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'Annie Oakley' is an 1894 black-and-white silent film from Edison Studios, produced by William K. L. Dickson with William Heise as cinematographer.
Edison had wanted to see if his kinetoscope could capture the flight of a bullet, so he employed Oakley for the film.
Filmed on a single reel, using standard 35 mm gauge, it has a 21-second runtime. Shot on November 1, 1894, in Edison's Black Maria studio, the film is most notable for being Annie Oakley's first appearance on film. The film shows her using a rifle to shoot at several stationary objects and thrown disks. The man assisting her is likely her husband, Frank E. Butler. Both were veterans of 'Buffalo Bill's Wild West' show.
* List of Western films before 1920
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