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Dorothy Dandridge: Old Black Hollywood.

Dorothy Dandridge photographed by Philippe Halsman. “Halsman photographed Dorothy numerous times including her appearance in Esquire magazine’s when she was selected as Lady Fair for the June 1954 issue, her historic cover shot and spread for the.

Dorothy Dandridge photographed by Frank Kuchirchuk

Dorothy Dandridge photographed at Lindsay’s Sky Bar in Cleveland, Ohio by Frank Kuchirchuk. The photo is now part of the Frank Kuchirchuk Collection of Jazz Photography at Oberlin Conservatory of Music on the campus of Oberlin College in Cleveland.

Dorothy Dandridge

dorothydandridge: ““She [Dorothy Dandridge] seemed to have everything: glamour, wealth, romance, and success. But the reality was fraught with contradiction and illusion. She became a dramatic actress.

Dorothy Dandridge. Jet magazine, Nov 1952

(I think I posted this picture myself recently, but thanks for submitting it!

Adoringly Dorothy Dandridge, “For   years to come, the film [The Decks Ran Red] would be worth viewing simply to glimpse [Dorothy] Dandridge at the height of her lush legendary beauty, which director [Andrew] Stone was clearly enamored with. She may have never been more beautiful on film.”-Donald Bogle

“For years to come, the film [The Decks Ran Red] would be worth viewing simply to glimpse [Dorothy] Dandridge at the height of her lush legendary beauty, which director [Andrew] Stone was clearly.

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