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Benny Hill Obit on ET
This segment of Entertainment Tonight from April 21, 1992, covers the death of British comedian Benny Hill, aged 65, the day before. Ample clips from his TV show are shown, as well as clips of his last public appearance, as a judge at a Hawaiian beauty pageant, the year before.
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20/20 on SDI "Star Wars" Deaths (1989)
This segment of 20/20, entitled "Grave Secrets" and reported by Stone Phillips in London, aired on ABC on May 5, 1989. Its subject is a series of mysterious deaths in the 1980s of scientists in England and other European countries who were engaged in top-secret military and defense projects, some connected to America's Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI), aka "Star Wars." The deaths were designated as accidents and suicides, although many of them seem quite bizarre. Phillips interviews a British investigative reporter named Tony Collins; an opposition member of Parliament named Douglas Hoyle who offers a lone voice calling for an official probe; and various widows of the scientists, some of whom suspect foul play and some of whom cite other causes. It was quite an under-reported story back in the 1980s, so this news report was something of a surprise. As far as I know, the mystery of this pattern of deaths has never been solved or officially investigated.
Views: 7657 20C History Project
The Big Apple: A Short History of New York City
This is a fast-paced 23-minute documentary history of New York City, narrated at rapid speed by renowned New York newscaster Bill Beutel and produced by the Museum of the City of New York. It uses archival illustrations and paintings to cover the first two centuries, photographs to cover the second half of the 19th century and film footage for the 20th century. It starts out with Henry Hudson’s landing in 1609 and concludes with the construction of Lincoln Center and the World Trade Center in the 1960s and 1970s and ethnic street festivals in the 1990s. It’s got a remarkable array of imagery. Produced in 1992.
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Charles Crenshaw on JFK: 20/20 Interview
On April 3, 1992, not long after the release of Oliver Stone's movie "JFK," the ABC news program 20/20 did a segment on the assassination, focusing on revelations found in a then-new book by Dr. Charles Crenshaw, one of the physicians at Parkland Hospital in Dallas who attended the mortally wounded President Kennedy after he was shot on November 22, 1963. In an interview conducted by Tom Jarriel, Crenshaw states his belief that President Kennedy was shot from the front, an assertion that contradicts the findings of the Warren Commission, which insisted that Kennedy was shot only from behind. Another attending physician, Dr. Charles Baxter, is also interviewed and he's not as conclusive as Crenshaw, although he concedes the shot could have come from the front. Dr. Crenshaw was also at the hospital when accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was brought in on Sun. November 24, 1963, after being shot by Jack Ruby. Crenshaw asserts that he took a call from President Lyndon B. Johnson, asking that the operating surgeon get a deathbed confession from Oswald. Needless to say, no confession ever came. I'm uploading this on the 50th Anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Views: 35225 20C History Project
The Magic City: Manhattan in color in 1943
This is a short film by Don Kelly consisting of footage he shot (on 35mm color film) in the streets of Manhattan in 1943. We see lower Manhattan, Fifth Avenue, Central Park, and Times Square at both night and day, as well as footage he shot on the Third Avenue El when it was still running in Manhattan. (It wasn't torn down until 1955.) We see double decker buses and trolley cars. Some of the scenery looks the same today (Fifth Avenue and Central Park). Some of it looks very different. The people, of course, look very different today. It's quite a magical glimpse 70 years back, thanks to the time machine of motion picture film. I recorded this from the program, Classic Arts Showcase.
Views: 71949 20C History Project
Four Star Playhouse: A Place Full of Strangers (Dick Powell)
“A Place Full of Strangers” aired on Four Star Playhouse 60 years ago, on December 8, 1955. It stars Dick Powell and Dina Merrill (making her TV acting debut), with support from Morris Ankrum, Frieda Inescort and Howard McNear. It’s an allegorical tale about the successful class of middle-aged men who’d weathered the Depression and World War II who now had to deal with the pressures of high-powered corporate life in 1950s America. Powell plays a harried businessman who flees his office one day and takes a bus to “the end of the line” where he finds a “Twilight Zone”-style limbo awaiting him. As such it definitely looks forward to such “Twilight Zone” episodes as “Walking Distance” and “A Stop at Willoughby,” although its ultimate message is a lot more reassuring than the bleak morals Rod Serling gave us.
Views: 11176 20C History Project
WABC report on Unabomber capture (4/3/96)
This is a report from WABC’s Eyewitness News (New York) on April 3, 1996 on the taking of Theodore Kaczynski into custody in Lincoln, Montana as a suspect in the Unabomber case, a series of bombings of targeted individuals that lasted from 1978 to 1995. The report includes a short history of the case. Jay DeDapper reports. Followed by a brief item on the “Freemen” standoff, also in Montana.
