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September 25, 2008

Auguste D.

El Apóstol (The Apostle) is a 1917 Argentine animated cartoon, and also the world's first animated feature film. It was written and directed by Quirino Cristiani, and consisted of a total of 58,000 frames played over the course of 70 minutes. The film is believed to have been well-received by audiences at the time. Despite this, no known copies of the film have survived

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Auguste D., the first person diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease (1901)

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