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The Last Dragon - Official Trailer
02:18 — An aspiring martial arts master's romance with a video disc jockey is threatened by a neighborhood hooligan. Also called "Berry Gordy's Last Dragon".
Lady Sings The Blues - Official Trailer
00:32 — True story of legendary black jazz singer Billie Holiday, whose rise to success was accompanied by drug addiction and racial discrimination. Ross prov (more…)
How Motown founder Berry Gordy impacted Lionel Richie
00:47 — Four-time Grammy winner Lionel Richie recounts what the legendary record producer would say when Richie would tell him about his number one record.
Smokey Weighs in on 'Motown: The Musical'
03:51 — Smokey Robinson sits down with ET to talk about Berry Gordy's Motown: The Musical.
Shaq Runs Into Barry Gordy In Washington D.C.
We got Shaq in Washington D.C. and as were talking to him we notice Berry Gordy right behind him!
Motown Founder Berry Gordy Is Redfoo's Dad!
We got the legendary Berry Gordy out and although we talk to him about Adele we € re more interested in the fact that he is the father of Redfoo!
Smokey Receives the 2011 Ella Award
He has one of the most iconic voices in music and his pen game € is RIDICULOUS! So, it makes perfect sense that the legendary Smokey Robinson was (more…)
Smokey Robinson & Berry Gordy on Motown the Musical
Motown founder Berry Gordy was in Chicago to see the kick off of the national tour of the show that tells the story of how he changed music and pop cu (more…)
White Gets Posthumous Walk of Fame Star
Barry White was given a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Thursday (September 12) - the 2,506th on the famed sidewalk. White's wife, Glod (more…)
Berry Gordy Talks 'Motown' Cast
02:07 — Berry Gordy gushes to ET's Rocsi Diaz about the Broadway cast of his show 'Motown: The Musical.'
Berry Gordy Talks 'Motown: The Musical'
03:47 — Motown The Musical BTS with Berry Gordy.
The story behind "Do You Love Me?"
02:44 — Web extra: Berry Gordy tells Anthony Mason about the first days of Motown, and the story behind one of its early hits, The Contours' "Do You Love Me?"
Detroit and the Motown Sound
01:33 — David Maraniss, author of 'Once in a Great City: A Detroit Story', traces the rise of Motown Records, founder Berry Gordy Jr., and its unmatched roste (more…)
Berry Gordy on "Motown: The Musical"
05:02 — Record producer Berry Gordy speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the opening of "Motown: The Musical" on Broadway in New York City.
Sharon Stone, Berry Gordy Toast 'Lee Daniels' The Butler'
Sharon Stone offered a toast to Lee Daniels' The Butler at a luncheon she and Berry Gordy hosted Jan. 6 at the Beverly Hills home of WME agent Robert (more…)
Oprah Winfrey Presents Legends Who Paved the Way Airs January 18
Oprah Winfrey hosts a gala of events honoring some of the legendary men and extraordinary women of the civil rights movement, the arts and entertainme (more…)
The Bingo Long Traveling All Star And Motor Kings - Official Trailer
02:41 — Barnstorming Negro League dropouts travel around the country challenging local white baseball teams in 1939. An All-Star cast comprises the All-Stars.
Mahogany - Official Trailer
01:04 — A young black woman raised in the slums of Chicago becomes a successful model and fashion designer.
The Last Dragon
01:45 — An aspiring martial arts master's romance with a video disc jockey is threatened by a neighborhood hooligan. Also called "Berry Gordy's Last Dragon".
Happy Mother's Day - Motown Style
Fifty six years ago Berry Gordy borrowed $800 from his family and founded a small Detroit music label called Tamla Records, which would eventually bec (more…)
(Movie Clip) Eleanor
Billie Holliday (Diana Ross) remembers her traumatic younger days in Baltimore, working in a brothel and serving her aunt, in an early flashback scene (more…)
(Movie Clip) Opening Credits
Newsy opening credit sequence for Berry Gordy's production of the Billie Holliday biography Lady Sings The Blues, 1972, starring Diana Ross, Billy Dee (more…)
(Movie Clip) Places Like This
Taken to a plush New York club on their first night out, young Billie Holliday (Diana Ross) jousts with man-about-town Louis McKay (Billy Dee Williams (more…)
(Movie Clip) Take The Money
Supported in her performance by Piano Man (Richard Pryor) but not the bawdy crowd, young Billie Holliday (Diana Ross) is rescued by Louis McKay (Billy (more…)
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