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Animated Classics of Japanese Literature: Grave of the Wild Chrysanthemum
Part of a 1986 Japanese TV series called “Animated Classics of Japanese Literature,” this beautifully animated tale of thwarted young love was based on Sachio Ito’s novel, “Nogiku no Haka” (1906). “The Grave of the Wild Chrysanthemum” combines the difficulty of young love with that of growing up poor in a Japanese farm town in the 19th century. A pair of teenaged cousins, Masao and Tamiko, is inseparable during the time the boy is home from school. Gossip in the town separates the two just as they’re beginning to realize the great love between them. While the boy is away at school, the girl’s family takes a drastic step… In Japanese with English subs.
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Four Star Playhouse: A Place of His Own (Charles Boyer)
“A Place of His Own” aired on Four Star Playhouse on October 8, 1953. Charles Boyer stars as “the Commander,” a war veteran with who was wounded in the head who lives with his brothers and sister-in-law. He dreams of having a little house with a garden, a place of his own. When his younger brother shoots a man dead, the sister-in-law implores the Commander to take the rap so as not to endanger the younger brother’s impending marriage into a wealthy family. There is a twist ending that recalls the stories of O. Henry. The supporting cast includes Jeanette Nolan, Nestor Paiva, Stacy Harris and Ellen Corby. There is a commercial for Singer Sewing Machines at the beginning and a teaser for the next episode with Ida Lupino at the end.
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Biography: Eleanor Roosevelt
This 1963 episode of David L. Wolper's Biography covers the life and career of Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962), from childhood to her funeral, all laid out in a concise 26 minutes consisting entirely of newsreel footage and archival photos. We see film footage of her uncle, President Theodore Roosevelt, as well as footage of her husband, the 32nd president, Franklin D. Roosevelt, a distant cousin of hers. She led a full life after his death in 1944, including being the driving force behind the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the program closes with footage of her 1962 funeral followed by shots of then-President John F. Kennedy signing legislation forming the Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation. Directed by Alan Landsburg. Hosted and Narrated by Mike Wallace. Complete episode taped off broadcast TV with two commercial breaks, both for Time-Life Books.
Views: 39131 20C History Project
Animated Classics of Japanese Literature: The Tale of Shunkin
Part of a 1986 Japanese TV series called “Animated Classics of Japanese Literature,” this half-hour segment is adapted from a story by Junichiro Tanizaki (author of “The Makioka Sisters”). Set in the Meiji era, it deals with a blind girl who plays the koto and the shamisen and her relationship with the boy who acts as her manservant, leading her wherever she goes and fulfilling her every need. Her sharp temper undergoes a change when she recognizes his passion for the music she plays and she begins teaching him to play the same instruments. A horrific encounter with a lecherous neighbor with designs on her leads to near-tragedy for them both. This is a most beautifully designed and animated episode, with lots of music performed on these traditional stringed instruments.
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ET on Humphrey Bogart
On the occasion of the 50th Anniversary re-release of CASABLANCA, Entertainment Tonight aired this concise four-minute profile of the film’s star, Humphrey Bogart. Interviewees include biographer Joe Hyams and agent Irving “Swifty” Lazar, as well as Bogart’s last wife, Lauren Bacall, seen in a 1989 interview clip. This segment aired on April 21, 1992.
Views: 1572 20C History Project
David Hackworth on My Lai Massacre
Half-hour discussion about the My Lai massacre in Vietnam, in which American troops shot and killed hundreds of unarmed civilians in two hamlets in South Vietnam in 1968. This aired on the History Channel on March 16, 1998, the 30th anniversary of the massacre, and its participants were Colonel David Hackworth (Ret.), the author of “About Face”; Prof. Randy Roberts, the co-author of “My Lai”; and the host, Steve Gillon, a historian. This discussion followed the airing of an episode of “Vietnam: The Ten Thousand Day War.”
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Animated Classics of Japanese Literature: The Priest of Mt. Kouya
Part of a 1986 Japanese TV series called “Animated Classics of Japanese Literature,” this half-hour segment is adapted from a story by Kyoka Izumi. This is one of the few stories in the series to have supernatural overtones. A traveling Buddhist monk takes a treacherous mountain route despite warnings and must contend with snakes, leeches and, finally, a mysterious beautiful woman who puts him up for the night in her farmhouse, where he soon learns the fate of previous travelers who’ve stopped there. Has echoes of a famous Greek myth.
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Animated Classics of Japanese Literature: The Martyr
Part of a 1986 Japanese TV series called “Animated Classics of Japanese Literature,” this half-hour segment is adapted from a story written in 1918 by Ryunosuke Akutagawa (1892-1927), best-known as the author of “Rashomon.” This tale of early Christianity in 16th century Japan deals with Lorenzo, an adolescent orphan accepted into the Church of Santa Lucia in Nagasaki and whose piety impresses everyone until a local girl accuses Lorenzo of impregnating her. Cast out by the church, Lorenzo wanders alone until a catastrophe strikes the village and a selfless act brings out the truth. It’s a sad, tragic tale and a rare look at the practice of Christianity in Japan before it was suppressed in the 17th century. In Japanese with English subs.
