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An Over Incubated Baby

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Directed by  Walter R. Booth
Release date  1901 (1901)
Country  United Kingdom
Director  Walter R. Booth

Produced by  Robert W. Paul
Running time  1 minute 5 secs
Initial release  1901 (United Kingdom)
Producer  Robert W. Paul
An Over-Incubated Baby
Production company  Paul's Animatograph Works
Similar  Dog Factory, Dickson Greeting, Monkeyshines, The Haunted Curiosity, A Railway Collision

An over incubated baby 1901


An Over-Incubated Baby (AKA: The Wonderful Baby Incubator) is a 1901 British short silent comedy film, directed by Walter R. Booth, featuring a woman who gets an unpleasant surprise after placing her baby in Professor Bakem's baby incubator for 12 months growth in one hour. The film is, "one of the most original of the trick films made by W.R. Booth and R.W. Paul in 1901," and according to Michael Brooke of BFI Screenonline, "one of the less elaborate films made by Booth and Paul that year," "though the concept itself is so imaginative that it arguably didn't need any more than basic jump-cut transformations."

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