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He sold toys from a booth in a Paris railway station, which provides the setting of the story.Selznick drew Méliès's real door in the book, as well as real columns and other details from the Montparnasse railway station in Paris.Los comentarios fuera de tema, los promocionales, o aquellos que resulten ofensivos para los usuarios de la web serán eliminados.
The book's primary inspiration is the true story of turn-of-the-century French pioneer filmmaker Georges Méliès, his surviving films, and his collection of mechanical, wind-up figures called Automata.
Hugo decides to leave the station and stumbles upon the burnt museum and the automaton.
Hugo takes the automaton to the station to fix in hopes that it will write a message from his father.
Isabelle brings him to the bookshop, where they meet Etienne, a friend of Isabelle.
He offers to sneak both of them into the movie theatre, since the shopkeeper and his wife, whom Isabelle refers to as Papa Georges and Mama Jean, for so far unknown reasons don't allow Isabelle to watch the cinema.
Hugo agrees, despite delaying his other duties even further.