The Life of Dancer

The Life of Dancer

The Life of Dancer is a short starring Hawthorne James. Time travel back to the1940s and become enlighten by Old Hollywood's forgotten entertainment history.

Running Time
25 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Short, Documentary
Stephanie Mack
Stephanie Mack
Hawthorne James
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about short «The Life of Dancer» (15)

Ruth H. avatar
Ruth H.

THE LIFE OF DANCER is one of the most inspirational and uplifting stories of the year. As one of the world's FIRST Black Dancers to receive a STAR on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 98 year-old Dr. Prince C. Spencer sits for a candid home IMovie. Narrated by Hawthorne James, Dr. Spencer shares his time working through segregated show business with Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. He reminisces on negotiating with Eddie Murphy over 'Harlem Nights' and then recalls the tragic day Redd Foxx took his last breath. The film features beautiful photographs and rare film footage that brands his historical legacy and brings Dr. Spencer's extraordinary story to life.

Steven M. avatar
Steven M.

The film is perfect! The story is great. The actors did a great job, especially Hawthorne James.

Patricia avatar

Great story and great actor, Hawthorne James was wonderful, his role throughout the movie was compelling and interesting.

Denise avatar

Hits a High Standard of Excellence... GREAT Film.

Ruth H. avatar
Ruth H.

I have enjoyed it so much that this is my third time watching it. Next year I will probable watch it again.

Cynthia D. avatar
Cynthia D.

This movie is NOT to be missed. Hawthorne James puts in another stellar performance, and is supported by an excellent cast.

Thomas avatar

Hawthorne James a good actor. It was pretty entertaining, I recommend it

Julie Carlson avatar
Julie Carlson

Director Stephanie Mack, directed this movie so BRILLIANTLY, that there are NO flaws.

Charles avatar

Most compact, most mature and best done in very aspects, and perhaps it's the best movie from Stephanie Mack.