THE ART OF BLACK FILM
Caldonia (Astor Pictures, 1945)
Jazz and rhythm-and-blues star Louis Jordan periodically left the bandstand to make movies. Caldonia, an 18-minute extended short film, made excellent use of Jordan's outgoing, charismatic, and mildly manic personality. The film became enormously popular and is Jordan's most famous.
(Just had a research about Louis Jordan.. since I didn't know him)
Bronze statuette of Nero
Roman Britain, first century A.D.
Probably from Baylham Mill, near Ipswich
H: 56 cm
Gift of the Earl of Ashburnham
Greek, c. 460 B.C.
Probably from Corinth, Greece
H: 25.4 cm; D: 19.1 cm
Bequeathed by R. Payne Knight