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1079 Walt Disney Pictures
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The Black Hole Trailer  (1979) Watch free! https://ok.ru/video/1991988415023
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Silent Films
Dec 9, 1874 P.J.C. Janssen
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The 1874 passage of Venus over the face of the sun was very popular with scientists. Many expeditions to the best viewing points in the world were organized; at least 62 parties would visit 80 locations. In preparation much effort was made to find the best techniques to get objective and permanent records of the event. Frenchman inventor Janssen came up with the idea for a "revolver photographic". This huge camera system used a Maltese cross-type mechanism, very similar to the system...
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Topics: Venus, astronomy, first, old movie, 1874, old movies
Short Format Films
1888 Louis Le Prince
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Shot on October 14, 1888 by French inventor Louis Le Prince, the Roundhay Garden Scene is believed to be the first film ever made, or at least the oldest one in existence. The Film features Louis' eldest son Adolphe Le Prince, Sarah Robinson Whitley, Joseph Whitley and Harriet Hartley walking around in the garden. Roundhay Garden Scene was shot in Roundhay, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, and, according to Adolphe, was filmed at Oakwood Grange, which was the home of Joseph and Sarah Whitley....
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Topics: Louis, Le Prince, Thomas, Edison, France, England, Roundhay, Garden, Scene, 1888, first, film, made
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1888 Louis Le Prince
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Leeds Bridge is believed to be the second film ever made. The Film was shot by French inventor Louis Le Prince sometime in late 1888, after the completion of his Roundhay Garden Scene on October 14, 1888. Leeds Bridge documents traffic crossing Leeds Bridge in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.
Topics: Leeds, Bridge, England, Louis, Le Prince, 1888, France
Stock Footage
1894 Thomas Edison Company
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This is the first film ever copywrited (1894) and is only 48 frames long. It's a shot of Edison labratory worker Fred Ott performing his comic sneeze.
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Topics: stock footage, sneeze, fred ott, thomas edison company
Stock Footage
1894 Thomas Edison
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"According to Edison film historian C. Musser, this film and others shot on the same day featured Native American Indian dancers from Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, and constitutes the American Indian's first appearance before a motion picture camera." - Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division.
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Topics: stock footage, standard 4:3, historic, 1894, American Indian, dance, buffalo dance
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1894 Thomas Edison Company
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Annie Oakley was probably the most famous marksman/woman in the world when this short clip was produced in Edison's Black Maria studio in West Orange, New Jersey. Barely five feet tall, Annie was always associated with the wild west, although she was born in 1860 as Phoebe Ann Oakley Mozee (or Moses)in Darke County, Ohio. Nevertheless, she was a staple in the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show and similar wild west companies. Because of her diminutive stature, she was billed as "Little Sure...
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Topics: stock footage, historic, Oakley, Annie, Butler, Frank C, guns, sharpshooter, wild west shows,...
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1894
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Short early clip from the Edison Manufacturing Co. featuring Native American Sioux Hair Coat, Last Horse, and Parts His Hair dancing. Copied at 18fps from a 35mm print preserved by the Library of Congress.
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Topics: Native Americans, Edison
Silent Films
1895 Lumière
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"The Sea" Swimming in the Sea (aka Lumiere No. 11) is an approximately 40-second long actuality of four boys and a woman running down a small, makeshift pier and diving in the ocean. Country: France Release Date: France 28 December 1895 (Paris) UK 20 February 1896 (London) Finland 28 June 1896 Also Known As (AKA) Baignade en mer France (original title) Hafvet Finland (Swedish title) La mer (undefined) Meri Finland (informal title) Meri ihmeellisine kylpykuvauksineen Finland Sea...
Topics: Lumière, Short, Documentary, Sea
Short Format Films
1895 Thomas A. Edison, Inc.
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From the Library of Congress website: Representing the beheading of Mary, Queen of Scots. A realistic reproduction of an historic scene. - http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/r?ammem/papr:@filreq(@field(NUMBER+@band(edmp+4036))+@field(COLLID+edison))
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Topics: execution, Mary Stuart
Silent Films
1895 Lumière
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"Fishing for Goldfish" A man holds a child of about 10 or 11 months so the child can stand on a table and look down into a large clear goldfish bowl, nearly full of water, with two goldfish swimming in it. The child, dressed in a white gown with a white cap, makes an occasional grab for a fish. The fish evade the child. Written by jhailey Country: France Filming Locations: Lyon, Rhône, Rhône-Alpes, France Production Co: Lumière
Topics: Lumière, Short, Documentary, Fish, Baby
Silent Films
Mar 22, 1895 Louis Lumière
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A man opens the big gates to the Lumière factory. Through the gateway and a smaller doorway beside it, workers are streaming out, turning either left or right. Most of them are women in ...
