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"It seems like yesterday" 1950s newsreel clip of a "female William Tell" mother throwing knives at her children.
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The 1950s were known for their ridiculous newsreels (you know, the anti-communist, pro-consumerism propaganda crap). But this one takes the cake — it's a call for humans to join hands with the unde...
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Canada once had a world-leading Aerospace program, but it was cancelled after the success of the Avro Arrow. Here is a tribute to the world's most advanced fighter jet, cancelled by the Canadian Go...
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Toilet is his business.
Credits: w/ simon rex, kerri kenney, natasha leggero, tim mars. writ: kaplan,rubin,kaplan. directy cam cam: mike hammeke and jordan rubin. prodooser nicolle y...
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Only Pluto knows that Mickey's fir tree contains Chip 'n' Dale. When Mickey finds out, he chuckles naively and thinks they're cute.
Release Date November 21, 1952
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Rabbit of Seville, featuring Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd (1950) set to the classic "Barber of Seville"
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The Ayn Rand Multimedia Libraryrnhttp://atlasshrugged.com/book/morality-of-capitalism.html
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Find out more at the Zeitgeist Movement
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This clip is from the 1959 film, "Asbestos: a Matter of Time," by the Bureau of Mines (US Department of the Interior.) The entire film is available on GoggleVideo. This clip describes key propertie...
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Jack LaLane on "You Bet Your Life" with Groucho Marx. Here Jack is 44 years old, and he won't say.
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Jack Lalanne's life advice.
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Jack Lalanne compares the problems of sugarholism to those known to be posed by alchoholism.
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A tribute to one of Great Britain and the world's finest computer scientists Alan Turing, who despite breaking Nazi encryption codes during World War II and designing the first computer systems use...