Despotism – 1946

“The State – I am the State.” – Louis XIV In this timeless educational film from 1946, the pernicious mechanics

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Burlesque: 20th Century Vamp – 1940’s

This one’s a classic pulled out of the attic – an authentic burlesque film. It was likely shown in basements hosting stag events,

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New Orleans – 1920’s

Newsreel documentary from the 1920’s with photography and animations illustrating old New Orleans, the Crescent City, at work and at

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Black Music in America: From Then Till Now – 1970’s

This tremendous educational documentary from the mid-1970’s examines the priceless contributions of African-Americans to musical heritage, so closely tied to

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The Star Spangled Banner by the 2nd Armored Division Band – 1970’s

This rendition of America’s National Anthem is performed by the 2nd Armored Division Band based in Fort Hood, Texas. Also

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Who Are The People of America? – 1953

Who Are the People of America? is a relatively egalitarian look at America, a country of different races, religions and

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Feature Film: Take Me Back to Oklahoma – 1940

Bob Wills’ feature film debut including performances with Leon McAuliffe and Tex Ritter. Bob Wills is one of the most

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Independence Day – 1940

Strike up the band. Let’s celebrate the great day on which the Declaration of Independence was signed … July 4,

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Trailer: Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla – 1952

“These films are going to be made regardless of who directs them. There’s a market for them and the studios

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