The kinetoscope fairly took their breaths away.
"McTeague" by Frank Norris
It was to him, with his splendid power of vision, like gazing into a kinetoscope.
"Martin Eden" by Jack London
He sent for a kinetoscope and did so.
"The Voice of the City" by O. Henry
It takes this new invention, the kinetoscope, to bring us these panoramic drama-elements.
"The Art Of The Moving Picture" by Vachel Lindsay
It was really a perfect kinetoscopic instrument.
"The Photoplay" by Hugo Münsterberg
It was all a quick, pulsating scene, as one views something in a kinetoscope, and then it was lost as the waters rose between them.
"Dan Merrithew" by Lawrence Perry
Swiftly, with a click like that of the mechanism in a kinetoscope, the scene changed.
"The Quickening" by Francis Lynde
The houses on either side shot past like pictures in the kinetoscope.
"Maida's Little Shop" by Inez Haynes Irwin
They are often cheap and degrading, though the kinetoscope can be made valuable for education.
"Society" by Henry Kalloch Rowe
It is not a vision neither is there a mere kinetoscope procession.
"Conversion of a High Priest into a Christian Worker" by Meletios Golden
I peeped through a kinetoscope last winter at a prize fight.
"When Grandmamma Was New" by Marion Harland
The action raced like an overtimed kinetoscopic film.
"A Man to His Mate" by J. Allan Dunn
It is too bad the kinetoscope, cinematograph, or some other moving-picture machine had not been invented.
"Trail Tales" by James David Gillilan
The figures moved about, as in a kinetoscope.
"The Spell" by William Dana Orcutt
The next apparatus to be specially mentioned is Edison's Kinetoscope, which he first exhibited in England in 1894.
"The Romance of Modern Invention" by Archibald Williams
Kinetoscope, and Moving Pictures.
"The Progress of Invention in the Nineteenth Century." by Edward W. Byrn