Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auguste_and_Louis_Lumière Comment: Poster advertising the Cinématographe Lumière. The film being shown is L’Arroseur Arrosé (1895). The poster dates from 1896, when the Cinématographe became known to the general public. The Cinématographe was the invention of the French brothers Auguste … Continue reading
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Source: Advertisment, Brixton Free Press, 1914 [no day or month given], reproduced at http://www.urban75.org/brixton/history/posters4.html Comment: This image comes from advertisement for the Brixton Scala cinema, London, in the Brixton Free Press, 1914. The cinema opened in 1911. The widespread ‘continuous … Continue reading
Source: Postcard, c.1909 Comment: Advertisement for the New Egyptian Hall and its Cinematograph Tea Rooms, from 1909. The New Egyptian Hall replaced an earlier Egyptian Hall in Piccadilly London, with a 123-seat cinema upstairs and tea room downstairs.