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#21 Jlewis

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Posted 18 January 2016 - 08:48 AM

Tagalog Tailors (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 11, 1919 Philippine textiles profile (1917)

Taihoku, Metropolis Of Formosa (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 28, 1919 Probably filmed by Herford T. Cowling in 1918 as the first seen-in-the-U.S. shots of the city

Tails Of The Border (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-December 17, 1943  Mexican dogs are spotlighted.

Tain’t So (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-© April 16, 1948 (completed ’47) Facts & figures of the animal kingdom done in mock fashion: lions, camels, bears, skunks included

Tale Of Two Cafes (George Templeton) bw-18m-(Musical Parade [Bob Graham, Dorothy Porter & others])-June 30, 1946 Competing restaurants hav to reconcile when young love blossoms

Talk Of The Town (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© May 18, 1945  Features busy beavers, strong ox and wise owls. Canaries sing "She’ll Be Comin’ Round the Mountain"

Taming Target Center (Sennett Comedies- Mack Sennett) bw/silent-2 reels-(Ben Turpin & others)-December 30, 1917

Tannhaueser (Fredrick Feher) bw-12m-(Symphonic Series)-© August 12, 1938 Featuring the National Philharmonic

Tapestry Of Thailand (William Eddy) color-17m-(Treasury Of Travels)-December 1967

Targets On Parade (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 24, 1950 Archery reel

Taxi (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Frank Griffin) bw-2 reels-(Chester Conklin Comedy)-December 15, 1930 (preview) A taxi driver gets hooked up with bootlegers. With William Best, Alphonse Martell & Rene Borden.

Taxi Tangle (Aubrey Scotto & Clyde North) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Jack Benny & Helen Hunt])-December 19, 1931 Benny finds romance in a stuck traffic jam.

Teak Logging With Elephants (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 12, 1919 Siamese footage done by Herford T. Cowling while Burton Holmes was busy in Europe (1918)

Teasing The Soil (Charles Parrott [Charley Chase]) bw/silent-2 reels-(Carter DeHaven)-© February 7, 1920

Ted Fio Rito And His Orchestra (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner)-© October 6, 1939 Includes a swing version of "Volga Boatman". Also "No, No, Nora", "Sometime" & "Three on a Match". Lee Sullivan and Shirley Gay sing "Blue Orchids"

Television Preview (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Ted Husing & Lanny Ross) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-March 17, 1940 Nice behind-the-scenes look at the medium’s infant years, this being the Du Mont network. Bob Hope, Lanny Ross, Bob Burns & Akim Tamiroff appear.

Tempo Of Tomorrow (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner [Richard Himber & others])-July 11, 1939  A Paramount "Headliners" featuring Richard Himber and His Orchestra, with band vocalists Stuart Allen and Patricia Gilmore.

Ten Dollars Or Ten Days (Aubrey Scotto) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Eddie Younger & His Mountaineers])-July 22, 1932

Ten Dollars Or Ten Days (Sennett Comedies) bw/silent-20m-(Eddie Gribbon, Phyllis Haver, Charles Murray, Kalla Pasha & others)-February 15, 1920

Ten Pin Tour (Sports Illustrated- Leslie Winik) color & CinemaScope-9m-(Sports in Action)-© December 31, 1960

Testing The Experts (Jack Eaton; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© April 12, 1946 Quiz reel on everything from tennis to monkeys

Texas Long Horns (Cinema Pictures; Robert Hinkle) Technicolor-17+m-(Special)-©-September 1, 1967 (completed '66)

Texas Today (Cinema Pictures; Robert Hinkle; narrator: Chill Wills) Technicolor-10m-(Travel Adventure)-© August 1, 1967 (completed ’66)

That Night (Sennett Comedies- Hampton Del Ruth & Edward F. Cline) bw/silent-2 reels-(Charles Murray, Mary Thurman & others)-December 16, 1917

That Party In Person (That Certain Party) (Mort Blumenstock) bw-8m (about)-(1-reel Act [Eddie Cantor])-November 14, 1928 (Variety review)

That Red-Headed Hussie (Al Christie Film- Alfred J. Goulding) bw-17m-(Christie Comedy [Charley Grapewin & Anna Chance])-December 28, 1929 Marital disputes between vaudevillians

That's Africa (Justin Herman; editor: Elise Grau) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-© February 10, 1939 Footage from a trek made by Margaret and Lawrence Thaw

That's Their Business (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-11m-(Paragraphic)-November 11 1936 Odd jobs in color. Pilot film for "Unusual Occupations" series

Their Counterfeit Vacation (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies)-November 27, 1916

Their Week End (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies)-December 25, 1916

There He Goes Again (John Haeseler) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© May 1, 1953 Fun with skunks

There’s Gold In Them Thrills (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© March 9, 1956 (completed ’55) More stunt acts.

There's Nothing To It (Justin Herman) bw-1 reel-(Westinghouse Electric Special)-© December 12, 1941 Starring Charles Butterworth

They All Like Boats (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© March 21, 1952 (completed ’51) Above average look at America's fastest growing obsession, starting with a motor boat show in New York.

They’re Not So Dumb (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-8m-(Speaking of Animals)-© March 21, 1947 (completed ’46) Those monkeys, deer. lions, parrots, opossums are actually geniuses

Thin Along With C. V. Hostetler (Marathon International Productions; Konstantin Kaiser) bw-10m-(High Topper Special)-© December 31, 1962

Thirst (Sennett Comedies- Mack Sennett) bw/silent-2 reels-(Mark Swain, Cliff Bowes, Ethel Teare & Eva Thatcher)-July 29, 1917 Autos, bikes, motocycles and horse-drwan carriages all get wrecked in this wild chase comedy.

The 13th Alarm (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Del Lord) bw-2 reels-(Chester Conklin Comedy)-July 3, 1931

This Was The Mary (Gerald Holdsworth, producer; Art Mayer) color-19m-(Treasury Of Travels)-July 1968

Thoroughly Bred (John Crowther) color-10?m-(Sports in Action?)-September 1967

Those Athletic Girls (Edward F. Cline & Hampton Del Ruth) bw/silent-2 reels-(Louise Fazenda, Jack Cooper, Laura La Varnie & others)-March 24, 1918

Those Blues (---) bw-6m-(1-reel Act [Vincent Lopez’ Orchestra])-© May 26, 1932 Straightforward orchestra performance of "St. Louis Blues"

Those Distant Cousins (Briggs Pictures- John William Kelette) bw/silent-1 reel-(Days Of Real Sport By Briggs [John & Rosemary Carr])-© December 13, 1919

Those We Love (Ted Lloyd, producer; Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner)-June 8, 1941 Jimmy Fiddler presents radio personalities like Nan Grey, Richard Cromwell, Donald Woods & others

Thou Shalt Not (Howard Bretherton & Max E. Hayes) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Billy House])-April 29, 1931 (Variety review) A roadside waiter interfers with two philandering couples. With Cliff Hall & Joan Blair.

