THE INVENTOR AND THE TYCOON
The riveting true crime tale of the partnership between the murderer, Eadweard Muybridge, who invented the movies and the robber baron, Leland Stanford, who built railroads. This story of two unlikely men, who launched the age of visual media, puts on display the virtues and vices of the great American West. Photos.
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