Model Frances Richards smokes a pack of cigarettes all on one cigarette holder.
January 01, 1955 Licence
In a scene from Mack Sennett's latest all star comedy 'Skylarking', Harry Gibbon explains the workings of his new invention the Self Raising Air Car.
January 01, 1916 Licence
A man invents a cannon to spray artificial smog at a manor on December 27, 2016 in Xiangyang, Hubei Province of China. The cannon transformed from an iron barrel sprays artificial smog to make people aware of the hazard of smog and...More
December 27, 2016 Licence
Two golfers use a golf robot trainer to help with their golf swing.
January 01, 1925 Licence
A wind up spaghetti fork in operation. Devised by amateur American inventor Russell E Oakes, the fork winds spaghetti strands making them easy to eat.
French TV celebrity Jacques Angelvin shows the new inflatable push-up bra for the first time in France. Angelvin was later arrested for drug trafficking.
November 11, 1952 Licence
English comedian Eric Sykes (1923 - 2012, left) reviving the 'mass shaving machine', a nineteenth century invention, which can shave a dozen men at the same time, on an untransmitted pilot show for a proposed television series called...More
October 28, 1960 Licence
American amateur inventor Russel E Oakes demonstrates his doughnut dunker which prevents doughnuts dripping and wetting diner's fingers.
Kid inventor Gary Lechinsky with host Jimmy Fallon during Fallonventions on April 11, 2016 --
April 11, 2016 Licence
Sophia Pienkos, a gardener at Kew Gardens, London, wearing a space-age suit to protect her when using toxic spray and to keep her cool in the 80 degree heat.
February 17, 1970 Licence
The 'Robomo' lawnmowing device, 27 June 1966. The Robomo: invented by a young Cambridge married man which in conjunction with a powered lawnmower automatically mows a lawn unaided.
June 02, 2006 Licence
A man eating peas with a novel invention, a mechanical pea-eating device.
January 01, 1948 Licence
A woman whose head is attached to a machine which resembles a large hairdryer, but is in fact a Lavery Electric Automatic Phrenometer, for measuring brain activity.
August 01, 1907 Licence