"Minstrel Days with Cotton Watts and Chick," in which the blackfaced Cotton Watts delivers such homophobic and racist "jokes" as Cotton's declaration that there's only one kind of lion he doesn't "mess with" --- a dandy-lion; and since Cotton is going to meet Chick at the zoo "with the rest of the monkeys," he'll "bring his grandpa" with him. All this before Cotton dances in front of a white man, in a white top hat, sitting on a throne.
This two and a half minute scene has no narrative function in the film; however, perhaps it reveals something despicable about Ed Woods.
Does Roy Craig in his chapter on Jail Bait discuss the repugnant minstrelsy in Woods' film?
Given that there's no underage female seductress in this movie, what is the relevance of the title, Jail Bait?