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Assembling and Testing Turbines (1904)

| Documentary, Short
A turbine is shown operating. Two men walk up to it, check the running of various parts on it, and write their findings down on paper. A third man is seen walking through a few times, once ... See full summary »
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A turbine is shown operating. Two men walk up to it, check the running of various parts on it, and write their findings down on paper. A third man is seen walking through a few times, once stopping to look at one of the men's writings. Written by Library of Congress

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turbine | clipboard | factory | See All (3) »

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Man With a clipboard
10 October 2002 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Shot by Billy Bitzer, who would become D.W. Griffith's cameraman. There's nothing much to this picture, as a man with a clipboard wanders around a large industrial-looking item, peers at it, and makes marks on a clipboard. Good composition can't quite save it from being little more than an animated photograph. The industrial steam at the left gives it a slightly hellish look.


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