Shaw Talks for Movietone News
Famous author George Bernard Shaw's monologue to an audience on a variety of topics, including his impression of Mussolini's stern facial expressions. TITLE CARDS READ "1927. SHAW TALKS FOR MOVIETONE Several months before 'The Jazz Singer' appeared, sound films of current events and of interview with eminent figures of the day had been issued by the Fox Film Corporation. The voice in the interview given here is recorded with a precision rare in the early talkies. / William Fox Has the Honor to Present / The World's Outstanding Literary Genius / GEORGE BERNARD SHAW / First Appearance in America Recorded by Fox Case Movietone Western Electric System"