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Video Music Box: Rap Debate with Ice-T and Calvin Butts
“Video Music Box Special: Censorship? Rap Under Attack” is a debate on rap music and censorship that was hosted by Ralph McDaniels and broadcast live from WNYC-TV in New York on June 30, 1993. The participants are: Reverend Calvin Butts, pastor of the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem; Cynthia Horner, editor of Right On! Magazine; Coral Aubert, Youth Educator; and rap artist Ice-T. Reverend Butts had recently garnered headlines by leading a protest against explicit lyrics in rap recordings and earned the wrath of “hardcore” rappers like Ice-T. (Search for “Harlem Protest of Rap Lyrics Draws Debate and Steamroller” in The New York Times, June 6, 1993.) Indeed, there are quite a few contentious exchanges between the pastor and the rapper in the course of this compelling discussion. Ice-T is quite hostile at times toward Reverend Butts, who maintains a firm but gentle demeanor throughout. There are occasional viewer phone calls. This upload contains the discussion only and omits the opening rap video montage to avoid a music copyright dispute. There are occasional video tracking problems, but the audio remains unaffected.
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New York in the 1920s (1961 documentary)
This is a complete episode of the program, "The Twentieth Century," and is entitled "New York in the Twenties," hosted and narrated by Walter Cronkite. It's filled with abundant film footage of the era, including shots of lots of famous names. There are three interviewees: Alfred A. Knopf, publisher; Marc Connelly, playwright; and Stanley Walker, longtime editor of the Herald Tribune. Seen in archival footage: Sinclair Lewis, Willa Cather, H.L. Mencken, Heywood Hale Broun, George Jean Nathan and many others. We get sound footage of Fannie Brice singing, "I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling" and Helen Morgan singing "My Bill." George Gershwin is seen and heard rehearsing a musical number, "Strike Up the Band," with comic team Clark and McCullough. And legendary club owner Texas Guinan ("Hello, suckers!") is seen and heard entertaining the crowd. No mention of the Harlem Renaissance, though. This documentary was made 52 years ago and it covers events that happened between 20 and 30 years before then.
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Gabriel Churchkitten (1944 cartoon)
"Gabriel Churchkitten" (1944) was made by Paramount/Famous Studios and is that rare studio cartoon to have been based on a children's book of the same title. (The author of the book was Margot Austin.) The cartoon is about the efforts of a churchmouse, Peter (voiced by Mae Questel), and a churchkitten, Gabriel (voiced by Cecil Roy), to get Parson Peaseporridge to wake up and feed them their cheese and milk, respectively. The Parson does regularly get up, but only in the act of sleepwalking. And while doing so, he does get their cheese and milk but, in his sleep, he only feeds himself. They eventually enlist the aid of a neighboring puppy named Trumpet to help them achieve their goal. It's funny today to see the feed bowls side by side reading: "Peter"..."Gabriel." Directed by Seymour Kneitel.
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Ultraman: Pigmon montage of cute monsters
This segment from the compilation feature, "Ultraman Zoffy: Ultra Warriors vs. the Giant Monster Army" (1984), spotlights Pigmon, a cute, friendly-to-humans monster featured in two episodes of “Ultraman,” He is seen here in a color clip from Ultraman #37: “The Little Hero” (1967). He then narrates a montage of four other “cute” monsters seen in black-and-white clips taken from Ultraman’s predecessor, “Ultra Q,” and from these episodes in particular: #8: Terror of the Sweet Honey [the giant mole]; #10: The Underground Super Express Goes West [the ape-like monster on the train]; #15 “Kanegon’s Cocoon” [the friendly coin-eating monster who strolls through Tokyo]; and #16: “Garamon Strikes Back” [Garamon, the Pigmon precursor, rampaging through Tokyo]. The Pigmon precursor was clearly a threat in its Ultra Q appearance, but the childlike narration provided by the monster over this whole segment softens its antics quite a bit. (That narration was composed and recorded for this compilation.) Ultraman only appears in the intro. In Japanese with no subs.
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Camille Paglia on C-Span 1998
In 49 minutes, Camille Paglia covers a lot of ground in this interview from C-Span’s Washington Journal, which aired live on June 4, 1998. She opposes affirmative action and bilingual education and explains why. An avowed lesbian feminist, she hammers both the “feminist establishment” and the “gay activist establishment.” She discusses Bill and Hillary Clinton and the “Rubensian” Monica Lewinsky. She recounts her Italian Catholic upbringing in upstate New York’s “snow belt” and celebrates the strong women in her family. She talks about the worlds of art and fashion and the myth of male power. She takes viewer phone calls from all sides of the spectrum. This is a lively and stimulating discussion no matter what your political views are. Missing the first few minutes.
