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ANIMATION COMMERCIALS OF THE FIFTIES AND SIXTIES VOL. 4 (approx 60 min)
Includes Ajax, Muriel Cigars, Halo with Eddie Cantor, Phil Shave, Peter Paul Mounds, Quaker Puffed Rice, National Bohemian Beer, Playhouse, Esquire Boot Polish, Milk, Cheerios, Ham, Jello, Peter Pan Connect the Dots, Genesee Beer, Sunshine Hi Ho, Nabisco Coconut Shortbread, Coke, Lorna Doone, Cadbury's Caramello, Buffalo Bee, Cinnamon Crisp, Keebler Chocolate Fudge, Vitalis, Nabisco Pretzels, Beechnut, RCA, Abbott's Ice Cream, Yellow Pages, Oleo Margarine, Krispy Saltines, Cinnamon Crunch, Honey Grahams, Gillette Super Razor with Roy Campanella, Dixie Cups, Campbell's Beans, Charlie Tuna, Colgate Toothpaste, Cancer commercial, Cheerios with Bullwinkle, Lipton Ice Tea, and a lot ...
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Date Added: Tuesday 25 February, 2014
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ANIMATION COMMERCIALS OF THE FIFTIES AND SIXTIES VOL. 5 (approx 60 min)
With Nabisco Fancy Crust, Fig Newtons, Salada Tea, Cinnamon Crunch, Bond Bread, Coke, Nissen's Old Home Bread, Mackintosh Apple, Nabisco, Keebler Town House Crackers, Cheerios, Quisp and Quake, Cocoa Puffs, Corn Bursts, Captain Crunch, Cheerios Sponge Monster, Frosty O's, Pogo Stick with Bullwinkle, Whistle Snack, Sugar Smacks, Milk Bone, Varaflame, Fizzies, Bosco, Good and Plenty, Milk, Buffalo Bee, Welch's Candy with the voice of Mae Questel, Boston Baked Beans, Big Spud, Zoom Cereal, Mott's, Ideal Bread, Checker Board Kid, RCA, Sylvania, RCA Lighthouse, RCA Octopus, RCA Eskimo, Fearless Fosdick, Duquesne Beer, Williams Cake, Nabisco, Sunbeam Bread, Vitalis, Keebler, Sylvan Seal Milk, US Navy, Mutual Savings Bank, Klix Dog Candy, Lucky Strike, Vicks Cough Drops, Black Horse, First ...
Date Added: Tuesday 25 February, 2014
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ANIMATION COMMERCIALS OF THE FIFTIES AND SIXTIES VOL. 6 (approx 60 min)
This tape features a rare Aurora Toy Company sales film, hosted by animated stars Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble (of FLINTSTONE fame) and displays the new line of Aurora commercials that was slated to be done by Hanna Barbera in the Seventies. Made to be shown at Toy Fair to hype the distributors, these segments cover commercials for Rickety Rack, Stick A Round, Skittle Ball, Hateables Inflatable, Paraphernalia and Whoops. These clips are both funny and rare. Also included is a segment from a WONDERAMA show (hosted by kid show host Sonny Fox) featuring an interview with animator Lou Gifford as he demonstrates the animation process by showing how a Burt and Harry Piels public service announcement for the Fresh Air Fun was put together. ...
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Date Added: Tuesday 25 February, 2014
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BACK IN THE ‘30s (approx. 90 min)
Fred Allen narrated this fast-paced remembrance of life and history during the 1930’s, including the Great Depression, made by NBC during the early 1950’s. What makes this documentary even more effective than most is that it focuses on the actions behind the events usually associated with the decade. We get a good glimpse of the Jazz Age of the 1920’s and its loose, freewheeling morality and money-management, and the depiction of the gradual deterioration of life as the effect of the 1929 stock market crash rippled outward, to drive thousands of businesses into bankruptcy. The human side is also seen, in images of haggard men and hungry children. On the lighter side, we also get a glimpse of the popular culture of the era, including such radio stars as Jack Benny an...
Date Added: Tuesday 25 February, 2014
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BOB HOPE SPECIAL (Approx. 55 min.)
A 1952 show for the Navy, featuring special guests Frankie Laine ("Your Cheatin' Heart") and Rosemary Clooney ("Honey"), and Bess Meyerson. Hope entertains the sailors aboard ship, telling lots of topical jokes (including a few about Harry Truman leaving office), and appears in two comedy sketches (among them a murder mystery parody), as well as giving a plug for the then-new picture HERE COME THE GIRLS. The closing number is, of course, "Thanks For the Memory." ...
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Date Added: Tuesday 25 February, 2014
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BOB HOPE'S THIRD TV SHOW (Approx. 55 min.)
This tape provides a unique trip down memory lane with now&#64979;TV&#64979;legend Bob Hope as he appears in his third TV show,. which was sponsored by Frigidaire. In this, his first show just for G.I.s, something which would later become his trademark, Bob talks about his trip to Korea. It contains great sketches and, of course, the talent of Les Brown and his orchestra. ...
Date Added: Tuesday 25 February, 2014
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BRAY EDUCATIONAL FILMS Vol. 4 (approx. 45 min.)
Made circa 1943, these films provide an excellent look into air travel in the 1940s. They offer detailed photographs of all types of hot air balloons and gliders, as well as motor-propelled aircraft. 1. YOUTH TRAIN FOR AVIATION is a film made by the National Aeronautics Association and dedicated to the air-minded youth of today. Narrated by Robert Shane, best known as Inspector Henderson on the TV show SUPERMAN, this film shows a number of model airplane club meetings and has the added highlight of an animated look at a skyrocket taking off for the moon. This rare and exciting footage gives an interesting retrospective as to the state of aviation in the 1940s as well as its future as perceived by the National Aeronautics Association. 2. ESSENTIAL PARTS AND TYPES OF PLANES BASED ON TH...
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Date Added: Tuesday 25 February, 2014
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BRAY EDUCTIONAL FILMS Vol. 3 THE SCIENCE OF LIFE
This collection of different health reels covers the upkeep of personal health and touches on such topics as syphilis, gonorrhea, birth, etc. Produced by the Surgeon General of Public Health, Reel XIII covers general personal hygiene. Reel XI concentrates on the personal hygiene of young men while Reel X concentrates on that of young women. ...
Date Added: Tuesday 25 February, 2014
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BROADWAY OPEN HOUSE Vol. 1 (Approx. 55 min.)
starring Jerry Lester, Dagmar, Milton DeLugg, the Mello Larks BROADWAY OPEN HOUSE is one of the newest, best, and rarest additions to this catalog. Jerry Lester originated the late night network variety show with BROADWAY OPEN HOUSE, a 1951 NBC series (created by legendary NBC executive Pat Weaver, later the originator of THE TONIGHT SHOW) that was the forerunner to THE TONIGHT SHOW and LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTERMAN, among other programs. Lester, an ex-vaudeville comic, was much louder than Steve Allen, Jack Paar, Johnny Carson, or any of their on-air descendants, but he was funny, and an especially quick man with a sight-gag, double entendre. This show, featuring Lester's established "Stop, Look, and Listen" introduction, has lots of jokes about "hidden" talent...
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Date Added: Tuesday 25 February, 2014
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