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Al Jolson Collection

Author: Al JolsonWilliam KeighleyAlan CroslandLloyd BaconArchie L MayoAll authors
Publisher: [Culver City, CA] : MGM/UA Home Video, ©1992.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videodisc : NTSC color broadcast system   Visual material : English
Database:WorldCat
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This collection of Al Jolson films include: 1927 The Jazz Singer which is the first feature with spoken dialogue; 1928 The Singing Fool; 1929 Say It With Songs; 1930 Mammy; 1930 Big Boy; 1934 Wonder Bar; 1935 Go Into Your Dance; 1936 The Singing Kid. Also included is a Jolson-inspired cartoon "I Love to Singa," starring a family of owls, and centering around Owl Jolson. Four trailers from pictures in the collection  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Al Jolson; William Keighley; Alan Crosland; Lloyd Bacon; Archie L Mayo; Michael Curtiz
ISBN: 0792811976 9780792811978
OCLC Number: 221717674
Notes: Disc characteristics: CLV with CAV supplements, double sided.
Supplement contains theatrical trailers of 'Mammy', 'Wonder bar', 'Go into your dance', 'The singing.'
Credits: Produced by Leon Schlesinger ; directed by Alan Crosland, Lloyd Bacon, Michael Curtiz, Archie L. Mayo, and William Keighley ; produced for laserdisc by George Feltenstein and Peter Fitzgerald.
Description: 7 videodiscs (NTSC) : sd., black and white ; 30 cm + pamphlet.
Details: Extended play with chapter search.
Contents: pt. 1 The jazz singer / dir. by Alan Crosland; The singing fool / dir. by Lloyd Bacon --
pt.
Other Titles: Say it with songs
Mammy
Jazz singer
Singing fool
Big boy
Wonder bar
Go into your dance
Singing kid
Responsibility: Al Jolson.

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This collection of Al Jolson films include: 1927 The Jazz Singer which is the first feature with spoken dialogue; 1928 The Singing Fool; 1929 Say It With Songs; 1930 Mammy; 1930 Big Boy; 1934 Wonder Bar; 1935 Go Into Your Dance; 1936 The Singing Kid. Also included is a Jolson-inspired cartoon "I Love to Singa," starring a family of owls, and centering around Owl Jolson. Four trailers from pictures in the collection are presented.

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