Josephine Baker (June 3, 1906 - April 12, 1975), born Freda Josephine McDonald, was an American-French dancer, actress and singer, sometimes known as "The Black Venus". Although born American, she became a French citizen in 1937.
Born in St. Louis, Missouri, the daughter of Carrie McDonald. Her father is identified as vaudeville drummer Eddie Carson by the official biography of her estate. She was of mixed ethnic background: Native American/African American.
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(1925) Josephine Baker dancing the original charleston
Music by Isham Jones and His Orchestra.
Josephine Baker in "Zouzou" (1934)
Josephine Baker: international icon, trendsetter, and one hell-of-an entertainer.
Josephine Baker - Dancing Up A Storm in 'The Charleston' (1926-27)
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Josephine Baker's Banana Dance
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Josephine Baker - Zouzou 1934 - Performance
Extraordinary Josephine Baker: Dancer, Activist, Spy
The first African-American superstar. War hero and civil rights activist. It's all about Josephine Baker. She was born to a poor family in St. Louis, Missouri in 1906.
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Josephine Baker ♕ Life From 1 To 68 Years Old
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March on Washington speeches.
DIANA ROSS on JOSEPHINE BAKER — Diva on Diva
In a 1977 performance and a series of interviews stretching to 1993, Diana Ross shares her take on Josephine Baker, whose biography she planned to produce ...
Josephine Baker - Bye bye blackbird (1927)
Josephine Baker - Bye Bye Blackbird (1927) Comp. & Lyr. (Mort Dixon / Ray Henderson) Accompanied by Le Jacob`s Jazz Band January, 1927 Paris, France ...
Josephine Baker's Banana Dance
Footage of Josephine Baker performing her infamous Banana Dance at the Folies Bergère in Paris, France c. 1927.
Joséphine Baker: The 1st Black Superstar
Forget About It Film & TV, for BBC Wales. 2006. Narrated by Josette Simon. Directed by Suzanne Phillips. **I encourage everyone to watch this interview with ...
joséphine baker "Ahé ! la Conga" (clip du film princesse tam tam)
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Josephine Baker London 1974
One of her last performances. The Royal Variety Performance. Sourire!