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dc - chapter 5 fill in the blanks - 1. When directors first...

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When directors first began experimenting with sound, the camera was housed in a soundproof casing called a __________, thus permitting the camera to move in and out of a scene silently. Your Answer: d Correct Answer: blimp 2. At about the same time, overhead sound __________ were devised to follow an actor on a set, so his or her voice was always within range, even when the actor moved around. Your Answer: d Correct Answer: booms 3. Despite these technical advances, __________ directors remained hostile to the use of realistic (synchronous) sound recording. Your Answer: d Correct Answer: formalist 4. French director René Clair believed that sound should be used selectively, not indiscriminately. Many of the scenes in his musical Le Million were photographed without sound and later __________ when the montage sequences were completed. Your Answer: d Correct Answer: dubbed 5. Tone of voice can be far more communicative than words in revealing a person's thoughts. Buxom and blonde, actress __________ employed a "lewd" comic style--almost exclusively verbal--that fueled the wrath of the censors and ushered in the puritanical Production Code in 1934. Your Answer:
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