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Meet me in St, Louis and the Aspect of Sound

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April 19, 2013








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This immediately hindered directors creativity and made movies such as Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) much more rigid. Because of the fascination with the lip-syncing that this new technology achieved less attention was played to other attributes that silent films used such as the comedic elements in Charlie Chaplin's City Lights (1931...
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Initially the entire process was nearly impossible, as any cuts made would have an effect on the synchronisation of the sound and the film. Minnelli's 1944 musical Meet Me In St. Louis: "Serves to implicate the contemporary 1944 audience" (Mundy, J 1999.) This because in many ways the film aims to personify a period of loss and change as was the case in America during the Second World War period...
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