Film: 11165

Entertainment + Leisure | 1900 | Silent | Colour


G.A. Smith a Hove pioneer of the Brighton School with his Kinemacolor featuring his wife Laura Bailey.
Early colour film of two clowns smoking at a table. Initially we see alternate frames in blue and red, but these are merged and we get pretty good colour.
Her costume is pink with blue baubles, his is blue, and they drink a red drink. He whispers in her ear. She laughs and is shocked. They drink. She paints his nose red. He looks in a mirror. She smears his cheek red and laughs.

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