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terrific story of an amazing, upright person
9 April 2003 | by (Colorado) – See all my reviews

Paul had it all: looks, singing, acting, brains. If he had been white, he'd of been bigger than Gable or Wayne. But he was Black, and supported communism. Ignore his politics if you must, just appreciate his art and his love for other people: his smile would make you feel loved just by seeing it on TV. This documentary emphasizes his political history. See it for its information, and then try to see "Jericho", his most enjoyable film.


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