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I've read in a number of places that that was a case pf printing the
legend.

Scott

> Date sent:      Sat, 6 Mar 2004 01:44:13 -0500
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> From:           gloria monti <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject:        a lumiere query
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>         Can anybody confirm the story of the 28 December 1895
> screenings, when viewers ran out of the auditorium upon seeing *The
> Arrival of the Train at the Station* because they couldn't
> distinguish between reality and representation?  I am asking because
> when MoMa recreated that evening 100 years later, with the same exact
> screening schedule, *The Arrival* wasn't among the films shown.
>         Thank you,
>
>         Gloria Monti
>
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