Le Clown et ses chiens
|Le Clown et ses chiens|
Sketch for Le Clown et ses chiens
|Directed by||Émile Reynaud|
|Music by||Gaston Paulin|
|10 minutes (approx)|
Le Clown et ses chiens (aka The Clown and His Dogs) is an 1892 French short animated film hand-painted in colour by Émile Reynaud. It consists of 300 individually painted images and lasts about 10 minutes. It was the second film that Reynaud made for his Théâtre Optique, after Un bon bock (created in 1888).
Reynaud gave the whole presentation himself manipulating the images, accompanied by Gaston Paulin on the piano.
- http://www.emilereynaud.fr/index.php/post/Le-Theatre-optique[permanent dead link]
- Myrent, Glenn (1989). Emile Reynaud: First Motion Picture Cartoonist. JSTOR 3814977.
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