Topics: 1895, silent movies, old movies, short movie, Louis Lumière
Short Format Films
1896
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Early film starring Joseph Jefferson. Copied at 16 frames per second from eight 35mm prints preserved by the Library of Congress
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1896 Thomas Edison
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This "racy" scene is from the New York stage comedy, "The Widow Jones," in which May Irwin and John Rice starred. According to Edison film historian C. Musser, the actors staged their kiss for the camera at the request of the New York World newspaper, and the resulting film was the most popular Edison Vitascope film in 1896. The Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division Rights information here:...
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Topics: stock footage, historic, 1896, Rice, John, Irwin, May (1862-1938), early cinema, Thomas Edison,...
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1896 Thomas Edison Company
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Farm mother and daughter feed the doves. Chickens are also present. The family horse and farmhouse are in the background.
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Topics: stock footage, rural, feeding doves, pigeons, chickens, woman, child
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1896 Thomas Edison
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Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division.
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Topics: stock footage, standard 4:3, historic, 1896, railroad, train, Black Diamond Express
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1896 Thomas Edison Company
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A herd of Texas Longhorn cattle --a breed with an "attitude" that has almost vanished from the west -- is driven out of a corral by a cowboy wielding a stick. Many a wrangler was killed or maimed when one of these evil-tempered beasts, sporting horns up to three feet wide, suddenly turned on him without warning. This film was produced to be exhibited in the Kinescope peep-show machine.
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Topics: stock footage, historic, 1896, cowboys, cows, Texas Longhorns, corral, herding, west
Stock Footage
1896 Thomas Edison Company
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Shooting the chutes at Coney Island, New York, in 1896. From a paper print in the Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division.
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Topics: Stock footage, standard 4:3, historic, 1896, amusement park, coney island, chutes, Thomas Edison
The Georges Méliès Collection
1896 Georges Méliès
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A Terrible Night Une Nuit terrible, 1896, 1m08s Star Film Catalogue No. 26 A bearded man in a nightdress and nightcap extinguishes his cigarette and bedside candle and lies back in bed. A gigantic beetle climbs up the bed, skitters across his prone body and heads up the wall, covered by a curtain. He leaps up as though electrified, grabs a broom, swats the insect onto the bed, and stamps on it. He then picks up its corpse and deposits it in the chamber pot that he keeps in the cupboard by the...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Comedy
The Georges Méliès Collection
1896 Georges Méliès
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Escamotage d’une dame chez Robert-Houdin, 1896, 1m15s Star Film Catalogue No. 70 Director: Georges Méliès Stars: Jeanne d'Alcy (Woman) and Georges Georges Méliès (Magician) Country: France Also Known As: Egy hölgy eltűnése Production Co: Théâtre Robert-Houdin Runtime: 1 min Sound Mix: Silent Color: Black and White Featured in The Magic of Méliès (1997) A magician enters a room and bows to an unseen audience. He opens the same door and invites a woman to join him. He unfolds a...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy
The Georges Méliès Collection
1896 Georges Méliès
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Le Cauchemar, 1896, 1m09s Star Film Catalogue No. 82 In the grip of a nightmare, a man tosses and turns in bed. He imagines a woman sitting at the foot end, clad only in a sheet, but when he reaches out to embrace her, she turns into a blackface minstrel with a banjo, and he reacts in horror, falling back onto the bed. The minstrel leaps up onto the bed and performs a song and dance routine. Unable to stand it any longer, the man grabs him by the shoulders, only to find him turning into Pierrot...
