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What was the first decade in which most major motion pictures were full-fledged talking pictures? (Points : 1) The 1910s The 1920s The 1930s The 1940s
The first decade in which most major motion picture were full-fledged talking picture is 1930.Talking pictures began in 1927. ]
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The first decade in which most major motion picture were full-fledged talking picture is 1930.Talking pictures began in 1927.
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