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Cinéma/TV
LONG Métrage | 1952
Chanteur de jazz (Le) [real: M. Curtiz]
Pays concerné : États-Unis
Durée : 107 minutes
Genre : musical
Type : fiction

Français

1er remake du film d’Alan Crosland.

Réalisateur : Michael Curtiz

avec Danny Thomas, Peggy Lee et Frank Davis.


Produit par : Jack-L. Warner Harry-M. Warner Louis Edelman Warner Bros. Pictures
Genre : Fiction
Durée : 01:47:00
Année : 1952
Date de sortie en salle : 20/11/53
Pays : Etats-Unis

Acteurs
Danny Thomas
Eduard Franz
Tom Tully
Alex Gerry
Allyn Joslyn
Harold Gordon
Hal Ross
Justin Smith
Gayne Whitman
Anthony Jochim
Dan Barton
Sam Wolfe
Murray Alper
Phil Arnold
Vince Barnett
Jimmy Conlin
Earl Lee
David Leonard
William Schallert
Henry Slate
Charles Watts

Actrices
Peggy Lee
Mildred Dunnock
Anitra Stevens
Bess Flowers
Marcorita Hellman

English

Jazz singer (The) [dir. M. Curtiz]
A cantor’s son goes against family tradition to become a popular singer.

All his life he trained to be a cantor, but now Jerry Golding has other ideas. He wants to see his name up in lights on Broadway!
Danny Thomas, star classic TV comedy series Make Room for Daddy, plays Jerry in this 1952 update of the 1927 movie landmark that introduced the Sound Era. Opposite Thomas is musical legend Peggy Lee. Both Thomas and Lee rarely appear in films, which makes this heart-tugging show business story even more exceptional.

Exceptional, too, are performances of song standards like Birth of the Blues, If I Could Be with You and I’m Looking over a Four-Leaf Clover. (Ray Heindorf and Max Steiner shared an Oscar(r) nomination for Best Musical Scoring). Watch Lee wrap Cole Porter’s Just One of Those Things in vocal silk and smoke and then set Rodgers and Hart’s Lover ablaze and you’ll know more than one jazz
singer graces The Jazz Singer.

Directed by Michael Curtiz

with Danny Thomas, Peggy Lee & Frank Davis.
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