Stompin’ at the Savoy (1992) | Lynn Whitfield Jasmine Guy | dir. Debbie Allen

Stompin’ at the Savoy (1992) | Lynn Whitfield Jasmine Guy | dir. Debbie Allen

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As the Harlem Renaissance flourishes in jazzy New York City, Pauline (Vanessa Williams), Esther (Lynn Whitfield) and Alice (Jasmine Guy) struggle to survive. By day, they toil at dreary jobs, dreaming of stardom, riches and happiness. By night, they dance their troubles away at the famous Savoy Ballroom. But when World War II appears on the horizon, the girls find their fortunes unfolding too unevenly to reconcile, and they inevitably begin to drift apart.
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