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Photos: From Grace Kelly to Audrey Hepburn, the All-Time Icons of Style | Vanity Fair HARRY BELAFONTE Photographed by John Swope, 1953.

Photos: From Grace Kelly to Audrey Hepburn, the All-Time Icons of Style

Photos: From Grace Kelly to Audrey Hepburn, the All-Time Icons of Style | Vanity Fair HARRY BELAFONTE Photographed by John Swope, 1953.

Meet the extraordinary, magnetic King of Calypso, Harry Belafonte. He introduced white America to the musical style; his sensational first album, “Calypso” was number four on Billboard's "Top 100 Albums". He was the first African-American to win an Emmy. He has been a human-rights activist all his adult life, saying, "You are really responsible for the world in which you live".

Meet the extraordinary, magnetic King of Calypso, Harry Belafonte. He introduced white America to the musical style; his sensational first album, “Calypso” was number four on Billboard's "Top 100 Albums". He was the first African-American to win an Emmy. He has been a human-rights activist all his adult life, saying, "You are really responsible for the world in which you live".

Eartha Kitt and Harry Belafonte- loving the look on her face...

Eartha Kitt and Harry Belafonte

Harold George "Harry" Belafonte, Jr. (b. 1927) is an American singer, songwriter, actor and social activist. He was dubbed the "King of Calypso" for popularizing the Caribbean musical style with an international audience in the 1950s. Throughout his career he has been an advocate for civil rights and humanitarian causes. Mr. Belafonte lives with dyslexia.

Harold George "Harry" Belafonte, Jr. (b. 1927) is an American singer, songwriter, actor and social activist. He was dubbed the "King of Calypso" for popularizing the Caribbean musical style with an international audience in the 1950s. Throughout his career he has been an advocate for civil rights and humanitarian causes. Mr. Belafonte lives with dyslexia.

TAN magazine cover of Dorothy Dandridge and Harry Belefonte for the movie, Carmen Jones,1955. TAN magazine targeted African-American women and was published by Johnson Publishing

TAN magazine cover of Dorothy Dandridge and Harry Belefonte for the movie, Carmen Jones,1955. TAN magazine targeted African-American women and was published by Johnson Publishing

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