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A Shortie Checklist: Universal (post-1928)

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#1 Jlewis

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Posted 01 June 2016 - 09:12 PM

Doing things alphabetically this time and restricting to releases dating after September 1928 (start of the 1928-29 season when sound was incorporated... gradually). I could tackled the pre-'28 films on a future date with a special thread all their own... but I wanted to keep this thread not too-too long. After all... Universal has either produced or distributed more short films than any other company during Hollywood's golden age. The numbers for the silent era are staggering, figuring about 4280-4300 released between 1912 and 1928. Fortunately, I do NOT need to blog these thanks to the dedicated contributors on the Internet Movie Database (imdb.com).
    The silent Universal is well documented title by title (thanks in part to Richard E. Braff for McFarland Publishing), even if only a fraction are accessible today. A popular rumor that is probably not true but certainly sounds true suggests that some studio employees simply dumped countless rolls of film into the Pacific, assuming nothing without a soundtrack would ever be marketable. Nonetheless, it is the later product that is under-represented online and, hopefully, these posts will partly remedy the situation. When Michael G. Fitzgerald published his popular Universal Pictures: A Panoramic History In Words, Pictures and Filmographies in 1977, only the thirties and forties shorts were accounted for, with limited detail. Universal's product is undoubtedly the least recognized in print and very rarely shown today... unless it features Woody Woodpecker.

 

It is a toss up as to who gets the title of longest surviving film major, not counting the ol' Biograph facilities sometimes used for TV. Either Universal or Paramount is game for this, since both were more-or-less "launched" in the spring of 1912... depending on how you would interpret that. That is, Paramount's history books insist that "it all began" with Adolf Zukor's backing of Queen Elizabeth and his Famous Players Company, even though the name "Paramount" (and its mountain of stars logo) wasn't adopted until 1914 as the name of W.W. Hodkinson's distribution company (handling both Famous Players and Lasky feature films). Universal tends to start its birthday with the birth of Universal Manufacturing distribution in May 1912, even though it could easily use Paramount's logic and "start" with Carl Laemle's IMP company in 1909... or... even make itself younger by using the 1914 construction of its Burbank, California facilities and the release of its fourth feature film Damon and Pythias. (This was the first made AT the Universal we know today.) Movie studios, like actors and actresses, have no trouble fibbing about their age.
    In any case, the first multi-reel feature film released under the Universal logo was Rainy's African Hunt. Yet, the company was slower at backing five-reel "epics" than its rivals, despite the fact that its second, Traffic In Souls, was a runaway smash in 1913. It took about three years before they reached Paramount's level of 40-60 per year. All the while, a huge mass of shorts accompanied the bill, at a rate of five or more titles per week.
    Obviously, these were not all made at one place, but by many "mini studios" operating under the Universal fold. A basic rundown of the companies and series were updated here on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia..._.28pre-1928.29

 

There were also two silent newsreels full of human interest and travelogue footage: Screen Magazine (105 shorts from November 18, 1916-February 5, 1919) and New Screen Magazine (100 shorts from February 13, 1919 through January 5, 1921) before the official sound Universal Newspaper Newsreel began July 21, 1929, running through December 26, 1967. (http://www.archive.o...ersal_newsreels)

 

The sound era:

The "Universal Movietone" series, launched in 1928, marked the studio's first foray into talkies. By mid-1929, they started moving towards an all-sound program, but some of the western shorts like "The Pioneer Kid" were still filmed silent and available in both sound effects and silent versions. It took a while for some of the rural theaters to wire up and Universal frequently catered to those that the big-wig monopolists ignored in favor of the urban market. Universal had a limited number of theaters it owned and this was reflected in the character of its product. Other studios aimed for sophistication, while this company provided entertainment for Middle America. This was a top company for multi-chapter serials and the Saturday matinee market we now associate with childhood pre-television.
    For his 21st birthday in April 1929, Carl Laemmle Jr. was put in charge by daddy and made good with All Quiet On the Western Front and the first wave of great horror features. He also made sure the sound shorts got a dramatic make-over. Western 2-reelers were definitely o-u-t, despite being a staple for two decades and always an annual cash-cow. The new aim, again, was to attract more urban audiences.
    Augmenting the always reliable Slim Summerville, a new crop of comedy stars were conned away from giants Sennett, Roach and Educational. Lloyd Hamilton, Bert Roach, Daphne Pollard and Franklin Pangborn were all part of the two reel lineup for 1931. Warren Doane was put in charge of the more expensive productions after 1932 and Harry Edwards, Gus Meins, James W. Horne, Sam Newfield and even George Stevens added as directors. 
    Unfortunately, critics and audiences made unfavorable comparisons to the Sennetts and Roaches; the Pollard and Hamilton comedies in particular get chewed out for being "unoriginal" in contemporary reviews. Looking attractive in production values was not the same as being "funny". They did better with some multi-star vehicles and a later batch featuring Sterling Holloway (future voice-artist in many Disney cartoons) was more favorably viewed than the other star-vehicles, but only a few were reissued and shown on TV later. Surprisingly, the company threw in the towel after completing the 1934-35 season. What's more, they stayed clear from short comedies all together, using their B features instead as a springboard for future talent like Abbott & Costello. Their serials were better liked at the time and Flash Gordon was shown in many first run theaters, so most of the energy was focused here (that is, until International merged a decade later and changed things again). Also, there were animated cartoons providing enough of the laughs.
    Once again, I'm pushing "live action" here, but Walter Lantz does deserve special mention since his cartoons are the primary Universal shorts seen today. Two very gorgeous DVD box sets of Woody Woodpecker & Friends were issued a few years back, competing very well indeed against the Looney Tune Golden Collections and Disney Treasures. They even included extensive liner notes and stellar restoration (including original United Artists title cards for the late '40s releases made when Lantz and Universal had a brief "separation"). The animation bearing his name was not quite in the same league as Walt Disney and wasn't even Hanna-Barbera TV standard during the lackluster later years, but he could back some grade A-material from time to time. Directorial talents included Alex Lovy, Shamus Culhane, Dick Lundy, Don Patterson, Tex Avery, Paul J. Smith, Jack Hannah and Sid Marcus... adapting quite well to their boss' genial nature after working for more controlling animation rivals.
    Lantz had started animating for Hearst's studio back in 1916 as a struggling teenager and first hit his stride with the Fleischer Inkwell inspired "Dinky Doodles" for producer John Bray in the mid-twenties. After working in live-action comedies, he impressed Carl Laemmle enough to be put in charge of the newly formed Universal Cartoons in 1929, taking over Oswald the Rabbit (formerly a Walt Disney and Charles Mintz character). At the start of 1930, his staff produced a delightful 2-color Technicolor "crowning of Paul Whiteman" insert for The King of Jazz. The Oswalds of the thirties are not all that bad (for their time) as were his color "Cartunes" starting 1934. When Universal suffered financial troubles mid-decade, he persuaded the front office to allow him to independently co- produce, allowing greater freedom, but also forcing him to keep everything on a budget. (At least twice he had to shut-down temporarily to get enough funding, briefly in 1940 and for a year and a half in 1948-50.) Andy Panda arrived in 1939, followed the next year by Lantz's biggest star Woody Woodpecker. New 'toons were released as late as 1972, with Chilly Willy arriving in 1953 and the Beary Family in '62. (Less famous than Walter Lantz was Dave Fleischer's short-lived “Cartoon Melodies” series that succeeded the mostly live-action, but with animated inserts, “Sing & Be Happy” series and filled in a void during Lantz' two year separation from Universal.)
    Universal was distributing sound cartoons before Burbank neighbor Warner Brothers took on Leon Schlesinger and the Harman-Ising team. It is interesting to compare the two companies' line-up in the early thirties, even though the other was a lot more prolific and got all of the praise thanks to its Brooklyn-based Vitaphone. Clearly, there was some friendly rivalry going on. In 1930, Universal responded to Warner-Vitaphone's signing Robert Ripley's "Believe It or Not" with John Hix's "Strange As It Seems", the first being shot in Multicolor. Like Paramount's "Pictorials", they were "screen magazines" with up to eight different segments... in this case, covering the eccentric and unusual, strange animals, interesting locales and peculiar hobbies and occupations. When Warner signed golf champ Bobby Jones for some comic sports-reels, Universal took on Babe Ruth. Inspector Carr was also one-upped by a short-lived adaptation of radio's popular The Shadow.
    During the years 1932-39, first the team of William Rowland and Monte Brice, then

Milton Schwarzwald's Mentone and Nu-Atlas companies provided a variety of comedy vaudeville acts and mostly plotless musicals to both Universal and RKO's programs. All of these were shot in New York City. When Universal's comedy unit in California was halted, it leaned on this eastern product for a couple years. At their best, these showcased a number of interesting performers mostly forgotten today, but occasionally including some familiar faces like Smith & Dale and Bob Hope.
    All film companies relied on travelogues and "human interest" docu-shorts to fill up their programs because these could be made at half the cost of a studio-made musical or comedy. Much of the footage could be shot on location silent and given voice-over and music later. When a company like Universal had to "economize", this became the preference for pre-feature "filler". They closely followed Fox Movietone's model by using their newsreel staff (and sometimes recycling their news footage) to provide a certain quota of one-reelers.
    When Jerry Fairbanks left for Paramount (starting their "Popular Science"), his series "Strange As It Seams" was taken over by the Universal newsreel staff with Thomas Mead and Joseph O'Brien in charge and renamed for the '34 season "Stranger Than Fiction". It was accompanied by a mostly one-subject in-depth series "Going Places", narrated first by Fox commentator Lowell Thomas and later by Graham McNamee. Charles E. Ford was the key director-editor on many of these. A colorful character unafraid to get first-dibs on the Japanese invasion of China for the newsreel or assisting an expedition through the Amazon (for an independent feature Jacare), Ford maintained a unique, aggressive and often offbeat style with the company's docu-reels. The Oscar nominated Camera Thrills was his. Ironically, shortly before his passing in 1942, the two series titles changed to "Person-oddities" and "Variety Views". The latter title was maintained through the fifties.
    After Milton Schwarzwald stopped providing New York product, entertainment shorts were re-started at Burbank with just one key genre: the big band short... or, as later billed, "Name Band Musicals". Direction was done over the years by Ralph Staub, Larry Ceballos, Reginald Le Borg, Josef Berne, Jean Yarbrough, Lewis D. Collins and Will Cowan. A few, like the late forties musical westerns featuring country star Tex Williams, incorporated a storyline, but the majority were just straightforward musical performances skillfully edited together with as little "lull" between numbers as possible. For the modern viewer, these are a treasure trove of jazz personalities and singers: Count Basie, Nat "King" Cole, the Ink Spots, Les Brown, Lawrence Welk, Woody Herman and Spade Cooley, just to name a few. There was even an attempt to tap a younger market in the fifties with a little R&B and two even had the novelty of 3-D. The bare bones approach of just filming the performance with limited improvising was different than the contemporaries like Warner's "Melody Masters", which incorporated arty camera angles and special effects. Positively, these kept the performances "pure" for the fan, but negatively could make for some mighty tedious viewing when seen as in mass.
    These lasted through 1957 and were the solo entertainment shorts on the program apart from a rare "special". Everything else was sugar-coated education. Thomas Mead operated as the primary producer for both the newsreel and the one-reelers after co-producer O'Brien's death in '45 for more than two decades, with Edward Bartsch as editor from the mid-forties through the sixties and Arthur Cohen (a.k.a. Michael Feldman and Phil Foster and a future Laverne & Shirley star) being the most prolific of several director-writers. In short, stability was the name of the game. The "Variety Views" continued a consistent, if predictable, run which covered mostly travelogues (the most engaging being the "Brooklyn Goes To" series), sports outings with a special eye for young viewers and an annual quota of critter subjects.
    During the declining years of short subjects, a number of producer-directors provided material for more than one studio. Universal-International shared John A. Haeseler and his bear cub and chimp reels with Paramount, while Hamilton Wright also contributed European and South American scenics for Warner and RKO. All of this made many shorts of the 1950s hard to distinguish by studio and U-I unfortunately lacked the Three Stooges, Joe McDoakes, Pete Smith or any specific "in-house specialty" apart from its Name Bands.
    Ever economical, you can practically count the entire number of pre-fifties full-color shorts with just two hands, but once the studio started its own "Color Parade", it certainly made up for lost time. By 1954, they were partnering with Carl Dudley and other producers on wide-screen travelogues in Vistarama and CinemaScope, mostly the former (cheaper and grainier) process. Eastmancolor was used more than Technicolor and the pictorial quality varied considerably from title to title. Regardless, these later shorts were generally well received by the trade papers.
     Meanwhile, Thomas Mead continued producing black and white newsreels through 1967, by which time his staff had been reduced to only ten and much material came from outside sources. Color television officially killed the newsreel completely, but it took a bit longer for it to destroy the full-color theatrical. Norman Gluck, who worked on and off with Universal, took charge of managing the 1960s product, which were primarily travelogues, but with occasional jazz performance 2-reelers as well. The simple fact that the company continued releasing up to ten shorts (often high quality by this stage) long after its rivals ceased to is quite remarkable. In fact, it was probably the only studio besides Disney who was still producing most of its own rather than just distributing for the independents. By the late sixties, another key producer-director, William Burch, headed the non-theatrical branch Universal maintained; even though the company stopped releasing shorts theatrically by 1972, they continued making plenty of instructional material for businesses and schools. (Added a few later shorts to this list, but it is far from complete... along with some of their United World Films stretching backward to the forties, initially released on 16mm and sometimes later in 35mm for theatrical distribution.)
    Although the studio seldom received Oscar nominations, there was still a certain consistency in quality over the decades and most that do make it online on YouTube and elsewhere are quite entertaining regardless of the economics of their production. It is sad that the company isn't tapping into what they have sitting in their vaults. Hardly any have been reissued for VHS and DVD, probably on the assumption that today's consumers would have zero interest. Some of us movie buffs would prefer to judge that for ourselves.



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Posted 01 June 2016 - 09:11 PM

1-A Dogs (Bernard Kreisler, producer; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-9m / September 18, 1943 / Variety View #126: Profiles military dogs

10, 000 Kids And A Cop (Charles Barton) / bw-10m / October 1, 1948 / Abbott & Costello showcase the Youth Foundation of LA.

A-Camping We Will Go (Thomas Mead, producer; John A. Haeseler; writer: Arthur Cohen; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Parker Fennelly) / bw-8m / May 15, 1950 / Variety View #185: Featuring three playful bear cubs

ABC Pin-Up (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Ray Morgan) / bw-10m / January 15, 1945 (© December 6, 1944) / Person-Oddity: Orange NY artist carves alphabets on pin heads / Denver CO animal museum / skunks raised by a Vancouver man / Royal Gorge in Colorado

The Actor (Walter Fabian) / bw-10m / August 25, 1929 (Film Daily review) / Universal Comedy starring Benny Rubin. Benny plays a variety of actor roles for a short-changed theater

Adobe Village (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-19m / April 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (16mm series) released on 35mm: Oct 5, 1953

Against The Stream (Thomas Mead, producer; Ed Bartsch; script: Allan Kitchel; narrator: Kani Evans) / color-9m / October 10, 1955 / Color Parade: Life cycle of a salmon

Ageless Artistry (Thomas Mead, producer; Richard Wright) / color-9m / © December 28, 1959 / Color Parade: Covers Benvenuto Cellini and various Italian arts and crafts

Alert To Danger (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-8m / © April 26, 1956 / Variety View: Profiles fire fighting

Alias The Bandit (Jack Nelson) / bw & synchronized score-20m / © April 30, 1930 / The Pioneer Kid starring Bobby Nelson.

Alias The Professor (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-21m / March 8, 1933 / Warren Doane Comedy starring James Gleason, Ben Alexander, Henry Hall, Fred Kelsey, Gloria Shea, Lydia Knott & Crauford Kent. James pretends to be a professor in the home of his pal's grandmother and both guys get suspected by a detective for some missing bank bonds.

All Aboard (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-17m / November 15, 1937 / Mentone Brevity featuring Eddie Bruce & The Three X Sisters. Musical acts at a train debot

All At Sea (Mentone; E.H. Kleinert) / bw-20m / September 20, 1933 / Mentone Brevity featuring Ethel Barrymore Colt, Vincent Lopez, Joe laurie Jr., William O'Neill, Pat Rooney, Ann Lester, Hal Forde, Phil Regan, Gregory Stone, Minor & Root & the Three X Sisters. Performances and not much plot on an ocean liner.

All Excited (Charles Lamont) / bw-19m / March 25, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring George Sidney & Charles Murray. A pair of detectives are maid by suspicious spouses to track the other and antics involve a dark cellar

All For Geraldine (Stern Bros.; Gus Meins) / bw & silent-20m / December 5, 1928 / "Let George Do It" starring Syd Saylor, Dorothy Coburn, Harry Martell.

All That Oriental Jazz (Arthur Cohen) / Eastmancolor & CinemaScope-16m / © November 7, 1961 / SuperSpecial: Covers the night life in Tokyo

Alpine Cabaret (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-10m / August 4, 1937 / Mentone Brevity featuring Roscoe Ates & Ginger Dulo. Vaudeville show in the mountains

An Alpine Romance (Junior Jewel; Jack Rollens) / bw & synchronized score-10m / October 29, 1928 / Snappy with Zimmerman & Granville

Alvino Rey and His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / October 22, 1947 / Name Band Musical. With Curtis and Clare dancing. Includes "Guitar Boogie", "I Need Love", "Peg O' My Heart", "Ma Ma Blues", "At Sundown," & "Cumana"

The Amazing Metropolis (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Al Grobe; narrator: Al Grobe) / bw-9m / July 31, 1943 (preview; general release Jan 17, 1944) / Variety View #124: Tour of Hyderabad in India

America Takes To Skis (Otto Lang) / bw-9m / May 30, 1939 / A one-reel “special” probably intended to start a new sports series

Amoeba (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-10m / © January 1, 1949 (edited '48) / Zoology Series

And Morning Came (Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / December 19, 1928 / Rube Goldberg's "Mike & Ike" starring Roger Moore & Ned La Salle.

Andy Russell And Della In House Party (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / March 12, 1953 (filmed '52) / Name Band Musical.

Animal Show (John A. Haeseler) / bw-8m / © December 20, 1958 / Variety View

Animal Tricks (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-8m / February 21, 1944 / Variety View #130: A penguin goes to market for his fish, a crow does card tricks and a lion wrestles

Annapolis Salutes The Navy (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-8m / December 8, 1941 / Variety View #100

Annapolis: The First Year (Bruce Seth Green; camera: Richard Robertson) / color-22m / 1973 / Profiles the U.S. Navy Academy, both male and female midshipmen

The Answer Man, #1 (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Jules Bricken) / bw-10m / © September 1, 1946 / Answer Man Series: First in a series of question-and-answer topic-reels. Questions involve who had the best “arm” in baseball and how much “cover” do today's bathing suits have compared to the past

Antarctic Outpost (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Fred Handrich) / bw-8m / June 26, 1942 / Variety View #109: Clips of Admiral Byrd are intermixed with new footage as possible US Navy destinations

Any Chickens Today? (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Ed Herlihey) / bw-9m / July 26, 1943 / Variety View #123: Includes Miami “hen hotel” and Hull hatchery in Connecticut

An Apple A Day (Harry Edwards) / bw-20m / September 30, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring Lloyd Hamilton & Norma Drew.

Arabian Daze (Junior Jewel; Ben Holmes) / bw-17m / March 3, 1930 / Sporting Youth with Ann Christy, Sumner Getchell & Joan McCoy. After putting on an Arabian costume, Judy dozes off and finds her self at the mercy of a sheik.

Arabian Knights (Stephen Roberts) / bw-20m / April 8, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville, Tom Kennedy, Sally Blane, Henry A. Barrows & Budd Fine

Arachnids: Spiders And Their Allies (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-10m / © March 1, 1949 (edited '48) / Zoology Series

Arctic Geese (Douglas Sinclair, producer) / color-9m / © September 20, 1957 / Color Parade: Hunting reel filmed in Canada's Jones Bay

Argentina: The Port City And The Pampa (United World Films) / color (16mm)-20m / © February 28, 1967 (edited '66)

The Armless Dentist (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Bill Biven) / bw-9m / June 28, 1943 / Person-Oddity: The lady in question is expert at it. Also a glass blower, a bell collector and China memorabilia

The Army's Finest (Thomas Mead, producer; writer: Alan Kitchel Jr.; narrator: Ben Grauer) / bw-8m / April 14, 1952 / Variety View

Arnold The Benedict (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; editor: Ed Bartsch) / bw-16m / © July 2, 1951 / Docu-comedy of a "lonely hearts club" attendant named Arnold Stang, attending Clara Lane Friendship.

Around The Equator On Roller Skates (Albert DeMond) / bw-20m / July 25, 1932 / Travelogue spoof with various recycled clips given funny commentary

Around the World In 18 Minutes (Albert DeMond) / bw-18m / June 15, 1932 / Mock spoof on travelogues with funny commentary

Around The World Revue (Will Cowan) / bw-16m / © February 3, 1956 (Completed '55) / Musical celebration of different styles

Arsenal Of Might (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Ed Herlihy) / bw-10m / © November 6, 1942 / America Speaks (series): History lesson on American industry spanning centuries to the Flying Fortress of today

The Art Conservator (Bruce Seth Green) / color-20m / 1971 / Made in association with the Los Angeles County Art Museum

Art Jarrett (Nick Kenny's Radio Thrills No. 2) (William Rowland & Monte Brice, producers) / bw-21m / December 12, 1932 / Radio Star Reel: Art Jarrett is urged by host Nick Kenny (radio columnist) to discuss a trip to Mexico

Artist's Antic (Thomas Mead, producer; Frank Kelly; narrator: Fred Cole) / bw-10m / June 24, 1946 / Person-Oddity: Clifford McBride is primary focus. Followed by Ocie Nelms' swap shop; famous race horses retire with Charles Howard and collections of fishing tackle and puppets

Artistry In Rhythm (Lewis D. Collins & Will Cowan) / bw-16m / © May 28, 1945 / Name Band Musical featuring Stan Kenton & Orchestra. With Anita O'Day: "Whispering." "Artistry in Rhythm," "Eager Beaver," "Tabby the Cat," "Tabu," "She's Funny that Way," "Mad for 1 Pad" and "Memphis Lament."

At The Front (Edward Ludwig) / bw & silent-10m / February 24, 1929 / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake.

At The Mike (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / October 10, 1934 / Mentone Brevity featuring Ford Bond, Baby Rose Marie, Tess Gardella, the Giersdorf Sisters, Benny Ross, Maxine Stone, Kathleen Howard, Honey Boy Johnson & Sassafrass

Author In Babyland (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Ben Grauer) / bw-10m / May 12, 1945 (© April 18) / Person-Oddity: Featuring H.W. Tex Roden of Clapp Baby Food Company

Avalanche Patrol (Jack Swain) / bw-24m / 1947 (theatrcally released?)

Aviation Expert- Donald Douglas (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Douglas Browning) / bw-10m / March 20, 1944 / Person-Oddity: Aside from the head of Douglas Aircraft, a Klamath Falls, OR farmer goes in for black and white in equipment and livestock, a Miami A dog opens coconuts., followed by two railroaders in East Lempster, N. H. and Denver, CO

Baby Talks (Harold Beaudine) / bw-18m / September 8, 1929 (Film Daily review) / Sunny Jim McKee Comedy: Follow-up series from the "Newlyweds" series with Snookums a little older and a child star getting into mischief. With Charles King & Roger Moore

Backfield Play (Albert H. Kelley) / bw-10m / September 11, 1931 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Frank Carideo.

The Badge Of Bravery (Joseph Levigard; script: William Lester) / bw & synchronized score-20m / January 18, 1930 (filmed '29) / Northwest Mounted Police starring Ted Carson.

Bagdad Daddy (Larry Ceballos) / bw-17m / © February 5, 1941 / Name Band Musical featuring Gertrude Niesen, the Ambassadorettes, Fuzzy Knight & the Johnson Brothers.

Bahamas Holiday (F.D. Kay) / color-9m / © January 1, 1961 (filmed '60) / Color Parade: Cameramen involved include Jerome Hollis, B Dressner, Fred Maura, B Hartley and Stanton Waterman

Bailey And Barnum (Jack Rollens) / bw-10m / January 11, 1929 (filmed '28) / Movietone Short.

Baleia! Baleia! (MGM-EMI [UK co-prod.]; David Tomblin; narrator: Cliff Michelmore) / color-27m / 1971 Portugal travelogue about whaling distributed by Universal in US

Bank Notes (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-19m / January 30, 1939 (filmed '38) / Mentone Brevity featuring Gus Man, Bernice Parks & Ruth Day. Set at a bank where “bank nights” are full of entertainment

Banquet Of Melody (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © April 9, 1946 / Name Band Musical featuring Matty Malneck & Orchestra. With the Delta Rhythm Boys, Peggy Lee and Rosa Linda: "My Blue Heaven," "Dry Bones," "Poet and Peasant," "I Don't Know Enough About You," "Don't Blame Me," and "Stompin' at the Savoy."

The Barefoot Judge (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Larry Elliot) / bw-10m / February 28, 1944 / Person-Oddity: A native of Karnes City, Texas. Also an Austin dentist who performs tricks for painless extraction / a new machine for making fish-hooks / the cliff-dwellers in Mesa Verde Park / river bath at San Antonio

Bargain Matinee (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-10m / April 9, 1937 / Mentone Brevity featuring Val Irving, Mary Kelly, Maple Leaf Trio & the Five Flats. Department store elevator hop shows off the musical shows on each floor

Bark-Eater Country (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-10m / July 1968 / Color Adventure

Barnyard Frolics (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-8m / © January 26, 1958 (filmed '57) / Variety View: Farm animals at play

Barnyard Steam Buggy (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Henry Clay Bate; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / January 19, 1942 (© November 18, 1941) / Stranger Than Fiction #101:

Basketball No. 1: Fundamentals Of Offense (Albert H. Kelley & Samuel Freedman) / bw-10m / December 15, 1931 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Walter “Doc” Meanwell.

Basketball No. 2: Defensive Play (Albert H. Kelley; script: Samuel Freedman) / bw-10m / December 15, 1931 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Walter “Doc” Meanwell.

Basketball Tactics And Plays (Albert H. Kelley & Samuel Freedman) / bw-10m / December 21, 1931 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Walter “Doc” Meanwell.

Battle Of The Bulge (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Andre Baruch) / bw-10m / January 22, 1951 (Completed '50) / Variety View #189: Ladies try to reduce weight

Battle Of The Flowers (Thomas Mead, producer) / color-9m / September 25, 1957 / Color Parade: Tour of the French Riviera with Grace Kelly and Prince Rainer briefly seen

The Battling Kid (Jack Nelson) / bw & synchronized score-20m / May 17, 1930 / The Pioneer Kid starring Bobby Nelson & Edmund Cobb.



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Bear Cubs Go Rural (John A. Haeseler) / bw-8m / December 12, 1956 / Variety View: more antics of the furry kind

Bear Facts (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-8m / June 14, 1945 / Variety View #141: Not just bears, but deer, muskrats, foxes and other critters.

Bear Mountain Game (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-8m / © June 29, 1944 / Variety View #134: Wild animals (raccoons, beavers, frogs, deer, skunks, porcupines) of the New York park are humorously examined

Beat Me, Daddy, Eight To The Bar (Larry Ceballos & Will Cowan) / bw-20m / January 22, 1941 (filmed '40) / Name Band Musical featuring Wingy Manone & Orchestra. With Larry J. Blake, The Fashionaires, Alphonse Berge & Maxine Grey

Beau Bashful (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / June 6, 1934 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Herbert Corthell, Grady Sutton & Sylvia Picker.

Beauty And The Beach (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-8m / September 5, 1949 / Variety View #180: Comic antics with swimmers and sunbathers.

Beauty On Broadway (William Rowland & Monte Brice, producers) / bw-20m / May 15, 1933 / Radio Star Reel with Walter Winchell, Nick Stuart, Sally O'Neill, Nils T. Granlund & Abe Lymand's Orchestra. The famous radio columnist becomes a judge at a paradise Restaurant beauty contest, giving first prize to the cigarette girl

The Beauty Parade (Sam Newfield) / bw-20m / March 31, 1930 / Universal Comedy starring Arthur Lake

Beauty Shoppe (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-19m / August 2, 1938 / Mentone Brevity featuring Imogene Coca, Mae McKim & Her Three Boy Friends, Doris Dupont & others.

Behind The Ticker Tape (Thomas Mead, producer) / Eastmancolor-9m / September 1, 1957 / Color Parade: Inside New York's stock exchange.

Behind The Wall (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-8m / September 24, 1953 / Variety View: Inside an Illinois state prison

Below The Keys (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-9m / © December 12, 1958 / Color Parade: Tour of Havana, Cuba shortly before the revolution

The Best Of The West (Thomas Mead, producer) / color-9m / © September 15, 1957 / Color Parade: Travelogue of Oregon

Between The Continents (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-8m / © May 20, 1958 / Variety View: Tour of Panama Canal

Beyond The Smoke (Ray Taylor) / bw & silent-20m / March 23, 1929 / The Forest Rangers starring Edmund Cobb, Regina Doyle, Walter Shumway & William Clifford.

The Big Benefit (Mentone; Lynn Shores) / bw-21m / © October 6, 1933 / Mentone Brevity featuring Rae Sanuels, Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, the Mullen Sisters, Evans & Mayer, Pops & Louie.Youngsters spoof celebrities to support a swimming pool

The Big Casino (Mentone; Ballard MacDonald) / bw-21m / © November 22, 1933 / Mentone Brevity featuring Tito Guizar, Rex Weber, Marguerita Padula, Marney francis, the Belmont Sisters, the Neff Brothers, the Donovan Sisters, Patsy Flick & others. Plot involves Rex as a gang leader who takes over a night floor show.

The Big Surf (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-9m / March 1966 / Color Parade: Shot in Hawaii

The Big Test (Thomas Mead, producer) / color-10m / June 13, 1955 / Color Parade: Roy Rogers and Betty Skelton test-drive new cars in Detroit (full Technicolor)

Big Town Village (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-20m / SuperSpecial: December 1964

Billy May And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / August 20, 1952 / Name Band Musical. With Marion Colby & the Page Cavanaugh Trio. Includes "Don't Blame Me" & "Except For Lovin' You."

Birth Of A Band (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / July 26, 1954 / Name Band Musical featuring Dan Terry & Orchestra. With Connie Haines & Donald Gordon: "I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby", "I've Got the World on a String", "Totem Pole", "Southern Fried" & "Mr. Flamingo"

A Bit Of Blarney (Harold James Moore; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-10m / September 30, 1946 (© August 23) / Sing & Be Happy: Features Fred Waring Glee Club

Blacksmith Dentist (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Henry Clay Bate; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / December 15, 1941 / Stranger Than Fiction #100: The title refers to J.E. Gilpin who makes teeth with an anvil. Also: Dorothea Kaucher specializes in miniature furniture, Charles E. Coffin makes gadgets from his trailer, E. La Rosee has a backyard roller coaster, Ray Harding designs chicken glasses to stop their fighting, Michale d'Agnillo makes artificial flowers and Ray Gross has a walking machine.

Bless The Ladies (Harry Edwards) / bw-17m / November 1, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville, Eddie Gribbon, James Mulhauser & Jill Dennett. Two sergeants in the Marines go swimming and taunt the wrong fellow bather (a superior) and argue about a lady

Blue Barron And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © February 18, 1952 (filmed '51) / Name Band Musical. With The Modernaires, Gino and Susanne

Blue Coast (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; narrator: Tex Antoine) / color-9m / January 25, 1956 (© December 1, 1955) / Color Parade: Cote d'Azur on the French Riviera is profiled.

Boating U.S.A. (Willard Pictures, John M. Squiers Jr., producer; Dick Durrance [camera]) / color-20m / January 1, 1969 / SuperSpecial on aquatic recreation

Bolivar Bonanza (Thomas Mead, producer; Hamilton Wright) / bw-8m / September 7, 1953 / Variety View: More of Venezuela, focusing on oil reserves

Bonus Land (Thomas Mead, producer; Hamilton Wright) / color-9m / August 18, 1954 / Color Parade: Tour of Venezuela

Boo! (Albert DeMond; editor: Lynn Harrison; narrator: Morton Lowry) / bw-9m / December 1, 1932 / Brevity: Montage of horror films from Universal's library and NOSFERATU, mostly the Frankenstein monster and Dracula

The Bookworm Hero (Junior Jewel; Nat Ross) / bw & silent-20m / December 30, 1928 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips, Dorothy Gulliver & Hayden Stevenson.

Border Wolf (Joseph Levigard) / bw & silent-20m / October 1929 / Northwest Mounted Police starring Ted Carson, Alma Rayford, Ethan Laidlaw.

Born April First (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / March 13, 1934 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Sterling Holloway.

Boswell Sisters (Nick Kenny's Radio Thrills No. 4) (William Rowland & Monte Brice, producers) / bw-21m / December 6, 1933 / Radio Star Reel has Nick Kenny as host and Connie Boswell relating an encounter with a circus lion

Bottles (Jack Rollens) / bw & silent-10m / July 1, 1929 / Laemmle Novelty

Boundaries Unlimited (Assoc. Screen Studios; Arthur Cohen) / bw-8m / November 7, 1949 / Variety View #184: Covering the US-Canadian border

The Boundary Battle (Joseph Levigard) / bw & silent-20m / November 17, 1928 / The Forest Rangers starring Edmund Cobb, Lillian Gilmore, Clark Comstock & David Dunbar.

Bow River Valley (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-8m / January 4, 1954 (filmed '53) / Variety View: Visiting Banff National Park

The Boy And The Bad Man (Jack Nelson) / bw & silent-20m / September 1, 1929 (Film Daily review) / The Pioneer Kid starring Bobby Nelson & Edmund Cobb.

Boy Meets Joy (Ralph Staub) / bw-17m / August 8, 1939 / Name Band Musical featuring Joy Hodges, Pinky Tomlin, Lucille Page & Mary Ruth.

Boy Who Owned A Melephant (Saul Swimmer & Tony Anthony, producers; narrator: Tallulah Bankhead) / Eastmancolor-18m / © November 9, 1959 / SuperSpecial: Children's comedy about a boy (Brockman Seawell) who wants a zoo elephant (but can't say the correct word) and basically gets what he wants... sort of. Mother played by Molly Turner.

Boys Will Be Boys (Warren Doane, producer; George Stevens) / bw-20m / November 30, 1932 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Frank Albertson, Richard Carle, Sally Blane, Guinn “Big Boy” Williams, Fred Kelsey, Jack Duffy, May Wallace & Sam Lufkin.

Breakin' It Down (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © July 8, 1946 / Name Band Musical featuring Del Courtney's Orchestra. With the Town Cryers (“Just A-Sittin' and A-Rockin”, Dottie Dotson ("Knock Me a Kiss," & "Do You Believe in Loving, Honey?"), Louis DaPron as dance director tapping to “Swanee River” & a finale of “Second Hungarian Rhapsody”

Breaking The Tape (Edmund Dorfman, producer; Arthur Cohen; narrator: Bob Stanton) / bw-8m / © November 29, 1949 (completed '48) / Variety View #174: Covers a variety of US college track sports

Breathless Moments (Charles E. Ford; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-19m / February 28, 1938 / Successor to CAMERA THRILLS and even better with more on-your-seat newsreel clips culled from Universal News

A Bride For Life / bw & silent-10m / June 9, 1929 / Laemmle Novelty

A Brief Case (Thomas Mead, producer) / Eastmancolor-9m / © May 19, 1957 Visiting St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands with a comic side-story involving a private eye's missing case

Bright And Breezy (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © August 26, 1956 / Name Band Musical featuring Charlie Barnet & Orchestra. With the King Sisters, the Sportsmen Quartet & Romo Vincent: "You Belong to My Heart", "Lullaby of Birland", "Easy Street", "Once Upon Your Heart", "Redskin Rhumba," & "Shadrack"

Bring 'Em Back A Lie (Alfred J. Goulding) / bw-20m / August 14, 1935 / Van Ronkel Comedy starring Sterling Holloway & Ben Turpin. Jungle gorilla comedy

British Trade And Industry: London And Newcastle (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / May 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

Broad Jump (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-11m / © January 7, 1948 (edited '47) / Track & Field Series

Broadway Farmer (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Ray Morgan) / bw-10m / May 28, 1945 / Person-Oddity: Chic Johnson of Olsen and Johnson fame runs a farm in Carmel, N. Y., named after the Winter Garden / shoe salesman's misfit collection in Philadelphia / Eldred, Florida sea shells novelties / last of Buffalo Bill's scouts keeps a Denver tavern / Houston, Texas, girl who draws pin-up pictures on order for servicemen.

