The Red Spectre (1907, dir. Segundo de Chomón, Ferdinand Zecca)
In the film, a demonic magician performs a series of magic tricks, including trapping miniaturized people in bottles (the scene above is online here).
The film was shot in black-and-white, and colors were later applied using stencils, a mechanical process that replaced the more labor intensive hand-tinting. 
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The Red Spectre (1907, dir. Segundo de Chomón, Ferdinand Zecca)

In the film, a demonic magician performs a series of magic tricks, including trapping miniaturized people in bottles (the scene above is online here).

The film was shot in black-and-white, and colors were later applied using stencils, a mechanical process that replaced the more labor intensive hand-tinting

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