Jet celebrates 45 years of the hottest black music, TV and movie stars

November 1997
Jet;11/03/97, Vol. 92 Issue 24, p58
Highlights 45 years of the hottest black music, television and movies stars as of November 3, 1997. The success of Michael Jackson's album 'Thriller'; Will Smith's motion picture 'Independence Day'; 'The Cosby Show'; Oscar winners, including Whoopi Goldberg, Sidney Poitier and Louis Gossett Jr.; Stand-up comedians; More.


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