SAY IT WITH SONGS (1929)

Bacon, Lloyd (director)

Published by Warner Bros. Vitaphone, 1929
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Vintage original 11 x 14" (28 x 35 cm.) title lobby card, USA. Al Jolson, Davey Lee, Marian Nixon, Holmes Herbert, dir: Lloyd Bacon; Warner Brothers Vitaphone. An early All Talking, All Singing vehicle for showman Al Jolson. Moving away from his minstrel show image, he played a happy-go-lucky radio singer who has a problem with gambling and drinking. The radio microphone is ingeniously incorporated into the title treatment here. In the film Jolson performed a song which became one of his standards, "Little Pal." Little pal was played by Davey Lee, and, in this card, he is seen at the right. Borders have been professionally touched up, card is unbacked, NEAR FINE. Bookseller Inventory # 10259

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Title: SAY IT WITH SONGS (1929)
Publisher: Warner Bros. Vitaphone
Publication Date: 1929
Binding: No Binding
Book Condition: Near Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

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Bacon, Lloyd (director)
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Book Description Warner Bros. Vitaphone, 1929. No Binding. Book Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. Vintage original 11 x 14" (28 x 35 cm.) lobby card, USA. Al Jolson, Davey Lee, Marian Nixon, Holmes Herbert, dir: Lloyd Bacon; Warner Brothers Vitaphone. An early All Talking, All Singing vehicle for showman Al Jolson. Moving away from his minstrel show image, he played a happy-go-lucky radio singer who has a problem with gambling and drinking. The radio microphone is ingeniously incorporated into the title treatment here. In the film, Jolson performed a song which became one of his standards: "Little Pal." Little pal was played by Davey Lee and, in this card, Jolson picks up the child after he has been run into by a car. Linen paper card. One marginal chip, NEAR FINE. Bookseller Inventory # 10260

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Book Description Warner Bros. Vitaphone, 1929. No Binding. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Vintage original 14 x 22" (35 x 56 cm.) window card, USA. Al Jolson, Davey Lee, Marian Nixon, Holmes Herbert, dir: Lloyd Bacon; Warner Brothers Vitaphone. The Vitaphone logo is displayed for this early All Talking, All Singing vehicle for showman Al Jolson.Moving away from his minstrel show image, he played a happy-go-lucky radio singer who has a problem with gambling and drinking. This showing was for the Rialto Theatre of Fort Dodge, IA, which was built in the early-1920s and ran as a Central States Theatre until its closing in the mid-1970s. A few weeks after the Sep. 29 play date, Wall Street would crash, necessitating a need for more Jolson musicals. There is one mended tear, about 2.5" (4.5 cm.) and one vertical scratch, a little bit of soiling, VERY GOOD. Bookseller Inventory # 10262

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Book Description Warner Bros. Vitaphone, 1929. No Binding. Book Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. Vintage original 11 x 14" (28 x 35 cm.) lobby card, USA. Al Jolson, Davey Lee, Marian Nixon, Holmes Herbert, dir: Lloyd Bacon; Warner Brothers Vitaphone. An early All Talking, All Singing vehicle for showman Al Jolson. Moving away from his minstrel show image, he played a happy-go-lucky radio singer who has a problem with gambling and drinking. The radio microphone is ingeniously incorporated into the title treatment here. In the film Jolson performed a song which became one of his standards, "Little Pal." Little pal was played by Davey Lee, and, in this card, he is seen at the right. Borders have been professionally touched up, card is unbacked, NEAR FINE. Bookseller Inventory # 10283

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