When silent films were popular, they weren’t called “silent” films. Back then theaters were filled with the sound of movie music. Dennis James is a world-renowned organist recreating the experience for modern audiences. In part two or her two-part report, Heather Bosch takes you along to hear how a 1928 Wurlitzer can set the mood, deliver dialog, laughter and more.
(Originally aired on KIRO Radio.)
2007 National Edward R. Murrow Award: Best Use of Sound
Click here for part one.