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Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Fantasy
Silent Films
1896 Georges Méliès
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The original French title is Défense d’afficher . IMDb Page
Topics: Silent, Short, Georges Méliès
Short Format Films
1896 Edison Manufacturing Co.
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This is the first ever moving picture image of a kiss. It was selected for preservation in the National Film Registry. There is a longer Edison film of a kiss, filmed in 1900, that has at times been confused with this one. OTHER TITLES May Irwin kiss / Thomas A. Edison, Inc. ; producer, New York world. CREATED/PUBLISHED United States : Edison Manufacturing Co., 1896. SUMMARY From Maguire & Baucus catalogue: An osculatory performance by May Irwin and John Rice. The most popular subject ever...
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Topics: kiss, silent, edison, 1896, irwin, rice
Stock Footage
1896 Thomas Edison
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Four horse drawn fire engines roar up a snow-covered Newark, New Jersey, street while spectators wat h from the sidelines. (1896) Partially restored.
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Topics: stock footage, horse drawn fire engines, fire fighters, newark nj, snow
Silent Films
1896 Georges Méliès
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The original French title is Le manoir du diable . IMDb Page
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Topics: Silent, Short, Georges Méliès
The Georges Méliès Collection
1897 Georges Méliès
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1896 Georges Méliès Le Château Hanté (The Haunted Castle) the tinted version. Le Château Hanté, 1897, 0m44s Star Film Catalogue No. 96 http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1213033/ A man defies warnings from his friend and prepares to spend the light in a haunted castle. He sits nonchalantly down in a chair - which vanishes and reappears on the other side of the room, causing him to fall to the ground. He gets up, looks around indignantly, walks over to the chair, reaches out to move it back, but...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy, Horror
The Georges Méliès Collection
1897 Georges Méliès
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On the Roof (French: Sur les Toits; Star Film Catalogue no. 100) is a 1897 French short black-and-white silent comedy film, directed by Georges Méliès, featuring the director as a bumbling policeman attempting to apprehend two criminals on the roof of an apartment building. "Every second of this," "highly successfully staged" "minute of film," according to Europa Film Treasues, "is used to construct the character's action and movements" and "made...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Comedy
The Georges Méliès Collection
1897 Georges Méliès
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Star Film Catalogue no. 110 Combat Naval en Grèce (Naval Combat in Greece) Director: Georges Méliès Production Co: Star-Film Country: France Release Date: 1897 Length: 1' 6" This is a very quaint film from Georges Méliès. Seen today, you'll probably laugh at how antiquated it looks. However, keep in mind that this film is still way ahead of the norm for the era, as back in the late 1890s, most films were amazingly mundane--such as showing trains arriving at stations and people playing...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Historical
Silent Films
1897 Georges Méliès
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The original French title is Les Dernières cartouches . IMDb Page
Topics: Silent, Short, Georges Méliès
Short Format Films
1897
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Early advertising film from the Edison Manufacturing Co. Copied at 26fps from a 35mm print preserved by the Library of Congress.
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The Georges Méliès Collection
1897 Georges Méliès
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1896 Georges Méliès Le Château Hantée (The Haunted Castle) Le Château Hantée, 1897, 0m44s Star Film Catalogue No. 96 http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1213033/ A man defies warnings from his friend and prepares to spend the light in a haunted castle. He sits nonchalantly down in a chair - which vanishes and reappears on the other side of the room, causing him to fall to the ground. He gets up, looks around indignantly, walks over to the chair, reaches out to move it back, but is alarmed by the...