Three Bears On A Boat (John A. Haeseler & Justin Herman; narrator: Joe Laurie Jr.) bw-10m-(Paragraphic Varieties [#1009])-© August 20, 1943

Three Kings And A Queen (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner [Vincent Lopez])-April 5, 1939  Singers Barry  Wood, Dick Todd and Del Casino, and Betty Hutton in a jitterbug version of "Where Has My Little Dog Gone."

Three Kisses (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© October 7, 1955 (Academy Award Nominee)  Fairly conventional sports reel about Irish hurling, narrated by one with the accent.

Three Little Swigs (Phil L. Ryan, producer;  Arvid Gillstrom) bw-20m-(Leon Errol)-November 10, 1933  Leon tries to stay sober at his own anniversary party. With Vernon Dent & Lita Chevret.

Three Marvelous Matsuri (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-Nov 26, 1917 Japanese tour

Three Parts Of Gaul (John Savage) color-9m-(Travel Adventure)-© July 1, 1966

Three To Be Served (---) bw-27m-(instructional film)-1945 Made for the National Associates of Manufacturers

Three Wishes (Douglas Sinclair) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© April 9, 1954

Thru Canadian Canyons (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 19, 1917

The Tide Rises (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-June 13, 1930

Tight Places (Al Christie Film- William Holland) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Frances Lee])-March 9, 1929

Timber Athletes (Jack Eaton & Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© September 11, 1942

Timing Is Everything (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) Cinecolor-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-March 20, 1942 (completed ’41) Includes jugglers like Howard Nichols, Val Stetz and drummerette Betty Atkinson

Tito Schipa (Joseph Santley) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act)-July 27, 1929

Tito Schipa: Concert #2 (---) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act)-May 24, 1930

To The Summit Of Mt. Hood (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 30, 1917 Covers Oregon's popular ski resort area

To The Winner (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© July 7, 1950

Today In Samoa (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 10, 1918  (filmed July '17)

Toddles (Charles Mintz- Hal Sintzenich) bw/silent-2 reels-(Charles Mintz Novelty [Buddy the dog])-October 7, 1927 (Motion Picture News review)

Tokyo, The Metropolis (Burton Holmes) bw/s-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 22, 1917

Toledo And Segovia (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 28, 1921

The Tonga Isles (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 14, 1918  (filmed July '17)

Tongue Tied (Mort Blumenstock) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Lulu McConnell])-December 3, 1930 (Variety review) Marital dispute in a hunting lodge with the wife doing all of the talking.

Tons Of Trouble (Walton Butterfield) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Rudy Muller])-January 2, 1931 A boy smuggles an elephant home

Too Many Highballs (Mack Sennett, producer; Clyde Bruckman) bw-20m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-February 10, 1933 (filmed December ’32) Lloyd Hamilton plays Harold Hobbs trying to get rid of his wife's (Marjorie Beebe's) family (Aggie Herring & Tom Dugan) by spiking booze (to encourage brother-in-law to find an employer!) with castor oil.

Toothaches And Heartaches (Paramount Famous Players-Lasky) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-December 3, 1917

Top Figure Champs (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin; narrator: Bill Stern) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 1, 1949 Gustave Lussi presents several famous skaters

Top Flight Tumblers (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© January 2, 1951 (completed ’50) Gymnastics reel

Top Form (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 6, 1935 Covers an assortment: swimming, baseball & golf

Top Notes (Walton Butterfield) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Willy Robyn])-March 21, 1931

Torrid Tampico (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 25, 1921

Touchdown Highlights (Justin Herman; narrator: Ward Wilson) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-August 20, 1954 Review of the ’53 football season.

Touchdown Review (Ted Husing [?]) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-December 22, 1940

Toys (Ray Cozine) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [The Ormonde Sisters])-June 28, 1930

Trading Blows (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© February 13, 1943 (completed ’42) Jack Dempsey, Tommy Loughran and Spike Webb contribue to the war effort

Traffic Regulations (Fred Fleck) bw-6m-(1-reel Act [Donald Ogden Stewart])-March 16, 1929 Citizen Stewart discusses NYC traffic n a humorous lecture.

Trail Breakers (Justin Herman; narrator: Bill Slater) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© April 24, 1944  Huskies and other dogs are trained.

Trail Ride (Cinema Pictures; Robert Hinkle) Technicolor & Techniscope-21m-(Travel Adventure)-© July 1, 1966

Travelin' Alone (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-October 4, 1929 Hoboes rest near a water hole. Music played “Come On ou Seven” & “Frankie & Johnny”

Treatin’ ‘Em Rough (Sennett Comedies- Fred Jackman) bw/silent-2 reels-(Louise Fazenda, Joseph Belmont, Patrick Kelly, Edgar Kennedy & others)-September 3, 1919

Trees (Robert C. Bruce) Technicolor-9m-(Musical Romance [Earl Covert & Tudor Williams])-March 19, 1937 Earl is tenor and Tudor bass as Technicolor footage of trees is shown in tribute to Joyce Kilmer's poem

A Trip Through The Paramount Studio (---) bw/silent-1 reel-August 1927

A Trip To Paramountown (Jack Cunningham) bw/silent-1 reel-July 10, 1922

A Trip To The Jenolan Caves Of Australia (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 14, 1918

Tropical Nassau (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(travel Picture)-August 20, 1917 In the Bahamas (likely filmed 1915)

Tropical Serenade (Billy Daniel) Technicolor-19m-(Musical Parade [Sally Rawlinson, Kenny O’Morrison & Margaret Field])-August 6, 1948

The Trouble With Husbands (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Robert Benchley)-November 8, 1940 Benchley hassles wife Ruth Lee in the kitchen and fails with groceries.

A Troublesome Trip (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies)-October 30, 1916

Truckee, California Stages The First Sweepstake Dog Race Outside Of Alaska (---) bw/silent-1 reel-© July 15, 1915

Try And Catch Me (Justin Herman; narrator: Red Barber) bw-9m-(Headliners)-February 14, 1947 (completed ’46)  The adventures of a raccoon.

Trying To Get Along (Sennett Comedies- F. Richard Jones) bw/silent-2 reels-(Charles Murray, Charlotte Mineau, Kalla Pasha, James Finlayson & others)-July 6, 1919

Tumble Bugs (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-May 14, 1943  Instructions on how to avoid sports injury, featuring toddlers in sports and navy recruits learning tumbling.

Tumbling Jamboree (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-9m-(Sportlight)-© May 13, 1955 Trapeze reel.

Tuna (Claude Hammond, producer; Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-December 3, 1939 Fishing in the South Pacific

The Tune Detective (Mort Blumenstock) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Dr. Sigmund Spaeth])-April 25, 1931 Two composers debate in a future court hearing over ownership. The professor clears their debate.

