Movietone


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Movietone

(ˈmuːvɪˌtəʊn)
n
(Film) trademark US the earliest technique of including a soundtrack on film
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Before television, Cinesound and Movietone engaged in a highly publicized race of their own, to be first to get their coverage on the screen in Sydney, only hours after the Cup had run in Melbourne, processing and editing the film in flight.
Taking a cue from the musicals' less than historically accurate approach to history and realism, Branagh sets the tale on the eve of WW2, for no real reason other than it gels with the genre, allows him to fill in the missing exposition and update plot proceedings by using pastiche Movietone newsreels (plummily voiced by himself) and provides a reason why the happy ending has to be delayed for a while as the chaps prove themselves.
It brought back fond memories of the glory days of cinema newsreels like Pathe and Movietone.
Associated Press and British Movietone are together bringing more than a million minutes of digitised film footage to the channel, offering a unique perspective on the most significant moments of modern history.
The war was somewhere else, on the news, On the wireless, or Movietone or Pathe, We stuck with our heroes, sucking liquorice root, And home-made taffy, Reading wor comics, Rover, Wizard, Adventure, Dandy and Beano, Till it all stopped as war got closer, nearer to yem, We could hear the bombs go, So many years of nothing but killing, With Dads far away from home, No pictures then, dark nights, sirens, blackouts, Gas masks, nowhere to roam.
She became associated with the stunt film genre, acting in adventure films like Jungle King (Wadia Movietone, 1939) and Bijlee (Prakash Pictures, 1939) where one would find her dressed in tigerskins and jumping off horses.
All Quiet on the Western Front: "the mightiest drama of the screen; with British Movietone News." No, that wouldn't do.
The bridge, decorated in paint specially made by Gateshead's Dampney and Company, cost pounds 1,200,000 and the opening was deemed important enough to be filmed by British Movietone News.
His guests would be fed regally, but with a one-drink limit (booze was kept in a locked safe) and the film, preceded by a Movietone newsreel, would start at 11 each night.
But Keith Medley was also one of the finest photographers of his generation, remembered always for his Movietone film of Donald Campbell being killed as he attempted the world water speed record on January 4,1967.
The British Quota Act of 1927-1928 provided a much needed boost to local production because it helped Australian films find exhibition in Britain, but after this was amended in 1938 most of the local production was in the form of the Cinesound and Movietone News newsreels, later depicted so beautifully in Newsfront (Phillip Noyce, 1978).
James was seized by Franco's troops and spent three weeks in a tiny cell before being detained in a PoW camp for five months.Back home in Glasgow his mum was at the Palaceum cinema when footage of the fighting was shown on movietone news.
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