A Century Of Sound – The History of Sound in Motion Pictures –The Beginning: 1876 - 1932 is Part 1 of an educational DVD series featuring world-renowned preservationist Robert Gitt - Preservation Officer, UCLA Film & Television Archive. First presented in 1992 and at special events thereafter, A Century of Sound is a "tour de force" in its collection of unique and memorable films documenting the introduction of sound for motion pictures.

This educational DVD is now available free of charge ($10 shipping and handling fee) to qualifying institutions, schools, historians, researchers, scholars and other non-profit organizations.

If you would like to receive a copy of this great learning tool, simply download the agreement form (below), sign and mail it with a $10 check to TRCF (address on form). DVD will be shipped within 3 business days upon receipt of the agreement and check.

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Bob Gitt, Bob Heiber and Tim Kittleson (l to r)
at the Century of Sound DVD wrap party