History Film / RoundhayGardenScene

6th Dec '15 9:23:16 AM Korodzik
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* GenderEqualEnsemble: Two men, two women.
3rd Jun '15 12:37:40 AM Tuckerscreator
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* FollowTheLeader: This succesful experiment would lead to more attempts to make movies.
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* FollowTheLeader: This succesful successful experiment would lead to more attempts to make movies.
2nd Jun '15 11:53:57 PM Patachou
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* LaBelleEpoque: Filmed right at the beginning of these times.

* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: It's a scene in Roundhay Garden.

* LaBelleEpoque: Filmed right at the beginning of these times.
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* LaBelleEpoque: Filmed right at MinimalistCast: Only four people are seen. * MundaneMadeAwesome: It's just some people in a garden and it's only two seconds long, but it's the beginning of these times.oldest surviving movie in existence, which makes it enormously fascinating! * NoPlotNoProblem: It was just an experiment to see whether the movie camera worked and it did! * ThePreHollywoodEra: There wasn't even a film industry yet!

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* LaBelleEpoque: Filmed right at UrExample: Where to start? It's the beginning of these times.first movie, the first amateur movie, the first black-and-white movie, the first SilentMovie, the first ShortFilm, the first documentary, the first film with a MinimalistCast, ...
2nd Jun '15 11:30:31 PM Seanette
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* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The images are in black-and-white, since color film did not yet exist.

* FollowTheLeader: This succesful experiment would lead to more attempts to make movies.

* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The images are in black-and-white. * FollowTheLeader: This succesful experiment would lead to more attempts to make movies. * JustForFun/TheTropelessTale: Closest possible. Wait, [[LogicBomb that makes a trope itself.]]

* SilenceIsGolden * SliceOfLife: The film features people walking around in a garden.
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* SilenceIsGolden SilenceIsGolden: Since movies with sound were impossible at that time. * SliceOfLife: The film features people walking around in a garden. garden. * JustForFun/TheTropelessTale: Closest possible. Wait, [[LogicBomb that makes a trope itself.]]
2nd Jun '15 11:10:59 PM Patachou
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* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The images are in black-and-white. * FollowTheLeader: This succesful experiment would lead to more attempts to make movies.

* PublicDomain: The copyright has expired. * ShortFilm: It's only two seconds long.

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* SliceOfLife: The film features people walking around in a garden. ----
12th Sep '13 3:02:07 PM Emreld3000
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* SilenceIsGolden
3rd Jul '13 12:54:03 AM Deusirae76
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!!The tropes it does manage to have * EpicMovie: A rare inversion that does not qualify as a BMovie. * LaBelleEpoque
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!!The tropes it does manage to have have: * EpicMovie: The fact that it's one of the earliest films ever is epic enough. A rare inversion that does not qualify as a BMovie. * LaBelleEpoqueLaBelleEpoque: Filmed right at the beginning of these times.
17th Jun '13 11:25:07 AM PancticeSquadCutterback
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!!The tropes it does manage to have
12th Apr '13 2:18:52 AM Deusirae76
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On a sadder note, Sarah Whitley died only 10 days after the film was made and Louis Le Prince mysteriously disappeared from a train in 1890. His body and luggage were never found, but, over a century later, a police archive was found to contain a photograph of a drowned man who could have been him. Le Prince's disappearance allowed Thomas Edison to take the credit for the invention of motion pictures, but he has been heralded as 'The Father of Cinematography', in current times.
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On a sadder note, Sarah Whitley died only 10 days after the film was made and Louis Le Prince mysteriously disappeared from a train in 1890. His Le Prince's body and luggage were never found, but, over a century later, a police archive was found to contain a photograph of a drowned man who could have been him. Le Prince's His disappearance allowed Thomas Edison ThomasEdison to take the credit for the invention of motion pictures, but he has been heralded as 'The Father of Cinematography', in current times.
12th Apr '13 2:17:42 AM Deusirae76
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* JustForFun/TheTropelessTale: Closest possible. Wait, [[LogicBomb that makes a trope itself.]]
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* JustForFun/TheTropelessTale: Closest possible. Wait, [[LogicBomb that makes a trope itself.]]]]
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