Diana Ross: Live in Central Park Trailer

Diana Ross: Live in Central Park Trailer (1983)

25 July 1983 160 mins

On July 21,1983, the legendary Diana Ross took the stage in New York's Central Park before an audience of over 800,000. Soon after the entertainer began, pouring rain and heavy wind threatened to put an end to the show, but Diana pushed on for much of the set;urging the drenched crowd to remain calm and stay with her. Eventually the torrential storm put an end to the performance;but not before Diana promised her fans she would return the next day. True to her word;Diana performed the entire concert again on July 22nd for the people of New York.

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Diana Ross

as Herself

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 25 July 1983

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