First Part-Talking Motion Picture:  The Jazz Singer, with Al Jolson, first part-talking motion picture (1927)

"The Jazz Singer is a 1927 American musical film. The first feature-length motion picture with synchronized dialogue sequences, its release heralded the commercial ascendance of the "talkies" and the decline of the silent film era" (from Wikipedia)

Myrna Loy in "The Jazz Singer" (1927) - Nick says "Really?  Is this the same Jazz Singer that was the first talky?  With Al Jolson?

Myrna Loy - Le Chanteur de jazz / The Jazz Singer, réalisé par Alan Crosland,

I've got to admit, the amount of time he kisses his mother on the lips and the things he says to her made me uncomfortable. It's a cultural discomfort. I guess it was normal in the 20s, or is this a case of Oedipus complex? Also I couldn't wait for the Cantor to die. That man was the fucking devil.

The Jazz Singer 27x40 Movie Poster (1927)

A young Jewish man is torn between tradition and individuality when his old-fashioned family objects to his career as a jazz singer. This is the first full length feature film to use synchronized sound, and is the original film musical.

The Jazz Singer 1927

The Jazz Singer (1927)

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Myrna Loy as Chorus Girl (uncredited) - 1927 - The Jazz Singer - Director:  Alan Crosland

hedda-hopper: “ The Jazz Singer (Warner Brothers, ” Myrna Loy as Chorus Girl (uncredited) - 1927 - The Jazz Singer - Director: Alan Crosland

The Jazz Singer (1927)

The Jazz Singer "First Talkie"

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