The life of Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, African-American tap-dancing star of stage and screen. In 1916, Robinson was a successful vaudeville performer and considered the finest tap dancer of his generation. At the peak of his career, he was the highest paid Black entertainer, but for all the joy he gave others, his life was anything but happy, there was a great deal of tragedy in himself. He died broke and penniless.
|Production||Richard Vane||Executive Producer|
|Crew||Donald M. Morgan||Cinematography|
|Art||Franco De Cotiis||Production Design|