Baignade en mer

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Baignade en mer

LUM 1897-01


Sea Bathing

An excellent Coast Scene. A number of bathers are running and jumping off the end of a pier into the surf. Fine water effects.

MB 1897

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1 Lumière 11 (AS 668) Maguire & Baucus 1011
2 Louis Lumière  
3 < 23/09/1895 17 m
4 France, La Ciotat  

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23/09/1895 France,La Ciotat, Le Clos-des-Plages Antoine Lumière Baignades à La Ciotat
 
des baignades à La Ciotat, où baigneurs et baigneuses s’ébattent à qui mieux mieux, en faisant clapoter l’eau.
Le Petit Marseillais, Marseille, 24 septembre 1895, p. 2.
06/01/1896 France, Paris, Grand Café Cinématographe Lumière Les joyeux plongeons des baigneurs
29/02/1896 France, Marseille Cinématographe Lumière La Baignade en mer
 
De jeunes plongeurs se jettent dans la mer. Une grosse dame en sort, toute ruisselante d’eau. Elle s’accroche péniblement aux rochers de la grève.
Le Petit Marseillais, Marseille, 25 mars 1896, p. 3.
10/03/1896 FranceBordeaux Antoine Chavanon
Vincent Billard 
La Baignade en mer
27/03/1896 FranceParis, Eldorado Cinématographe Lumière  La Plage de la Ciotat
28/03/1896 France, Reims Cinématographe Lumière  Le Bain de mer
30/04/1896 FranceReims
Abel Bordéria Baignade en mer
09/05/1896 France, Aix-en-Provence Cinématographe Lumière La Plage et les Baigneurs
14/05/1896 France, Nancy Abel Bordéria La Baignade La Baignade en mer 
17/05/1896 FranceLille Étienne Thévenon Baignade en mer
17/05/1896 France, Chartres Alexandre Promio Le Bain de mer
28/05/1896 FranceGrenoble Cinématographe Lumière La Baignade en mer
07/06/1896 France, Clermont-Ferrand Joseph Camus De jeunes plongeurs se jettent dans la mer
29/06/1896 États-Unis, New York,
Keith's Union Square Theater
Cinématographe Lumière A Dip in the Sea
 
The first view was “A Dip in the Sea” and showed several little boys running along a plank on stilts, and diving into the waves, which dashed upon the shore in the most natural manner.
New York Dramatic Mirror, New York, 4 juillet 1896, p. 17.
05/07/1896 FranceNantes Richemond/Bernes  Baignade en mer
08/07/1896 France, Bourges, rue Moyenne Cinématographe Lumière La Baignade en mer
19/07/1896 FranceAngers  Félix Ranger/Vallin Baignade en mer
27/07/1896 États-UnisPhiladelphie,
Bijou Theatre
Cinématographe Lumière A Dip in the Sea
03/08/1896 FranceReims
Abel Bordéria La Baignade en mer 
07/08/1896 FranceLe Creusot Félix Mesguich La Baignade en mer 
09/08/1896 États-UnisBoston,
Keith's New Theatre
Cinématographe Lumière A Dip in the Sea
27/08/1896 Mexique, Mexico Gabriel Veyre Bañistas en el mar
19/09/1896 France, Montceau-les-Mines Félix Mesguich La Baignade en mer
20/09/1896 États-UnisPittsburg, Avenue Theater Cinématographe Lumière  A Morning Dip in the Surf 
27/09/1896 États-UnisNew York,
  317 Washington street
Cinématographe Lumière Bathing on French Coast
18/10/1896 FranceChalon-sur-Saône Félix Mesguich  Baignade en mer 
28/10/1896 France, Troyes cinématographe Lumière La Baignade en mer
28/10/1896 MexiqueGuadalajara Gabriel Veyre/
Fernand Bernard 
Bañadores en el mar
07/11/1896 France, Nîmes Cinématographe Lumière Baignade en mer
25/11/1896 FranceVienne Cinématographe Lumière La Baignade en mer
28/11/1896 États-UnisNew York,
Brooklyn Institute
Cinématographe Lumière Sea bathing
 
Among the most vivid of the views were those depicting sea bathing. The billows came in just as they do at Coney Island or Rockaway, except that they did not bring with them the usual Coney Island supply of dead pets and passe vegetables. The youngsters floundered round in the surf in a way that did one good. More startling, at least to the feminine portion of the audience, was the diving scene from the ancient baths at Milan. Sturdy young fellows ran out on the planks in quick succession, made an arrow of their hands and went headlong to the water below, sometimes turning two or three somersaults in the descent. A reminiscence of the vaudeville was afforded by the negro minstrel scene, which was accompanied by lively playing of the banjo. Two of the finest pictures were reserved for the last. A Norway waterfall and procession of villagers was one; the other and last was the famous gondola scene from Venice. Soft music was to have been played while the gondola glided along the canal; but the zeal of the cinematographe operator outran his discretion and the view was run off before the muse could be invoked.
The Daily Standard Union, New York, 28 novembre 1896, p. 3
07/11/1897 FranceClermont-Ferrand M. Amblard
cinématographe Lumière
Baignade en mer

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