|Moving Picture World, 24-October-1914|
The Renfax Film Company made one of the many early attempts at producing motion pictures with synchronized sound. I haven't found many details yet, but they seem to have sold a device that would synchronize a motion picture projector with a phonograph. I know from experience that this is very hard to do. "No Singer Required." "Vaudeville on the Screen." "Four Releases Weekly." "Cost Less Than a Singer."