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Georges Méliès - a director to always remember as one of the most impressive dreamers...=)

Georges Méliès was a French illusionist and filmmaker famous for leading many technical and narrative developments in the earliest days of cinema.

Georges Melies - The man himself starring in one of his silent films.

Ben Kingsley as Georges Méliès in 'Hugo', designed by Dante Ferretti (directed by Martin Scorsese)

Georges Melies Trick Films (1899) TYPE IN GEORGES MELIES AND IT WILL TAKE YOU TO A PAGE WITH LINKS TO HIS FILMS !!!!

Georges Melies Trick Films (1899) TYPE IN GEORGES MELIES AND IT WILL TAKE YOU TO A PAGE WITH LINKS TO HIS FILMS !!!!

Trippy film clips from 1902 by Georges Méliès entitled "A Trip to the Moon"

The Films of Cinematic Pioneer Georges Méliès, as Seen in Hugo

Georges Méliès' A Trip to the Moon hand-coloured original clips (much later set to music by French group AIR)

Georges Méliès designed and constructed the most amazing film sets. All were destroyed in a fire as well as hundreds of his movies.

El ilusionismo a la Méliès

Under the Seas (French: Deux Cents Milles sous les mers ou le Cauchemar du pêcheur) is a silent film made in 1907 by the French director Georges Méliès. The film, a parody of the novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne

Cinderella (1899) - Georges Melies | This oldest known film adaptation of Charles Perrault's 1697 fairy tale, Cendrillon, is also the first movie to utilize a dissolve transition between scenes. Méliès accomplished this by closing the lens aperture, rewinding the film, and then re-opening the aperture.

This oldest known film adaptation of Charles Perrault's 1697 fairy tale, Cendrillon, is also the first movie to utilize a dissolve transition between scenes.

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