1882 in Film - Films

Films

This is an incomplete list of films made in the 1880s:

  • Roundhay Garden Scene (Louis le Prince 1888).
  • Leeds Bridge (Louis le Prince 1888).
  • Accordion Player (Louis le Prince, probably 1888).
  • Leisurely Pedestrians, Open Topped Buses and Hansom Cabs with Trotting Horses (William Friese-Greene 1889).

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