1901 in film
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|List of years in film (table)|
|... 1891 . 1892 . 1893 . 1894 . 1895 . 1896 . 1897 ...
1898 1899 1900 -1901- 1902 1903 1904
... 1905 . 1906 . 1907 . 1908 . 1909 . 1910 . 1911 ...
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|Years in film|
The year 1901 in film involved some significant events.
- Edwin S. Porter is put in charge of Thomas Edison's motion-picture production company.
- Thomas Edison closes "America's First Movie Studio", the Black Maria.
Films released in 1901
- The Big Swallow, directed by James Williamson
- A Busy Corner at Armour's
- A Chinese Market
- A Close Call
- The Countryman and the Cinematograph, directed by Robert W. Paul
- Dream And Reality, directed by Ferdinand Zecca
- Fire!, directed by James Williamson
- A History Of Crime, directed by Ferdinand Zecca
- The Man with the Rubber Head, directed by Georges Melies
- Manchester Street Scene, produced by Mitchell and Kenyon
- Peeping Tom, directed by Ferdinand Zecca
- President McKinley Inauguration Footage (Taking the Oath)
- Ride on the Tramcar through Belfast, produced by Mitchell and Kenyon
- Scrooge, or, Marley's Ghost, directed by Walter R. Booth
- Star Theatre, directed by Frederick S. Armitage
- Stop Thief!, directed by James Williamson
- Trapeze Disrobing Act, directed by Edwin S. Porter
- What Happened on Twenty-Third Street, directed by Edwin S. Porter
|Month||Day||Name||Profession||Year of death|
|10||Stella Adler||Actress, teacher||1992|
|22||Ken G. Hall||Director||1994|
|25||Zeppo Marx||Actor, comedian||1979|
|21||Sam Jaffe||Director, writer, agent||2000|
|3||Vittorio De Sica||Director||1974|
|28||Rudy Vallée||Actor, singer||1986|
|August||4||Louis Armstrong||Musician, actor||1971|
|28||Ed Sullivan||Television host, comedian||1974|
|7||Troy Sanders||Music department||1959|