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Georges Méliès (The Prolific Egg)

Georges Méliès (The Prolific Egg)

Georges Méliès was the first cinemagician for his early use of special effects in cinema.

In 1902, he appeared in one of his own films, l'oeuf du sorcier (The Prolific Egg). The groundbreaking exploration of scale, multiplication, and transitions truly sealed his reputation as a "cinemagician".

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