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Louis Le Prince’s Film Spools
Film spools of leeds

Origin

Louis Le Prince

Type

Film Spools

Effects

Imprints a person into the film

Downsides

Being trapped inside indefinitely

Activation

Watching it

Collected by

Herbert Wesley

Section

Dionysus-336

Aisle

31606-6538

Shelf

425368-5015-92

Date of Collection

October 6, 1890

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OriginsEdit

Le Prince pioneered moving pictures before Edison had even heard of them and was only prevented from patenting them because of his unexplained disappearance from his train carriage in 1890, a year before Edison would go on to patent the concept.

EffectsEdit

Watching the first (a film of his family at Oakwood Grange) will transport the viewer into the film, essentially imprinting them onto the film. Rewinding the film will release them. Watching the second (a man playing an accordion) has no known effects, but is kept for potential safety reasons.

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