ALICE GUY was 22 in March 1895 when she took a job in Paris as a secretary to Léon Gaumont, an executive of the Comptoir Général de Photographie, specializing in photographic equipment. A few months later Gaumont bought the company, renamed it after himself, and began developing a product called the Chronophotographe.
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