Turbaned Tommies (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 15, 1918

Turn Him Loose (Al Christie Film- Frank Conklin) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Bobby Vernon])-March 16, 1929

 

A 1925 reissue of Teak Logging With Elephants (filmed by Herford T. Cowling in 1918)

 



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The Twentieth Amendment (Ray Cozine) bw-21m-(2-reel Act [Jack Haley])-October 26, 1930 (Film Daily review) A guy finds a different wife for each day of the week. Starring with Haley are Evelyn Hoey (as "Sunday's best"), Daniel Kussell & Franklyn Ardell

Twenty Horses (Al Ray) bw-20m-(2-reel Act [Ford Sterling])-December 19, 1931 Well reviewed 2-reeler with Sterling as an office manager trying to solve a riddle proposed by a clerk of his, along with other workers getting obsessed with crossword puzzles and figuring out how to get 20 horses into a stall. Puzzle solving gets to be a big production later involving police and taxi chases.

Twin Riding Champs (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 1, 1954

Two A.M. (Ray Cozine) bw-9m-(1-reel Act [Tom Howard])-May 2, 1931 Tom plays the worst burglar assistant imaginable, asking the owners of a safe for the combination and even getting chummy with the cop arresting him

Two Americans (John Meehan) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Walter Houston & William Crane])-June 1, 1929 Houston plays Abraham Lincoln and Crane plays Ulysses S. Grant. Also cast are Sarah Edwards and yet-to-be-a-director John Huston.

Two Boys And A Dog (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-December 13, 1938  Two Montana ranch boys use their camera in the wild.

Two Cities Of Old Cathay (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 19, 1918

Two Ends Of The Rope (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 8, 1918

Two Is Company (---) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Marion Harris])-February 7, 1931

Two Little Chinese Maids (Joseph Santley) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Anna Chang & Hatsu Kuma])-February 9, 1929

Two Of A Kind (narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© March 22, 1940 Covers sporty pairs: the Rideout Twins, the New York Rangers' Patricks, Harvard's Brickley sons of Charles Brickley, the Rudd brothers & the Hopkins sisters in swimming, Ken & Walt Wilhelm in archery, boxers the Hogues and Joe DiMaggio and Dominick

Two Tough Tenderfeet (Sennett Comedies- F. Richard Jones) bw/silent-2 reels-(Ben Turpin & others)-June 1, 1918

Two Worlds Of Scandanavia (John Savage) color-9m-(High Topper Special)-© November 1, 1964

Two’s Company (Howard Betherton) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Marion Harris])-January 3, 1931 (Motion Pictue Heralsd) (filmed '30) Marion is awoken from her slumber to sing "Take Me, I'm Yours" and "If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight"

Uncle Jack (Hubbie’s Vacation) (Mack Sennett, producer; Edward F. Cline) bw-20m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-May 5, 1933 Mishaps of a couple (Eddie Nugent & Joan Marsh) on a vacation at a country house run by a nutty uncle and aunt (Billy Bevan & Marjorie Beebe). Grady Sutton also stars.

Uncle Sam, Salvager (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-November 16, 1919

Uncle Tom Without The Cabin (Sennett Comedies- Ray Hunt) bw/silent-2 reels-(Ben Turpin & others)-September 21, 1919

Uncommon Sense (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© January 29, 1954 (completed ’53) Profiles animal IQ: police dogs and hand-fed carp are highlighted.

Under Cuban Skies (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 30, 1921 Reissued by M.J. Winkler in 1924

Under White Sails (Justin Herman; narrator: Ray Morgan) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© February 28, 1947 (completed ’46)  Covers yacht clubs in New York and New England.

Underneath The Broadway Moon (Fred Waller) bw-11m-(Headliner [Isham Jones & His Orchestra])-June 29, 1934 Isham Jones covers a medley of hits with his orchestra as Vera Van and the Eton Boys provide vocals

The Undertakers (Chilton Films [UK co-production]- Brian Cummins) color-29m-(Comedy Special with Bernard Cribbins & Wilfrid Brambell)-November 1969

An Underwater Romance (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© January 29, 1937 (completed ’36) Florida wedding with "mermaids"

The Unemployed Ghost (Aubrey Scotto & Max E. Hayes; script: Marc Connelly & Russell Crouse) bw-20m-(2-reel Act [Tom Howard])-December 12, 1931 Tom & buddy visit a hotel haunted by a zany ghost who socializes quite a bit with him

The Unhappy Finish (Sennett Comedies- James Davis) bw/silent-2 reels-(Charles Murray & Ford Sterling)-February 20, 1921

Unusual Occupations L7-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Cinecolor-10m-© August 6, 1937 Le Roy Prinz, Paramount's choreographer, selects dancers for ARTISTS AND MODELS ABROAD (1938). Also: "world's only lady tattooist"; a sand artist; a Mexican woman makes souvenirs from dressed-up fleas; a golf ball retriever; a barber who "fixes" black eyes; a skywriter. 

Unusual Occupations L7-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Cinecolor-11m-© October 8, 1937 Sole resident of Rhyolite, Nevada sells sun-tinted glass. Also: worm farming; woman teaches welding; Mexican artist paints bulls, matadors; making of miniature furniture, custom mannequins; training movie dogs.

Unusual Occupations L7-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Cinecolor-11m-© December 10, 1937 Tucson’s Edith Holbert skins rattlesnakes, 'Earl Snyder' runs a short railroad line in Ohio, a baker sculpts famous figures with bread, Long Beach (California) sim pools get vacuumed, facial contortionist Alan O'Brien performs and the Gainesville, Texas circus performs. 

Unusual Occupations L7-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony) Magnacolor-10m-© February 11, 1938  Includes art forgery / seahorse art / stagecoach collector

Unusual Occupations L7-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Cinecolor-11m-© April 15, 1938 Gold leaf makers; a backpack librarian; female chimney sweep; hand book maker; dentist becomes artist in leather; a collector of antique underwear, which is modeled; the feeder at a New York insect zoo. 

Unusual Occupations L7-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-11m-© June 10, 1938 Actor Reginald Denny makes practical miniature airplanes; rich Texas couple run amateur circus; butterfly jewel & wishbone keep sake makers; woman teaches jujitsu; in London, palace guards, button-suited coster. 

Unusual Occupations L8-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Cinecolor-11m-© August 5, 1938 Features Hollywood specialists who model legs or hands, train farm animals, throw knives. Also, a bloodhound trainer, armadillo farmer, and in London, a basket balancer and a unique wake-up caller.

Unusual Occupations L8-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Cinecolor-10m-© October 7, 1938 Includes Jeanne Kavanagh, only secretary authorized to sign the U.S. President's name. Also: a female North Woods guide; the slingshot champion of the world; a personal fire department; Edgar Bergen at home, and Virginia Austin who sculpted Mortimer Snerd for him.

Unusual Occupations L8-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Cinecolor-10m-© December 2, 1938 Profiles fish-net clothing, Mexico City metal sculpting, tobacco sack quilts, English roof thatching, Madame Tussand’s Wax Museum and actor Warren William’s talent for "gadgeteering".

