaters." I suspect they meant five-reeel.