Golden Age of Music, Class & Style

Golden Age of Music, Class & Style

dorothydandridge:

in 1953, Dorothy Dandridge landed a starring role in The Bright Road, a little-known film with a nearly all black cast . It was based on the story “See How They Run.” In this film, Dorothy plays Jane Richards, a young fourth-grade teacher in the South, who has a problem in her classroom with an 11-year-old student. Her Bright Road co-star was Harry Belafonte, who played the school principal. The film demonstrated their romantic chemistry, which was evident in their next picture, Carmen Jones.

dorothydandridge:

in 1953, Dorothy Dandridge landed a starring role in The Bright Road, a little-known film with a nearly all black cast . It was based on the story “See How They Run.” In this film, Dorothy plays Jane Richards, a young fourth-grade teacher in the South, who has a problem in her classroom with an 11-year-old student. Her Bright Road co-star was Harry Belafonte, who played the school principal. The film demonstrated their romantic chemistry, which was evident in their next picture, Carmen Jones.

*faints*

*faints*

They would have made an great and cute couple.. *sigh*

They would have made an great and cute couple.. *sigh*

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aaliyahalways:

But why you doing interviews spewing these 'interpretations' as fact tho…?

Just something to keep in mind for those still planning to watch this ‘movie’…

aaliyahalways:

But why you doing interviews spewing these 'interpretations' as fact tho…?

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Just something to keep in mind for those still planning to watch this ‘movie’…

johnluvaaliyah:

Courage see me through, Heart I’m trusting you, On this journey…to the past…
johnluvaaliyah:

Courage see me through, Heart I’m trusting you, On this journey…to the past…
johnluvaaliyah:

Courage see me through, Heart I’m trusting you, On this journey…to the past…
johnluvaaliyah:

Courage see me through, Heart I’m trusting you, On this journey…to the past…

johnluvaaliyah:

Courage see me through, Heart I’m trusting you, On this journey…to the past…

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