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Harvey Cunningham (1902–1940)

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The Vitaphone was a sound-on-disc system developed by Bell Telephone Laboratories and Western Electric. The system was first embraced by Warner Brothers and over 100 short subjects were produced at the Warner Brothers-First National Studios in the mid 1920s. Harvey Cunningham was employed at the time by Bell Telephone, Ludlow division in Los ... See more trivia »

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 1939 Death Goes North (sound engineer)
 1939 Law of the Wolf (sound engineer)
 1932 Pride of the Legion (sound engineer)
 1930 The Lone Defender (sound engineer - uncredited)
 1929 Tiger Rose (sound engineer)
 1929 The Show of Shows (sound engineer)
 1929 On with the Show! (sound engineer - uncredited)
 1929 Frozen River (sound engineer)
 1929 The Million Dollar Collar (sound engineer)
 1928 Lights of New York (sound engineer - uncredited)
 1928 Rinty of the Desert (sound engineer)
 1927 The Jazz Singer (sound engineer - uncredited)
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Trivia:

The Vitaphone was a sound-on-disc system developed by Bell Telephone Laboratories and Western Electric. The system was first embraced by Warner Brothers and over 100 short subjects were produced at the Warner Brothers-First National Studios in the mid 1920s. Harvey Cunningham was employed at the time by Bell Telephone, Ludlow division in Los Angeles and was hired by Warner Bros. He helped to ... See more »

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