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Al JolsonArtist info Asa "Al Jolson" Yoelson (born to Jewish immigrants Moshe Reuben Yoelson and Naomi Etta Cantor - the original family name was Hesselson - in Seredžius, Lithuania on May 26, 1885 or 1886, and died in San Francisco, California on October 23, 1950) was an American singer. He was one of the most popular entertainers of the first half of the 20th century.Early life and careerThe son of the Rabbi of the Talmud Torah Synagogue (now Ohev Sholom Talmud Torah) in Washington, D.C... Read more

Mammy - Al Jolson (Jazz Singer performance)
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.

The Anniversary Song - Al Jolson (Larry Parks - The Jolson Story) (1946)
In 1946, Saul Chaplin adapted Iosif Ivanovici's Romanian 'Waves of the Danube'; Al Jolson and Saul Chaplin wrote the lyrics.

Al Jolson - I'm Sitting On Top Of The World (1928, The Singing Fool)
Al Jolson, born Asa Yoelson on May 26, 1886, and his family left Russia when he was a child. The son of a cantor, he first sang in a synagogue. His first show ...

"THE 'REAL AL JOLSON STORY' south bank show ~ Pt. 1 of 4 ~ 1986
For Part 2 please see: The 2nd. television (edited) documentary of 'The World's Greatest Entertainer' was ...

Al Jolson - Sonny Boy
Al Jolson Sonny Boy.

California Here I Come - Al Jolson
California Here I Come - Al Jolson.

Al Jolson - Swanee (Rhapsody in Blue - 1945)
Al Jolson, born Asa Yoelson on May 26, 1886, and his family left Russia when he was a child. The son of a cantor, he first sang in a synagogue. His first show ...

"MY MAMMY" Al Jolson from "The Jolson Story "1946 with LARRY PARKS ~ HD STEREO
watch "Ma Blushin'Rosie" from The Jolson Story at: MY MAMMY: introduced by Al Jolson in his winter garden ...

"I LOVE TO SINGA" AL JOLSON in 'THE SINGING KID' with Cab Calloway ~ 1936
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Although the first musical number that 'Jolie' fully sings in "The Jolson Story" is "Ma Blushin Rosie", Jolson never recorded it in the early teens, though he most ...

Viewers not familiar with Al Jolson might be wondering who Rudy Wissler was not to mention Scotty Beckett; both seen here in excerpts from the beginning of ...

AL JOLSON ~ " S W A N E E " from Rhapsody in Blue" WIDESCREEN -HD 1945
Al Jolson's last film role in a cameo appearance from the George Gershwin biography, Rhapsody in Blue. This is the only known video appearance of 'Jolie' ...

Al Jolson - Swanee (1920)
Al Jolson (May 26,1886 Oct.23,1950), born in Lithuania, Russian Empire, was a highly acclaimed American singer, comedian, and actor, and the first openly ...


Al Jolson - Are You Lonesome Tonight

Al Jolson sings Yiddish "A Cantor on the Sabbath" (On Screen English Translation)
"The sweet singer of Israel" Al Jolson with "A Chazend'l Ohf Shabbes" (or A Chazendel Olf Shabos) "A Cantor for the Sabbath" in Yiddish - Jewish Singer ...

Some Enchanted Evening — Al Jolson
Al Jolson's Kraft Music Hall tribute to the original Broadway production of "South Pacific."

A copy of A Plantation Act was found in the National Archives, mislabeled as a preview for The Jazz Singer, universally known as 'the first talkie' produced by ...

Al Jolson----"About A Quarter To Nine"
From The 1935 Movie "Go Into Your Dance"

Al Jolson - When You Were Sweet Sixteen
Al Jolson, Asa Yoelson (Seredzius, Lituania, 26 de mayo de 1886 - San Francisco (EE. UU.), 23 de octubre de 1950), fue un cantante, actor, guionista y director ...

Sonny Boy - Al Jolson (1928)
"Sonny Boy" is a song written by Ray Henderson, Bud De Sylva, and Lew Brown. The song was featured on the 1928 sound film "The Singing Fool." Al Jolson ...

Blue Skies - Al Jolson
Al Jolson performing 'Blue Skies' (written by Irving Berlin) in the 1927 film 'The Jazz Singer' - credited as the first feature-length 'talkie'. This clip is the final ...

Al Jolson The Anniversary Song
Al Jolson The Anniversary Song.

Larry Parks As Al Jolson - Sonny Boy (Personally Remastered Sound and Widescreen)
Here is a wonderful scene from the classic 1949 film, "Jolson Sings Again", with the amazing Larry Parks as legendary singer, Al Jolson. I've cropped it to ...

When You Were Sweet Sixteen - Al Jolson
When You Were Sweet Sixteen - Al Jolson.

Al Jolson - By The Light Of The Silvery Moon 1946
Al Jolson (May 28, 1886 -- October 23, 1950) was an American singer, comedian and actor. In his heyday, he was dubbed "The World's Greatest Entertainer" "By ...

AL JOLSON LIVE on 'The Barry Gray Show' ~ "You Made Me Love You"/ "Swanee" 1946
Al Jolson came to The Barry Gray Show early one morning a few weeks after the opening of "The Jolson Story" and along with his pianists Harry Akst, performed ...

Al Jolson - Brother can you spare a Dime
Al Jolson sings the song that has become the anthem of the great depression. "Don't you remember, they called me Al; it was Al all the time. Why don't you ...

Al Jolson - Beautiful Dreamer (1950)
One of Jolson's last recordings, recorded July 13, 1950 for an album of Stephen Foster songs. It was also the last song written by Stephen Foster. This song has ...

Mammy - Al Jolson ( El cantor de Jazz-1929)

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