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Inside the Earth (1910)
"Voyage au centre de la terre" (original title)

 |  Short  |  1 July 1910 (USA)
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The first film of Jules Verne's novel Journey to the Center of the Earth
16 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The first film of Jules Verne's novel Journey to the Center of the Earth was created by Segundo de Chomon, a pioneer director, animator, and cameraman who worked throughout Europe. His VOYAGE AU CENTRE DE LA TERRE was produced in France in December 1909 and had a length of 528 feet, lasting some 9 minutes. Released worldwide in 1910 by Pathé Freres, in England it was titled A JOURNEY TO THE MIDDLE OF THE EARTH, while in the United States it was issued as INSIDE THE EARTH. Liberally adapted, four travellers--two Englishmen and their guides--are shown emerging from the sets of grottos and caverns in a theatrical manner, miming the action. As they discover the Earth's interior, transformations surround them; for instance, gigantic mushrooms spring up spontaneously. An appalling array of fierce creatures appear suddenly, including elephants, crocodiles and huge frogs, terrifying the explorers. Passing through streams of fire and molten lava, they return to the surface, pleased at their safe deliverance. Fifty more years would pass before filmmakers again adapted Verne's novel, but from that point to the present, a dozen more movie and television adaptations have been produced.

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