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  1. Dirty Hands, Dirty Face Lyrics: Wonderful pals are always hard to find / Some folks have one, some folks have none / And I was alone for years, but fate was kind / And in the end, sent me a friend.
  2. The big moment, in which the song ("Dirty Hands, Dirty Face") and the famous more > The big moment, in which the song ("Dirty Hands, Dirty Face") and the famous first spoken words using Warner Bros' Vitaphone synchronized sound process are delivered, by Al Jolson in The Jazz Singer,
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  4. Lyrics to 'Dirty Hands! Dirty Face!' by Al Jolson. Wonderful pals are always hard to find Some folks have one, some folks have none And I was alone for years, but fate was kind And in .
  5. IAJS CD From his first commercially released song through the end of his run of recordings some twenty years later, Al Jolson, the man known rightfully as The World's Greatest Entertainer, saw 23 of his single recordings become number one best sellers. That is more than any artist in his day, and more than any artist in our times as well. No one has ever topped Jolson.
  6. The ceremonies ended on a lighter note as Al Jolson, the movie's star, entertained with patter and song. "I noticed they gave The Jazz Singer a statuette," he said. "But they didn't give me one; For the life of me, I can't see what Jack Warner can do with one of them. It can't say yes.".
  7. The Jazz Singer was adapted as a one-hour radio play on two broadcasts of Lux Radio Theatre, both starring Al Jolson, reprising his screen role. The first aired August 10, ; the second, also starring Gail Patrick, on June 2, The Jazz Singer was parodied as early as , in the Warner Bros. cartoon I Love to Singa, directed by Tex disco.truthhammerburinnfenriktilar.infoinfo by: Louis Silvers.
  8. Mar 08,  · It was Warner Bros that took the 1st leap into the all-talking movie with the Jazz Singer in Though there are instances of sound being used earlier this film is the 1st feature-length motion.
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