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A fairy godmother magically turns Cinderella's rags to a beautiful dress, and a pumpkin into a coach. Cinderella goes to the ball, where she meets the Prince - but will she remember to leave before the magic runs out?
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This picture depicts the eruption of the volcano by which over 30,000 souls were hurled into eternity. The numerous explosions which took place during the eruption are plain to be seen. ... See full summary »
This impressive ceremony is performed in the order as officially published. Their Majesties, Royalty, Clergy, and other Distinguished Personages taking part in the Coronation are impersonated by accomplished actors and actresses, every detail as to costumes, robes, regalia, coronation chairs, chair of state, Abbey arrangements, etc., being as faithfully reproduced as possible, in order to convey the scene to the millions who are not privileged to witness the actual proceedings. Only such portions of the ceremony as would admit of action have been selected for purposes of this representation, thus greatly reducing the duration of the actual performance, and blending the same into a consecutive series, enacted in the most impressive and dignified manner, and in the following order, viz: 1. His Majesty taking the oath. 2. King Edward kissing the book and signing the oath. 3. The annointing 4. The oblation of the sword. 5. The imperial mantle 6. The orb and sceptres. 7. The crowning of ...Written by
AMB Picture Catalogue (1902)
As a means of focusing on the solemnity of the occasion, the cast was chosen for their similarity to the actual figures they portrayed and not their degree of fame or talent. The man who enacted the part of the new King was, in real life, a washroom attendant. See more »
Historical drama from the French master tells pretty much exactly what the title says. Now that I've watched a few of Melies non-magic films, I can't say that I'm too impressed. It seems there's never a clear story trying to be told and instead we just see one little scene that in the end really doesn't amount to anything worth noting. This film runs nearly four minutes and for the most part we just see Edward walking around. What does stand out about this film are the nice sets and wonderful costume design. These two things make the film worth watching once but the director has better films out there.
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