Museo del Cine Pablo Ducros Hicken, Buenos Aires

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  • We went to the Museum soon after lunch at the El Obrero (highly recommended). He focuses on the history of Argentine cinema, with several clothes and period pieces. Is a modest Museum, but it's worth a visit if you are in the region.
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  • It's a small museum, which is located a mile from the plant of art (you can visit the two). It is small, with photographs of films, costumes, scripts, scenes, of the national cinema. It's very exciting to come and meet with so many Titans of the tables. A short visit, which is worthwhile for those who are lovers of the cinema.
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  • The Museum showcases give an overview of Argentine cinema, its creators and players throughout history. Posters, pictures, objects, models, costumes, sketches, cameras, etc. of important productions of our cinematography are exhibited. It is a pity that the space devoted to interesting sample is not large. The Museum, in addition to having a large specialized library, organizes excellent film cycles, all the weekends free.
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  • This museum was formed thanks to the private collection donated by Pablo Ducrós Hicken. It consists of equipment Lumière, Gaumont, projectors, moviolas, models, props and costumes for the big stars and a variety of relics and objects that made the history of the national cinema. It has 35 mm, Super 8, 9 ½ and 8 mm films and presents awards in our film in the history of its evolution from 1896 to the present day. It has a film library with more than 600 titles of sound films, and a historical archive of the news programme "Sucesos argentinos", among many others of great value. It also has an important library that holds an important flow of information about films, directors, actors and all the workers of the national cinema, as well as also old publications, books, posters, documents, scripts and photos that reconstruct the history of our films over time.
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  • Interesting museum about the film. There are very bright posters of films of era as also showcases with costumes and elements of productions. Postcards of classic films are sold and there is always something that is being projected in the room which possess. The micro which runs through the city with their important points goes through here. The entrance is not expensive.
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  • Very good!
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  • Very nice, cheap ticket, worth visiting.
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  • Who gives the tour is a genius and always ready to provide information to those who need. The Museum is small it is not as large but possesses the relics of our history of the cinema.
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