Donald Bogle is a film historian and author of six books concerning African Americans in film and on television. He won the 1973 Theatre Library Association Award for Toms, Coons, Mulattoes, Mammies and Bucks, which identified the five basic stereotypical Black film roles. Several of his other books have been the basis for documentaries & feature films. He is an instructor at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and the University of Pennsylvania.
By Donald Bogle
Read by Michael Early
The Queen of Hollywood and The King of Pop - A Love Story
An eye-opening biography of two larger-than-life legends and their unlikely yet enduring friendship.
"Biographer Bogle takes a nuanced look at the life-sustaining friendship between the Queen of Hollywood and the King of Pop." - People Magazine
Released September 20, 2016