BROWN SUGAR: HISTORY OF THE BLACK FEMALE ENTERTAINER

This 1985 documentary is based on Film Historian Donald Bogles’ book “Brown Sugar.” Billy Dee Williams hosts to trace the lives and careers of America’s Black female performer. Directed by the late Gene Davis. Research by Charles Woods (Reelblack Podcast).

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