For Additional Information on All Things Vitaphone....
Readers wishing to learn more about the history of the Vitaphone sound process, why many of these films no longer exist as originally seen, and about the efforts to rescue, preserve, restore and exhibit these films are urged to click on the link in the above field for "The Vitaphone Project."
Formed in 1991 by a group of film enthusiasts and collectors, The Vitaphone Project has aided in the location of over 3,000 sound discs, and assisted in the restoration of over 12 feature films and 35 short subjects; working in conjunction with the American Film Institute, the British Film Institute, the U.C.L.A. Film Archive, Warner Bros. & Turner.
The Vitaphone Project web site archives past newsletters, articles and all manner of material related to the group's efforts, goals and achievements.
The contents of this blog is an original work which represents only the opinion of the author. The facts presented are a personal interpretation and should not be considered definitive. There is no connection - legal, creative, financial, corporate or otherwise - between the author of these pages or the name of this Blog, "Vitaphone Varieties" with any organization (past or present), The Vitaphone Corporation, Warner Brothers Pictures, Warner Brothers Studios, First National Studios, or The Vitaphone Project (a non-profit research and preservation organization.)
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