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  • emTigers on the Looseem
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    Tigers on the Loose

    This 1965 U.S. Army film highlights the 10th Armored Division, known as the “Tiger” division. Narrated by actor Lorne Greene, the story is told in two parts primarily by the World War II veterans…

    303 views
  • emMission Measles  The Story of a Vaccineem
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    Mission, Measles - The Story of a Vaccine

    This documentary details the history of the highly contagious virus that causes measles and the development of the measles vaccine in the 1950s and early 1960s. The pharmaceutical company…

    1,633 views
  • emLyndon B Johnson Becomes President The Tragic Death of President Kennedyem
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    Lyndon B. Johnson Becomes President, The Tragic Death of President Kennedy

    This U.S. Information Agency short film describes the death and funeral of President John F. Kennedy, who was assassinated in Dallas on November 22, 1963. It includes footage of President Lyndon B.…

    2,747 views
  • Reel America emAmerican Illustratorem
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    American Illustrator

    This 1962 U.S. Information Agency film profiles illlustrator Norman Rockwell. Folk singer and songwriter Tom Glazer, who provides the soundtrack, visits Rockwell at his Stockbridge, Massachusetts…

    138 views
  • emThe Crooked River Dies An Epilogueem
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    The Crooked River Dies, An Epilogue

    This documentary is an update to the 1966 film “The Crooked River Dies.” WKYC-TV Cleveland returned to the Cuyahoga River to see how things had changed in five years. The camera observes some progress, but the…

    195 views
  • emThe Crooked River Diesem
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    The Crooked River Dies

    This 1966 documentary traces the 100-mile-long Cuyahoga River from its source to Cleveland, where it empties, polluted, into Lake Erie. It originally aired on WKYC-TV’s “Montage,” an…

    328 views
  • emBrotherhood of Manem
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    Brotherhood of Man

    This animated film was sponsored by the United Auto Workers to promote racial tolerance. The story uses cartoon characters to represent prejudice and intolerance and argues that despite…

    282 views
  • emWhat Makes Us Tickem
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    What Makes Us Tick

    This animated promotional film describes how a business incorporates and obtains the right to trade shares on the New York Stock Exchange. Commissioned by the stock exchange, the film…

    116 views
  • emEducation for Deathem
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    Education for Death

    This World War II Walt Disney Studios animated short film lampoons the Hitler Youth, and is based on a book of the same title by Gregor Ziemer.

    803 views
  • emHellBent for Electionem
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    Hell-Bent for Election

    This United Auto Workers animated campaign film for President Franklin Roosevelt was directed by Chuck Jones, who helped create Bugs Bunny and other characters for Warner Brothers, and later produced and directed “How…

    155 views
  • em444 Days to Freedom What Really Happened in Iran  The Inside Storyem
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    444 Days to Freedom, What Really Happened in Iran - The Inside Story

    Narrated by actor William Shatner, this documentary chronicles the Iran Hostage Crisis from the hostage’s point of view, using interviews with former hostages and footage shot by Iranian…

    1,238 views
  • emPat A Tribute to the First Ladyem
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    Pat, A Tribute to the First Lady

    This short film is a 1972 Republican National Committee tribute to First Lady Pat Nixon.

    503 views
  • emThe Whole World is Watchingem
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    The Whole World is Watching

    This film by the Washington, DC Metropolitan Police Department documents a series of anti-Vietnam War actions by about 45,000 protesters in 1971. Blocking access to government buildings and disrupting traffic,…

    302 views
  • emWinter Countem
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    Winter Count

    A “winter count” is a Plains Indian tradition of recording a tribe’s history with symbols drawn on buffalo hide or other material. In this short film funded by the U.S. Information Agency, Lydia…

    124 views
  • emFallen Eagleem
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    Fallen Eagle

    This Lorillard Tobacco Company film profiles the Sioux people of the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota. According to a 1952 advertising magazine, the company featured a Native American theme to…

    163 views
  • emHopi Indian Arts and Craftsem
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    Hopi Indian Arts and Crafts

    This film about Hopi arts and crafts was made with the support of the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Office of Indian Affairs and the Museum of Northern Arizona. The documentary is one…

    74 views
  • emApollo 12 Pinpoint for Scienceem
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    Apollo 12, Pinpoint for Science

    This NASA documentary tells the story of Apollo 12, the second manned mission to land on the moon. Commander Charles “Pete” Conrad, command module pilot Richard Gordon, and lunar module pilot Alan Bean…

    121 views
  • emA Hostage Reportem
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    A Hostage Report

    Freed hostage Colonel Thomas Schaefer gave a U.S. Air Force intelligence briefing on strategies he used to cope during his 444 days in Iran from November 4, 1979, to January 20, 1981.

    144 views
  • Berlin Wall 1989 NBC News Special Reports
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    Berlin Wall 1989 NBC News Special Reports

    This series of NBC News special reports covers the breaking story of the Fall of the Berlin Wall on November 9, 1989. On that day a spokesman for East Berlin’s Communist Party announced…

    326 views
  • emMotor Convoyem 1919 Silent Army Film
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    Motor Convoy 1919 Silent Army Film

    Michael Owen, author of After Ike: On the Trail of the Century-Old Journey that Changed America, provides commentary for a 1919 U.S. Army silent film documenting a transcontinental motor convoy.…

    548 views
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