Creator

Creator

Jennings, H. G.

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Identifier

P-11-01_Patent_2,051,526_sheet_1

Creation Date

8-18-1936

Subject—Names

Jennings, Henry Gordon

Subject—Topics

Patents; Motion pictures; Inventors; Special effects

Date Range

1934-1936

Description

Patent #2,051,526, original printing, U. S. Patent Office, Patented Aug. 18, 1936. Means for Producing Special Effects in Motion Picture Photography. Henry Gordon Jennings, Paul K. Lerpée, and Arthur Zaugg, Los Angeles, Calif., assignors to Paramount Productions, Inc. Los Angeles, Calif., a corporation of Delaware. Application August 13, 1934, Serial No. 739, 544. 20 claims. (Cl. 88-16) “This invention relates generally to production of special effects in motion picture photography, and to special projection printers adapted to the purpose of producing various trick and special effects in motion picture photography.” Noted on document by Carl Louis Gregory—“Effect printer with interposed screen; see also 1,897,673 W. H. O’Brien.” 10 pages of text and 8 sheets of diagrams. Diagram sheet 1 scanned.

Format

BW printed document; 11.5” x 7.75”

Source

Jonathan Silent Film Collection

Number

P-11-01

Publisher

United States Patent Office

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