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"[[The Big Swallow]]" ([[1901]]) aka A Photographic Contortion, produced and directed by [[James Williamson]]. "[[The Big Swallow]]" ([[1901]]) aka A Photographic Contortion, produced and directed by [[James Williamson]].
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 +The sales catalog of this film describes the film as "A man reading finds a photographer with his head under a cloth, about to take his picture. He orders him off, approaching nearer and nearer until his head fills the picture, and finally his mouth only occupies the screen. He opens it, and first the camera, then the operator disappear inside. He retires munching him up and expressing great satisfaction."
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Extreme close-up from the movie "The Big Swallow" (1901), produced and directed by James Williamson (1855-1933)
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Extreme close-up from the movie "The Big Swallow" (1901), produced and directed by James Williamson (1855-1933)

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"The Big Swallow" (1901) aka A Photographic Contortion, produced and directed by James Williamson.

The sales catalog of this film describes the film as "A man reading finds a photographer with his head under a cloth, about to take his picture. He orders him off, approaching nearer and nearer until his head fills the picture, and finally his mouth only occupies the screen. He opens it, and first the camera, then the operator disappear inside. He retires munching him up and expressing great satisfaction."



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