Carmaux, défournage du coke

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Carmaux, défournage du coke
Produced by Lumière
Distributed by Lumière
Release dates
Country France
Language Silent film
French intertitles

Carmaux, défournage du coke (translated as Drawing Out the coke) is a film made in 1896 by Lumière. The location was Carmaux, France near the Tarn River in southern France. It is a one-minute sequence of men lifting a large coal block out of a smelter. One man is spraying water to cool the block while others use rakes to spread it out. Others can be seen pushing coal carts along a track.

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