Edison: The Invention Of The Movies, Part 1

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Edison: The Invention Of The Movies, Part 2
1904: European Rest Cure * How a French Nobleman Got a Wife Through the New York Herald Personal Columns * The Strenuous Life; or, Anti-Race Suicide * The Ex-Convict 1905: The Klepto-maniac * The Seven Ages * The Whole Dam Family and the Dam Dog * Coney Island at Night…
Edison: The Invention Of The Movies, Part 3
Cohen's Fire Sale * The Rivals * The Trainer's Daughter; or, A Race for Love * College Chums * Laughing Gas * A Little Girl Who Did Not Believe in Santa Claus 1908: A Suburbanite's Ingenious Alarm * Rescued From an Eagle's Nest * Fireside Reminiscences * Cupid's Pranks *…
Edison: The Invention Of The Movies, Part 4
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