Phono Cinéma Theater
|Col. sound||Brush Sound|
First distribution : 1900
Shooting : 1900
This film belongs to the PHONO CINEMA THEATRE programme that proposed during the Universal Exhibition of Paris in 1900, synchronized screenings of films and recorded voices of famous actors and singers.
Miss Emilie MILY-MEYER sings on a set this FLEUR DE L'ÂME (flower of soul) song.
The Phono Cinema Theatre originally proposed another song by Emilie MIY-MEYER (preserved at the Cinémathèque Française with original cylinder)and two duets with Désiré POUGAUD one of which is at the Cinémathèque Française but with no sound.
ART : Marguerite VRIGNAULT
INT : Emilie MILY-MEYER
OPE : Clément MAURICE GRATIOULET
PRO : Paul DECAUVILLE