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Step right up! Step right up! Ladies and Gentlemen.

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Come to fly, come to dream!

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Step right up! Step right up! No pushing please.

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If you haven't got any money, that's okay.

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A bunch of radishes, a lettuce leaf,
or a leg of chicken will do.

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Come and discover the animated scenes
by the king of spectacular special effects.

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The one and only Georges Melies,
Mr. Georges Melies

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The creator of the cinema extravaganza.

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Travel to the moon
with the Jules Verne of the cinema.

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Come inside, and see 15 films
by the magician Melies.

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Step right up, Ladies and Gentlemen, please.
Children are of course welcome too.

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Soldiers and children's nannies
pay half price.

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Welcome to the boulevard of cinema
in this palace of illusion and magic,

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the Grevin Museum.

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Good evening

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Good evening

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It's a pleasure to be here with you this evening
in this magical place.

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It's the theatre of the Grevin Museum.

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Just imagine, over a hundred years ago in 1890,
my grandfather Georges Melies

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would do conjouring tricks here,

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because before being a great filmmaker
and a pioneer,

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he was a great illusionist
and a great magician.

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He ran the Robert-Houdin Theatre nearby
for many years.

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But tonight you're here to see
some of Melies' films,

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films which were shot
between 1898 and 1909.

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So I ask you to make a great
leap backwards in time

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You are here in the Grevin Museum
in the 1900s,

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and you're here for a
cinematography presentation.

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There were always three people
present in the cinema

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since they were silent movies,
but they were never quiet.

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First, there was the barker,
that's me,

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who told the stories
and who announced the titles of the films.

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There was a second person,
the projectionist, who turned the crank,

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and counted, because the films were shown
at eighteen frames per second.

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And there was a third person,
very important, who was the pianist.

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The pianist with us tonight
is the composer and improviser Eric Le Guen.

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And we're going to start
the first part of our screening

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with a film which Me
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