RT Video/DVD DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 57182599 LA English T1 Edison the invention of the movies A1 Higgins, Steven., Musser, Charles., Loughney, Patrick., Wallace, Michele., Bowser, Eileen., Heise, William., Dickson, W. K.-L., Blechynden, Frederick., White, James H., Paley, William Daly,, Porter, Edwin S., Fleming, George S., Blackton, James Stuart,, Smith, Albert E., Crahan, Thomas., Bonine, R., Smith, James Blair., Abadie, Alfred C., White, Arthur., Cloward, N. Dushane., McCutcheon, Wallace., Dawley, J. Searle., Miller, Ashley,, Apfel, Oscar,, Williams, C. Jay, King, Carlton,, Seay, Charles M., Brabin, Charles J.,, Shaw, Harold M.,, Louis, Willard,, Crosland, Alan,, Schmidt, Michael., Carli, Philip., Mirsalis, Jon C., Model, Ben., Sosin, Donald., Wilson, Clark., Israel, Paul., Koszarski, Richard., Wood, Bret., Kino International Corporation., Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.), Library of Congress., Thomas A. Edison, Inc., PB Kino on Video PP New York, NY YR 2005 AB Commercial motion pictures were invented at the Edison Laboratory between 1888 and 1893. Perhaps none of the component parts were strictly new, but the ability of Edison and his staff to reorganize them for a specific purpose was an extraordinary cultural achievement. In 1894, Edison was the sole producer of motion pictures in the world. Many Edison films continue to be impressive as the company employed such accomplished early directors as John Collins and Alan Crosland.