Accordion Player (1888)

Accordion Player is one of the oldest surviving films in existence and one of the first moving pictures ever made using film and a camera. This sequence was filmed by Louis Le Prince in 1888 using paper base photographic film and his single-lens combi camera-projector.

Alternative titles: A tangóharmonikás | Аккордеонист

Notes: Believed to be one of the world’s oldest surviving films.

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