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  • According to the organizers, a one-reeler by D.W. Griffith qualifies, as do sound tests from 1924-25 by Theodore Case, inventor of a sound-on-film process.

    A Landmark of Research and Restoration

  • It was the prototype of the optical sound-on-film process used from the 1930s onward, with continued improvements like high fidelity and stereo, until digital sound began to replace it in the 1990s.

    March 12, 1923: Talkies Talk ... on Their Own

  • I can't understand why Sikov describes Vitaphone as a sound-on-film system, or why he thinks Ray's BITTER VICTORY is a Wallis production.

    Wallis-Hazen

  • Fox Movietone, RCA, AT&T;'s Western Electric research division (later Bell Labs) and German companies were also developing sound-on-film , and their systems soon left de Forest's lo-fi Phonofilm in the acoustical dust.

    March 12, 1923: Talkies Talk ... on Their Own

  • By 1918 he was teaching at the University of Illinois, where he developed a sound-on-film system.

    American Connections

  • By 1918 he was teaching at the University of Illinois, where he developed a sound-on-film system.

    American Connections

  • When the industry upgraded to sound-on-film, Jones again went to work and ground a glass towel rod into the lens needed to produce the sound.

    Hallock's Grand Theatre

  • Lee De Forest who played a major role pioneering both radio and sound-on-film.

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  • This was directed by Theodore Case while perfecting his variable density sound-on-film process.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • Rabb's untidy plot jumps from trade secrets about sound-on-film technology and Berlin's sex underground of depravity to shadowy military plotters and the men who joined the Nazi gang of thugs, including Hoffner's son.

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