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'The Jazz Singer': THR's 1952 Review


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This film has one of my favorite examples of studio craftsmanship at work - The nighttime scene with Danny Thomas and Mildred Dunnock. Beautiful lighting, natural dialogue and restrained performances. While the entire film may be merely a 25th talkie anniversary remake, Michael Curtiz made at least this one scene stand out as fine drama.

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