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You ain't heard or seen nothing like this! When The Jazz Singer was released in theatres, the future of Hollywood changed. For the first time in a feature film, an actor spoke on screen, stunning audiences and leaving the silent era behind. Al Jolson was the history-making actor, playing the son of a Jewish cantor who must defy his rabbi father in order to pursue his dream of being in show business. Now remastered and restored for hi-def, the whole story can be seen (and heard) here. It's more than just history - it's pure entertainment!
|Audio||English DTS-HD Master Audio 1.0, Polish Dolby Digital 1.0|
|Cast||Warner Oland, May McAvoy, Otto Lederer, Richard Tucker, Robert Gordon, Eugenie Besserer, Al Jolson, Cantor Joseff Rosenblatt|
|HOH (Hard of Hearing)||Yes|
|Special Features||Feature Digital Transfer And Immaculately Refurbished Soundtrack From Restored Picture Elements And Original Vitaphone-Sound-On-Disc Recordings, Commentary By Film Historian Ron Hutchinson And Band Leader Vince Giordano, Rare Cartoon And Collection Of Shorts: I Love To Singa, Hollywood Handicap, A Day At Santa Anita, Al Jolson In A Plantation Act, An Intimate Dinner In Celebration Of Warner Brothers Silver Jubilee, 1947 Lux Radio Theatre Broadcast Starring Al Jolson (Audio Only), Theatrical Trailer, This pack includes Blu-Ray + Ultraviolet, Instantly stream and download now!, Ultraviolet delivers instant access to your movie., Watch your movie on a broad range of devices, Share it with up to 5 friends or family members, Redeem by 27/01/2015, special features not included, does not include iTunes., (Special Features may not be in High Definition, audio and subtitles may vary. English SDH Bonus Material/Trailer May Not Be SDH)|
|Year Of Release||1927|