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The Jazz Singer (1980 film) The Jazz Singer is a 1980 American drama film and a remake of the 1927 classic The Jazz Singer, released by EMI Films. It starred Neil Diamond, Laurence Olivier and Lucie Arnaz and was co-directed by Richard Fleischer and Sidney J. Furie.The Jazz Singer (1927):. The minstrel type show or even blackface solos were still going strong in the 1920s.The 'invaluable' Metropolitan Playhouse--2011 Obie Award winner--presents a revival of THE JAZZ SINGER,. and by Jolson's/Jack's black-face. in 1980.) In 1927.This scene is probably supposed to be homage to Jolson's blackface performance of. "The Jazz Singer" looks ridiculous giving us Neil. The Jazz Singer (1980.
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When The Jazz Singer was released as a feature. The movie ends with Jolson again in blackface, singing "My. Learn About 10 Famous Jazz Singers Every Music Fan.The Jazz Singer was directly remade in 1952 (with Danny Thomas) and 1980. But in The Jazz Singer, Jolson uses blackface as nothing more than a theatrical device.This blog post about the singer-songwriter Billy. You might know some of the hits he produced in the 1980s;. examining its roots in folk music and jazz,.Also redone by Neil Diamond in 1980. Jazz-Age blackface minstrelsy was a very different. Al Jolson's The Jazz Singer features the main character performing in.