• Extras:
    DISC ONE: Icon
    The Emperor Jones (1933) (76:12)
    * Paul Robeson: Tribute to an Artist (1979) (29:26)
    Audio commentary on “The Emperor Jones” by cultural historian and professor of history Jeffrey C. Stewart
    “Our Paul: Remembering Paul Robeson” featurette (19:06)
    “Robeson on Robeson” featurette (11:21)

    DISC TWO: Outsider
    * Body and Soul (1925) (79:24)
    * Borderline (1930) (75:16)
    Audio commentary on “Body and Soul” by Pearl Bowser
    About the Score of “Body and Soul” (text)
    About the Score of “Borderline” (text)

    DISC THREE: Pioneer
    * Sanders of the River (1935) (87:46)
    * Jericho
    “True Pioneer: The British Films of Paul Robeson” documentary (33:26)

    DISC FOUR: Citizen of the World
    * The Proud Valley (1940) (77:18)
    * Native Land (1942) (88:25)
    “The Story of Native Land” interview with Tom Hurwitz (13:57)
    “Robeson on Pacifica Radio, 1958” audio only (31:05)
  • Subtitles:
    English HoH
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  • Soundtrack(s):
    English Dolby Digital 1.0
  • Case type:
    Special Case
  • Notes:
    Only available in the 4-disc Paul Robeson: Portraits of the Artist.
    Includes a book featuring an excerpt from Paul Robeson’s Here I Stand, new essays by Clement Alexander Price, Hilton Als, Charles Burnett, Ian Christie, Deborah Willis, and Charles Musser, a reprinted article by Harlem Renaissance writer Geraldyn Dismond, and a note from Pete Seeger.

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