Used to work at the cinema, but then got fired and worked at the film academy library. Georges comes and upon seeing the drawings inside of the box, becomes mentally ill and begins ripping them into pieces. Hugo decides to leave the station and stumbles upon the burnt museum and the automaton.
Hugo's father[ edit ] Hugo's father worked at a museum in Paris when he found the automaton. That was because Hugo decided to work for Georges and since his right hand's fingers were crushed.
Mama Jean comes over, and they explain the situation. When the museum burns and his father dies, and Hugo becomes apprentice to his uncle who maintains the clocks at a Paris train station, the memory of the automaton haunts him.
Please help improve it by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. The second was when he sent a letter to Claude, asking for an interview with him, but there was no response.
Etienne offers to help Hugo, and he accepts it. It was believed at the time of donation that it was made by a French inventor named Maelzel. Kids may want to see the films referred to in this story. Georges reveals all his secrets, saying that he was sent into depression after the war and after Isabelle's parents' death, mostly because his films burned down during the war, and so he burned down most of the remains of his films and worked in a toy booth.
Instead, when everyone is asleep, he steals the key to the toy booth and returns to the train station. So I figure if the entire world is a big machine, I have to be here for some reason.
Hugo and Isabelle go to the movies like Hugo promised, but they find out that Etienne was fired from working there since the boss found out that he has been sneaking children inside, so Isabelle unlocks the door using a bobby pin.
He was also the director who first began using special effects in movies. She, in her defense, said that she just thought it was pretty. Hugo reluctantly agrees since that meant delaying his working on the clocks. The book is symbolic, as Hugo must avoid the "righteous" law enforcement Inspector Gustave to live in the station and later to restore the automaton both to a functioning status and to its rightful owner.
Isabelle then asks Hugo who he was and where he lived, which Hugo decides not to tell, in risk that she would tell someone and he would be sent to the orphanage or be arrested. Like most characters in the book, he enjoys the movies. Consider seeking them out for further viewing.
He steals parts from a toy shop in the station. He is described to have dirty and tousled hair. In the end, it is revealed that Hugo made his own automaton that wrote and drew the entire book of The Invention of Hugo Cabret.
They run after him, but he escapes to his room to fetch the automaton. His most famous work, A Trip to the Moon, was the first sci-fi movie ever made. Is it more fun in some ways? He cares deeply about his friend and family, especially his father, who has died.Orphan, clock keeper, and thief, Hugo lives in the walls of a busy Paris train station, where his survival depends on secrets and anonymity.
But when his world suddenly interlocks with an eccentric, bookish girl and a bitter old man who runs a toy booth in the station, Hugo's undercover life, and his most precious secret, are put in jeopardy.
A cryptic drawing, a treasured notebook, a stolen.
Oh, Hugo. He’s the kind of scrappy, smart kid that adults are constantly chasing after while they stomp around all Elmer Fudd-like, calling him a “wascally wabbit.”He is a.
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For those unfamiliar, this is the story about a young boy named Hugo. He lives inside the walls of a train station in Paris in the 's/10(K).
Hugo secretly lives in the walls of a Paris train station. A drawing, a notebook, a key and a message from Hugo's dead father are peces in the puzzle.Download