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UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE, Ella Lola, A La Trilby (1898), The Kinetoscope: Dance Work Play (1893-1898) [12-film compilation]
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directed by James H. White, 1872-1944, William Heise, fl. 1890-1903 and William K.L. Dickson, 1860-1935; produced by American Mutoscope and Biograph Company and Edison Manufacturing Company; performed by Annabelle Moore, 1878-1961, in UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE (Filmmakers Showcase, 1898), 6 mins
VIVA LA DANCE is part of the film retrospective UNSEEN CINEMA that explores long-forgotten American experimental cinema. These brief glimpses were some of the first images captured in America to show us the world in motion. They were viewed one at-a-time through a peephole viewer known as the Kinetoscope machin...
directed by James H. White, 1872-1944, William Heise, fl. 1890-1903 and William K.L. Dickson, 1860-1935; produced by American Mutoscope and Biograph Company and Edison Manufacturing Company; performed by Annabelle Moore, 1878-1961, in UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE (Filmmakers Showcase, 1898), 6 mins
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UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE, Edison Butterfly [Serpentine] Dance
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directed by William Heise, fl. 1890-1903 and William K.L. Dickson, 1860-1935; produced by William Heise, fl. 1890-1903, Edison Manufacturing Company; performed by Annabelle Moore, 1878-1961, in UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE (Filmmakers Showcase, 1895), 2 mins
VIVA LA DANCE is part of the film retrospective UNSEEN CINEMA that explores long-forgotten American experimental cinema. An exquisitely sharp image and fancy hand tinting-toning make this little “serpentine dance” a uniqie viewing experience, even though it is mistitled as a “butterfly dance.” The new tit...
directed by William Heise, fl. 1890-1903 and William K.L. Dickson, 1860-1935; produced by William Heise, fl. 1890-1903, Edison Manufacturing Company; performed by Annabelle Moore, 1878-1961, in UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE (Filmmakers Showcase, 1895), 2 mins
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