BELAFONTE Gives it All He's Got

Van Holmes, Jeanne
April 1957
Saturday Evening Post;4/20/1957, Vol. 229 Issue 42, p28
Focuses on the success of the career of folk singer Harry Belafonte. Inclusion of his record albums of folk songs in the top ten national best-sellers in the U.S.; Highlights of his career in acting; Characteristics of the songs that he sings.


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