Paris-Monte Carlo Flight ( French: Le Raid Paris-Monte Carlo en deux heures , 1905 ) is a short French feature film by Georges Méliès .
|Flight Paris - Monte Carlo|
|In the main|
|Harry Fraqson, Félix Galipaux, Jane Ivon, Harry Relf, Fernanda Albany.|
|Film company||Star Film Company|
|Duration||10 - 11 minutes|
The Belgian king Leopold was famous on Parisian boulevards in that he had a connection with the Parisian dancer Cleo de Merod , and even countless car accidents  .
The car is driven by an actor playing the Belgian King Leopold II . He buys a new car and crushes a police sergeant, flattening it like a sheet of paper. Then he inflates it with a pump and goes to the Place de la Opera, where he is greeted by the Foley-Berger troupe. Then the king’s car climbs the Alps (mock), cuts into pieces the customs officer, arrives on the Cote d'Azur and crushes the seller of oranges, a train, a table and drives into Monte Carlo .
- Méliès ’s film, The Paris-New York Motor Rally, largely repeats the Paris-Monte Carlo Flight.
- J. Sadul . The general history of cinema. Volume 1. - M.: "Art", 1958.
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