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Spencer Williams (actor): Quiz

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Question 1:
Spencer Williams (actor), Dwight D. Eisenhower and Judy Garland are all:
African American actors Place of birth missing 1969 deaths American television actors

Question 2: During this period, he received mentoring as a comedian from the African American vaudeville star ________.
George Walker (vaudeville)Bert WilliamsEddie CantorAl Jolson

Question 3:
Spencer Williams (actor), Tom "T-Bone" Wolk and John Kiriakou are all:
1969 deaths African American actors American television actors Place of birth missing

Question 4: television program with an all-black cast, running for 78 episodes on ________ from 1951 to 1953.
American Broadcasting CompanyNBCCBSThe CW Television Network

Question 5: He relocated to ________, where he joined Amos T.
Tulsa County, OklahomaBroken Arrow, OklahomaTulsa, OklahomaOklahoma City

Question 6: He moved to ________ when he was a teenager and secured work as call boy for the theatrical impresario Oscar Hammerstein.
BrooklynNew York metropolitan areaManhattanNew York City

Question 7: ________ comedians Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll were planning to take their long-running comedy program Amos 'n Andy to television.
Radio broadcastingRadioAmateur radioMicrowave

Question 8: Williams served in the ________ during World War I, where he rose to the rank of sergeant.
United States ArmyUnited States Marine CorpsUnited States Army AfricaUnited States armed forces

Question 9: Williams (who was sometimes billed as Spencer Williams Jr.) was born in ________.
Ferriday, LouisianaRidgecrest, LouisianaWest Ferriday, LouisianaVidalia, Louisiana

Question 10: He was best known for playing Andy in the Amos 'n Andy ________ show and for the directing the 1941 race film The Blood of Jesus.
VideoMechanical televisionTelevisionClosed captioning







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