Definition of Sound film
1. Noun. Motion-picture film with sound effects and dialogue recorded on it.
Sound Film Pictures
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sound Film
Literary usage of Sound film
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Jazz on Film and Video in the Library of Congress by Rebecca D. Clear (1994)
"[Director/Producer: Lee DeForest]. 6 mins., black & white, 35mm. FEA 5455 This film may be the first appearance of black artists in a sound film. ..."
2. Architecture of Instruction and Delight: A Socio-historical Analysis of by Pieter van Wesemael (2001)
"Exhibitors and franchise holders tried to simulate an illusory world with contemporary resources (electricity, sound, film). The somewhat older panorama ..."
3. Skill in Communication: A Vital Element in Effective Management by David D. Acker (1994)
"... Charles Francis Jenkins developed television 1926 Warner Brothers produced first sound film 1927 John Logic Baird in London used waxed phonograph discs ..."
4. Hollywood & the Best of Los Angeles Alive!by Robert White, Phyllis White by Robert White, Phyllis White (2002)
"The first sound film shot at MOM was White Shadows of the South Seas, 7929. The first sound heard was the roar of Leo the Lion. The stages had glass walls, ..."
5. The Science of Road Making by Clemens Herschel, Edward Payne North (1890)
"... into them by the traffic, and also a sound film of about the thickness that tar could be expected to penetrate a wet block, the inside being rotten. ..."
6. The Science of Road Making by Clemens Herschel, Edward P. North (1894)
"... and also a sound film of about the thickness that tar could be expected to penetrate a wet block, the inside being rotten. in other cases, however, ..."