Famous Negro entertainers of stage, screen, and TV
Ira Aldridge.- Marian Anderson.- Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong.- Josephine Baker.- Harry Belafonte.- Nat "King" Cole.- Sammy Davis,Jr.- "Duke" Ellington.- Lena Horne.- Eartha Kitt.- Sidney Poitier.- Leontyne Price.- Paul Robeson.- Bill "Bojangles" Robinson.- "Bert" Williams.- Thomas "Fats" Waller.
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LOUIS SATCHMO ARMSTRONG
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