The Rise, Fall, and Rise Again of Eartha Kitt


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Eartha Kitt is well known for her iconic roles as Yzma and Catwoman, or her songs like Santa Baby, but less people know much about the incredible life she led behind the scenes. Come learn with me about her rise to stardom from a childhood of abandonment, to the White House scandal that led to her exile from the US during the Vietnam War.

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“Without Manners You Are Nothing”: Lady Bird Johnson, Eartha Kitt, and The Women Doers’ Luncheon of January 18, 1968 by Janet Mezzack

Eartha Kitt and Orson Welles in Paris in 1950 by Rob Baker

When Eartha Kitt Disrupted the Ladies Who Lunch by Lauren Elise Garcia

Thursday’s Child by Eartha Kitt

Mother Eartha: A chat with everyone’s favorite bad girl. by David Anthony Fox

Eartha Kitt: National Visionary on National Visionary Leadership Project

Eartha & Kitt: A Daughter’s Love Story in Black and White by Kitt Shapiro and Patricia Weiss Levy

Alone With Me: A New Autobiography by Eartha Kitt

America’s mistress : the life and times of Eartha Kitt By John Williams

Eartha Kitt Interview on Late Call 1971, BBC

Eartha Kitt Interview on Wogan 1989, BBC

New Faces of 1952

The Red Buttons Show, June 1, 1953, CBS

Eartha Kitt- Modern Exercises, 1960

Speaking Freely Episode 203, Eartha Kitt, September 25, 2001

Eartha Kitt: My Family from the Visionary Project

Eartha Kitt Interview with Dr. Anthony Clare for BBC Radio, 1980s

Eartha Kitt on Sally 1990

An Evening With Eartha Kitt, September 2008, The History Makers


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