Human Punching Bag, 1920s
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Human Punching Bag, 1920s
Man Imitates the Sound of a Hawaiian Guitar, 1930s
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The Calendar: How To Use It (1982)
Footage File - Shirley Chisholm Becomes the First African-American Woman Elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, 1968. hashtag#stockfootage
FBI Defensive Tactics Training, 1950s
Happy Bastille Day!!!
The Temptations Performing My Girl in Studio (1960s)
Sidney Poitier Confronts the Press (1960s)
Baseball Umpire Prepares For Game, 1940s
Women's Bras, 1950s
How To Clean a Bathroom, 1970s
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Love Meter (1928)
Vampire's wedding night (1960s)
Scopitone - Nancy Sinatra, "These Boots Were Made For Walking"
Mae West Performing in Las Vegas, 1950s
A short documentary or explanation of the banking industry and the importance of young people putting their savings in banks.
History of the Lincoln Tunnel (1940s)
Mad scientist turns woman into his slave, 1970s
Beatniks of Greenwich Village (1966)
Jane Fonda Screen Test (1960s)
A henpecked husband turns on his bullying wife.
Denmark in the 1930s
Aubervilliers is a French short film directed by Éli Lotar in 1945. The commentary and songs written by Jacques Prévert are marked by a strong political commitment.
This film was commissioned from the authors in the immediate post-war period by the communist municipality of Aubervilliers, to show the state of decay in which the city was located as a result of the policy led by the previous municipal team directed By the Petainist Pierre Laval.
The film, which is rarely shown in theaters, appears in the DVD My brother Jacques, by Pierre Prévert.
Aubervilliers est un court métrage français réalisé par Éli Lotar en 1945. Le commentaire et les chansons, écrits par Jacques Prévert, sont marqués par un puissant engagement politique.
Ce film avait été commandé aux auteurs, dans l'immédiate après-guerre, par la municipalité communiste d'Aubervilliers, pour montrer l'état de délabrement dans lequel se trouvait la ville à la suite de la politique menée par la précédente équipe municipale dirigée par le pétainiste Pierre Laval.
Le film, rarement diffusé en salle, figure dans le DVD Mon frère Jacques, par Pierre Prévert.
Saint Aygulf Holiday Village (1950s)
The British Government's campaign to encourage better hygiene in the wake of swine flu has yet to produce anything as entertaining as Richard Massingham's film, which would lead to the famous mantra: "Coughs and Sneezes Spread Diseases". This is one of Massingham's most famous public information films (in which he often starred), which educated and entertained audiences throughout the 40s and 50s.
Moody Institute of Science, Sense Perception (1960)
Design For Today (1965)
Designed in Britain (1959)
Dwight Eisenhower Discusses Leadership in 1965
Calendar: How To Use It (1982)
Nico and Andy Warhol
Wings To Yugoslavia (1964)
Charlton Heston Visits Paramount Studios' Gun Arsenal 1968
This 1970 documentary is a compilation of silent black and white film footage shot by nine Japanese cameramen in Hiroshima and Nagasaki shortly after the U.S. Air Force dropped the first atomic bombs in early August 1945. Download or get more information at: https://archive.org/details/hiroshimanagasakiaugust1945
Silent movie buffs search the screen for clues to origins of 'Mostly Lost' films
Beneath glimmering chandeliers at an Art Deco movie house built into the side of a mountain, 150 silent-movie buffs sat wide-eyed as snippets from films lost decades ago lighted up the screen.
Royal Restoration: Yale Saves King of Swing’s Lost Home Movies
Benny Goodman’s personal films—including never-before-seen footage—have been restored.
Sergio Leone's spaghetti western sets: The Good, the Not Bad and the Slightly Ugly
Abandoned in the 1970s, the former sets for Sergio Leone's spaghetti westerns are now trying, with varying degrees of success, to reel in the tourists in southern Spain.
Stash in the attic: the hunt for lost films
Xan Brooks: News that two of Peter Sellers' early comedies have been found in a skip reminds us of the thrill of cinematic rediscovery
World's earliest home movies go on display
The Edwardian footage shows a simple snapshot of a family day out at the seaside. It was preserved on film by Alfred Passmore who captured the footage during a trip to Bognor Regis.
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