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Description: The game cute much says you all there is to know about this Edison film. It runs a very brief 27-seconds and shows a torpedo hitting its goal and going off. I think the most fascinating thing about this is that we receive a cute close shot of the explosion and its aftermath. It was rather funny seeing this huge explosion and especially seeing how long it took for everything that flew up in the air to land back down.
Description: “One of the most interesting territories in the vicinity of Niagara Falls is the Whirlpool Rapids, where the immense volume of water which passes from the Falls, speeds along through its rocky and tortuous passage towards the ocean. The camera in securing this picture was placed at the front end of a train ascending the grade at a very rapid rate of speed. The combined motion of the train in one direction and the water in the opposite direction, the latter impeded and interrupted in its course by the rocky path through which it flows, sending pretty masses of spray and foam many feet in the air, makes an impression on the audience long to be remembered.” (Edison movie catalog)
Description: The movie is a panorama shot-scene lasting just under a minute. The panorama film, as coined by Lumière, is a moving-camera shot--usually accomplished by placing the camera on a moving transport, such as a boat or train.
Description: “A marvelously clear picture taken from the top of the elevator of the Eiffel Turret during going up and coming down of the car. This unbelievable turret is 1,000 feet in height, and the picture produces a most sensational effect. As the camera leaves the ground and rises to the top of the tower, the enormous white town opens out to the view of the astonished spectator. Arriving at the top of the tower, a bird's eye view of the Exposition looking toward the Trocadero, and also toward the Palace of Electricity, is made, and the camera starts its descent. The whole trip is shown on a 200-foot film. 30.00. We furnish the ascent in 125 foot film.” (Edison movie catalog)
Description: The Pan-American Exposition is encircled by an especially constructed canal, which was place in for the purpose of allowing the tourist to view the exterior of the buildings of the Pan-American Exposition with as tiny fatigue as possible.
Description: Nikolai II (1868-1918), the last Russian czar, son of Alexander III and Dagmar. He had been in Denmark on holiday with his parents few times. The royal houses usually met in September to celebrate Queen Louise's birthday. Even after Queen Louise's death, the families still kept the tradition.
Description: Here we present Captain N. P. Nissen, formerly known as Captain Bowser, making a trip through the Whirlpool Rapids in his popular twenty-four foot craft known as the "Fool Killer"...
Description: Hart & Soul: The Hart Family Anthology is a documentary produced and released by WWE Home Video in collaboration with Hart family members. The DVD chronicles the lineage of the Hart family beginning with the biography of patriarch Stu Hart. It gives a brief accounting of the lives of all twelve Hart kids as well as parents Stu and Helen growing up in Calgary. It describes the deaths of Stu, Helen, Dean, Matthew, Owen, Brian Pillman and Davey Man Smith with recollections from their loved ones. The DVD concludes with a detail on the Hart Dynasty and their future in WWE. The premium discs detail matches from Stampede Wrestling and WWF/WWE as well as candid home footage and interviews from the Hart family.
Description: Documentary about Vittorio Storaro, cinematographer of Apocalypse Now, The Last Emperor, Reds, Il Confimista, 1900. Vittorio Storaro talks about his work, along with collaborators like Warren Beatty and Bernardo Bertolucci and peers like Nestor Almendros. On-set footage from Dick Tracy and The Sheltering Sky. Storaro explains his zany theories about light and colour, and gives a potted history of lighting in the cinema. Sublime.
Description: A nostalgic, informative history of drive-in film theaters, featuring extensive archival photographs and interviews with Leonard Maltin, John Bloom, Samuel Z. Arkoff, Barry Corbin and many others... Drive-In Film Memories is a movie celebration of America's best icon of youth, freedom and the automobile. What began as an auto parts owner's business venture to create some simple cash accidentally became a magical zone where romance, fun and a sense of community flourished. This movie chronicles the drive-in's birth and development, its phenomenal popularity with audiences of all ages, its tragic decline, and its inevitable arrival as a classic form of Americana.
Description: Unauthorized Access is one of the earliest independant documentaries on the topics of the pc underground. Featuring footage from around globe, this video's tone is friendly and fun. From phreaking, lockpicking, conspiracy theories, and ninja clad dumpster divers to socially active political European hackers this video covers an nice amount of ground.
Description: "Along the coast of the Bering Sea a community of whale hunters are struggling to survive keeping alive a millenary tradition. Surviving one of the most extreme environments of the planet."
Description: O AMOR NATURAL is a documentary movie about the erotic poetry of one of the best Latin American poets of the 20th century, the Brazilian Carlos Drummond de Andrade (1902-1987). The erotic poems of Carlos Drummond de Andrade, a household name in Brazil, remained unpublished during his lifetime, as he feared they would be deemed pornographic. In this celebration of his poetry and sensual vision, elderly residents of Rio read his poems and comment on their graphic, voluptuous imagery with tremendous candor and enthusiasm.
Description: This picture was taken from the front end of a train during a trip from the popular Cliff House to Bakers Beach along the shore of the Golden Gate. The train runs along the brink of the cliff and gives a excellent representation of the objects that meet the eye prior to entering the Golden Gate. One of the details of this picture is the stirring ride along the very edge of the cliff, the track being laid in territories within a foot of the brink, and far below can be seen the large breakers dashing vs the foot of the cliff. (Edison Catalog)
Description: Taken while ascending some 2,000 yards into the clouds, and represents a most diversified view of the town of San Francisco, the Golden Gate, Pacific Ocean, and surrounding country for miles. The large balloon from which this picture was taken is 75 feet in diameter, 250 feet in circumference and about 105 feet high, and it requires some 150,000 feet of gas to raise it from the ground.
