BROKEN BONES

Truman Capote, circa 1968.
The always interesting Pearl Bailey.
Geoffrey Holder as The Champion and Diahann Carroll as Violet in “House of Flowers” (1954).
Carmen De Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder.
The masterful musician, Harold Arlen.

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