Autour d'une cabine
|Autour d'une cabine|
|Directed by||Émile Reynaud|
|Music by||Gaston Paulin|
Autour d'une cabine (Around A Cab), original full title Autour d'une cabine ou Mésaventures d'un copurchic aux bains de mer (Around a cabin or a copurchic Misadventures at the seaside), is an 1894 French short animated film directed by Émile Reynaud. It is an animated film made of 636 individually images hand painted in 1893. The film showed off Emile's invention, the Théâtre Optique. It was shown at the Musée Grévin from December 1894 until March 1900.
The film consists of a series of animations on a beach containing two beach huts and a diving board. Two characters play at diving into the water from the diving board and then appear on the beach. The woman begins to play with a small dog and is then joined by a gentleman. The two play around on the beach before getting changed into bathing costumes and going into the water. They bob up and down in the water before swimming out of the scene. Once the couple have gone a man sails out in a boat.
- l'association les Amis d'Émile Reynaud. "Autour d'une cabine ou Mésaventures d'un copurchic aux bains de mer - Émile Reynaud" (in French). Retrieved 2009-12-18.
Media related to Autour d'une cabine at Wikimedia Commons
- on YouTube, note this does not show the film in the sequence or frame rate as it was shown in the 1890s
- Autour d'une cabine on Internet Movie Database
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