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Refined by:Sites and Collection: The Life of A City: Early Films of New York, 1898 to 1906 Remove Subject: American Mutoscope and Biograph Company Remove Subject: Paper and Print Collection Remove Subject: Motion Pictures Remove
The earliest popular venues for motion pictures were nickelodeons -- peep show parlors where machines played short film loops, or films on flip cards called mutoscopes, for individual viewers on demand. By the turn of the century, films were being shown in store-front theaters and traveling carnivals. Significantly, movies also began to be projected in vaudeville and burlesque theaters, sharing the bill with a ...
- Date: 1898