Watch the short film The X-Ray Fiend.

Comedy by G.A. Smith combines two very recent innovations: Wilhelm Roentgen's discovery of X-rays in 1895, and Georges Méliès' accidental realisation of the special-effects potential of the jump-cut in 1896.

Duration
0 min 45 sec

Views
5,708

Posted On
December 02, 2010
Director
George Albert Smith

Writer
George Albert Smith

Studio
British Film Institute

Release
October 10, 1897
Cast
Tom Green
Mrs. George Albert Smith
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