There were a handful of short Jazz films made in the late 1920s and early 1930s. These films were usually one or two reelers, and were shown as shorts before the feature film.

Title Starring Year
Ben Bernie and All The Lads Ben Bernie and his Orchestra 1924 or 1925
Pep and Personality Tommy Christian and his Orchestra 1927
Carnival Nights In Paris Henry Halstead and his Orchestra 1927
Reb Spikes and his Follies Entertainers Reb Spikes 1927
Fred Waring And His Pennsylvanians Fred Waring And His Pennsylvanians 1927
St. Louis Blues Bessie Smith 1929
Black And Tan Fantasy Duke Ellington and his Cotton Club Orchestra 1929
The Opry House Mound City Blue Blowers 1929
Syncopation Waring's Pennsylvanians 1929
Grace Johnston and the Indiana Five Grace Johnston and the Indiana Five 1929
Is Everybody Happy? Ted Lewis 1929
Red Nichols and his Five Pennies Red Nichols and his Five Pennies 1929
How Can I Love You? Seger Ellis and his Embassy Club Orchestra 1929
After Seben Chick Webb and his Orchestra 1929
Check And Double Check Duke Ellington 1930
King Of Jazz Paul Whiteman 1930
The Happiness Remedy Ted Lewis 1931
The Big Broadcast Bing Crosby and Eddie Lang, Cab Calloway, The Boswell Sisters, The Mills Brothers 1932
Rhapsody In Black And Blue Louis Armstrong 1932
I Heard Don Redman 1933
Smash Your Baggage Elmer Snowden's Small's Paradise Orchestra 1933
Symphony In Black Duke Ellington and his Orchestra 1935
Jammin' At The Margins: Jazz And The American Cinema, by Krin Gabbard, University of Chicago Press, 1996