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A Visit to the Seaside

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"A Visit to the Seaside" was the first successful motion picture in natural color, filmed with Kinemacolor. It is an 8 minute short film directed by George Albert Smith of Brighton, showing people doing everyday activities. It is ranked of high historical importance. Kinemacolor later influenced and replaced by Technicolor, which was used from 1916 to 1952.

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Google previewThe American Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Ophthalmology (1919)

by Casey Albert Wood

Four months later, after a visit to the seaside. there was great exacerbation of the symptoms, but the condition responded again to treatment, so that there was a temporary improvement until January, 1906. As there appeared no sign of the ...

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A Visit to the Seaside (UK 1908, p.c. Natural Color Kinematograph Company). Illustration from Catalogue of Kinemacolor Film Subjects: Animated Scenes in Their Actual Colors (1912). The colour of Kinemacolor could only be reproduced in projection, so the image, though copied from a film frame, is only an artist's impression of the colour effect.

Photo credit: Luke McKernan

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