Views: 25539 20C History Project
Little Women (1980) Anime Special
This is a 60-minute English-dubbed Japanese animated TV special based on Louisa May Alcott's novel, "Little Women." It spawned a 26-episode animated series in 1981, the first three episodes of which have already been uploaded to this channel. The incidents from those episodes, "Christmas Eve," "Angels in Boots," and "Jo's Boyfriend," are featured in this special, which also goes into Jo and Lawrie's friendship and the growing relationship between Meg and Mr. Brooks. There's a scene where Beth plays Mr. Lawrence's piano like a true virtuoso. Another scene involves the rescue of a boy who turns out to be a runaway slave. Major crises occur late in the hour, when the girls' mother has to go to Washington D.C. to tend their father who's been wounded in the Civil War. Soon after, Beth gets seriously ill... According to some sources, the original Japanese version was 68 minutes. The director of this special is Yugo Serikawa, a pioneering anime director who made some of Japan's earliest animated features.
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Cyborg 009 - b&w TV clips from 1968
These two clips are from “Cyborg 009,” a black-and-white Japanese anime series from 1968 based on a manga series by Shotaro Ishinomori. There had already been two theatrical Cyborg 009 movies (in color) prior to this series. There would be a color TV series in 1979; a 1980 theatrical movie, CYBORG 009: LEGEND OF THE SUPER GALAXY; and a remake of the TV series in 2001. The 1980 movie and the 2001 TV series are the only Cyborg 009 anime to have been officially released in the U.S. so far. (The movie is only available on VHS.) The manga has been published in an English-language edition. While Cyborg 009 wasn't the first superhero team to appear in Japanese pop culture, it was the most influential of its era. I found these promo clips on a VHS tape containing episodes of "Rainbow Sentai Robin," another superhero team created by Shotaro Ishinomori.
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Fox Movietone News: America Condemns Nazi Terrorism
Following the events of Kristallnacht, Nov. 9-10, 1938, in which mobs rampaged through German and Austrian cities assaulting and killing Jews, burning synagogues and destroying Jewish businesses, American political leaders denounced the attacks. In this newsreel clip, President Roosevelt is seen, as is Secretary of State Cordell Hull, although neither is heard speaking. The bulk of the segment allows us to see and hear one former president, Herbert Hoover, and two former presidential candidates, Alfred E. Smith, and Alf Landon, issue statements of condemnation.
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Leo the Lion: The Blue Lion
This is a complete episode of "Leo the Lion," the English title for Osamu Tezuka's 1966 Japanese animated series, "Jungle Taitei Susume Leo" (Jungle Emperor Forward Leo), which was the follow-up series to "Jungle Taitei," which had been shown in the U.S. in 1966 in an English-dubbed version as "Kimba the White Lion." The sequel, which follows Kimba as an adult (Leo), was not shown in the U.S. until 1984 when the Christian Broadcasting Network ran it in a newly dubbed version. This episode, "The Blue Lion," tells the story of Leo's confrontation with a group of rival lions led by Zamba, a blue lion. Leo tries to defend his animal friends from Zamba and his group, but is reluctant to fight him after he learns how Zamba was rejected by the other lions when he was a cub because of the color of his skin, an experience Leo can relate to. Leo recalls being called "Kimba" when he was a cub, an animal word for "little coward." This is the only reference to "Kimba" I've heard in this sequel series and it strikes me as odd, since no one ever gave that as the meaning of "kimba" in the original "Kimba" series. Definitely an unusual entry in the series and quite a bit more violent than usual, with scenes of lions attacking and killing other animals, the kind of action that would never have been allowed in the U.S. version of "Kimba." Look for other Leo the Lion episodes on this channel, including "Leo Becomes a Father," "The Golden Bow," "The Sabertooth Tiger," "The First Adventure," and "The Case of the Moonlight Stone."
Views: 68729 20C History Project
Song of Scheherezade (1947) trailer
This 1947 Technicolor production from Universal Pictures is a film about the early years of composer Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, referred to as “Nicky” in the trailer. It’s a camp classic emblazoned with the tagline, “So Lavish, So Gay” (I kid you not!), and featuring the infamous “whip duel.” Yvonne de Carlo stars, with Jean-Pierre Aumont as the sailor “Nicky,” who also, apparently, composes, although you wouldn’t know it from this trailer. Aumont must have had enough of Hollywood with this picture because he returned to Europe to make films right after this.
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WABC report on death of Ron Brown (4/3/96)
This is a report from WABC News, New York, on April 3, 1996 on the crash of a plane in Croatia carrying Ron Brown, then the Secretary of Commerce in the Clinton administration. It looks at Brown’s background in New York and features comments from former mayor David Dinkins and the head of the New York Urban League, Dennis Walcott. President Clinton is seen paying tribute to Brown at a gathering at the Department of Commerce. Bill Beutel, Roz Abrams and David Ushery contribute to the report.
