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?
For record buyers, there were two collections of songs from the film score. Danny Thomas
recorded a 10-inch, eight-selection LP for RCA Victor, featuring Frank De Vol
and His Orchestra. Miss Peggy Lee
, backed by Gordon Jenkins
and His Orchestra, contributed a Decca EP with four tunes, including Peggy's driving, Latin rendition of the Rodgers and Hart standard "Lover," which had become a top single before the picture's release. 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
Version of The Jazz Singer
Living the Life I Love
Music by Sammy Fain
Lyrics by Jerry Seelen See more