Jerry dreams to become a famous jazz singer. But in order to accomplish that, he must defy his father, a Jewish Cantor, who is opposed to such dream as a future for his son.
It's joy set to music. A story that sings out to your heart.
Did You Know?
The film opened in London's West End in December 1953, but played for only one week. It did not go on general release in the UK until one year later, in December 1954 on a double bill with Riding Shotgun. See more
Catwalks, lights and other equipment rigged to the roof of the sound stage are clearly visible during a shot of an audience supposedly sitting in a real theater. See more
This Is a Very Special Day
Written by Peggy Lee See more