Are you a fan of the iconic, legendary Motown trio The Supremes? Well, why not get to know them better with these fantastic documentaries? From behind-the-scenes gossip to interviews with family and friends, these documentaries take you into the heart of who the Supremes were and how they shaped popular music. Delve into their history and learn even more about the hits that made them famous. Come and explore these documentaries to get a deeper look into their lives, music, and careers!
1. A Brief History of the Supremes
Florence Ballard and Mary Wilson met in a talent show when they were both 15-years old. They shared the same passion for singing, which eventually led them to meeting Paul Williams and Eddie Kendricks from the Primes. The Primes had already made their mark as a well known doo wop singing group, but it was not until they became The Temptations that their fan base began to grow. Betty McGlown was already the girlfriend of Paul Williams when she joined them as a vocalist.
2. The Supremes In The Orient
In 1966, The Supremes embarked on a unique journey to promote their album “Supremes A’Go-Go”. This groundbreaking documentary film captures the sights and sounds of their tour in Asia. From amazing stage performances to interviews with locals, this is an immersive experience that brings you inside the world of the group as they take their music around the globe. Get a rare look into the lives of these talented artists and a glimpse into their music. Experience this never-before-released full-length documentary about The Supremes! Discover the lively energy, cultural exchange, and creative passion that made them so inspiring. Get ready for an unforgettable journey with The Supremes!
3. This is the Story: The Supremes in the 1970s
The Supremes are a musical group that has become synonymous with Diana Ross, who took them to super stardom. With 12 number one hits, they have cemented their legacy in the Motown music scene and beyond. From their debut on Motown Records in 1959 through to their time with Diana Ross, The Supremes have been captivating audiences for generations.
4. Diana Ross & The Supremes 2000Return to love-Full show Diana, Scherrie, Lynda 2000
The Supremes are a legendary group of singers who found success in the late 1960s and early 1970s with their signature Motown sound. This past year marked the 20th anniversary of their reunion tour, Return to Love. The documentary film captures this amazing event as they traveled around the world singing their hit songs of decades past. This nostalgic journey is an unforgettable experience. The Supremes look back on their storied career, reminiscing about the highs and lows they experienced along the way. They recall how it felt to be part of something bigger than themselves; a group who created history with its music and style.
5. The Supremes Mary Wilson talks with Phil Donahue,about her book Dreamgirl My Life As a Supreme 1986.
It was 1986 and Phil Donahue had the number one talk show. Mary Wilson, from the legendary group The Supremes, had written her book Dreamgirl: My Life as a Supreme to much anticipation. This memoir caused quite the stir in popular culture, eventually becoming an international best seller. As part of her publicity tour, Wilson appeared on Donahue’s show as a special guest.This interview was such an important moment in The Supremes history that it has been documented and preserved over the years. To this day, it can be found on Youtube, under the channel Tony Ross Back In The Day Music Videos And Now.
6. The Supremes’ 60th Anniversary – A Brazilian Documentary
At The Supremes Archive, we are deeply grateful and humbled to release our feature documentary, “The Sixty Years of the Supremes”. This is a project that has been crafted with tremendous effort since its inception in November 2020. Featuring Mary Wilson’s swan song interview, was filmed just five days before her passing. We would like to thank the many Supremes fan clubs from around the globe for their unwavering support. Together, we are helping to keep the legacy of this iconic group alive and well.
7. Diana Ross & The Supremes Live In Amsterdam 1968
Diana Ross and The Supremes were a legendary pop group from Detroit. They have been widely regarded as one of the most influential acts in music history. Their performance at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Netherlands on March 4th 1968 was an unforgettable experience for those lucky enough to be present. This documentary captures the magic that occurred during this momentous occasion.
8. Diana Ross & The Supremes with The Temptations – TCB
The 1968 Emmy-Nominated TV special is a must-see for any fan of The Supremes. Featuring Diana Ross, Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong alongside The Temptations, this show captures the essence of all that was great about the group. The synced audio from the album creates cleaner sound while video footage highlights all the excitement of a live performance. For an unmissable experience, take the trip into 1960s pop music with The Supremes and The Temptations. You won’t regret it! Be sure to check out this incredible Emmy-nominated TV special for an unforgettable look into the world of classic Motown.