Las Mejores Películas De 1900
Aquí recopilamos las mejores películas de 1900 en orden de popularidad
Uncle Josh's Nightmare
Poor Uncle Josh is trying to get to sleep, but being constantly bedevilled by a fellow in red long underwear with horns. A short early trick editing film using a stationary camera much more valuable f...
مظفرالدین شاه در جشن عید گل
esta película es un documental sobre el viaje de Muzaffar al-Din Shah Qajar a Bélgica. En el diario de viaje de Muzaffar al-Din Shah, hay un informe que de hecho es el mismo que el texto de esta pelíc...
Cyrano de Bergerac
Considered the first motion picture to employ both color and sound, the only film record ever made of the original star of Rostand's famous play performing a scene from his most famous role. It is acc...
Let Me Dream Again
Possibly the first film to utilize the technique of focus pulling. A man kisses a beautiful and lively woman, then the image blurs and dissolves into a clear image of the man waking up to his nagging ...
A Railway Collision
The scene is a railroad track on the side of a steep mountain, with a tunnel in the background, toward which a train is running at a high rate of speed. At this instant the audience is appalled at the...
How It Feels to Be Run Over
As the camera looks down an open road, a horse and carriage approaches, and passes by to one side of the field of view. Soon afterwards, an automobile comes up the road, straight towards the camera. A...
The One-Man Band
A band-leader has arranged seven chairs for the members of his band. When he sits down in the first chair, a cymbal player appears in the same chair, then rises and sits in the next chair. As the cymb...
20,000 Employees Entering Lord Armstrong's Elswick Works, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
This film is part of the Mitchell and Kenyon collection - an amazing visual record of everyday life in Britain at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Battle of Spion Kop: Ambulance Corps Crossing the Tugela River
Ambulances and British troops crossing the Tugela River over the pontoon bridge near Trichardt's Drift, during the British retreat from Spion Kop in the Boer War, 25 January 1900.
Why Mrs. Jones Got a Divorce
This scene opens by showing a pretty cook mixing bread in the kitchen. Jones comes in unexpectedly from a trip and carries a dress suitcase. He inquires for his wife and is told by the cook that she i...
A Nymph of the Waves
A woman in ballet slippers wearing a large white hat and a long white dress - with ruffles, puffy sleeves and petticoats - dances across water with roiling waves behind her. She holds the edges of the...
With a crowded arena in the background, a stationary camera records a bull charging a picador astride his horse. An attendant on foot throws stones at the rump of the horse to get it to move. Various ...
Attack on a China Mission
The titles tell us this film is based on an incident in the Boxer Rebellion. A man tries to defend a woman and a large house against Chinese attackers. They attack with swords, guns, and paddles. He's...
Grandma's Reading Glass
Un niño toma prestada la lupa de su abuela para mirar un anuncio de periódico de Bovril, un reloj y luego un pájaro. El niño le muestra a la abuela lo que está haciendo.. El niño mira a continuación a...
George Mélies made a version of this a few years later, often titled Une Indigestion, but Guy-Blaché’s earlier film Chirurgie Fin de Siecle (1900) is more widely available. And it’s not one to watch t...