talking picture

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You capture that sound and the image, and the next day grandma gets that talking picture.
had been presenting programs of synchronized-sound shorts and features more than a year before the film's premiere on October 6, 1927; Jolson had already performed in a talking picture a year earlier; his famous remark was in fact a "tag line" already familiar to his stage audiences; and it would be at least four more years before the era of the silent film officially ended.
Department of Education, but the Captioned Films/Videos for the Deaf program is contracted to the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) and Modern Talking Picture Service (MTPS) in St.
On the DIY front we're talking picture frames and how to make sure they stay straight on your walls.
Then somebody else pointed out it was now longer from today back to Stanley Kubrick's 2001 in 1968 than it was from A Space Odyssey back to the first talking picture, The Jazz Singer in 1927.
1929:Warner Brothers showed the rst all-colour talking picture, at the Winter Garden Theatre in New York City.
1929 - The first talking picture, The Jazz Singer was shown at the Queen's Cinema in Queen Street - one of 20 cinemas in the city.
A Talking Picture (Manoel de Oliveira) Angry and despairing, it's one of those great late works in which the artist puts aside ego and aesthetic concerns because he has nothing left to lose.
TumbleBooks" are a collection of animated, talking picture books, that teach kids the joy of reading in an easy-to-use format.
Novices drawn by a starry cast to the brilliant, troubling A Talking Picture (which opens in New York next month) may find themselves bored or bewildered, but his adherents will be undaunted by the film's mix of apocalyptic comedy and political allegory, its nurtured longueurs and stilted artifice.
Wrong "fact": That "The Jazz Singer" was the first talking picture.
So he defied Hull council guidelines and daubed on the greasepaint before continuing with his rendition of Mammy - the song made famous by a "blacked up" Jolson, one of the world's most famous entertainers, in the first talking picture The Jazz Singer in 1927.
Five acres of mountaintop land is the coveted prize at the Taos Talking Picture Festival in Taos, N.
1928: The first cartoon talking picture, Walt Disney's Steamboat Willie featuring Mickey Mouse, was shown in New York.
Not a great film, not even a good one - but as the first talking picture, its historic importance dwarfs its artistic failures.