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'The Barbershop' is an 1894 American short narrative film directed by William K.L. Dickson and William Heise. It was produced by the Edison Manufacturing Company at the Black Maria Studio, in West Orange, New Jersey. The Kinetoscope film has been described as Heise's most ambitious film production.
In a barbershop, a barber gives a man an incredibly fast shave as two other men sit on each side of the chair.
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