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Frederick S. Armitage
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Total Titles at Criticker: 10 - You've Seen 0

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Titles You Haven't Rated (10)
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Down the Hudson (1903)
Technically terrific little film where the directors take a trip down the Hudson but use a higher frame rate to make the film seem almost like 3-D (IMDB Comments)
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Seeing New York by Yacht (1903)
Seeing New York by Yacht
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Birth of the Pearl (1901)
In this picture there is a limited amount of action in the pose. As the curtains are drawn aside the shell appears shut. It gradually opens, disclosing the model curled up in a recumbent position. She slowly arises as if awakening, and gracefully assumes the final position of the pose. (imdb)
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Demolishing and Building Up the Star Theatre (1901)
This film shows the demolition of the historic Star Theatre building (formerly Wallack's) at the corner of Broadway and 13th Street, New York. To secure this unique picture a Biograph camera was kept constantly at work by specially devised electric apparatus for weeks, during which time exposures were made every four minutes, 8 hours a day. Before the contractors began their work of tearing down and after the last vestige of the building had been removed, 15 seconds of exposure at normal speed were made. (imdb)
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Around the Flip-Flap Railroad (1900)
A splendid picture of the remarkable centrifuge railroad at Coney Island in which the car makes a complete circle in its course around the track, commonly known as "Loop the Loop." (imdb)
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Neptune
A combination of the picture entitled "The Ballet of the Ghosts," and a surf scene; the resulting effect being that the ghostly figures rise up out of the surf and come to the shore, cast their draperies aside and dance a few steps of the ballet, after which they again take up their draperies, and having covered themselves, retreat into the waves. (imdb)
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A Nymph of the Waves (1900)
A woman in ballet slippers wearing a large white hat and a long white dress - with ruffles, puffy sleeves and petticoats - dances across water with roiling waves behind her. She holds the edges of the skirt with her hands, lifting and twirling, sometimes exposing her bloomers and a dark garter on one leg... (imdb)
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Davey Jones
A short, avant-garde dance performance
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Governor Roosevelt and Staff (1899)
Taken during the land parade in honor of Admiral Dewey, just before the turn into 72nd street... (imdb)
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The Dandy Fifth (1899)
Taken during the land parade in honor of Admiral Dewey, just before the turn into 72nd street, with Grant's Tomb and decorated residences in the background. (imdb)
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