Kenwood Theatre

Documenting the history and impact of Cincinnati's King Records continues with a new cinematic docu-series. 

Universal Pictures

The remastered version of "King of Jazz," Bing Crosby's first feature film appearance in 1930, screens 7 p.m. Thursday at the Kenwood Theatre, 7815 Kenwood Road.

Filmed in early Technicolor, it arrived in theaters three years after Al Jolson's ""The Jazz Singer" (1927), the first feature-length "talking" picture.