Sam Cooke, the most influential black pop star of his time, was shot dead at the young age of 33 in a seedy motel in South Los Angeles at the height of his music career. Uncover the mystery surrounding the death of The King of Soul, civil rights activist, and writer of such songs as "(What a) Wonderful World," "Twistin' the Night Away," and "Chain Gang" and who contributed to the rise of the world's best-known soul icons.
Soul musicians -- United States -- Biography.
Czarnetzki, David, film director.
Dowse, Denise, on-screen participant.
Gardner, Bill, on-screen participant.
Jamison, Eugene, on-screen participant.
Ntivyihabwa, Jean-Alexander, film director.
Sands, Zelda, 1928- on-screen participant.
Schmitt, Al, on-screen participant.
Vision Films, film distributor.