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Thanks for posting that, Steve.  Is your column about that release
available online?  Looks interesting.  Edison was of course an important
figure in early movie-making as well as audio.

Thanks,
John Haley


On Wed, Sep 5, 2018 at 1:02 PM, Steve Ramm <
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> Thomas. I cover much of those things Books/CDs, DVDS on records and early
> films in my column "Anything Phonographic" for The Antique Phonograph .
> It's now quarterly (the last 4-5 years) but, before that iot was monthly
> for another 20 years.
> I have a review of the Kinetophone DVD in my SEptember column.
> Steve Ramm"Anything Phonographic"
> In a message dated 8/10/2018 2:22:58 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> [log in to unmask] writes:
>
> Wow!  Thanks for the heads up.
> Sorry to see it is DVD-R (mod) rather than a DVD, but I guess better than
> nothing.....
> I am very interested in the early years of movie history - wonder if there
> is a good web resource for news of DVD's and books ??
> Thanks, Thomas.
>