- Title: CF392
Men and women out of factory after day at work, 1894.
The First Newsreel Film: Congress of Photographers, Lyon.
Films first shown at the Grand Café, Paris, December 28, 1895. Man waters garden with hose, boy plays trick with hose and man chases and smacks the boy on bottom.
Men play cards and drink beer watched and cheered on by waiter.
Soldiers on horseback ride to camera.
Man and woman sit at table and feed their baby.
Man supervises the demolition of house wall.
Train into station, people off and on the train.
Men unpack charcuterie.
Two men read newspaper on a park bench, one gets up causing the bench to tip him over, one man kicks at other man's bottom.
Two men fight until another man sprays water from hose on them.
Two men pester woman who sits between them on park bench, she is rescued by policeman.
Inauguration Parade of President McKinley, Washington, 1897.
- Keywords:BIRTH OF CINEMA, FRENCH CINEMA, HISTORY OF CINEMA, HISTORY OF THE MOVIES, DOCUMENTARY, FRANCE, USA, POLITICS, ACTUALITY FILM, EVERYDAY SCENES, EVERYDAY LIFE, INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS, LUMIERE BROTHERS
- Master Title:CF392