Broadway Varieties (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / January 29, 1934 (filmed '33) / Mentone Brevity featuring Warren Boyde, Adelaide Hall, the Mosconi Brothers, Charles Timblin, Dorothy Van Alst, James Wong & Murray Wood.

Broken Statues (Walter Fabian) / bw-10m / Oct 20, 1929 (Film Daily review) / Universal Comedy starring Benny Rubin & Joe Verdi. An outing with the family through a statue shop with a running joke involving Paul Revere.

Bronco Babes (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Philip Stahl) / bw-8m / June 20, 1947 / Variety View #163: Juvenile riders in Carlton, Oregon / Cuero, Texas cattle auction / Valley of Ten Thousands Smokes / Gingerbread Castle at Hamburg, NJ

Brooklyn Goes Hollywood (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; narrator: John Gibson) / bw-9m / October 15, 1950 / Variety View #187

Brooklyn Goes South (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; writer: Alan Kitchel Jr; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Andre Baruch) / bw-9m / January 21, 1952 (edited '51) / Variety View #198

Brooklyn Goes To Beantown (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: John Gibson) / bw-9m / January 10, 1951 (filmed '50) / Variety View #190: Features Mason Adams in Boston

Brooklyn Goes To Chicago (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-9m / February 13, 1954 (filmed '53) / Variety View

Brooklyn Goes To Cleveland (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-9m / May 16, 1955 / Variety View

Brooklyn Goes To Detroit (Brooklyn Visits Detroit) (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-8m / © December 29, 1956 / Variety View

Brooklyn Goes To Hong Kong (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-9m / December 6, 1958 / Variety View

Brooklyn Goes To Las Vegas (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-9m / April 18, 1956 (filmed '55) / Variety View

Brooklyn Goes To Mexico (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen ) / color-9m / May 30, 1961 / Color Parade

Brooklyn Goes To New Orleans (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-9m / December 26, 1957 / Variety View

Brooklyn Goes To Paris (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-9m / June 2, 1956 / Variety View

Brooklyn Goes To Philadelphia (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-9m / August 30, 1954 / Variety View

Brooklyn Goes To Rome (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-9m / September 27, 1954 / Variety View

Brooklyn Goes To San Francisco (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-9m / October 3, 1956 / Variety View

Brooklyn Makes Capital (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; narrator: Ted De Corsia) / bw-9m / February 9, 1948 (filmed '47) / Variety View #168: Visiting Washington DC

Brooklyn USA (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; narrator: Ted De Corsia) / bw-10m / © July 31, 1947 / (Academy Award Nominee) Variety View #166: In-depth travelogue of New York.

Brother For Sale (Harold Beaudine) / bw-20m / © March 17, 1930 / Sunny Jim McKee Comedy

The Brothers: Life On A Greek Island (Wharton International/United World Films) / color (16mm)-14m / © December 31, 1966 / Your World Neighbors (series)

Buddy Morrow And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / June 18, 1952 / Name Band Musical. With singer Betty Reilly: “Glory Road”, “Kiss Of Fire”, “That Old Black Magic” & “Magic Tricks”

Buddy Rich And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / October 11, 1948 (filmed July) / Name Band Musical. With Louis Da Pr on, the Mello-Larks & Terry Gibbs: “One O'Clock Boogie”, “So Long Joe”, “Let's Get Away From It All”, “John Had A Number”, “But No Nickel”, “Not So Quiet Please”

Building A Nation: Israel (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / December 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

Bullets And Ballads (Larry Ceballos) / bw-20m / © January 26, 1940 / Name Band Musical featuring Armida. With Kenny Stevens, Marilyn Kay, the Caits Brothers & the KCBS Texas Rangers

Bulls Of Pamplona (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen; script: William E. O'Connell; narrator: Phil Tonkin) / color-10m / March 1, 1967 (filmed July 1965) / Color Adventure: Spanish travelogue (San Fermin)

Burglar To The Rescue (Audio Cinema; George Cochrane) / bw-22m / September 7, 1931 / The Shadow: Believe it or not, this fantasy crime-fighting radio character had his own short lived film series the same year the show hit the air-waves. Radio voice Frank Readick introduced the mostly invisible character (predating THE INVISIBLE MAN) with Arthur Aylesworth playing Detective Andy in this one. Plot involves a corrupt bank president who confronts a mysterious visitor with a gun. Presented somewhat as a serial. This surviving title was re-discovered by archivist Bob O'Neill: http://www.shadowsan.../secretfiles/2/

Burning Youth (Stern Bros.; Gus Meins) / bw & silent-20m / August 25, 1929 (Film Daily review) / Sid (Syd) Saylor Comedy

Buster Trims Up (Century Film-Stern Bros.; Sam Newfield) / bw & silent-20m / October 17, 1928 / Buster Brown starring Arthur Trimble & Doreen Turner.

Buster's Choice (Century Film-Stern Bros.; Sam Newfield) / bw & silent-20m / June 26, 1929 / Buster Brown starring Arthur Trimble & Doreen Turner.

Buster's Spooks (Century Film-Stern Bros.; Sam Newfield) / bw & silent-20m / June 26, 1929 / Buster Brown starring Arthur Trimble & Doreen Turner.

A Butter 'n' Yegg Man (Henry Lehrman) / bw-21m / May 6, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring George Sidney, May Wallace, Walter Long, Rolfe Sedan, Gertrude Short & others. A banker succeeds in getting a robber arrested, but later he breaks jail and poses as the new butler. Listed in the trade periodicals as a Sidney-Murray comedy without Murray as both attempted solo careers with Universal.

Byways To Broadway (Thomas Mead, producer; Charles Turner; writer: Allan Kitchel Jr.) / bw-8m / November 21, 1953 / Variety View: Following summer stock actors



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Cactus Artist (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: John Costello) / bw-10m-9m / © June 18, 1943 / Person-Oddity: One student earned his college degree using cacti for postcards, Also an elephant costumer, large cup & saucer collection , oldest fire engine

Cactus Caravan (Will Cowan) / bw-26m / July 6, 1950 (filmed December '49) / Musical Western starring Tex Williams. With Deuce Spriggins, Smokey Rogers, Leslie Banning, Tristram Coffin, Marshall reed, Franklin Parker & Steve Clark

Cafe Boheme (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-17m / April 3, 1939 / Mentone Brevity featuring Saul Grauman, Rosita Ortega, the Pied Pipers, Roy Smeck, Luba Malina, Kaye George.

Cafe Rendezvous (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / October 3, 1938 / Mentone Brevity featuring Armida & Ben Lessey.

Calford In The Movies (Junior Jewel; Nat Ross) / bw & silent-20m / October 29, 1928 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips, Dorothy Gulliver & Hayden Stevenson.

Calford On Horseback (Junior Jewel; Nat Ross) / bw & silent-20m / December 10, 1928 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips, Dorothy Gulliver & Hayden Stevenson.

Calford Vs. Redskins (Junior Jewel; Nat Ross) / bw & silent-20m / September 17, 1928 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips, Dorothy Gulliver & Hayden Stevenson.

Call Of The Canyon (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Kenneth Banghart) / bw-8m / October 18, 1948 / Variety View #173: Visiting the Grand Canyon

Call Of The Sea (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Bob Shephard) / bw-8m / © May 19, 1942 / Variety View #107: Covers fishing in Gloucester

Calypso Carnival (Thomas Mead, producer) / Technicolor-9m / August 10, 1953 (© June 8) / Color Parade: Trinidad in all its color. Voodoo dances included.

Camera Thrills (Charles Ford; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-25m / September 23, 1935 / (Academy Award Nominee) Includes shots like the assassination of King Alexander of Jugoslovakia, Chicago stockyard fire and other key moments

Camp Jamboree (Will Cowan) / Technicolor-18m / October 8, 1953 / Name Band Musical. A stage show at at the San Diego Naval Training Base featuring Romo Vincent ("It's a Good Day" & "Anything For Texas"), the Dorothy Dorben Adorables dancing to "Half-Moon in Three Quarter Time" & "Tropicana", Arthur Lee Simpkins ("Valse Coguines" & "This Night, I'll Remember"), Gizele MacKenzie ("Wild Horses")

Campus Capers (Larry Ceballos & Reginold Le Borg) / bw-18m / January 7, 1942 (© December 9, 1941) / Name Band Musical featuring Jack Teagarden & Band. With Susan Miller ("Stormy Weather" and "Walk With Me") and Kenny Stevens on vocals, Dave & Jack Hacker dancing, and two groups: The Four Tones & The Crackerjacks

Canada Calls (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Ben Grauer & Court Benson) / bw-8m / November 8, 1948 (filmed '47) / Variety View #169

Canada's New Farmlands (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / March 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

Canadian Patrol (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Larry Elliott) / bw-9m / September 21, 1942 / Variety View #112: Shows the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in training

The Candy Kid (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Henry Clay Bate; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / October 27, 1941 (© September 10, 1941) / Stranger Than Fiction #98: Barbara Schultz of Evanston, Illinois is “official” candy taster / Fredrick Kuhn of Philadelphia uses peach pits for jewelry / J. A. Sanders of Kansas City has a chair with 200 compartments / gas station owner W. P. Reid of Augusta, Kansas marries couples by barter / a voodoo graveyard near Sunbury, Georgia / Professor George Keller runs a one-ring circus

Caramba (Arthur Cohen) / color & CinemaScope-10m / December 12, 1961 / Color Parade: Odd tale of a Mexican burro and his owner... the donkey is voiced by Frank Milana

Carlos Molina And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / December 31, 1947 / Name Band Musical.

Carnival In April (Will Cowan) / bw & 3-D-18m / © November 12, 1953 / Name Band Musical featuring Carlos Molinda & Orchestra. Also Toni Arden ("I'll Remember April" & "I'm Shooting High"), Josephine Premice ("I Go Siesta"), Fernando Rodriguez ("Pachito Eche"), Manolo Mera ("Granada") & dancer Margaret Brown & a trampoline act by The Robinsons. Also "Jealousie" & "El Cumbanchero."

Carnival Time (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / January 13, 1936 (filmed '35) / Mentone Brevity featuring Jack Fulton, Jean Sargent, Russ Brown. Title is setting

Carry On (Football No. 5) (Albert H. Kelley) / bw-10m / September 25, 1931 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Frank Carideo.

Cartoon Crusader (Cartune Crusader) (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Ben Grauer) / bw-10m / April 1, 1946 / Person-Oddity: Features Arthur Szyk as the famous political cartoonist. Also collections of oil burning lamps and chess sets, Mrs. Jane Manske's ceramic and a midget wedding in Austin, TX

Casey At The Mets (Arthur Cohen) / color-20m / May 1965 / SuperSpecial: In-depth story of baseball great Casey Stengel

The Cat's Paw (Harry Edwards) / bw-17m / © June 16, 1931 / Red Star Comedy: Daphne Pollard hides her canary on a “no pets allowed” train

Cattle And The Cornbelt: U.S.A. The Middle West (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / March 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

Cavalcade Of Aviation (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-19m / © December 24, 1941 / Going back to the Wright Brothers and showcasing all of the greats: Byrd, Chamberlain, Lindbergh, Earhart, etc.

Ceiling Whacks (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / © March 12, 1934 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Henry Armetta & Lita Chevret. Henry gets into family squabbles, then squbbles with his neighbors

Champ Butler Sings (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / November 29, 1954 / Name Band Musical featuring Frankie Carle & Orchestra with Champ Butler. Also Stan Fisher, Lorry Raine and Allan & Ashton: "Blue Moon", "Dance of the Comedians", "I'm Coming Over to Love You Tonight", "Cake Walk", "Boathouse Waltz" & "What Would I Do."

Champagne Music (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / November 20, 1946 / Name Band Musical featuring Lawrence Welk. With Betty Jane Pettit (“No Can Do”) and Kenny Stevens (“Alone”), dancers Jon & Inga Bergy, comedy star Judy Clark (“Playmates” & “I'm Nobody's Baby”). Other tunes: "Josephine," "Stumbling," "Honey," & "Running Wild"

The Champagne Music Of Lawrence Welk And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / January 1, 1949 (filmed '48) / Name Band Musical.

The Changing Cotton Land (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / March 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

Chaperones (Stern Bros.; Sam Newfield & Gus Meins) / bw & silent-20m / June 5, 1929 / Rube Goldberg's "Mike & Ike" starring Roger Moore & Ned La Salle. Also Charles Dorety

Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / April 14, 1947 (filmed December 1946) / Name Band Musical. With Rita Shore, Della Norell, Jeanne Blanche, Igor & Tania

Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra In Redskin Rhumba (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / September 15, 1948 (filmed July) / Name Band Musical. Besides title song, "Skyline" is featured. Virginia Maxey sings "Jeepers Creepers" and Clark Dennis sings "Peg of My Heart" and "Jealousy"

Charlie Spivak And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / May 14, 1947 / Name Band Musical. With The Star Dreamers & Tommy Mercer: "Devil's Holiday," "Born to be Blue," "No, No, Nora," "K-K-K-Katy," "Toot, Toot, Tootsie," "It's My Lazy Day," & "Stomping Room Only"

Chasing The Blues (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-20m / © October 23, 1942 / Name Band Musical featuring Ted Fiorito & Orchestra. With Fifi D'Orsay & Candy Candido

Cheating In Gambling (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; narrator: Ed Herlihy) / bw-17m / February 2, 1949 (filmed '48) / Features John Scarne

Cheyenne Cowboy (Nate Watt) / bw-25m / February 2, 1949 (filmed '48) / Musical Western starring Tex Williams. Tex is “Cheyenne Jones”, a cow puncher who inherits his uncle's ranch and must deal with cattle rustling. Plenty of singing: “”A Cowpoke Gits No Rest At All”, “A Man's Best Friend Is A Woman”, “Sun In the Sky” & “That Good Old Western Music”. In addition to his Western caravan, we get Lina Romay, Smokey Rogers, Deuce Spriggins, Stanley Andrews, Riley Hill & Helen Gibson

Chimp Aviator (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-9m / November 17, 1947 (Completed Mar '47) / Variety View #161

Chimp On The Loose (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-10m / April 1, 1946 (filmed 45) / Variety View #150

Chinese Blues (Junior Jewel; Ray Taylor) / bw-20m /March 31, 1930 / Sporting Youth with Ann Christy, Sumner Getchell & Joan McCoy. Judy helps her Chinese cook from being deported and locates a racketeer who has his passport by disguising herself as “oriental”

Choo Choo Swing (Band Parade) (Josef Berne) / bw-16m / November 22, 1943 / Name Band Musical featuring Count Basie & Orchestra. With Jimmy Rushing, the Delta Rhythm Boys & Bobby Brooks Quartet: "Choo Choo Swing"; "Swingin' the Blues", "Sent for You Yesterday", "Someone's Rocking My Dreamboat" , "St. Louis Blues", "Knock Me a Kiss"

Choo Choo Swing (Will Cowan; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-10m / November 1, 1948 / Sing & Be Happy

Christmas Cheer (Harold Beaudine) / bw-18m / December 11, 1929 / Sunny Jim McKee Comedy, co-starring Charles King & Florence Britton

The Cinematographer (University of Southern California; Bruce Seth Green & Gary Messenger) / color-17+m / December 1969 / Part of a series going behind the scenes of movie making

The Circus Show-up (Audio Cinema; Bryan Foy [per Film Daily]) / bw-18m / January 31, 1932 (Film Daily review) / The Shadow starring Russell Hopton, Sally Blane, Paul Nicholson, William Halligan, Allan Forrest, Neely Edwards & others. A trapeze artist is killed when the light switch is turned off

The Claim Jumpers (Joseph Levigard) / bw & silent-20m / January 19, 1929 (filmed '28) / The Forest Rangers starring Edmund Cobb.

Clap Your Hands (Will Cowan; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-10m / March 7, 1949 (© January 31) / Sing & Be Happy

Class In Swing (Larry Ceballos) / bw-16m / September 11, 1940 / Name Band Musical. Assorted teenagers take over a college campus while the professor is away

Claude Thornhill & Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / June 14, 1950 / Name Band Musical. With Marion Colby, Joaquin Garay, Nappy Lamare's Straw Hat Strutters & The Snowflakes: “Poor Lil”, “Temptation”, “Everything Is Latin in the USA” & “When She Wore A Tulip”

A Clean Sweep (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / December 1, 1928 / Tenderfoot Western starring George Chandler, Regina Doyle, Al Ferguson.

Cleaning Up (Doran Cox) / bw & silent-20m / April 22, 1929 / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake.

A Close Call (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / July 6, 1929 / Tenderfoot Western starring George Sandler, Elinor Flynn, Bill Patton & others.

Close Shaves (Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / April 22, 1929 / "Let George Do It" starring Syd Saylor.

Clubby Cub (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-8m / May 7, 1951 / Variety View: A bear's life at the London Zoo.

Clubhouse Party (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / © December 3, 1935 / Mentone Brevity featuring Ray Perkins, Roy Smeck, Kathryn Mayfield, Milton Charleston. Perkins is master of ceremonies introducing the acts

Cocktail Party (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-10m / May 12, 1937 (© April 22) / Mentone Brevity featuring Lucille Page, Lew Parker, Mary Iris Dooley. A bartender and night club employees put on a show when the scheduled talent doesn't appear

Cohen On The Telephone (Robert Ross) / bw-9m / August 11, 1929 (Film Daily preview) / Movietone Short starring George Sidney. A copy survives thanks to National Center or Jewish Film. A comic Yiddish conversation with the landlord.

College Capers (Will Cowan) / bw-16m / January 4, 1954 (filmed '53) / Name Band Musical featuring Lex Baxter & Eileen Barton. Comic musical set in a college and later night club. Features “I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me”, “Lover”, “Sambabamba”, “Quiet Village” & “Mambolero”

Come On Horace (Edward Ludwig) / bw & silent-10m / September 27, 1928 / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake.

Confusion In India (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Al Grobe) / bw-9m / June 21, 1943 / Variety View #121: Indian travelogue

Congamania (Larry Ceballos) / bw-17m / October 14, 1940 / Name Band Musical featuring Eddie Durrant & His Orchestra. With Jose Cansino Dancers, Nick Lucas guitar playing, Nina Orla, Peggy Carroll, Jose Casino Sextette dancing, the Flores Brothers, Pepe Guizar & the Theodores Dancing Duo

Connee Boswell & Les Brown's Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / September 2, 1930 / Name Band Musical. Tunes include: “I Don't Know Why” & “Martha”. Backing by the Moon Mists, the Dale Sisters, Teddy & Phyllis Rodriguez

Connee Boswell And Ada Leonard (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / May 7, 1952 / Name Band Musical. Featuring Leonard's All-Girl Orchestra, Bob Hopkins, Freddie Slack & His Trio and Anita Aros on violin: “Brahm's Fifth", "El Cubanshero", "Pig-Foot Pete' & "Basin Street Blues"

Cool And Groovy (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / June 2, 1956 / Name Band Musical. Anita O'Day, Buddy De Franco & others in compilation footage

Copa Carnival (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Ben Grauer) / bw-8m / June 28, 1948 (Completed mid-'47) / Variety View #167: Visiting Rio de Janeiro

Corral Cuties (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / June 20, 1954 / Name Band Musical featuring Tennessee Ernie Ford. With Molly Beem Herman the Hermit, Gene O'Quinn, Cliffie Stone, Billy Strange & Buckie Tibbs: "The Ain't the Blues", "Going Steady", "Anytime" , "Too Young to Tango", "Bright Lights and Blond-Haired Women", "Pinball Millionaire", "Oh, Susanna"& "Don't Start Courtin' in a Hotrod."

Cowboy Pluck (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / May 18, 1929 / Western starring Bob Curwood with Lotus Thompson, Frank Clark & others

Coyote Canyon (Will Cowan) / bw-24m / November 17, 1949 (filmed Jun) / Musical Western starring Tex Williams. With Smokey Rogers, Deuce Spriggins, Donna Martell, Judd Holdren, Leslie Kimmell, Jim Hayward, Robert J. Wilke & Jess fargo. Poor Tex is thought to be an outlaw and jailed! Later edited with FARGO PHANTOM to create a featurette TALES OF THE WEST NO. 2

Crater City (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: John S. Martin) / bw-8m / August 10, 1942 / Variety View #110: Touring the Dutch West Indies in the Caribbean

Crayfish (Astacus) (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-10m / © March 1, 1949 (edited '48) / Zoology Series

Crimson Courage (Joseph Levigard) / bw & synchronized score-20m / © February 17, 1930 (filmed '29) / Northwest Mounted Police starring Ted Carson.

The Crimson Permanent Assurance (Monty Python; Terry Gilliam) / Technicolor-16m / April 22, 1983 Spoof on swashbuckling epics involving elderly British employees of a London firm dubbed “Permanent assurance company”, this was initially planned as an animated short, but expanded into a live-action “special” shown with MONTY PYTHON'S THE MEANING OF LIFE. Featuring Sydney Arnold, Guy Bertrand, Andrew Bicknell, John Scott Martin, Leslie Sarony & others

Crooked Trails (Joseph Levigard) / bw & synchronized score-20m / © May 9, 1930 / Northwest Mounted Police starring Ted Carson.

Cross Country Run (Junior Jewel; Harry L. Fraser) / bw & silent-20m / June 9, 1929 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips, Dorothy Gulliver & Hayden Stevenson.

Cross Section Of Central America: Guatemala (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / August 1, 1948 / Earth & Its People (series): This critically acclaimed in-depth country-by-country survey was produced in "March of Time" fashion by Universal's non-commercial subsidiary and marketed for schools rather than theaters. However, their popularity prompted the studio to include them in the theatrical line-up for 1951-52 and '52-53 seasons.

Crossroads Of The Ages (Thomas Mead, producer) / Eastmancolor-9m / © April 21, 1957 (filmed '56) / Color Parade: Tour of Turkey

Cruising Waters (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Sidney Paul) / color-9m / May 1964 / Color Parade: Ontario waterways are profiled

Cuban Madness (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © October 26, 1945 / Name Band Musical featuring Carlos Molina & Orchestra. With Armida, Bobby Rivera, Iris & Pierre, Karen Randle (“You Never Say Yes, You Never say No”), Manuel Lopez. Opens with “Bim Bam Bum”

Cut-Ups (Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / August 12, 1929 / "Let George Do It" starring Syd Saylor. Henry thinks he has inherited a million and George decides to pose as a butler to impress his girl and her many relatives

Cyclemania (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-8m / © June 30, 1958 / Variety View



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Dance Demons (George Robinson) / bw-14m / © August 27, 1957 / Name Band Musical featuring Les Brown & His Band of Renown. With Jo Ann Greer, Buttch Stone, Stumpy Brown, Page & Bray, Lois Ray: “Moonlight In Vermont”, “Hawaiian War Chant” & “Cha-Cha For Gia”

Dancer To Win (Bruce Seth Green & William Burch) / color-12m / September 1970 / Profiles jockey Stanley Dancer

Dancing Daddies (Del Lord) / bw-18m / © April 27, 1932 / Red Star Comedy starring Eddie Lambert. Married Eddie gets in trouble flirting with two ladies at a party.

Dancing On the Stars (Arthur Dreifuss) / bw-16m / May 24, 1943 / Name Band Musical featuring Lillian Cornell, Al Donahue, Ann Stevens & Dick Todd.

The Danger Claim (Jack Nelson; script: Basil Dickey) / bw & synchronized score-18m / March 1, 1930 / The Pioneer Kid starring Bobby Nelson & Edmund Cobb. A prsopector's gold mine claim is in danger of bandits

The Danger Line (Bruce Mitchell) / bw & silent-20m / The Forest Rangers starring Edmund Cobb & Regina Doyle. July 27, 1929

Danger Under The Sea (Thomas Mead, producer; Jacques-Yves Cousteau; writer: Alan Kitchel Jr.; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Luis Van Rooten) / bw-18m / © September 25, 1951 / (Academy Award Nominee) Includes footage from earlier Cousteau documentaries about undersea life including EPAUES (1943).

Dangerous Days (Jack Nelson) / bw & silent-20m / December 28, 1929 / The Pioneer Kid starring Bobby Nelson, Edmund Cobb, Marjorie Bonner.

Dangerous Daze (Pineapples) (William Nigh) / bw-20m / March 11, 1931 / Red Star Comedy starring Bert Roach, Raymond Hatton, Betty Francisco, Maurice Black & Bert Scott. Two truckers wind up carrying bootleg gin to gangsters pretending to be little old ladies at a sanitarium

Daredevil Men (Cinema International Corporation; Bruce Seth Green) / color-30m / September 21, 1972 (filmed '71) / Part of a series going behind the scenes of movie making

A Daring Dude (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / February 2, 1929 / Tenderfoot Western starring George Chandler & others.

David Rose And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / December 24, 1953 / Name Band Musical.

A Day With The Boys (Clu Gulager & Laszlo Kovacks [camera]) / color-18m / December 1969 / A group of boys invite a businessman to play with them. Starring Michael Hertel

Day-Dreams (Jack Rollens) / bw & silent-10m / August 26, 1929 / Laemmle Novelty

Days Of Daring (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / April 13, 1929 / Western starring Bob Curwood with Gloria Grey, Bud Osborne

Deadly Drums (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; narrator: Fred Manness) / bw-8m / May 4, 1953 (filmed '52) / Variety View: Docudrama profiling the dangerous chemicals contained in two railroad freight cars.

Dear Myrtle (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-8m / © October 25, 1954 / Variety View: Tour of Rome from an American tourist's perspective

Dear Old Calford (Junior Jewel; Nat Ross) / bw & silent-20m / November 28, 1928 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips, Dorothy Gulliver & Hayden Stevenson. The new college president poo-poos athletics but a football jock saves his son in a chemistry lab explosion

Death's Head (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / December 8, 1928 / Western starring Bob Curwood with Lillian Gilmore & Wilbur Mack.

Del Courtney And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / June 1, 1949 / Name Band Musical. With the Bobby Tru Trio, the Wilson Sisters, Jimmie Dood, Patricia Alphin & Ray Adams. Includes "Good Evening" & "Revolutionary Swing."

The Delicatessen Kid (Walter Fabian) / bw-10m / October 14, 1929 / Universal Comedy starring Benny Rubin with Otto Ledener & Eddie Downing

Demi-Tasse (Warren Doane) / bw-20m / October 3, 1934 / Warren Doane Musical production No. 1

Desert Empire (Carlton T. Sills) / bw-30m / 1948 / U.S. Travelogue made for the 16mm market as separate 1-reel parts initially

Desert Ghost (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Henry Clay Bate; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / © February 24, 1942 / Stranger Than Fiction #103: Herb Wood of Tucson is a professional ghost hunter and makes "Cacti-Art" / Mrs. Frances Osbury of St. Louis makes dog hair outfits / Capt. Joe Hammer makes guns / Joe Viosca Jr. of New Orleans makes jewelry out of the fish scales / Pvt Alex Linton eats the inedible / Kermit Lj'ons of Sunnyside, Washington has a clever trick horse

Desert Harmonies (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-10m / April 10, 1935 / Mentone Brevity featuring Robert Halliday, Evelyn Harbert, Moran & Casper, Gracella & Theodore, 4 Black Jacks, Phillip Rider & Denny Williams. A fake kidnapping stunt becomes the real thing with boy getting girl in the end

Deserts Of America (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers) / bw-10m / March 27, 1941 / Going Places With Graham McNamee #88: includes the “dune scooter” of Michigan, gypsum sands of New Mexico and Palm Springs, California

Designed By Fannie Hurst (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Jack Costello) / bw-10m / © December 31, 1942 / Person-Oddity: Covers her religious antiques. Also a children trolley, a private cemetery owned by presidents / pipe cleaner dolls and Dayton, Nevada's “town on wheels”

Developing A Football Team (Albert H. Kelley; script: Samuel Freedman) / bw-10m / October 27, 1931 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Glenn Pop Warner.

Dick Jurgens And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / July 30, 1952 (© June 24) / Name Band Musical. Opens with "Day Dreams Come True at Night" & "Mama's Gone Goodbye." Also the Facundo Rivero Quintet ("Majarete"), Claudette Thornton and Al Galante ("The Pushcart Serenade"), the Rivero Quintet returns ("Machucando"). Concludes with Jurgens' Band playing "Canadian Capers" with dance team, The Robinsons

Dick Stabile And His Orchestra With The Sportsmen (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / January 30, 1952 (filmed '51) / Name Band Musical. With the Irving Fields Trio, the Pepper- ettes, and the Romanos Brothers

The Director (University of Southern California; Bruce Seth Green) / color-30m / 1969 / Part of a series going behind the scenes of movie making

Discontented Cowboys (Albert Ray) / bw-18m / November 12, 1930 / Universal Comedy starring George Sidney & Charles Murray, with Monte Collins & Roger Gray

Discovering Rhythm (United World Films; William Claiborne) / color (16mm)-11m / © March 31, 1967

Discus (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-11m / © January 7, 1948 (edited '47) / Part of a 16mm series "Track & Field"

The Distances (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-11m / © January 7, 1948 (edited '47) / Track & Field Series

The Divided City (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-10m / January 1, 1968 (completed '67?) / Color Adventure: Covers West Berlin

Divorce A La Carte (Samuel Freeman) / bw-20m / © April 2, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring George Sidney & Charles Murray

Dizzy Doings (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-17m / August 20, 1941 / Name Band Musical featuring Mary Healy, Frank Gaby & Jimmie Dodd. Gaby was star of the Broadway musical "Here Come the Clown". Also supporting is the cast of the radio show "Meet the People" radio program. Mary Healy sings "The Breeze and I."

Do You Like Snow? / color-9m / 1971

Doctor Jekyll's Hyde (Albert DeMond) / bw-10m / September 9, 1932 / Brevity: A reissue of a 1915 silent (The Cheval Mystery produced by Victor-Universal) with funny commentary. Rosemary Theby & Harry Meyers are featured

Doctor Of Paintings (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Al Grobe) / bw-8m / November 5, 1945 / Variety View #146: Features art restorer Dr. Goulinat

Doctor's Orders (Lou Breslow) / bw-20m / June 8, 1932 / The Thalians Club with Franklyn Pangborn, Natalie Kingston, Lincoln Stedman, Allan Forrest, Stanley Blystone, Rosemary Theby, Violet Barlowe & Jack Duffy.

Doctors At War (Office of War Information) / bw-10m / May 13, 1943 / War Activities Committee (Victory Short).

Dodging Danger (Doran Cox) / bw & silent-20m / May 25, 1929 / The Forest Rangers starring Edmund Cobb, Gloria Grey, Claude Payton.

Dog Of The Seven Seas (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-10m / June 17, 1946 / Variety View #152: Profiles a US Coast Guard pooch

Dog Tale (Thomas Mead, producer; Charles Turner; narrator: Jack Costello) / bw-8m / March 25, 1946 (filmed 45) / Variety View #149: Shorty is the official mascot for a US Infantry

Dogs For Show (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Ben Grauer) / bw-8m / November 6, 1944 / Variety View #136: Features boxers and “War Lord”, a major prize winner. Shows champions being trained by Dorick Kennels.

Doin' The Town (Larry Ceballos) / bw-16m / November 26, 1941 / Name Band Musical featuring Ozzie Nelson & Orchestra. Ozzie Nelson works for a big banana company account an auditions acts: Helen Parrish singing "Who Done It", Billy Lenhart & Kenneth Brown "Bananas Make Me Tough", along with The Hollywood Co-eds.

Doin' The Town (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / January 30, 1935 (filmed '34) / Mentone Brevity featuring Rachel Cortez, Gracie Worth, Billy Taylor, the Rhythm Rocketeers. A couple visits different nightclubs

Doing His Stuff (Harry Edwards) / bw & silent-20m / November 20, 1929 / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake.

Don Cornell Sings (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / November 13, 1952 / Name Band Musical. Accompanied by June Christy & Nita Bieber: “Be Fair”, “Oh, Marie”, “Temptation”, “Some Folks Do”, “Cubano” & “St. Louis Blues”

The Dorsey Brothers Encore (Will Cowan) / bw-15m /© October 22, 1953 / Name Band Musical. Featuring Dorsey's Dixieland Group: "Jazz Me Blues" & "We'll Get It", "Ain't She Sweet" sung by Gordon Polk. "Street Scene" danced by Earl Barton, Lynn Roberts sings "Yes Indeed"

Double Crossed (Alfred J. Goulding) / bw-19m / June 14, 1935 / Van Ronkel Comedy starring Sterling Holloway, Barbra Pepper & Joey Ray. Mistaken identity comedy set in Palm Springs

Double Talk Girl (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Tiny Ruffner) / bw-10m / © October 23, 1942 / Person-Oddity

Double Trouble (Doran Cox) / bw & silent-20m / December 21, 1928 / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake.

Down Jamaica Way (Carl Dudley, producer) / color & CinemaScope-9m / © November 15, 1960 / Color Parade

Down Memory Lane (Louis Sobol No. 1) (William Rowland & Monte Brice, producers) / bw-10m / December 9, 1932 / Radio Star Reel featuring Louis Sobol, Texas Guinan. Newspaper columnist Louis Sobel visits Texas Guinan and her work in westerns

Down On The Barn (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-17m / January 29, 1938 / Mentone Brevity featuring Billy Jones, Ernie Hare, Charles Althoff, Danzi Goodell, Clair St. Martin, Mac's Boys & Girls, Tom Emerson's Mountaineers.

Down The Magdelena (Hamilton Wright Jr.) / color-10m / © October 22, 1958 / Color Parade

Dream Dust (Will Cowan) / bw-10m / © November 29, 1949 / Sing & Be Happy

Dream Island (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-9m / September 5, 1955 / Color Parade: A New Yorker takes a vacation to Jamiaca (full Technicolor)

Drummer Man (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / December 3, 1947 / Name Band Musical featuring Gene Krupa & Orchestra. With Carolyn Gray singing “Boogie Blues”. Also “Lover”, “Stompin' at the Savoy”, “Blanchette” & “Leave Us Leap”

The Dust Eaters (Thomas Mead, producer; script: Allan Kitchell Jr; edited by Ed Bartsch) / color-9m / February 28, 1955 (filmed '54) / Color Parade: Covers Pennsylvania auto racing

Dutch Treat (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-9m / July 1964 / Color Parade

Dynasty Of Wonders (Edmund L. Dorfman; narrator: Kenneth Banghart) / bw-8m / April 4, 1949 (filmed '48) / Variety View #178: Tour of Yellowstone National Park

Eagle Versus Dragon (Daniel Mannix; narrator: Jule Mannix) / Technicolor-20m / © December 31, 1943 / Reissued (and edited to one reel) as a "Color Parade" in July 13, 1953 as KING OF THE SKY. Covers the training of pet eagles in Mexico with a key scene involving a large lizard.

Early To Wed (Stern Bros.; Gus Meins) / bw & silent-20m / July 3, 1929 / Rube Goldberg's "Mike & Ike" starring Roger Moore & Ned La Salle.

Earthworms (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-10m / © March 1, 1948 (edited '47) / Zoology Series

Echo Ranch (William Forest Crouch) / bw-25m / © March 24, 1948 / Musical Western starring Red River Dave & The Texas Tophands. The heroes stop an attempted murder whose ranch is at the mercy of bandits. Tunes include: title tune, "Red River Valley", "I Can't Tell That Lie to My Heart" & "I'm a Rovin' Cowboy."

