Pauvre Pierrot (Poor Peter) (1892) Theatrical Cartoon

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Pauvre Pierrot

Pauvre Pierrot

English Title: Poor Peter

Pauvre Pierrot (Poor Peter) (1892) Theatrical Cartoon Pauvre Pierrot

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  • Theatrical ShortShort
  • Traditional Animation
  • Charles-Émile Reynaud
  • Directed By Charles-Émile Reynaud.
  • Produced By Charles-Émile Reynaud.
  • Animated By Charles-Émile Reynaud.
  • Music: Gaston Paulin.
  • Originally Released in Oct 28, 1892 (Estimate).
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 15 minutes.
  • Color
  • France  France

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English Title:

"Poor Peter."

Animated loop of glass plates, individually painted by Reynaud himself, were mounted in leather bands and shown on a praxinoscope (an invention of Charles-Émile Reynaud). Similar to a zoetrope, except instead of viewing an animation through the slits...  (more)

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Pauvre Pierrot </a> The Praxinoscope in action.

Pauvre Pierrot The Praxinoscope in action.

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