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5 Matching questions

  1. Hollywood Ten Notable Members
  2. Robert Drew
  3. J. Parnell Thomas
  4. Boris Rosing
  5. Fritz Pfleumer
  1. a Invented large tape recorder in Germany in 1920s, AEG took over, and he developed magnetophon
  2. b Head of HUAC
  3. c 1907, first to use a cathode ray tube as a receiver for a mechanically scanned image.
  4. d Edward Dmytryk, Adrian Scott, John Howard Lawson, Dalton Trumbo
  5. e Worked for Time, Inc, proposed new style of documentary that did for video what Life Magazine did for photojournalism, relying on images

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Types of pretentious theaters, 200 in 1956, 500 by 1966
  2. Told HUAC what they wanted to hear, said people were indeed trying to inject communis, into Hollywood, included Louis B Mayer from GMG, Walt Disney, Robert Montgomery
  3. (NBC, 1948-1956) Milton Berle a.k.a. Uncle Miltie or Mr. Television hosts, 39-week season
  4. Helped further wireless, invited by David Sarnoff to work at RCA, instead of improving AM he starts FM (Frequency Modulation)
  5. Coon-skin caps took off

5 True/False questions

  1. Jean Luc-GodardInexpensive color, only one strip of film, but fades very quickly


  2. Philo T. FarnsworthFarm boy that created electrical TV at just 16, wins patent for his all-electronic television, but is sued by Vladimir Zworykin of RCA. RCA eventually paid Farnsworth one million dollars for patent licenses, for TV scanning, focusing, synchronizing, contrast and controls devices.


  3. 3-Strip TechnicolorVery expensive, used three strips of film each with its own color, then brought them together - used in Wizard of Oz, looks great but costs a lot


  4. "Harvest of Shame"Episode of CBS Reports that shocked many by exposing conditions of American workers, with Edward R Murrow


  5. Faraway HillFirst soap opera, on DuMont network