Ed Sullivan's Headliners (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / © April 17, 1934 / Mentone Brevity featuring Ed Sullivan, Sid Gary, Irene Taylor, Jesse Block, Eva Sully, George Givot, Barbara Blane & Ben Pollack.

Eddie Howard And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-17m /August 22, 1955 / Name Band Musical.

Eddie Peabody And Sonny Burke's Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / November 16, 1951 / Name Band Musical. With Barbara Perry, the Cheer Leaders & the Red Norvo Tro. Tunes include "Mambo Jambo", "St.Louis Blues"

The Elgart Touch (George Robinson) / bw-14m / © July 6, 1957 / Name Band Musical featuring Les Elgart & Orchestra.

End Of The Plains / color-9m / April 1963 / Color Parade

The Enemy Strikes (US Army Pictorial Services) / bw-10m / March 15, 1945 / War Activities Committee (Victory Short). Covering the German front in retreat

Eskimo Hunters (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / December 1949 / Earth & Its People (16mm series) released on 35mm: Feb 18, 1952

Ethel Smith And Henry King Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / February 1, 1950 (filmed Oct '49) / Name Band Musical. With dancers Jon & Edna Torrence, Bette Black & the Mayo Brothers. Tunes: “Cachita”, “Paran Pan Pan”, “Dos Grillitos”, “El Cumbanchero” & “Give Out”

Everybody Dances (Carl Dudley, producer) / bw-8m / August 29, 1956 / Variety View: Just a hodgepodge of international dances but well-executed.

Eyes Have It (Harry Edwards) / bw-20m / February 17, 1932 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville, Eddie Gribbon & Sally Sweet



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Fabled Island / color-9m / May 29, 1962 / Color Parade: Tour of Tahiti

The Fabulous 40-Horse Hitch / color-9m / 1972

The Fabulous Land (Carl Dudley, producer) / Eastmancolor & Vistarama-10m / © December 26, 1957 / Tour of the US from coast to coast

Face Values (Jack Rollens; writer: Sam B. Johnson) / bw & silent-10m / October 7, 1928 (date Film Daily states is in production) / Laemmle Novelty: A tale told through facial expressions , featuring Paul Powers & Betty Thornton

Factories, Mines And Waterways: Industrial Western Europe (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / May 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

Fads And Fancies (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / © August 14, 1934 / Mentone Brevity featuring Val & Ernie Stanton, Fritz & Jean Hubert, Joey Nash, Ann Pritchard, Morgan & Stone, the Townsends, the Twelve Mentonettes.

The Fair Today (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-10m / May 10, 1954 / Color Parade: A family visits the Jersey State Fair

Family Troubles (Warren Doane, producer; George Stevens) / bw-21m / January 11, 1933 (filmed '32) / Warren Doane Comedy starring Henry Armetta. Henry overhears a play rehearsal with his step-son and thinks there's a murder plot.

Famous Plays (Albert H. Kelley) / bw-10m / © September 2, 1931 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Frank Carideo.

Fancy Curves (Lou Breslow) / bw-9m / February 29, 1932 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Babe Ruth.

Fannie Hurst And Her Pets (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Ben Grauer) / bw-10m / November 22, 1943 / Person-Oddity: In addition to Fanny, featured before in this series, we get the oldest man in USA, another pipe collection, wood carvings of interest and a crane in gun plant

Fantasie (Jack Rollens; writer: Sam B. Johnson) / bw & silent-10m / October 14, 1928 (date Film Daily states is in production) / Laemmle Novelty

Fantastic Castle (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers-) / bw-10m / May 20, 1944 / Person-Oddity: Opens with footage of Edward Leedskalnin's coral castle in Florida

The Far West (Bruce Seth Green & William Burch, producers; William C. Crain) / color-28m / 1976 / Made for Discover America Travel Organization, this is a travelogue of Alaska, Idaho, Nevada, Washington, Oregon and California

Farewell (Junior Jewel; Nat Ross) / bw & silent-20m / January 4, 1929 (filmed '28) / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips & Dorothy Gulliver.

The Fargo Phantom (Will Cowan) / bw-25m / February 9, 1950 (filmed August '49) / Musical Western starring Tex Williams. Assisted by Deuce Spriggins and Smokey Rogers, Tex battles a gang of stage-robbing bandits. Support: Shirley Ballard, Forrest Taylor, Stark Bishop, Monte Montagne, among others.Reissued as the feature-length TALES OF THE WEST VOL. 2

Farmer Fishermen: Norway (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / December 1, 1948 / Earth & Its People (series)

Farmer Gene Sarazen (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Frank Kelley; narrator: Ray Morgan) / bw-10m / © September 30, 1943 / Person-Oddity: Native of Brookfield Center, Connecticut handles 200 acres. Also: Kelly Museum in Kelsey, California with gold rush curios, lady lumberjack in Roseburg, Oregon and hook rugs made at Colorado State Prison

Farmers Of India: Middle Ganges Valley (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / April 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

Farming In South China (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / December 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

Farms And Towns Of Slovakia (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / February 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

Fast And Furious (Charles Lamont) / bw-19m / © September 21, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring Daphne Pollard, Norma Drew, Walter Merrill, Billy Gilbert & Lloyd Ingraham. Highlighted by another custard pie fight

Father Knows Best (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / February 15, 1935 / Van Ronkel Comedy starring Sterling Holloway, Phyllis Fraser, Richard Tucker, Virginia Hammond & Franklyn Pangborn. A shy suitor struggles with an aggressive gal's father, but wins over mom and butler.

Fellow On A Furlough (Vernon Keays) / bw-15m / March 1, 1944 (filmed '43) / Name Band Musical featuring Bob Chester & Orchestra. With Les Paul Trio, Nilsson Sislers & Hal Derwin: “Porky”, “Boy With The Wonderful Eyes”, “Tijuana Tea Party”, “Oh, Brother”, “The Bounce”, “Fellow On A Furlough”, “Dark Eyes”, “Rollo, Get With It”

Fellow Students (Sam Newfield) / bw-21m / April 9, 1930 / Sid (Syd) Saylor Comedy: Syd tries to get patients for his just opened doctor's office

Fiesta Frolics (Thomas Mead, producer) / Technicolor-7m / June 8, 1953 / Color Parade: Travelogue of Mexico, including rodeos and floating gardens.

Fight Of The Wild Stallions (Thomas Mead, producer; Edward Bartsch; narrator: Ben Grauer) / bw-20m / September 27, 1947 / (Academy Award Nominee) Covers horse wranglers and mustangs in the White Desert of Wyoming

Fighters Of The Lakes (Thomas Mead, producer; Ed Bartsch; script: Allan Kitchel; narrator: Kani Evans) / color-9m / December 5, 1955 / Color Parade: Pike fishing reel

Fighting For Victory (Junior Jewel; Nat Ross) / bw & silent-20m / November 12, 1928 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips, Dorothy Gulliver & Hayden Stevenson. The rival colleges Calford and Midvale stage a boxing match but students in the latter get crafty by making one athlete think he killed somebody in a tavern.

The Fighting Forester (Joseph Levigard) / bw & silent-20m / October 20, 1928 / The Forest Rangers starring Edmund Cobb, Vonceil Viking, Bud Osborn

A Fighting Tenderfoot (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / December 29, 1928 / Tenderfoot Western starring George Chandler, Dorothy Dix, Bud Osborne.

Financial Jitters (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / July 3, 1934 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Franklin Pangborn, Edward Nugent, Grady Sutton & Mary Korman. Two college buddies con one of their uncles for financial aid by pretending one got married... and must play the charade when he visits with one posing in drag.

Finishing School (Stern Bros.; Gus Meins) / bw & silent-20m / May 8, 1929 / Rube Goldberg's "Mike & Ike" starring Roger Moore & Ned La Salle.

The Finishing Touch (Warren Doane, producer; George Stevens) / bw-21m / October 19, 1932 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Bert Roach, Richard "Skeetz" Gallegher, June Clyde & Virginia Howell.

Finland, Farmer Woodsman (United World; Carl Dudley) / color (16mm)-18m / 1962 / part of a series "Today's People in Our Changing World"

Finny Business (Thomas Mead, producer; writer: Frank Kelly; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Jack Costello) / bw-8m / May 21, 1951 / Variety View: Profiles tuna and shark hunting

First To Fight (Harry Edwards) / bw-33m / © July 8, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville, Eddie Gribbon, Eleanor Hunt & Pat Harmon. Lengthier than usual comedy has Slim, a private bugle player, getting caught at Quantico's radio microphone in a private conversation with a girl

Fish Stories (Stern Bros.; Gus Meins) / bw & silent-20m / November 21, 1928 / Rube Goldberg's "Mike & Ike" starring Roger Moore & Ned La Salle. Also Betty Walsh

Fits & Benefits (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-18m / July 27, 1938 / Mentone Brevity featuring Eddie Bruce, Yorks & King, Original Cotton Club Tramp Band, Carolyn Marsh, The Merry Macs, Mirth & Mack, Sonny Rice, Eight Men of Manhattan & Josef Gershenson's Orchestra.

Flashing Blades (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-8m / February 23, 1942 / Variety View #104: Ice skating reel filmed at Toronto's 32nd annual carnival with Barbara Ann Scott, Meekin Taylor, Montgomery Wilson and the North American Champion Four

Flippen's Frolics (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-19m / July 2, 1936 / Mentone Brevity featuring Jay C. Flippen, Rose Marie, Jay & Lew Seiler, Bill Powers, Sid walker, the Manhattans & Bill Powers' Steppers. A variety show with Flippin as host

Flood Waters (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker) / bw-8m / April 26, 1948 / Answer Man Series

Fly Cops (Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / July 17, 1929 / "Let George Do It" starring Syd Saylor.

Flying Fishermen (Norman Gluck, producer) / color-9m / April 1965 / Color Parade

Flying High (Junior Jewel; uncredited) / bw & silent-20m / July 6, 1929 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips, Dorothy Gulliver & Walter Brennan.

Foiled Again (Charles Lamont) / bw-20m / © May 11, 1932 / The Thalians Club with Kenneth Harlan, Viola Dana, Patsy Ruth Miller & Jack Duffy.

Follies Parisiennes (Larry Ceballos) / bw-20m / April 15, 1940 / Name Band Musical featuring Harry Stafford & Veola Vonn. Night club setting. Also the Notables, Can-Can-Ettes dancers, Lafayette & LaVern, the Sterner Sisters, and the Mercer Borthers.

Follow Me (Harry Edwards) / bw-20m / © March 17, 1930 / Universal Comedy starring Arthur Lake

Foods For Paris Markets (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / May 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

Football 40 Years Ago (Albert H. Kelley; script: Samuel Freedman) / bw-10m / October 27, 1931 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Glenn Pop Warner.

Football Highlights Of 1959 (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-10m / December 1, 1959

Football Highlights Of 1960 (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-20m / December 1960

Football Highlights Of 1961 (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-20m / December 1, 1961

Football Highlights Of 1962 (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-20m / December 1962

Football Highlights Of 1963 (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-20m / December 1963

Football Highlights Of 1964 (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-20m-December 1964

Football Highlights Of 1965 (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-20m-December 1965

Football Highlights Of 1966 (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-20m-December 1, 1966

Football Highlights Of 1967 (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-20m / November 1967

Footlight Follies (Junior Jewel; Ben Holmes) / bw-12m / February 3, 1930 / Sporting Youth with Ann Christy, Sumner Getchell & Joan McCoy. College kids help a a struggling troupe

Footprints (Jack Rollens) / bw & silent-10m / November 19, 1928 / Laemmle Novelty

Fortress Of Freedom (Carl Dudley, producer; narrator: Marvin Miller) / Technicolor & Vistarama (& stereophonic sound)-10m / © March 23, 1955 (filmed '54) / Tour of Washington DC. This one is in Technicolor; many other Vistaramas are Eastmancolor

Foster's Canary College (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Howard Petrie) / bw-10m / April 24, 1944 / Person-Oddity: Bird college in Cleveland / 103 year old aviator in Corrigan, Texas / NYC ring collection / Chicago puppet opera

The Four Aces Sing (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / May 28, 1954 / Name Band Musical featuring Four Aces. Also Eve Young, Matt Dennis & the Three Houcs: “Tell Me Why”, "Hit the Target Baby", "Positively No Dancing" & "That Tired Routine"

Four Bears Before The Mast (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-18m / August 31, 1949 / The "bears" are coatimundis who appeared in the previous THEY WENT THAT A-WAY

Four Hits And A Mister (Parkside Productions; Douglas Hickox) / color-20m / December 1962 / SuperSpecial: Featuring Acker Bilk, filmed in England. First distributed in the US by Universal in May 1963 and reissued with PETE'S PLACE as "Jazz Festival" in November 1967

Fragrant Harbor (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-9m / © November 26, 1959 / Color Parade: Visiting Hong Kong and Macao

Frank DeVol And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / May 2, 1951 / Name Band Musical. With Jaye P. Morgan & George Tapps. Includes "Stompin' at the Savoy" and "You Do Something To Me"

Frankie Carle And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / January 31, 1951 (filmed '50) / Name Band Musical.

Fraud By Mail (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-8m / April 24, 1944 / Variety View #132: Profiles postal sleuths

Freddie Slack And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / January 4, 1950 (filmed Sep '49) / Name Band Musical.

French Canadians: The St. Lawrence Lowland, Quebec (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / March 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

French Leave (Sam Newfield) / bw-20m / February 25, 1930 / Sid (Syd) Saylor Comedy: A French dame dates a bunch of sailors on leave at the same time, causing rivalry

From Spruce To Bomber (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Jack Costello) / bw-8m / September 25, 1944 (© August 7) / Variety View #135: The making of a "Mosquito" fighter bomber.

Front Line Artists (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Lyle Van) / bw-9m / November 12, 1945 / Person-Oddity: Starts with an exhibition of Canadian war artists' work in Ottawa. Also one resident's gun collection in Claremore, Oklahoma, bird houses built at Camp Davis, North Carolina / a Tulsa doll collection / a collar museum in Troy, New York

Frontier Frolic (Lewis D. Collins) / bw-15m / © August 14, 1946 / Name Band Musical featuring Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys. With the Modernaires, the McKinney Sisters, Pat Starling & Tommy Duncan on a Las Vegas dude ranch. Songs: “Texas Playboy Rag”, “San Antonio Rose” & “Goodbye Liza Jane”

Frozen Frontier (Carl Dudley, producer) / Eastmancolor & Vistarama-10m / © November 18, 1956 / Tour of Glacier National Park along the Canadian border

Full Coverage (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / February 23, 1934 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Henry Armetta, Elaine Baker, Herbert Corthell & Paul Hurst.

Fun At The Zoo (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Nomi Mitty) / bw-18m / November 8, 1950 (© August 12) / Includes some circus performances at a zoo involving lions and elephants. Reissued December 1965

Fun Begins At Home (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-10m / February 2, 1937 / Mentone Brevity featuring Virginia Verrill, the Charioteers, Barry & Whitlege. A wealthy couple owes their butler's pay but a musical show increases everybody's coffers

Fun For All (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-8m / © October 14, 1953 / Variety View

Fun In A Firehouse (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-19m / October 9, 1936 / Mentone Brevity featuring Joe Smith, Charles Dale, Ferry Corway, Jeanne McCully & Virginia Verrill. A variety show in fire house.

Fun In The Clouds (Edward Ludwig) / bw & silent-10m / October 3, 1928 / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake, Tom O'Brien, Raymond Keane & Barbara Kent. Arthur becomes a stunt flyer for a movie company but his taste for some "loaded" tobacco prompts him to do more daredevil stunts than expected

Funny Four Legs (John A. Haeseler) / bw-8m / © March 8, 1959 (filmed '58) / Variety View: More bear antics

Funny Is Funny / color-9m / January 1967 / Color Parade

Future Generals (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Ben Grauer) / bw-8m / August 4, 1952 (© June 24) Variety View: Filmed at West Point

Future Skippers (Thomas Mead, producer; writer: Arthur Cohen; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Harlan Stone) / bw-8m / January 30, 1950 (© November 29, 1949) / Variety View #182: Brief history of the US Coast Guard

Gabriel Heatter Reporting (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Gene Hamilton) / bw-10m / September 10, 1945 / Person-Oddity: The radio host prepares for his broadcast. Other items: largest collection of pitchers, Indian relics, Gingko Petrified Forest in Washington and a trained rooster

Gals And Gallons (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-18m / May 16, 1939 / Mentone Brevity featuring Jan Peerce, Andy & Florence Mayo, East & Dumke, Deneet & Dee, Pansey the Horse.

Garden Spot Of The North (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-8m / August 16, 1941 / Variety View #95: Tour of Victoria in British Columbia

Gaucho Fiesta (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Ben Grauer) / bw-8m / August 16, 1948 / Variety View #171: Visiting Montevideo, Uraguay

Gay Nineties (Larry Ceballos) / bw-20m / © January 26, 1942 (filmed '41) / Name Band Musical featuring Johnny Downs & Susan Miller. Vaudeville sketches feature Clyde Cook, Yvonne Davis, Sandra Gould, Gertrude Pedlar, Erlre C. Kenton and the Rhythm Rascals, along with the original Keystone Kops (Heinie Conklin, Snub Pollard, Chester Conklin)

Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / June 24, 1949 / Name Band Musical. Featuring acrobat group The Maxellos and Frank Rosolino on trumpet. Tunes include “Lemon Drop”, “Bop Boogie” & “Deep Purple”

George Washington- Country Gentleman (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-8m / November 10, 1941 (© September 23) / Variety View #98: Covers Mt. Vernon

Germany, The Southern Uplands (United World; Carl Dudley) / color (16mm)-18m / 1962 / part of a series "Today's People in Our Changing World"

Get A Horse (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Fred Maness) / bw-8m / January 26, 1953 (© February 2, 1952 held over) / Variety View: A look at some of the earliest automobiles

Get In The Swim (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-10m / March 1967 (completed '66) / Color Adventure: Features performing dolphins and pretty mermaids in Florida

Getting Buster's Goat (Century Film-Stern Bros.; Gus Meins) / bw & silent-20m / July 24, 1929 / Buster Brown starring Arthur Trimble & Doreen Turner.

Getting The Air (Gus Meins) / bw-20m / © February 17, 1930 / Universal Comedy starring Arthur Lake

A Gift From Dirk (Sigmund Miller; narrator: Eddie Albert) / Eastmancolor-15m / November 21, 1954 / Fantasy produced in Holland: a child grows a firebird tulip for his mother.

The Girl From Gunsight (Will Cowan) / bw-24m / September 15, 1949 / Musical Western starring Tex Williams & Donna Martell. Some plot here: Donna plays Maggie dating a guy (Myron Healey) only into her inheritance, but Tex and his buddies come to the rescue.

Girl Meets Buoy (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; camera: Bob Daly) / bw-8m / © July 9, 1956 / Variety View: Motor boating reel

Girl Time (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / May 16, 1955 / Name Band Musical. Featuring Ira Ray Hutton, Tina & Coca, Costello Twins & others

Gleason's New Deal (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / July 12, 1933 / Warren Doane Comedy starring James Gleason, Florence Roberts. Jimmy attempts, despite his mother-in-law's scorn, to play “house wife” with a new system all his own that backfires when he goes to work

Go Get 'Em Kid (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / August 3, 1929 / Tenderfoot Western starring George Chandler, Elinor Flynn, Bud Osborne & others.

Go North (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Ben Grauer) / bw-8m / October 1, 1945 / Variety View #144

Go South, Amigos (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-9m / February 8, 1954 (filmed '53) / Color Parade: Mexican travelogue

Go To Blazes (Harry Edwards) / bw-20m / October 15, 1930 / Universal Comedy starring George Sidney & Charles Murray. Antics in a fire house



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Going Places With Graham McNamee

(Produced by Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien and directed by Henry Clay Bate)

  • No. 53 / bw-9m / August 22, 1938 / A visit to Silver Springs, Florida and reptile handler Ross Allen

  • No. 54 / bw-9m / September 12, 1938 / Covers Natchez South (Florida mostly)

  • No. 55 / bw-9m / October 3, 1938 / Covers chincillas raised in Inglewood, California

  • No. 56 / bw-9m / November 14, 1938 / Tour of Puerto Rico

  • No. 57 / bw-9m / November 28, 1938 / Visits Yellowstone

  • No. 58 / bw-9m / January 16, 1939 (© November 30, 1938) / Covers windmills at Cape Cod, MA, then Napoleon's Corsica

  • No. 59 / bw-9m / January 30, 1939 / Tonawanda Indian reservation, New York is shown first, then the Cairo Museum

  • No. 60 / bw-7m / February 20, 1939 / Tennessee Tweetsie train trip to Boone, North Carolina

  • No. 61 / bw-9m / March 13, 1939 / Covers Rio de Janiero

  • No. 62 / bw-9m / April 16, 1939 / “America takes to Skis”

  • No. 63 / bw-9m / May 15, 1939 / Visiting Adler Planetarium in Chicago

  • No. 64 / bw-9m / June 28, 1939 / Filmed in Taxco de Alarcon in Mexico

  • No. 65 / bw-9m / July 17, 1939 / Caribbean tour: Grenada, St. Vincent, St. Lucia

  • No. 66 / bw-9m / September 25, 1939 / Visiting a Florida "Man Made Jungle" near Vero Beach

  • No. 67 / bw-9m / October 15, 1939 / Tour through various African countries

  • No. 68 / bw-10m / November 13, 1939 / Profiles various birds of America from tropical toucans to cranes to Canada Geese

  • No. 69 / bw-9m / December 11, 1939 / Covers Virgin Islands

  • No. 70 / bw-9m / December 25, 1939 / turtle hatchery in Beaufort, North Carolina / Virgin Islands

  • No. 71 / bw-9m / January 15, 1940 (© December 5, 1939) / Animal topic reel: sloths, spider monkeys, turtles and deer included

  • No. 72 / bw-9m / February 5, 1940 / Covers Rhodesia's African velt

  • No. 73 / bw-9m / February 26, 1940 / First part covers various railroads, second dog shows Morris & Essex in New Jersey

  • No. 74 / bw-9m / March 18, 1940 / “Little England”, Barbados

  • No. 75 / bw-9m / April 29, 1940 / Death Valley, California

  • No. 76 / bw-9m / May 13, 1940 / Odd topics of pretzel making and goat farming

  • No. 77 / bw-9m / May 27, 1940 / Covers dude ranching

  • No. 78 / bw-9m / June 17, 1940 / Curacao tour

  • No. 79 / bw-9m / July 17, 1940 / Covers sea lions and other wildlife along Florence, Oregon

  • No. 80: Down El Paso Way / bw-9m / August 12, 1940 (© June 5) / Covers Texas

  • No. 81 / bw-9m / September 23, 1940 / The US Coast Guard visit South America

  • No. 82 / bw-9m / October 14, 1940 / Sun Valley recreation

  • No. 83 / bw-9m / November 11, 1940 (© October 4) / Arizona tour

  • No. 84 / bw-9m / December 2, 1940 / Visits Trinidad

  • No. 85 / bw-9m / January 22, 1941 (© December 4, 1940) / Norwegian seal hunting on Jan Mayen Island

  • No. 86 / bw-9m / February 19, 1941 (© December 4, 1940)

Going Places With Lowell Thomas

(Produced by Allyn Butterfield and directed by Charles E. Ford)

  • No. 1 / bw-10m / © June 28, 1934 / Covers Venice glass blowing, Crimean coastlines, Ubangi tribe, the Turkannas & the Pygmies

  • No. 2 / bw-9m / August 1, 1934 / Features Hamburg Zoo babies, Russian women workers, Eronguaricure Island ceremony, dances of Hopis in Arizona, Belgium, China, Austrian Tyrol, South Africa and Sweden

  • No. 3 / bw-10m / © August 20, 1934

  • No. 4 / bw-9m / © December 6, 1934 / Covers Aztec ruins, Malta, Oregon Indian fishermen and the first ascent of Mt. Crillon, Alaska

  • No. 5 / bw-9m / December 8, 1934 (Film Daily review) / Covers Algiers and Nassau, Bahamas

  • No. 6 / bw-9m / © January 15, 1935 (edited '34) / Covers Istanbul, Washington State and Bermuda

  • No. 7 / bw-9m / © February 19, 1935 / Features Mexican fishing, Mt. Rainer and Japanese opera

  • No. 8 / bw-11m / © March 18, 1935 / Tour of Honolulu

  • No. 9 / bw-10m / © May 24, 1935 / Shots of Mt Rainer and a wedding in Australia included

  • No. 10 / bw-9m / © June 4, 1935 / Features Greece, the New Mexico Navajo and fishing in Pacific northwest USA

  • No. 11 / bw-9m / June 7, 1935 / Visiting Rome

  • No. 12 / bw-9m / June 14, 1935 / City gardens from New York to Mexico City

  • No. 13 / bw-9m / August 18, 1935 / Features museum restorations... religious structures in the southwest US and the Akeley African Hall of stuffed mammals at American Museum of Natural History (NYC)

  • No. 14 / bw-9m / © November 13, 1935 / Covers Niagara falls, then Arabian horses at the Kellog Farm, California

  • No. 15 / bw-9m / © November 26, 1935 / Covers Totonacos of Mexico, Samuel Yellin of Philadelphia's iron creations and Bivalve, New Jersey oyster schooners

  • No. 16 / bw-9m / December 16, 1935 / 3 topics: Vermont marble, shark fishing and Madeira wines

  • No. 17 / bw-9m / © December 17, 1935 / Shots of angora rabbits and Peking (China)

  • No. 18: Cartoonland Mysteries / bw-9m / March 7, 1936 / Profile of the Walter Lantz animation studio.

  • No. 19 / bw-9m / March 23, 1936 / Covers gold mining in New Guinea and new shots of planes

  • No. 20 / bw-9m / © April 9, 1936 / Havana, Cuba

  • No. 21 / bw-9m / © May 27, 1936 / Gulf of Aden, fortress of the Mediterranean

  • No. 22 / bw-9m / © June 10, 1936 / Covers Jerusalem, Demascus and Bethlehem

  • No. 23 / bw-9m / July 6, 1936 / Visiting Egypt

  • No. 24 / bw-9m / July 20, 1936 / Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia

  • No. 25 / bw-9m / August 3, 1936 / Visiting Nova Scotia

  • No. 26 / bw-9m / August 17, 1936 / 3 topics: golf balls , Canyon Lake in Arizona and Spanish Los Angeles

  • No. 27 / bw-9m / September 14, 1936 / 3 topics: tuna fishing in Sicily, blowing bubbles in Buffalo, NY and Crater Lake

  • No. 28 / bw-9m / © October 15, 1936 / Tour of Colorado

  • No. 29 / bw-9m / © October 23, 1936 / Mt. Olympus, Washington and Celilo falls, Oregon

  • No. 30 / bw-9m / © November 19, 1936 / Glimpses of Arizona's Petrified Forest and China's Yangtze River

  • No. 31 / bw-9m / December 20, 1936 / Visiting Jamaica

  • No. 32 / bw-8m / February 1, 1937 / Bryce Canyon scenics, followed by handicapped Charlie Jones of Vancouver befriending birds

  • No. 33 / bw-9m / © March 3, 1937 / Tour of Miami

  • No. 34 / bw-9m / March 22, 1937 / Visiting Death Valley

  • No. 35 / bw-8m / April 12, 1937 / Snow scenes in the Cascades

  • No. 36 / bw-9m / May 12, 1937 / Nassau, Behamas, Caribbean sports and sponge fishing

  • No. 37 / bw-9m / June 7, 1937 / Vermont and its maple syrup

  • No. 38 / bw-9m / June 28, 1937 / Spotlights Irish linen

  • No. 39 / bw-9m / October 18, 1937 / Covers table tennis

  • No. 40 / bw-9m / November 1, 1937 / Features Pitcairn and Easter Islands

  • No. 41 / bw-9m / November 15, 1937 / Covers the Quinault tribe in Washington

  • No. 42 / bw-9m / November 22, 1937 / Includes charms in arms, "half shell" soup & boatloads of "goodies"

  • No. 43 / bw-9m / December 6, 1937

  • No. 44 / bw-9m / January 3, 1938 (filmed '37)

  • No. 45 / bw-9m / January 29, 1938 / Covers Sumatra “head hunters” and Clinton, Massachusetts doll factory

  • No. 46 / bw-9m / February 28, 1938 / Profiles Danbury, Connecticut's hat fair, then Crater Lake

  • No. 47 / bw-9m / March 21, 1938 / Kokichi Mikimoto is Japan's richest man thanks to oysters. Also Newark, Ohio's glass industry

  • No. 48 / bw-9m / April 1, 1938 (Film Daily review) / Segments: Haitian wood workers, the Museum of Science & Industry (NYC) and Mongolia's Buddhist shrines

  • No. 49 / bw-9m / April 25, 1938 / Covers synthetic rubber and circus seals in training

  • No. 50 / bw-9m / May 9, 1938

  • No. 51 / bw-9m / June 2, 1938 (Film Daily review) / Covers New Brunswick

  • No. 52 / bw-9m / June 27, 1938 (© March 27) / Visiting Mexico City

Going Strong (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © October 11, 1954 / Name Band Musical.

Gold Strike (Will Cowan) / bw-25m / March 30, 1950 (filmed August '49) / Musical Western starring Tex Williams. With Deuce Spriggins, Smokey Rogers, Shirlee Allard, Jack Ingram, Fred Kohler Jr., Robert Anderson & James Lin

Golden Ladder (Will Cowan) / bw-14m / / Name Band Musical featuring Gogi Grant. © January 5, 1957 (filmed '56) With Rod McKuen, Buddy Bregman, the Bill Thompson Singers & the King Sisters. Featuring the title track and “The Wayward Wind”

The Golden Peninsula (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-9m / © December 10, 1959 / Color Parade: Tour of Burma

The Good Old Days (Albert DeMond) / bw-10m / November 2, 1932 / Brevity: Vintage 1910s-20s clips and humorous commenbtary of Wallace Beery, Dot Farley, Virginia Valli, John Gilbert as a juvenile, Norma Talmadge and Lon Chaney

The Good Old Days (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers) / bw-10m / April 17, 1941 (© March 11) / Going Places With Graham McNamee #89: The story of tombstones across the country

Good Skates (Stern Bros.; Frances Corby) / bw & silent-20m / August 26, 1929 / Rube Goldberg's "Mike & Ike" starring Roger Moore & Ned La Salle.

Good Time Henry (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-21m / May 3, 1934 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Henry Armetta. Henry is conned by a shop customer to entertain wild ladies in their apartment

The Goofers (George Robinson) / bw-14m / © June 3 1957 / Name Band Musical.

Goofytone Newsreel #1 (Gem Pictures; George S. Gullette) / bw-8m / July 12, 1933 / Based on original sketches by George Frame Brown. First one spoofs news-worthy items like a champion lady floater forced underwater by her husband, a hiccup champion and a diplomat from a country called Renegg who explains their tax problems

Goofytone Newsreel #2 (Gem Pictures; George S. Gullette) / bw-10m / August 29, 1933 / Includes a Swedish dialect sequence

Goofytone Newsreel #3 (Gem Pictures; Don Malkames) / bw-10m / December 15, 1933 / Burlesque on the NRA, CWA and SOL (and other alphabet agenies from the government), Mrs. Cooke demonstrates a double-triple-decker concocter cooker, a Belmont Downs race involves mules, Chancellor Moahn discusses Renegg's gold standard

Goofytone Newsreel #4 (Gem Pictures; Don Malkames) / bw-10m / © January 29, 1934 / Features the loony Ambassador of Renegg again. Also a toupee demonstration.

Goofytone Newsreel #5 (Gem Pictures; Don Malkames) / bw-8m / © February 19, 1934 / Spoofs etiquette experts, more of Chancellor Moahnn of Renegg, a chorus girls runs a symphont

Goofytone Newsreel #6 (Gem Pictures; Don Malkames) / bw-10m / © March 6, 1934 / Sketches: a husband explains for the newsreel cameras why he wants a divorce, a nudisyt colony is visited, two lady hikers, an ant biology “professional” and a construction worker struggling for air

Goofytone Newsreel #7 (Gem Pictures; F. Hetrick) / bw-10m / © April 12, 1934

Graduation Daze (Junior Jewel; Nat Ross) / bw-20m / August 31, 1929 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips & Dorothy Gulliver. Last of the series. With sound.

Grave Laughter (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Jack Costello) / bw-8m / October 15, 1945 / Variety View #147: Covers humorous tombstones

A Great Idea (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-18m / © August 20, 1935 / Mentone Brevity featuring Eton Boys, Sugar Cane, Consuelo Gonzales & Joe Fields. An impersonator cons a stage producer

The Great River (Norman Gluck, producer) / color-9m / April 1965 / Color Parade

The Greeks Had No Word For Them (Albert DeMond) / bw-10m / © October 5, 1932 / Brevity comedy-reel

Gus Van And His Neighbors (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / © September 11, 1934 / Mentone Brevity featuring Gus Van, Martha Mears, Armida & Danny Dare's Dancing darlings.

Gus Van's Garden Party (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-10m / © August 10, 1936 / Mentone Brevity featuring Eight Lovely Girls, Bill Powers Pavillion Royale Girls, Miller & Massey.

Gus Van's Music Shoppe (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / © November 29, 1935 / Mentone Brevity featuring Gus Van, Peggy Flynn, Ray Sax, the Mountaineers, Leroy & Weaver, the Randall Sisters.



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A Half Holiday (Jack Rollens) / bw & silent-10m / June 3, 1929 / Laemmle Novelty

Halfback Buster (Century Film-Stern Bros.; Sam Newfield) / bw & silent-20m / September 19, 1928 / Buster Brown starring Arthur Trimble, Lois Hardwick, Bobby Lloyd & others.

Hall Of Fame (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker) / bw-10m / January 19, 1948 (filmed '47) / Answer Man Series: Subjects include canyon rivers

Halloween (Junior Jewel; Ray Taylor) / bw-20m / April 14, 1930 / Sporting Youth with Ann Christy, Sumner Getchell & Joan McCoy.

Handicapped (Jack Rollens) / bw & silent-10m / September 27, 1928 / Laemmle Novelty

Harlem Bound (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-17m / © October 25, 1935 / Mentone Brevity featuring Normand Astwood, Ford Washington Lee, John William Sublett, Cook & Brown, Avis Astwood, Pork Chops & the Cotton Club Chorus

The Harmonicats And Miguelito Valdes & Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / October 15, 1950 / Name Band Musical.

Harmony Highway (Vernon Keays) / bw-15m / November 22, 1944 / Name Band Musical featuring Al Donahue & His Orchestra. With Lynne Stevens & Dick Vance ("Knock Me a Kiss"), Marlyn Hare ("Blame It on the Rhumba"), the Foursome ("In a Little Spanish Town"), the Stapletons dance. Also "The Moon Is Low" and "Temptation"

Harnessed Lightning (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Harold James Moore) / bw-17m / November 12, 1947 / Tom Berry trains horses in Blue Grass, Kentucky

Harry James And The Music Makers (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / May 4, 1953 (filmed '52) / Name Band Musical. With Gale Robbins, with dancers Alain & Ashton: "Chiribiribin", "Charmaine", "I Got a Crush on You", "Moanin' Low", "The Brave Bulls" & "I'm in a Jam With Baby"

Have Patience (Century Film-Stern Bros.; Sam Newfield) / bw & silent-20m / January 6, 1929 (filmed '28) / Buster Brown starring Arthur Trimble, Lois Hardwick.

Hawaii: The Island State (United World; Carl Dudley) / color (16mm)-20m / December 1959

Hawaiian Capers (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-17m / © August 31, 1937 / Mentone Brevity featuring Ralph Kirbery, Jean Sargent, Harry Savoy. Antics on a dream vacation trip

Hawaiian Nights (Will Cowan) / bw-17m / January 22, 1954 (filmed '53) / Name Band Musical. Comic all-star with the Miss Univers Beauty Pageant involved: Includes Pinky Lee, Mamie Van Doran, Lisa Gaye, Alfred Apaka, Ben Chapman, Tani Marsh, Steve Steventon, Danny Stewart

Hawaiian Rhythm (Larry Ceballos) / bw-17m / July 17, 1940 / Name Band Musical featuring Harry Owens & His Royal Hawaiians. Intermixes travelogue footage with the singing. Also Don & Sally Jennings ballroom dancing, Sterns & Dean, the Royal Samoans and vocalist Rita Rio.

