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  • Charles-Émile Reynaud - WikipediaÉmile_Reynaud

    Charles-Émile Reynaud (8 December 1844 – 9 January 1918) was a French inventor, responsible for the praxinoscope (an animation device patented in 1877 that ...

  • Émile Reynaud - IMDb

    Émile Reynaud, Director: Pauvre Pierrot. His father was a watchmaker, his mother a schoolteacher. He was taught by his parents, and they believed he should learn ...

  • Emile Reynaud - Who's Who of Victorian Cinema

    French inventor, artist and showman Émile Reynaud's father was an horologer and medal engraver, and the Reynaud home was full of mysterious objects to fascinate the ...

  • Emile Reynaud | French inventor |

    Emile Reynaud: Encyclopædia Britannica ... The Frenchman Émile Reynaud in 1876 adapted the principle into a form that could be projected before a ...

  • Théâtre Optique - Wikipediaéâtre_Optique

    Reynaud covered the use of photographic pictures in the 1888 patent. The July 1892 article in La Nature saw its future especially in the ... "Emile Reynaud"

  • Théâtre Optique d'Émile Reynaud. Museu del Cinema - YouTube

    Virtual reconstruction of how the Théâtre Optique run. It was invented by Emile Reynaud. He worked in Paris between 1892 and 1900. Video produced by the ...

  • Charles-Emile Reynaud: The Praxinoscope | Chronicles of ...

    Charles-Emile Reynaud (1844 - 1918) was a Frenchman, who developed a technical understanding of visual science as photographer's apprentice. In 1877, he ...

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  • Émile Reynaud - Biography - IMDb

    Charles-Émile Reynaud: Mini Bio (1) His father was a watchmaker, his mother a schoolteacher.

  • Pauvre Pierrot (Emile Reynaud, 1892).mp4 - YouTube

    Pauvre Pierrot (aka Poor Pete) is an 1892 French short animated film directed by Émile Reynaud. It consists of 500 individually painted images and lasts ...

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