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The Great Train Robbery → Edwin S. Porter, 1903

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    The Great Train Robbery (1903), 10 minutes long, and a milestone in film making. The final shot of a gun being fired...
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    Edwin S. Porter was the first to practice continuity editing. This is the process of selecting one-shot films and...
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    the first narrative film, bitchess
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