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Trailer for a project I’m working on at AMS Pictures, a Texas video production company. These images are being held here for future use. Info related to this film added below. A Colored Life – The Herb Jeffries Story A Colored Life, The Herb Jeffries Story, is a fascinating portrait of America’s “first Black singing Cowboy.” 96-year-old Herb Jeffries has lived a legendary life. Star of such films as The Bronze Buckaroo, singer with Duke Ellington’s band, TV personality, ladies’ man and accidental activist, the light-skinned Jeffries has struggled with his racial identity for nearly a century. A Colored Life is an honest, entertaining, and often humorous look at a charismatic personality who used his light complexion to survive–and thrive–in both the black and white worlds. Provided under a creative commons share-alike license. Use freely but give attribution to Giovanni Gallucci, social media expert and link to gallucci.net I’m working on at AMS Pictures, a corporate events and video production company (amspictures.com) based in Dallas, Texas. These images are being held here for future use. Info related to this film added below. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Video Rating: 5 / 5