Viewing entries from category: 1928-1945
The Rise Of Disney and The First Sound Cartoons
In 1927 the first ‘talking’ motion picture was released, The Jazz Singer starring Al Jolsen, which helped to popularize sound in films. Many cinemas now fitted the sound technology to show the new films.
In 1928 Walt Disney rushed out ‘Steamboat Wille’ the first widely distributed synchronised sound cartoon, ‘Steamboat Wille’ (synchronised or sync, means when the sound effects and talking are in time with the actions seen on screen). The cartoon ushered in what has...[ read full article ] »
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