Hi De Ho (also known as Hi-De-Ho) is a 1947 American musical race film directed by Josh Binney that was released by All American Entertainment and had an African-American cast.
The film stars Cab Calloway. He performs a number of songs in the film, including a capella versions of "Minnie was a Hep Cat" and "St. James Infirmary" with his orchestra. The orchestra also provides incidental music for the other performers. Featured in the movie are the singers the Peters Sisters and the tap dancers Miller Brothers and Lois.
Directed by Josh Binney
Starring Cab Calloway, Ida James and Jeni Le Gon
Cab Calloway is a band leader pressured to work in a gangster bar. Special Program with 2 Mills Brothers Soundies, Amos 'n Andy cartoon and Duke Ellington's "Symphony in Black" with Billie Holiday.