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Resource Text: Review
Title The Cinematographe
Abstract/Description As an up to date scientific novelty the cinematographe, which was introduced to Australians by Carl Hertz at the Opera House on Saturday night, must be ascribed a leading position. It is a combination by which the effects of the kinetoscope are imparted to limelight views, producing scenes of amazing realism, and giving them all the characteristics of actual moving life.
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Source The Age, Francis Cooke, South Melbourne, Vic, 1854
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Page 6
Date Issued 24 August 1896
Language English
Citation The Cinematographe, The Age, 24 August 1896, 6
Resource Identifier 65502