Description:10 31 20 00 Previous history of the cinema. Man opens limps and shows the kinetographe, 1-st camera invented by Edison and Dickson in 1889. Allows to take photograms, to film and also to throw them. Close-up kinetographe on the march, looks like mechanism of a clock. Close-up various cogs, mechanical details of the kinetographe. Close-up embellishes with images, photogram of time, drilled on a single side. Extracted from film, a child juggles, sends. Seen on camp where was thrown Edison's films, considered as first cinema which served also in recording, studio. Seen on model with detachable window to allow entrance of the light. Edison to register also the sound. Drawing, operator, cameraman films comedians on black bottom. Extracted from the first sound film of the history, a violinist plays whereas dancers turn together, enjoyment. The sound was lost since.