James H. White

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James Henry White (March, 1872 - 1944) was a Canadian film pioneer, who worked as a director, producer, and cinematographer. He also appeared as an actor in several films. He was employed by the Edison Manufacturing Company, and directed over 500 short films, both fictional and documentary.[1][2]

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  1. ^ https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0924920/
  2. ^ Georges Sadoul, Histoire générale du cinéma. Tome 2. Les pionniers du cinéma (Denoël, 1947), p. 441.