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    The Jazz Singer

    A 1927 musical film of Alan Crosland is starring Al Jolson, May McAvoy, Warner Oland follows a young man. His father is Jewish Cantor, so that he prevents his son to be a singer as he wants because of his religious manners. What happens next when the son tries to pursue his dream.
    Duration: 88 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1927
    IMDb: 6.5
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  • Actors of "The Jazz Singer"

  • Characters of "The Jazz Singer"

    Jakie Rabinowitz. Character of The Jazz Singer
    Played by: Al Jolson
    Mary Dale. Character of The Jazz Singer
    Played by: May McAvoy
    Cantor Rabinovitch. Character of The Jazz Singer
    Played by: Warner Oland
    Sara Rabinowitz. Character of The Jazz Singer
    Moisha Yudelson. Character of The Jazz Singer
    Played by: Otto Lederer
    Harry Lee. Character of The Jazz Singer
    Played by: Richard Tucker
  • Directors of "The Jazz Singer"

    Alan Crosland. Director of The Jazz Singer
    Alan Crosland
    Birthdate: 10 August 1894, New York City, New York, USA
  • Creators of "The Jazz Singer"

    Samson Raphaelson. Director of The Jazz Singer
    Samson Raphaelson
    Birthdate: 30 March 1894, New York City, New York, USA
    Alfred A. Cohn. Director of The Jazz Singer
    Alfred A. Cohn
    Birthdate: 26 March 1880, Freeport, Illinois, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "The Jazz Singer"

    TIME Magazine
    July 28, 2008

    In cities where the Vitaphone can be installed and reproduce his voice this picture will eminently repay attendance.

    July 22, 2008

    Undoubtedly the best thing Vitaphone has ever put on the screen.

    New York Times
    March 25, 2006

    The Vitaphoned songs and some dialogue have been introduced most adroitly.

    Chicago Reader
    January 01, 2000

    It's ragged and dull until the magical moment when Jolson turns to the camera to announce, 'You ain't heard nothin' yet' -- a line so loaded with unconscious irony that it still raises a few goose bumps.

    ReelTalk Movie Reviews
    December 31, 2015

    Of its time, surely, 'The Jazz Singer' is nevertheless better than one expects going in.

    Antagony & Ecstasy
    May 03, 2014

    A film whose appeal is almost solely historical, for a multitude of reasons.

    February 21, 2012

    The Jazz Singer is not a good picture artistically, but it's historically significant and Al Johnson is truly entertaining
    July 20, 2009

    The Jazz Singer is a shallow attempt by a powerful group of straying Jews to clear their consciences.

    TV Guide
    July 28, 2008

    By today's standards, The Jazz Singer is mawkish, crudely filmed, and full of schmaltz. Yet it remains fascinating in its historical value, not only for its technical innovation.
    July 12, 2008

    An overrated cinematic turd, and an embarrassment to Jazz.
    November 17, 2007

    There's one thing that neither Neil Diamond nor Danny Thomas nor even Jerry Lewis had in their versions: the unrivaled showmanship and charisma of Al Jolson.

    Movie Metropolis
    October 14, 2007

    ...there's no taking away from the movie's heart and Jolson's singing. The Jazz Singer remains a classic of its kind.

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