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  1. I would like to know the title of a short film shown on December 21 at around 3:30 pm EST (between Mr. Soft Touch and Room for One More ). Thank you to anyone who knows and will share where this info is hiding.
  2. Just checking for confirmation here. In the 1933 short spoof "20,000 Cheers for the Chain Gang", included as a bonus on the Warner DVD of *I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang* (1932), we see a group of dancing picnickers called "The Vitaphone Boys and Girls" on the IMDb cast list. Among those Vitaphone dancing girls (whose faces are in some cases quite visible), I'm pretty sure I spot a major future Warner star. I don't want to influence anyone's judgment by naming the person, but if anyone else has the short, I'd be interested to hear if they confirm my identification. If enough people conf
  3. These threads that I create are quite silly and I mostly do them to satisfy myself. There is a little part of me that hopes that others who are rekindled in their memories can come forward and contribute more information. There are still many movies, often short in running time, that I would love to see before my final voyage into the hereafter. Although the three companies I profile here don't amount to a hill of beans in this crazy world, some of their best product has managed to survive under the umbrella company that now encompasses them and some of their contemporaries: https://phoen
  4. Decided to post a few favorites of the 16mm genre that populated schools from the 1930s through '80s, beginning with a few pairings of titles from Encyclopædia Britannica Films ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Encyclop%C3%A6dia_Britannica_Films ) Aesop's "live action" version of THE HARE AND THE TORTOISE (© October 7, 1947) Collaborator is Grace E. Storm, with camera work by Lynwood Chase. The success of this title begot a few follow-ups with the same personnel, such as THREE FOX FABLES (1948) and THE FOX AND THE ROOSTER (1951), neither available online yet. However an animated cartoon
  5. Hello, I've been searching for this short documentary film for quite a while and was wondering if anyone can help? It was probably about 2 years ago I saw a WB full color short from the 60's on TCM about about a small sailing sea research exhibition from California, around S. America (or maybe through the Panama Canal), featuring a stopover in Jamaica. From what I can recall it was about 10-15 minutes, it featured fantastic full color underwater views of coral and associated wildlife.
  6. … or at least I would like to see… and, even better, see put out on DVD. Figured I should start a new thread for everybody to join in with their requests. Who knows? Maybe somebody in charge of scheduling actually reads this. Maybe…? Here are TEN Warner Brothers shorties (out of 3900+ released theatrically, both animated and “live action”) that TCM should have no issues airing as long as they can find a good print. (I posted a blog on some of these suggestions a couple years ago on the other forum.) Blaze Busters A Warner-Vitaphone Novelty (sepiatone, 9+ minutes) released Decembe
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