During the first decade of film, anyone who wanted to see a movie had to live in or visit a large city, preferably New York. And they then ... An early admirer of Melies, he ^ helped Edison develop many of the special effects the inventor- magician was then producing in France. For all Portera#39;s ... Porter added a new effect at the very end of the film, tinting three frames red to simulate a gunshot. It turned out toanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Saga of Special Effects|
|Author||:||Ron Fry, Pamela Fourzon|
|Publisher||:||Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall - 1977|