Media    From 1894 

Lumière Cinématographe

Categories: Cinema

Countries: France

The Lumière Cinématographe was a machine for projecting moving pictures, invented in France by Antoine Lumière and his sons, Louis and Auguste.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Lumière Cinématographe

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Regent Street - first cinema in Britain

The Lumières' friend, Felicien Trewey, a French music hall entertainer alread...

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Albert Finney

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1 memorial
Dame Joan Plowright, CBE

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1 memorial
Eric Sykes

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1 memorial
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Comic Heritage

Merged with the Heritage Foundation.

Group, Cinema, History, Humour, Theatre, TV & Radio

29 memorials
Cunard / Broadwest Film Studio

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The Cunard Film Company Limited moved into a purpose-built studio, close to the Precision Film Studio. It had a capacious glass-roofed daylight stage with extra lighting from 30 Westminster arc lam...

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1 memorial