Unusual Occupations L8-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Cinecolor-11m-© February 3, 1939 Actor Lucien Little field designs rubber prosthesis make-up; western star Buck Jones collects antique autos & designs his own. Also, royal newsboy; string saver; baton twirling school; artificial flower maker.

Unusual Occupations L8-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Cinecolor-10m-© April 14, 1939 Profiles scribble fortune-telling, a human skeleton salesman, old fashion town cryer, hand sculpture and costuming with lead actress Jean Parker.

Unusual Occupations L8-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Cinecolor-10m-© June 16, 1939 Profiles Macey’s Thanksgiving Parade, an armless basket-weaver, a Shakespearean sculptor, Hawaiian poolside pedicuresa silk portrait artist from South Africa and the world’s first flying hospital.

Unusual Occupations L9-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Cinecolor-10m-© October 13, 1939 Profiles a lady rancher, Damascus sword making, trash paintings, Javanese railroad safety guard, miniature furnature and a World War museum.

Unusual Occupations L9-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Cinecolor-10m-© November 17, 1939 Profiles a traveling dentist, sand painting, London’s urban dairy farm, Amish farm life and Charles Ruggel’s dog kennels.

Unusual Occupations L9-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Cinecolor-10m-© January 19, 1940 (completed ’39) Profiles a second Noah’s Ark, cellophane straw art, pearl fishing, gourd novelties, and treasure hunting stunt pilot.

Unusual Occupations L9-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman; narrator: Ken Carpenter, Stella Camden, Doris DeGreen, William Parker Lyon, Cyril Paxton & Bertha Walker) Cinecolor-11m-© March 22, 1940 Features lady skilled at puncjing bags, restoring damaged money, painting on spider webs; Royal Basket Makers & an Old West memorabilia collector.

Unusual Occupations L9-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Cinecolor-11m-© May 31, 1940 Features “trash” art / stamp wholesaler / batik making in Java; Gene Autry’s horses

Unusual Occupations L9-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Cinecolor-10m-© August 2, 1940 Features a lady dog sled trainer, welded figurines, US Currency Redemption Bureau, a miniature navy, watch-making and auto gyro operation.

Unusual Occupations L-0-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-11m-© September 27, 1940 Texas’ Enid Justin makes cowboy boots, a St. Louis, Missouri resident Jarros builds match model houses, typist art created by Julius Nelson, Nancy Allen of Cedar Hill (Rhode Island) runs her fire department and a talented penguin pet of T. Luxman of Hermosa Beach, California.

Unusual Occupations L-0-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-11m-© November 29, 1940 Profiles a chewing gum painter, White Sands National Monument, a pants puller-upper, an embroidery man and beavers.

Unusual Occupations L-0-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Cinecolor-11m-© January 24, 1941 (completed ’40) Mayor Ab Jenkins of Salt Lake City, holder of auto speed records. Also: a mattress walker; makers of "personality" paper dolls, a large- scale miniature village, giant bubbles, and a mechanical elephant.

Unusual Occupations L-0-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-11m-© March 28, 1941 Profiles crown jewel reproductions, embroidery paintings, hand-made locomotives, a traveling beauty parlor, a female bullfighter and comic strip art.

Unusual Occupations L-0-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© May 30, 1941 Features the inventor of a popular self-kicking machine; growing pumpkins in sculpted forms; artificial roses made from egg membranes; a miniature painter; John Barrymore's trophy collection.

Unusual Occupations L-0-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© August 1, 1941 Profiles a miniature circus, hand-made guns, the most photographed woman in the world, a women’s hair collector and the world’s biggest outdoor aquarium.

Unusual Occupations L-1-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-9m-© October 3, 1941 Theodor 'Dr. Seuss' Geisel making models of his fictitious beasts. Also: airline stewardess testing; the world typing speed champion. 

Unusual Occupations L-1-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-December 12, 1941  Belle Benchley, director of San Diego Zoo. Also: a motorboat stunt driver; a trick-shooting couple; world's biggest goldfish farm; a cobbler who makes musical instruments from leather and bone. 

Unusual Occupations L-1-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© February 27, 1942 (completed '41) Profiles wind gadgets, twinle watts, Renaissance kid, Shetland ponies, cactus dresses and Amos & Andy.

Unusual Occupations L-1-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© April 15, 1942 Covers circus performers / noon gun / fuller brush man / old playing records

Unusual Occupations L-1-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© June 26, 1942 Covers a diving horse / shaving mug colector / fish scale jewelry / Navy deep sea diving training

Unusual Occupations L-1-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-11m-© August 26, 1942 Covers: Rio de Janeiro skyway Tram / cigar store Indians / flag factory / 3-d caricature artist / lady artillery testers

Unusual Occupations L-2-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter, George J. Keller & Grace MacDonald) Magnacolor-10m-© October 9, 1942 Underwater tourism at Silver Springs, Florida; streetcar book mobile; pinwheel hobbyist; garments from cactus spines; 6-year-old skating and bowling champ; art professor trains circus animals in his spare time. 

Unusual Occupations L-2-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-11m-© December 4, 1942 The Dionne Quintuplets (age 8) and their family revisited. Also: Ohio men sculpt in tinfoil and whittle a Rube Goldberg machine; woman runs ice business; Billy Schultz trains circus performers in Wisconsin.

Unusual Occupations L-2-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-11m-© February 12, 1943 (completed ’42) Profiles wooden animals, toupees made of horse hair, buggy making, Brazilian hammocks and Canada’s Women Army Corps.

Unusual Occupations L-2-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© April 30, 1943 In this episode, vacationing circus people; Canada's parliamentary gunner; a specialist in retrieving swallowed and inhaled objects; Brazilian brush and duster makers; restoring Edison wax records.

Unusual Occupations L-2-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-11m-© Jul 9, 1943 Profiles a female diving horse trainer, shaving mugs, fish scale jewelry and Navy deep sea diving.

Unusual Occupations L-2-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor -11m-September 17, 1943 Profiles Rio de Janeiro’s skyway tram, cigar store Indian restorer, flag factory, 3-D characatures.

Unusual Occupations L-3-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-11m-© November 17, 1943 Profiles Brazilian dolls, falcon training, miniatures inside lightbulbs and women ferry pilots.

Unusual Occupations L-3-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-11m-© January 7, 1944 (completed ’43) Profiles Native Americans in the war, a scrap metal sculptress, the punting parson, teenage dress design, crochet man and female evacuation squad.

Unusual Occupations L-3-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-11m-© March 3, 1944 (completed ’43) Profiles history of spaghetti, woman parachutist, Kentucky whittler, Chinese telephone exchange, candle making and navy fire fighters.

Unusual Occupations L-3-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter, Roger Johnson & Madeline Stone) Magnacolor-11m-© May 5, 1944 On the work of bush pilots, Brazilian goatherds, a traditional Chinese pharmacist, bicycle collector, ice sculptor, Army physiology research.

Unusual Occupations L-3-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-11m-© June 23, 1944 Profiles a children’s zoo, model guns, horse hats, mosaic mirror art and ski troopers.

