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Charles A. Hoxie

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Charles A. Hoxie

Charles A. Hoxie (1867-1941) creator of the pallophotophone at General Electric, and is credited as one of the inventors of sound film, and as father of the "talking picture".

During his career (1912-32) at General Electric, he devised a sound-on-film process to put recordings on film.[1]

See also


  1. ^ Current Biography 1941, p. 412
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