Kinetoscope



[ki-nee-tuh-skohp, -net-uh-, kahy-] /kɪˈni təˌskoʊp, -ˈnɛt ə-, kaɪ-/

noun
1.
an early motion-picture device, invented by Edison, in which the film passed behind a peephole for viewing by a single viewer.

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