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Movies The earliest form of movies came about during the 1880s, but they often only lasted for a few second and did not have any sound. Only a few people would have been able to see these movies, as there was no way to show them to large audiences. However, by 1895 projector technology would have advanced far enough to show to small rooms full of people. Silent films ended largely in the 1920 after the invention of sound film. Before this most movie theaters hired piano or organ players to play during the moves to have at least some sound. Movies with sound began to be known as “talkies,” which quickly replaced silent film, as people were extremely excited to hear their favorite actors and actresses talk. There were also basic developments in color film. Cartoons were able to be drawn in
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