Tigers, London Zoological Gardens

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Tigers, London Zoological Gardens
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Screenshot from the film
Directed by Alexandre Promio
Produced by Auguste and Louis Lumière
Release date
  • 1896 (1896)
CountryFrance
Language Silent

Tigers, London Zoological Gardens (French : Tigres, Jardin zoologique, Londres) is a 1896 French short black-and-white silent actuality film, produced by Auguste and Louis Lumière and directed by Alexandre Promio, featuring two tigers reaching through the bars of its enclosure at London Zoological Gardens to get at the meat offered on a stick by their keeper. The film was part of a series, including Lion and Pelicans , which were one of the earliest examples of animal life on film. [1]

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<i>Lion, London Zoological Gardens</i>

Lion, London Zoological Gardens is a 1896 French short black-and-white silent actuality film, produced by Auguste and Louis Lumière and directed by Alexandre Promio, featuring a male lion reaching through the bars of its enclosure at London Zoological Gardens to get at the meat thrown by its keeper. The film was part of a series, including Tigers and Pelicans, which were one of the earliest examples of animal life on film.

<i>Pelicans, London Zoological Gardens</i>

Pelicans, London Zoological Gardens is a 1896 French short black-and-white silent actuality film, produced by Auguste and Louis Lumière and directed by Alexandre Promio, featuring pelicans following their keeper around their enclosure at London Zoological Gardens. The film was part of a series, including Lion and Tigers, which were one of the earliest examples of animal life on film.

<i>Pelicans at the Zoo</i>

Pelicans at the Zoo is an 1898 British short black-and-white silent actuality film, produced by British Mutoscope & Biograph Company, featuring pelicans being released for feeding into their enclosure at London Zoological Gardens. The film was part of a series, with Elephants at the Zoo, which were one of the earliest examples of animal life on film.

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Kraków Zoo

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References

  1. "Pelicans, Lion, and Tigers at London Zoological Gardens". WildFilmHistory. Retrieved 2011-05-25.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)