Universal Studios Movie Clapperboard
“Scene 1, Take 1. Lights, camera and ACTION”
So who’s the boss? Who is the next Spielberg? It’s time to be a star in front of and behind the camera.
Did you know that the Hollywood clapperboard was originally an Australian invention?
Francis Thring the father of legendary actor Frank Thring is credited with first using two hinged sticks to match up sound and picture while producing films in his studio as early as 1918. The current version you see here was refined later to include the slate board as we know it today.
This is the perfect accessory for the budding film maker, allowing kids to explore their imagination while providing an opportunity to express themselves.