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Love and hate: The humanity of Nat King Cole

Love and hate: The humanity of Nat King Cole

Behind the pristine baritone and charismatic sophistication, Nat King Cole was a gentleman struggling to find his voice in an era when even a universally adored cultural figure could have the N-word burned into his front lawn.

It is this private ordeal that propels the documentary film about the singer's life, "Nat King Cole: Afraid of the Dark," which benefits from exclusive access to his personal papers — granted by his late wife, Boca Raton resident Maria Cole — and interviews with some of his closest confidantes, including Harry Belafonte, Nancy Wilson, Tony Bennett, Buddy Greco, George Benson and Johnny Mathis. "Afraid of the Dark" will screen March 30 and...