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The Impossible Balancing Feat (1902) - Georges Melies | Méliès utilizes his newest trick, first seen in The Human Fly, combined with the spirit of The One-Man Band, resulting in a one-man gymnastics team.

In An Impossible Balancing Feat (aka L'équilibre impossible), Méliès utilizes his newest trick, first seen in The Human Fly, combined with the spirit of The .

Georges Méliès, Self Portrait of the Artist. Private collection. Date: Unknown .Technique: Oil on canvas, 63.5 x 52 cm.

Never knew director Georges Méliès was also a painter. Georger Méliès - Picture of a Man Wallraf Richarz - Cologne

A mostra francesa Georges Méliès, O Mágico do Cinema pode ser visitada a partir desta quarta-feira (4/7) no Museu da Imagem e do Som (MIS), em São Paulo. Segundo a organização, a exposição é inédita no Brasil...

MIS: Exposição Georges Méliès, O Mágico do Cinema chega ao Brasil

Georges Méliès December 1861 – 21 January full name Marie-Georges-Jean Méliès, was a French illusionist and filmmaker famous for leading many technical and narrative developments in the earliest days of cinema.

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Store Melies ran selling toys and candy in the concourse of Montparnasse Station in Paris.

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The Eclipse by Georges Melies 1907 silent film Pink Floyd

Auguste and Louis Lumière

Auguste and Louis Lumière (Vintage Photography)

storamogul: “ I don’t know who these guys are, but love the picture! ” The Brothers Auguste and Louis Lumière, 1909 (The earliest filmmakers)

Paper Moon Couple by Rile Santa Monica California Vintage Cabinet Photo | eBay

Paper moon couple by rile santa monica california vintage cabinet photo

Paper Moon Couple by Rile Santa Monica California Vintage Cabinet Photo | eBay

A glass roofed studio, an alternative to the open air studios found at the turn of the century. This particular studio belonged to the French magician and filmmaker Georges Melies. Read more about his life here: http://www.aclassicmovieblog.com/2012/04/georges-melies-brief-biography.html

A glass roofed studio, an alternative to the open air studios found at the turn of the century. This particular studio belonged to the French magician and filmmaker Georges Melies.

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