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This disc slide is made by Ernst Plank and measures 3.25 inches (8.5 cm) in diameter. The fairy tale of 'Rothkäpchen' was also available on a disc of 4.33 inches (11 cm) in diameter and also fitted with a protecting cover glass and/or a metal rim around the glass. Those larger samples were provided with eight pictures pro disc. That makes clear why some pictures seem to be missing on this disc.
 

 
Another disc slide made by another manufacturer.  In the centre it is signed "J.S." for "Jean Schoenner" and "Made in Germany".  It is titled "RED CAPE - ROTHKAPPCHEN - BONNET ROUGE" from "SERIE NO. I". A metal frame protects the glass.
 
Set of 6 magic lantern slides published by Casper Warren Briggs, one of an American family of lanternists, slide painters and manufacturers. C.W. Briggs Co. was the leading American lantern slide producer until the 1930s. Slides were made from stock negatives and coloured by hand. These set is designed by the artist Herman Tholey.
 


Johann Falk, Neurenberg, Germany, c. 1900.


 


 


 

Two black and white slides from two different series of Little Red Riding Hood. The first one is Dutch. It's titled 'Roodkapje'. Trade mark WEDEA.

Little Red Cap.
A set of six magic lantern slides made by the English manufacturer Theobald & Co.
This set has a happy ending: Little Red Riding Hood dealing the contents of her basket with her granny.
 


Two long slides from a set of 'New Fairy Tales', comprising two slides each with four pictures from several fairy tales, made by G.B.N (Gebrüder Bing Neuremberg). The set was made in several formats from 11 cm - 28 cm wide; the larger with a protecting cover glass.
Note that the same images from the series above are used here, expanded with two additional images, nrs 4 and 6.

 


The well know fairy tale told on three beautiful oblong glass slides.
 


 

Set of nine hand-painted glass magic lantern slides mounted in a wooden frame. They tell the well-known story and finally show Little Red Riding Hood attacked by the wolf, and the hunter about to stab the vicious wolf who is laying on top of the little girl. Slides measure 7" x 4" (18 x 10 cm). Maker unknown.


 

 
Little Red Riding Hood

A beautiful set of hand tinted glass magic lantern slides. Size: c. 8.2 x 8.2 cm, the manufacturer is unknown. The slides have a label on the edge with the title of the slide.

1. Title -- Little Red Riding Hood 2. This Hood was so neat and became her so well that as folk went to market their butter to sell 3. 'You may visit, my dear, Grandmamma, if you will, for I'm sorry to hear she has been very ill'
4. As she went through the wood, a Wolf followed behind, who to eat the poor child had a very great mind 5. Said Red Riding Hood, pointing with finger so white, 'In the pretty red cottage, the first on the right' 6. While the little girl slowly continued her way, now gathering flowers, now smelling the hay
7. The Wolf soon arrived at the red cottage door, where he listened and heard the poor Grandmother snore 8. The moment he entered (so history says), the Wolf jumped on the bed, having fasted three days 9. Soon little Red Riding Hood came with 'tap, tap'; very soft -- not to startle her out of her nap
10. 'Come, lie down and rest you, before we both sup,' said the Wolf; and the clothes he drew over his head 11. Surprised at her Grandmother's terrible looks, sharp teeth, staring eyes, and with fingers like hooks 12. When Hugh just arrived on the terrible scene, where a sad catastrophe might have been

Another bed scene with Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf. Glass magic lantern slide about 8 x 10 cm, published by the 'Bureau of Visual Instruction, Extension Division, University of Oregon, Eugene'.

"Grandmother!  Your voice sounds so odd. Is something the matter?" she asked.

"Oh, I just have touch of a cold," squeaked the wolf adding a cough at the end to prove the point.

"But Grandmother!  What big ears you have," said Little Red Riding Hood as she edged closer to the bed.

"The better to hear you with, my dear," replied the wolf.

"But Grandmother! What big eyes you have," said Little Red Riding Hood.

"The better to see you with, my dear," replied the wolf.

"But Grandmother!  What big teeth you have," said Little Red Riding Hood her voice quivering slightly.

"The better to eat you with, my dear," roared the wolf and he leapt out of the bed and began to chase the little girl.


The Big Bad Wolf and Little Red Riding Hood.

Ensign Ltd. presented a Walt Disney version of Little Red Riding Hood, casting the Big Bad Wolf and the Three Little Pigs in important rolls.

16 coloured lantern pictures from the original Silly Symphony film.

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