Sallie Gardner at a Gallop was one of the earliest silent films — a production experiment by the photographer Eadward Muybridge on June 15, 1878 that led to the development of motion pictures. The motion picture consists of 24 photographs in a fast-motion series that were shown on a zoopraxiscope.
|Title||Sallie Gardner at a Gallop|
|Production Companies||Palo Alto Stock Farm|
|Production Countries||United States of America|