Vitaphone


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Vitaphone

(ˈvaɪtəˌfəʊn)
n
(Film) trademark an early technique in commercial film-making in which the accompanying sound was produced by discs
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Paradoxically, he was the handsome "Great Profile" Barrymore, and starred in "Don Juan" (1926), the first feature-length movie to use a Vitaphone soundtrack.
Sam Warner discovered the way to get it when he saw some short films that employed the Vitaphone system of synchronised sound recorded on disc.
President with Vitaphone USA and was instrumental in establishing their
Dubai-based Vitaphone, a leading telemedicine firm, and the German Heart Centre have teamed up to develop a facility for the treatment of cardiovascular disease and the monitoring of patients using mobile diagnostic equipment.
Mutsch withstood a strong charge in the early stages of the one-hour race from Andrea Bertolini in the Vitaphone Racing Team Maserati before handing over to Grosjean.
Occurrences such as the development of telephone technology by AT&T, and radio technology by RCA, as well as the coming of sound systems such as Vitaphone, were merely technological tools for social construction.
Throwing himself into work, he eventually invented the Vitaphone, the technology that would make the first ever talking movie - Al Jolson's The Jazz Singer - possible.
Many of the Soundies are not without stereotypes, though perhaps not as cringe-inducing as the Vitaphone shorts of the previous generation.
In 1928, the Avalon became the first theater in Bellingham to be equipped for "talkies" and had both Warner Brothers' Vitaphone and Fox Movietone systems.
This collector's edition includes hours of rare vitaphone short films from the end of vaudeville, photo cards, collectible booklet and a wonderful documentary on the evolution of sound pictures.