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Kinetoscopic Record of a Sneeze

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1894 was a pivotal year for Thomas Edison and his crew. It was the beginning of commercial film activity with the opening of the first public kinetoscopic parlors, and Edison was poised to be the prime supplier of films for this new form of entertainment.This film of Fred Ott’s sneeze was among the earliest of these short subjects and was shot by Edison’s masterful assistant, W. K. L. Dickson. 2 x 3 inches, 45 pages, 2 color art nouveu-esque cover, brief historical text.

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