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1883 In Film

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The decade of the 1880s in film involved some significant events.

Events

  • 1880 - American George Eastman begins to commercially manufacture dry plates for photography.
  • 1880 - Eadweard Muybridge holds a public demonstration of his Zoopraxiscope, a magic lantern provided with a rotating disc with artist's renderings of Muybridge's chronophotographic sequences. It was used as a demonstration device by Muybridge in his illustrated lecture (the original preserved in the Museum of Kingston upon Thames in England).

Births

This a list of actors and filmmakers who were born between years 1880 and 1884. See also:

1880:

  • January 6, 1880 – Tom Mix, American actor (died 1940)
  • January 29, 1880 – W. C. Fields, American actor (died 1946)
  • February 8, 1880 – Viktor Schwanneke, German actor (died 1931)
  • March 10, 1880 – Bronco Billy Anderson, American actor (died 1971)
  • April 13, 1880 – Charles Christie, Canadian-born American film studio owner (died 1955)
  • June 7, 1880 – Thorleif Lund, Norwegian actor (died 1956)
  • August 6, 1880 – Hans Moser, Austrian actor (died 1964)
  • October 23, 1880 – Una O'Connor, Irish actress (died 1959)
  • December 10, 1880 – Fred Immler, German actor (died 1965)

1881:

  • February 10, 1881 – Pauline Brunius, Swedish actress, director, screenwriter (died 1954)
  • March 4, 1881 – Maude Fealy American actress (died 1971)
  • November 24, 1881 – Al Christie, Canadian-born American director and producer (died 1951)
  • November 13, 1881 – Carl Schenstrøm, Danish actor (died 1942)
  • December 5, 1881 – René Cresté, French actor and director (died 1922)

1882:

  • January 17, 1882 – Noah Beery, American actor (died 1946)
  • February 15, 1882 – John Barrymore, American actor (died 1942)
  • August 6, 1882 – Ernst Eklund, Swedish actor (died 1971)
  • October 20, 1882 – Bela Lugosi, Hungarian-born American actor (died 1956)

1883:

  • January 10, 1883 – Francis X. Bushman, American actor (died 1966)
  • February 22, 1883 – Marguerite Clark, American actress (died 1940)
  • February 22, 1883 – Olga Svendsen, Danish actress (died 1942)
  • February 23, 1883 – Victor Fleming, American director (died 1949)
  • April 1, 1883 – Lon Chaney, Sr., American actor (died 1930)
  • May 1, 1883 – Tom Moore, Irish-born American actor (died 1955)
  • May 23, 1883 – Douglas Fairbanks, American actor (died 1939)
  • August 19, 1883 – Elsie Ferguson, American actress (died 1961)
  • October 5, 1883 – Ernst Pittschau, German actor (died 1951)
  • December 16, 1883 – Max Linder, French actor (died 1925)

1884:

  • January 13, 1884 – Sophie Tucker, American singer, actress and comedian (died 1966)
  • February 14, 1884 – Nils Olaf Chrisander, Swedish actor, film director (died 1947)
  • February 16, 1884 – Robert J. Flaherty, American filmmaker (died 1951)
  • April 6, 1884 – Walter Huston, Canadian-born American actor (died 1950)
  • April 30, 1884 – Olof Sandborg, Swedish actor (died 1965)
  • May 8, 1884 – Valdemar Psilander, Danish actor (died 1917)
  • May 10, 1884 – Olga Petrova, English-born American actress (died 1977)
  • August 7, 1884 – Billie Burke, American actress (died 1970)
  • August 11, 1884 – Hermann Wlach, Austrian actor (died 1962)
  • October 4, 1884 – Ida Wüst, German actress (died 1958)

See also

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