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Terry Gilkyson “Everyone's Crazy 'Ceptin' Me” from Slaughter Trail
Terry Gilkyson was a singer, composer and lyricist who sang folk and cowboy songs and different kinds of novelty pop back in the 1950s. In the western, “Slaughter Trail” (1951), he sings several different songs on camera as well as providing the running narrative ballad that punctuates the soundtrack at frequent points. At one point early in the film, as Sergeant Andy Devine is supervising the troopers in brushing their horses, Gilkyson, as Singalong, sings “Everyone's Crazy 'Ceptin' Me” in response to Devine’s question to “Hardsaddle” (Lew Bedell), “Why did you ever join the cavalry?” It’s a comical song and a charming interlude in an otherwise mediocre western.
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Animated Classics of Japanese Literature: Theater of Life
Part of a 1986 Japanese TV series called “Animated Classics of Japanese Literature,” this half-hour segment is adapted from an early section of the novel, “Theater of Life,” by Shiro Ozaki, showing its protagonist, Hyokichi, as a school boy who is pushed by his father to excel and succeed in Meiji-era Japan after the father has seen his tobacco business ruined by government decrees. We see the boy up to and including his middle school years and watch his romantic disappointment as the girl he loves is consigned to a very different future than his. He resolves to go to college in Tokyo and make something of himself. An interesting animated slice of life from a fascinating period in Japanese history. The novel had previously been made into several live-action dramatic features by Japanese filmmakers over the decades.
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Leo the Lion: Leo Becomes a Father
This is a complete episode of "Leo the Lion," the English title for Osamu Tezuka's 1966 Japanese animated series, "Jungle Taitei Susume Leo" (Jungle Emperor Forward Leo), the follow-up series to "Jungle Taitei," aka "Kimba the White Lion." The sequel was not shown in the U.S. until 1984 when the Christian Broadcasting Network ran it on cable, in in a newly dubbed version. It's actually a great series, arguably better than its predecessor, although the English dubbing heard here is substandard. This episode, "Leo Becomes a Father," shows Leo (Kimba) as an adult and a new father of twins, Runi and Ruki, one male and one female. After Runi's fearful reaction to the harsh ethos of the wild, Leo gives his son a measure of tough love by stranding him miles from home and monitoring his progress as the cub confronts all sorts of potential enemies and natural perils, learning to fend for himself along the way as a lion cub should. Since it's basically just action and music, with few subsidiary characters, the weaknesses of the vocal soundtrack are not as pronounced in this episode. Isao Tomita's original score is retained and it's quite beautiful. (I left out the opening and closing sequences which had a tacked-on 1980s electronic score which was highly inappropriate.) Please also check out the other complete Leo the Lion episodes I've uploaded, "The Golden Bow" and "The Blue Lion."
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Little Women: "Christmas Eve" 1981 (complete)
This is "Christmas Eve," the first episode of the 1981 Japanese animated television adaptation of "Little Women," by Louisa May Alcott. In it, the four March sisters (Jo, Meg, Beth, Amy) are given a dollar each by Aunt March as a Christmas present, after which they trudge off in the snow to the General Store to buy things they want for themselves. When they get back home they realize that the money would be better spent on something for their hard-working mother, so it's back to the store... There's a quiet, gentle tone to the pacing of the story and the interactions of the girls with each other, with their neighbors and with their aunt. There's a stark, dramatic quality in the settings and the colors, giving it almost an anime equivalent of a 19th century look. There's a poignant scene at the end where the mother prays and gives thanks for her daughters, as a tear slides down her cheek. Would an American animated version take the time for such a moment? Please note that you can also find on this channel two follow-up episodes: "Angels in Boots" and "Jo's Boyfriend," plus a one-hour Little Women anime special from 1980 that led to this series. All are dubbed in English.
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St  Louis Blues (1929) with Bessie Smith
This is a complete 16-minute short film directed by Dudley Murphy (who later directed Paul Robeson in "The Emperor Jones") featuring the great blues singer Bessie Smith in her only film appearance. There's a bit of drama early on as she finds her boyfriend Jimmy (played by Jimmy Mordecai) cheating on her with a "high-yaller woman," and proceeds to throttle the poor girl and send her fleeing. Jimmy then shoves Bessie to the floor and runs off, prompting her to go to a bar alone and sing the title song, opening with the line, "My man's got a heart like a rock that's in the sea." Jimmy then shows up, does a frenzied tap dance solo in the bar and proceeds to try to reconcile with Bessie...or so it seems. Alec Lovejoy and Edgar Connor are among the actors we see in the apartment scene early on. The Hall Johnson Choir provides the backup vocals later in the film.
