33 GIRONDE. BORDEAUX. Action de F100. red, buff. #10000. No 9840. The Pathé film empire was founded in Paris in 1896 by Charles Pathé, and his brothers Emile, Jacques and Théophile. Charles Pathé started by exploiting Edison's phonograph at a fairground at Vincennes. He soon turned to the new cinema business, and madeand distributed films. By 1907 Pathé was well established, with several factories in France, and studios in England, Italy, Spain, Germany, Russia and U.S.A. The family then turned to providing comfortable cinemas for the customers to watch the films. Photo vignettes of Bordeaux (2), Montpellier, Toulouse and Pau. Border of cine film, light-bulbs, etc. Not to be confused with the similar looking shares from 1907 from the Cinéma National Monopole.
Date: 20 March 1920
Startprice: € 100