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Martin Chuzzlewit 1 of 5... 1 June 1912 film

Martin Chuzzlewit 1 of 5... 1 June 1912 film

Film Index, November 5, 1910 ad for the Biograph film WAITER, NO. 5

Film Index, November 5, 1910 ad for the Biograph film WAITER, NO. 5

Helen Gardner as "Cleopatra",1912 (The screen's first)

Helen Gardner as "Cleopatra",1912 (The screen's first)

Scrooge (1951) with Alastair Sim - My most favorite Scrooge! Watch from 1:12 minutes and 7 seconds - unless you want to watch the whole movie.

Scrooge (1951) with Alastair Sim - My most favorite Scrooge! Watch from 1:12 minutes and 7 seconds - unless you want to watch the whole movie.

Film Index, November 5, 1910 synopsis of A DOUBLE ELOPEMENT (1910)

Film Index, November 5, 1910 synopsis of A DOUBLE ELOPEMENT (1910)

Film Index, November 5, 1910 review of the Melies film "A MOUNTAIN WIFE"

Film Index, November 5, 1910 review of the Melies film "A MOUNTAIN WIFE"

The 1912 film version of Cleopatra starred Helen Gardner and was billed as "The most beautiful motion picture ever made."

The 1912 film version of Cleopatra starred Helen Gardner and was billed as "The most beautiful motion picture ever made."

“La Sortie de l’Usine Lumière à Lyon (Employees Leaving the Lumière Factory )” 1895. It is often referred to as the first real motion picture ever made,[1] although Louis Le Prince's 1888 Roundhay Garden Scene pre-dated it by seven years.

“La Sortie de l’Usine Lumière à Lyon (Employees Leaving the Lumière Factory )” 1895. It is often referred to as the first real motion picture ever made,[1] although Louis Le Prince's 1888 Roundhay Garden Scene pre-dated it by seven years.

"George Kleine presents Quo Vadis Nero sings while Rome burns." Chromolithograph, motion picture poster for 1912 film.

"George Kleine presents Quo Vadis Nero sings while Rome burns." Chromolithograph, motion picture poster for 1912 film.

This brief film was made by Léon Gaumont using Chronochrome – the first natural colour fllm. It is of the beach and sea-front at Deauville, France, 1912.

This brief film was made by Léon Gaumont using Chronochrome – the first natural colour fllm. It is of the beach and sea-front at Deauville, France, 1912.

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