American Mutoscope

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Precursors Of Film - Victorian Innovations, C.1860–1901
... an idea to George Eastman, who markets it as "American film" a roll of paper coated with emulsion ... Dickson who joins with other inventors and investors to form the American Mutoscope Company ... The company manufactured the mutoscope as a rival to the Kinetoscope and, like Edison, produced films for its invention ...
List Of Years In Film - 19th Century in Film
... See also 19th century in film 1886 - Louis Aimé Augustin Le Prince is granted an American dual-patent on a 16-lens device that combined a motion picture camera with a projector ... The American Mutoscope and Biograph Company motion pictures was founded in New Jersey by the KMCD Syndicate of William Kennedy Dickson, Henry Marvin, Herman Casler and Elias Koopman ... Herman Casler of American Mutoscope Company, aka American Mutoscope and Biograph Company manufactures the Biograph 68 mm camera, which will become the first successful large ...
Vitascope - History
... Dickson formed the American Mutoscope Company in December 1895 with partners Herman Casler, Henry Norton Marvin and Elias Koopman ... The company, which eventually became the American Mutoscope and Biograph Company, soon became a major competitor to the Edison Company ... Other competitors soon displayed their own projection systems in American theaters, including the re-engineered Eidoloscope, which copied Vitascope innovations the Lumière ...

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