He Couldn't Take It (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-19m / November 24, 1933 (Film Daily review) / Warren Doane Comedy starring Sterling Holloway, Eddie Nugent, Dorothy Ward. Double dating with his pal again, Sterling gets man-handled by an aggressive lady

Heartburn (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / © March 26, 1934 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Sterling Holloway, Hale Hamilton, Dorothy Christy, Gloria Shea, Charles L. Coleman, Alene Carroll. Sterling is a private secretary to Hale who must win back his boss' wife by posing as a “menace”. This creates trouble with his own girl.

Hello Napoleon (Harry Edwards) / bw-17m / © May 18, 1931 / Red Star Comedy starring Lloyd Hamilton, Al Thompson, Billy Franey & others. Gardener and pest control Lloyd winds up in a hospital with some looneys

Hello Russia (Harry Edwards) / bw-20m / © December 17, 1930 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville & Eddie Gribbon

Henry's Social Splash (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / December 19, 1934 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Henry Armetta, Franklyn Pangborn, Lucien Prival, Elaine Baker & Sylvia Picker. A vacation to Newport has Henry mistaken for a jewel thief

Her Bashful Beau (Sam Newfield) / bw-20m / © March 17, 1930 / Universal Comedy starring Arthur Lake

Here's Luck (Stephen Roberts) / bw-20m / May 20, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville & Eddie Gribbon. In the army over at the Rhine, Slim uses a graphophone to his advantage with the sergeant, prompting multiple “right face” commands and is even tricked into digging a fox hole.

Here's The Gang (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / April 2, 1935 / Mentone Brevity featuring The Society Pets, Ernie Stanton, Nayan Pearce, Don Cartha, Jacqueline Allen, Ken Browne, Yvonne Monoll, Paul Howard & Will Carter. A musical house party

Here's Your Answer (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker) / bw-10m / June 20, 1947 / Answer Man Series: Covers questions on penguins, Eskimos, whales, crew races, twins and paratroopers

Herman's Herd (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / November 2, 1949 / Name Band Musical featuring Woody Herman & Orchestra. Accompanied by Terry Gibbs, Patricia Lynn, Margaret Brown, Peggie Castle & the Mellow-Larks

Hermit Of Oklahoma (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Henry Clay Bate; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / October 13, 1941 / Stranger Than Fiction #97: Joe Muhlbacker, Cheyenne, Oklahoma makes cement art / Mrs. Clara Stringer, San Antonio, still designs costumes at age 80 / Phyllis Armstrong, Wayland, N. Y., has a dress-up lamb / Dr. R. S Nieman collects glass Cup plates / Little Lydia Shields of Newton, Massachusetts rides her Great Dane like a pony / Alfred Nilson, NYC radio station monitor lives on a Chinese junk

Hesitating Love (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / November 16, 1932 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Bert Roach, Louise Fazenda, Marie Prevost, Gertrude Astor, Louise Beavers & Vince Barnett.

Hi-Jack and the Game (Junior Jewel; Ben Holmes) / bw-18m / November 24, 1929 (Film Daily review) / Sporting Youth with Ann Christy, Sumner Getchell & Joan McCoy.

Hi! Colorado (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color & CinemaScope-9m / © December 15, 1959 / Color Parade: Riding the river through the Grand Canyon

Hickory Holiday (Thomas Mead, producer; writer: Alan Kitchel Jr.; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Jack Costello) / bw-8m / April 30, 1951 (filmed '50) / Variety View: Ski lodge behind-the-scenes

Hidden Valley Days (William Forest Crouch) / bw-27m / February 2, 1948 (filmed '47) / Musical Western starring Red River Dave. With the Texas Tophands, Kenne Duncan, Curly Williams & Peggy Peron. Thin plot involves the star helping an old rancher with his cattle and capture airplane using bank robbers

High Jump (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-11m / © January 7, 1948 (edited '47) / Track & Field Series

High-Jack 'n The Snow (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-17m / April 11, 1938 / Mentone Brevity featuring James Barton, Bea Saxon, the Three Marshalls & Starnes Foursome

Highlands Of The Andes: Peru (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / March 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

Hillbilly Artist (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Larry Elliott) / bw-10m / September 28, 1945 / Person-Oddity

His Bachelor Daddy (Harold Beaudine) / bw-20m / March 8, 1930 / Sunny Jim McKee Comedy: Pint-sized Sunny tries to please a grumpy lonely bachelor

His First Case (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / June 14, 1933 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Vince Barnett, Fred Kelsey & Bert Roach. “Ham” detectives must guard the life of a philandering businessman.

His Last Fling (Charles Lamont) / bw-20m / / Van Ronkel Comedy starring Stanley Holloway, Carla Laemmle, Joey Ray & Phyllis Fraser. July 18, 1935

Hit Tune Jamboree (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-16m / © December 14, 1942 / Name Band Musical featuring George Olsen & Orchestra. With the Mills Brothers: "He's My Guy," "Woodchoppers Ball," "Green Eyes," "Deep in the Heart of Texas," "Tiger Rag," "Heart of Harlem" and "Sleepy Time Gal."

Hit Tune Serenade (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-15m / September 27, 1943 / Name Band Musical featuring Henry Busse & Orchestra. With Ray Eberle, the Taylor Maids & Janette Johnson: "Linger Awhile," "You Were Meant for Me" and "I'm Through with Love."

Hits Of The Nineties (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker) / bw-8m / October 18, 1948 / Sing & Be Happy

Hits Of Today (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / © July 30, 1934 / Mentone Brevity featuring George Rockwell, Goodman & Jane Ace, Frances Langford, Florence & Bob Robinson, Pettet & Douglas, Willie Bryant, The Harlem Syncopators, Sally Gooding & Dusty Fletcher.

Hobo Hound (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Ben Grauer) / bw-8m / August 19, 1946 (wide-release December 7) / Person-Oddity: Featuring a Saint Bernard named Butch of Glen Cove, NY

Hobo News (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Ed Herlihey) / bw-8m / / Variety View #131)-March 27, 1944 Covers a popular “road” newspaper

Hold Your Horses (Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / January 16, 1929 (filmed 28) / Rube Goldberg's "Mike & Ike" starring Roger Moore & Ned La Salle.

The Hold-Up (Morton Downey No. 3) (William Rowland & Monte Brice, producers) / bw-21m / © January 24, 1933 / Radio Star Reel featuring Joe Young, John Young, the Do-Re-Mi Trio, Freddie Martin & his Orchestra

Holiday Ahead (Thomas Mead, producer; Richard Wright; narrator: Tex Antoine) / color-9m / © October 25, 1954 / Color Parade: More Italy including Pompeii

Holiday In The Hills (Thomas Mead, producer) / color-9m / © November 14, 1956 / Color Parade: Skiing, snow sculpture and other wintertime activities in the Laurentian Mountains of Canada

Hollywood Halfbacks (Charles Lamont) / bw-18m / December 8, 1931 (BoxOffice review) / Universal Comedy starring Johnny Harron, Franklin Pangborn, Priscilla Dean, Mary Brian & others. Well received (and larger budgeted than usual) sports comedy special set on a football field.

The Hollywood Handicap (Buster Keaton & Charles Lamont) / bw-20m / August 10, 1932 / The Thalians Club with a large cast of guests: John Wayne, Anita Stewart, Bert Wheeler, Marion Byron, Dickie Moore, Jack Duffy, James Murray, Vernon Dent, Ivan Lebedeff, Truly Marshall, Mary Korman, Harold Goodwin, John Harron, Dorothy Christy & David Rollins

Hollywood Kids (Charles Lamont) / bw-20m / © June 23, 1932 / Red Star Comedy

Hollywood Or Bust (Edward Ludwig) / bw & silent-10m / August 29, 1928 / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake & Hoot Gibson.

Hollywood Screen Test (Charles E. Ford & S. Sylvan Simon) / bw-21m / July 8, 1937 / Shows how Catherine Hughes goes through the ropes to become an actress. Also features Caesar Romero, Grace Goodall, Edward Earle and Charles Brokaw.

Hollywood Trouble (Jack Townley) / bw-20m / January 3, 1935 (filmed '34) / The Thalians Club with Franklyn Pangborn & Gertrude Short. Rich kid joins a dramatic school

Home Of The Iceberg (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker) / bw-10m / August 23, 1948 / Answer Man Series: Covers the arctic, bear vs. cougar & bowling

The Honest Forger (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Frank Kelley; narrator: Ray Morgan) / bw-10m / June 19, 1944 / Person-Oddity: Features one who copies signatures of stars on fan photographs. Also Newark, Illinois tiny railroad, a WAC mascot and a Connecticut community freezing locker

Honorable Myrtle (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; narrator: Arnold Stang) / color-9m / © December 15, 1959 / Color Parade: Tour of Tokyo

Hoop Skirt, Bustle And Skin (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker) / bw-8m / August 25, 1947 / Answer Man Series:

Horsemen Of The Pampas (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / October 1, 1948 / Earth & Its People (series)

Hot And Bothered (Charles Lamont) / bw-20m / March 4, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring George Sidney & Charles Murray

Hot And Hectic (Will Cowan) / bw-16m / September 28, 1945 / Name Band Musical featuring Tommy Tucker & Orchestra. With Donald Brown, Corinne & Tito Valdez. Tunes: "Sleepy-Time Gal", "Nocturne No. 2", "Spell of the Moon" & "Boarding House Jump."

Hot Reel (Van Campen Heilner) / bw-8m / December 26, 1957 / Variety View: Marlin Fishing off Peru (Cabo Blanco) with Julian Crandell and Joseph Peeler

Hotsy Totsy (Walter Fabian) / bw-10m / December 9, 1929 / Universal Comedy starring Benny Rubin

Hotter Than Haiti (Harry Edwards) / bw-20m / October 22, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville & Eddie Gribbon. Sergeant and bugler have an explosive time stationed in the tropics... literally!

The Hottest 500 (Dynamic Films; Arthur Cohen) / color-16m / June 14, 1954 / Profiles the Indianapolis 500 Memorial Day race with Bill Vukovich.

House Cleaning (Jack Rollens) / bw-21m / April 21, 1929 / Movietone Short starring Charley Grapewin & Anna Chance.

House Of Mystery (Audio Cinema; Kurt Neumann) / bw-16m / December 16, 1931 / The Shadow starring James Durkin, Wilfred Lucas, Leyland Hodgson, Frank Austin, Geneva Mitchell, Eddie Phillips & Bernard Stone. Two hunters find a murdered lady in a cabin and need help finding the criminal

The House Without A Name (Valentine Davies, producer; Joe Parker) / color-10m / December 1956 / (Academy Award Nominee) All star promotional for the Motion Picture Relief Fund featuring Raymond Burr, Marilyn Hare, Vera Miles, Robert Ryan & Stephen Parker

Howdy Mate (Harry Edwards) / bw-19m / © June 30, 1931 / Red Star Comedy starring Lloyd Hamilton, Anne Shirley as “Dawn O'Day”, Billy Franey, Al Thompson & Alona Marlowe.

Hula Happy (Carl Dudley, producer) / Eastmancolor & Vistarama-10m / © November 30, 1956 / Visiting Honolulu in Hawaii

Human Sailboat (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Mark Hawley) / bw-9m / September 14, 1942 / Person-Oddity: One man floats on bricks / St. Honore wedding guards / grassless pastures for cows / toothpick carnival / mechanical zither-player / literate dog

Hungry India (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Robert Denton) / bw-9m / March 2, 1943 (filmed '42) / Variety View #118: Travelogue of the sub-continent

Hunting Trouble (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / © January 17, 1933 (filmed '32) / Warren Doane Comedy starring Louise Fazenda. Louisa buys a pooch for her husband and the butler misunderstands a conversation, thinking she is cheating on him. Later dog kidnappers appear.

The Hurdles (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-11m / © January 7, 1948 (edited '47) / Track & Field Series

Hurry All Boats (Hurray All Boats) (Thomas Mead, producer) / Eastmancolor-9m / September 2, 1956 / Color Parade: Overview of various boat races covered

A Hurry-Up Marriage (Doran Cox) / bw & silent-20m / August 21, 1928 / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake.

The Hydra (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-10m / © January 1, 1949 (edited '48) / Zoology Series



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I Dream Of Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair (Larry Ceballos) / bw-17m / September 3, 1940 / Name Band Musical. Various vaudeville sketches saluting Stephen Foster

I Know Everybody And Everybody's Racket (William Rowland & Monte Brice, producers) / bw-21m / January 23, 1933 / Radio Star Reel with Joan Castle, Ruth Etting, Paul Whiteman & Walter Winchell. Winchell hosts several celebrities

Idol Of The Crowd (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers-) / bw-10m / September 18, 1944 (© August 7) / Person-Oddity: Jim Jeffries, former boxing champ, is highlighted. Also a lady cop, famous inventions and a billiard champ at age 80.

In Line Of Duty (Joseph Levigard) / bw & silent-20m / February 23, 1929 / The Forest Rangers starring Edmund Cobb, Bill Patton, Lotus Thompson.

In Old Mazuma (Nat Ross) / bw-20m / January 7, 1931 (filmed '30) / Universal Comedy starring George Sidney & Charles Murray

In The Bag (Harry Edwards) / bw-20m / © March 15, 1932 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville, Eddie Gribbon, Nedra Norris & Tom Kennedy. Slim smuggles his girlfriend in a transport ship

In The Groove (Larry Ceballos) / bw-20m / © September 23, 1941 / Name Band Musical featuring Freddie Slack & Orchestra.

In The Shadow Of The Andes (Thomas Mead, producer; Hamilton Wright Jr.; writer: Allan Kitchel Jr.; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Kenneth Banghart) / bw-8m / October 23, 1950 / Variety View #188: Visiting Santiago

Inch By Inch (Edmund L. Dorfman; narrator: Bob Stanton) / bw-8m / © March 15, 1949 (filmed '48) / Variety View #175: Covers various track and field tactics

Income Tact (Walter Fabian) / bw-10m / September 26, 1929 / Universal Comedy starring Benny Rubin & Joe Verdi. Benny gets into a conversation about taxes

Independent Relationships (Bruce Seth Green, producer; James Kennedy; host: Don McNeill) / color-28m / 1979 / Made for Sears-Roebuck Foundation and presented by the Ethel Percy Andrus Gerontology Center

An Industrial Lake Port: USA- Buffalo (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / December 1948 / Earth & Its People (series)

The Ink Spots (Will Cowan) / bw-17m / September 19, 1955 / Name Band Musical.

Inner Strength (Bruce Seth Green, produced; James Kennedy; host: Don McNeill) / color-28m / 1979 / Made for Sears-Roebuck Foundation and presented by the Ethel Percy Andrus Gerontology Center, this profiles five elderly people adjusting to physical hardships

International Revels (Larry Ceballos) / bw-15m / March 13, 1940 / Name Band Musical featuring William G. Sabbot, Janet Collins, Prince Modupe, the Dandridge Sisters & others.

Invitation To New York (Lee R. Bobker; narrator: Conrad Nigel) / color-9m / © May 9, 1956 / Color Parade

The Irish In Me (Carl Dudley, producer) / color-9m / © November 2, 1959 / Color Parade: Travelogue of the Emerald Isle from a kid's point of view

Is Everybody Happy (Larry Ceballos) / bw-17m / September 3, 1941 / Name Band Musical featuring Ted Lewis & Band. Also featured Charles Whittier & Jeanne Blanche, the Four Leahn Sisters, and the adagio trio of Jay, Kay and Katye.

Island Empire (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-20m / © May 10, 1959 / SuperSpecial: Japan tour

Island Hoppin' With Mel Allen (Harry Foster Films; script: Sid Thiel; narrator: Mel Allen) / color-10m / January 1, 1967 (completed '66) / Color Adventure

Island In Orbit / color-9m / December 1971

An Island Nation: Japan (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / March 6, 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

Island Spectacular (Thomas Mead, producer; writer: Elizabeth Dawson Miller) / color-9m / May 1963 / Color Parade

Island Splendor (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-9m / February 1966 / Color Parade: Visiting Puerto Rico

Isles Of Fate (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-8m / July 21, 1941 / Variety View #94: Covers Martinique, Trinidad, Barbados and Tobago

It Happened In Hollywood (Ralph Cedar) / bw-19m / February 4, 1931 / Red Star Comedy starring George DeWitt, Edgar Kennedy & Franklin Pangborn. George is a newspaper correspondent crashing a studio

It's A Bird's Life (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-10m / February 1967 (completed '66) / Color Adventure: Tour of Tampa's Busch Gardens

It's A Tough Life (narrator: Ward Wilson) / color-9m / © September 27, 1957 / Color Parade: Visiting (in a kidding fashion) Miami Beach with some celebrities seen

It's On The Record (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-10m / March 3, 1937 / Mentone Brevity featuring Harry Rose, Roy Smeck, Roy Campbell's Royalists. A record shop owner helps a customer find a tune as old memories discussed come to life

Italian Interlude (Thomas Mead, producer; Hamilton Wright Jr.; writer: Alan Kitchel Jr; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Jack Sterling) / bw-8m / November 5, 1951 (© September 25) / Variety View: Tour of Naples, Capri and Rome

Jack Fina And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / August 8, 1949 / Name Band Musical. With the Merry Macs, Wynters & Angeline and Andy & Florence Mayo. Includes "Sabre Dance"

Jail Hostess (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Bill Bevans) / bw-9m / September 25, 1942 / Person-Oddity: Title covers one story. Also chinchilla farms / Civil War carpentry / a rock collection / friendly grizzly bear

Jalopy Jockeys (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-9m / April 1966 / Color Parade: Covers Long Island's Demolition Derby with humorous commentary

Japan: Sheeya Of The City (United World Films) / color (16mm)-18m / © December 31, 1966 / Your World Neighbors (series)

The Javelin (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-11m / © January 7, 1948 (edited '47) / Track & Field Series

Jerry Gray And The Band Of Today (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / December 20, 1950 / Name Band Musical. With Beryl davis, Nita Bieber & Frankie Yanovic & His Yanks: "What is This Thing Called Love", "Two-Way Stretch", "How Am I to Know", "Acapulco Polka", "Girl at the Typewriter" and "By the Waves Minntonka."

Jimmy Dorsey And His Orchestra (Will Cowan & Otto Ludwig) / bw-15m / August 16, 1948 (filmed May) / Name Band Musical. Dottie O'Brien sings "Am I Blue?" Also: "We Hate Cowboy Songs", "Quien Sabe" & "Jamboree Jones"

Jimmy Dorsey's Varieties (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / September 25, 1952 / Name Band Musical. Compilation reel of previous material

Jimmy Wakely's Jamboree (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / February 26, 1954 (filmed '53) / Name Band Musical. Jimmy Wakley and his Saddle Pals with Johnny Bond, The McQuaig Twins & The Dupree Trio: "Cattle Call," "Red River Valley," "I'm Alabamy Bound," "I've Had My Share of Sorrow," "Loch Lomond," "I've Forgotten More than You'll Ever Know" & "Cimarron."

Jingle Belles (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-16m / December 24, 1941 / Name Band Musical. Gloria Jean sings “Sly Old Gentleman”, “Jingle Bells” and “O Tannenbaum” with The Sportsmen aiding in the latter before their own “Little Brown Jug”. “The Blue Danube” is performed by organist Milt Herth, Lee & Lynn Wilde sing “Winter Wonderland” and acrobat Marjorie Daye

Jitterumba (Will Cowan) / bw-16m / June 20, 1947 / Name Band Musical featuring Desi Arnaz & Orchestra. With Dulcina & Judy Clark: "Taboo," "El Cumbanchero," "Boteando," "Managua Nicaragua," & "I'll Take the Rhumba."

Jive Busters (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / January 17, 1945 (filmed '44) / Name Band Musical featuring Sonny Dunham & His Orchestra. With Carolyn Gray, Paul Carley & the Tailor Maids: "Poinciana", "Don't Blame Me," "I'm in Love with You, Honey," "I'm Comin', Virginia" & "All I Do Is Dream of You."

Jivin' Jam Session (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-15m / © July 20, 1942 / Name Band Musical featuring Sunny Dunham & Orchestra. Includes "Memories of You," "I Never Knew," "From One Love to Another" and "Lunceford Special." Jimmie Dodd sings a cow-boy version of "Don't Go West, Young Man."

The Joy Of Music (William Burch, producer; Bruce Seth Green; camera: Richard Robertson, John McDonald & Philip Gries; narrator: Bob Barker) / color-20m / February 1972 / Highlights of the 83rd Tournament of Roses Parade, featuring Lawrence Welk as grand marshall

Jumpin' Jive (Larry Ceballos) / bw-17m / April 23, 1941 / Name Band Musical featuring Billy Lenhart & Kenneth Brown. With the Uptowners & Judy Starr

Jungle Capers (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-8m / December 10, 1945 / Variety View #148: Visiting the San Diego Zoo

Jungle Gangster (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker) / bw-10m / © December 9, 1946 / Answer Man Series: Questions and answers regarding tigers, jitterbugging and early movies.

Junior Battle Fleet (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Henry Clay Bate; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / November 17, 1941 / Stranger Than Fiction #99: highlight involves the construction of exact duplicates of navy ships, followed by Billy Arthur “world's tiniest editor”, a 16-year old hat designer, a pine-cone artist, a spruce log trailer home and a visit to Philadelphia's thimble plant

Junior Jamboree (Thomas Mead, producer) / color-9m / December 29, 1956 / Color Parade: Kids rodeo

Junior Luck (Junior Jewel; Nat Ross) / bw & silent-20m / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips, Dorothy Gulliver & Robert Livingston. May 27, 1929 Filmed at Yosemite

The Junior Year (Junior Jewel; Nat Ross) / bw & silent-20m / September 3, 1928 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips, Dorothy Gulliver & Hayden Stevenson.

Just A Little North (Edmund L. Dorfman; narrator: Court Benson & Jim Boles) / bw-8m / February 28, 1949 (filmed '48) / Variety View #176

Just In Time (Doran Cox) / bw & silent-20m / August 17, 1929 / The Forest Rangers starring Edmund Cobb, Regina Doyle, Wilbur Mack.

Just Monkeys (Stephen J. Rollens) / bw & silent-10m / March 11, 1929 / Laemmle Novelty

Just Pals (Benjamin Stoloff; script: Lou Breslow) / bw-20m / February 2, 1932 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Babe Ruth.

Just The Type (Stern Bros.; Gus Meins) / bw & silent-20m / July 31, 1929 / Rube Goldberg's "Mike & Ike" starring Roger Moore & Ned La Salle.

Just Wait (Stern Bros.; Gus Meins) / bw & silent-20m / September 13, 1928 / Rube Goldberg's "Mike & Ike" starring Roger Moore & Ned La Salle. Also Betty Walsh. As per review (September 15th), the boys get into mischief as waiters for a high society party and pose as rich (even borrowing the car) to impress two girls who prove to be members of the family.

Just We Two (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-19m / © July 27, 1934 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Grady Sutton & Sylvia Picker. A honeymoon couple gets no peace from the bride's family

Juvenile Jury #1 (William Forest Crouch) / bw-10m / © November 5, 1946 / Jack Barry hosts this quiz and problem solving show with kids as a jury, adapted from a popular radio program

Juvenile Jury #2 (William Forest Crouch) / bw-10m / March 31, 1947 / Jack Barry hosts

Juvenile Jury #3 (William Forest Crouch) / bw-19m / May 26, 1947 / Jack Barry hosts. Per one theater owner in Rivesville, West Virginia: ” They walked out on this one.”

Juvenile Jury #4 (William Forest Crouch) / bw-10m / June 2, 1947 / Jack Barry hosts

Kanine Aristocrats (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Douglas Browning) / bw-9m / August 27, 1945 / Person-Oddity: Several stories: Mrs.Ida McGuire of Napanee, Ontario leaves $100,000 to take care of 25 dogs / hobbies are demonstrated by Nevada State prisoners / aPortland, Oregon pullman Robert Allen repairs clocks as a hobby / Chicago teacher Eugene Kane builds boats in his yard / Dallas teen Bobby May walks on his hands

Keep 'Em Rolling (Jan Peerce) / bw-14m / (M: War Activities Committee)-May 23, 1942 / War Activities Committee (Victory Short). Music is played over industrial shots

Keep America Singing (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color & Scope-9m / December 1964 (preview before wide release in Feb) / Color Parade: Filmed in San Antonio (Texas) with performances by the Sun Tones, Four Renegades, Main Street Four, O'Lyrics, the Foursome and Salem (Oregon) Chorus. Bob Johnson conducts 2000 Barbershoppers

Keep It Cool (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / February 14, 1955 (filmed '54) / Name Band Musical featuring Tony Pastor. Also the Villenaves, Red Norvo Singing Trio, Cheerleaders & Barbra Ruick

Keeping Fit (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Arthur Lubin) / bw-10m / October 26, 1942 / America Speaks (series): Assortment of stars in this wartime instructional focusing on good health to maintain the factories: Robert Stack, Lon Chaney Jr., Broderick Crawford, Andy Devine, Irene Harvey, Dick Foran, Anne Gwynne, Don Porter, Ralph Morgan, Russell Hicks, Mary Gordon, Louise Allbritton & Susan Levine

Kernels Of Korn (Harold James Moore; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-10m / August 18, 1947 / Sing & Be Happy: Featuring Harry Ranch and his Kernels of Korn: "Why Did I Teach My Girl to Drive," "Little Sir Echo," "I'll See You in My Dreams" & "It's Above the Adam's Apple"

Keys To Adventure (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-8m / December 19, 1941 / Variety View #101: Tour of Florida's Keys

Kicking Through (Junior Jewel; Nat Ross) / bw & silent-20m / October 1, 1928 The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips, Dorothy Gulliver & Hayden Stevenson.

The Kid Comes Thru (Jack Nelson) / bw & silent-20m / November 2, 1929 / The Pioneer Kid starring Bobby Nelson & Edmund Cobb.

Kid Glove Kisses (Harry Edwards) / bw-20m / © August 23, 1932 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville, Eddie Gribbon, Claire Maynard & Edward LeSaint. More military hijinks involving wrestling this time

Kidnapped (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / June 23, 1929 / Western starring Bob Curwood

Kim Visits The Netherlands (Wharton International/United World Films) / color (16mm)-14m / © December 31, 1966 / Your World Neighbors (series)

King Cole Trio & Benny Carter Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-16m /May 17, 1950 / Name Band Musical. Also vocalist Dolores Parker, tap-dancer Bunny Briggs and comedian Scat-Man Crothers.

King Of The '49ers (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Lyle Van) / bw-10m / October 12, 1942 / Person-Oddity

King Of the Campus (Junior Jewel; Nat Ross) / bw-20m / April 1, 1929 The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips & Dorothy Gulliver. With sound.

King Salmon (Thomas Mead, producer; Ed Bartsch; script: Allan Kitchel; narrator: Kani Evans) / color-9m / July 11, 1955 / Color Parade

King Winter (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; writer: Allan Kitchel Jr.; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Ed Herlihy) / bw-8m / December 22, 1952 / Variety View: Visiting a carnival at St. Paul (Minnesota)

The King's Secret (Will Cowan) / Eastmancolor-16m / April 10, 1955 / Steve Allen refuses to get his haircut and tells a story, with puppets, about a king who also refuses.

Knickerbocker Nights (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / December 12, 1934 / Mentone Brevity featuring Roy Atwell, Gypsy Nina, the Pearl Twins, Cecil Mack Choir & Jerome Mann. Vaudeville routines

The Knight Watch (Doran Cox) / bw & silent-20m / April 17, 1929 / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake.

Knights Of The Highway (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-17m / June 18, 1952 / Special 2-reeler covering truck drivers and their heavy loads

Knockout Buster (Century Film-Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / July 27, 1929 / Buster Brown starring Arthur Trimble, Lois Hardwick, Hannah Washington & others.



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Lady Of Lions (Lady Of The Lions) (Junior Jewel; Ben Holmes) / bw-18m / November 25, 1929 / Sporting Youth with Ann Christy, Sumner Getchell & Joan McCoy.

Lake Carrier (Guy Bolte) / bw-9m / April 2, 1942 / War Activities Committee (Victory Short).

Lamp Post Favorites (Harold James Moore; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-10m / February 2, 1948 / Sing & Be Happy: Featuring The New Yorkers

Land Behind The Dikes: Netherlands (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / April 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

Land Of Homer / color-9m / August 1963 / Color Parade: Greece travelogue

Land Of The Conquistadors / color-9m / March 1972

Land Of The Extremes / color-9m / July 1963 / Color Parade

Land Of The Long White Cloud (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color & CinemaScope-20m / March 1962 / SuperSpecial: Travelogue of New Zealand, reissued as NEW ZEALAND SPLENDOR

Land Of The Maya (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-9m / October 22, 1958 / Color Parade: A lady botanist visits Guatemala

The Land (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-20m / January 1964 / SuperSpecial: Visiting the holy land in Israel

Landscape Of Silence (Thomas Mead, producer; Jacques-Yves Cousteau) / bw-17m / © October 25, 1953 / Visiting a shipwreck underwater in 1944

The Last Stand (Jack Nelson) / bw & synchronized score-20m / © January 9, 1930 (filmed '29) / The Pioneer Kid starring Bobby Nelson.

Latin Hi-Hattin' (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-18m / April 25, 1938 / Mentone Brevity featuring Dorothy Stone, Charles Collins, Geraldine & Joe & others.

The Laughback (Stephen Roberts; script: Nick Barrows & Sidney Levee) / bw-21m / December 24, 1930 / Red Star Comedy starring Monte Collins

Law In The Saddle (Joseph Levigard) / bw & synchronized score-20m / © May 9, 1930 / Northwest Mounted Police starring Ted Carson & Hope Dare. An old mountaineer is murdered by an outlaw gang and the crime is pinned on a girl's brother

Leaping Dandies (Lee Wulff) / color-9m / February 20, 1962 / Color Parade: Salmon fishing reel

Leaping Through (Edward Ludwig) / bw & silent-10m / December 20, 1928 / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake.

Leave It To Harry (Will Cowan) / bw-16m / October 24, 1954 / Name Band Musical featuring Harry James & Orchestra. With singer Jeri Southern. Tunes: "Don't Be That Way", "I"ll Remember April", "Palladium Party", "Ultra", "The Two of Us" & "Jazz Me Blues."

Les Brown And His Band Of Renown (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / March 2, 1949 (filmed December '48) / Name Band Musical. Artie Wayne, Butch Stone and the Mello-Larks support. Features: "Leap Frog", "BoppleSauce", "I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm", "When Frances Dances With Me", "I'm the Man With the Dreams", & "I Want To Be Kissed."

Les Brown And His Orchestra Crazy Frolic (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / April 9, 1953 (filmed '52) / Name Band Musical.

Les Brown Goes To Town (Will Cowan) / bw-17m / March 14, 1955 (filmed '54) / Name Band Musical.

Let Huey Do It (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Walter Helihey) / bw-10m / January 25, 1943 (filmed '42) / Person-Oddity: F. B. Huey is a one-man insurance company in Denton, Texas / a million-dollar wine castle in Middle Bass Isle, Ohio / P. B. Mitchell's clocks / c a hummingbird bar at Madjeska Canyon, Colorado / toddler swimmer in Louisville, KY

Let's Go Latin (Harold James Moore; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-10m / July 21, 1947 / Sing & Be Happy: Featuring Chito Izar: "Negra Leono," "I Want My Mama" & "You Never Say Yes”

Let's Play (Stephen Roberts) / bw-19m / April 29, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville, Eddie Gribbon & Tom Kennedy. Slim and his drill sergeant in the army in China and more girl trouble

Let's Sing A College Song (Harold James Moore; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-10m / April 14, 1947 / Sing & Be Happy: Singalongs of Notre Dame ("Victory Song"), the University of Maine "Stein Song", the University of California ("Hail to California"), Southern Methodist ("Peruna") & Georgia Institute of Technology ("Rambling Wreck")

Let's Sing A Love Song (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-8m / November 22, 1948

Let's Sing A Western Song (Harold James Moore; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-10m / May 14, 1947 / Sing & Be Happy: Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians & The Gordonaires: "Deep in the Heart of Texas," "Wagon Wheels," "Red River Valley" & "Home on the Range”

Life Cycle Of A Fly (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-10m / © March 1, 1948 (edited '47) / Zoology Series

Life Cycle Of The Frog (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-10m / © March 1, 1948 (edited '47) / Zoology Series

Life Cycle Of Trout (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-10m / © March 1, 1948 (edited '47) / Zoology Series

The Lightning Rider (Joseph Levigard) / bw & synchronized score-17m / July 30, 1930 (Film Daily review) / Northwest Mounted Police starring Ted Carson. Another outlaw chase

Lights Out (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / December 14, 1932 / Warren Doane Comedy starring James Gleason, Viviene Oakland, James Finlayson, Julie Bishop & Ray Hallor.

Lili Marlene (Ministry of Information- Humphrey Jennings) / bw-21m / December 11, 1944 (U.S. Release) / Shown in the UK in late 1943, this two-reeler includes newsreel clips of British troops in North Africa and the Battle of Stalingrad accompanied by the popular song

The Lion City (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-9m / © December 6, 1960 / Color Parade: Tour of Singapore

The Lion Dancers (Carl Dudley, producer) / Eastmancolor-9m / July 15, 1957 / Color Parade: Visiting the Watusi in the Belgian Congo

Lionel Hampton And Herb Jeffries (Will Cowan) / bw-16m / January 25, 1956 (© December 28, 1955) / Name Band Musical. Also Vicky Lee, Loray White & the Four Hamptons. “Baby, Don't Leave Me” & “Black Coffee” included

Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / December 7, 1949 (filmed August) / Name Band Musical. Featuring disc jockey Joe Adams, vocalists Lorene Carter & Sonny parker, dancers Curly Hamner, Lawrence & Lillian Williams and comic Kitty Murray

Little Clayton Farmfront Wonder (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Larry Elliott) / bw-10m / March 3, 1943 / Person-Oddity: A 4-year-old in Rome, Texas drives a tractor / prickly pears grown in Lakeside, California / a device for repairing light bulbs from Seattle / the manufacture of dry ice in Salton Sea, California / clover-eating fish in Alamo River Delta

Little Lost Scent (John A. Haeseler) / bw-8m / January 31, 1955 (filmed '54) / Variety View: Story of a skunk

Live Ghosts (Junior Jewel; Ben Holmes) / bw-18m / January 20, 1930 (filmed '29) / Sporting Youth with Ann Christy, Sumner Getchell & Joan McCoy.

Living In A Metropolis: Greater New York (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / February 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

Lizzie Strata (Albert DeMond ) / bw-10m / © January 6, 1933 (filmed '32) / Brevity: Clips of various sports such as the Greek Olympics

The Lone Rider (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / August 10, 1929 / Western starring Bob Curwood with Lotus Thompson, Bob Kortman

Lone Star Padre (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Ray Morgan) / bw-10m / June 17, 1946 / Person-Oddity

Look Pleasant (Stern Bros.; Gus Meins) / bw & silent-20m / October 10, 1928 / "Let George Do It" starring Syd Saylor, Dorothy Coburn & Harry Martell.

Look To The Future / color-9m / 1971

Love And Sand (Edward Ludwig) / bw & silent-10m / January 17, 1929 (filmed '28) / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake.

