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Island in the Sun (1957) Poster

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Joan Fontaine received hundreds of hate letters, containing dimes and quarters, which read, "If you're so hard up that you have to work with a nigger..." They were post-marked from various parts of the country but they seemed to be dictated by one organization, as many of the phrases were the identical.
In August 1957, this film was being being shown on a double bill with Monkey on My Back (1957).
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Final film of Hartley Power.
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Final film of Diana Wynyard.
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This was the third and final film featuring both Dorothy Dandridge and Harry Belafonte. The first was Bright Road in 1953, then Carmen Jones in 1954 and lastly Island in the Sun in 1957.
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