Unusual Occupations L-3-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-11m-© September 1, 1944 Profiles an Argentine gaucho, a Korean self-portrait statue, wax food, steer horn combs and wartime use for spider webs.

Unusual Occupations L-4-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© October 30, 1944 Making of The Great Gildersleeve radio show, featuring 'sound effects girls.' Also, making personal 'crests'; an alligator farm; home maker of fishing tackle; orchid growing in Java; buggy industry in Brazil.

 

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Unusual Occupations L-4-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-January 12, 1945 (completed ’44) The Photo-WACS of the U.S. Army Air Force; an Indian artist in New Mexico; an Argentinian sculptor works in root wood; a barber shaves customers with a sharp axe; a man makes models of buggies and wagons.

Unusual Occupations L-4-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© March 9, 1945 (completed ’44) Profiles Bill Burnham the sculptor, clocks, Canadian tunnels, Tiny Town and pin-up girls.

Unusual Occupations L-4-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© May 8, 1945 Disney animator Ward Kimball shows off his trains and Mexican cliff divers show their skill. Also llamas and fish scale art are shown.

Unusual Occupations L-4-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter, Paul Garver & Mary Leisure) Magnacolor-10m-© July 13, 1945 Kites for naval gunnery targets; underwater artists; a worm farmer; a collector of miniature, working objects; a priest makes postage stamp mosaics; giants and midgets working at Douglas Aircraft. 

Unusual Occupations L-4-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© September 14, 1945 Profiles a rock garden, quartermaster metals, river barber chair, wooden shoes, a commando knife maker and a lady fight promoter.

Unusual Occupations L-5-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© November 9, 1945 A Chicago hatter makes high-fashion hats from household objects; a collector of antique horse cars and autos; salmon fishing with horses in Oregon; hobbyists make palatial birdhouses and a clockwork movie set.

Unusual Occupations L-5-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© January 4, 1946 (completed ’45) Profiles Braille Institute, artist of Cape Cod driftwood and Sterling Holloway gives baking tips.

Unusual Occupations L-5-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© February 25, 1946 (completed ’45) Profiles Consumer’s Institute, the Beachcombers (Hedleys), a sculptress and Sanake River mailman

Unusual Occupations L-5-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-11m-© May 8, 1946 An orange grower has a private observatory for comet hunting. Also: Canadian mountaineer trains children; one man makes cactus furniture, another agate knicknacks, another toothpick models. Actress Cass Daley is shown reconditioning antiques. 

Unusual Occupations L-5-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© July 5, 1946 Hedda Hopper with her hat collection; an artist who creates portraits in inlaid wood; O.C. Lightner, editor/publisher of Hobbies magazine; a woman who sculpts hobby horses. 

Unusual Occupations L-5-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© August 30, 1946 Includes segment on Bob Burns and costume jewelry.

Unusual Occupations L-6-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© October 4, 1946 An American monk builds a miniature city. Also: a seashell doll maker, Seminole canoe maker, and Swedish autogiro pilot. 

Unusual Occupations L-6-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© February 14, 1947 (completed ’46) Profiles wood characatures, a Japanese hair dresser, old patent models and Swedish glass.

Unusual Occupations L-6-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© March 15, 1947 (completed ’46) Covers GI hobbies, fly tying, a mayor’s hobbies and angora modes.

Unusual Occupations L-6-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter, Norman Maness, Pierce Miller, Cecil North, Clara North & Guy North) Magnacolor-10m-© May 2, 1947 A Tucson family makes 'desert dioramas' from local materials. Farmer collects horse-drawn vehicles; an ivory portrait carver; armadillo farming. Lead story, "The Stunt Girl" missing from some prints.

Unusual Occupations L-6-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-11m-© July 4, 1947 A traditional knife carver in Swedish Lapland; an artist on stainless steel; professional shell collectors in Florida; jet plane engineers make and race midget jet-powered cars.

Unusual Occupations L-6-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-11m-© September 15, 1947 A daisy grower invents tinted daisies; a woman makes 3-D seaweed art; featuring Gail Patrick's Enchanted Cottage, a sort of high-fashion boutique for children of the stars, many of whom appear (Candice Bergen & Mia Farrow).

Unusual Occupations L-7-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© November 7, 1947 Profiles modern Robin Hoods, lucite patterns and hula magic.

Unusual Occupations L-7-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© January 2, 1948 (completed ’47) Profiles peanut dolls, a blind horseman, palm thread creations and bagpipes.

Unusual Occupations L-7-3: Modern Pioneers (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© February 13, 1948 (completed ‘47) Features Roy Rogers.

Unusual Occupations L-7-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© April 16, 1948 (completed ’47) Features Richard E. Bishop, wildfowl photographer and artist. Also: curios and jewelry made from seashells in Acapulco; a mail-order glass eye company; Bob Kelly of Hollywood, doll/puppet clothes designer.

Unusual Occupations L-7-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© May 14, 1948 Profiles paintings using sand and leather, balloon animals and feather finery.

Unusual Occupations L-7-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© August 3, 1948 Includes aerial hot rods

Unusual Occupations L-8-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© November 26, 1948 Billy Glass, a bandleader who makes his own transparent instruments. Also: an Apache traditional dance teacher; a zoo animal nursemaid; a maker of American "Dresden china" dolls. 

Unusual Occupations L-8-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© March 11, 1949 (completed ’48) Profiles cricket bats, Mexican reed weaving, history of shoes, paper mache dogs and a flying grandmother.

Unusual Occupations L-8-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; ed: William Faris; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter, Richard E. Bishop & Bob Kelly) Magnacolor-10m-© March 11, 1949 (completed ’48) Features the 'flying pole' dancers of Veracruz, Mexico. Also, woman makes coal-clinker statuettes; the Chicago Muzzle-Loaders Club; senior women's crew boating; making bamboo wind-instrument reeds.

Unusual Occupations L-8-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Magnacolor-10m-© April 15, 1949 (completed ’48) Profiles tailor for bullfights, billy clocks, sewing machine portraits, bloodhound training and sky-writing.

Unusual Occupations L-8-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; ed: William Faris; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter, Richard E. Bishop & Bob Kelly) Magnacolor-10m-© June 3, 1949 Flying grandmother

Unusual Occupations L-8-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; ed: William Faris; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Ken Carpenter, Richard E. Bishop & Bob Kelly) Magnacolor-10m-© July 15, 1949 Features a sky rider

Up And Down  (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Del Lord) bw-21m-(Phil L. Ryan All-Star [Franklin Pangborn, Mary Kornman, Edgar Norton & others])-© February 28, 1934

Up And Down The Pasig River: The Filipino Thames (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 17, 1916 (filmed spring ’13) A trip from Laguna de Bay 15 miles near Manila and the villages along the way, with plenty of water buffalo.