Love Birds (Ben Holmes) / bw-18m / October 14, 1929 / Universal Comedy starring Pat Rooney & Family

The Love Punch (Nat Ross) / bw-20m / December 10, 1930 / Universal Comedy starring George Sidney & Charles Murray

The Love Tree (Ben Holmes) / bw-18m / September 16, 1929 / Universal Comedy starring Pat Rooney & Family

The Lumber States: USA- Pacific Northwest (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / December 1948 / Earth & Its People (series)

Mabuhay / Eastmancolor & CinemaScope-9m / © December 18, 1961 The Philippines

Maestro Of The Comics (Thomas Mead, producer; Carl Clancy; narrator: Arthur Hale) / bw-9m / March 18, 1946/ Person-Oddity: Walter Brandt, Milton Caniff, Harold Gray and Bill Holman are among the comic artists discussed.

Magazine Model (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Gertrude Warner) / bw-8m / January 24, 1944 / Variety View #129

Magic (Century Film-Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / May 1, 1929 / Buster Brown starring Arthur Trimble & Doreen Turner.

Magic Mineral (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Al Grobe) / bw-10m / July 1, 1946 / Variety View #153: Touring West Virginia's coal mines

Magic Rails To Yesterday (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-20m / © November 12, 1958 / Mix of old and new train clips going back to San Francisco of 1905

Maine Harbor Town: USA- Northern New England (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / March 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

Majestic Island (Hamilton Wright Jr.) / Eastmancolor & CinemaScope-20m / © November 1, 1959 / SuperSpecial: Tour of Taiwan

Make It Snappy (Harry Edwards) / bw & synchronized score-20m / January 26, 1930 (Film Daily review) / Sid (Syd) Saylor Comedy: Sid (Syd) tries to woo his boss' daughter by scoring a newspaper scoop with a prize fighter's wedding. Antics lead to a brick fight, an auto chase and building scales.

Mambo Madness (Courtney Hafela, producer; Blandine Hafela & Joe LaFollette) / bw-15m / © October 24, 1955 / Name Band Musical. Straight documentary of the mambo craze with New York nightclubs spotlighted

Man In The Peace Tower (National Film Board of Canada; Roger Blais) / bw-9m / October 13, 1952 / Variety View: Robert Donnell playing at Ottawa's Peace Tower

Man Of Daring (Joseph Levigard) / bw & silent-20m / October 19, 1929 / Northwest Mounted Police starring Ted Carson & Lotus Thompson.

Management Of Conflict (Bruce Seth Green) / color-20m / 1974 / Made for the International Association of Police

Manhattan Memories (Harold James Moore; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-9m / August 25, 1947 / Sing & Be Happy: Featuring Stan Freeman and tunes: "Sidewalks of New York," "Manhattan", "Strolling Through the Park," "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" & "Broadway Melody."

March Of Freedom (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Henry Clay Bate) / bw-21m / May 30, 1939 / Two reel US history lesson

Marine Follies (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / © April 21, 1936 / Mentone Brevity featuring Jackson & Irving & Reeve, Rochelle Carley, Dick & Edith Bastow, Dolores & Pedro, Rosamond, Selden & Endler. Set on a battle ship

Marking Time (Jack Foley) / bw-18m / October 28, 1929 / Universal Comedy starring Pat Rooney & Family

Marriage Wow (Charles Lamont) / bw-16m / March 19, 1932 / Red Star Comedy starring Bert Roach. Bert gets his boss to spend the night with him after a late party but has trouble with his wife's family.

Married Or Single (William Rowland & Monte Brice, producers) / bw-21m / © January 13, 1933 (filmed '32) / Radio Star Reel featuring Nick Kenny, Little Jack Little, William Hall, Irene Beasley, Freddie Martin's Orchestra & Pearl Osgood. Musical set in a fashionaable ladies store

Master Carver (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Henry Clay Bate; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / June 1, 1942 / Stranger Than Fiction #106: Features E. Warther's engine collection, along with the bottomless “Blue Hole”, a real Pony Express and collections of guns and violins

Meet Jimmy The Chump (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-9m / June 30, 1941 / Variety View #93

Meet The Princess (Harry Edwards) / bw-17m / © April 13, 1932 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville. Slim the playful bugler is forced by his sergeant (Harry Gribbon is credited per Motion Picture Herald) to take out the colonel's pooch and succeeds in stealing his girl

Meet The Professor (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-18m / © February 14, 1935 / Mentone Brevity featuring Joe Browning, Bernice Claire, Clarence Nordstrom, Helen & Earl Tucker. College musical numbers

Meeting Mazie (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / © August 5, 1933 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Sterling Holloway, Eddie Nugent & Bert Roach. Well received Sterling comedy has him double dating with his room-mate, only to get stood up and try to find another girl available... one who is already married.

Melodies By Martin (Will Cowan) / bw-16m / December 25, 1955 / Name Band Musical featuring Freddy Martin & Orchestra.

Melody Garden (Vernon Keays) / bw-15m / © March 15, 1944 / Name Band Musical featuring Teddy Powell & Ochestra. With Ray Eberle, Joe Stafford, Pied Pipers, Martha Tilton, Peggy Mann & Jack Palmer: "Slightly Sentimental," "My Heart Isn't in It," "Shoo Shoo Baby," "Deacon Jones," "Dark Eyes," and "I Like to Be Loved"

Melody Maestro (Will Cowan) / bw-20m / © December 18, 1946 / Name Band Musical featuring Skinnay Ennis & Orchestra. With Charmene, Monty Kelly & Mildred Law: "I Don't Know Why I Love You Like I Do," "Echoes of Harlem.", "I'll Never Be the Same" & "All That Glitters Is Not Gold."

Melody Parade (Lewis D. Collins) / bw-16m / © November 28, 1944 / Name Band Musical featuring Charlie Barnet & Orchestra. With the Pied Pipers

Melody Stampede (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / November 8, 1945 / Name Band Musical featuring Spade Cooley & Orchestra. With Fuzzy Knight as master of ceremonies. Also "The Corral Cuties," Carolina Cotton, Jimmie Dodd, Carole and Jodie Gray, and the Pickard Family

Men, Women And Action (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker) / bw-10m / March 15, 1948 / Answer Man Series:

Menace Of The Rising Sun (Thomas Mead, producer, Henry Clay Bate & Allan F. Kitchel Jr.; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-20m / April 6, 1942 / Profiles Japan with a history lesson going back to Commodore Perry's visit in 1853 up through their 1930s victories in China through Pearl Harbor

Merrily We Sing Series No. 1 (Harold James Moore; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-11m / February 18, 1946 (filmed '45) / Sing & Be Happy: With Jane Pickens

Merrily We Sing Series No. 2 (Harold James Moore) / bw-10m / April 9, 1946 / Sing & Be Happy; Joey Faye fixes up Suzanne Tafel's radio as tunes featured: "My Blue Heaven", "Whispering" and "Oh, Johnny."



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The Merry Madcaps (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-15m / March 13, 1942 / Name Band Musical featuring Nat Brandwynne & Orchestra. With Jerrie Kruger (“Pig Foot Pete”), the Swinghearts (“Swing It Mother Goose”), the Three Aces, Fields and Fingerle (“Fantasie Impromptu”), Grace Costello and Mark Plant (“Round the Bend”)

Message From Malta (Office of War Information-British Ministry of Information) / bw-10m / June 10, 1943 / War Activities Committee (Victory Short).

Middle Distances (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-11m / © January 7, 1948 (edited '47) / Track & Field Series

Midnight Melodies (Lewis D. Collins) / bw-15m / July 19, 1944 / Name Band Musical featuring Matty Malneck & Orchestra. With Connie Haines (“Little Brown Jug”) & the Smart Set (“Brother John”). Also “Volga Boatman”

Mighty Timber (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker) / bw-10m / June 21, 1948 / Answer Man Series: The Answer man explains tree growth, tarpons (fish) and bombs.

Mile Of Dough (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Henry Clay Bate; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / August 10, 1942 / Stranger Than Fiction #109

Milk Run (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-8m / © December 17, 1956 / Variety View: Shows a milk man doing his work

The Mills Brothers On Parade (Will Cowan) / bw-16m / April 18, 1956 / Name Band Musical. Also Gogi Grant, Jana Mason & Chuck Nelson: "Paper Doll," "Say Si Si" & "Opus One."

Minstrel Mania (Will Cowan; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-10m / June 13, 1949 (© January 31) / Sing & Be Happy

Mirror Of Sub-Marine Life (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Ben Grauer) / bw-9m / May 31, 1943 / Variety View #120: Visiting New York Museum of Natural History

Mirth And Melody (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © August 22, 1956 / Name Band Musical featuring Guy Mitchell, Dolores Hawkins, the Four Freshmen, Jerry Gray Orchestra. Tunes: "She Wears Red Feathers", "Crew Cut", "Day by Day", "The Nearness of You", "For You, My Love", "Feet Up" & "Too Late."

Miss Universal Contest Winners Of 1955 In A World Of Beauty (Will Cowan) / Technicolor-20m / March 15, 1955 / Tony Curtis is a guest host in this “special”. Music by Pete Rugolo, June Christ, Rose Murphy and dancing by Nita Beiber.

Mission Accomplished (Office of War Information) / bw-10m / April 29, 1943 / War Activities Committee (Victory Short).

Mister Chimp Goes To Town (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Ed Herlihey) / bw-9m / April 12, 1943 / Variety View #119: Re-edit of a Paramount short MONKEY SHINES.

Mister Chimp Raises Cain (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-9m / November 12, 1943 / Variety View #127

Mister Mugg (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne & J.A. Howe) / bw-21m / May 10, 1933 / (Academy Award Nominee) Warren Doane Comedy starring James Gleason, Ben Alexander, Dorothy Christy, Otis Harlan, Norman Rhodes, Jack Pennick, Fred Warren & Jeanne Hart. James is a bodyguard for Dorothy, who is involved with a fight with her own boyfriend... and a fight that requires the police interfering with all concerned

Moby Dick's Home Town (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-8m / September 15, 1941 (© July 31) / Variety View #96: Brief history of whaling off New Bedford in Massachusetts

Models And Wives (Charles Lamont) / bw-20m / November 25, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring George Sidney & Charles Murray

Modern Minute Men (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-8m / April 25, 1955 / Variety View: Profiles the Civil Air Patrol (CAPs)

The Modern Way East (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers) / bw-10m / May 12, 1941 / Going Places With Graham McNamee #90: Tour of Connecticut

The Modernaires And Lawrence Welk's Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © November 2, 1952 / Name Band Musical. With Roberta Lin & Dick Hale: “Rustic Dance”, “Accordian Rag”, “The Customer Is Always Right”, “Gambelia”, “High Life Polka”, “Jamboree” & “Rehersal”

Monkey Island (Thomas Mead, producer; Hamilton Wright Jr.; writer: Alan Kitchel Jr; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-8m / July 14, 1951 / Variety View: Filmed in Puerto Rico

Monkey Shines (John A. Haeseler) / bw-8m / August 22, 1955 / Variety View: A groundhog narrates (?!) the story of a curious chimp

Monkey Shines (Phil Whitman) / bw-20m / © March 3, 1932 / Universal Comedy starring Daphne Pollard. Adventures with a chimp on a train

Monkeys Are The Craziest (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-8m / © December 22, 1956 / Variety View: Actually a chimp at the London Zoo

Moonlight Melodies (Will Cowan; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-10m / April 25, 1949 (© January 31) / Sing & Be Happy

Moonlight Melodies (Will Cowan) / bw-16m / December 18, 1946 / Name Band Musical featuring Frankie Carle & Orchestra. With vocalists Marjorie Hughes, Derry Falligant and The Starlighters: "How Would You Feel," "Swinging Down the Lane," "In Love with Love," & "Warming Up."

Moose Country (Douglas Sinclair) / color-9m / March 21, 1955 (filmed '54) / Color Parade: Visiting Bowran Lake game preserve in British Columbia

Morocco: Chaoui Faces His Future (United World Films) / color (16mm)-20m / © December 31, 1966 / Your World Neighbors (series)

Morton Downey In America's Greatest Composers Series, #1 (William Rowland & Monte Brice, producers) / bw-20m / © October 19, 1932 / Radio Star Reel with Vincent Lopez & Orchestra.

Morton Downey In America's Greatest Composers Series, #2 (William Rowland & Monte Brice, producers) / bw-20m / © November 12, 1932 / Radio Star Reel with Lew Brown & Ray Henderson.

Mother Of Presidents (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: John Costello) / bw-9m / February 1, 1943 (filmed '42) / Variety View #117: Tour of Virginia

Mountain Farmers: Switzerland (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / January 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (16mm series) released on 35mm: Sep 3, 1953

Mountain Music (Warren Doane, producer; W.P. Hackney) / bw-18m / © December 19, 1933 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Louise Fazenda. A new country store inheritor gets involved in a rustic feud Hatfield & McCoy style

Mountain Summer (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Corey Thompson) / Technicolor-9m / June 16, 1941 Listed as both “Going Places” and “Variety View” as #92. Technicolor (rare for Universal to splurge during this period) tour of Banff National Park and Lake Louise

Movies Are Adventure (Jack Hively) / bw-11m / January 31, 1949 (completed '48) / Academy Of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Special: Discusses how you have a “magic seat” attending the movies with various vintage film clips of western scenics, The Shiek, King Kong and so forth.

Movies At War (US Signal Corps.) / bw-10m / June 8, 1944 / War Activities Committee (Victory Short).

Moving Through Space (Thomas Mead, producer; Morton R. Heilig) / bw-8m / April 12, 1954 (filmed '53) / Variety View: Gymnastics demonstrated at various angles

Mr. Black Magic (Will Cowan) / bw-16m / © August 29, 1956 / Name Band Musical featuring Billy "Mr. Black Magic" Daniels. With Eileen Barton, Benny Payne, Giselle Szony, & The Cabots. Includes "That Old Black Magic" - "My Melancholy Baby",, "You're Learnin' the Blues", "Szony Waltz" & "Them Thar Eyes"

Mr. Chimp At Coney Island (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-8m / December 11, 1944 / Variety View #137

Mr. Chimp At Home (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Ed Hirlihy) / bw-10m / July 1, 1946 / Variety View #154

Mr. Chimp Goes South (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-8m / May 29, 1944 / Variety View #133: A re-edit of Paramount's SHORTY GOES SOUTH

Mr. Chimp On Vacation (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-10m / August 26, 1946 / Variety View #157

Mr. Chimp To The Rescue (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-10m / August 26, 1946 / Variety View #155

Mrs. Lowell Thomas, Fur Farmer (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Douglas Browning) / bw-10m / January 31, 1944 / Person-Oddity

Mush Again (Harold Beaudine) / bw-18m / April 23, 1930 / Sunny Jim McKee Comedy: Sunny reunites his parents after a skirmish

Music A La King (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-17m / June 16, 1941 / Name Band Musical featuring Henry King & Orchestra. With comedian Jimmy Dodd, singers Judith Wright, Louis Adlon, Caron Worth, Dinorah Rego (with Joe Oliveira & Nestor Amaral), The King's Men, quartette, and tap dancer Jimmy Burt

Music And Flowers (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-19m / © April 22, 1938 / Mentone Brevity featuring Block & Sully, Peg Leg Bates, Royal Swedish Bell Ringers, Starnes & Anavan.

Music And Models (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-19m / November 14, 1938 / Mentone Brevity featuring Carolyn Marsh, Rolly & Verna Pickert, Irene Vermillion & Jack Arthur. Marsh sings "This Time Is Real", the Pickerts do stunts on stilts and Irene performs acrobatics.

Music By Martin (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / October 11, 1950 / Name Band Musical featuring Freddy Martin & Orchestra. Also Merv Griffin (long before he was a TV star), Marilyn Cleek, Murray Arnold, Marilyn Watson & the Martin Men

Music In The Morgan Manner (Larry Ceballos) / bw-17m / March 19, 1941 / Name Band Musical featuring Russ Morgan & Orchestra. Also Jane Frazee, Nina Orla, Modie & LeMaux (dance team), Arthur Boran, the Southern Sisters & George Davis

Music On The Double (Will Cowan) / bw-18m / May 28, 1953 / Name Band Musical featuring Ralph Flanagan & Orchestra. With Marion Colby and the Blackburn Twins: "Joshua," "Let's Put the Show on the Road," "Just You,Just Me," "I'm In a Dancing Mood," "Hot Toddy," "I'm a Private Eye," & "Dixie Jump"

Musical Airwaves (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-10m / August 17, 1936 / Mentone Brevity featuring Sybil Bowan, Four Eton Boys, Clyde Veaux & Cappy Barra's Harmonica Swing Ensemble

My Favorite Girl (Will Cowan; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-10m / November 7, 1949 / Sing & Be Happy

My Girl Sally (Alfred J. Goulding) / bw-20m / June 4, 1935 / Von Ronkel Comedy starring Sterling Holloway & Marie Wilson. Farmer battles to get his girl from a nobleman

My Pal The Prince (Morton Downey No. 4) (William Rowland & Monte Brice, producers) / bw-20m / April 6, 1933 / Radio Star Reel

Mysterious Fountain Of Health (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Henry Clay Bate; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / June 1, 1942 (© May 7) / Stranger Than Fiction #107: Hereford (Texas) is blessed with little dental problems thanks to the water and soil / Toledo cafe has comic waiters / backyard ship builder / one woman coal business

The Nat 'King' Cole Musical Story (Will Cowan) / color & CinemaScope-18m / December 5, 1955 / Name Band Musical. Special Grade A musical tracing his career. Numbers include: "Sweet Lorraine," "Route 66," "That's My Girl" & "Pretend."

Nat "King" Cole And Joe Adams' Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / January 9, 1952 (filmed '51) / Name Band Musical. Also Mauri Lynn & Clarence Metcalfe. Features "Too Young", "Destination Moon" & "That's My Girl"

Nat "King" Cole And Russ Morgan' Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw & 3-D-18m / June 30, 1953 / Name Band Musical. With Joan Elms & the Gene Louis dancers. Includes “Blue Moon” & “Pretend”

Nature's Atom Bomb (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker) / bw-10m / October 3, 1946 / Answer Man Series: The Answer Man answers questions of America's latest weapon

The Naughty Nineties (Larry Ceballos) / bw-20m / June 10, 1940 / Name Band Musical featuring Jan Duggen, The Reddingtons & Ladies Killers Quartette. Set at a turn-of-the-century saloon showcasing singing and trampoline acts

Nautical Nights (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / November 28, 1938 / Mentone Brevity featuring Arthur & Morton Havel.

Naval Academy Number One (William N. Burch, producer; Bruce Seth Green; camera: Stephen Bower) / color-13m / 1971 Follows a midshipman crew on a racing sailboat

Neighbors (Harold Beaudine) / bw-20m / © December 29, 1929 / Sunny Jim McKee Comedy: An office “slave” invites his boss' family for dinner but Sunny ruins it

Nevada Trail (Will Cowan) / bw-23m / August 31, 1949 / Musical Western starring Tex Williams. With Donna Martell, Smokey Rogers, Deuce Spriggins, Norman Jolley, Marshall reed, Eddie Parker, Elizabeth Kerr & George Slocum

New Era In India (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Irving MacDonald) / bw-9m / November 2, 1942 / Variety View #115

New Orleans Blues (Joseph Berne) / bw-20m / © November 23, 1943 / Name Band Musical featuring Louis Prima & Band. With Lillian Cornell, the Pied Pipers, Martha Tilton, Ray Eberle, Leo Diamond Quintet, Lily Ann Carrol & Jimmy Vincent

The Newlyweds Camp Out (Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / February 17, 1929 / The Newlyweds starring Jack Egan, Derelys Perdue & Sunny Jim McKee.

The Newlyweds In Society (Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / April 17, 1929 / The Newlyweds starring Jack Egan, Derelys Perdue & Sunny Jim McKee.

The Newlyweds Lose Snookums (Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / November 28, 1928 / The Newlyweds starring Jack Egan, Derelys Perdue & Sunny Jim McKee.

The Newlyweds Need Help (Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / December 26, 1928 / The Newlyweds starring Jack Egan, Derelys Perdue & Sunny Jim McKee.

The Newlyweds Unwelcome (Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / October 3, 1928 / The Newlyweds starring Jack Egan, Derelys Perdue & Sunny Jim McKee.

The Newlyweds' Angel Child (Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / February 24, 1929 / The Newlyweds starring Jack Egan, Derelys Perdue & Sunny Jim McKee.

The Newlyweds' Court Trouble (Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / October 31, 1928 / The Newlyweds starring Jack Egan, Derelys Perdue & Sunny Jim McKee.

The Newlyweds' Excuse (Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / March 13, 1929 / The Newlyweds starring Jack Egan, Derelys Perdue & Sunny Jim McKee.

The Newlyweds' Hard Luck (Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / September 5, 1928 / The Newlyweds starring Jack Egan, Derelys Perdue & Sunny Jim McKee.

The Newlyweds' Holiday (Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / March 20, 1929 / The Newlyweds starring Jack Egan, Derelys Perdue & Sunny Jim McKee.

The Newlyweds' Pests (Stern Bros.; Gus Meins) / bw & silent-20m / February 17, 1929 / The Newlyweds starring Jack Egan, Derelys Perdue & Sunny Jim McKee.

The Newlyweds' Visit (Stern Bros.; Sam Newfield) / bw & silent-20m / November 17, 1928 / The Newlyweds starring Jack Egan, Derelys Perdue & Sunny Jim McKee.

Niagara Frontier (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-10m / March 1, 1968 (completed '67) / Color Adventure

A Nice Place To Visit (Thomas Mead, producer) / color-9m / March 1964 / Color Parade: NYC tour

Night Owls (Sam Newfield) / bw & silent-10m / September 25, 1929 / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake. Dad sends daughter on a ship trip to escape her boyfriend, but he is there regardless. Film Daily review 10-27

A Nite In A Nite Club (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / © August 31, 1934 / Mentone Brevity featuring Harry Rose; Martha Raye, Elaine Arden, Buck & Bubble & J. Harold Murray. Harry is master of ceremonies

No Boy Wanted (Harold Beaudine) / bw-18m / November 6, 1929 / Sunny Jim McKee Comedy

No Privacy (Harry Edwards) / bw-20m / April 22, 1931 / Red Star Comedy starring Lloyd Hamilton, John Ince, Tom O'Brien, Harry Wilson, Sheila Bromley & others. Lloyd must woo the banker's daughter with a new suit and hat but accidently chargers to her father's account, who doesn't like him and has creditors come claim the clothes

Nomads Of The Jungle: Malaya (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / September 7, 1948 / Earth & Its People (series)

Norman Alley's Bombing Of The U.S.S. Panay (Charles E. Ford) / bw-30m / © December 30, 1937 / Documentary showing the aftermath of the attack by Japanese warplanes on the U.S. Navy gunboat Panay in China in 1937.

Northern Neighbors (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-8m / October 19, 1941 / Variety View #97: Visiting Ontario

Not The Marrying Kind (Warren Doane, producer; W.P. Hackney) / bw-20m / © November 15, 1933 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Sterling Holloway, Eddie Nugent, Marion Shilling. Eddie is a football hero who cons Sterling into eloping to a hotel, only creating complications when the girl's father arrives there

Nothing Like A Dane (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-10m / March 1, 1968 / Color Adventure: Tour of Copenhagen

Oktoberfest / color-10m-February 1, 1968 (completed '62) / Color Parade: Filmed in Munich, Germany.

Offensive System (Albert H. Kelley) / bw-10m / © August 28, 1931 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Frank Carideo.

Officer, Save My Child (Lou Breslow) / bw-20m / November 2, 1932 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville, Eddie Gribbon, Thelma Hill, Will Stanton, Harrison Greene, Jack W. Johnston & others. Slim joins the police force but is hardly skilled

Oh Say Can You Hear? (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-15m / December 29, 1937 / Mentone Brevity featuring Mildred Fenton, Leavitt & Lockwood, the Merry Macs, Raymond Baird, the Loria Brothers, McDonald & Ross.

Oh, What A Business (Mentone; E.H. Kleinert) / bw-18m / November 23, 1934 / Mentone Brevity featuring Joe Smith & Charles Dale, Gloria Grafton, the Russian Revels, William Telaak & the Ink Spots

Oh! My Operation (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / December 28, 1932 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Vince Barnett & June Clyde.



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Old Age Pension (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / March 27, 1935 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Henry Armetta. Family has high expectations for father's pension plan

Old Italian Sports (Thomas Mead, producer) / color-9m / © September 30, 1957 / Color Parade: Well photographed tour of several festivals

The Old Timers (Louis Sobol No. 3) (William Rowland & Monte Brice, producers) / bw-21m / © June 6, 1933 / Radio Star Reel: Lewis Dean hosts, along with baritone William O'Neal, several old timers on stage: Annie Hart, banjo expert Llarry Brooks, Danny Simmons, Josphine Sabel, Tommy Harris (who danced for Pres. Lincoln once)

Ole Rex (Robert Hinkle) / Eastmancolor-40m / May 1, 1961 (completed '60) / Featurette: Low-key family film about a boy (Billy Hughes) separated by his dog, who has adventures in the desert.

Olympic City (Australian Film Board, Stanley Hawes, producer; R.G. Pearce; narrator: Peter Finch) / color-9m / April 6, 1956 / Color Parade: Tour of Melbourne

On Guard (Junior Jewel; Nat Ross) / bw & silent-20m / April 29, 1929 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips & Dorothy Gulliver. George is prevented from joining a hockey match by a rival but his girl saves the day

On Mediterranean Shores: Southern Greece (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / December 1948 / Earth & Its People (series)

On The Air And Off (Mentone; Lynn Shores) / bw-20m / © August 29, 1933 / Mentone Brevity featuring Nick Lucas, Adelaide Hall, Mary Bovard, the Murray Trio, Hizi Koyke, Eddie Carr, Leon Belasco, Oliver Wakefield, Kelvin Keech & Sam Liebert. These all-star two-reelers were filmed in New York's Biograph studios. A soap manufacturer starts a radio program.

On The Boardwalk (Reid H. Ray; narrator: Dean Montgomery) / color-9m / July 5, 1956 / Color Parade: Visiting Atlantic City, New Jersey

On The Mellow Side (Will Cowan & Lewis Collins) / bw-15m / December 6, 1944 / Name Band Musical featuring Emil Coleman & His Orchestra.With the Dewy Sisters & Delta Rhythm Boys: "Amour," "Good-night Sweetheart," "Bingo, Jingle" and "Git Aboard the A Train."

On The Sidelines (Junior Jewel; uncredited) / bw & silent-20m / July 24, 1929 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips & Dorothy Gulliver.

On The Tee (Norman Gluck, producer) / color-9m / January 1966 / Color Parade: Golf reel with Jack Nicklaus and Tom Harmon

On Your Radio Dial (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / © October 11, 1935 / Mentone Brevity featuring Dave Schooler, Jan Peerce, Benay Venuta, June Carr & the Charioteers.

Once Upon A Summertime (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-17m / © July 9, 1941 / Name Band Musical featuring Skinnay Ennis & Band. With Six Hits & A Miss, Carmine Calhoun and dancers Don & Beverly. Includes title song, "Don't Mind If I Do", "What Happens To Us?", "Thumbs Up", "Tales From Vienna Woods" & "Relax"

One Day To Live (Albert H. Kelley) / bw-20m / © March 12, 1931 / Red Star Comedy starring Emerson Treacy, Margaret Adams, Jack Duffy & others. Emerson thinks he has just that band goes "on the town" nightclubbing. Jack Duffy plays his nutty doctor.

One Hundred Dollars (Charles Lamont) / bw-20m / © August 28, 1931 / Red Star Comedy starring Charles Lawrence, Mildred Van Dorn & others. A slow-wit tries to impress his girl as an insurance salesman... on a golf course!

One Man Newspaper (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Douglas Browning) / bw-10m / December 18, 1944 / Person-Oddity

One Man's Paris (John Savage) / color-9m / January 1964 / Color Parade

Ooh La-La (Harry Edwards) / bw-20m / November 26, 1930 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville, Henry Gribbon, Pauline Garson & Stanley Blystone

Open Sesame (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / October 25, 1933 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Franklin Pangborn, Henry Armetta, Dorothy Christy & Fred Kelsey. Nervous Franklyn Pangborn is a real estate agent trying to sell a couple (Henry Armetta & Dorothy Christy) an estate, while an intruding private detective (Fred Kelsey) suspects infidelity... and more confusions develop.

Operation Holiday (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Al Grobe) / bw-10m / August 26, 1946 / Variety View #156: Profiles Gis in Switzerland.

An Oriental City: Canton, China (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / December 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

The Orphan Of The Wagon Trails (Jack Nelson) / bw & silent-20m / October 27, 1929 (Film Daily review) / The Pioneer Kid starring Bobby Nelson & Edmund Cobb.

Out At Home (Sam Newfield) / bw & silent-10m / Buster Brown starring Arthur Trimble & Lois Hardwick. January 9, 1929 (filmed '28)

Out Of Gas (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-21m / November 8, 1933 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Louise Fazenda. Havoc on a blind date and the heroine forced to walk home. Also antics with a mustard footbath and a professor in a next door apartment.

Out Of The Earth (Thomas Mead, producer; Fred Parrett; writer: Arthur Cohen; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Fred Maness) / bw-18m / February 10, 1953 / Saudi Arabia and the pursuit of oil are profiled in this travelogue filmed by Parrett in 1951.

Out-Stepping (Charles Reisner) / bw-16m / © October 8, 1931 / Red Star Comedy starring Don Brodie, Charlotte Greenwood, Reginald Denny & others. Don goes on a date with a vaudeville “breakaway” suit given to him by the tailor by mistake

Outdoor Sports (Stern Bros.; Gus Meins) / bw & silent-20m / June 19, 1929 / "Let George Do It" starring Syd Saylor.

Over The Fence (Lou Breslow) / bw-10m / February 29, 1932 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Babe Ruth.

Pacific Paradise / color-14m / © November 1, 1960 / SuperSpecial: Four teens visit Hawaii. Reissued by castle Films as HAWAII, STATE OF PARADISE

Pacific Sports (Carl Dudley, producer; writer: Charles Tedford; camera: Ed Drews; narrator: Art Gilmore) / Technicolor-9m / November 24, 1955 / Color Parade: This resembles one of Warner Brothers' “Sports Parades” covering Tokyo baseball, auto racing, bicycling, skiing in addition to the expected sumo wrestling. Also a trip to Hong Kong for more horses, Philippines and even Hawaii surfing

Paddling Co-Eds (Junior Jewel; Nat Ross) / bw & silent-20m / October 29, 1928 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips, Dorothy Gulliver, Hayden Stevenson, Churchill Ross & Jack Selwyn.

A Pageant Is Born (Norman Gluck, producer) / color & CinemaScope-9m / May 1966 / Color Parade: Behind the Rose Bowl Parade at New Years

Pagliacci Swings It (Lewis D. Collins) / bw-15m / June 14, 1944 / Name Band Musical featuring Joe Reichman & His Orchestra. With Gene Austin, the Tailor Maids, Hal Derwin & Carolyn Grey: Includes "My Blue Heaven" & "I'll Remember April”

Palsie Walsie (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / © January 16, 1934 (filmed '33) / Warren Doane Comedy starring Henry Armetta, Lillian Elliott, Mickey Daniels, Sally Star. Father explains to son, per wife's instruction, to take better stock in his life... and he and both son and daughter wind up at a night club

Paper Magic (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Ben Grauer) / bw-10m / October 15, 1945 / Person-Oddity: Harrison Elliott's private little paper Mill / Ellen Kaufman's three - dimension pin-up girls / the Humpty Dumpty restaurant / Johnny Roberts, one-hand professional golfer.

Paramecium (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-10m / © January 1, 1949 (edited '48) / Zoology Series

Paris On The Plata (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Ben Grauer) / bw-10m / July 12, 1948 / Variety View #172: Visiting Buenos Aires, Argentina

Parisian Gaities (Stephen Roberts) / bw-17m / © May 26, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville, Eddie Gribbon & Pauline Garon

Parlez Vous (Albert Gray) / bw-20m / © August 21, 1930 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville & Eddie Gribbon

Parrot Jungle (Daniel Mannix, producer) / color-9m / © September 1, 1957 (wide-release April 27, 1958) / Color Parade: Rare macaws of Miami Florida are seen performing with Mannix as trainer

Patio Museum (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Henry Gladstone) / bw-8m / June 2, 1947 / Variety View #164: A Larchmont, NY oddball collection / airplane pilot handles high voltage lines from the air / new bubble blowing fluid

Patio Serenade (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-17m / November 11, 1938 / Mentone Brevity featuring Tito Coral, Arnita, Laura Saurez & Gloria Belmonte.

Peaceful Quebec At War (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-8m / December 19, 1941 / Variety View #102

The Pecos Pistol (Will Cowan) / bw-26m / October 26, 1949 / Musical Western starring Tex Williams. With Smokey Rogers, Deuce Spriggins, Barbara Payton, Bill Cassady, Forrest Taylor & others. Borrows freely from the feature RAWHIDE RANGERS

Pee Wee Leaguers (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen; narrator: Bobby Richardson) / color-9m / May 1965 (premiered in Chandler, OK) / Color Parade: Filmed in Oklahoma boys camp in July-August 1964

Peek-A-Boo (Sam Newfield) / bw-20m / (C: Arthur Lake)-March 31, 1930 A bell hop fantasizes about being a detective and a local robbery gives him the opportunity

Peeking In Peking (Harry Edwards) / bw-20m / December 30, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville, Eddie Gribbon, Toshia Mori & Ynez Seabury

Peeping Tom (Louis Sobol No. 4) (William Rowland & Monte Brice, producers- Joseph Santley) / bw-17m / © September 26, 1933 / Radio Star Reel featuring Roy Atwell. Series of acts with host Louis Sobol mostly in the background

Pelican Pranks (Thomas Mead, producer; John A. Haeseler; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-9m / February 24, 1947 (filmed '46) / Variety View #158: Pelicans get into mischief

People Vs. Vince Barnett (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-21m / May 13, 1933 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Henry Armetta & Vincent Barnett. The Italian comedian is a judge and Vince is the defendant on trial for apartment complex disorderly conduct.

Perception Of Danger (Bruce Seth Green) / color-20m / 1974 / Made for the International Association of Police

Perez Prado And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-16m / July 2, 1952 / Name Band Musical.A medley of mambas and sambas with Allen Cole, the Pepper Sisters and the Dorothy Dorben Adorables: “Broadway Mambo”, “Pianola”, “Happiness Is This”, “The Wedding Samba” & “The Oriental Twist”

Perfect Control (Benjamin Stoloff; script: Lou Breslow) / bw-10m / February 9, 1932 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Babe Ruth & Franklyn Pangborn. A kid fantasizes about his baseball hero and meets him in a sandlot. Even his fussy teacher gets involved.

Perilous Paths (Ray Taylor) / bw & silent-20m / June 29, 1929 / The Forest Rangers starring Edmund Cobb, Bob Kortman & others.

Perils Of The Forest (Thomas Mead, producer; Ed Bartsch) / color-17m / February 14, 1954 / Life cycle of a beaver.

Peru: Filiberto Of The High Valley (United World Films) / color (16mm)-18m / © December 31, 1966 / Your World Neighbors (series)

The Pest (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-10m / © March 30, 1934 / Mentone Brevity featuring James Barton, Joe Wilton, Katherine Penman, Ted Mack, Adler & Bradford, Gary & Dickson. Set in a night club.

Pete's Place (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-20m / January 1966 (Filmed '65) / SuperSpecial: Musical salute to New Orleans jazz great Pete Fountain

Pharmacy Frolics (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-18m / © April 24, 1939 / Mentone Brevity featuring Jane & Ruth Frazee, Three Playboys, Emerson's Mountaineers, Gilrene & Staff.

Pick Me Up (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / © March 15, 1933 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Henry Armetta & Marie Prevost.

