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Clair de Lune Espagnol

English Title: The Man in the Moon



  • Theatrical Short
  • Traditional Animation
  • Gaumont Studios
  • Directed By Etienne Arnaud.
  • Animated By Émil Cohl.
  • Originally Released in Mar of 1909 (Estimate).
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 4 minutes.
  • Black & White
  • France  France

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Broken-hearted Pedro leaves a boisterous cafe after a jealous quarrel with his sweetheart and is picked up by a flying machine that takes him to the moon. Pedro...  (more)

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English Titles: "The Man in the Moon (U.S.A.)," "Moon-struck Matador (United Kingdom)," "Spanish Clair de Lune."

Combination animation and live action; silent film. This is the first use of matte photography to combine live action and animation. Pedro is played by a live actor, while animation changes the...  (more)

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