King Of Jazz

BBB

(out of 5)


Haphazard musical beautifully displays the excellent jazz of . Set up as a loose series of sketches, the film reaches its high points during the “Happy Feet” number and the many comedic skits that tie the musical numbers together. Filmed mostly in an early process of Technicolour and featuring a brilliantly assembled score, the film also holds a noted place in cinema history: it features the first animated sound film ever, a silly little piece that shows an animated Whiteman discovering jazz in Africa.


Universal Pictures

USA, 1930

Directed by ,

Screenplay by

Cinematography by , ,

Produced by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by

Academy Awards 1929/1930

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