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MOTION [VO]

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TELEPATHIC [VO]

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THE [VO]

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PICTURE [VO]

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THE [Silent]

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LOST [Silent]

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TRIBES [Silent]

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MOTION [Movietalker Toyoshi Chay Yim]

Now of course, as you know, or will, this is done and said by the great Chay Yim, one of those Toyoshi Triplets, who are well known throughout the movietheatres, outside them too for they always put his names on the top of the marquee outside, so you knew him even if you didn't, at least if you went by the place

Toyoshi Chayyim was my second body, number two of the Toyoshi Triplets, who founded the Manchu Edison Film Corporation with the Bene Triplets and the External Triplets, to make single print films for all the movietalkers, including students of the Manchu Edison Bible Actors College, who could save souls, for they were Protestant Jews from the sunken island of Kyushu who had left their lost country to recreate it in Manchuria, under the shadows cast by the smoke of all the nearby burning planets, suitable for telling the story of a movie that you will forgot as soon you hear it, which begins when you see our eyes.

PICTURE [Movietalker Toyoshi Togo]

Here is the talking, all written down, of the famous movietalker who some suspect was named after the famous Egyptian Jew who was a famous filmmaker there in Egypt, the cotton country with all those tombs, and who indeed was himself named after someone else, that is the famous Admiral Togo, a Japanese Navy Admiral whose role in history I have forgotten somewhat, but I do think here that he did have much to do with the defeat of the Estonians or at least the sailors in waters which now hold the sunken ships, probably according to memory near Kitakyushu, an old port of that famous old sunken Japanese island of the same name, and also nearby where there might also be sunken underwater there the old Imperial SWORD of the Japanese Emperor, or at least a copy of it. Anyway, this Togo here was very capable in reproducing neccessary emotions in the audience back in his days.

Toyoshi Togo was the third of the Toyoshi Triplets, former resident of the Shinkyo Zoo and director of volcano movies now under contract as movietalker for the 1931 Manchu Edison Film Corporation Production of “THE LOST TRIBES”, a brand new all dancing telepathic version, a three act adventure story set at the creation of an Israel in Manchuria, each act in a different world, a silent radio motion picture set to take place just where the water falls over the edge of the earth.

TELEPATHIC [Movietalker Toyoshi Simko]

So said by him and then recorded, I think

My first body was Toyoshi Simko, for I became a telepathic brain in a family of nine bodies, the Triple Triplets. This I did to repay my ticket to Manchuria, a country in the Northeast of China, where the Japanese had arrived by foot and train, crossing a single bridge to Hsinking, or Shinkyo, the new town, where they built the most modern movie studio in Asia, the Manchu Edison Film Corporation, with money that the Central Bank stored in a building.

The year telepathy was new, Simko Palme was a dentist who had founded Manchu Edison by trading a set of false teeth for a box of stolen Edison Prints. He became a movietalker, standing by the screen to tell the story of the movie.

And now with the coming of the sound film, the Triple Triplets and Manchu Edison would make a new type of film, the telepathic movie, a silent sound film for Manchuria, made of lines that could move by themselves.

For there are many worlds, filled with breath, which carries the sound out of our blood. In the sound we see flat worlds where people are forgetting , and as they forget, the movietalker remembers and lies, here in Shinkyo, the New City of Thought, where lies move between the worlds, and we tell the stories of the movies without moving out mouths. This is the telepathic cinema, made in a new town made to tell it, a place where so many brains are missing there are too many thoughts for the ones that are left, and a real need to remember to forget, done by building in this new country with lights, words, and music of flags.

THE [Movietalker of The Frog, who speaks the speakers who talk as they tell the story without moving their mouths]

[these are the words as they were spoken, though elsewhere we are going to have to go there to look for the dancing of the dolls who were present during this part of that movie, this is only the words, as said]

I was lost. The dark was filled with steam, and I saw the thoughts of other worlds moving in pictures around dolls dancing all the times of a place at once, and so I thought, let me begin the second of the three stories.

I had been locked in that deathcamp, until Japanese soldiers came to break the gates. They told me to go East, to Manchuria, for the Pure Land Motion Railroad Corporation had built engines, and rails, to take me there. They had also built the city of Shinkyo, the new Capital of Manchuria.

And I arrived. I was met at the Central Station, and then we marched through the town, for I once made a movie in Shinkyo, and now I would make it again.