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The second program of the Lumiere brothers. (1896)

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Director: Ogyust Lyumjer / Auguste Lumiere, Lui Lyumjer / Louis Lumiere

Reel №1

Anthology of 15 Lumière films shown in Budapest in May 1896 Announcement Budapest in the press about the show Lumière films. 1. Italy.

The view from the gondola in Venice. 2. France.

Movement at the Grand Opera in Paris.

Coaches and cars at the Opera facade. 3. Germany.

Keel.

Shipyard German Navy, September 25, 1897 Launching of the first armored cruiser of the German Imperial Navy "Fuerst Bismarck» (Furst-Bismarck).

The ship is moving the stocks.

Crowd. 4. Bathing horses.

The river bathed horses and boys. 5. Race with obstacles.

Horsemen with peaks overcome obstacles. 6. Arena.

Bullfight.

Bull.

Toreador. 7. Spanish Dance.

The dancers perform a dance in front of the camera. 8. Dance duo.

Two dancers dancing, one of them with a bouquet. 9. Roller Skating.

Mr.

Thick rolls and falls.

Rises, falls and rises again, spinning. 10. Niagara Falls.

Types waterfall.

Tourists on a viewing platform. 11. Rocky river bank.

The rapid current. 12. Training ship at sea.

On the boats sail sailors. 13. Football match of 1896.

Fragment of the match.

Playing football. 14. Austria-Hungary.

Budapest, The Main Square, June 8, 1896 Operator: Charles Muasson.

The celebration of the 1000th anniversary of the Hungarian kingdom.

Royal motorcade.

Directions 4 royal carriages.

Horsemen with banners. 15. Austria-Hungary.

Budapest, Chain Bridge, June 1896 Operator: Charles Muasson.

View of the bridge.

On the bridge enter the wagons, carriages, pedestrians move.

Key words

Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Austria, Hungary, USA, art, architecture, road transport, cartage, urban transport, naval Fleet, life, people, cavalry, teaching, entertainment, choreography, dance, scenery, sea transport, sports, parades, anniversaries, monarchs