Agnes White-Tizard, “Betty Crocker’s Cooking School of the Air”, 1924 was also the the topic of an earlier blog post.
Lee de Forest, “Means for Recording and Reproducing Sound”, US PATENT , Part Two (2) also was the topic of an earlier blog post.
Here I present: Lee de Forest, “Means for Recording and Reproducing Sound”, #1,446,246 US PATENT, 20 February 1923, Part Three (3).
Theatre and Cinema are architectural settings for publicly “seated”audience. Televisions allow for private “seated” audience; and, the solution to playwrights & screenwriters audience seats problem.
The “Picture Tube” as the “cathode ray tube” is commonly called, is the essential “ vacuum tube” of television, (shown ABOVE).
I state that a “bucket of popcorn” in Theatre & Cinema has descended to today on Television. However, on Television it is a “bucket of chicken”.
Vacuum tube electronics changed the eating habits of twentieth century people.
The first “talking film” in Cinema was the 1927 “Jazz Man” with star Al Jolson; and, Harland Sanders Restaurant in 1929 Corbin, KENTUCKY is the recipe on Television. We can date these events, and the consumption of chicken is shown BELOW.
Harland Sanders, ”Process of Producing Fried Chicken under Pressure”, #3,245,800 US PATENT, 12 April 1966 was the topic of an earlier blog post.