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  1. › 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.

  2. Jolson has become the defacto poster boy for blackface, and implicit with that, racism. To many, it seems inconceivable that the make-up that Jolson wore was not racist; now and for all time. And if the make-up that Jolson wore was racist, then, by extension, the man who wore it must have been racist as well.

  3. 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....

  4. › name › nm0427231Al Jolson - IMDb

    Al Jolson, Actor: The Jazz Singer. Al Jolson was known in the industry as "The World's Greatest Entertainer," for well over 40 years. After his death his influence continued unabated with such performers as Sammy Davis Jr., Elvis Presley, Mick Jagger, David Bowie, Jackie Wilson and Jerry Lee Lewis all mentioning him as an inspiration.

  5. Jolson erwiderte daraufhin: „Wie peinlich, wenn morgen in den Zeitungen steht, dass sich Al Jolson wegen einer Magenverstimmung einen Arzt rufen ließ.“ Da beide Hotelärzte im Einsatz waren und nur die Krankenschwester verfügbar war, wurde der Jolson empfohlene Kardiologe informiert, der 30 Minuten später in Begleitung eines freigewordenen Hotelarztes seine Suite betrat.

  6. 02/02/2019 · Al Jolson performed in blackface in “The Jazz Singer,” a hit film in 1927, and American actors like Shirley Temple, Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney put on blackface in movies too.

  7. Al Jolson as E P Christie sings the "Camptown Races"