The First Black Movie Star, Beyoncé’s Secret Weapon, & Lisa Kudrow’s Comeback

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Odessa Warren Grey and Bert Williams in 1913's <em>Bert Williams Lime Kiln Field Day Project</em>
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Bert Williams was the most famous African-American entertainer of his day. But for some reason, his first film was never released. Now, 100 years later, it’s finally being seen. Also, we hear from Boots, the little-known producer on Beyoncé’s last album. And Lisa Kudrow finally steps out of the long shadow of Friends’ Phoebe Buffay.