The Birth of Cinema

Kodak, Edison and Dixon are introduced, as are their first roles in the story of film history. Next week we cover movies they made.
I use movie clips as transitions in this show. Once we reach sound film, all the clips will be very pertinent, but for now it is just for the joy of movies, and as a reminder to where we are eventually headed. This week the movies were:
Iron Man (2008)
Sabrina (1954)
Jaws (1975)
Brining up Baby (1938)
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Happy listening, and I will see you next week!

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Kodak 1 Camera

The first camera usage by a wide public, that eventually lead to the use of celluloid film.

Image by Kodakcollector

CC BY-SA 3.0

Edison's orignal phonograph

In this very patriotic video, you can see how Edison's first phonographs operated

below are images of Edison and his invention, and an early phonograph parlor. If you would like to learn more about them, you can uses the button below to take you to an article about them.