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THE HANGAR GRILL AND DELI

DOROTHY DANDRIDGE

 

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Dorothy Dandridge Documentary Dandridge Movie

 Dorothy Dandridge Documentary Dandridge Movie 

Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999) [FULL MOVIE]

SURPRISED A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVEN'T SEEN THIS MOVIE, ENJOY. 

Jamie Etter  I don't think there's any african American in Hollywood that is as naturally beautiful as Dorothy. Halle was the closest thing to Dorothy. Janet in no way shape or form embodies Dorothy; to much cosmetic surgery there. Dorothy you are loved and truly missed. Hollywood has died without you. flyermall peter goudas 

The Life and Death of Dorothy Dandridge

Dorohty Dandridge was the first black woman to be nominated for an Oscar after her role in Carmen Jones.Dorothy had problems with depression threw out her life she committed suicide in 1962 at the age of 42

 
A beauty both in figure and form. What a sad ending. Makes me wonder how her depression started and why.
Today, I wonder if we have new medications that would have helped.
 
I hope she had some wonderful unspoiled moments.
 
After seeing her in Carmen Jones, she could have had a more successful career in movies.
 
RIP Dorothy.
 

Dorohty Dandridge was the first black woman to be nominated for an Oscar after her role in Carmen Jones.Dorothy had problems with depression threw out her life she committed suicide in 1962 at the age of 42

 

Dorothy Dandridge : Singing At Her Best

In this edition of the "In Concert" series, groundbreaking actress and chanteuse Dorothy Dandridge -- Hollywood's first black female star -- delivers an enchanting selection of timeless tunes.

Numbers include "Paper Doll," "Lazy Bones," "Swing for My Supper," "Cow Cow Boogie," "Blow Out the Candles," "My Heart Belongs to Daddy" and "You Do Something to Me." As a bonus, the video contains the documentary Dorothy Dandridge: An American Beauty.

In this edition of the "In Concert" series, groundbreaking actress and chanteuse Dorothy Dandridge -- Hollywood's first black female star -- delivers an enchanting selection of timeless tunes. Numbers include "Paper Doll," "Lazy Bones," "Swing for My Supper," "Cow Cow Boogie," "Blow Out the Candles," "My Heart Belongs to Daddy" and "You Do Something to Me." As a bonus, the video contains the documentary Dorothy Dandridge: An American Beauty.

 

  Dorothy Dandridge

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