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The Roaring 20s
Transcript of The Roaring 20s
* 18th amendment made the sale,
manufacture, and transportation
of alcohol illegal and led to the rise
of organized crime. Entertainment * Traditional jazz band composed primarily of brass instruments. * Jazz music served as a symbol of the south. * Piano was an instrument of the wealthy. Jazz Age * African and European origins. * Came from new Orleans and swept across the U.S * Created famous musicians such as Cole Porter, George Gershwin, and Louis Armstrong * The entertainment for cotton clubs/speakeasies Words and Phrases
Gut-Buster Dance Movies
The Black Bottom Common Hairstyles Bob
Really short hair cut
A blunt cut
Dancer Irene Castle sported this look
Juts like the Castle
Added straight bangs
A way to curl short hair
Very sort hair that shows ears Dutch Boy Finger Waves Eton Crop Fashion Sense Flapper Dress
Never hugged curves
Sleeves were loose
Six inches above knee
shaped like a bell
Long dress = long necklaces
Shot dress= shot necklaces Ladies Gentlemen Night Wear
Suits and tuxedos
Golf caps Movies and Shows
Sound added in 1927
The Jazz Singer Notable Theater
The Bat, 1920
Peg O' My Heart, 1921
The Hunchback of Notre Dame, 1923
The Phantom of the Opera, 1925
The Temptress, 1926
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