The Jazz Singer

The Jazz Singer (1927)

Audio problem: In the close-up, as Jack is whistling "Toot-Toot-Tootsie," it doesn't match up with his mouth.

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Continuity mistake: Jack is finished singing Toot-Toot Tootsie and the audience is applauding. The guy sitting to the viewers left, with no cut-aways suddenly has a cigar appear in his mouth, he removes it then its back in his mouth.

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Trivia: This was the first movie ever with audible dialogue, though less than 400 words are spoken in the whole movie.

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