Treloar and Miss Marshall, prize winners at the Physical Culture Show in Madison Square Garden
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Film from the Paper Print Collection of the Library of Congress.
Opens with a woman posing on a pedestal, dressed in a white body leotard with a sash tied at her hips. Marshall continues with various feminine poses, reminiscent of classic Greek statuary, to accentuate her figure. Film cuts to Treloar posed on the bare stage without a pedestal. He wears brief leopard-skin trunks or short tunic, wrist bands, and Roman-looking laced sandals. His poses accentuate the muscular development of his upper body, particularly that of his arms, and include movements that make the muscles jump. Treloar finishes with a slight nod to the camera.
Filmed January 4, 1904, in the Edison New York City studio.
See also the entry for this film on the Library of Congress American Memory website
- Edison Manufacturing Co
- Publication date:
- 16 January 1904