Dramatization of Alexander Graham Bell's first telephone call.
United States USA Date:1926 Duration:5 min 35 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A man opening pages of a Photo album, with a cover reading 'When Telephone Was Young'. Shows pictures of Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone; the place where telephone was invented and Thomas A. Watson, who made the first telephone. Then, in a reenactment, by actors, Watson enters a room and gives a prototype model of the telephone to Bell. Bell examines and connects other parts of telephone. Watson goes to a short distance in room. Bell speaks first words over telephone 'Mr. Watson, Come here; I want you!'. Watson hears the words on receiver. Then Bell goes to another room with the phone receiver and Watson speaks over phone. Both in room hug each other.
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