Some articles on singing kid:
... Jolson's last Warner vehicle was The Singing Kid (1936), a parody of Jolson's stage persona (he plays a character named Al Jackson) in which he pokes fun ... Chicago on our way to California for the film, The Singing Kid ... Cotton Club revues, but he had done some interpretations for The Singing Kid that I just couldn't go along with ...
Famous quotes containing the words kid and/or singing:
“When that kid looks into your eyes and you know its yours, you know what it means to be alive.”
—Anonymous Father. Quoted in When Men are Pregnant, by Jerrold Lee Shapiro, ch. 15 (1987)
“I held a bayonet
that was for the earth of your stomach.
The belly button singing its puzzle.
The intestines winding like the alpine roads.
It was made to enter you
as you have entered me....”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)