The Disney Cartoon That Introduced Mickey Mouse & Animation with Sound (1928) | A Cultural History of Advertising | Scoop.it


In 1927, The Jazz Singer starring Al Jolson, one of the first great 'talkies' to use synchronized singing and speech, hit American theaters and thrilled audiences.

 

( Most interesting about Disney how they were built on stolen ideas and culture and yet are the ones to clamp down hardest on any use of "their" characters or work)