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Little Women #3 "Jo's Boyfriend" (1981)
"Jo's Boyfriend" is the third episode of the 1981 Japanese animated series based on Louisa May Alcott's novel, "Little Women," and follows "Christmas Eve" and "Angels in Boots," two episodes previously uploaded to this channel. All are dubbed in English. Here Jo finally meets Lawrie, the teenage boy living in the large house next door, as well as his grandfather, Mr. Lawrence, and begins a friendship between the two families. Beth is invited to practice her piano playing on the Lawrence grand piano, but she's too scared to accept. There's a stark, almost austere quality to the settings, which gives it a real 19th century feel, although, truth to tell, the walls in such homes were never as bare as the production design here makes them out to be. Still, the episode follows the development of the characters' relationships with great care and gentility, allowing things to unfold at their proper pace. How many American literary adaptations—done as animation—have shown such restraint?
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Animated Classics of Japanese Literature: A Roadside Stone
Two-part episode of a 1986 Japanese TV series called “Animated Classics of Japanese Literature.” This one is based on a novel by Yuzo Yamamoto (1887-1974). Part 1 is “Dreams of Middle School” and Part 2 is “Hard Times.” It’s a sad, harsh, Dickensian tale of life for Goichi Aikawa, a poor boy who dreams of bettering himself in Meiji-era Japan. When his plan of attending middle school is dashed by his mother’s poverty and his father’s financial irresponsibility, he goes from Sixth Grade to working full-time in a local general store (the precursor of a large Japanese department store) and being humiliated by the boss’s son, a former friend and classmate whom he used to tutor, and everyone else in the family and on the staff. Tragedy strikes late in the piece and compels Goichi to make a life-changing decision. Director: Eiji Okabe. Script: Kenji Yoshida. There are six seconds of black in between Part 1 and Part 2.
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L.A. Riots: President Bush’s reaction
On Friday, May 1, 1992, President George H.W. Bush gave a live address to the nation in response to the violence in L.A. that followed the acquittal of the four police officers who beat Rodney King and it is presented here in its entirety. He expresses outrage at the violence and terror of the previous two days and vows to restore order. He describes his own reaction to the verdict and outlines the steps the Department of Justice is taking on the federal level. He also calls for rebuilding L.A. and cites the brave L.A. residents who aided the victims of violence. Introduced by Peter Jennings.
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Paris 1900: La Belle Epoque 1900-1914
This film offers a steady stream of images of Paris and its environs in 1900-1914 taken from archival sources which are listed at length in the opening credits. The film clips are a mix of fiction footage, staged scenes, news footage and "actualité" footage, grouped (very roughly) by theme, with the most attention devoted to leisurely pursuits of the privileged classes before the final 20-minute section chronicles the ominous build-up to war, which broke out in 1914. Many of the prominent figures from 1900-1914 cited by the narration are still famous, including Maurice Chevalier, Sarah Bernhardt, Andre Gide, Nellie Melba, Enrico Caruso, Rodin, Renoir, Debussy, and Andrew Carnegie. Quite a few others speed by but I didn't recognize their names, although devotees of French literature, culture and history most certainly will. This 72-minute copy offers witty narration in English delivered by actor Monty Woolley ("The Man Who Came to Dinner"). It's a scratchy, choppy, high-contrast print transferred to video in a rather low-tech manner. I recommend interested parties purchase the much higher quality DVD offered by Grapevine Video at: http://www.grapevinevideo.com/paris_1900.html
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Ultraman Dinosaur Battle 1: Red King
In two clips from the 1966 “Ultraman” TV series, giant-sized Ultraman fights two different dinosaur-like monsters, one in a snowy mountain environment, one at a sprawling construction site. The narration identifies the monsters, but it’s in Japanese with no translation. This clip was taken from the compilation feature, "Ultraman Zoffy: Ultra Warriors vs. the Giant Monster Army" (1984).
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Sanshiro the Judoist (Animated Classics of Japanese Literature)
This is a three-part episode of a 1986 Japanese TV series called “Animated Classics of Japanese Literature” and was adapted from a novel by Tsuneo Tomita that had been previously made into a live-action film that marked the directing debut of Akira Kurosawa back in 1943. It tells the saga of a young man named Sanshiro Sugata who studies a new form of jujitsu known as judo and takes on various opponents in Meiji-era Japan of the 1880s. He falls for the daughter of a man he is slated to fight, the leader of a competing school, and must eventually confront his rival for the daughter’s affections. In Japanese with English subs.
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Animated Classics of Japanese Literature: Friendship
Part of a 1986 Japanese TV series called “Animated Classics of Japanese Literature,” this half-hour segment is adapted from a story by Saneatsu Mushanokoji. It deals with the turbulence of young love among the wealthy class in Meiji-era Japan as an aspiring writer spends the summer with friends in Kamakura in the hopes of getting closer to the teenage sister of a law student friend. Unexpected rivals complicate matters. For some reason, they all play lots of ping pong. Directed by Taku Sugiyama (Phoenix 2772).