Picnic Perils (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-21m / © July 9, 1934 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Sterling Holloway. Newly married Sterling vacationing gets his car robbed by bandits and his family winds up in a deserted house

Picture Pioneer (Thomas Mead, producer; Frank Kelly; narrator: Douglas Browning) / bw-10m / July 1, 1946 (© June 6) / Person-Oddity: Emil Britt operates a century old studio in Oregon / Andy Anderson of Houston teaches disabled veterans fishing / California Pierce Miller's vintage transportation / 30-month-old Duncan Richardson high-diving

Pie For Two (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-21m / © December 5, 1933 / Warren Doane Comedy starring James Gleason, Edward Nugent, Mabel Marden, Bobby "Wheezer" Hutchins & others. Two pals compete for a young widowed mother

Pigtail Pilot (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Irwin Darlington) / bw-10m / January 22, 1945 (© December 6, 1944) / Person-Oddity: Title covers a 12-year old from Fort Stockton, Texas. Also an antique clock collector in Hickory, NC / a bird enthusiast in New York / plant “casts” in Denver

The Pilgrim Papas (Jack Foley) / bw-10m / November 25, 1929 / Universal Comedy starring Benny Rubin with Vivian Bay & Belene Aristi

Pink Sand, Blue Water (F.D. Kay) / color-9m / © December 6, 1961 / Color Parade: Tour of Bermuda

Pitching Wedge (Norman Gluck, producer) / color-9m / January 1966 / Color Parade: Second golf reel with Jack Nicklaus and Tom Harmon

A Place In The Country (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen; script: Gene Wood; narrator: Charles Jackson) / color-19m / February 9, 1965 / SuperSpecial: Features Charles R. Jackson at Will Rogers Memorial Hospital (Saranac Lake, NY)

Plane Crazy (Jo Van Ronkel) / bw-20m / March 3, 1930 / Sid (Syd) Saylor Comedy

Play And Plenty (Thomas Mead, producer; Hamilton Wright; narrator: Bob Shirley) / bw-8m / August 11, 1947 / Variety View #162: Profile on Florida's agriculture.

Playing False (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / June 16, 1929 / Western starring Bob Curwood

Playing For Fun (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-18m / March 18, 1936 / Mentone Brevity featuring Armida, the Varsity Eight, Peter Higgins, O'Donnell & Blair, White & Burns, the Robbins family. A game of Monopoly starts off musical numbers

Pleasing Grandpa (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / © June 4, 1934 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Sterling Holloway & Sylvia Picker.

The Po River Valley: Italy (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / December 1948 / Earth & Its People (series)

Pole Vault (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-11m / © January 7, 1948 (edited '47) / Track & Field Series

Pop And Son (Walter Fabian) / bw-10m / © October 14, 1929 / Universal Comedy starring Benny Rubin with Otto Lederer & Leo White. Benny is a crackerjack salesman who dances for customers

Port Of Merchants (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-8m / © October 25, 1954 / Variety View: Tour of Copenhagen

Ports Of Industrial Scandanavia (United World; Louis De Richemont) / bw-21m / May 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (16mm series) released on 35mm: Jan 26, 1953

Portugal Playtime (Norman Gluck, producer) / color-10m / March 1969 / Color Adventure

Post Of Honor (Jack Nelson) / bw & synchronized score-20m / February 3, 1930 / The Pioneer Kid starring Bobby Nelson & Edmund Cobb.

Pottery Poet (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Larry Elliott) / bw-10m / October 29, 1945 / Person-Oddity: Waltt Goldscheider's ceramic secrets still secrret / Thomas Donohoe, AWOL problem soldier / Charles DeZoina's miniature cathedral; Edward T. Frederick's largest pipe collection / Zimri Tate's fighting roosters

Powder River Gunfire (Harold James Moore) / bw-24m / February 26, 1948 (filmed '47) Musical Western starring Kenne Duncan, Paula Raymond & others.

Prairie Pirates (Will Cowan) / bw-26m / May 5, 1949 / Musical Western starring Tex Williams. With Patricia Hall, Smokey Rogers, Deuce Spriggins, William Haade, Lane Bradford, Franklin Parker & Steve Darrell. Borrows from 1941 feature ARIZONA CYCLONE

Private Business (Stern Bros.; Gus Meins) / bw & silent-20m / April 26, 1929 / "Let George Do It" starring Syd Saylor.

The Prodigal Pup (Junior Jewel; Jack Rollens) / bw & silent-20m / September 27, 1928 / Snappy comedy

The Production Manager (University of Southern California; Bruce Seth Green) / color-30m / 1972 / Part of a series going behind the scenes of movie making

Progress Island (Thomas Mead, producer; Hamilton Wright) / bw-8m / March 13, 1950 (filmed '49) / Variety View #183: Profiles Puerto Rico

Puerto Rican Playland (Carl Dudley, producer) / color & CinemaScope-8m / © December 8, 1960 / Color Parade (expanded version released through United World as Puerto Rico: Island In The Sun)

Puss y Cat Cafe (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Henry Clay Bate; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / © February 24, 1942 / Stranger Than Fiction #104: lots of critter in this one, including a cat that feeds from cows, a Missouri bat fence, two giant dogs in Georgia. Also a Morristown NJ collection of guns, a Hershey, PA clock of importance and a match cover collector in Missouri



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Queens Of Beauty (Thomas Mead, producer) / color-9m / March 30, 1956 (© December 27, 1955) / Color Parade: Covering the "Miss Universe" contest in Long Beach, California

Q ueer Birds (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-9m / September 17, 1945 / Variety View #145: A look at pelicans, then some other birds: crows, owls, etc.

A Quiet Night (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / May 31, 1933 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Bert Roach, Esther Howard, Tom Dugan, Olive Cooper, Fred Kelsey & Louis Natheaux.

The Race For Space And Beyond (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-20m / December 1965 / SuperSpecial: Profiles the journey to Gemini V

The Race To Space (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-20m / April 1, 1962 / SuperSpecial: Semi follow-up to David Wolper's popular 1959 film

Radio Melodies (Harry D'Arcy) / bw-15m / © October 22, 1943 / Name Band Musical featuring Stan Kenton & Orchestra. With Lillian Cornell, Dolly Mitchell, Betty Reilly and the Leo Diamond Quintet. Features "Spell of the Moon", "Artistry in Rhythm", "Ride On" and "Hip, Hip, Hooray."

The Radio Murder Mystery (Louis Sobol No. 2) (William Rowland & Monte Brice, producers) / bw-29m / © February 24, 1934 / Radio Star Reel featuring Louis Sobol.

Rag Doll (Jack Rollens) / bw & silent-10m / October 15, 1928 (previewed for National Board of Review) / Laemmle Novelty: A little girl casts aside her doll... which experiences adventures of its own

Rainbow Rhythm (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-15m / © April 29, 1942 / Name Band Musical featuring Al Donahue & Orchestra. Filmed at New York's Rainbow Room, covering hits “Puttin' It Down”, “Pagan Love Song” and “Swing Low, Sweet Charot”. With Martha Mears, Kenny Stevens (“Jennine, I Dream of Lilac Time”), Jimmy Wakely Trio (“Deep in the Heart of Texas”) Jimmy Dodd (“Jungle Jig”) & the Sportsmen (“Watch the Birdie”)

Ralph Marterie And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / November 24, 1955 / Name Band Musical. Performing "The Birth of the Blues" and "Dubba Dubbin' With Hank" with Bill Walters, Eydye Gorme, Steve Lawrence and the Hi-Lo's

Range Of Fear (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / January 12, 1929 (filmed '28) Western starring Bob Curwood with Derelys Perdue & George Chesebro

The Range Wolf (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / February 9, 1929 / Western starring Bob Curwood with Bob Kortman

Ray Anthony And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / February 28, 1951 (filmed '50) / Name Band Musical. Dancing by Jimmy Vecchio

Ready to Ride (Will Cowan) / bw-30m / © June 9, 1950 (filmed December '49) / Musical Western starring Tex Williams. With Deuce Spriggins, Smokey Rogers, Donna Martell, Anne P. Kramer, Felipe Turich, Harry Lauter, Mike Regan, Edmund Cobb & Harry J. Vejar. Remake of 1938 feature OUTLAW EXPRESS

Record Hop (George Robinson) / bw-16m / © August 18, 1957 / Name Band Musical featuring Charlie Barnet, Ella Mae Morse, Tex Williams & others.

Record Party (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © May 27, 1947 / Name Band Musical featuring Connie Haines, The Pied Pipers, Jackie Green & Page Cavanaugh Trio.

The Red Coat's Code (Joseph Levigard) / bw & silent-20m- / Northwest Mounted Police starring Ted Carson. December 14, 1929

Red Fury (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker) / bw-10m / March 24, 1947 / Answer Man Series: Topics include the San Francisco earthquake

Red Ingle And His Natural Seven (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / May 26, 1948 / Name Band Musical. With Karen Tedder & The Albins (ballet): :Natural Seven Stomp”, “How Strange”, “Your Red Wagon” & “Violin Concerto”

Red Nichols And His Five Pennies (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / August 9, 1950 / Name Band Musical.

The Red Rider (Joseph Levigard) / bw & silent-20m / September 21, 1929 / Northwest Mounted Police starring Ted Carson.

Red Romance (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / May 4, 1929 / Tenderfoot Western starring George Chandler, Regina Doyle, Bud Osborne.

The Red Shadow (Audio Cinema; Bryan Foy) / bw-15m / January 20, 1932 (filmed '31) / The Shadow starring Harriet Lorraine, Walter Miller, Walter McGrail, Norman Stuart & Ernie Adams.

The Redcoat's Romance (Joseph Levigard) / bw & synchronized score-20m / June 1, 1930 / Northwest Mounted Police starring Ted Carson.

The Relays (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-11m / © January 7, 1948 (edited '47) / Track & Field Series

Report To Judy / bw-10m / August 24, 1944 / War Activities Committee (Victory Short). Partly a recruitment for WACs

Republic Of The Philippines (United World; Carl Dudley) / color (16mm)-20m / December 1959

The Restless Islands (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen ) / color-9m / © June 27, 1961 / Color Parade: Covers Indonesia

The Resurrection Of Broncho Billy (University Of Southern California; John Longenecher & John Carpenter) / sepia & part color-23m / June 11, 1970 (filmed Jan-April '70) / (Academy Award Winner) The story of a young man (Johnny Crawford) who dreams of being a cowboy in the old west, but lives in a big city in present time.

Revue A La Carte (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-17m / January 3, 1935 (filmed '34) / Mentone Brevity featuring Tom Patricolo, Jans & Whalen, the Max Cellos, Rains & Young, Alice Dawn. Variety at a club

Rhapsody In Zoo (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-15m / December 9, 1937 / Mentone Brevity featuring Mark Plant, Nagasake Tramp Band, Ruth Daye, the Asburns, Evelyn Poe & the Kidoodlers.

Rhumba Holiday (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Ben Grauer) / bw-8m / April 21, 1947 (© February 18) / Variety View #159: Tour of Cuba

Rhumba Rhythms (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-15m / February 16, 1942 (© December 24, 1941) / Name Band Musical featuring Carlos Molina & Orchestra. With Luis de Campos, the Herrera Sisters, the Guadalajara Trio, Marina Koshetz and Igor & Poggi

Rhythm And Rhyme (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / April 8, 1954 / Name Band Musical.

Rhythm Cafe (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / August 14, 1938 / Mentone Brevity featuring Oshins & Lessy, Virginia Verrill, the Eton Boys & others.

Rhythm Jamboree (Larry Ceballos) / bw-20m / January 3, 1940 (filmed '39) / Name Band Musical featuring Judy Starr, Ada Broadbent Dancers, Johnny O'Brien & His Harmonica Hata, the Brown Sisters & others.

Rhythm Masters (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / December 6, 1948 / Name Band Musical. Compilation reel featuring Jack Teagarden, Henry Busse, Stan Kenton, Frank Masters, Harry Owens & Sonny Dunham

Rhythm Of The Mambo (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / October 26, 1949 / Name Band Musical featuring Carlos Molina & Orchestra. Lead singer is Clark Dennis

Rhythm Of The Reef (Thomas Mead, producer; Jacques-Yves Cousteau; editor: Ed Barstch; narrator: Luis Van Rooten) / bw-8m / / Variety View #201)-February 25, 1952 / Variety View: Undersea nature reel includes eels, ray, turtle and shark

Rhythm Revel (Larry Ceballos) / bw-16m / July 30, 1941 / Name Band Musical featuring Will Osborne & Orchestra. Opens with "Rhumboogie,'' then the Aida Broadbent Dancers, the Brian Sisters sing "Boogie Woogie Boogie Man" with unique lighting effects, Matt and Joyce Duffin dance, Martha Tilton sings "Dancin' on Air," Robert Parrish sings a patriotic number then a finish with "Fantasia."

Rhythm With Regis (George Robinson) / bw-15m /© January 28, 1957 (filmed '56) / Name Band Musical featuring Billy Regis Band. With Meg Myles, Charlita, the Pied Pipers and Alain & Ashton. Features “The Glass Song”

Rhythms With Rusty (Will Cowan) / bw-14m / © June 20, 1956 / Name Band Musical featuring Rusty Draper. With Margaret Brown, The Amin Brothers & the De Castro Sisters: "Just Because", "The Ain't Love", You Are My Sunshine", "Bring on the Broads", "Are You Satisfied?" & "Gambler's Guitar"

Riches Of The Veldt: South Africa (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / November 1, 1948 / Earth & Its People (series)

Riddles In Rhythm (George Robinson) / bw-15m / December 12, 1956 / Name Band Musical featuring Nelson Riddle's Orchestra. Also The Lancers, Kay Brown, Matt Dennis, Earl Barton, Jack Costanza and Augie & Marge: "Lison Antigua," "Jazz Ballet," "You Are My Lucky Star," "Barton's Routine," "Brother John" & "We Belong Together"

A Rider Of The Sierras (Ray Taylor) / bw & silent-20m / April 26, 1929 / The Forest Rangers starring Edmund Cobb, Bob Kortman, Marjorie Bonner & others.

Riders Of The Woods (Joseph Levigard) / bw & silent-20m / September 13, 1928 / The Forest Rangers starring Edmund Cobb.

Ridin' Leather (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / Western starring Bob Curwood with Regina Doyle, Bud Osborne)-July 20, 1929

Riding For Love (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / April 6, 1929 / Tenderfoot Western starring George Chandler, Kathryn Crawford, Walter Shumway & others.

Riot In Rhythm (Will Cowan) / bw-14m / © April 8, 1957 (filmed '56) / Name Band Musical featuring Harry James & His Music Makers. With the DeCastro Sisters & Johnny O'Neill, Ralph & Lorraine. Jazzy renditions of Elvis' “Heartbreak Hotel” along with “Jericho” & “Teach Me Tonight”.

Rip Van Winkle Returns (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-8m / © October 5, 1953 / Variety View: What the modern world would look like to somebody who had been asleep for a while

The Rivals (Junior Jewel; Nat Ross) / bw & silent-20m / April 5, 1929 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips & Dorothy Gulliver.

River Melodies (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-8m / July 5, 1948 / Sing & Be Happy: Featuring The Rhythm Masters: "On Moonlight Bay", "On the Banks of the Wabash", "M-i-s-s-i-s-s-i-p-p-i" & "Swanee"

Road Show (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © December 20, 1954 / Name Band Musical featuring Johnny Johnson & others.

Road To St. Tropez (Michael Sarne, producer) / color-30m / June 1967 (preview) / SuperSpecial: Tour of the go-go partying along the French Riviera with Melissa Stribling, Udo Kier and Gabriella Licudi.

Roar, Navy, Roar (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Henry Clay Bate; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-22m / December 16, 1942

The Robins Sing (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / January 17, 1955 (filmed '54) / Name Band Musical.With Leighton Nable's Orchestra

Robinson Crusoe And Son (Harry Edwards) / bw-15m / © February 2, 1932 / Universal Comedy starring Lloyd Hamilton. Alone on a tropical isle. One of his better received Universal comedies

Rock-a-Bye Cowboy (Warren Doane, producer; George Stevens) / bw-21m / January 25, 1933 (filmed '32) / Warren Doane Comedy starring James Gleason, Marie Prevost, Vince Barnett & Raymond Hatton. Three cowboys “inherit” a baby and James must find a “mother” by getting married.

Rockabye Rhythm (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © April 20, 1945 / Name Band Musical featuring Frankie Masters & Orchestra. With Eddie Williams, Phyllis Hutes, Frank Cook & the team of Marty, Kaye, Pat & Joe: "Deacon Jones," "I Don't Know Why I Love You Like I Do," "When Johnnie" Comes Marching Home," & "Way Down Upon the Suwanee River."

Rockets Of The Future (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker) / bw-10m / July 5, 1948 (© June 8) / Answer Man Series: How long does it take a V-2 to reach the moon? Possible answer here of 44 hours at 5,400 miles an hour. Also questions on venomous snakes and herding dogs

Rolling Along (Albert Ray) / bw-20m / © September 25, 1930 / Universal Comedy starring George Sidney & Charles Murray

Rolling In Style (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-9m / April 12, 1954 (filmed '53) / Color Parade: Shows how a country girl Bessie Smith becomes a professional model

Rolling With Rhythm (George Robinson) / bw-15m / © April 15, 1958 (filmed '57) / Name Band Musical.

Romeo Land (Thomas Mead, producer; Hamilton Wright Jr.; writer: Allan Kitchel Jr.; narrator: Jack Costello) / bw-8m / © July 2, 1951 / Variety View #195: Visiting modern Verona, Italy and Florence

A Romeo Of The Range (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / October 6, 1928 / Western starring Bob Curwood with William Gilmore, Howard Davies

Room Mates (Warren Doane, producer; George Stevens) / bw-19m / April 19, 1933 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Frank Albertson, Grady Sutton, June Clyde & Dorothy Ward. Two college chums have a double honeymoon with their new brides and disastrously get wrong rooms

Roosevelt - Man of Destiny (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-18m / April 12, 1946 / Released close to the first anniversary of his death, this newsreel compilation traces the president's 1933-45 term.

Round-up Land (John A. Haeseler) / color-9m / © October 26, 1958 / Color Parade: Features the Boys Scouts in Cimarron, New Mexico

Roundup Of Rhythm (Will Cowan) / bw-17m / July 18, 1955 / Name Band Musical featuring The Crew-cuts, Bill Hailey & His Comets. One of the earliest Rock & Roll musicals although a few earlier Universal shorts featured Rhythm & Blues artists; “Crazy Man Crazy”, “Shake Rattle and Roll” and “Straight Jacket”

Royal Bluff (The Big Bluff) (Stephen Roberts) / bw-20m / February 2, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville, Eddie Gribbon, Ynez Seabury, Jean hart, Budd Fine & Alex Woloshin. Antics with US soldiers in Russia with one girl hiding out, kinky-wise, in the men's quarters, a pre-code moment that didn't please the critic at Exhibitor's Forum.

Royal Cafe (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-18m / November 25, 1936 / Mentone Brevity featuring Dan Kaufmann, the Cecil Mack Choir, Kay Mayfield, the Dunn Brothers & Dotty, Eddie Bruce and Power's dancing chorines. Musical revue in a cafe

A Royal Four-Flush (Junior Jewel; Ben Holmes) / bw-18m / February 17, 1930 / Sporting Youth with Ann Christy, Sumner Getchell & Joan McCoy.

Royal Mid-Ocean Visit (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / Technicolor-9m / © March 1, 1953 (filmed '52) / Color Parade: England's royal couple visits Bermuda

The Royal Pair (Ben Holmes) / bw-20m / September 30, 1929 / Universal Comedy starring Pat Rooney & Family

The Royal Wedding (Thomas Mead, producer) / Technicolor-31m / November 27, 1947 / Coverage of Elizabeth and Philip's marriage in London

Rubbernecks (Stern Bros.; Gus Meins) / bw & silent-20m / September 12, 1928 / "Let George Do It" starring Syd Saylor, Harry Martell & Dorothy Coburn. Antics at a restaurant with George and Pal making flapjacks and later posing as detectives in a hotel

Rumba Land (Larry Ceballos) / bw-15m / November 15, 1939 / Name Band Musical. Wini Shaw is the star here (singing “Lady in Red”), with support by Darryl Harpa, Vivien Fay, Jimmy Clemons, Tana, the Singing Charros,the Theodores & Alfredo Seville

Running Hollywood (Charles Lamont) / bw-20m / © January 7, 1932 (filmed '31) / The Thalians Club with a large cast of celebrities: John Wayne, Buddy Rogers, Arthur Lake, Sally Blane, Benny Rubin, Sessue Hayakawa, Louise Fazenda, Charles Murray, George Sidney, Noah Beery, Vivien Oakland, Leo Carrillo, Gertrude Astor, Ralph Ince & Billy Rhodes

Running With Charles Paddock (Lou Breslow; script: Al Martin) / bw-10m / May 24, 1932 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel

Runt Page (Jack Hayes; Ray Nazarro) / bw-10m / April 11, 1932 / Brevity featuring “The Baby Stars”. Shirley Temple fantasizes an all juvenile version of THE FRONT PAGE. Entire cast is under five but dubbed by adults (including famous Disney cartoon voice Billy Bletcher).

Rural Rhapsody (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Douglas Browning) / bw-9m / August 26, 1946 / Person-Oddity: Spotlight on Paul Whiteman and his Walking Horse Farm in Rosemont, New Jersey. Also N. J. George Carnes gold prospecting

Russ Morgan And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / September 7, 1949 / Name Band Musical.

Russian Revels (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-20m / © April 30, 1943 / Name Band Musical featuring Gertrude Nieson, Gregory Stone, Aida Kuznetzoff, Nina Koshetz, James Alexander & William Sabbett.

Rustlers' Ransom (Will Cowan) / bw-25m / May 18, 1950 (filmed October-November '49) / Musical Western starring Tex Williams. With Deuce Spriggins, Smokey Rogers & Leslie Banning. Tex protects a lady from cattle rustlers. Later edited into TALES OF THE WEST VOL. 3 along with GOLD STRIKE



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Safari City (Thomas Mead, producer) / Eastmancolor-9m / © October 28, 1956 / Color Parade: Filmed in Nairobi, Kenya

Sail Ho! (Thomas Mead, producer; writer: Frank Kelly; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Ben Grauer) / bw-8m / February 25, 1952 (filmed '51) / Variety View: Collection of yachting clips

Sailing With Song (Will Cowan; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-10m / © April 28, 1949 / Sing & Be Happy

Sailor Suits (Stern Bros.; Gus Meins) / bw & silent-20m / "Let George Do It" starring Syd Saylor, Dorothy Coburn, Harry Martell & others. June 2, 1929

Salute To Duke Ellington (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / August 30, 1950 / Name Band Musical. Includes “Things Ain't What They Used To Be”, “Take the A-Train”, “Violet Blue”, “A History Of Jazz In Three Minutes” & “She Wouldn't Be Moved”

Salute To Song (George Robinson) / bw-15m / © November 20, 1957 / Name Band Musical. Includes the Tjader Quintet with Vince Guaraldi performing “Tumbao”

A Salute To The Tall Ships (Eastman Kodak Company; S.A. Scribner) / Eastmancolor-20m/ February 1966 (filmed '65) / SuperSpecial: Yachting reel filmed in Lisbon and the Bahamas

Samson Junior (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Henry Gladstone) / bw-10m / August 19, 1946 / Person-Oddity

Saps And Saddles (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / October 27, 1928 / Tenderfoot Western starring George Chandler, Regina Doyle, Tom B. Forman & others.

Sarah Vaughan And Herb Jeffries (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / July 12, 1950 / Name Band Musical. Tunes: “Don't Blame Me”, “I Cried For You”, “A Woman Is A Worrysome Thing”, Also Kid Ory & his Creole Jazz Band “Muskrat Ramble” and The Treniers “You're A Sweetheart”

The Sargie's Playmate (Harry Edwards) / bw-20m / © January 27, 1935 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville & Eddie Gribbon

The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-17m / October 24, 1955 / Name Band Musical. Featuring Eddie Sauter & Bill Finnegan and including “Doodletown Pipers”

Scared Stiff (Harry Edwards) / bw-20m / May 2, 1931 / Red Star Comedy starring Monte Collins, Tom Dugan & Tom O'Brien. A pair of detectives investigate diamond thieves and get mixed up with fake and "real" gorillas.

School For Mermaids (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Douglas Browning) / bw-10m / August 11, 1945 / Person-Oddity: Texan deep sea divers / Harry H. watson & wife show their travels home / Army knife demonstrations / cane collection

School For Swing (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-10m / © December 29, 1936 / Mentone Brevity featuring Sylvia Froos, Russ Brown, Eddie Bruce & Bert Gordon. A couple open a school that attracts musical students

Schoolmates (Junior Jewel; Ben Holmes) / bw-20m / April 28, 1930 / Sporting Youth with Ann Christy, Sumner Getchell & Joan McCoy. Judie crossdresses to get into a male fraternity

Scientifically Stung (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Fred Cole) / bw-10m / June 10, 1946 / Person-Oddity: Features bee sting therapy for rheumatism / Arthur Steiner's match box collection / Paul Willy's piggy banks / Thomas Sherblom's ice sculptures

The Scrappin' Ranger (Joseph Levigard) / bw & silent-20m / December 22, 1928 / The Forest Rangers starring Edmund Cobb.

Screwball Sports (Carl Dudley, producer) / bw-8m / © August 7, 1956 / Variety View

Script Tease (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Ed Herlihey) / bw-8m / March 25, 1946 (filmed 45) / Variety View #151

Sea Soldier's Sweeties (Harry Edwards) / bw-19m / © January 20, 1932 (filmed '31) / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville, Eddie Gribbon & Daphne Pollard. Private and sergeant are in Siam where women are trouble... more for the sergeant despite his lectures

The Sea Urchin (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-10m / © March 1, 1948 (edited '47) / Zoology Series

Sealed Lips (Dying Lips) (Audio Cinema; Kurt Neumann) / bw-17m / November 11, 1931 / The Shadow starring Walter Miller, Josephine Dunn, E.H. Calvert, Willard Hall, Willard Lee Hall & Joseph W. Girard. A theater owner wants to murder his manager over a woman

The Secret Outlaw (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / November 10, 1928 / Western starring Bob Curwood. A ranch foreman is after Bob's girl and then causes trouble to her brother

Seeing Stars (Junior Jewel; Ben Holmes) / bw-20m / March 17, 1930 / Sporting Youth with Ann Christy, Sumner Getchell & Joan McCoy. Judy becomes a stunt double in a movie that involves some fire hazards

Serenade In Swing (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-20m / August 28, 1942 / Name Band Musical featuring Jan Savitt & Orchestra. With Martha Tilton, Kevin Stevens, The Rhythm rascals & Six Hits & A Miss

Shadows (Jack Rollens) / bw & silent-10m / January 14, 1929 (filmed '28) / Laemmle Novelty

Shadows In Swing (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-18m / May 19, 1941 / Name Band Musical featuring Jan Gerber & Orchestra. Louis DaPron tap dances along with vocalist Jean Garry, the trio of “Stop, Look and Listen” and radio performer Susan Miller

Shampoo Strings (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Henry Clay Bate; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-8m / October 6, 1941 / Stranger Than Fiction #96: Oscar Mayer pipes mineral water in Shiloah Springs, California that can wash hair. Also: Wiley Tucker of San Antonio makes cookie zoos / Robert Litsch runs a grocery store museum in Old Shasta, California / Professor Ralph Biengfang collects rare odors as a hobby / Mary Wills raises a bottle kitty

She's A He (Sam Newfield) / bw-9m / © March 17, 1930 / Sunny Jim McKee Comedy: Cute Sunny poses as a girl to please a wealthy aunt.

She's A Pippin (Stern Bros.; Sam Newfield) / bw & silent-20m / March 13, 1929 / Rube Goldberg's "Mike & Ike" starring Roger Moore & Ned La Salle.

She's A-1 In The Navy (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Clyde Kittel) / bw-10m / February 8, 1943 / Person-Oddity: Features a Denver girl with plenty of Navy experience/. Also a vital statistics man in Lakeland, GA / a salt extractor in Gibraltar Island, OH / Westwood, CA cowboy and his silver bridles

Sheep Ranch Country: Southeastern Australia (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / February 18, 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

Shepherd Of The Roundhouse (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Raymond Morgan) / bw-9m / April 19, 1943 / Person-Oddity: Starts with the minister who makes the rounds of the railroad yards / a bear who serves as prison mascot / a projectionist who creates pictures from pieces of broken glass and a miniature painter.

Shifts (Albert H. Kelley) / bw-10m / July 30, 1931 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Frank Carideo. Includes some posthumous footage of Knute Rockne

Shoes With Rhythm (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-10m / June 7, 1937 / Mentone Brevity featuring Francis Williams & the Rhythm Boys. Set in a shoe store where business is increased with music

Shooting The Bull (Stern Bros.; Gus Meins) / bw & silent-20m / October 24, 1928 / Rube Goldberg's "Mike & Ike" starring Roger Moore & Ned La Salle. Also Betty Walsh

Shot Put (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-11m / © January 7, 1948 (edited '47) / Track & Field Series

Show For Sale (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-21m / October 29, 1937 / Mentone Brevity featuring Charles Kemper & Jack Good. A show auditioned at a hotel includes a Big Apple number

Shuffle Rhythm (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-20m / February 23, 1942 / Name Band Musical featuring Henry Busse & Orchestra. With Six Hits & A Miss

Sid's Long Count (Sam Newfield) / bw-20m / March 24, 1930 / Sid (Syd) Saylor Comedy: A boxer who can't succeed in the fights tries reducing machines for a living

Side Show Fakir (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-17m / © September 6, 1938 / Mentone Brevity featuring Clyde Hagar, Billy Williams, the Charioteers.

Sidetracked (Arthur Cohen) / color & CinemaScope-9m / © December 1, 1960 / Color Parade: Covers railroad workers preventing disasters

Sign Here (Ralph Cedar) / bw-20m / January 1932 (filmed '31) / Universal Comedy starring George Chandler, Edgar Kennedy & Franklin Pangborn.

Signing Off (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / February 3, 1936 / Mentone Brevity featuring Ray Knight, Louis Raoel, Mabel Pearl's Chasoneers, Zeb Carver Troupe. A radio announcer proves a phoney... but not before introducing our acts

Silver Butte (Will Cowan) / bw-17m / July 27, 1949 / Musical Western starring Tex Williams. With Smokey Rogers, Deuce Spriggins, Barbara Payton, Joseph Granby & Lane Bradford. Recycles some footage from THE MASKED RIDER as a mine superintendent steals silver but is brought to justice

Sing And Be Happy #1 (Matty Kamp) / bw-10m / © January 25, 1946 (filmed '45) / Sing & Be Happy: With Jane Pickens: "I Never Knew," "I'll Be Walking With My Honey" and "I'll See You in My Dreams"

Sing While You Work (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-8m / November 29, 1948

Singapore-Malaya: New States In Southeast Asia (United World; Carl Dudley) / color (16mm)-17m / 1962 / part of a series "Today's People in Our Changing World"

Singin' The Blues (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-8m / June 14, 1948 / Sing & Be Happy: Short history lesson and sing-a-longs: "Blues in the Night", "Am I Blue?", "Moanin Low" & "Wabash Blues."

Singing Along (Will Cowan; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-10m / August 8, 1949 (© April 28) / Sing & Be Happy

The Singing Bandit (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-10m / © June 18, 1937 / Mentone Brevity featuring J. Harold Murray & Jean Travers. Girl cabbie meets title character

Singing Barbers (Harold James Moore; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-10m / December 9, 1946 / Sing & Be Happy: Featuring Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians & the Gordonaires: "I Want a Girl Just Like the Girl," "By the Light of the Silvery Moon" & "Oh, You Beautiful Doll."

Singing Is Fun (National Film Board Of Canada) / bw-8m / August 22, 1949 / Variety View #179

Sister's Pest (Jo Van Ronkel) / bw-20m / © February 15, 1930 / Sunny Jim McKee Comedy, co starring Syd Saylor

Sitting Pretty (Edward Ludwig) / bw & silent-10m / January 21, 1929 (filmed '28) / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake & Olive Hasbrouck.

Six-Gun Justice (Jack Nelson) / bw & synchronized score-20m / © April 5, 1930 / The Pioneer Kid starring Bobby Nelson & Edmund Cobb.

Six-Gun Music (Nate Watt) / bw-25m / January 1, 1949 (filmed '48) / Musical Western starring Tex Williams. All of Tex Williams musicals have Smokey Rogers & Deuce Spriggens as support. This cast includes Lina Romay, Patricia Alphin, Harold Goodwin & Edmund Cobb. Two sisters from out east settle in the wrong ranch.

Ski For Two (Harry Foster Films) / color-10m / February 1, 1967 (completed '66) / Color Adventure

Ski Town, USA (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-20m / November 20, 1957 / Visiting Steamboat Springs in Colorado

Skinnay Ennis And Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / September 28, 1949 / Name Band Musical. With singer Marion Colby, The Bachelors, Hightower & Ross and Landre & Verna. Tunes include “St. Louis Blues” & “It's a Good Day”

Skitch Henderson And His Modernaires (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / April 19, 1950 / Name Band Musical. Also The Kings & Their ladies

Skits 'n' Sketches (Hy Mayer) / bw-10m / February 24, 1936 / The cartoonist shows off his characters

Sky Pastures (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-8m / March 23, 1942 / Variety View #106: Raising sheep in the Rockies

Sky Police (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; writer: Alan Kitchel Jr; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Andre Baruch) / bw-8m / March 9, 1952 (filmed '51) / Variety View: The NYC police use helicopters

Skylarkin' Time (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © February 15, 1950 / Name Band Musical featuring Buddy Morrow & Orchestra. With Dick Kallman, Peggy Taylor & the Skylarks: "Night Train", "The Darktown Strutters' Ball", "Love Me or Leave Me", "Swing Low Sweet Chariot" & "Love is a Dangerous Game"

Skyline Serenade (Larry Ceballos) / bw-16m / November 5, 1941 / Name Band Musical featuring Ted Fio Rito & Band.

Sleeping Through (Edward Ludwig) / bw & silent-10m / December 20, 1928 / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake.

Slide, Babe, Slide (Benjamin Stoloff ) / bw-10m / January 7, 1932 (filmed Nov '31) / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Babe Ruth.

Small Wonders (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Parker Fennely) / bw-8m / October 24, 1955 / Variety View: A look at children's pets

Smoke Painter (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Henry Clay Bate; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / August 31, 1942 / Stranger Than Fiction #110

Smoke Rings (Arthur Dreifuss) / bw-20m / © June 25, 1943 / Name Band Musical featuring Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra.

Snow Capers (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; narrator: Mel Allen) / bw-19m / February 18, 1948 (filmed '47) / (Academy Award Nominee) Winter sports in Canada, highlighted by Bruno Engler and Gordy Morrison performing ski stunts on Mount Norquay.

Snow Follies (Larry Ceballos) / bw-18m / December 8, 1939 / Name Band Musical featuring Lillian Roth, Bruce Holden, the King Sisters, Ann Triolo, the Morrell Sisters & Billy and Consola & Melba. Features singing, roller skating and ballroom dancing at a winter lodge

Soccer (Albert H. Kelley; script: Samuel Freedman) / bw-10m / November 6, 1931 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Glenn Pop Warner

Society Circus (Vin Moore) / bw & silent-20m / June 16, 1929 / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake.

Sold At Auction (Harry Edwards) / bw-20m / December 30, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring Daphne Pollard. Daphne and her buddy create trouble at an auction

Solid Senders (Will Cowan) / bw-16m / October 21, 1945 / Name Band Musical featuring Jan Garber & Orchestra. With Lorraine Krueger, tap dancer; Julie London (“The Boy With the Wistful Eyes"), the Clawson Triplets; and Carole and Jodie Gray ("Second Hungarian Rhapsody")

Some Show (Gus Meins) / bw-20m / © March 17, 1930 / Universal Comedy starring Arthur Lake. Arthur leads an amateur show with some buddies and a girl, including some escaped lunatic jokes

Somewhere In Paris (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-17m / March 21, 1938 / Mentone Brevity featuring J. Harold Murray, 3 Samuels, Harriet Hayes & Ben Yost's Variety Eight.

Son Of Courage (Jack Nelson) / bw & synchronized score-20m / © June 20, 1930 / The Pioneer Kid starring Bobby Nelson & Edmund Cobb.


