Description:10 24 00 00 Previous history of the cinema. 1829. Belgian scientist Joseph Plateau invents an optical system with disc, close-up on disc which turns with feminine face. Later, on 1832, he invents the phenakistiscope disc of box drilled by cracks sort of range, which allows to see the successive phases of a cyclic movement. A woman takes range and looks in mirror, she makes turn the disc, the wheel on range, images liven up, impression of movement. Simon Stampfer invents then the Stroboscope. Big small chap who livens up, he pumps, draws some water from a fountain. Invention of the zootrope by William George Horner, man sat to his office draws. Draftsman draws on paper roll, blindfold with several drawings, he places then the band on circle. He makes turn the circle, system of rotation and looks through the crack of the circle, optical effects of movement. Close-up on crack, small chap dances.