Roundhay Garden Scene 1888, the first known celluloid film recorded

Roundhay Garden Scene 1888, the world's first film

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Roundhay Garden Scene 1888, the first known celluloid film recorded.

A screenshot of Roundhay Garden Scene by the French Louis Le Prince.

This was the first known celluloid film recorded.

The world's first film, shot on 14 October 1888 at Oakwood Grange in Roundhay, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.

The home of Joseph and Sarah Whitley, the in-laws of Louis Le Prince.

Sarah (shown second from right) was LePrince's mother-in-law, she died the day after this scene was shot.

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Cliché Online at en.wikipedia

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Public domain

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