Cain's Hundred: Season 1, Episode 21

Blues for a Junkman: Arthur Troy (20 Feb. 1962)

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beautiful Dorothy dandridge
29 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Dorothy Dandridge stars as a Norma Sherman , she's a blues singer with a drug problem, i think the character boarders on Billie Holiday whom Dorothy was suppose to portray in a film directed by Orson Welles but it never came to fruition, Dorothy is very effective in the film and should have been awarded an Emmy for her brilliant performance, it's funny Dorothy looked at her career as a failure, but if she stopped to think about it, she pretty much accomplished every role and everything she ever wanted to do in film, sadly she was to die 3 years after this film was completed, a sad end to a beautiful brilliant star.

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