Warners have been working on the DVD of the historic first ever sound feature, 1927's "THE JAZZ SINGER" While no release date has been yet been announced, some information has become available. The DVD will feature a much improved Soundtrack. All Video and TV presentations up until now have originated from an early primitive 30s sound-on-film print. This new DVD will be Digitally Mastered for the first time directly from some recently discovered, excellent condition, Original Vitaphone Sound Discs. Working Digitally from these original discs should improve the quality of the sound quite dramatically. The DVD will include for the first time, the Intermission music, also extras such as Posters, Programs and several shorts of the period. Al Jolson's "A Plantation Act" (1926) and the Trailer are confirmed extras.