Up In Alf’s Place (Sennett Comedies- F. Richard Jones) bw/silent-20m-(Charles Murray, Charlotte Mineau, Fanny Kelly, James Finlayson & others)-November 8, 1919

Up Popped The Ghost (Mack Sennett, producer; Babe Stafford) bw-20m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-July 22, 1932 (filmed May) Cab driver Franklin Pangborn helps Marjorie Kane find a fortune in her old homestead, haunted by ghost Mark Swain. Also Harry Bowen & Bobby Dunn featured. The plot was borrowed from an earlier 1929 comedy TAXI SPOOKS and later adapted for a Three Stooges comedy SHIVERING SHERLOCKS (Columbia).

Up The Upper Parana (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 6, 1919 Tropical Brazil

Up-Country In Siam (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 18, 1920 Filmed by Herford T. Cowling in 1918

The Upper Nile (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 11, 1916 Egyptian footage: 1906

Ups And Downs (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© May 4, 1956 (completed ’55) Various clips of mountain climbing and riding the rapids

Up-To-Date Manila (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 14, 1919

Vacation Waves (Al Christie Film- Nicholas T. Barrows) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Duane Thompson, Aileen Manning & Edward Everett Horton])-September 18, 1928

Vancouver & Victoria (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 26, 1917

Vesuvius In Eruption (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 30, 1916 Footage from one decade earlier

Via Express (Howard Bretheron) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Tom Howard])-July 4, 1931 A janitor must deliver a vase for a socialite

Victims (Jenny & Co. - Alan Blake) Eastmancolor-30m-(Drama with Angela Morant, Warren Clarke, Adam Bareham, Wayne Brooks, Winnie Holman & others)-1979

Victory Mountain Park (Post Pictures- W.A. Van Scoy) bw/silent-1 reel-(Post Nature Picture)-© December 8, 1920

Video Hounds (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-August 5, 1949 (Completed '48, held over)  A canine TV audience.

The Village Chestnut (Sennett Comedies- Raymond Griffith & Walter Wright) bw/silent-2 reels-(Chester Conklin, Louise Fazenda, Myrtle Lind & others)-December 29, 1918

The Village Smithy (Sennett Comedies- F. Richard Jones) bw/silent-2 reels-(Louise Fazenda, Chester Conklin, James Finlayson, Kalla Pasha & others)-March 9, 1919

Virginia City Centennial (Cinema Pictures; Robert Hinkle; narrator: Chill Wills) Technicolor & Techniscope-10m-(Travel Adventure)-© April 1, 1966 Held in Montana in 1963

A Visit To A Peruvian Coffee Plantation (Paramount Travel Pictures #28) (H.D. Blauvelt) bw/silent-1 reel-© October 13, 1915

Visiting The Sultan Of Sulu (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 5, 1916 (filmed spring ’13) His capital in the Phillippines is small but he enjoys many American sports like baseball. Also Mister Holmes is shown greeting Datto Diki-Diki, a Moro resident only four feet high.

VistaVision Visits Austria (Carl Dudley, producer; Richard Goldstone; narrator: Art Gilmore) Technicolor & VistaVision-10m-(Traveltalk)-October 5, 1956

VistaVision Visits Gibralter (Carl Dudley, producer; Edwin Olsen) Technicolor & VistaVision-10m-(Traveltalk)-March 3, 1956 (completed ’55)

VistaVision Visits Hawaii (James Fitzpatrick) Technicolor & VistaVision-17m-(Traveltalk)-July 1, 1955

VistaVision Visits Japan (James Fitzpatrick) Technicolor & VistaVision-16m-(Traveltalk)-August 12, 1955

VistaVision Visits Mexico (James Fitzpatrick) Technicolor & VistaVision-17m-(Traveltalk)-April 29, 1955 (completed ’54)

VistaVision Visits Norway (James Fitzpatrick) Technicolor & VistaVision-17m-(Traveltalk)-October 14, 1954 First of a series of VistaVision travelogues, released with WHITE CHRISTMAS. Excellent photography in these (often superior to the CinemaScope reels made by studio rivals) but not many were made and the narration could be stiff.

VistaVision Visits Panama (Carl Dudley) Technicolor & VistaVision-10m-(Traveltalk)-June 29, 1956

VistaVision Visits Spain (James Fitzpatrick) Technicolor & VistaVision-17m-(Traveltalk)-December 1955

VistaVision Visits Sun Trails (Jack Eaton, camera: Russell T. Ervin, Ernest Corts & George Dye) Technicolor & VistaVision-16m-(Traveltalk)-May 25, 1955 (completed ’54)  Tour of Arizona and Colorado.

Vital Subjects (Joseph Santley) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Charles Butterworth])-June 8, 1929 A professor makes a comic dinner speech

Voice Of Gladness (Post Pictures- W.A. Van Scoy) bw/silent-1 reel-(Post Nature Picture)-© August 15, 1919

Voices Of Lonely Men (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-April 18, 1930

Waiting For Baby (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Robert Benchley)-January 24, 1941 (completed ’40) Benchley demonstrates tha the expectant father never gets the same attention as the mother.

Walk In The Deep (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© June 17, 1955 Covers sponge collecting.

Walking The Baby (Aubrey Scotto) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [George Burns & Gracie Allen])-© May 11, 1933 Street-sweeper George flirts with a pretty, but dizzy, nursemaid in the park. Incorporates Burns & Allen's vaudeville "dizzy" routine.

Walls Tell Tales (Al Christie Film- Edmund Lawrence) bw/silent-2 reels-(Madge Kennedy, Roland Young, Efrem Zimbalist)-August 4, 1928

The Wandering Wind (Bookasta-Higbie; George Bookasta) color-20m-(Special)-© December 31, 1964

The Wanderlust (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-April 5, 1930 Father puts his son to sleep with tune "Sweet and Low" Features Otto Fries, Anna Chance, William Gillsepie & Billy Watson Jr.

War Women Of England (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 16, 1919 (filmed July 1918)

Watch Your Neighbor (Sennett Comedies- Victor Heerman & Hampton Del Ruth) bw/silent-20m-(Charles Murray, Wayland Trask, Mary Thurman & others)-February 10, 1918 An undertaker fools around with his business partner's wife.

Watch Your Step! (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© July 7, 1939 Covers a variety of animals in motion

Watching The Wayans (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© December 12, 1921

Water Bugs (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Billy Dooley])-February 4, 1928

Water Jamboree (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice Sports Eye-View)-© September 15, 1932

Water Jockey Hi-Jinks (Jack Eaton narrator: Ward Wilson) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 7, 1951 Features Bruce Parker of Amityville (Long Island NY)

The Water Lure (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© September 20, 1933

Water Rodeo (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© August 23, 1934 (Film Daily review) Aquaplane stunts and outboard racing in Winter Haven (Florida)

Water Speed (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 21, 1949 Swim reel

Water Swimphony (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 18, 1953 Filmed at Florida State University

Water, Water Everywhere (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 31, 1937 Another visit to Winter Haven, Florida

Waters Of Bangkok (Mel London) Eastmancolor-10m-(Travelrama)-© December 18, 1961 Thailand tour

Way Out West In Florida (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© October 5, 1951 Cattle ranching in the Sunshine State

Way Up And Way Out (Gold Dolphin - J. Hans Pederson) color-9m-(Travel Adventure)-© December 31, 1966

 

 

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We Refuse To Die (Office Of War Information [William C. Thomas]- William Pine) bw-14m-(War Activities Committee)-October 22, 1942 (Academy Award Nominee) Poetic homage to fallen Lidice in Czechoslovakia.

