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  • There are a couple of interesting turns amid the usual fare, and with some good acting by White, Scott, and Frances Foster as Morgan, the show does okay

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      The highlight of A Man Called Hawk: Beautiful Are the Stars is Karen Malina White, who guest stars as a young woman named Lisa. White barely looks 18, let alone the 21 she is playing here. However, she has a lot of spirit by her presence, and she does a believable

      job.

      The story begins with a magic act done outside a shop. It’s really fun and a unique way to grab our attention, especially with that cute little rabbit. The merriment ends abruptly when a thief is shot and dies right on top of Lisa’s sister, Mary (Kimberly Scott). When they ...


      • get home, Lisa discovers a pouch containing diamonds.

        Chris Noth guest stars in Beautiful Are the Stars as one of the bad guys, Stringer, with Valerie Simpson (one half of the musical duo, Ashford and Simpson) portraying a singer named Flame.

        There are a couple of interesting turns amid the usual fare, and with some

        good acting by White, Scott, and Frances Foster as Morgan, the show does okay. there’s still a little too much cloak and dagger, not to mention violence, but the latter episodes of Hawk seem to be ten times better than the first half of its only season.

        Overall, Beautiful Are the Stars is worth the watch.




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