NAT KING COLE: AFRAID OF THE DARK
Nat King Cole was a "beacon of hope" to African-Americans in 1950s America. From director Jon Brewer, this searing and candid account of the musical legend's "fairy tale" life of fame and fortune comes from private journals made available by his widow just preceding her death at 89. Features the last words of Maria Cole on the man she loved and the life they shared along with Cole family mementos, letters, and footage. Among the songs remastered by Capitol-EMI for the picture is "Magic Window," an (amazing) unreleased track sung by Nat King Cole, discovered in the vaults of the Capitol building. Until now, there has been no access to Cole's most personal records. Now the real story can be revealed.
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