Happy Birthday, Stanley Kubrick.

Marking the 90th birthday of Stanley Kubrick, we take a look back at his earliest film, The Day of the Fight from 1951.

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Lady Life Guards – 1930’s

Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation is just a click away with our next short feature, Lady Life Guards, produced during the 1930’s.  

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Hollywood Extra Girl – 1935

I need some faces there that can show soul in their eyes. – Cecil B. DeMille Produced in 1935, Hollywood

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The Veldt – 1970’s

The Hadley family lives in an automated house called “The Happylife Home,” filled with machines that do every task. The

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Don’t Be a Sucker – 1947

In this anti-fascist film produced by US Military in the wake of WWII, the producers deconstruct the politically motivated social

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Kobe Beef – It’s What’s for Dinner

Sure, Kobe Beef is considered some of the most delectable, succulent meat in the world. But have you ever wondered

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The Distant Drummer: Flowers of Darkness – 1970’s

Narrated by Paul Newman, The Distant Drummer: Flowers of Darkness is an unflinching, no-nonsense look at the opium trade –

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The Brown Sisters: Underneath the Harlem Moon – 1930’s

In this clip, the undocumented Brown sisters sing the number “Underneath the Harlem Moon.” The soulful trio starts the song

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Stanley Kubrick: Day of the Fight [Original Version] – 1951

The Day of the Fight is the primary touchstone from which Stanley Kubrick’s unique cinematic style would evolve. Like the battling

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