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Henri Langlois created The Cinémathèque Française — an archive dedicated to preserving and exhibiting movies from many countries and eras. Jack Robinson/Condé Nast via Getty Images hide caption

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'Savior Of Film,' Henri Langlois, Began Extensive Cinema Archive In His Bathtub

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