The first all-talking feature, with sound recorded from stationary microphones, based on a short play called The Roaring Twenties and directed by Bryan Foy; with Helene Costello and Cullen Landis (1928). On the same program, four Vitaphone comedy shorts featuring vaudeville performers in mini-narratives: For Sale (1929) with Gregory Ratoff, Faint Heart (1929) with Bert Lahr, Office Scandal (1930) with Edgar Bergen, and Success (1931) with Jack Haley.