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This is a filmed scene performance by James Earl Jones of his enjoy on the life of Paul Robeson. Another than an accompanist, Jones performs EVERYTHING in this play--playing both Robeson and the folks who are talking with him different times during the course of the play. It's really nice to see one person talk and talk and act and hold the audience's attention. With no props, either--just Jones discussing different happening from his nice life. It supports that Jones gave his performance such feeling and that his voice is so deep and booming--like Robeson's.At first, I didn't particularly play the show...but I am very glad I kept watching. It did begin a bit awkwardly but later I found myself being sucked into the show. I was also amazed, as I noticed that the further the present progressed, the greater the energy and magnetism of Jones. It was a unbelievable representation of the life of Paul Robeson--who was one of the most transcendent and nice boys of his age. In fact, I would LOVE to see a film of his life, as it's difficult to imagine a Black boy earning degrees from Rutgers (where he was an All-American) and Columbia Law, mastering few languages, becoming a large Broadway, movie and recording star and yet was willing to throw it away to do what was right. Well worth seeing--and very powerful.By the way, I loved the Jack Johnson a--where Robeson was mistaken for the Heavyweight Boxing Champ. This seems to be an inside joke, as in the previous decade, Jones became a HUGE star on Broadway and in movie with his portrayal of Johnson in "The Nice White Hope".
This enjoy gives an insight into the man. Never excellent but everytime head and shoulders above others. Paul Robeson is in my opinion one of the best Americans of all time and this enjoy gives an inkling of his greatness.Earl Jones gives a faultless performance as the nice man.I was at a transatlantic concert given by Paul Robeson over a telephone url in 1953 or 1954 at St Pancras City Hall in London. This was at a time when Paul should not work or receive out of America as his passport had been taken away. This enjoy reminded me of the struggles of Paul Robeson.
3 years after Paul Robeson died and many years after disease imposed a forced retirement on him, James Earl Jones gives a mesmerizing and all encompassing one boy present about the singer and civil rights pioneer. In fact with that deep voice which has made a considerable number of appearances as well as Jones in the flesh I can't think of other actor who should have brought justice to the part save the late William Marshall.If they were looking for a singer perhaps William Warfield or Caleb Peterson who sang Ol' Boy River on the large screen might have done the job. But Jones does relatively tiny singing in a present about a singer. It's the iconoclastic civil rights activist that is concentrated on.Athlete, scholar, concert singer, are enough careers for any boy in one lifetime. They're all part and parcel of what was Paul Robeson. Also part of him was an inability to compromise about anything.It worked well for him when he refused servile film roles or would not perform for an audience that did not contain folks that looked like him. That's something I never should fathom. His objections were more than justified. The popular Cotton Club in Harlem which showcased so many black performers of more famous melody did not have black folks in the audience. Racism with one of the more wonderful twists.Who knows what might have happened had FDR lived and a more radical successor with the same global views had succeeded him in 1948. The presidency devolved upon Harry Truman who saw a prostrate Europe launch to Soviet hegemony and acted accordingly.Robeson was lionized and well received in the Soviet Union. So much so he was self imposed blind to the horrible excesses of that state. Joseph Stalin was for him the boy who saved the globe from Nazism and its racist ideology. No turning back for him and the right wing yahoos who created the post fight Red Scare had a field day with him. His treatment was not unlike civil rights pioneer W.E.B. DuBois only DuBois was in newly independent Ghana looking in and Robeson with his passport trouble was on the inside looking out.Robeson was a voice sadly silenced, but what a voice.
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