You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet! | Chicago Reader

You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet!

A selection of 35-millimeter early sound shorts, many featuring classic vaudeville performances and all newly restored, produced from 1926 to '29 by the Vitaphone process, which synchronized separately running visual and audio tracks by means of a projector-turntable linkage. The title, of course, comes from Al Jolson's line in The Jazz Singer (1927), more prescient back then than anyone could possibly know.

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