Weak But Willing (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw-18m-(Christie Comedy [Will King, Dot Farley & Billy Bevan])-December 14, 1929 A tired businessman struggles to get a meal at home

Wedding Bells Out Of Tune (Sennett Comedies- Malcolm St. Clair) bw/silent-2 reels-(Lige Conley, Louise Fazenda & others)-March 6, 1921

Wedding Wows (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Bobby Vernon])-October 22, 1927

A Wee Bit O' Scotch (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-February 7, 1930

Wee Ones Of Japan (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 23, 1918 (filmed August '17)

Wee Water Wonders (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ward Wilson) Technicolor-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-July 10, 1953 (Academy Award Nominee)  Profiles the youth swim classes at Lissa Bengtsen School of California.

Welcome, Little Stranger (Town & Country Films- Earl Metcalfe) bw/silent-2 reels-(James Montgomery Flagg Comedy)-© May 1, 1919

Wellington And The North Island Of New Zealand (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 22, 1918 (filmed April 1917)

West Point Athletes (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© November 1, 1963

Western Sketches (Robert C. Bruce) Technicolor-10m-(Musical Romance)-November 20 1936 An old prospector fiondly remembers the past as an orchestra plays

The Wet Memorandum (Homer Groening) Technicolor-11m-(Here's Homer)-© June 19, 1968

What A Picnic (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© September 7, 1945 Shot at Florida's Wakulla Springs underwater

What Do I Care? (Monte Brice) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Moss & Frye])-September 21, 1929

What Is “It”? (Joseph Santley) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Elinor Glynn])-February 16, 1929

What Makes A Champion? (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-11m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© August 2, 1933

What Price Air (Aubrey Scotto) bw-19m-(2-reel Act [Tom Howard])-June 24, 1932 Antics at a train station wih Tom holding up the ticket booth line and easily talked into changing his destinations. Also the porter gives him new wardrobes and gets stuck with a child (different race).

What Price Pants? (Casey Robinson) bw-18m-(2-reel Act [Joe Smith & Charlie Dale])-Aug 22, 1931 One of the duo's best comedies, set at a pants presser shop with Smith as the greedy owner and Dale as the underpaid worker. Eventually Dale dreams of a NYC where pants are "illegal".

What’s Lacrosse (Justin Herman; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© August 15, 1941 Traces the sport to the Cherokees of the Smoky Mountains

What’s The Answer? (Jack Eaton; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-December 20, 1935 (Film Daily review) Quiz short

What's Wrong Here? (Justin Herman; narrator: Ward Wilson) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-April 30, 1954 (completed ’53) Find the movie mistakes

When Caesar Ran A Newspaper (Al Christie Film- Walter Graham) bw-20m-(Christie Comedy [Sam Hardy, Raymond Hatton, Betty Lorraine, Maude Truax & Carl Stockdale])-May 11, 1929 Marc Anthony is a tabloid reporter with dancer Cleopatra

When East Meets Vest (Casey Robinson & Max E. Hayes) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Joe Smith & Charlie Dale])-November 28, 1931 Two New Yorkers buy a haunted ranch out west

When Love Is Blind (Sennett Comedies- Edward F. Cline) bw/silent-2 reels-(Ben Turpin & others)-May 11, 1919

When Nature Smiles (Post Pictures- W.A. Van Scoy) bw/silent-1 reel-(Post Nature Picture)-© August 23, 1919

Where Cactus Grows (Jack Eaton) Technicolor-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© March 15, 1944 Color travelogue of the southwest

Where Champions Meet (Justin Herman; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-9m-(Paragraphic)-January 8, 1937 (completed '36) Visits Madison Square Garden

Where Everybody Rides (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 5, 1954 Covers the bicycle race of Tour de France beginning in Holland.

Where Snow Is King (Justin Herman; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-February 5, 1937 Visiting Zermatt in the Swiss Alps

Where’s That Tiger? (---) bw-8m-(Headliner [Borrah Minevitch and his Harmonica Rascals])-December 22, 1933 Amusing musical comedy with the integrated novelty band (who also made some nifty shorties for Warner Bros. too) battling their peace-and-quiet seeking landlord

While The Captain Waits (Ray Cozine) bw-8m-(1-reel Act [Armida])-November 8, 1930 A Spanish entertainer falls for a guy in steerage on an ocean liner while performing musical numbers.

The White Elephant Militant (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-November 9, 1919 More Burma by Herford T. Cowling (1918)

White Rhapsody (Jack Eaton & Russell Ervin; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© May 4, 1945 (Academy Award Nominee)  Skiing with Swiss-America champ Hans Tharner.

Who's Who In Animaland (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-December 27, 1944 (Academy Award Winner) (One Reel)  Various funny animal segments (partly animated) highlighted by a literal rendition of "Cow-Cow Boogie".

Who’s Who In The Zoo (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 5, 1918

Whose Little Wife Are You? (Sennett Comedies- Edward F. Cline) bw/silent-2 reels-(Joseph Belmont, Heinie Conklin, Harriet Hammond, Ben Turpin & others)-November 17, 1918

Why Beaches Are Popular (Sennett Comedies- F. Richard Jones) bw/silent-2 reels-(Marvel Rea, Malcolm St. Clair, Phyllis Haver, Bert Roach & others)-May 10, 1919

Why Continue To Struggle? (---) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Stuart Casey & Francis McHugh])-November 15, 1930

Why Gorillas Leave Home (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Bobby Vernon])-January 12, 1929 (completed ’28)

The Widow's Bite (Al Christie Film) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Spencer Williams, Evelyn Preer & Edward Thompson])-Feb? 1929

The Wife's Birthday (Monte Brice) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Sally Ward])-October 27, 1929

Wild Blue (Homer Groening) Technicolor-10m-(Here's Homer)-July 1968

Wild Geese (Robert C. Bruce) bw-8m-(Scenic)-July 5, 1931 (Film Daily review) Showcases the waterfowl in flight as well as human Canadian vacationers

Wild Goose Chase (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© February 24, 1950 (completed ’49)

Wild Men Of Africa (Leonard J. Vandenbergh; editors: Tom McNamara & Ernest Maas) bw/silent-4 reels-(documentary)-January 7, 1921 Actually a featurette film that was released as four separate reels by Paramount: Jungle Dancers; The Lion Killers; Slaying The Hippopotamus & Land Of The Pygmies

Wild Pets For Play (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© July 23, 1954 Focuses on lions, otters and chimps.