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Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy, Horror
Silent Films
1897 Lumière
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One of the most famous films from The Lumière Brothers, who are often credited as the Fathers of All Cinema, "Le Squelette Joyeaux" (also known as "The Dancing Skeleton") is arguably the first stop-motion film but surely the best known of its time, packing in the viewers for this witty short comedy film. Release Date: France 1897 Production Co: Lumière Read more about Auguste and Louis Lumière http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auguste_and_Louis_Lumi%C3%A8re
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Topics: Gen X, Lumière, Fantasy, Comedy, Short, Stop-Motion, Animation
Silent Films
1897 Georges Méliès
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The original French title is Combat naval en Grèce . IMDb Page
Topics: Silent, Short, Georges Méliès
The Georges Méliès Collection
1897 Georges Méliès
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The Last Cartridges: An incident of the Franco-Prussian War. It shows the bombardment of a house at Bazeille. It is the animated reproduction of de Neuville's celebrated painting. Director: Georges Méliès Country: France Release Date: 1897 (France) Release Date: 1903 (USA) Production Co: Star-Film Runtime: 1 min Sound Mix: Silent Color: Black and White
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Silent Film, Short Film, War
Silent Films
1897 Georges Méliès
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The original French title is Sur les Toits . IMDb Page
Topics: Silent, Short, Georges Méliès
The Georges Méliès Collection
1898 Georges Méliès
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Panorama Pris d'un Train En Marche, 1898, 1m15s Star Film Catalogue No. 151 Synopsis: From the top of one of the carriages of a moving train, looking straight ahead over the roofs of the other carriages and over the steam engine pulling them, the viewer travels along a suburban Paris line, under bridges, past assorted buildings and through a station. For those tracking Georges Georges Méliès surviving films from the start, it has already become clear that for all his undoubted originality, he...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Train
The Georges Méliès Collection
1898 Georges Méliès
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The Temptation of St. Anthony La Tentation de Saint Antoine, 1898, 1m10s Star Film Catalogue No. 169 In his cave, the hermit Saint Anthony prays before an effigy of the crucified Christ. A scantily-clad woman suddenly appears, and St Anthony shields his eyes from the sight of temptation. She vanishes, and he recommences reading the Bible. Two women appear either side of him, and he recoils in horror. They vanish, and he picks up a skull from the base of the cross. However, when he kisses it, it...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Religious
The Georges Méliès Collection
1898 Georges Méliès
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La Lune à un Mètre, 1898, 3m13s Star Film Catalogue Nos. 160-162 Director: Georges Méliès Writer: Georges Méliès (creator) Stars: Georges Méliès Country: France Release Date: 1898 (France) Also Known As: Egy méterre a Hold Filming Locations: Montreuil, Seine-Saint-Denis, France At over three minutes, The Astronomerâs Dream is three times longer than a typical early Georges Méliès' short, and has duly been given three entries in his Star Film catalogue (presumably this meant he could...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy, Science Fiction
Stock Footage
1898 Thomas Edison Company
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Cowboys rope and brand a calf while a large herd of cattle and some riders move behind them.
Topics: stock footage, historic, 1898, cowboys, calf, cattle, roping, branding, West
The Georges Méliès Collection
1898 Georges Méliès
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A stage magician produces a dove from his sleeve, kisses it and puts it in a large wooden box that is mounted on a small table. He then throws in various items of clothing and makes a symbolic gesture. A small child emerges from the box, and the magician carries him out, placing him on a small plinth. He then produces a large axe and cuts the boy down the middle, producing two identical children. They begin to fight each other, and the magician picks one up and turns him upside down. The boy is...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy
Stock Footage
1898 Thomas Edison Company
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A cowboy rides a bucking bronco in what appears to be a rodeo setting. He is either bucked off or makes an unceremonious dismount -- it's really hard to tell. This film was originally produced to be viewed in a Kinetoscope peep-show machine.
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Topics: stock footage, historic, 1898, cowboy, horse, bucking bronco, west
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"Cripple Creek Barroom Scene" was the first filmed western with a plot (be it ever so thin). This is the full frame format offered by the Library of Congress, complete with visible sprocket holes on the right side.
