Bread Crumb Link
LaserDisc LD Laser Disc Reviews Articles Newsletter
DaDon's Rare LaserDiscs and LD Movies   LaserDisc and Movie Reviews
Informative Newsletter, Reviews and Articles Rare Laser Disc Tips and Tricks

History of Silent LaserDisc Movies

  The very first successful attempt at recording moving pictures was "Roundhay Garden Scene" by Louis Le Prince in 1888. It may have only been 2 seconds long, but it was a darn good 2 seconds! Since then, the biggest challenge to Film Makers was to combine synchronized sound with motion pictures. Synchronized sound remained a thorn in every Movie Maker's side until 1927 with "The Jazz Singer". The period between 1888 and 1927 was known as the "Age of the Silver Screen", in which over 1000 silent movies were made. However, ten years after "The Jazz Singer" came out, silent films were virtually extinct. Learn how to revive the LaserDisc era by reading DaDon's Newsletter...

Silent LaserDisc Movies

  Dialogue? I don't need no stinkin' Dialogue! According to DaDon, people talk too much these days, so sometimes it can be relaxing to sit down to a Silent LaserDisc film. In fact, many of DaDon's friends prefer silent films because their ears have been so worn out from listening to DaDon!


View: All Items | Buy It Now
6 results found in Silent LaserDiscs
View as:ListSort by:Time: ending soonest
Picture [hide]Item titlePriceTime Left
Page 1 of 1

      PulldownMenu Open Start of layer
      PulldownMenu End of layer