All By Myself | 1980
The life and career of iconic singer Eartha Kitt are documented. Kitt is seen performing some of her most memorable songs, at gala functions such as the Inaugural Ball for Ronald Reagan, and is interviewed about several periods of her life. Abandoned by her mother, Kitt spent a sad childhood in South Carolina. Her first success as a performer came in Europe, and later in her own country. Political controversies later caused Kitt to be blacklisted for some time, but she was resiliant and quickly returned to success.