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Pat Buchanan on Foreign Policy @ Cato Institute 11/22/99
The topic of the talk is: “The New Americanism: A Response to President Clinton’s Allegations of a New Isolationism” This was taped at the Cato Institute on November 22, 1999 and aired on C-SPAN. Pat Buchanan was then the presidential candidate of the Reform Party and had recently published “A Republic, Not an Empire: Reclaiming America's Destiny.” He declares that he is not an isolationist but does oppose intervention. As he puts it, “Intervention is the incubator of terrorism.” He poses these questions: Are we to be a republic or an empire? Are we to be a peacemaker or the world’s policeman? At different points, he is hard on both President Clinton and Governor George W. Bush, against whom he was competing for President. He speaks for 24 minutes and then takes questions for 34 minutes. The moderator is Ted Carpenter, Cato Institute VP for Defense and Foreign Policy Studies.
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Los Angeles Riots April 30, 1992 CNN Report
This is 20 minutes of news footage from CNN on April 30, 1992 covering the Los Angeles riots which followed the "not guilty" verdict in the case of the four patrolmen who beat Rodney King with their nightsticks in an action videotaped by a witness on March 3, 1991. We see Dan Blackburn reporting from the streets of L.A. as people on the street and shop owners react to the devastation of the riots. Jonathan Mann and Susan Rook report from the studio and show us glimpses of reactions in other cities, most notably Atlanta, where 300 arrests were made. Various politicians are heard from, including President George H. W. Bush and New Jersey Senator Bill Bradley, who recounts the number of blows suffered by King that night. We also see an excerpt of an interview that CNN host Larry King conducted with a juror from the police trial, who is then rebutted by Rodney King's lawyer. There are cuts where I paused for commercials or switched to other channels to see what was going on, so it's not unbroken footage. Still, it offers a fairly valuable overview of what it was like in the nation in the aftermath of the verdict.
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J.M.W. Turner (National Gallery of Art)
Concise 33-minute overview of the life and career of Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851), described on Wikipedia as “an English Romanticist landscape painter, watercolourist, and printmaker. Turner was considered a controversial figure in his day, but is now regarded as the artist who elevated landscape painting to an eminence rivalling history painting. Although renowned for his oil paintings, Turner is also one of the greatest masters of British watercolour landscape painting. He is commonly known as ‘the painter of light’ and his work is regarded as a Romantic preface to Impressionism.” The film shows lots of his paintings as well as numerous archival illustrations to depict the time he lived in, supplemented by location shots of the places he lived and worked and the sites he visited on his painting trips, including Wales and Italy. Effective narration by Jeremy Irons. Produced in 2007 in conjunction with an exhibit at the National Gallery of Art.
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Ultraman Monster Battle with blow-by-blow announcer
Three giant monsters fight each other in the "arctic" in this clip from an unidentified "Ultraman" TV episode. One of them looks like the Abominable Snowman, one looks like a Godzilla-type dinosaur (and is named Red King in the program), and one looks like a gray dinosaur with insect wings. They clearly relish fighting each other. The announcer gives a blow-by-blow description as if this was a boxing or wrestling event. I'm guessing they recruited a real Japanese sportscaster for the segment. This clip was taken from the compilation feature, "Ultraman Zoffy: Ultra Warriors vs. the Giant Monster Army" (1984). In Japanese with NO subs. Does anyone know what episode of "Ultraman" this is from?
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Movie Palaces, with Gene Kelly
This 1987 documentary offers a concise and fast-paced overview of the lavish movie palaces that once dominated urban downtowns across America in the 1920s and '30s. There’s a steady stream of archival photos and film footage showing us dozens of movie palaces in their glory days, as well as footage of some theaters that have been restored in more recent years to serve as performing arts centers. Movie organist Gaylord Carter is one of the interviewees and offers a first-hand account of what it was like to play the organ during silent movies. Gene Kelly serves as onscreen host and narrator. Directed by Lee R. Bobker, this film is a valuable document made possible by the Smithsonian Institution and the Theatre Historical Society of America. A better copy of this can be found here under the title, "The Great Picture Palaces," but it's in two parts.
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Woody Allen Affair with Soon-Yi: News Report August 1992
In this newscast from August 17, 1992, Rosanna Scotto of Fox 5 News in New York reports on the burgeoning scandal involving actor/director Woody Allen's affair with Soon-Yi Previn, the adopted daughter of his then-girlfriend Mia Farrow. Elaine Kaufman, owner of the famous restaurant, Elaine's, a New York landmark, and a longtime friend of Allen's, is interviewed and points out that Farrow was very young when she married Frank Sinatra some 25 years earlier, implying that what goes around comes around. Meanwhile, Steve Powers waits live—in the rain--outside Michael's Pub for a chance at getting a comment from Allen.
