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A New Love: Questlove 29 Sep 14
forget pops!
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A New Love: Questlove 28 Sep 14
quite disturbed that in the past 4 months when alone, all i watch are movies that get under a 15 in rotten tomatoes. hello
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Athena Melliar 12h
Replying to @silkandsmokemag
'In shrouds and shrouds of smoke a silhouette is made manifest walking with her hips, puffs at her holder, wears a briolette drilled tourmaline ring grey and green, and lips her dress with every step' - 'The Jazz Singer'
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The Wolf 6 Aug 13
Doing a little jig myself right about now
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MéLan. 🥀🌙 3 Oct 16
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HISTORY 6 Oct 17
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SAC WARRIOR - HQ ComdPost '70s Aug 8
Replying to @70sSac
NOT A RACIST STATEMENT! REALLY? I haven't seen any attack on him, especially when Blacks at that time congratulated him on his performance as Son of Jewish Cantor refusing Cantor job,for acting: in , but wouldn't were makeup. 2nd film in present time!
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Cosmos Mariner 2 Sep 14
I can't bear to hear him sing anymore.
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Cosmos Mariner 2 Sep 14
The sound of Peggy Lee's voice after the Jolson assault is a wonderful tonic.
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Caroline Stanbury 26 Jul 15
is on gotta love 😍
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AJ Woodson 12 Feb 17
Al Jarreau RIP (3/12/1940 – 2/12/2017) 1) Breaking Away 2) Morning 3) Roof Garden 4) We're In This Together
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Ricky Goold 2 Jan 18
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Athena Melliar 11h
‘Tu du tu du tu du du,’ her song’s key she is scat singing; on canvas of night she is moon painting her own fantasy.' 'The Jazz Singer', ,
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Sonia Majeed 5 Oct 16
Kindness is a beauty that never fades.
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Rick Blaine 24 May 17
(1927). The first feature-length motion picture with synchronized dialogue sequences.
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H. Rap Critic Brown 29 Jul 15
I'm the only one on twitter using tag while NOT talking about Neil Diamond...
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Dr. Paul Oct 6
Today in 1927, the release of marked the beginning of the end for silent movies. The film starred and-17 minutes in-the 1st synchronized dialogue in a motion picture happened when the star said, “Wait a minute, wait a minute, you ain’t heard nothin’ yet.”
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Jennifer Rolle 2 Sep 14
"They didn't tell me you were here." That's Ruby Keeler's line from "42nd Street".
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Lorelei King 18 Aug 17
Watching Neil Diamond sing Coming to America and getting a bit misty.
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Meghan 5 Dec 16
I love how Jolson comes alive here. You get a glimpse of his live performance magic.
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