Lady Sings The Blues

  • 1972
  • 2 HR 24 MIN
  • R
  • Biography, Musical

View this film about Billie Holiday as a completely fictional story, and you'll enjoy it far more than you would otherwise. Ostensibly based on Holiday's autobiography, LADY SINGS THE BLUES begins in the early 1930s in Baltimore, where the teenaged Billie (Diana Ross) is raped and then sent to New York to stay with a friend of her mother's. In Harlem more

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Director (1 Credit)
Writer (3 Credits)
Source (2 Credits)
William Dufty
Producer (2 Credits)
James S. White
Jay Weston
Exec. Producer (1 Credit)
Cinematographer (1 Credit)
Editor (1 Credit)
Argyle Nelson
Musical Composer (1 Credit)
Production Designer (1 Credit)
Set Decorator (1 Credit)
Reg Allen
Costumes (3 Credits)
Norma Koch
Ray Aghayan
Make Up (1 Credit)
Don Schoenfeld

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