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Precursory of the cinema. Photographic splitting u

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UNSPECIFIED - CIRCA 1894: Precursory of the cinema. Photographic splitting up of the successive jumps, by a process likje a chronophotograph of Etienne Jules Marey. (Photo by Harlingue/Roger Viollet/Getty Images)
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UNSPECIFIED - CIRCA 1894: Precursory of the cinema. Photographic splitting up of the successive jumps, by a process likje a chronophotograph of Etienne Jules Marey. (Photo by Harlingue/Roger Viollet/Getty Images)
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January 01, 1894
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56210950
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Precursory of the cinema Photographic splitting up of the successive... News Photo 562109501890-1899,Archival,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Beginnings,Chronophotography,Film Industry,Motion,Movie,Processing,StudyPhotographer Collection: Roger Viollet Harlingue/Roger ViolletUNSPECIFIED - CIRCA 1894: Precursory of the cinema. Photographic splitting up of the successive jumps, by a process likje a chronophotograph of Etienne Jules Marey. (Photo by Harlingue/Roger Viollet/Getty Images)