Gary giddins reviews following books: in black and white: the life of sammy davis, jr by wil haygood and gonna do great things: the life. Sammy davis, jr (1925-90) rose from childhood stardom on the vaudeville stage to become one of the most famous african american entertainers of the 1950s.
The recently released documentary, “sammy davis jr: i've gotta be me serves as an introduction to the documentary's attempt to unravel the.
Biographycom examines the life and diverse career of 20th-century entertainer sammy davis jr, a member of the rat pack who sang, danced.
Yes i can: the story of sammy davis, jr on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying sammy: the autobiography of sammy davis, jr sammy davis jr. In the condition and delivered on time as offered this is the continued biographical story of one of the greatest multitalented artist to ever live the life of sammy.