The Four Troublesome Heads 1898

The Four Troublesome Heads 1898

The Four Troublesome Heads 1898 (French: Un homme de têtes, “A Man of Heads”) is an 1898 French silent film directed by Georges Méliès. It was released by Méliès’s company Star Film. An illegal print of the film, copied without authorization from Méliès, was released in America in 1903 by Siegmund Lubin under the title Four Heads Are Better Than One. The film features one of the first known uses of multiple exposure of objects on a black background on film, a special effect Méliès went on to use prolifically. Thank you for watching

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