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Movietone arrived in 1933 and it allowed both voice and music in motion pictures.
In 1930, Adiós Argentina became the first Argentine film to have a soundtrack.
The Argentine history and literature provided the themes of the first years of film-making.
One of the first successes of the national cinema was Nobleza Gaucha of 1915, inspired by Martín Fierro, the gaucho poem by José Hernández.
These films, in part supported by Perón, were seen as part of the political agenda of peronism.
The growing popularity of the cinema of the United States, pressure from the Roman Catholic Church and increasing censorship during the Perón presidency limited the growth of Argentine cinema somewhat, not least because harassment led to the exile of a number of prominent actors, among them Alberto de Mendoza, Arturo García Buhr, Niní Marshall and Libertad Lamarque, whose rivalry with her colleague Eva Duarte turned against her when the latter became First Lady in 1946.
Argentina has won sixteen Goya Awards for Best Spanish Language Foreign Film, which makes it the most awarded country.
It is also the only Latin American country that has won Academy Awards, in recognition of the films The Official Story (1985) and The Secret in Their Eyes (2009).Films that followed included La Maleva, Corazón de criolla, Melenita de oro, Leyenda del puente inca (1923), Odio serrano, Mientras Buenos Aires duerme, Arriero de Yacanto (1924) and El Organito de la tarde and Mi último tango (1925).In 1926, Ferreyra released La Vuelta al Bulín, La Costurerita que dio aquel mal paso and Muchachita de Chiclana followed by Perdón, viejita (1927).Manuel Romero was a prominent director of the mid-to-late 1930s and worked in comedy based films often with rising Argentine star Luis Sandrini in films such as Don Quijote del altillo.The film industry in Argentina reached a pinnacle in the late 1930s and 1940s when an average of forty-two films were produced annually.Argentine cinema began losing viewership as foreign titles gained an increasing foothold in the Argentine market.