JAMES SIBLEY JR. WATSON

Born in New York (United States), 1894
Decease on 1982 in New York


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Born in New York, Watson was a Rochester, NY philanthropist, publisher, and early experimenter in motion pictures.

By the mid-1920s, he became fascinated with motion pictures and produced a striking series of films in different genres, including the experimental,The Fall of the House of Usher (1927), the ethnographic Nass River Indians (1927), and the industrial, The Eyes of Science ( 1931).

Between 1947-1955, he experimented with x-ray cinematography