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Hallelujah I'm a Bum

Hallelujah I'm a Bum(1933)

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  • hallelujah im a bum

    • will
    • 7/17/13

    its been dubbed the great experiment ( film) in recent years. leave it to al jolson to pioneer(as in the jazz singer)and gamble on a new idea.1933 movie goers were not ready for this kind of dialog in rymn.time would show it could work successfully,as in the wizard of oz and the music man. al jolson shines in this film.although the songs were not mega hits his energy lights up the screen.recently someone said, sadly al jolson has been forgotten.i can tell you hes still well remembered.

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    • Ross
    • 10/1/11

    This is an extraordinary and highly entertaining film of the early depression period. From a social history point of view it is absolutely fascinating. Anyone interested in the Great Depression will find this a rich and rewarding experience. It is also full of great songs and well acted by all. The exceptionally beautiful Madge Evans shines in an all too rare leading role.

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