Samson Raphaelson Audio Books

Samson Raphaelson (1894–1983) earned his place in the history of American film as the man who created The Jazz Singer. His career saw enormous success in the 1930s when he juggled Broadway comedies such as Young Love, The Wooden Slipper, and Accent on Youth with a burgeoning career as a screenwriter, collaborating with director Ernst Lubitsch on nine films, including Heaven Can Wait and The Shop Around the Corner.

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Extended Sample The Jazz Singer  by Samson Raphaelson
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