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Incident at Clovelly Cottage, also known as Incident Outside Clovelly Cottage, Barnet, shot by Birt Acres and produced by Acres and his collaborator Robert W. Paul in March 1895, was the "first successful motion picture film made in Britain"

Considered lost since only a few frames have survived.

December 28, 1895

A father, a mother and a baby are sitting at a table, on a patio outside. Dad is feeding baby his lunch, while mum is serving tea.

March 31, 1896

A brief fantasy tale involving a strange fairy who can produce and deliver babies coming out of cabbages. This film is lost or never existed. Copies of it online are actually the 1900 remake.

July 15, 1897

Four young people throwing buckets of water at each other.

Children enjoying the seaside.

October 10, 1897

In a grove, a small boy and a small girl are dancing together.

November 28, 1897

A group of four children, circle dancing.

August 1, 1898

The ghost of a man's twin shows him a vision of how he was killed in a duel.

September 1, 1898

Santa arrives at a house on Christmas Eve to deliver his presents for the children.

October 1, 1899

A fairy godmother magically turns Cinderella's rags to a beautiful dress, and a pumpkin into a coach. Cinderella goes to the ball, where she meets the Prince - but will she remember to leave before the magic runs out? Méliès based the art direction on engravings by Gustave Doré. First known example of a fairy-tale adapted to film, and the first film to use dissolves to go from one scene to another.

January 1, 1900

A man and a child are washing a small dog in a tub, while a large dog is circling around them, barking.

January 1, 1900

Through the use of interaction, repetition and imitation, the culturally diverse WHIZ KIDS are sure to capture your childs imagination and sense of fun. Tots learn ABCs, numbers, colors, animals, and more! Enjoy fun, easy to follow original songs. A first-rate learning tool just for preschoolers, best of all its taught by KIDS!

October 31, 1901

A few days before the Christmas holiday, a large family decides to put on a home-made play as part of their holiday together. The mother writes the play, and the children practice it. When they are ready, they enact first a prologue and then the play.

July 15, 1902

Porter's sequential continuity editing links several shots to form a narrative of the famous fairy tale story of Jack and his magic beanstalk. Borrowing on cinematographic methods reminiscent of 'Georges Melies' , Porter uses animation, double exposure, and trick photography to illustrate the fairy's apparitions, Jack's dream, and the fast growing beanstalk.

October 17, 1903

This is the first movie version of the famous story. Alice dozes in a garden, awakened by a dithering white rabbit in waistcoat with pocket watch. She follows him down a hole and finds herself in a hall of many doors.

September 30, 1905

A young woman receives a message, and hurriedly leaves home. But the message was a trick to lure her into a trap, where she is assaulted and killed. When her body is found floating in the river, it is brought to her father. Once he realizes what has been done to his daughter, the father immediately sets out in an effort to extract vengeance.

December 16, 1905

On Christmas Eve, Santa feeds his reindeer and loads his sleigh, before going on his journey to deliver toys to the children of the world.

December 20, 1906

A penniless troubadour consults witch Carabosse about his future, but offends her by paying with a bag of sand. He evades the witch's revenge, and saves the beautiful princess.

May 23, 1907

A boy in a cadet's uniform paints a statement on the top of the frame and then tips his cap to the audience.

November 18, 1908

A wealthy guy who possess a magical donkey desires to marry his own daughter. In exchange for her consent, she asks him to kill the donkey, the source of his wealth. She escapes under the donkey's skin, earning the nickname "Donkey skin"

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