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First Talking Movies
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Attached is a one page article composed of thirteen assorted quotes addressing various aspects of the Old Hollywood and the entertainment industry seated there. Some are prophets who rant-on about the impending failure of talking pictures, others go on about the vast sums of money generated in the film colony. A few of the wits are well-known to us, like Thomas Edison, George M. Cohan and Walter Winchell but most are unknown; one anonymous sage, remarking about the invention of sound movies, prophesied:

"In ten years, most of the good music of the world will be written for sound motion pictures."

•Read About the First Talkie Movie Star•

     


Various Remarks About the First Talkies (Photoplay Magazine, 1930)

Various Remarks About the First Talkies (Photoplay Magazine, 1930)

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