Was the photodrama of creation first synchronized sound movie?
Yes it was! Check the American Movie Classics, Timeline of Greatest Film Milestones and Turning Points in Film History-The Year 1914
Don Juan The nearly three-hour-long Don Juan (1926) was the first major motion picture to employ a synchronized sound system of any type throughout. Its soundtrack contained a musical score and sound effects, but no recorded dialogue-in other words, it had been staged and shot as a silent film. The first feature-length talkie was The Jazz Singer (1927). *However, it should be noted that the first film ever to emply synchronized sound (via sonograph) was…
The first colorized movies were shown in 1908, and Hollywood shot its first color feature in 1922 in The Toll of the Sea. The first movie to have a synchronized sound track was Fritz Lang's Siegfried in 1925, with a musical score but no dialogue. The first feature-length "sound" film in color was MGM's The Viking in 1928. It had a synchronized score and sound effects, but no audible dialog. One year later, in 1929…
It was the first cartoon with synchronized sound (sound that matched the pictures) and is widely recognized as the premiere of Mickey Mouse (he had appeared twice before, but it's the first short to get noticed and is incorrectly believed to be his first appearance). It pretty much put Walt Disney and his studio on the map.
Answer First appearance of Mickey Mouse. "Steamboat Willie" is not the first appearance of Mickey Mouse as publicly known as. It is actually the third Mickey Mouse cartoon behind "The Gallopin' Guacho" and "Plane Crazy" respectively, but the first cartoon with synchronized sound which gives the value of "Steamboat Willie".
The Jazz Singer (1927) was the first feature film with synchronized dialogue. Most of the film used instrumental music and sound effects with no sound for dialogue. However, Al Jolson's singing scenes and two scenes of dialogue used sound recorded on set. Lights of New York (1928) was the first all-talking feature film.
What is the name of the movie where there was a woman who was known for these zigfeild type of syncronized swimming routines. the movie is in color but old.?
It was made in 1900. Emilio Cossira played Romeo, and Clement Maurice directed. In this early film, the film had a synchronized soundtrack which played on a separate player behind the screen. The projectionist controlled the speed of the film in order to keep it synchronous. The film is probably lost, unfortunately.
Strictly speaking, many of the silent films were issued with sheet music so that theatre owners could present music along with the film, but by "sound track" I will assume you are referring to recorded sound that was synchronized with the movie. The WB film Don Juan (1926) was distributed with a Vitaphone sound track, consisting only of music and sound effects, but this probably fits your definition. The Jazz Singer (1927) had Al Jolson's…
The Garden of Eden is where the first man and woman, Adam and Eve, lived after their creation. There is no movie depicting the life of Jesus from the Garden of Eden through his crucifixion. But if you mean to ask from the Garden of Gethsemane, where Jesus prayed before arrested until crucifixion, I would say Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ".