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What’s Happening At The Museum?

What’s Happening At The Museum?

We are busy getting our traveling exhibitions booked in museums around the country. There are more exhibitions to come, so stay tuned! 183,152 people have seen one of our funky traveling exhibitions to date!!!

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Valerie Smith In Comic Books

Valerie Smith In Comic Books

The Museum Of UnCut Funk presents A Josie and The Pussycats Comic Book Retrospective featuring Valerie Smith.

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Black Samurai – The Book Series

Black Samurai – The Book Series

The Museum Of UnCut Funk has added the Black Samurai stories by Marc Olden to it’s ever growing collection of 1970’s crime novels. We have books 1,2,3 and 5 and are currently looking for books 4,6,7 and 8. These books were published in 1974 and 1975 and we have the 1st printed issues in our collection.

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Sista ToFunky Speaks About Blaxploitation

A couple of months ago, the crew from the Collector’s Quest website became the first people to actually visit the offices of The Museum Of UnCut Funk, interview me and see our collection.

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Sista ToFunky Speaks About The Museum Of UnCut Funk Collection

Sista ToFunky Speaks About The Museum Of UnCut Funk Collection

A couple of months ago, the crew from the Collector’s Quest website became the first people to actually visit the offices of The Museum Of UnCut Funk, interview me and see our collection.

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The Skip Funktologist Interview

The Skip Funktologist Interview

On June 11, 2012 the curator of The Museum Of UnCut Funk was interviewed by Skip Funktologist from Jammin KZKO The Vibe internet radio in Denver. We discussed the museum, the collection and more. Check it out.

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The Power 105.1 Interview

The Power 105.1 Interview

Over the Memorial day weekend, the curators of The Museum Of UnCut Funk were interviewed by Kim Kane, radio personality for Power 105.1 radio in NY. Kim is also the host of the community affairs program Power On The Block. We discuss the museum collection, our Black animation touring exhibition and other initiatives that we are working on. Check it out.

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The Museum Of UnCut Funk Black Animation Collection

The Museum Of UnCut Funk Black Animation Collection
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I Got Six – Schoolhouse Rock

I Got Six – Schoolhouse Rock

 

I got six.
That’s all there is.
Six time one is six, one times six
He got six.
I put mine with his and we got twelve
Six time two is twelve, two times six
I got six, you got six,
She got six.
We got eighteen altogether.
If we can get ’em all together.
Six time three is eighteen, three times six

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Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids Cartoon

Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids Cartoon

Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids the animated series was created, produced, and hosted by comedian Bill Cosby, who also lent his voice to a number of characters, including Fat Albert himself. Filmation was the production company for the series. The show premiered on September 9, 1972 and ran until 1985. The show, based on Bill Cosby’s remembrances of his childhood gang, focused on the lovable, oversized Albert, with his signature rumbling exclamation “Hey hey hey!”, and his friends.

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The Brown Hornet Cartoon

The Brown Hornet Cartoon

Fat Albert and The Cosby Kids was a long-standing Saturday morning cartoon that featured a group of Black adolescents growing up in a Philadelphia neighborhood. It had various “show-within-a-show” elements throughout its production run, and one of those elements was a segment called The Brown Hornet, which first appeared on September 1, 1979 when the series itself was re-titled The New Fat Albert Show.

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Hong Kong Phooey Cartoon

Hong Kong Phooey Cartoon

 

Who is this super hero?
Sarge? No.
Rosemary, the telephone operator? No.
Penry, the mild-mannered janitor? Could Be!
Hong Kong Phooey, Number One Superguy
Hong Kong Phooey, quicker than the human eye
He’s got style…
He’s got style, a groovy style
And a car that just won’t stop.
When the going gets rough he’s super tough
With the Hong Kong Phooey Chop! Heeyaah!
Hong Kong Phooey, Number-one Super Guy
Hong Kong Phooey
Quicker than the human eye
Hong Kong Phooey, Fanriffic!

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Harlem Globetrotters Cartoon

Harlem Globetrotters Cartoon

Harlem Globetrotters (called Harlem Globe Trotters in the opening titles) was a Saturday morning cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera and CBS Productions, featuring animated versions of players from the basketball team, Harlem Globetrotters. Broadcast from September 12, 1970 to September 2, 1972 on CBS for 22 episodes, and later re-run on NBC as The Go-Go Globetrotters, the show featured cartoon versions of George “Meadowlark” Lemon, Freddie “Curly” Neal, Hubert “Geese” Ausbie, J.C. “Gip” Gipson, Bobby Joe Mason, and Pablo Robertson, alongside their fictional bus driver and manager Granny, and Dribbles, their dog mascot.

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Veterans Comic Book Exhibition

 

Celebrating Our Black Heroes!

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Blaxploitation Trailers And Soundtracks


Blaxploitation films had very funky trailers, featuring the latest threads and hippest jive.

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Blaxploitation And Music Poster Art

 

The Museum of UnCut Funk continues to celebrate the best decade ever with a review of Poster Art from funky music based films that helped to create the soundtrack of the 1970’s.

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Blaxploitation Radio Spots


This is a real blast from the past!

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Blaxploitation Movie Poster Art

 

I started collecting movie posters from Blaxploitation and all Black films from the 1970‘s because I love these films. I also love the illustrated artwork that was used to create these posters. Poster illustration has become a lost art form, as today’s posters utilize photography.

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Blaxploitation Movie Poster Art – US

The U.S. Digs Blaxploitation!


The first Blaxploitaion film I saw was Foxy Brown. I remember begging my step father to take me to see Foxy Brown. Neither of us knew to content of the film and clearly it was not for a 12 year old to view but I had been such a huge Pam Grier fan.

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Blaxploitation Movie Poster Art – East Germany

 

East Germany Digs Blaxploitation!

Many U.S. movies from the 1930’s and 1940’s arrived in East German theaters for the first time after 1947. During the Blaxploitation film explosion of the 1970‘s, movies took 2 to 3 years on average after the U.S. release to make it into East German theaters.

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