The Singing Fool (1928) Poster



The goof item below may give away important plot points.


Halfway through the film when Jolson's character is destitute and stands across a street from and faces toward his old nightclub "Blackie Joe's," the cabaret's flashing marquee is reflected and can be seen clearly in the store window behind Jolson; however, unlike a true reflection, the words and letters are not reversed.
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