Harry Belafonte is one of history’s most intriguing figures in music and civil rights activism. For that reason alone I regretted not having HBO when “Sing Your Song,” the documentary/biopic about Belafonte’s life, aired on the premium network this fall (and I still don’t have HBO). I also don’t mind admitting that while Harry Belafonte is a handsome man of a certain age currently, he was quite nice to look at in his heyday.

Fortunately, the story of his musical and political influence will begin a nationwide theatrical tour starting this week in New York City, stopping in San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, and other places. Check out the theatrical trailer for a peek.

h/t Shadow & Act

Have you seen this film on HBO? If not, would you go see it in theaters?

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  • Nia

    I’m all for a good bio-doc. I hope I get to see it in my location.

  • Belafonte also has a newly released biography his life and work, titled “My Song: A Memoir” – http://www.amazon.com/My-Song-Memoir-Harry-Belafonte/dp/0307272265.

    Had a recent encounter with him in D.C. Absolutely charming man –

  • Bisous

    He’s been on PBS quite alot this month. Yes he is very handsome and was a timeless knockout in his heyday.

  • fuchsia

    I definitely want to see it at the theater. I’ll have to look for it when it gets to Portland.