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Movies 1892

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The final revisions to the Kinetoscope are made, including a vertical transport and wider film. This becomes the de facto technical specification for all silent film by 1909.
Max Skladanowsky develops a camera and shoots his first footage this year, but its unusual interleaved image format leaves him ultimately unable to exhibit it until work is completed on the Bioskop projector in late 1895.
18 October - Théâtre Optique event opens, showing projected motion pictures to the public at the Musée Grévin in Paris.

Films released in 1892

-Boxing
-Le Clown et ses chiens
-Fencing
-A Hand Shake
-Man on Parallel Bars
-Pauvre Pierrot
-Le Prince de Galles
-Un bon bock
-Wrestling

Births

January 18 - Oliver Hardy, American comic actor (d. 1957)
March 27 - Dorrit Weixler, German actress (d. 1916)
April 2 - Jack Warner, American Hollywood studio founder (d. 1978)
April 8 - Mary Pickford, Canadian-born American actress, studio founder (d. 1979)
July 22 - Renée Jeanne Falconetti, French actress (d. 1946)
September 9 - Tsuru Aoki, Japanese-born American actress (d. 1961)
September 28 - Ruth Stonehouse, American actress, film director (d. 1941)
October 25 - Nell Shipman, American actress, writer, producer (d. 1970)
November 16 - Mabel Normand, American actress (d. 1930)
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A Hand Shake (1892)
Stars: William K.L. Dickson and William Heise
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Fencing (1892)
Genres: Short | Sport

Country: USA
Language: English (silent)
Also Known As: Fencers
Filming Locations: Photographic Building, Edison Laboratories, West Orange, New Jersey, USA
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Wrestling (1892)
Director: William K.L. Dickson
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Boxing (1892)
Genres: Short | Sport

Country: USA
Also Known As: Boksz
Filming Locations: Photographic Building, Edison Laboratories, West Orange, New Jersey, USA
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A Good Beer (1892)
Un bon bock (aka A Good Beer) is an 1892 French short animated film directed by Émile Reynaud. It consists of 700 individually painted images and lasts about 15 minutes.[1]
It is one of the first animated films ever made and was the first to be screened on Reynaud's modified praxinoscope, the optical theatre.[2]
Alongside Le Clown et ses chiens and Pauvre Pierrot it was broadcast in October 1892 when Emile Reynaud opened his Théâtre Optique at the Musée Grévin. The combined performance of all three films was known as Pantomimes Lumineuses. These were the first animated pictures publicly broadcast by means of picture bands. Reynaud gave the whole presentation himself manipulating the images.
It is considered a lost film. No copy exists, as Reynaud threw all but two of his picture bands into the Seine.

Directed by Émile Reynaud
Music by Gaston Paulin
Release date(s) 28 October 1892
Running time 15 minutes (approx)
Country France
Language Silent
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Le Clown et ses chiens (aka The Clown and His Dogs) is an 1892 French short animated film directed by Émile Reynaud. It consists of 300 individually painted images and lasts about 15 minutes
It is one of the first animated films ever made, and alongside Pauvre Pierrot and Un bon bock was broadcast in October 1892 when Emile Reynaud opened his Théâtre Optique at the Musée Grévin. The combined performance of all three films was known as Pantomimes Lumineuses
These were the first animated pictures publicly broadcast by means of picture bands. Reynaud gave the whole presentation himself manipulating the images.


Directed by Émile Reynaud
Music by Gaston Paulin
Release date(s) 28 October 1892
Running time 15 minutes (approx)
Country France
Language Silent
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Director: William K.L. Dickson
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Director: Louis Lumière
Stars: King Edward VII
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Poor Pete (1892)
Pauvre Pierrot (aka Poor Pete) is an 1892 French short animated film directed by Charles-Émile Reynaud. It consists of 500 individually painted images and lasts about 15 minutes.[1]
It is one of the first animated films ever made, and alongside Le Clown et ses chiens and Un bon bock was broadcast in October 1892 when Charles-Émile Reynaud opened his Théâtre Optique at the Musée Grévin. It was the first film to demonstrate the Theatre Optique system developed by Reynaud in 1888, and is also believed to be the first usage of film perforations. The combined performance of all three films was known as Pantomimes Lumineuses.
These were the first animated pictures publicly broadcast by means of picture bands. Reynaud gave the whole presentation himself manipulating the images.


Directed by Charles-Émile Reynaud
Music by Gaston Paulin
Release date(s) 28 October 1892
Running time 15 minutes (approx)
Country France
Language Silent
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