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Song Of The Grape (John Stewart, producer) / Eastmancolor-20m / © March 21, 1957 (filmed '56) / Above average tour of Portugal. British production

Songs Of Romance (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-10m / January 24, 1949 (filmed '48) / Sing & Be Happy

Songs Of The Range (Will Cowan; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-10m / December 26, 1949 (© November 29) / Sing & Be Happy

Songs Of The Season (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-9m / October 11, 1948 / Sing & Be Happy

Sorry Signorita! (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-10m / February 1, 1968 (completed '67) / Color Adventure

Sound Of Speed (BMK Productions; Bruce Kessler) / color-20m / November 1961 (widely released January 1964) / SuperSpecial: Race car 2-reeler featuring Lance Reventlow

Soup For Nuts (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / © June 22, 1935 / Mentone Brevity featuring Bob Hope, Donald Brian, Gillyn Allyn, Al Goodman's Orchestra, Vivienne Segal, Dolores Hope Reade, the Heatwaves, the Saxons Sisters, Adrina Otero. Hope is basically an MC here at the Carlton Club ad-libbing between performances

South Of Santa Fe (Will Cowan) / bw-25m / December 22, 1949 (filmed June-July) / Musical Western starring Tex Williams. With Smokey Rogers, Deuce Spriggins, Donna martell, William Tannen, Kenneth MacDonald, Ethan Laidlaw & Harry Calkin... and some footage from 1937's COURAGE OF THE WEST with Tex playing a free ranger

South Of The Amazon / color-9m / June 1963 / Color Parade: South American tour

South Sea Rhythms (Jean Yarbrough) / bw-20m / July 19, 1943 / Name Band Musical featuring Harry Owens & Royal Hawaiian Orchestra. With Hilo Hattie & Lillian Cirell singing

Spade Cooley And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / July 27, 1949 / Name Band Musical.

Spain, Three Of Its Faces (United World, Carl Dudley) color (16mm)-18m / 1962 / part of a series "Today's People in Our Changing World"

Speed And Spurs (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / September 8, 1928 / Western starring Bob Curwood. Evil lawyer Jake tries to marry Helen to get control of her property but but a returning Jim Wood saves the day. Alma Rayford and George Chesebro also star.

Speed Sub-Zero (Carl Dudley, producer) / Eastmancolor & Vistarama-10m / © November 3, 1954 / Views of Sun Valley skiing and other mountain sports

Speeding Youth (Junior Jewel; Nat Ross) / bw & silent-20m / January 7, 1929 (filmed '28) / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips, Dorothy Gulliver & Hayden Stevenson.

Speedy Justice (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / September 23, 1935 / Mentone Brevity featuring Eddie Foy Jr. & Leew Hearn. Hammy actors perform for the judge to get out of a traffic violation

Spinning A Yarn (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers-) / bw-10m / August 7, 1944 / Person-Oddity: A dog's hair is used as yarn. Also a 5-year old tumbler, juvenile sculptor in wood, bottle collection and pet coyote

Spirit Of Democracy (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Charles Wood) / bw-9m / October 5, 1942 / Variety View #114: Thomas Jefferson's life is viewed as part of a travelogue

Splash Mates (Junior Jewel; Den Holmes) / bw & synchronized score-20m / August 31, 1929 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips & Dorothy Gulliver. Antics in a boat race.

Sporting Courage (Junior Jewel; Nat Ross) / bw-20m / June 24, 1929 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips, Dorothy Gulliver, Churchill Ross.

Sports In The Rockies (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Graham McNamee) / Technicolor-9m / April 6, 1942 / Variety View #103: Color views of Canadian rodeo and Indian parades

The Sportsmen And Ziggy Elman's Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / May 11, 1951 / Name Band Musical. Also the Knight Sisters & Mel Henke's Trio. Tunes include “In A Little Spanish Town” & “And The Angels Sings”

Spotlight Serenade (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-8m / March 29, 1948 / Sing & Be Happy: Drawings become songs as we visit old Broadway: Lillian Russell "Chloe" is featured along with Eddie Leonard, Anna Held and George M. Cohan

Springboard To Fame (Thomas Mead, producer; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Ed Herilihy) / bw-8m / March 5, 1951 (filmed '50) / Variety View #191: Diving antics

Sprints (United World Films) / bw (16mm)-11m / © January 7, 1948 (edited '47) / Track & Field Series

Stallions On Parade (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-8m / July 26, 1954 / Variety View: Visiting Austria's Lipizzan

Star Studded Ride (William Cameron Menzes) / color-9m / © July 17, 1954 / Color Parade: Celebrities hang out in Palm Springs

Stars And Stripes (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-17m / July 1, 1938 / Mentone Brevity featuring Ed East, Ralph Dumke, Ada Brown & Carl Feed's Harmonica Band.

Stars And Violins (Vernon Keays) / bw-15m / March 16, 1944 / Name Band Musical featuring Jack Teagarden & Orchestra. With Joe Stafford & the Pied Pipers, Lillian Cornell & Jimmy Cash: "Stars and Violins," "Let's Love Again" and "A Dream Ago."

Stay Out (Albert H. Kelly) / bw-18m / © May 7, 1931 / Universal Comedy starring Charles Murray

Steeplechase (Junior Jewel; Ben Holmes) / bw-18m / December 29, 1929 (Film Daily review) / Sporting Youth with Ann Christy, Sumner Getchell & Joan McCoy. Antics at the race track

Stepping High (Doran Cox) / bw & silent-20m / August 12, 1929 / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake.

Sterling's Rival Romeo (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / © November 7, 1934 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Sterling Holloway, Sylvia Picker, Mickey Daniels & May Wallace.

Stop Barking (Sam Newfield) / bw & silent-10m / August 21, 1929 / Buster Brown starring Arthur Trimble & Lois hardwick.

Stop That Noise (Sam Newfield) / bw-9m / June 1930 / Sunny Jim McKee Comedy: Sunny plays a ventriloquist dummy so his parents can rent a kids-not-allowed apartment.

Storm Warning (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker) / bw-9m / © December 31, 1946 / Answer Man Series: Covers the meteorologists at work

The Story Of The Bees (Moscow Technical Film Studios/United World Films) / bw (16mm)-20m / March 1, 1949 (edited '47) / Zoology Series

Strange As It Seems

(all produced by Jerry Fairbanks & Manny Nathan Hahn; script: John Hix; narrator: Gayne Whitman)

  • No. 1 / Multicolor-11m / © August 22, 1930 / First of a long running "screen magazine" of unusual shots from around the world (oddities in nature and among humans) based on John Hix's comic strip. The first followed Warner-Vitaphone's similiar "Believe It Or Not" by a few months and even boasted color in the very beginning. First short covers Chinese telephone operators in San Francisco / puffer fish / John Reick the upside down man / the truth about Betsy Ross

  • No. 2 / Multicolor-10m / © October 1, 1930 / Noah's ark in Olympia Washington / Crater Lake in Oregon / two headed calf / East Indies magician

  • No. 3 / Multicolor-10m / © November 4, 1930 / Herman the Hermit of Washington DC / dog mausoleum in Los Angeles / recreation of French aerial combat in war / Japanese mind control

  • No. 4 / Multicolor-10m / © December 1, 1930 / Sheep with extra legs / art of gold beating / pulleys used with an overweight boy / Navajo medice man / handicapped Texan who eats and smokes with his feet

  • No. 5 / Multicolor-10m / January 2, 1931 (filmed '30) / Includes Redwood tree church, a midget bull and Orville Stamm the strong boy

  • No. 6 / Multicolor-10m / © January 23, 1931 (filmed '30) / A walnut tree spring / a very old monkey / Mt Whitney vs. Death Valley / hair color among Hollywood models / 1890s baseball

  • No. 7 / Multicolor-10m / © March 3, 1931 / Adventurerer Fred Pohl / handless artist / Father Bucci & his stamp designs / Capt. Hardy rifle shooting "art" / Billy Barty a 3-reel old orchestra leader

  • No. 8 / Multicolor-10m / © April 8, 1931 / Lady rattlesnake handler / Navajo / water spring locator / armadillo farm / razor blade eater

  • No. 9 / Multicolor-10m / April 29, 1931 / Mexican artist paints with teeth / Freetailed bats in Texas roosting / Kentucky's modern day “Mephistopheles” / California gold hunting / Chinese pigeons with bamboo tails / various stunts like a guy sleeping in ice

  • No. 10 / Multicolor-10m / © May 27, 1931 / Lady with extra long hair / pitcher plant eating flies / Egyptian buried alive / sisters with a boat and telephone company / California Gov. James Rolphe Jr. refuses to wear shoes

  • No. 11 / Multicolor-10m / © July 6, 1931

  • No. 12 / Multicolor-9m / © August 25, 1931 / Includes a NYC aquarium penguin, Annapolis cadets coin toss, old Tecumseh statue and a juvenile who bends bars

  • No. 13 / Multicolor-10m / © September 14, 1931 / Oddities in Washington DC and NYC / artificial eye making / Salt Lake scenics / horseshoe throwing champ

  • No. 14 / Multicolor-10m / October 8, 1931 / Highlights: a bee specialist & a family with 5 sets of twins

  • No. 15 / Multicolor-10m / © November 24, 1931 / Ships in bottles / Japanese deep sea fishing / candle making / microscopic views of a frog

  • No. 16 / Multicolor-10m / © January 2, 1932 (filmed '31) / Nature spotlighted: orchid polination, deer raising in Utah, ladybugs and microscopic life in water. Also rug making.

  • No. 17 / Multicolor-10m / © March 3, 1932 / A Belgian sailor balances much on his finger. Also spider webs, facts about the navy and Eskimos.

  • No. 18 / Multicolor-10m / © April 19, 1932 / Sarah Winchester spook house in San Jose, California, Alma Travis of East Orange, NJ is a pin eater, Ben Chevette of Manila swallows eggs whole, various sea creatures

  • No. 19 / Multicolor-10m / © May 12, 1932 / Offis Santell bends iron, glaciers in Alaska, hula dancing, studies in IQ at University of California

  • No. 20 / Multicolor-10m / © June 29, 1932 / Hawaiian cowboys move cattle through water / Moulay-Idriss, Morocco oddities / mountain dancers

  • No. 21 / Multicolor-10m / © August 3, 1932 / Lupe Cervante of McAlpin, Texas is armless wrestling champ / Italians eat sea urchins / the Stevensons of New Orleans raise queen bees / Hawaiian King Kamehameha's feather robe / fighting crickets in China / Jay Kaliff has an artificial larnyx

  • No. 22 / Multicolor-10m / © September 13, 1932 / Pete Hagerty: cowboy rodeo champ despite only one leg / sheep are used to cut lawns / wood veneers dresses / baboon and rhesus monkey feeding time / Tombstone, AZ Boothill Cemetery

  • No. 23 / Multicolor-10m / © October 15, 1932 / Portable moonshine cannery in Grant's Pass, Oregon / Morocco sultan's black guard / Quaker community in Pennsylvania

  • No. 24 / Multicolor-10m / © November 9, 1932 / Rattlesnake milking / Oregon woodsman shaves another with an axe / soil-less flower gardens / Astoria, Oregon: where salmon are fished with horses

  • No. 25 / Multicolor-10m / © December 21, 1932 / Young Moroccan mothers / Civil War veteran nurse Minerva Hartman's jacked-up house / Japan's elephant oysters / Astoria, Oregon study of spawning salmon / Dixie Younger of Los Angeles is a smoke rings champ / “human automation” soldiers in store windows

  • No. 26 / Multicolor-10m / © January 25, 1933 / Oregon's rock formation “Lady in the Woods” / Segis Pieterje Prospect monument / Hostein cow milking champ in Carnation, Washington / Texas Pride is a Berman-Jersey cow of San Antonio weight 2000 pounds / Timberline the “skyscraper horse” of Washington / Hercules is a horse only 28 inches high / a dog in Astoria catches salmon / origin of our national anthem as an English tavern song of 1770

  • No. 27 / bw-10m / © March 2, 1933 / Includes trapdoor spiders / barber uses electric currents in work / “Man with an iron skull” / Holy City in California and its small population / durable maple tree near Indiana court house despite constant chopping / peanut and potatoes of Alabama / San Francisco's Chinatown groceries / armless Mexican watch maker

  • No. 28 / Magnacolor-9m / April 13, 1933 / Features Captain William Banning, whose father started the first coach line in California. Also shots of Morocco & salmon spawning

  • No. 29 / bw-8m / © May 26, 1933 / Covers a blind jigsaw puzzle expert, a newspaper-made house in Massachusetts, a man covered in bees, kelp divers in Mexico, a 76 year old stunt flyer and an Arkansas man with no limbs but expert gun expertise

  • No. 30 / bw-10m / July 5, 1933 / Shows an octopus laying eggs, dry ice “freezing” in Imperial Valley, California, the horned “toad” lizard emerging from concrete, an Oklahoma man (don't try this at home) inflating his stomach like a tire

  • No. 31 / bw-9m / © July 31, 1933 / Features a tobacco chewing mule (age 29) in California, Japanese long-tail roosters, Australian sea turtles, Chinese joss house built during the Oregon mine rush of 1852, the Gilmore Brothers' pioneering airplane

  • No. 32 / bw-10m / © September 5, 1933 / Curios involving faces: a Navajo plucking his whiskers with tin and a Georgia farmer with one flexible lip

  • No. 33 / bw-10m / © October 6, 1933 / Unusual critters such as the platypus, cobra and tarantula, as well as an armless knife thrower using his toes on a hapless human target

  • No. 34 / bw-10m / © October 31, 1933 / Includes koalas / a hand ax carver / electric eels / a William Tell slingshot . The Bay of Fundy tides / Japanese pearl diving / Nigerian torture sun worshipers / an armless pianist

  • No. 35 / bw-10m / © December 12, 1933

  • No. 36 / bw-11m / © January 20, 1934 (filmed '33) / Includes Siwash Indians' health baths and scenes in Bali

  • No. 37 / bw-10m / © February 20, 1934 / A juvenile cartoonist using his feet / a pet goose who follows his master / a Texas elephant who trumpets factory whistles / New Jersey's Seeing Eye dogs

  • No. 38 / bw-10m / © April 12, 1934 / A Spanish artist who uses bull horns (likked by matadors) / the parasitic banyan tree / a pet porcupine fish who responds to human whistles in Hawaii / flea circus of Cal Lipes of Indiana / Mexican hunt using blow guns

  • No. 39 / bw-10m / © May 5, 1934 / A 160 foot Mexican tree / cremation ceremonies in Bali / washing money for a Japanese shrine / snails seen close-up



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Stranger Than Fiction

(Produced by Allyn Butterfield from 1934 through June 1940, Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien on all titles, directed by Charles E. Ford through 1940, followed by Henry Clay Bate; narrated by either Alois Havrilla & James Wallington, but not certain with several titles.)

  • No. 1 (narrator: James Wallington) / bw-9m / June 28, 1934 / Includes Covers a trained baby seal / Paris baby gas masks / two farm brothers “replacing” their horse / Fresno (CA) “hobo” hotel / a Canadian with one very thick skull

  • No. 2 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-10m / August 1, 1934 / Includes “Cactus Candy” / Lierre's famous clock / handless artist / a horseback priest / the Pygmy Hippopotamus / ancient smithy / the “Palace of Depression” / 100 feet long skirts / electrified cat and piano devise

  • No. 3 (narrator: James Wallington) / bw-8m / © August 20, 1934 / Includes an alligator dentist / an unusual case of racial “change” / fish doctor / a zebra team / a man with steel hands / a pet hippo / a talented Australian and her magical toes / a 7 foot horse / a rattlesnake lady / a 15 inch grapefruit

  • No. 4 / bw-9m / © December 6, 1934 / Mexicans identify dog “passports” with nose prints / world's longest rifle / a lady animal eyes expert / New Mexican ice caves / Japanese skin burn treatment / armless marble player

  • No. 5 / bw-9m / December 12, 1934 / Includes a slingshot / pet goldfish / US diamond mine / firemen on skis / fog machine / hummingbirds / armless ball player

  • No. 6 / bw-9m / January 28, 1935 (filmed '34) / Includes liquid air / party for pets / long-tailed roosters / windmill boat / four-leaf clovers / a soap taster / quicksilver

  • No. 7 / bw-9m / © February 11, 1935 / Includes a lion gets a bath / miniature mail train / river pearls / typewriter artist / one man town / centurian violinist / pet cemetary

  • No. 8 / bw-9m / © March 20, 1935 / Highlights: a doggie trailer, haunted church in New Mexico and baby alligators

  • No. 9 / bw-9m / © March 20, 1935 / Highlight is a freak of nature: a two-headed trout. Also a fish curator, smallest railroad in the US and other oddities.

  • No. 10 / bw-9m / © June 4, 1935 / Highlights: a female government, sword and helmet collection, a tugboat Annie, alligator hunter

  • No. 11 / bw-10m / June 7, 1935 / Birds get manicures by a professional. Also don't try it at home stunts like shaving with an axe, a stamp-covered car, pole sliding cat and a one-armed typist.

  • No. 12 / bw-9m / June 22, 1935 / Catching salmon by hand / artificial lighting technology / champions at gymnastics and egg cracking

  • No. 13 / bw-9m / August 18, 1935 (© June 24) / Highlights include an aquatic school, two zoo segments (one involving a lion) and how a wagon wheel is used in a lights plant

  • No. 14 / bw-9m / September 30, 1935 / Includes trained fishermens' cormorants, water-run cars and a US fort built in Canada

  • No. 15 / bw-9m / December 3, 1935 / Features a man with metal hands and a bicycle sleeping-trailer

  • No. 16 / bw-9m / December 16, 1935 / Includes the unusual Baldpate Inn and an ice-making car

  • No. 17 / bw-9m / January 13, 1936 (© December 27, 1935) / Includes fish race, one man tennis, glass blowing, three-tailed dog (per BoxOffice description)

  • No. 18 / bw-9m / March 18, 1936 / Features a haunted house, gossamer gold and a lady blacksmith

  • No. 19 / bw-9m / April 13, 1936 / Includes a gold church, a geyser by the shore, salt and other items of interest

  • No. 20 / bw-9m / June 1, 1936 / Includes lady bullfighter / largest debt ever owed / sheep shearing / special spray gun

  • No. 21 / bw-9m / June 15, 1936 / Includes a bicycle fire department, sand artist, giant sewing machine & other oddities

  • No. 22 / bw-10m / © June 17, 1936 / Includes, among many items, a 22nd floor jail in Miami, a coal mine under a house, octopus fishing, animal "enemies" that are quite friendly and a miniature "Flying Scot".

  • No. 23 / bw-9m / July 13, 1936 / Includes a mass wedding, trained fish, sand-blast pictures

  • No. 24 / bw-9m / July 27, 1936 / Includes a visit to Reno the divorce capitol in the US. Also an albino squirrel.

  • No. 25 / bw-9m / August 10, 1936 / Includes a blind sculpter, underground lodge and unusual garage

  • No. 26 / bw-9m / August 24, 1936 / Includes a wheeled pied piper, toasted tomatoes and other oddities

  • No. 27 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / September 21, 1936 / Includes an umbrella treehouse, an old woodcarver, huge church, tin can road and a newspaper delivery dog

  • No. 28 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / October 12, 1936 / Includes behind-the-scenes with a veterinarian, wooden dummies on horseback, dry ice, a sinking town in England (on account of mines), polarized glass and toast "portraits"

  • No. 29 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / November 9, 1936 / Making hotdogs, "chained" locomotives, earthquake research and other items

  • No. 30 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-10m / © December 4, 1936 / Includes a natural spring with sweet water to drink / hobbies in elephants and minks / a professional ax thrower / well-trained dogs, cats and birds

  • No. 31 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / © December 22, 1936 / Includes a special air conditioning device for cars / a shepherd dog who pumps water for a farm / a blind boat builder in California / a Colorado dog who climbs trees / a bee man

  • No. 32 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / December 22, 1936 / A cow who serves herself / a dog on a tricycle / burning coal beds 50 years old / automatic worm selling / mud baths / tallest stairway / monster fire engine / rooster who drinks beer

  • No. 33 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / February 1, 1937 / Includes one arm paperhanger / Chinese typewriter with 5000 characters / chicken wearing goggles / bicycle with up and down pedals / yard-long eyebrows / duck and kitty fight / one legged skiier

  • No. 34 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / © March 10, 1937 / Includes a skyscraper made of matches / gypsies marriage rites / candy flowers / silk worms in New York / fabric wear-out machine / canine lifeguard saves kittens

  • No. 35 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / April 12, 1937 / A president's double / egg poaching dog / Atlantic City lighthouse keeping / blind watchmaker / a school plays hookey / a Cuban Dr. Divine

  • No. 36 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / © May 12, 1937 / A wooden horse collector / a bat farm / X-raying flowers / an alarm for sleeping divers / a special cart used by a handicapped dog

  • No. 37 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / June 21, 1937 / Includes magnetizes cutlery, human alarm clock, pet birds and dogs

  • No. 38 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / July 19, 1937 / Includes pet deer, very tall soldier and an unusual coconut cracker Cuban

  • No. 39 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / August 16, 1937 / Includes miniature architecture, unusual; cat with multi-toes, rock gardens, canary boarders and tree oysters

  • No. 40 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / September 6, 1937 / Includes a house made of auto parts / a Brooklyn store fire hydrant / pet parrot in Atlantic City who drinks beer and a pet chicken bicycler / Mr. Gunnar Ugland's wood carvings / Mrs. Lillian Greneker's “finger” gadgets

  • No. 41 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / October 4, 1937

  • No. 42 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / November 1, 1937 pipe making in New York / Kansas cartoonist using his toes / water electricity / Paris International Exposition underwater show / Bend, Oregon black glass mountain / Georgia farmer cutting his own hair

  • No. 43 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / November 22, 1937 (Film Daily review) / Features a toad farm / a handicapped man shaves with mechanical arms / bulls get exercise on a Maryland farm / a woodsmen makes a living with “ship's knees” roots / an arrow head expert / a trained pig

  • No. 44 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / December 27, 1937 / Features "Plutocratic Plugs", selling crime stories, decoy ducks

  • No. 45 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / January 17, 1938 (filmed '37)

  • No. 46 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / February 21, 1938 / Includes a blind bowler in San Francisco / oranges are sorted by X-rays / A New Yorker with a home on a welding barge / playground for canaries / a talented family of pigs / Swedish-American wood carver master

  • No. 47 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / March 14, 1938 / George Hider's cotton farm / an abandoned saw mill in Alturas, CA / friendly squirrels associate with cats and dogs / “mummy” trees / candle maker Francisco Gonzales / New Britain in the South seas and men swimming in ashes after a volcano / a police dog befriends tigers

  • No. 48 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / March 30, 1938 / H & H Railroad in Washington state / Nicholas Oecomaco's odd home / coatimundi as pets / Betty Langford's mink farm / eight inch camera lens built in Cleveland to photograph large paintings / Margaret Villar-Kelly is a three year old acrobat / a lady who makes matchstick tricks with her skin / baby carriage pulling cat

  • No. 49 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / April 18, 1938 / A man with talented toes / lady metal worker / cat antics with a fish bowl / gliding school / fire eater

  • No. 50 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / May 2, 1938 / A healing hands expert / flea circus / Mexican bird decoys / postman rooster

  • No. 51 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / © May 25, 1938 / An Oregon woman with extra long hair / a california ark / sandstone statues in Kentucky cematary / midget city built by an Englishman / pet California bull with talent / Tennessee writer who does so upside down

  • No. 52 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / © June 13, 1938

  • No. 53 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / August 29, 1938 / An armless artist Paul Behn / Seneca Indian bow expert / hungry fish feed to humans / Oregon sea mussels / A. L. Teeter's “typewriter painting” / Boob Murray's talented duck in Memphis

  • No. 54 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / September 12, 1938 / Owen Lowry's sling shot / old New Orleans cemetary / metal spinning technique / orange grove at Versailles / two-wheel auto similar to a plane / button collector in Kansas City / a creative squirrel in Key Largo, Florida

  • No. 55 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / October 10, 1938 / Artificial flowers by Paris artisans / lady blacksmith in West Memphis, Arkansas / New York silk worms / an iron lung made from auto parts aid infantile paralysis in Seattle / unusual Pennsylvania ducks / a rubber musician Jerry Lama / a talented performer in parrot Jungle (Miami)

  • No. 56 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / © November 21, 1938 / Includes an Atlanta animal hedge artist, a mobile justice-of-the-peace in Mississippi, a floating church in Florida and how the Swedes celebrate New Years

  • No. 57 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / December 6, 1938 / A rich man makes doll furniture for children / metal clay artist / church for the deaf / Canadian painter with one-hair brushes / smallest post office in the world / a contortionist

  • No. 58 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / January 2, 1939 (© November 21, 1938) / A headmaster in Tennessee beats students with marbles (!) / “dirtless” water farming in California / Civil War submarine in New Orleans / a lady makes flowers from fish bones / historical doll collector in New York

  • No. 59 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / February 6, 1939 / A demonstration of Balsa wood and its lightness / mystic ship greeter in Hamilton, Bermuda / peach picking in California with a piano / Central Europe miniature railroad / Alabama doll house shrine / new pipes / de-froster airplane

  • No. 60 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / March 6, 1939 / Includes model motors, hobby of a handicapped Ohio boy / Miami cement animal statue molding / a cat walk / New York's narrowest house (Greenwich Village) / a Buffalo artist working with salt

  • No. 61 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / April 3, 1939 (© February 28) / Features a matchbox farmyard by a georgia artist / facial cocktail bar in new York / Buffalo switcwomen / household pet trainer professional / new York tailor turned photographer

  • No. 62 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / © May 10, 1939 / Covers miniatures (both toys and live mules) and Holland road construction

  • No. 63 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / June 5, 1939 / Includes mini roller coaster, fire extinguisher dog, one-legged athlete

  • No. 64 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / July 3, 1939 / Features smallest motors in the world, Native American pawn shop, a talented lovebird parrot and floating glass balls in Japan

  • No. 65 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / August 7, 1939 / Includes vintage penny-banks, ants, pet cemetaries, jitterbugging

  • No. 66 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / September 18, 1939 / Includes a miniature circus, a mouth contortionists, FDR collector items and interesting fishing gear

  • No. 67 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / October 9, 1939

  • No. 68 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / November 6, 1939 (© September 26) / Highlights: a half goat-half deer, a man's legs tattooed in many languages and a lady living in a mausoleum

  • No. 69 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / December 4, 1939

  • No. 70 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / December 25, 1939

  • No. 71 (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Charles E. Ford; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / January 8, 1940 (© December 7, 1939) / Includes model ships, a watch collector in Canada, cobweb art and a canine tire-changer

  • No. 72 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / January 29, 1940 / 22 room mansion in North Carolina / 36-yera old retired race horse in Kentucky / horse shoe collector / one man railroad / tombstone sidewalk at St. Gabriel, Louisiana / a pet duck with brains

  • No. 73 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / February 19, 1940 / One teacher, one student school / Fritz Bade of Louisville makes pictures out of multi-color wood / Kirksville, Missouri horse trainer who teaches babysitting to equines / a “Slim” Summerville (not the actor) of San Antonio mimics Abraham Lincoln

  • No. 74 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / March 11, 1940 / Unusual clips include the oldest drugstore in the United States, a baby shoe collector and a basket-maker, a miniature steam shovel and an armless artist.

  • No. 75 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / April 15, 1940 Philadelphia's Dr. Fernberger collects “primitive” masks / Lexington cemetery for horses / pencil collector / fish ladder in Bonneville Dam, Oregon / trained canary / migratory goose farm in Baltimore, maryland

  • No. 76 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / May 6, 1940 / Ancient pottery maintained in a mille / a unique Pennsylvanian architect using laurel roots in his art / match box cover collector

  • No. 77 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / May 20, 1940 / Includes Louisville Street car motorman / Oregon University ground keeper using a recliner / wax work miniatures / bottle cop house in Florida / New Orleans mother and son practitioners

  • No. 78 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / June 10, 1940 / Upside down shaver / board carver artist / aviator with a model train fetish / blindfold artist / sea shell knicknacks

  • No. 79 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / July 8, 1940 / Includes a blind tour guide at Ft. Henry in Baltimore, charcoal gassed buses in Japan, stocking "art" and model airplanes

  • No. 80 (narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / July 20, 1940 / Sports the pre-war novelty of female welders and female "Tarzans". Also model trains and toothpick building replicas. (Last crediting Allyn Butterfield as producer and Charles E. Ford as director)

All remaining titles produced by Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien with Henry Clay Bate as director and editor and Alois Havrilla as narrator.

  • No. 81 / bw-9m / September 18, 1940 / Typical entry with various odds and ends, including a lady who collects autographed hankies, a dollhouse called Titania's Palace, a Baltimore fly breeder and goat-drawn carriages.

  • No. 82 / bw-9m / October 7, 1940 / Tour of presidential houses including Quincy Adams' / South Carolina miniature pet collection / burnt match models / rubber plantation in Florida / toy tractor enthusiast in Shelby, Massachusetts and a golf ball searching dog in Atlanta

  • No. 83 / bw-9m / November 4, 1940 / A Little Rock egg artist / lady log roller in Newport, Oregon / Pitman (New Jersey) lady who collected 6800 pitchers / blow guns demonstrated by Birdtown, North Carolina native Americans

  • No. 84 / bw-9m / December 2, 1940 / Albert Enlow the “slingshot” / Harry Heist is a master crochet artist / trolley car turned flower shop in Aloha, Oregon / miniature tug boat / prison artist / bird fish at Seaside, Oregon aquarium

  • No. 85 / bw-9m / January 1, 1941 (© November 27, 1940) / Christ carvings build a tower in Salineville, Ohio / Galesville, maryland couple bank from their home / Paul Revere connection with an unusual clock / “Ma” Greene, a Mississippi steamboat lady for half a century / Indiana State Prison pipe organ

  • No. 86 / bw-9m / February 5, 1941 (© November 27, 1940) / Japanese stenographer in San Francisco skilled with 3000 characters / Miami architect who invented a special life boat / Portland tree farmer who plants upside down / a water train / Indianapolis artist who paints with teeth

  • No. 87 / bw-9m / March 10, 1941 / Ava Maria Grotto at St. Bernard College (Cullman, Alabama) / a cow tail flipper “preventer” invention / flaming well in Cove Creek, North Carolina / trained Bugler bird from Brazil

  • No. 88 / bw-9m / March 24, 1941 / Covers fishing feather-lures, driftwood hotel, water-powered motor, postage stamp paintings and a young contortionist

  • No. 89 / bw-9m / April 7, 1941 (© February 24) / Covers summer art supporting local police, sponge "flowers", Klamath Falls in Oregon, an unusual church in Mississippi and a canine acrobat

  • No. 90 / bw-9m / May 5, 1941 / Covers a handicap's motorized chair trip from Indiana to Florida, a silver chess set, driftwood zoo, lions raised by a dog and sea anemones

  • No. 91 / bw-9m / May 19, 1941 / Covers embroidered art, stain glass, a Texas bank curbside (long before ATMs), a water-powered newspaper in Georgia and a brainy cow

  • No. 92 / bw-9m / June 2, 1941 / Covers redwood bark dolls, General Grant's homestead, flower paintings with real flowers, bird nests and dog attendant at a gas station

  • No. 93 / bw-9m / June 23, 1941 / Covers ornaments from sea creatures / a gas propelled hobby horse / a church in Laurel, Delaware, which is used only twice a year / Bronx lady truck driver (those the times of limited opportunity) / a talented English Bulldog in Little Rock / a duck mascot to the troops of the 207th Coast Artillery, New York

  • No. 94 / bw-9m / © July 9, 1941 / Mrs. F. R. Makepeace, volunteer Red Cross in Houston makes books for the blind / Roy Roberts runs a skunk farm in, Bernard, N. C, / Missouri factory has been turning out meerschaums since 1872 / a Los Angeles agriculture show exhibits Catalina Islands oddities / Dr. J. M. Frazier, 84, of Belton, Texas goes back to school.

  • No. 95 / bw-9m / August 17, 1941 / Matthew Murphy paints the Navy posters / J. A. Eads lives in a house made of old street cars / Mrs. Julius Foster knits covers for christening bottles / Hugo Deitenbech built a miniature fleet of ships / Mrs. Vera Gustine makes men's hats / 87-year old Mrs. Nancy Williams still favors horse over car



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The Street Singer (Nick Kenny's Radio Thrills No. 1) (William Rowland & Monte Brice, producers) / bw-20m / November 14, 1932 / Radio Star Reel: Nick Kenny & Arthur Tracy.

Strictly Informal (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / April 10, 1955 (filmed '54) / Name Band Musical featuring Harmonicats. With the King Sisters & Fay DeWitt

Strictly Sidney (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Jerry Marshall) / color & CinemaScope-9m / June 26, 1962 / Color Parade: Widescreen Australian tour

Stung Again (Warren Doane, producer; W.P. Hackney) / bw-18m / October 18, 1933 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Louise Fazenda. A camping trip goes wrong. Even the local cows cause trouble.

Sugar Bowl Humpty Dumpty (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Henry Clay Bate; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / February 1, 1942 / Stranger Than Fiction #102: Estelle Powell (Austin, TX) makes creations entirely from sugar, including "Humpty Dumpty" / Tom Hochbruechner (Bonnie Lure Park, OR) owns a dog that catches salmon / Harry Heim & son (Baltimore) make unique ornaments / Peter M. Schweitzer goes by plane from New York to Newark daily / Pvt. Garvie Aldridge clims trees upside down / an ice mine at Coudersport, PA

Sugar Chile Robinson, Billie Holiday, Count Basie And His Sextet (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © December 5, 1950 / Name Band Musical. Holliday sings “God Bless The Child” and “Now, baby Or Never”

Sunday Morning (Harry Edwards) / bw-12m / December 4, 1929 / Universal Comedy starring Vernon Dent & Lou Archer. Hijinks at a golf course

Supper At Six (Mentone; Lynn Shores) / bw-20m / © December 12, 1933 / Mentone Brevity featuring Maude Odell, Hilda Spong, Corse Payton, Tom & Ray Romain, Jack Arthur, Jack & Kay Spangler, the Ponce Sisters, Helen Tucker & The Great Maurice.

Surprising Suzie (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / July 3, 1953 / Name Band Musical. Abbe Lane sings "Blame It on the Rhumba"; Hugh O'Brian sings "You" and the two duet on "You're My Dish". Rose Marie sings "It's Great When You're Doing a Show". Scat-Man Crothers joins the others on "You've Got To Have Personality"

The Swankiest Isle In The World (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers) / bw-9m / © March 11, 1941 / Going Places With Graham McNamee #87: Visits Bar Harbor, Maine

Swede 'N Lovely (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-10m / March 1, 1968 / Color Adventure: Sweden tour

Sweet Jam (Vernon Keays) / bw-16m / October 16, 1943 / Name Band Musical featuring Jan Garber & Orchestra. With the Delta Rhythm Boys, Liz Tilton, Mary O'Brien

Sweet Serenade (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / March 1, 1950 (filmed '49) / Name Band Musical featuring Tex Beneke & Orchestra. Includes the Moonlight Serenades and such familiars as "Moonlight Serenade" and "Tuxedo Junction"

Sweet Swing (Josef Berne) / bw-15m / February 23, 1944 / Name Band Musical featuring Eddie Miller & Orchestra. With Ray Eberle, Martha Tilton & the Star Dusters: "Boogie Woogie Maxine," "Once in a While," "I've Got Sixpence" and "Put Your Arms Around Me Honey."

Sweethearts (Ben Holmes) / bw-22m / August 4, 1929 (Film Daily Review) / Universal Comedy starring Pat Rooney & Family

Swing Frolic (Larry Ceballos) / bw-20m / March 3, 1942 / Name Band Musical featuring Ted Weams & Band. With Margery Days, Perry Como, Peggy Ryan & the Harmonettes. Finale highlight: “Drumola” with Ormond Downes Jr.