Topics: stock footage, standard 4:3, historic, 1899, western, "Cripple Creek Barroom"
The Georges Méliès Collection
1899 Georges Méliès
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L'impressioniste Fin de Siecle, 1899, 0m57s Star Film Catalogue No. 183 A stage magician props up a female dummy on a table and lets it fall back before grabbing it and transforming it into a live ballerina. He helps her down and she performs some ballet steps before sitting in a chair. The magician places a large tube on the table and covers her with a cloth. She vanishes, and reappears inside the tube. The magician helps her down again, and picks her up in his arms. She dissolves into a...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy
The Georges Méliès Collection
1899 Georges Méliès
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La Pyramide de Triboulet, 1899, 1m04s Star Film Catalogue No. 218 Georges Méliès, a magician by profession, decided to become a director following the discovery of cinematography. Following its installation at the Studio of Montreuil, his films became truly unique using the magic of trickery to make people and objects appear, disappear and reappear. This earned him the title of The Cinemagician. Director: Georges Méliès Writer: Georges Méliès Production Co: Star-Film AKA: The Pyramid of...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy
Silent Films
1899 Lumière
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Director: Louis Lumière Writer: Louis Lumière Stars: Madeleine Koehler Country: France Release Date: 1899 (France) Also Known As (AKA) Filming Locations: Demeure Koehler - 29 Rue Guilloud, Monplasir, Lyon, Rhône, Rhône-Alpes, France A lány és a macska )Hungary)
Topics: Lumière, Girl, Cat, Short, Documentary
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1899 Georges Méliès
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The Dreyfus Affair (2) The Devil Island Released in 1899, that is to say only 5 years after the start of the Dreyfus affair in a political context in which France is divided into two camps, the film reconstructs openly Dreyfusard sequentially in chronological order and the facts of the time. After the military judgment, silent images show Dreyfus in jail where he is tied to his bed at night. Then we see the suicide of Colonel Henry followed the return of Dreyfus in France by a stormy night....
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, L'Affaire Dreyfus, The Dreyfus Affair, Biography, Short Film, Silent Film,...
The Georges Méliès Collection
1899 Georges Méliès
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Possibly the earliest film version of Cinderella, Cendrillion (1899) was landmark for Georges Méliès; it founded the techniques and tricks he would later master and become famous for, earning him the title of The Cinemagician. Director: Georges Méliès Writer: Charles Perrault (story) Stars: Barral, Bleuette Bernon and Carmely Country: France Release Date: 25 December 1899 (USA) Also Known As: Cinderella Filming Locations: Montreuil, Seine-Saint-Denis, France Runtime: about 6 min (DVD) Sound...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy, Fairy Tale
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"Cripple Creek Barroom Scene" was the first filmed western with a plot (be it ever so thin). This is a cropped version to remove sprocket holes in viewing area.
Topics: stock footage, standard 4:3, historic, 1899, western, "Cripple Creek Barroom"
The Georges Méliès Collection
1899 Georges Méliès
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Release Date: 1899 Country: France Written and Directed by Georges Méliès AKA "Summoning the Spirits" AKA "Invoking the Spirits" Évocation Spirite is a simple trick film from Georges Méliès. In it he plays a magician who presents us with a wreath. From within this a woman's head appears. This in turn transforms into the head of the devil and then into Méliès himself. It's a basic set up and is only really a showcase for one visual bit of trickery. It's nicely done...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy
Collectie Filmcollectief
1900 Exxon
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Exxon Company USA - Helicopter Safety Instructions Unfortunately this video is black and white and we don't know why. We will replace it with a color-version in time.
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Topic: exxon helicopter safety
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1900 Alice Guy
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1900 Georges Mlis
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1900 Robert Blinch-Edwards
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An introduction to offshore safety, made for people working offshore on drilling-platforms, for example. Technical coordinator: Ray Street Editor: Bob Rootes Principal writer/director: Richard Hackett Producer: Robert Blinch-Edwards A Videotel production supported by The European Community through the U.K. department of Energy
Topics: offshore, safety
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1900
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Fragments from early films, in poor condition, probably produced by Pathe Freres.
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Topics: Motion pictures (Early), Motion pictures (Early)
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1900 Alice Guy
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1900 James H. White
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This is an unknown familie, catched on film by Mr. A.Bakels in Zandvoort
Topic: wedding trouwen bakels zandvoort
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1900 Alice Guy
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1900 Georges Mlis
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1900 James H. White
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1900 James H. White
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1900 Alice Guy
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1900 Alice Guy
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1900 Robert W Paul
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1900 Thomas Crahan
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The Georges Méliès Collection
1900 Georges Méliès
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L'Homme Orchestre, 1900, 1m21s Star Film Catalogue Nos. 262-263 In many ways a sequel to The Four Troublesome Heads (Un Homme de têtes, 1898), The One-Man Band ups the ante to a considerable degree by featuring no fewer than seven identically-dressed Georges Méliès playing musical instruments and interacting with one another in remarkably convincing synchronisation. Buster Keaton pulled off a similar trick in The Playhouse (1921) with greater technical polish, but Méliès beat him to the...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy, Music