Willem van Oranje (1934) was the first Dutch talking feature. It was shot at the Philips Studios ('Philiwood') in Eindhoven, using the 'Philips-Miller Filmband', a new system for recording sound. In the year of the film's release, the inventors of the 'Philips-Miller Filmband' were lauded at the Geneva 'Union Internationale de Radiodiffusion'.
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With the economic crisis looming over production, all the parts of the extras were filled out by unemployed inhabitants of Eindhoven.

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