U certificateThe Jazz Singer is a Film programme that first aired in 1927 and has been classified a U certificate.

The Jazz Singer is a 2 star programme

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The Jazz Singer (1927)

Directed by
Alan Crosland

The first feature film to include spoken dialogue, this film revolutionised the cinema. It tells the story of the son of a New York synagogue cantor who, in defiance of his father's wishes, heads off to Los Angeles to seek fame and fortune as a popular music star. This movie is renowned for some memorable Jolson performances including 'My Mammy', 'Toot Toot Tootsie Goodbye' and 'Blue Skies'.

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Genre: Film

Running Time: 88 minutes (approx)

Production Year: 1927

2/5 Stars

Classification: U Certificate

Filmed in Black and White


Al Jolson...Jakie Rabinowitz
May McAvoy...Mary Dale
Warner Oland...Cantor Rabinowitz
Eugenie Besserer...Sara Rabinowitz
Otto Lederer...Moisha Yudelson
Bobby Gordon...Jakie Rabinowitz - age 13
Richard Tucker...Harry Lee
Cantor Joseff Rosenblatt...Concert Recital