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Autour d'une cabine (Around a Bathing Hut) (1894)

Autour d'une cabine
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Autour d'une cabine is an 1894 French short animated film directed by Émile Reynaud. It is an animated film made of 636 individually images hand painted in 1893. The film showed off Emile's invention, the Théâtre Optique. It was shown at the Musée Grévin from December 1894 until March 1900.
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"DIR: Charles-Emile Reynaud SUMMARY: Two characters enjoy a day at the beach. WHY IT'S HERE: 'Autour d'une Cabine' is another of Charles-Emile Reynaud's early examples of animation. If anything it has even less plot than 'Pauvre Pierrot' but is every bit as fascinating. Here, Reynaud plays with the saucy seaside imagery that is thought of as quintessentially British, as he depicts two characters enjoying the simple pleasures of a day at the beach. Any surviving work by Reynaud is worth celeb"

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