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Professor Hall's Cinema Museum


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Professor Hall's Cinema Museum is a private museum housing a 40-year collection devoted to preserving the history of cinema technology and Arizona film history.

- A Chronology of Edison Motion Picture Machines

- 19th Century Showmen in Arizona

- Original 1903 Scene Descriptions of "The Great Train Robbery"

- Tom Horn and two Genuine Western Film Companies

- Major 1999 Exhibit at the AHS Marley Museum in Tempe "Magic in the Dark - Movies in Arizona"

- Projection Equipment and How it is Worked


Hours: Open by appointment only.
Phone: 928-777-9134
Our Email: profh@silentmovies.com
Our Website:www.silentmovies.com

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