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|JOLSON ROW WITH WARNERS STILL UNSETTLED Singer Raps Employers On $5-Per-Seat Charge At Picture's Opening Star Refuses To Sing Over Warner Radio Station--Says "$5 Is Too Much Charge To See a Motion Picture."|
|Shaffer, Rosalind - The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.|
|Date:||Oct 20, 1929|
|Abstract (Document Summary)|
(Special.)--A tense audience which included many of those "in the know" in Hollywood waited to hear Al Jolson's remarks on the night of local premiers of his picture, "Say It With Songs."
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