'Foley' can also refer to...

Alice Foley (1891—1974) trade unionist and autobiographer

Arthur Foley Winnington Ingram (1858—1946) bishop of London

Betty Foley (b. 1933)

Daniel Foley (c. 1815—1874) philologist

Francis Edward Foley (1884—1958) intelligence officer

John Henry Foley (1818—1874) sculptor

Kathleen Garces-Foley

Kathleen Garces?Foley

Margaret Foley (1827—1877)

Michael [Mike] Foley

Michael W. Foley

Paul Foley (1645—1699) speaker of the House of Commons

Red Foley (b. 1910)

Richard Foley

Samuel Foley (1655—1695) Church of Ireland bishop of Down and Connor

Sir Thomas Foley (1757—1833) naval officer

Sue Foley (b. 1968)

Thomas Foley (1673—1733) politician

Thomas S. Foley


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In film and television, the recreation of ambient sound effects in post-production for foreign language versions of films where dialogue is replaced, or in situations when no natural sound has been recorded. Named after the American sound technician Jack Foley (1891–1967). See also M&E; ADR.

Subjects: Media Studies.

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