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Also by Emil Cohl is one of the most technically accomplished early stop-action films. Reminiscent of the magical inventiveness of George Melies and the Lumiere brothers, the film is less than five minutes long. It shows a horseless, motor less moving wagon taking in the contents of a furnished house. These contents are well trained as they are able to load and unload themselves. As if ghostly hands were guiding them.