What was the first movie sequel ever made?
The first sequel ever made was "Fall of a Nation" (1916), a follow-up to D.W. Griffith's "Birth of a Nation" (1915). The first sequel containing a number was "The Godfather: Part II" (1974).
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The Horse in Motion. It was filmed in 1878
First movie sequel . "Fall of a Nation" was released in 1916, the follup to the Ku Klux Klan inspired movie "Birth of a Nation".
The Story of the Kelly Gang. The first feature film ever made was The Story of the Kelly Gang, an Australian film based on the infamous Ned Kelly .
"The horse in motion" which was filmed in 1878
I had heard on the news that there was a movie that was made in 1924 set in China. This movie had supposedly been re-mastered.
The first sequel ever made was 1916's "Fall of a Nation," a follow-up to D.W. Griffith's successful 1915 feature "Birth of a Nation"
there is no movie sequel to it. but there is a manga sequel it is called RETURN TO THE LABYRINTH. there are very little sites that have it though.
well i think the first movie is The Horse in Motion. It was filmed in 1878 i hoped i helped you
Though there are a number of contenders for making the 1stever Movie which includes legends like Thomas AlvaEdison who had created the Kinetoscope in1895 and the Lumier…e Bros who in 1895 hasbeen credited of making the 1st movie camera and film. In realitythe 1st to make a film was by a photographic pioneer named EadweardMuybridge who in 1878 made "TheHorse in Motion" which was a series of Stereographic images of a galloping horse. * A Brief similar video can be seen on You Tube under theheading "First Movie Ever Made"
story of kelly gang
treasure island (1832)
Perhaps that is why the movie ends with Little Bear telling Omri not to give him a wife afterall.
The horse in motion(1878)
What was the first movie sequel to win a Academy Award for best picture also the first movie to win a Academy Award for best picture and also one of the best movies ever made?
The Godfather Part II
There are just too many movies out there to mention. A good way to possibly find out would be to look at a movie's success. Often enough, financially successful movies generat…e sequels. It has little to do with ratings nowadays, and if a movie gets really good reviews but loses money, there won't likely be any sequels. Hopefully this information helps you find what you're looking for.