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London's Trafalgar Square (1890)

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This film was photographed at approximately 10 frames per second and with a circular mask. Ten frames of it exist on unperforated celluloid positive film: nine frames are held by the Kodak Collection at the National Museum of Photography Film & Television in Bradford, while the tenth frame is in the collection of the Musée du Cinéma, Cinématheque française, in Paris (From Stephen Herbert, "Industry, Liberty, and a Vision: Wordsworth Donisthorpe's Kinesigraph"). See more »

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