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a5c7b9f00b Among the earliest existing films in American cinema - notable as an early film to present a narrative story to tell - it depicts a group of cowboy outlaws who hold up a train and rob the passengers. They are then pursued by a Sheriff's posse. Several scenes have color included - all hand tinted.
Four gunmen plan to rob a train, not only of its cargo, such as money, but the valuables on the possession of the passengers. They are not averse to shooting to kill anyone who is out of line, which includes anyone not listening to their instructions. To pull off their plan, they have to subdue the manager of the station where they plan to board the train, board without anyone noticing that they are doing so, subdue anyone guarding the cargo, and take over the engine so that they stop the train to corral the passengers in one area while they are being robbed, and then make their getaway. Even if they are able to get to this stage, they may have to deal with those who now know what they've done, a posse which very well may be on its way.
Even with a runtime of barely 12 minutes, director Edwin S. Porter&#39;s &quot;The Great Train Robbery&quot; stands as a milestone of the history of cinema and the film that set the basis for the narrative elements that would be developed further by D. W. Griffith and other future filmmakers. Along with the work by french director Georges Méliès (whom Porter owes more than a few tricks), Porter&#39;s film continues cinema&#39;s evolution from mere plays captured on film towards a full-fledged form of art in its own way.<br/><br/>The film is the story of a gang of four criminals (Broncho Billy, Justus D. Barnes, John Manus Dougherty and Frank Hanaway) and their attempt to rob a train. After they succeed on their crime a little girl (Mary Snow) discovers them and notifies the Sheriff (A.C. Abadie), who decides to capture the criminals. Of course, the plot is probably a very simple story by today&#39;s standards, but it was something never seen before on its time, and it marked the birth of the Western film genre.<br/><br/>The plot is told in a normal linear way, however, with this film Porter crafted the first important narrative film in the U.S. and gave the American industry the impulse needed to grow up. After learning many of his tricks from Méliès&#39; films, Porter combines everything he learned and develops many editing techniques that would help in the evolution of cinema as a narrative art. While many of the scenes are still shot in a way similar to plays, it introduces shots where the camera plays an important role, being more than just a way to capture the action and becoming an active factor in the creation of the scene itself.<br/><br/>While it&#39;s technical advances are on enormous importance, &quot;The Great Train Robbery&quot; also introduced one of the very first movie stars in history: Broncho Bill. Probably this film is not the best way to appreciate his talent, but it was just the beginning of the Western as a genre and of Broncho Bill&#39;s career as film&#39;s most successful cowboy. Probably Justs D. Barnes was not as lucky as Bill, but the final shot in &quot;The Great Train Robbery&quot; is nowadays an iconic image of silent films and the best remembered scene of the short film.<br/><br/>While D. W. Griffith is considered the first proper filmmaker, it&#39;s very interesting and awe-inspiring to watch the films that led to cinema as

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