Rien n'est impossible à l'homme

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Rien n'est impossible à l'homme title screen.

Short Movie (1910)

Mostly animated; no credit.

Nothing impossible to the Human : its ability to travel in every element gives him access to unprecedented sight and knowledge. First of them, the ability to fly and see the world from above.

Henri Farman 'de course'

Sesquiplane formula and probably a course number on vertical stabilizer but shot are not of great help due to short footage and poor framing.

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