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Heat Wave The Life and Career of Ethel Waters (Hardcover)

Author:  Donald Bogle
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 0061241733
ISBN-13: 9780061241734
Sku: 216379988
Publish Date: 2/8/2011
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9.75H x 6.75L x 2T
Pages:  624
From the author of the bestselling biography "Dorothy Dandridge" comes a dazzling reexamination of one of America''s brightest, most troubled film and theater stars.
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The best-selling author of Dorothy Dandridge examines the life and legacy of theatrical star Ethel Waters. 20,000 first printing.


"Waters' career spanned seven decades, from vaudeville to Harlem nightclubs, from Broadway to Hollywood. Bogle, the author of several biographies of black entertainers...offers a penetrating look at a woman of massive talent and determination." (starred review) - Vanessa Bush 02/01/2011

"Not since the heavenly dressing crew worked its miracle in 'Cabin in the Sky' has anyone labored as hard to rehabilitate Waters's image as Donald Bogle has in writing HEAT WAVE....Bogle, a historian of ­African-American entertainment and the author of several good books on the subject...has researched Waters thoroughly and presents, fastidiously, the great many facts of her long life and career." - David Hadju 02/27/2011

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