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Walt Disney  The Old Mill This is the '50s re-issue print of the Oscar-winning 1937 Silly Symphony, 'The Old Mill'. The original opening title featured a 'Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.' credit. No matter though, the power and depth of the 'Multiplane' camera, demonstrated here, is still impressive, 70 years later.
Tags: Silly  Symphony  Classic  Walt  Disney  Cartoons  The  Old  Mill 
Added: 16th December 2007
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Posted By: Sophia
Jeanne Crain At age 16, Jeanne Crain won a beauty contest as MISS LONG BEACH and became a model; the next year she was named CAMERA GIRL OF 1942, leading to contacts in Hollywood. She debuted on screen in 1943 in THE GANG'S ALL HERE, beginning a starring career that lasted through the '50s. Crain was frequently cast as the girl next door, and was generally employed to be a pretty face in the midst of light films, but occasionally she got more serious roles, as in PINKY (1949) in which she played a black girl passing for white; for that performance she was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar, repeating a nomination she got for her role in MARGIE (1946). . . Her career waned in the '60s, but she continued to appear in films through the '70s.
Tags: Jeanne  Crain      actress      The  Gang 
Added: 27th March 2008
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Posted By: Teresa
Brownie Starflash For Steve One of the most popular Brownie models was the Brownie 127, millions of which were sold between 1952 and 1967. The Brownie 127 was a simple bakelite camera for 127 film which featured a simple meniscus lens and a curved film (and I thought MENISCUS was TORN CARTILAGE!!!! LOL
Tags: Brownie      Kodak      camera      vintage 
Added: 5th January 2008
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Posted By: Teresa
Charlie Chaplins Tramp Debut 1914 This short film made in early 1914, Kid Auto Races At Venice, is a significant milestone in cinematic history: It marked the screen debut of Charlie Chaplin's Little Tramp character. In this film, made without a script, Chaplin played a mischief-maker who causes trouble for a camera crew trying to film a kiddie car race. (When you think about it, Chaplin isn't behaving much differently than people today who make fools of themselves to get on TV at sports events or wherever TV news crews show up.) By the end of 1914, Chaplin would be the most popular film comedian in the world.
Tags: Charlie  Chaplin  debut 
Added: 21st January 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
Classic Candid Camera The 'Inexperienced Dentist' stunt, with Betsy Palmer as a fledgling dentist.. and boy did they pick the right victim...I love New Yorkers!!
Tags: candid  camera  dentist  stunt  60s  television  comedy  new  york 
Added: 27th January 2008
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Posted By: Naomi
Did Mallory Conquer Everest First Thirty-seven-year-old British mountaineer George Mallory may have reached the summit of Mount Everest in 1924--29 years before Sir Edmund Hillary achieved the feat. In June 1924, Mallory and Andrew Irvine attempted to reach Everest's summit via the North Col route. The twosome were last spotted a few hundred metres from the summit by geologist Noel Odell. They were not seen alive again. Mallory's well preserved frozen body was not found until 1999. (Irvine's body has yet to be found.) Did Mallory die trying to reach the summit or did he reach it and perish on the descent? Nobody knows for certain. His camera has not been found. However, Mallory intended to leave a photo of his wife at Everest's summit if he got there. The photo was not found on Mallory's body.
Tags: George  Mallory  Mount  Everest 
Added: 30th January 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
Thunder Island Live from Japan in 1979, a very cool one camera shoot!
Tags: jay  ferguson 
Added: 16th February 2008
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Posted By: rickfmdj
The First Music Video - The man with the Movie Camera Dziga Vervov was one of the first who created art films in the history of cinema and this is considered the first music video ever..The Man With The Moving Camera(1929) is an art documentary with amazing collated scenes and music-rhythm...if you have the chance to watch it all don't miss, it is on YouTube.
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Added: 22nd March 2008
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Posted By: Old Fart
Kodak Pocket Instamatic 10 i used one of these cameras from the '70s until a few years ago! Freckles posted one of their commercials from the 1960s: http://www.yourememberthat.com/media/65/1960s_GoGo__Kodak_Instamatic_Commercial/
Tags: vintage      camera      Kodak        Pocket      Instamatic      10        1970 
Added: 15th April 2008
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Posted By: Teresa
Ray Glasser demos the Japanese SL-J7 Sony Betamax  1980! Taped in June of 1980 (the same month I got married), here is an on-camera detailed demo of the Japanese Sony Betamax, the SL-J7. This machine was never released in the United States, although it's close in styling and features to the American SL-5800. For its day...this machine was way ahead of its time.
Tags: Sony    Betamax    SL-J7    1980    Ray    Glasser   
Added: 30th May 2008
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Posted By: videoholic

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