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Course: DRAM 4250, Spring 2008
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&amp;quot;How motion pictures move and talk&amp;quot; done by United World Firls, inc. 1943 bell and howell was a famous camera company that was later bought out and turned to crap the early machines had a prefocused light source, a lens, and a film moving mechanism that was built like a watch the camera relies on the perferations on the side of the film the sound is reproduced from a track on the side of...

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