First production talkie- or sound film. this was by Warner Brothers who controlled the process, which made cartoons ( Bugs Bunny) and Newsreels live and vivid- and also a remote forerunner, process wise- of TV newcasting.
Nestarafu this was a vampitre movie made in 1927
Jack Black's first movie was "Our shining moment." It was a made for tv movie.
if they make a people of sparks movie first, it could possibly be made
if your talking about the 1st movie ever made like in the 60s NO if not yes
1913: "Raja Harishchandra", first Hindi movie by Dadasaheb Phalke. 1931: "Alam Ara" first Hindi TALKING movie The first hindi movie was "Raja Harishchandra" but first TALKING... movie in hindi was "Alam Ara" Alam Ara was the first talking movie. It was directed by Ardeshir M. Irani and the theme of this film was based on a Parsi playl. He got the idea to make this movie when he saw the talking hollywood movie 'Showboat'. This movie was a big hit. Vithal was the leading hero and Zubeida was the leading heroine. It was released in the Majestic Cinema Of Bombay.
The first movie to feature a synchronized talking soundtrack was "The Jazz Singer" with Al Jolsen in 1927.
The first talking film was "The Jazz Singer" which was introduced on October 6, 1927 in New York City. It was about a young Jewish man who broke his family traditions and become a jazz singer.
Assuming you are talking about the 6th president of the United States, John Quincy Adams died 42 years before the first movie was ever made.
The first feature film with speaking was called "The Jazz Singer." Films that had talking in them were first known as "Talkies" or "Talking pictures." Now, we obviously know them as motion pictures or simply movies.
i think 1928
there still talking about making it a movie or a show,but Rachel hasnt made it oficial