La Folie du Docteur Tube

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La Folie du docteur Tube
Directed by Abel Gance
Produced by Louis Nalpas
Written by Abel Gance
Starring Albert Dieudonné
Cinematography Léonce-Henri Burel
Release date
  • 1915 (1915)
Running time
10 minutes
Country France
Language Silent
French intertitles

La Folie du docteur Tube is a 1915 short silent experimental film directed by Abel Gance, in which a scientist takes a white powder, and then hallucinates. Gance shows the man's hallucinations by using a series of distorting lenses on the camera.[1] A print of the film survives.[2]

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  1. ^ Shepard, Richard F. "New York Times: La Folie du Docteur Tube". NY Times. Retrieved 2008-07-20. 
  2. ^ "Silent Era: La Folie du Docteur Tube". silentera. Retrieved 2008-07-20. 

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