1934 (7Th) Scientific And Technical (Technical Achievement Award)
|Year||1934 (7th)||1934 (7th)|
|Category||Scientific and Technical (Technical Achievement Award)||Scientific and Technical (Technical Achievement Award)|
|Nominee||To COLUMBIA PICTURES CORPORATION for their application of the Vertical Cut Disc Method (hill and dale recording) to actual studio production, with their recording of the sound on the picture One Night of Love. [Sound]||To BELL AND HOWELL COMPANY for their development of the Bell and Howell Fully Automatic Sound and Picture Printer. [Laboratory]|
|Additional Info||Music by Andre Previn; Lyrics by Dory Langdon||Barry Ackroyd|
brittany08 on 2018-03-10:
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