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Why Netflix’s “Dolemite” Is the Feel-Good Story About Original Influencers

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Truth be told, I never heard about the late and great Rudy Ray Moore or his dynamite of a persona, “Dolemite” that he famously created after hearing the urban legend as told by a vibrant storyteller, who frequented the record store where Moore worked at the time.

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