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A Breath of Broadway (1928)

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5 September 1928 (USA)  »

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Back in Your Own Back Yard
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Music by Dave Dreyer
Lyrics by Billy Rose and Al Jolson
Sung as "Back in Her Own Back Yard" with comic lyrics
Performed by Jack Waldron
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Nice Vitaphone Short
28 January 2013 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

A Breath of Broadway (1928)

** 1/2 (out of 4)

Jack Waldron is the star of this Vitaphone short, which was his only appearance in a film. Waldron was a well-known star on vaudeville and he brings his act to this 9-minute movie where he sings, dances and does a comedy bit. When it's time to sing he warns up that it takes a while to get used to his voice but once you do you'll hate it. Actually, all the jokes aside, his singing was actually quite good and he managed to do a couple nice numbers that helped keep the film going. His comedy was a bit laid-back but I actually thought he was good at the delivery and certainly helped push some of the weaker jokes. The highlight of the film comes at the very end when he does a good dance, although one should be warned that it comes with a racially insensitive jokes saying this is how a colored man gets his exercise. Overall I found the short to be quite entertaining and it's clear that Waldron had a good style for the movies so it was a little bit surprising that this here was his only short.


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