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  1. Al Jolson canta en ella varios temas («Mammy», «Toot, toot, tootsie, goodbye», «Dirty hands, dirty face», «Blue Skies», «Mother, I still have you», etc), convirtiéndose en una estrella del séptimo arte, al que regresa poco después interpretando «The Singing Fool» (1928), una cinta dirigida por Lloyd Bacon con la que alcanza una popularidad mayor si cabe que con «The Jazz Singer».

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Al_JolsonAl Jolson - Wikipedia

    Al Jolson (born Asa Yoelson; May 26, 1886 – October 23, 1950) was an American singer, comedian, actor, and vaudevillian.Self-billed as "The World's Greatest Entertainer", Jolson is credited with being America's most famous and highest-paid star of the 1920s.

  3. 13/10/2021 · Asa "Al Jolson" Yoelson (born to Jewish immigrants Moshe Reuben Yoelson and Naomi Etta Cantor - the original family name was Hesselson - in Seredžius, Lithuania on May 26, 1885 or 1886, and died in San Francisco, California on October 23, 1950) was an American singer.

  4. Jolson acquired a love of singing from his father, but he did not want to use his voice in the synagogue. Instead, he and his brother Harry sang on street corners to earn money. Jolson also attended the theater whenever possible and discovered he loved to perform.

  5. Asa Yoelson [Al Jolson] (1886 - 1950) Cantante ruso, más conocido como Al Jolson. Es mundialmente conocido por su interpretación en la primera película sonora de la historia del cine, The Jazz Singer, pero también fue uno de los showmen más completos del siglo XX: trabajó en el cine, en los escenarios de los teatros, en el vodevil, etc.

  6. The fantastic Al Jolson performing his signature tune 'Mammy' in the finale of the 1927 film 'The Jazz Singer' and yes, it's in blackface! Great performance....

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  7. Al Jolson on racism This is an excerpt of the 06 Jun 1945 Milton Berle Show, featuring Al Jolson with biographical musical vignettes of his life, and illustrated with images of the stars, real and composite, to get a feeling for the broadcast. .

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