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Monday, March 18, 2013

Sweet Love, Bitter (1967)


Sweet Love, Bitter, tells the story of a fictional Jazz musician, loosely based on the life of CHARLIE PARKER, and the struggles of a black musician in white America. With score by MAL WALDRON. Stars Dick Gregory, Don Murray, Diane Varsi, et. al. An obscure indie film, originally released in 1967.


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