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What Japanese movie is Bogart watching?
In this sequence from "Across the Pacific" (1942), Humphrey Bogart enters a movie theater in Panama that is showing a Japanese movie, presumably made before the war. He's an American agent there to receive information about Japanese activities from a contact, played by Philip Ahn. I have uploaded just the sequence involving the movie theater. Enough clips are visible for someone who's seen the movie to be able to identify it or who's familiar enough with that period of Japanese cinema to make an educated guess. I looked through Donald Richie's books on Japanese cinema to see if they contain any pictures that might look like this film, but there wasn't anything even close. I'm guessing this film is a popular comedy and not a work by a major director like Ozu, Naruse, or Mizoguchi, Anyone have any idea? Thanks.
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Little Women #2 "Angels in Boots" (1981)
"Angels in Boots" is the second episode of the 1981 Japanese animated series based on Louisa May Alcott's novel, "Little Women." (The first and third episodes, "Christmas Eve" and "Jo's Boyfriend, have also been uploaded to this channel. All are dubbed in English.) In this one, the four March sisters share their Christmas breakfast with a poor family on the verge of starvation. Later in the episode, the four sisters put on a play that Jo has written, staging it for the neighborhood audience in a drafty old barn in the middle of a storm. The play is "Woods of Terror," and Jo describes it as "a story of a beautiful princess, a villain who desires her, a witch and a handsome knight who loves the princess." Poor Lawrie, who lives across the street, is not allowed to attend and watches glumly from his window as the girls have fun below. See also "Little Women (1980) Anime Special," a one-hour animated special that served as a precursor to this series, also available on this channel in English.
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Opening Shot: Marvel Comics in the UK
From the opening narration: "Opening Shot looks at the changing face of the comic book in the world today." This British half-hour show from 1993 looks at Marvel Comics, with an emphasis on the Marvel UK branch and the comics coming out of it. Their popularity in the U.S. is among the topics discussed. Stan Lee is interviewed at length, but so are Britain’s Marvel employees, including Paul Neary, editor-in-chief at Marvel UK, as well as three British artists working for Marvel, Liam Sharp, Andy Lanning, and Maya Gavin. There is also a segment on women in comics and interviewees include Jan Duursema, an American artist and Bobbie Chase, an editor at Marvel USA. Videogame designers are interviewed, as well as an American comic store manager, Brian Marshall. Stan Lee is interviewed about comics in general and he makes a lot of interesting points. Clips from some Marvel Comics TV shows are included.
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"Trudy" - TV drama with Joan Fontaine
“Trudy” is an episode of Four Star Playhouse that originally ran on May 26, 1955. It stars Joan Fontaine as Trudy, a single woman who walks into a Chinese laundry and announces she’s getting married right there, in the laundry, at 11:00 that night. She enlists various townsmen, including the laundry owner (Steven Geray), an Irish cop (James Flavin), a German baker (Otto Waldis), and, finally, the local minister (Hans Conried) to provide various services for the ceremony, but they all suspect that there’s no groom and they’re all simply trying to please a delusional woman. If there had ever been a romantic comedy version of “The Twilight Zone,” this is the type of episode that would have been featured. While it’s all a bit far-fetched, the cast is absolutely first-rate and a delight to watch, even if the Hungarian-bred Steven Geray is a bit of a stretch to accept as Chinese laundryman Mr. Yen.
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Who Killed JFK: On the Trail of the Conspiracies
This is an episode of “Investigative Reports,” hosted and narrated by Bill Kurtis. It was made in 1992, following the success of Oliver Stone’s “JFK,” and features five guest commentators: Gerald Ford, former member of the Warren Commission; Robert Blakey, former investigator for the House Assassinations Committee; Anthony Summers, assassination researcher and author of “Conspiracy”; Burt Griffin, former attorney for the Warren Commission; and Oliver Stone, director of “JFK.” It offers different points of view, without really taking sides on one position or another, although Stone is the only one committed to a full-fledged, wide-ranging conspiracy in the case. There is lots of archival footage from the assassination and its investigation. This program aired on A&E on Feb. 29, 1992. I am posting it on the 52nd anniversary of the JFK assassination.
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Ultraman Battles Gyango with blow-by-blow announcer
This clip features footage taken from Ultraman episode #11: The Ruffian from Outer Space, and features Ultraman battling Gyango, a very odd creature conjured up from some maniac’s imagination. It’s a knockdown dragout battle by a seaside resort hotel where the madman had holed up with the alien crystal ball that had enabled him to create the monster. It’s quite a battle, with lots of wrestling moves. The sports announcer doing the blow-by-blow commentary is not heard in the original episode but only in this edited clip, which is taken from the compilation feature, "Ultraman Zoffy: Ultra Warriors vs. the Giant Monster Army" (1984). In Japanese with no subs., but at one point the announcer uses the English term, “dirty fighter.”
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