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InventHelp® Asks:

• How did Thomas Edison pave the way for the modern film industry?
• What is the proper technique for videotaping an invention?
• What are some famous movie quotes about inventing?

Thomas Edison's Inventions Add Motion to Pictures

As inventors go, Thomas Edison's contributions are undeniable. But beyond his inventions of the light bulb and phonograph, his development of fully functional research and development laboratories in Menlo Park and West Orange, New Jersey resulted in some of his...

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Tips for Videotaping Your Invention

InventHelp presents "Tips for Videotaping Your Invention," a list of the steps inventors should follow when filming a prototype.

  1. Keep it brief
    You are not shooting a feature film. The finished video should be a minute or less. The shorter the...

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Famous Movie Quotes About Inventions

  1. In anticipation of the upcoming Academy Awards, InventHelp® presents this collection of memorable invention-related quotes from the Silver Screen.
  2. "It's alive! It's alive!" – Victor Frankenstein, Mary Shelly's Frankenstein.
  3. "Relax, Marty. I didn't disintegrate anything. The molecular structure of both Einstein and the...

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