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  • Léon Gaumont - Wikipedia

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    Léon Gaumont (10 May 1864 – 9 August 1946) was a French inventor, engineer, and industrialist who was a pioneer of the motion picture industry.

  • Léon Gaumont - IMDb

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    Léon Gaumont, Producer: The First Men in the Moon. Léon Gaumont was born on May 10, 1864 in Paris, France as Léon Ernest Gaumont. He was a producer, known for The First Men in the Moon (1919), Oscar au bain (1913) and Monte Cristo Up-to-Date (1914). He was married to Camille Maillard. He died on August 10, 1946 in Sainte-Maxime, Var, France.

  • Léon Gaumont - Inventor, Filmmaker, Engineer - Biography

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    Find out more about early film industry pioneer Léon Gaumont, including how he saw the possibilities of film and equipment in the 19th century, at Biography.com.

  • GAUMONT

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    Though Léon Gaumont was the light that sparked Gaumont, his friends and family frequently contributed to the progression of the company. In 1903, his mother’s first name – Marguerite – influenced the company’s famous logo, a delicate daisy. In 1905, His secretary, Alice Guy recommended enlivening the presentation of his film apparatus by selling them through the film sketches presented by the company. With ...

  • Who's Who of Victorian Cinema

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    French producer. Léon Gaumont, modestly born but mechanically minded, was fascinated by photography. The seventeen-year-old's notebook contains advanced ideas on filming and on successive projection.

  • Léon Gaumont : Sa biographie - AlloCiné

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    Issu d’une famille modeste, Louis Ernest Gaumont né le 10 mai 1864 à Paris. Ancien élève du collège Sainte-Barbe à Paris, il est obligé de quitter l’école à 16 ans pour gagner sa vie, mais réussit malgré tout à poursuivre ses études aux cours du soir...

  • Léon Gaumont – Industrie Cinema - blog.jarvis-conseils.com

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    Léon Gaumont est un inventeur et industriel français, né le 10 mai 1864 à Paris et mort le 9 août 1946 à Sainte-Maxime. Il fut un pionnier de l’industrie du cinéma. Issu d’une famille modeste, Louis Ernest Gaumont est obligé de quitter l’école à 16 ans pour gagner sa vie. Passionné par la photographie, il entre en 1881 dans l’entreprise de fabrication d’instruments électriques et mécaniques de précision de Jules Carpentier. Dès […]

  • Gaumont

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    Daytime Emmy Nominee, Alex Soto, joins Gaumont as Creative Director. Soto is an industry veteran, known for overseeing the creative development on top kids animated series such as "Ben 10", Marvel’s “Ultimate Spider-Man”, and more.

  • IBIS BUDGET PARIS PORTE DE VINCENNES - TripAdvisor

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    Book Ibis Budget Paris Porte de Vincennes, Paris on TripAdvisor: See 209 traveler reviews, 152 candid photos, and great deals for Ibis Budget Paris Porte de Vincennes, ranked #1,436 of 1,815 hotels in Paris and rated 3.5 of 5 at TripAdvisor. Flights Vacation Rentals Restaurants Things to ... 2 avenue Leon Gaumont | 20 Arr., 75020 Paris, France.

  • Gaumont Film Company - Wikipedia

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    The Gaumont Film Company (/ ˈ ɡ aʊ m ɒ n t / [citation needed], French pronunciation: ; often shorted to Gaumont) is a French mini-major film studio founded by the engineer-turned-inventor Léon Gaumont (1864–1946), in 1895.

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