Wildest Wales (Frederick Burlingham) bw/silent-1 reel-(Burlingham Travel Picture)-© December 10, 1920 Edited from a British short initially distributed by R. Prieur & Co: Rock Climbing In North Wales (September 20, 1915)

William Tell (Fredrick Feher) bw-11m-(Symphonic Series)-December 12, 1939 With the National Philharmonic Orchestra

Williamsburg: The Story Of A Patriot (George Seaton) Technicolor & VistaVision-34m-(VistaVision Special)-April 1, 1957 (completed ’56) Popular widescreen recreation of the colonial town later used at the site for tourists.Stars: Jack Lord, Leora Dana, Charles G. Martin, Frederic Warriner & others.

Win! Place! Or Show! (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© April 2, 1938 Race horse reel

The Window Dresser's Dream (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies [Leatrice Joy])-June 1917

Winged Champions (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© March 13, 1936 Covers birdlife in the Everglades, also bird hunting in the South

Wings To The North (Douglas Sinclair) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© February 19, 1954 (completed ’53) Austin Airways helps eskimos in northern Canada.

The Winning Strain (Winikfilm- Barry Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© October 3, 1966 (Academy Award Nominee)

Winning Styles (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© July 24, 1968

Winter Sports At St. Moritz (Frederick Burlingham) bw/silent-1 reel-(Burlingham Adventure)-October 17, 1919 Edited from a British & Colonial Cinematograph short of the same title released in the UK, March 23, 1913

Winter Sports Italian Style (Gold Dolphin-Winikfilm; Richard Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© October 1, 1967

Winter Time In Melbourne (Geoffrey Thompson) color-9m-(Travelrama)-© December 31, 1962 Australian travelogue

Winter Wonder Trails (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-10m-(Sportlight)-© April 13, 1956 (completed ’55) Nation wide search for best winter sports.

The Wishbone (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies [Leatrice Joy])-May 1917

With The Hairy Ainu (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 2, 1918 (filmed August '17) In Japan

With The Kandy Elephants (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 14, 1917 In Ceylon (Sri Lanka)

With The Stony Indians (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 19, 1917 In Alberta (August-September 1916)

With The Sultan Of Perak (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 10, 1920 Covering the Malay States.

With The Yanks In France (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 4, 1919 Along with Lewis Francis Brown, Holmes was documenting the conflict much like a newsman between June and early September of 1918

With Uncle Sam's Submarine Chasers (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 1, 1919

The Witness (Leslie M. Roush) bw-9m-(Robert Benchley)-March 20, 1942 Falling asleep with his newspaper, Benchley ("Joe") thinks he's interogated by a committee. Ruth Lee co-stars.

Wits And Fits (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies [Leatrice Joy])-July 9, 1917

Wizard Of Clubs (Jack Eaton) bw-19m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© April 10, 1953 (completed ’52) Golf reel with Paul Hahn at Hollywood Beach Hotel Golf Club (Florida)

The Wonder Girl (Jack Eaton) bw-11m-(Grantland Rice Sports Eye-View)-© March 3, 1933 Features Mildred (Babe) Didrickson, a Dallas resident success at the previous Olympics and a jack-of-trades in numerous sports

Wonder Spa Of The Alps (Frederick Burlingham) bw/silent-1 reel-(Burlingham Adventure)-© November 1, 1919

Wonders Of Yellowstone (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 13, 1917 (filmed '15)

World Jamboree XII (Mattco Associates, producers; Richard Matt) color-17m-(Treasury Of Travels)-© June 5, 1968 The 12th World Scout Jamboree was held the previous July 31 to August 9th (1967)

The World Starts Next Door (Konstantin Kaiser) color-10m-(High Topper Special)-© December 1, 1963

The World's Richest Horse Race (TMI Prod.; Art Mayer) color-10m-(Treasury Of Travels)-© December 31, 1967

Wrestler's Bride (Mack Sennett, producer; Babe Stafford & Arthur Ripley) bw-22m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-January 19, 1933 (filmed November-December '32) Featuring Eddie Gribbin as the wrester and Joyce Compton in the title role, with Arthur Stone, Hans Steinke, Fred Warren, Budd Jamison, Bull Heffner and others.

Wrestling, It’s A Laugh (Milton Hocky; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© April 23, 1937 Comedy here with professionals Man Mountain Dean and Jack Ericson as well as lady wrestlers

The Wrong Mr. Fox (Harry Jackson) bw/silent-13m-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-July 16, 1917  A possible inspiration for Charlie Chaplin's THE PILGRIM featuring the familiar character actor of the thirties and forties playing an actor pretending to be a small-town visiting pastor. With Florence & William Shade.

Wyoming Snapshoot (Richard Matt) color-19m-(Special)-March 1964

The Yacht Club Boys' Garden Party (Fred Waller & Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner)-December 28, 1934 (filmed April) With Ina Ray & camera work by William Steiner

Yankee Doodle Rhapsody (Fred Waller) bw-11m-(Headliner [Ferde Grofe & the Buccaneers])-May 1, 1936

The Yankee Watch On The Rhine (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 29, 1920 (filmed summer '19) Germany post-war with Allied forces still supervising

Yesterdays In Samoa (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 17, 1918  (filmed July '17)

The Yoho Valley (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 5, 1917 (filmed late summer ’16)

You Hit The Spot (Louis Harris, producer; George Templeton) Technicolor-19m-(Musical Parade [Johnny Coy & Noel Neill])-August 17, 1945 Mt Olympus musical fantasy

You Won’t Believe It (Sennett Comedies- Erle C. Kenton) bw/silent-20m-(Jane Allen, Gladys Atkins, Thelma Bates, Harry Bowen, Chester Conklin & others)-June 27, 1920

You’re A Trooper (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© January 21, 1955 (completed ’54)  Covers the police force and drunk driving.

Young Doctor Sam (Justin Herman) bw-11m-(Pacemaker)-© January 13, 1950 (completed ’49) Covers a typical country doctor.

Your Hat (Aubrey Scotto) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [George Burns & Gracie Allen])-© November 25, 1932 George, working in a hat shop, gets tricky with the customers. Then Gracie comes in and drives him batty.

Your Pet Problem (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© May 20, 1944 If you don't want a dog, why not a baboon or hippo? Listen to the bears sing "Please Don’t Bring Us Posies When It’s Shoosies That We Need"

You're In The Army Now (Joseph Stanley & Jack Partington) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Johnny Burke & Don Rowan])-October 11, 1930 A singing doughboy in France

Yours Truly (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner [Johnny Long’s Orchestra])-© September 3, 1943 Marilyn Day and Gene Williams on vocals: "One O'Clock Jump", "Don't Worry", "If You Please", "One Dozen Roses" & "Chopin's Last Waltz"

Zamboanga (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 30, 1919 More from the Philippines (summer 1917)

A Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic (Joseph Santley) bw-15m-(2-reel Act [Eddie Cantor])-May 4, 1929







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