Le Chat botté

0739

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Le Chat botté

Féerie cinématographique en 7 tableaux tirée des contes de Perrault

  1. Le partage des biens. Mort du père.
  2. Le Chat console son maître.
  3. Le Chat botté à la chasse.
  4. Noyade simulée.
  5. Visite aux propriétés du marquis de Carabas.
  6. L’Ogre est mystifié par le Chat.
  7. Fiançailles. Apothéose.

PAT 1903-11


Puss in Boots

Cinematographic fairy scene, in 7 pictures, from Perrault's tales.

1st Picture.- Partaking the inheritance. The father's death.
2. Puss in Boots consoles her master.
3. Puss in Boots out hunting.
4. Pretended drowning.
5. Visit to the properties of the Marquis of Carabas.
6. Puss in Boot's artifice.
7. Betrothal. Apotheosis.

PAT 1903-11-b 


Puss in Boots

An old miller, feeling that his end is near, assembles his three sons to divide his property among them. He leaves his mill to the oldest, his land and property to the second, and when his youngest son enters he has nothing to give him any more but the old, purring cat. After this the old man dies. The youngest son, despaired for having been so badly served, mourns over his sad lot, when the cat, getting suddenly taller, caresses and comforts him, telling him that she is in a position to procure him a fortune and honors. She asks him to dress her, and begs him to give her a pair of boots, hat and a wallet. Having left her master, the cat goes in the forest, where a lot of young rabbits are frolicking. She suddenly appears in the midst of them, provided with a bag, and seizes one, which she puts in the bag and carries it away. The cat then runs to the King's palace, where she offers the rabbit to the King as a present of his master, Marquis of Carabas. She asks her master to go to the bank of the river, take his clothes off and throw himself in the river, pretending to be drowning, at the very moment when the King's coach is passing by, wherein the King with the Princess is taking a ride. The miller's son jumps into the water. The coach stops, the King alights, followed by the Princess, and orders the servants to help the young man. The Princess, seeing the charming young man, falls in love with him. The King invites him to get into the coach, and the three ride towards the palace. The cat, in the meantime, went to the corn fields, where country men and women are harvesting. She asks the reapers to tell the King when his coach passes by that all these fields are the property of the Marquis of Carabas. If they do not tell so they will be minced in pie meat. The king's coach appears; he asks whose fields these are. They belong to the Marquis of Carabas answer the countrymen. While the King is reviewing the Marquis of Carabas' estate, the cat goes to the Ogres's Castle, asking him if it is true that he can assume any form he likes. The Ogre, to show his cleverness, changes himself immediately into a roaring lion. The cat admires this, but says she does not believe that he can make himself into one of the smallest animals, and asks him to transform himself into a rat, which the Ogre does. The cat immediately catches the rat and eats her up. The cat then goes to the dining room, where the servants are preparing a great dinner for the Ogre and tells them that they are released and that the castle and everything in it belongs now to the Marquis of Carabas. Soon after this the King and Princess enter, followed by their court. The young miller's son, who has been informed by the cat of the situation, does the honor of his house to his royal guests.

LUB 1905-05


El gato con botas

Cuento cinematográfico en 7 cuadros sacado de los cuentos de Perrault

1º Cuadro: Partición de la herencia. Muerte del padre; 2º.-El gato consuela a su amo; 3º.-El gato con botas cazando; 4.º-Astucia del gato; 5º.-Visita a las propiedades del marqués de Carabas; 6º.-El ogro está engañado por el gato; 7º.-Esponsales.-Apoteosis.

PAT 1904-03


Puss in Boots

Fairy tale in seven scenes.

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1 Pathé 739   
2 Lucien Nonguet ; V. Lorant-Heilbronn ; Segundo de Chomón Gaston Bretteau 
3 ≤ 11/1903 180 m/582 ft
4 France  

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11/11/1903 France, Paris

Salon des abonnés du Figaro

Le Chat botté
 

[Les élèves de Stanislas] C'est l'hôtel du Figaro qui était le but de leur promenade d'aujourd'hui. Dans le Salon des abonnés, disposé pour les recevoir, une représentation avait été organisée à leur intention. Ce fut une grande surprise et une grande joie.
Le cinématographe Pathé leur prodigua ses merveilles et leur donna la primeur du Chat botté, féerie cinématographique et nouvelle.
C'est donc à une vraie première à laquelle assistèrent les enfants ravis. Et il faut leur rendre justice qu'ils se montrent le meilleur des publics. Les applaudissements et les rires sonnent encore à l'heure où nous écrivons ces lignes, et le plaisir de nos jeunes hôtes est pour nous le plus affectueux des remerciements.


Le Figaro, Paris, 12 novembre 1903, p. 1.

29/11/1903 Espagne, Barcelone Diorama  El gato y sus zapatos
El gato con botas 
12/12/1903 FranceAnnecy Cinématographe perfectionné  Le Chat botté 
28/02/1904 SuisseNeuchâtel Louis Praiss Le Chat botté
19/03/1904 SuisseMontreux Louis Praiss Le Chat botté
24/03/1904 FranceParis, Le Petit Journal

Cinématographe

Le Chat botté
27/03/1904 SuisseLausanne Louis Praiss Le Chat botté
07/04/1904 Mexique, San Luis Potosí Enrique Rosas El gato con botas
10/04/1904 SuisseFribourg
L. Praiss fils
Le Chat botté
08/07/1905 Cuba, La Havane

Frank Costa

El gato con botas
16/09/1905 Espagne, Badajoz, Teatro López de Ayala

Salón Luminoso 

Gato con botas 
20/09/1906 EspagneSalamanque 

Juan Minuesa

Gato con botas

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0739a

Le Chat botté, Photographie de plateau
© Fondation Jérôme-Seydoux-Pathé

0739b

Le Chat botté, Photographie de plateau
© Fondation Jérôme-Seydoux-Pathé

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