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Setting Up and then Dropping an Egg on a Fan in Slow Motion

Watch the process as Doc sets up a strobe to capture in slow motion the dropping of an egg on a moving fan. This is an excerpt from the Oscar-award-winning film short "Quicker 'n a Wink" (1940), directed by George Sidney and produced by MGM. [T1302]

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Doc Edgerton films

Doc Edgerton films

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