5 edition of Who"s who of Victorian cinema found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 161-167) and index.
|Other titles||Victorian cinema|
|Statement||edited by Stephen Herbert and Luke McKernan.|
|Series||Centenary of cinema|
|Contributions||Herbert, Stephen., McKernan, Luke., British Film Institute.|
|LC Classifications||PN1998.2 .W465 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 178 p. :|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||96176421|
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They form the "Victorian cinema" in the title of this book. The most popular mass entertainment medium of the 20th century came about because, during the 19th century, a huge number of scientists, entertainers, industrialists, speculators and crazy inventors devoted their lives (and a lot of them came to sticky ends because of that) to the improvement of motion pictures.5/5(1).
A biographical guide to the earliest years of moving pictures, A gateway to the world of Victorian film, behind and in front of the camera. Based on the book Who´s Who of Victorian Cinema: A Worldwide Survey. They form the "Victorian cinema" in the title of this book.
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WHO'S WHO. This section provides the starting point for using this site. It lists all Who's Who in Victorian Cinema entrants in alphabetical order, each name hyperlinked to the relevant biographical entry.
New names added since are given at the bottom of this page. Leonard Ulrich Kamm Electrical engineer, motion picture inventor and manufacturer Early in the history of film production and presentation some inventors, familiar with glass slide projection and considering inflammable and fiddly celluloid ribbon unsuitable for non-professional cinematography, devised machines that used glass plates to photograph and project moving.
Users should use the section menu on the left-hand side to find information on websites about Victorian cinema, film archives, books, journals, organisations, videos and news and events. There is a chronology of Victorian cinema and the Victorian eraand a section for texts, reproducing original articles as well as current writing.
Cinema Whos who of Victorian cinema book in and had reached almost every corner of the globe by This reference records the lives of the people who made it happen.
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A flip-book, patented inencased in a metal cover and operated by applying thumb pressure on a lever. Featuring lithographed images, mostly from films made by R.W. Paul. COUNTRIES. Listed here are Who's Who of Victorian Cinema entrants classified by country, either the country of their nationality, and/or where their film career is most strongly associated.
Nations are given under their present form, with their status given in parenthesis where it is significantly different from the present. Cinema arrived in and had reached almost every corner of the globe by This reference records the lives of the people who made it happen.
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By it firmly established fortunes for some and reputations were made by many. It was also to have a profound impact on our ancestors lives, an impact that continues to this day. This website is a biographical guide to the world of Victorian film. Based on the book: Who's who of Victorian cinema: a worldwide survey / edited by Stephen Herbert and Luke McKernan.
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