Description: A boy and a woman, both dressed in rough clothing, go around and around, half dancing and half wrestling, until they tumble to the ground in a heap. The Apache dance was called not after the Indians of the American Southwest, but the lower class demimondaines of Paris. Acts like this were famous because they permitted their audiences to go slumming, attending happenings that looked and seemed dangerous but in truth were not. Acts like this were part of the reason that public dancing was often seen as disreputable. Polite society restricted their dancing to personal parties where dances like the waltz and polka -- which had been shocking half a century earlier -- were performed. It would take the influence of Vernon and Irene Castle and the rise of night clubs during Prohibition to create public dancing respectable again. In the meantime, there's this. It's not very graceful.
Description: In 2009 the high speed was joining Barcelona with Paris. Currently the line is not finished and the "connection" is reduced to Figueres-Perpignan, which spans the border between France and Spain through the tunnel Pertús. A storyline about the various perceptions of time on the cohabitation between the high and weak speed at a border mission between the process of building a viaduct and folks living with the transformation of the landscape in a rural setting. The high-speed and half-reality, as a future that is constantly coming, the weak speed as a show to disappear.
Description: This documentary portrays the lifestyle Arribes bittersweet, isolated region of northwestern Spain, where from an early age older inhabitants have lived with sacrifice and effort, but where with a easy lifestyle and has achieved primary sense of community and happiness.
Description: A nude couple pose in an art studio on a square rug, while the camera does a circular traveling around them; the girl has her right knee on the floor and her right arm raised in front of her face, holding the man's thighs with her right, while the boy is bent forward, as if looking in the distance.
Description: This Danish movie shows us a young girl doing a dance, which translates to tarantula. According to the brief bio over at the Europa Movie Treasures site, this dance was "influenced" by the delirium caused by the bite of a tarantula.
Description: The fakir with his trick monkey is seated on the pavement in a road in Cairo. He plays a tom-tom, while the monkey dances the couchee-couchee. The movements of the monkey are very comical. (Taken on the winter cruise of the S. S. "Auguste Victoria" of the Hamburg-American Line, leaving Fresh York on 03 Feb 1903.)
Description: A camera moving forward on an overhead crane gives a traveling view of boys working on machinery. Carts carrying parts and pieces of machinery pass by on rails; cranes lift machinery; and boys perform their different duties, including hammering objects. (Library of Congress)
Description: Opens with a girl posing on a pedestal, dressed in a white body leotard with a sash tied at her hips. Marshall continues with different feminine poses, reminiscent of classic Greek statuary, to accentuate her figure. Movie cuts to Treloar posed on the bare scene without a pedestal. He wears brief leopard-skin trunks or short tunic, wrist bands, and Roman-looking laced sandals. His poses accentuate the muscular development of his upper body, particularly that of his arms, and contain movements that create the muscles jump. Treloar finishes with a slight nod to the camera.
Description: Following Leopard Trek and the Schleck Brothers, focusing upon the team's participation in the prestigious 2011 Tour de France and upon their physical and mental preparation for the largest cycling happening in the world.
Description: Racing is life. Anything before or after is just waiting. Follow Tag through all the highs and lows in his adventure from the early years on a bicycle on the Isle of Boy through to 2012, his career defining year; with all the build up to plus reflective interviews looking back at the Tour De France, and the largest happening in globe sport, the London 2012 Olympic Games. Explore what he is really like when the glasses come off, what motivates him, how he relaxes and the meticulous preparation required to become the fastest boy on a bike with special and exclusive access to Mark's training, media days and his rest and relaxation at home, plus interviews with Dave Brailsford, Rod Ellingworth, Bradley Wiggins, Peta Todd and many more. Tag Cavendish: Passionate, Winner, Loyal.
Description: A compilation of the 150 greatest blowjobs scenes taken from Marc Dorcel's extensive catalogue combine for more than 7 h of ecstasy! The most superb and greedy stars who appeared in each large budget Marc Dorcel movie from the last 20 years! Take your ticket and board in this blowjobs anthology journey! ORAL ANTHOLOGY: a exciting piece of pornography.
Description: A girl wearing a light-colored leotard, gathered at the waist, and tights stands vs a black background. Although she is filmed in a long shot, her feet are slash off in the frame. She opens with a flourish of her arms and faces the camera. First stretching up with her arms, Latina then bends in half at the waist, steps into a metal ring or hoop, and territories her head in the ring as well.
Description: The Truth That Wasn't There is an award-winning documentary about three student filmmakers who cross the front-lines in the wake of civil fight in Sri Lanka. In doing so they became the first independent journalists to visit the final battlegrounds. This is the storyline of what they found.
Description: From Victor Hugo`s classic French novel of the nineteenth century to Tom Hooper`s award winning blockbuster, Les Misérables has undergone one of the most successful transitions from ebook to scene to screen. In this fresh documentary, the scintillating adventure of Hugo`s universal storyline is traced from ebook to scene to screen with contributions from those who have starred in and helped to make the entertainment phenomenon which has captured a zone in everyone`s hearts. Helmed by entertainment and celebrity journalist Neil Sean, this insightful documentary traces the happenings of the Paris insurrection in 1832 and details excerpts from the restored 1978 Les Misérables lm starring Anthony Perkins alongside interviews with Frances Ruffelle, Hugh Jackman, Nickname Jonas, Tom Hooper, Alfie Boe, Amanda Seyfried, Sir Cameron Mackintosh and Anne Hathaway.
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