Difference between revisions of "Torchy Brown"

From Rocklopedia Fakebandica
Jump to: navigation, search
(Created page with "From the comic strip ''Torchy Brown in "Dixie to Harlem"'' (1937-1938) by Jackie Ormes. A sequel series ran 1950-1954, ''Torchy in Heartbeats''. ==See also== *King Ivory...")
 
 
Line 1: Line 1:
From the comic strip ''Torchy Brown in "Dixie to Harlem"'' (1937-1938) by Jackie Ormes. A sequel series ran 1950-1954, ''Torchy in Heartbeats''.
+
African-American singer from the comic strip ''Torchy Brown in "Dixie to Harlem"'' (1937-1938) by the first female African American cartoonist, Jackie Ormes. A sequel comic strip, ''Torchy in Heartbeats'', ran from 1950-1954.
 +
 
 +
In the first series, Torchy leaves her small town to try her luck singing at the Cotton Club in Harlem, New York. In the second series, she is not a singer.
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*[[King Ivory]]
 
*[[King Ivory]]
 
*[[Earl Lester]]
 
*[[Earl Lester]]
 +
 +
==External Links==
 +
*https://www.torchybrown.com/
 +
*https://www.jackieormes.com/tbdh.php
 +
*https://library.osu.edu/site/cartoons/tag/torchy-brown-in-dixie-to-harlem/
 +
 +
[[Category:1937|Brown, Torchy]]
 +
[[Category:Comic strips|Brown, Torchy]]
 +
[[Category:Fictional singers|Brown, Torchy]]

Latest revision as of 08:57, 13 November 2019

African-American singer from the comic strip Torchy Brown in "Dixie to Harlem" (1937-1938) by the first female African American cartoonist, Jackie Ormes. A sequel comic strip, Torchy in Heartbeats, ran from 1950-1954.

In the first series, Torchy leaves her small town to try her luck singing at the Cotton Club in Harlem, New York. In the second series, she is not a singer.

See also

External Links