Old Man Drinking a Glass of Beer - Directed by George Albert Smith.

Old Man Drinking a Glass of Beer - Directed by George Albert Smith.

L'auberge ensorcelée - Directed by Georges Méliès.

From the Film "The Bewitched Inn"

The X-Rays - Directed by George Albert Smith. Cited as one of the first examples of special effects by jump cut.

The X-Rays - Directed by George Albert Smith. Cited as one of the first examples of special effects by jump cut.

On the Roofs - Directed by Georges Méliès.

On the Roofs - Directed by Georges Méliès.

Kørsel med Grønlandske Hunde - Directed by Peter Elfelt; the first Danish movie sequence ever filmed.

Kørsel med Grønlandske Hunde - Directed by Peter Elfelt; the first Danish movie sequence ever filmed.

The Corbett-Fitzsimmons Fight, a documentary directed by Enoch J. Rector. The first film shot in widescreen. At an hour and 40 minutes, it is the first known feature film ever made.

The first film to use widescreen was The Corbett Fitzsimmons Fight in The film opened the door for widescreen shooting which was another technique to lure people to go to the show.

After The Ball - directed by Georges Méliès. First film to show human nudity.

After The Ball - directed by Georges Méliès. First film to show human nudity.


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