Swing Hi, Swing Low (Thomas Mead, producer) / color-9m / August 1, 1955 / Color Parade: Golfing with Paul Hahn

Swing High, Swing Sweet (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © November 29, 1945 / Name Band Musical featuring Jan Savitt & Orchestra. With Ella Mae Morse

Swing Hotel (Ralph Staub) / bw-20m / October 18, 1939 / Name Band Musical featuring Duke Daley & Orchestra, Martha Mears, John & Edna Torrance, Jerry Lester & Milton Charleston. Tenants at a hotel perform their own acts

Swing Sanatorium (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-18m / April 24, 1939 / Mentone Brevity featuring Roscoe Ates, Dorothy Stone, Charles Collins.

Swing Serenade (Robert Wilmot) / bw-16m / February 28, 1945 (filmed '44) / Name Band Musical featuring Henry King & Ochestra. With Gloria Delson & Leo Diamond Quintette, Artie Wayne, the Costello Twins: "Tiger Rag," "St. Louis Blues" , "Sweet and Lovely", "Tico, Tico," "Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby," "Just Friends," "You Never Say Yes" & "Fiesta Carmencita."

Swing That Band (Arthur Dreifuss) / bw-16m / April 7, 1943 / Name Band Musical featuring Johnny Long & Orchestra. With vocals by Gene Williams, Helen Young and the Four Teens Quartette. "Rock and Ride," which opens the show, is followed by "Penny Arcade," "When the Lights Go On Again," "Daddy" and "Caribbean Clipper."

Swing With Bing (Herbert Polesie; narrator: Roger Keene) / bw-13m / © July 22, 1940 / Golf special with not only Bing Crosby, but also Andy Devine, Richard Arlen, Arthur Q, Bryan, Jimmy Thompson, Byron Nelson, Jimmy Demaret, Lawson Little, Tony Penna, Harold McSpaden, Leo Diegel, Walter Hafgen, Henry McLemore & others

Swing's The Thing (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-16m / October 5, 1942 / Name Band Musical featuring Del Courtney & Orchestra. With Carole Bruce, the Cracker Jacks & magician Louis Da ****: “Temptation”, “St. Louis Blues”, “Henny Penny, My Black Hen”, “Good Evening” & “Hawaiian War Chant”

Swingin' And Singin' (George Robinson) / bw-14m / © March 1, 1957 (filmed '56) / Name Band Musical featuring Maynard Ferguson Orchestra. Featuring altoist Herb Geller & drummer Mel Lewis, along with Russ Arno, the Sabres & the De Castro Sisters. Features “Wailing Boat” & “Birth Of The Blues”

Swingin' Down The Scale (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / May 13, 1946 / Name Band Musical featuring Alvino Ray & Orchestra. With the King Sisters: "Should I Reveal", "Somewhere Over the Rainbow," "Whispering," "Farewell Blues" & "Isle of Capri."

Swingin' In The Barn (Larry Ceballos) / bw-19m / May 13, 1940 / Name Band Musical featuring Texas Jim Lewis & the Lone Star Cowboys.

Swingtime Blues (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-20m / © December 28, 1942 / Name Band Musical featuring Bob Chester & Orchestra, Gertrude Nieson & others.

Swingtime Holiday (Larry Ceballos) / bw-15m / © July 28, 1944 / Name Band Musical featuring Gus Arnheim & His Orchestra. With Jimmie Doss, Delta Rhythm Boys & Jean Davis: "Pagan Love Song," "You're My Dish," "Shake Well Before Using," "Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me," "Jersey Bounce" and "Rhythm Rhapsody."

Symphony In Swing (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / March 30, 1949 (filmed Feb) / Name Band Musical featuring Duke Ellington & Orchestra. Features "Take the 'A' Train", "Suddenly It Jumped" (with dancing Edwards Sisters), "Turquoise Cloud," "Knock Me a Kiss," & "Frankie and Johnny."

Synco-Smooth Swing (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / December 19, 1945 / Name Band Musical featuring Ted Fio Rito Orchestra.

Tadpole Tale: A Fantasy (United World Films) / color (16mm)-14m / © January 31, 1967 (edited '66) / A boy adopts a tadpole in a city park

Take Two From The Sea (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) / color-28m / February 1972 / Made for United States Dept. of Commerce in cooperation with the Shellfish Institute of North America. All about clams and oysters along the US coastlines

Take Your Pick (Stern Bros.; Sam Newfield) / bw & silent-20m / February 13, 1929 / Rube Goldberg's "Mike & Ike" starring Roger Moore & Ned La Salle.

The Take-Off (Junior Jewel; Ben Holmes) / bw-18m / December 23, 1929 / Sporting Youth with Ann Christy, Sumner Getchell & Joan McCoy.

Takin' The Breaks (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / March 22, 1946 (filmed '45) / Name Band Musical featuring Russ Morgan & Orchestra. With Judy Clark, Barbara Perry & The Dinning Sisters: "Yip Yip DeHottie," "At Sundown," "Small Fry," "Mary Lee" and "Danza de Barbara."

Talent Scout (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-9m / June 14, 1954 / Color Parade: Various animals break into show business

Taps And Tunes (George Robinson) / bw-15m / © November 1, 1957 / Name Band Musical.

Teaser Test (Carl Dudley, producer) / Eastmancolor & Vistarama-9m / © September 1, 1957 / Question and answer quiz-travelogue covering topics like the fastest winter sports and US versus British derbies

Ted Fio Rito And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © March 24, 1949 / Name Band Musical.

Ted Weems And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / February 2, 1949 (filmed '48) / Name Band Musical.

Teddy Bergman's Bar-B-Q (Barbecue Revue) (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-19m / © September 17, 1937 / Mentone Brevity featuring Carl Freed & the Harmonica Lads, Floris Vestoff & Gloria Grafton. Theatrical group works for their restaurant bill

Teddy Bergman's International Broadcast (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / June 1, 1936 / Mentone Brevity featuring Alan Reed, Rita Rio, the Hermandez Brothers, Billy Reyes. Bergman hosts as master of ceremonies

Telephone Blues (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-19m / March 13, 1935 / Mentone Brevity featuring Olga Baclanova, the Tic Tac Girls, Murray Lane & Harmonians, Dodge Brothers, Henry Scott. Music with telephones in a hotel

Television George (Stern Bros.; Francis Corby) / bw & silent-20m / February 27, 1929 / "Let George Do It" starring Syd Saylor & Derelys Perdue.

Television Highlights (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-10m / December 7, 1936 / Mentone Brevity featuring Roy Smeck, Gogo De Lys, Henny Youngman & Lew Hearn. Ahead of its time although TV was a popular subject in the thirties. Just an excuse to-put-on-a-show.

A Tenderfoot Hero (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / September 17, 1928 / Tenderfoot Western starring George Chandler, Gloria Grey, Wilbur Mack & William Malan.

A Tenderfoot Terror (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / August 31, 1929 / Tenderfoot Western starring George Chandler, Lotus Thompson, Wilbur Mack.

The Tennessee Plowboy (Will Cowan) / bw-14m / February 27, 1956 (filmed '55) / Name Band Musical featuring Eddie Arnold & Gogi Grant. With Jane Howard, Coleen McClatchey, Cynthia Patrick & Bill Thompson. Featured tunes: “Cattle Call”, “I Walked Alone Last Night”, “Keep No Secrets” & “Suddenly There's A Valley”

Teresa Brewer And The Fire House Five Plus Two (Will Cowan) / bw-16m / © February 18, 1952 (filmed '51) / Name Band Musical. With With Leo Diamond, the Mercer Brothers & Joe Venuti: "Music, Music, Music", "Old Man Mose", "Everybody Loves My Baby", "The Johnson Rag", "Hot Canary", "Fantasy in Blue" & "When You Bump Into Somebody You Know."

Tex Beneke And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / March 3, 1948 / Name Band Musical.

Tex Beneke And The Glenn Miller Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-16m / © December 18, 1946 / Name Band Musical. Set in a NYC nightclub: "Chattanooga Choo Choo," "Meadowlands," "Cynthia's in Love," '"Little Brown Jug" & "Hey! Ba-ba-Re-Bop."

Tex Williams & Orchestra In Western Whoopee (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / June 21, 1948 / Name Band Musical.Features new hit "Don't Telephone, Don't Telegraph — Tell a Woman." Also singing are The Three Corral Cuties, Delia Norell, Judy Clark and Pat Alpin. Other tunes: "That's What I Like About the West," "I Wish That I Could Be a Singing Cowboy," "Big Bad Bill from the Badlands," "Amarillo," "I'm My Own Grand-Paw" & "Yuk-A-****."

Tex Williams And His Western Caravan (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / August 27, 1947 / Name Band Musical. Tunes: "Texas In My Soul", "Blue Danube", "Don't Get Around Much Anymore", "No She Don't, Ye' She Does," "Chattanooga Choo Choo" & "Smoke, Smoke, Smoke”

Tex Williams' Western Varieties (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / March 22, 1951 / Name Band Musical.With Smoky Rogers & Deuce Spriggins

There Ain't No Justice (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-19m / May 8, 1934 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Herbert Corthell & Paul Hurst. Irate husband finds out his brother-in-law has been using his name with an unknown woman and prompting his own divorce

They Went That-A-Way (Edmund L. Dorfman, producer; John A. Haesler; script: Arthur Cohen; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-8m / January 10, 1949 (edited '48) / Variety View #177: Clips of various animals in the Amazon

This Is Finland (Thomas Mead, producer) / color-9m / July 13, 1960 / Color Parade

This Way Please (Stern Bros.; Sam Newfield) / bw & silent-20m / April 10, 1929 / Rube Goldberg's "Mike & Ike" starring Roger Moore & Ned La Salle.

Three Brox Sisters / bw-10m / January 14, 1929 (filmed '28) / Movietone Short.

Three Brox Sisters At The Night Club / bw-10m / March 25, 1929 / Movietone Short.

The Three Diamonds (Ben Holmes) / bw-18m / October 20, 1929 (Film Daily review) / Universal Comedy starring Pat Rooney & Family: Papa seeks Ma's stolen jewelry by posing as a butler. Later in court a musical show is performed.

Three Years To Victory (Thomas Mead, producer) / color-6m / October 19, 1953 / Color Parade

The Thrill Hunter (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / June 8, 1929 / Tenderfoot Western starring George Chandler, Lotus Thompson, Wilbur Mack.

Thrills Of The Deep (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-8m / March 18, 1942 / Variety View #105: Fishing reel involving sailfish and manta rays

Thundering Rails (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-19m / May 24, 1950 / Survey of US railroads.

Tickled Pinky (Larry Ceballos) / bw-18m / © December 20, 1940 / Name Band Musical featuring Pinky Temlin. With Martha Tilton, Britt Wood & the Pickard Family. Set at a general store

Tid-Bits (Warren Doane) / bw-20m / October 24, 1934 / Warren Doane Musical production No. 2

Tige's Girlfriend (Century Film-Stern Bros.; Sam Newfield) / bw & silent-20m / April 3, 1929 / Buster Brown starring Arthur Trimble & Lois hardwick.

The Timeless City (Carl Dudley, producer) / Technicolor & Vistarama-9m / © September 25, 1957 / More of Rome

Tin Pan Alley Tempos (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © October 26, 1945 / Name Band Musical featuring Phil Omar.

The Tiny Astronaut (United World Films) / color (16mm)-18m / © January 31, 1967 (edited '66) / Tale of a boy and his pet mouse... and a toy rocket.

The Tiny Terrors Make Trouble (Thomas Mead, producer; John A. Haeseler) / bw-17m / January 18, 1950 (Completed '49) / Antics of three bears

Tiny Terrors Of The Timberland (John A. Haeseler; narrator: Edward Herlihy) / bw-20m-June 26, 1946 / Antics of three black bears.

Tom Thumb Church (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Henry Clay Bate; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / May 18, 1942 / Stranger Than Fiction #105:

Tom Thumb In Person (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-10m / May 24, 1943 / Person-Oddity: Baron Nowak of New York is featured. Also a photograph hospital in Denver, the nation's only active volcano at Mt. Lassen in California and a San Diego ship carver who paints backgrounds for them to add realism.

Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © September 25, 1951 / Name Band Musical. Featuring Charlie Shavers on trumpet and singers Frances Irvin & Bob London. Tunes: “You Left Your Brown-eyed Baby”, “Opus No. 1”, “Diane”, “The Hucklebuck” & “Boogie Woogie”

Tommy Tucker And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-14m / April 9, 1947 / Name Band Musical. Features "Colonel from Kentucky.", Don Brown singing "All I Do Is Dream of You", Marilyn Hare's "For Him No Love.", followed by "Singin' in the Rain," "The Camptown Races," "I Never Knew" & "Give Out."

Tony Pastor And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / August 27, 1947 / Name Band Musical featuring Tony Pastor & Orchestra. With Betty & Rosemary Clooney (before she became famous), the Nilsson Twins & Mildred Law. Includes "Hawaiian War Chant," "Spell of the Moon," & "San Francisco"

Too Many Women (Stern Bros.; Sam Newfield) / bw & silent-20m / October 23, 1929 / Sid (Syd) Saylor Comedy

Torrid Tempos (Larry Ceballos) / bw-18m / November 27, 1940 / Name Band Musical featuring Six Hits & A Miss, Vivien Fay, Matty Malneck, Mary Lou Cook, the Stapletons & Jack Gwynn. Mix of ballerina dancing, vocal harmonizing and even a magic trick

The Touch Of Love (Bruce Seth Green) / color-28m / 1980 / Covers the art of massage

Traffic Troubles (Gus Meins) / bw-20m / March 1, 1930 / Sid (Syd) Saylor Comedy: Sid outwits a cop after being caught speeding with his girl

Tragedy, USA (William Martin) / bw-8m / © October 15, 1958 / Variety View

The Trail Of Father Kino (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers) / bw-10m / May 26, 1941 / Going Places With Graham McNamee #91: Following the trail of a Jesuit who toured Mexico from 1687 through 1711

Trail Of The Buccaneers (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-8m / November 14, 1941 / Variety View #99: Visting St. Petersburg in Florida

Trail Of The Pack (Joseph Levigard) / bw & silent-16m / December 8, 1929 (Film Daily review) / Northwest Mounted Police starring Ted Carson. An outlaw escapes on a girl's farm wagon and kidnaps her in a shack before the Mountie rescues her.

Trans-Am Challenge (Bruce Seth Green & William Burch) / color-9m / December 1971 Features Mark Donohue and George Folmer competing June 20, 1971. Obviously made for heterosexual men with lots of babes not wearing bras on the sidelines.

Trapped (The Volissimo Case) (Audio Cinema; Kurt Neumann) / bw-23m / October 28, 1931 / The Shadow starring Lina Basquette & James Murray.

Travel Tips (Carl Dudley, producer) / Eastmancolor & Vistarama-8m / © October 27, 1956 / European travelogue tour

Treasure Of The Nile (Thomas Mead, producer; Hamilton Wright Jr.; writer Allen Kitchell; narrator: Jack Costello) / bw-8m / September 25, 1950 / Variety View #186: Tour of Cairo

Treasures Of Istanbul (Otto Lang, producer) / color-9m / © January 30, 1960 (filmed '59) / Color Parade

Treasures Of The Deep (Treasure Of The Deep) (Fred Porrett) / color-9m / © November 7, 1961 / Color Parade: Skin diving in Bermuda

The Trial Of Vince Barnett (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / © March 8, 1933 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Vince Barnett.

Trick Plays (Albert H. Kelley; script: Samuel Freedman) / bw-10m / October 22, 1931 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Glenn Pop Warner.

A Trifle Backward (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / December 28, 1933 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Vince Barnett, Robert Graves, Miami Alvarez & Gertrude Short.

Tropical Harmony (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Ben Grauer) / bw-8m / September 27, 1947 / Variety View #165: West Indies tour

Tropical Lowland: Amazon River, Brazil (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / May 1, 1949 / Earth & Its People (series)

Tropical Mountain Island: Java (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / December 1, 1948 / Earth & Its People (series)

Trouble Bruin (John A. Haeseler) / bw-8m / © December 27, 1954 / Variety View: Two bears cause trouble

Trouble Spot Of The East (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Basil Ruysdael) / bw-9m / September 7, 1942 / Variety View #111: Visiting Ceylon

Trumpet Serenade (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-15m / © June 18, 1942 / Name Band Musical featuring Harry James & His Music Makers. Also Grace McDonald and the Jivin' Jacks & Jills dance and Helen Forrest sings. Tunes: "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen," "Home, James," "You Made Me Love You," "He's 1-A in the Army and A-l in My Heart," "James Session," "Concerto for Trumpet."

Tumbleweed Tempos (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / December 4, 1946 (© September 26) / Name Band Musical featuring Spade Cooley. With Ella Mae Morse and Smokey Rogers: "The Campbells Are Coming," "The Life of the Party," "Turn My Picture Upside Down," "Crazy Cause I Love You," & "Don't Move."

Tune Time (Reginald Le Borg) / bw-15m / March 18, 1942 / Name Band Musical featuring Jan Garber & Orchestra. With Donald Novis, Vivien Fay & the Kingsmen. Includes “The White Cliffs of Dover” & “Elmer's Tune”

Turkey Au Go Go (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen; script: William E. O'Connell; narrator: William O'Connell) / color-10m / January 1, 1966 (filmed '65) / Color Adventure: The mod life in Istanbul

Turkey, Rebirth Of A Nation (A Middle East Bridgeland) (United World; Carl Dudley) / color (16mm)-17m / 1961 / part of a series "Today's People in Our Changing World"

The Two Faces Of Kenya (Norman Gluck, producer; Ed Bartsch; script: William O'Connell; narrator: Jim Branch) / color-10m / November 1966 / Color Adventure: Contrasting modern Nairobi with older cultures. Also plenty of critter footage.

Two Gun Morgan (Walter Fabian) / bw & silent-20m / March 22, 1929 / Tenderfoot Western starring George Chandler, Katherine Crawford, Bill Patton & others.

U.S. Adventure / color-9m / December 1971

A U.S. Community And Its Citizens (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / December 1948 / Earth & Its People (series)

Union Wages (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / August 31, 1932 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Louise Fazenda, Sidney Toler, Vivien Oakland, James Finlayson & Phil Dunham. Workers struggle with their environment, including an over flooded bathroom and a finger jammed in a fire hose

United China Relief (National Screen Service) / bw-2m / April 14, 1942 / Commercial

The Unshod Maiden (Albert DeMond) / bw-10m / © February 29, 1932 / Brevity: More old silent film clips with funny commentary

Up And Down Stairs (Harry Edwards) / bw-15m / January 29, 1930 (filmed '29) / Universal Comedy starring Vernon Dent, Lou Archer & Blanche Gilmore. Married man helps his single friend while his wife leaves the apartment on account of his lack of house-chores. Then the neighbors accidently “move in”.

Up And Over (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-8m / October 15, 1958 / Variety View

Use Your Feet (Junior Jewel; Ben Holmes) / bw-20m / August 3, 1929 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips & Dorothy Gulliver. A bike race is entered to aid June and her family's financial misfortune.



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Valley Of The Mekong (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; script: Robert Cochran; narrator: Kani Evans) / color-9m / © November 1, 1960 / Color Parade

Valley Of Two Faces (Charles D. Beeland, producer) / Eastmancolor & CinemaScope-10m / January 18, 1957 (Completed '56) / Color Parade: Travelogue of the Shenandoah region in the U.S. Appalachian, culminating in the Luray Caverns.

Vapor Streams (Thomas Mead, producer) / color-9m / December 20, 1957 / Color Parade: US Air Force tests F-84-F Thunderjets

Varga And His Beauties (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Larry Elliott) / bw-10m / © April 18, 1944 / Person-Oddity: Most famous swimsuit and sexy lady artist line: Joaquin Alberto Vargas. Also Thurmont, MD goldfish farm / Elkart, IN wood carved house / Canan City, CO prisoners make soap / blind golfer in Library, PA

The Varsity Drag (Junior Jewel; uncredited) / bw & silent-20m / June 29, 1929 / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips & Dorothy Gulliver.

Varsity Vanities (Larry Ceballos) / bw-17m / © July 30, 1940 / Name Band Musical featuring Six Hits & A Miss, Martha Tilton.

The Vaud-O-Mat (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-19m / April 18, 1936 / Mentone Brevity featuring Toto, Donatella Brothers, Smart Set Foursome, Edith Mann, Biglow & Gerald, Adele Lawrence & Meryl Mento. Drop your coin and watch the musical numbers

Vaudeville Days (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / © March 7, 1934 / Mentone Brevity featuring Hal Sherman, Peter Higgins, Sybil Bowan, Jack Seymour, Ann Lester, Elsie & Herman, Kay & Jimmy, the Chester Hale Girls.

Vaudeville On Parade (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / © January 19, 1934 (filmed '33) / Mentone Brevity featuring Harry Hershfield, Harold Stern, Charles Collins, Jack McLellen, Eddie Peabody, Hal Ford, Gypsy Nina, Sybil Krinny & the Albertina Rasch Dancers.

Venezuela Holiday (Hamilton Wright Jr.) / color & ScanaScope-9m / November 4, 1958 / Color Parade

Venice Of The East (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-20m / © July 5, 1959 / SuperSpecial: Tour of Thailand's Bangkok

Vernon's Aunt (Harry Edwards) / bw-20m / February 19, 1930 / Universal Comedy starring Vernon Dent, Lou Archer & Blanche Gilmore

A Very Special Day (United World Films) / color (16mm)-19m / © February 28, 1967 (edited '66)

Victory Bound (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Al Grobe) / bw-8m / August 11, 1945 / Variety View #143: Covers the building of Landing Ships Tanks

Victory Plays (Al Martin) / bw-10m / © April 13, 1932 / Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel with Bill Tilden. Tennis reel

Vigilance (US Forest Service) / bw-5m / June 9, 1942 / War Activities Committee (Victory Short). Documentary short depicting the importance of American forests and the need to defend them from sabotage and fire.

Village Metropolis (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen; editor: Ed Bartsch; narrator: Andre Baruch) / bw-9m / September 8, 1952 (© June 24) / Variety View: Tour of Greenwich Village in NYC

Village Of The Past (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Jack Costello) / bw-8m / August 11, 1945 / Variety View #142: In Greenfield Village near Detroit shown / 100-year-old Clinton Inn / Lincoln collection at the recreated Logan County Court House / Edison's laboratory / covered bridge / Stephen Foster's home

Virgin Island USA (Jack Harris) / color-9m / May 18, 1960 / Color Parade

Voice Of The Vatican (Allyn Butterfield, producer; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-10m / March 24, 1933 /Tour of the Holy City includes visits by Mussolini, King Victor Emmanuel and a dedication by radio.

The Waif Of The Wilderness (Jack Nelson) / bw & silent-20m / October 5, 1929 / The Pioneer Kid starring Bobby Nelson & Edmund Cobb.

Waikiki Melody (Will Cowan) / bw-20m / August 22, 1945 / Name Band Musical featuring Harry Owens & His Royal Hawaiians. With Hilo Hattie, Ernest Kawohi, Bob Hamlin, Three Hawaiian Sweethearts, Alma Ross & Leinaala Reid

Walls Are Out (Museum Without Walls /The Cubist Epoch) (Bruce Seth Green) / color-20m / 1971 Later edited into a feature running 53 minutes. This study of Cubist art was made in association with the Los Angeles County Art Museum

Warren Doane's Brevity (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-19m / July 25, 1933 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Eddie Peabody, Three Kings. Series of vaudeville sketches

Wash Line Romance (Jack Rollens) / bw-10m / May 6, 1929 (filmed August '28) / Laemmle Novelty

Watch The Birdie (Sam Newfield) / bw & silent-10m / December 12, 1928 / Buster Brown starring Arthur Trimble.

Watch Your Friends (Richard Smith) / bw-20m / October 5, 1929 / Universal Comedy starring Vernon Dent & Lou Archer

Water Battlers (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker) / bw-10m / August 16, 1948 / Answer Man Series: The subject is a salmon's life cycle

Water For Dry Land: USA- Southwest (United World; Louis De Rochemont) / bw-20m / November 17, 1948 / Earth & Its People (series)

Watercolor Holiday (David W. Clark) / Eastmancolor-9m / April 11, 1961 (preview; released by Universal in September 1964) / Color Parade: Filmed in Maine

Wax Figures (Stephen J. Rollens) / bw & silent-10m / October 22, 1928 / Laemmle Novelty: Showcases dolls

We! We! Marie! (Albert Ray) / bw-21m / October 1, 1930 / Universal Comedy starring Slim Summerville, Eddie Gribbon, Pauline Garon & Roger Gray. WW1 setting: private and sergeant fight over the same girl

Webb Pierce And His Wanderin' Boys (Will Cowan) / bw-16m / June 20, 1955 / Name Band Musical. With Eddie Arnold

Weekend Pirate (Thomas Mead, producer) / color-9m / © January 17, 1958 (filmed '57) / Color Parade

Well, By George! (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-18m / October 31, 1934 / Mentone Brevity featuring Georgie Price, Ramona, the Ink Spots & the Twelve Mentonettes.

West Of Laramie (Will Cowan) / bw-23m / March 24, 1949 (filmed '48) / Musical Western starring Tex Williams. With Patricia Hall, Smokey Rogers, Deuce Spriggins, Patricia Alphin, Terry Frost & others in another battle between Montana ranchers, homesteaders and outlaws. Some footage lifted from feature MAN FROM MONTANA (1941)

West Point Of The South (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-8m / © July 2, 1956 / Variety View: Filmed in Charleston, South Carolina

Western Courage (Will Cowan) / bw-25m / August 30, 1950 (filmed October-November '49) / Musical Western starring Tex Williams. With Deuce Spriggins, Smokey Rogers, Donna Maartell, Watson Downs, Kenne Duncan, Lane Bradford, Judd Holdren, Monte Montague & others. Tex and Smokey aid Deuce from a crooked card player and his henchman

Western Cowgirl (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Bill Hightower) / bw-10m / July 19, 1943 / Person-Oddity: California resident heads 3000 cattle / miniature town in Danbury, Connecticut / Wyoming antelope ranch / cactus milk usage

Western Whoopee (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Howard Petrie) / bw-9m / © August 25, 1942 / Variety View #113: Filmed in Nevada

What A Safari (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-8m / © August 15, 1957 / Variety View: Florida animal park is visited

What Every Veteran Should Know / bw-15m / September 13, 1945 / War Activities Committee (Victory Short)

What We Are Fighting For (Erle C. Kenton) / bw-10m / © May 5, 1943 / America Speaks (series): Featuring Lon Chaney Jr. An air raid warden (Jim Grover) learns safety measures and a refugee (Osa Massen) remembers her hard life in wartime Europe. Also with Robert Paige & Ludwig Stossel

Whatever Goes Up (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen;writer: Allan Kitchel Jr.) / bw-8m / April 10, 1955 (filmed '54) / Variety View: Short history of the trampoline and its use in circuses

Whatta Built (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Ann Thomas) / bw-8m / May 26, 1948 / Variety View #170: Semi-comic reel about fitness fanatics

When The Leaves Fall (Willard Pictures [John M. Squiers Jr.]; Dick Durrance) / color-10m / February 1, 1969 (filmed '67) / Color Adventure: Sports reel shot in the Whiteface Mountains (New York).

Where All Roads Lead (Carl Dudley, producer) / Technicolor & Vistarama-10m / © December 12, 1956 / Tour of Rome

Where's Elmer? (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / © February 2, 1934 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Vince Barnett & Frank Miles. Comedy involving gangsters,crashing cars and one baffled chief

The White House- An American Heritage (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen) / color-20m / January 1967 / SuperSpecial

White Magic (Thomas Mead, producer; script: Allan Kitchell Jr.; camera: Earl Nelson) / color-9m / April 25, 1955 (filmed '54) / Color Parade: The Yellowstone National Park in winter

White Treasure (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Al Grobe) / bw-8m / January 29, 1945 (© December 7, 1944) / Variety View #138: Visiting a salt mine in Nova Scotia

Who, Me? (Warren Doane, producer; George Stevens) / bw-20m / © June 14, 1932 / Warren Doane Comedy starring Henry Armetta, Frank Albertson, Robert McWade, Sally Blane & Fred Kelsey.

Who's Next? (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-9m / September 27, 1943 (© July 28) / Variety View #122: This is the password at a barber shops profiled

The Whole Show (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-20m / © December 17, 1934 / Mentone Brevity featuring James & John Barton, Will & Gladys Ahearn, Katheryn Penman, the Arkansas Travelers, Beverly & Revel. Burlesque show

Whose Baby? (Edward Ludwig) / bw & silent-10m / January 28, 1929 / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake, Gertrude Messinger, Glen Cavender.

Wild West Chimp (Thomas Mead, producer; John A. Haesler; narrator: Tom Shirley) / bw-9m / March 17, 1947 / Variety View #160: Ape dressed for a cowboy story

The Wildest (Thomas Mead, producer) / color-9m / © December 20, 1957 / Color Parade: Musical performance by Sam Butera and his Witnesses at Lake Tahoe in Nevada

Wind, Curves And Trap Door (Harry A. Kapit, producer; Ben Parker) / bw-10m / December 22, 1947 / Answer Man Series:

Window On The East (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen; camera: Josef Tejchman; narrator: Phil Tonkin) / color-10m / January 1, 1966 (completed '65) / Color Adventure: Tour of Prague during its loosening period in the Cold War sixties

Wingmen Of Tomorrow (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Edward Herlihy) / bw-8m / June 4, 1945 / Variety View #140: Watching a flying school in action.

Wings For Freedom (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Edward Herlihey) / bw-8m / June 8, 1942 / Variety View #108: Visiting Curtis-Wright and plane manufacturing

Wings In Record Time (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Al Grobe) / bw-9m / December 27, 1943 / Variety View #128: Shows airplanes made to order with a focus on Rosie the riveter

Wings Of Courage (Thomas Mead, producer; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-10m / March 25, 1946 / Person-Oddity: Mrs. Alverna Babbs, of Moultrie, GA, without legs, flies her own plane / Mrs. Oscar O'Connor who makes artistic containers out of jars and bottles / Mrs. Fannie Branson life-like miniature horses / Gus Yearicks is a creative hedge clipper / Clarence Tuska, made his own lawn-mower out of old razor blades.

The Winning Point (Junior Jewel; uncredited) / bw & silent-20m / January 21, 1929 (filmed '28) / The Collegians starring George J. Lewis, Eddie Phillips & Dorothy Gulliver.

Winter Serenade (Larry Ceballos) / bw-13m / December 24, 1941 / Name Band Musical featuring Gloria Jean. With Milt Herth Trio, the Sportsmen & Marjorie Day

Winter Sports Jamboree (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Bob Stanton) / bw-9m / January 8, 1943 (filmed '42) / Variety View #116: From Mt. Olympus, Washington to Maine

With Best Dishes (Mentone; Milton Schwarzwald) / bw-17m / May 1, 1939 / Mentone Brevity featuring Charles Kemper, Lillian Roth, Billy Reyes, George Roche, Toy & Wing, The Pied Pipers & The Philharmonics.

Wizard Of Autos (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Larry Elliott) / bw-10m / September 18, 1943 / Person-Oddity: Features Alvan Macauley of Packard Motor Company

The Wolf's Fangs (Joseph Levigard) / bw & synchronized score-20m / May 12, 1930 / Northwest Mounted Police starring Ted Carson.

A Woman's Man (Edward Ludwig) / bw & silent-10m / November 5, 1928 / "Horace In Hollywood" with Arthur Lake.

Women At The Plough (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; Henry Clay Bate; narrator: Alois Havrilla) / bw-9m / July 20, 1942 / Stranger Than Fiction #108

Wonderful Whirlybirds (Norman Gluck, producer; Arthur Cohen; script: William E. O'Connell; narrator: Ed Hirlihy) / color-9m / February 1, 1968 / Color Parade: Profiles helicopter use in the US Coast Guard

The Wooden Soldier (Wooden Soldiers) (Stephen J. Rollens) / bws-10m / December 17, 1928 / Laemmle Novelty

Woody Herman And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / March 3, 1948 / Name Band Musical. With the Modernaires ("I Can't Get Offa My Horse"). Also: "Blue Flame", "Sabre Dance", "Caldonia" , "Jingle Bell Polka" "Cane Walk," & "Northwest Passage"

Woody Herman's Varieties (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © September 25, 1951 / Name Band Musical. With the Double Daters, Nils & Nadynne & the Langs

World Without Borders (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Ed Herlihy & Ben Grauer) / bw-20m / © November 28, 1944 / Another history of aviation with a look at the plane's role post-war. Includes an aviation exhibit at Rockefeller Center.

The World's Greatest Thrills (Allyn Butterfield; narrator: Graham McNamee) / bw-19m / July 5, 1933 / Compilation of newsreel footage focusing on war (the great one), floods, a tidal wave and major fires.

The World's Most Beautiful Girls (Robert Faber, producer; Jessie Hibbs; narrator: Hugh Douglas) / Technicolor-17m / © December 30, 1952 / Filmed at the Long Beach, California Miss Universe Pageant

World's Youngest Aviator (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Al Grobe) / bw-10m / December 20, 1943 / Person-Oddity: David Stoddard of Fort Stockton, Texas, is 10 and does solo flights. Also squirrels and cats together in Jacksonville, Florida / stage coaches at Bradmore Hotel in Colorado Springs / address at No. 1 Atlantic Ocean, Atlantic City

Worth Running For (Norman Gluck, producer) / color-10m / May 1969 / Color Adventure

Would You Be Willing? (Alfred J. Goulding) / bw-16m / May 24, 1935 / Van Ronkel Comedy starring Frank Masters. Set at a dance band club

Xavier Cugat And His Orchestra (Will Cowan) / bw-15m / © November 2, 1952 / Name Band Musical. With Abbe Lane

The Year Around (Will Cowan; animation: Dave Fleischer) / bw-9m / December 6, 1948 / Sing & Be Happy

Yesterday's Big Story (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-20m / January 1965 / SuperSpecial: Tribute to past big stories in vintage Universal newsreels

Yoo-Hoo (Warren Doane, producer; James W. Horne) / bw-20m / October 5, 1932 / Warren Doane Comedy starring James Gleason, Bobby Hutchins & Anita Garvin. James adopts a waif and causes trouble with a small pox scare

You Can Be Had (Sam Newfield) / bw-15m / January 8, 1936 (completed '35) / All monkey comedy “special” set in a night club

You Can't Get Away With It (Charles E. Ford; narrator: Lowell Thomas) / bw-30m / © November 25, 1936 / Showcase of vintage gangster clips culled from newsreels as well as J. Edgar Hoover at work

You Don't Say (Thomas Mead, producer; Arthur Cohen) / bw-8m / October 3, 1949 / Variety View #181: Talking to people candidly in Cony Island (NYC)

You Said It, Sailor (Jo Van Ronkel) / bw-20m / November 19, 1930 / Red Star Comedy starring Tom O'Brien, Hallam Cooley, Sam Hardy & others.

Your National Gallery (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Jack Costello) / bw-8m / © December 12, 1944 / (Academy Award Nominee for 1945) Variety View #139: The Gallery in Washington DC and its many art-works are displayed

Your Studio And You (Trey Parker & Matt Stone) / bw-17m / February 1995 / A parody of 1950s corporate/industrial films. Familiar faces include Dian Bachar, James Cameron, Shaun Cassidy, Shelley Fabrares, Michael J. Fox, Jeff Katzenberg, Angela Lansbury, Lucy Lawless, Brian Grazer, among others

Your Technocracy And Mine (Robert Benchley) / bw-10m / April 13, 1933 / A Universal “special” in which the popular humorist Robert Benchley in a key pre-MGM short explains the definition of “technocracy”

Your Zoo (Thomas Mead, producer) / bw-8m / © May 1, 1957 / Variety View #242: The Washington D.C. Zoo is shown

Yukon Outpost (Thomas Mead & Joseph O'Brien, producers; narrator: Hugh James) / bw-9m / August 30, 1943 / Variety View #125: The war front in Alaska

Zimmerman And Granville / bw-10m / January 28, 1929 / Movietone Short. Vaudeville sketches







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