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Publisher's Summary

Annabelle (Whitford) Moore performs one of her popular dance routines. She uses her dance steps and her long, flowing skirts to create a variety of visual patterns.

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Our Review

The Anna Belle Serpentine Dance was the first piece of film to be shown in color, which had been hand-drawn onto the film itself. It was produced by Thomas Edison’s company. Today the colors are strangely beautiful and it’s another key piece of film history.

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One of the first films to use color, rotoscoped in frame by frame.

 

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