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Friday, September 28, 2012

The Josephine Baker Story (1991)



 

















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Storyline
Born into a poor family in St. Louis, Josephine Baker (Lynn Whitfield) struggles to make a name for herself on the vaudeville circuit. As her career progresses, so does her resentment of racial prejudice, motivating her to move to Paris -- where in a short time, her exotic dance routines make her the toast of the town. Swayed by the influence of her manager (Ruben Blades), she takes her act back to America. It fails, but Josephine perseveres, proving herself as much humanitarian as an entertainer.

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