4 titles.

1. The Jazz Singer (1927)
A jazz singer...singing to his God!
Leave my house. I never want to see you again, you Jazz singer!
2. I Love to Singa (1936 Short Film)
Enough is too much! Out of my house, you hotcha! You crooner! You falsetto! You jazz singer! You... you... you...
3. The 76th Annual Academy Awards (2004 TV Special)
It was Al Jolson's "The Jazz Singer" in 1927. First movie to feature sound and dialogue.
4. Roy Chubby Brown: Saturday Night Beaver (1996 Video)
He said "Extra Tit. She was a Single White Female with a Death Wish. She Deceived Alfie The Jazz Singer with her Dirty Dancing and Indecent Proposal. She gave Personal Services to A Few Good Men - Batman, Rain Man, City Slickers, she was no Fish Called Wanda, she was no Jewel in the Crown, but she fucked like a Roger Rabbit. On Friday the 13th her Bodyguard, Last of the Mohicans caused Cape Fear with his War of the Roses. He informed The Godfather, Scarface - like Gorillas in the Mist, they were looking for Revenge. You see Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves was Down and Out in Beverly Hills too, took Planes, Trains & Automobiles to Manhattan On the Waterfront. They met, On Golden Pond, Lethal Weapon 1, 2 and 3. But a miracle happened on 42nd Street - Yentl was on Schindler's List, was Entertaining Mr. Sloane, the Robocop, went A Bridge too Far, told Forrest Gump, the Accidental Hero. He said Tootsie, Tootsie, Tootsie, don't Look Back in Anger, look Back to the Future. You're Twins, you're Next of Kin, you were Switched at Birth. Just Throw Momma from the Train. She was determined This Shouldn't Happen to a Vet. Your daddy two shoes Uncle Buck took A Passage to India, to The Land that Time Forgot, Beyond the Stars, to be like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and live happily ever after!"
4 titles.