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What was the first film with subtitles in the history of human film making?

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I am not sure if this question is off-topic here or not (probably it is and if so please help me find the correct network site, if there is one)

What was the first film with subtitles in the history of human film making?

Adjacent questions:

  • Was it without or with dubbing?
  • How subtitles were printed on the screen (was it internal in the images consisting the film or projected externally on the screen)?

  • By subtitles I don't mean to intertitles
  • I assume that subtitles and dubbing both arrived after sound recording was juxtaposed to video recording
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Considering the first films didn't have associated sound at all, dubbing doesn't make any sense. Olin Lathrop‭ 21 days ago

I have added a clarification note to the question due to your comment. JohnDoea‭ 20 days ago

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