[Clara seeing that the storm is coming, Maria comes to her
Why have you been out standing on the street has the water so long, Clara?
It's getting dark. I hate to think of Jake out there, when it gets dark in the daytime.
You got no cause to worry about you, ma'am.
I've never see the water look so black. Just sitting there and waiting and holding its breath. Waiting for the hurricane bell.
Hurricane bell? Lord, child, there ain't going be no hurricane. I'm getting old now and I haven't heard ...
Although this film has never been officially released on any home media format, numerous bootleg copies, running 115 minutes, are available on VHS and DVD-R. The full-length original version runs 138 minutes, not including overture and entr'acte music. See more
(from an idea by Rouben Mamoulian
) and "Good Mornin', Sistuh"
Music by George Gershwin
Lyrics by DuBose Heyward
Sung by The Ken Darby
Performed by workers and Sung by Chorus See more