Charles A. Hoxie

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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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