Music: Eye & Ear Specialist

Dorothy Dandridge is the most strikingly good-looking Negro singer to come along since Lena Horne. Hollywood discovered that fact last year, when Dorothy sang in Sunset Boulevard nightclubs; then London got a look and quickly agreed. But "everyone" told her she still had to prove she could be a success in New York. Last week Singer Dandridge proved it emphatically. The management of Manhattan's La Vie en Rose could not supply tables enough for the customers who crowded in.

Swathed in a cocoonlike gown of gold lamé, she came wriggling out of the wings like a caterpillar on a hot rock. At...

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