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Picture with words(by;jungsuman2005hotmail****, kathmandu Nepal)
HyveUp produces short video interviews of Founders/Officers from Web 2.0 startups. Blabberize is an audio-enhanced picture tool to create and share talking pictures.
Here is a fun clip showing how the Digital Puppeteer system can be used to animate any professional portrait - well, almost any.
In this video, I'm using CHOPS' mouth with the Nixon skin painted on it, and the portrait is an overlay with a hole in it. The audio is a short recording of Nixon's resignation speech.
It also works well with my voice running the lip sync.
Animation by Gary Jesch in about an hour, including set-up, recording, editing, uploading and everything.
John Gilbert: the top billed but ill-fated MGM star whose illustrious silent film career crashed with the coming of talking pictures in the late 1920s...
Clark Gable: the country boy who inherited John Gilbert's mantle as top male star at MGM when the latter has his career destroyed by the advent of talking pictures. Clark was affectionately dubbed "The King of Hollywood"...
The Great Dictator is a comedy film directed by and starring Charlie Chaplin. First released in October 1940, it was Chaplin's first true talking picture, and more importantly was the only major film of its period to bitterly satirize Nazism and Adolf Hitler.
The film is unusual for its period, as the United States was still formally at peace with Nazi Germany. Chaplin's film advanced a stirring, controversial condemnation of Hitler, fascism, antisemitism, and the Nazis, the latter of whom he excoriates in the film as "machine men, with machine minds and machine hearts".
In 1927, the former stunt Don Lockwood (Gene Kelly) becomes a successful actor with the company of his best friend Cosmo Brown (Donald O’Connor) forming a romantic pair with the actress Lina Lamont (Jean Hagen). In the period of transition from silent movies to talking pictures, Don accidentally meets the aspirant actress Kathy Selden (Debbie Reynolds) while escaping from his fans and fall in love for her. Lina has troubles with the sharp tune of her voice, and Cosmo and Don decides to dub her, using Kathy's voice, to save their movie.
"Singin' In the Rain" is a song with lyrics by Arthur Freed and music by Nacio Herb Brown, published in 1929. However, it is unclear exactly when the song was written with some claiming that the song was written and performed as early as 1927. But the song is surely best known today as the centerpiece of the musical film Singin' in the Rain (1952), in which Gene Kelly memorably danced to the song while splashing through puddles during a rainstorm in California. Alfred Hitchcock in NORTH BY NORTWEST and Stanley Kubrick in CLOCKWORK ORANGE pay tribute to Gene Kelly and this song.