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Scene on Brighton Beach
Visitors to Brighton Beach filmed by either George Albert Smith or Robert Paul from a single fixed position.
Train Entering Hove Station
A scene filmed at Hove station by George Albert Smith in 1897.
The Miller and the Sweep
A miller and chimney sweep collide as moving sails of the windmill behind provide an animated backdrop in this 1897 George Albert Smith production.
Hanging Out the Cloths; or, Master, Mistress and Maid
A mistress discovers her husband up to no good behind a washing line in this George Albert Smith production from 1897.
Children sleep while Santa Claus appears in their bedroom to deliver their presents, directed by George Albert Smith in 1898.
The Kiss in the Tunnel
A studio scene in which a couple kiss inside a train carriage, bookended by footage shot from the front of a train as it enters and emerges from a tunnel, produced in 1899 by George Albert Smith.
As Seen Through a Telescope
A man using a telescope to spy on an affectionate couple is sent flying in this 1900 film by George Albert Smith.
Grandma’s Reading Glass
A boy examines the objects around him with a large magnifying glass as he sits with his grandma in this 1900 film by George Albert Smith.
Let Me Dream Again
A middle-aged man dreams of a younger companion in this 1900 film by George Albert Smith.
The House that Jack Built
A young girl's house is destroyed and magically rebuilt by her younger brother in this film by George Albert Smith produced in 1900.
Topsy Turvy Dance by Three Quaker Maidens
In this turn of the century comedy by George Albert Smith, three women in Quaker costume perform a dance that is revealed to be not quite what it seems.
A theatrical staging of Robinson Crusoe, produced by George Albert Smith in 1902.
The Sick Kitten
A young boy helps a girl heal a sick kitten in this film by George Albert Smith of 1903.
Mary Jane’s Mishap; or, Don’t Fool with the Paraffin
An accident-prone woman meets an explosive end in this 1903 production by George Albert Smith.
Two clowns tease each other, drinking and laughing, in this 1906 film by George Albert Smith.
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