The Golden Age of Hollywood

Hope you enjoy this compilation of songs from the World's Greatest Entertainer Al Jolson featured in his Warner Brothers movies from 1927 to 1935.

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Oh I LOVE AL JOLSON! I became obsessed with him quite quickly. It only took one time seeing him perform on film and I was hooked! No other performer has ever had such an impact on me as JOLSON has.
That's a really good montage of Al Jolson there Derek! It gives a good representation of his talent and style.

I've been an Al Jolson fan since I was 5-6 years old when I saw THE JOLSON STORY first run in a theater.

I would have loved to have seen him on the stage, because I think he was "too big" for the motion picture screen.

But, at least, his talent has been preserved forever.



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