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A walk in front of the former Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, which opened just before Al Jolson starred in The Jazz Singer, is mystical for all the footprints preserved there. Here is a look at how Jolie's knee prints joined the display, narrated by Al Jolson, himself, on March 12, 1936. Click on the photo to see the clip.
Jolson's Famous Footprints

This clip is part of a short included in Jolson on Celluloid, a video available through the International Al Jolson Video Department.

For more about Grauman's Chinese Theatre, you may visit the Official Website.


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