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Si youtube hubiera estado en 1928, así hubieran sido las caricaturas que subiría para honrar a nuestros heroes... Un momento... ¡lo acabo de hacer!
30 Dec 2008
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A rare video of the young Jiddu Krishnamurti in New York (1928) and Ojai (1930), reading what he had said at the Ommen Camp on August 3, 1929 (dissolution of the Order of the Star). If you are interested in e-books by and about Jiddu Krishnamurti, including the biographies by Mary Lutyens and Pupul Jayakar, follow this link: *******www.4shared****/dir/16597423/433075aa/sharing.html
8 Sep 2009
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This video depicts a car driving around NYC (and some other stuff) back in the year 1928. :) The clip comes from the movie 'Speedy'. I don't own the video.
21 Dec 2009
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Overture 1928 / Strange Deja Vu from the "Metropolis 2000: Scenes from New York" DVD
2 Sep 2010
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Mickey Mouse goes on a wild ride in the classic 1928 cartoon, 'Plane Crazy.' If you enjoy classics like this, you'll love all the great content we've shared at Walt Disney Animation Studios , become a fan today!
20 Sep 2010
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Freaky. A 1928 film clip from a Charlie Chaplin movie premier that appears to show a woman talking on a cell phone is sparking debate and controversy. The short film, some 80 years old, is footage that was shot for Charlie Chaplin's film "The Circus." The film shows people attending the 1928 premiere of the movie at the Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. In the footage, a woman dressed in black with a hat hiding most of her face is seen with what can only be described as a mobile phone device, talking as she walks alone. The footage was studied and posted on YouTube by a man in Belfast named George Clarke. Since then, the video has gone viral with thousands of people making comments and giving their opinion about what the woman is holding and what she is doing as she walks and talks. Clarke believes the woman could be a time-traveler who is using technology 81 years in the future. Others say she is using a 1920's era hearing aide. There are hundreds of other opinions some agreeing with Clarke, others calling the film a fake.
28 Oct 2010
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For English subtitles, visit *******www.overstream****/view.php?oid=eftkahrja5mf Scene with Emil Jannings. Evelyn Brent Emil Jannings Gen. Dolgorucki / Grand Duke Sergius Alexander's great scene in the movie that made him win the First Oscar as Best Actor in a Leading Role, in 1929. Directed by Josef von Sternberg Writing credits (in alphabetical order) Lajos Biró story John F. Goodrich writer Herman J. Mankiewicz titles Josef von Sternberg story CAST: Cast (in credits order) Emil Jannings... Gen. Dolgorucki / Grand Duke Sergius Alexander Evelyn Brent... Natalie Dabrova William Powell... Lev Andreyev Jack Raymond... Assistant director Nicholas Soussanin... The adjutant Michael Visaroff... Serge (the valet) Fritz Feld... A revolutionist rest of cast listed alphabetically: Shep Houghton... Russian youth (uncredited) Alexander Ikonnikov... Drillmaster (uncredited) Nicholas Kobliansky... Drillmaster (uncredited) Viatseslav Savitsky... A private (uncredited) Harry Semels... A soldier (uncredited) CREDITS: Produced by Jesse L. Lasky.... producer B.P. Schulberg.... associate producer Adolph Zukor.... producer Original Music by Rafal Rozmus (2004) Cinematography by Bert Glennon Film Editing by William Shea Art Direction by Hans Dreier Other crew J.G. Bachmann.... supervisor Production Companies * Paramount Pictures Distributors * Paramount Home Video (1998) (USA) (VHS) * Paramount Pictures (1928) (USA) (theatrical)
27 Nov 2010
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(ORIGINAL) Este es el video de la premier de "Chaplin's el Circo" en 1928 donde aparentemente una mujer u hombre es capturado en video hablando por telefono celular? Los telefonos moviles aun no habian sido inventados para entonces, hasta donde en 1976 los telefonos de tierra fueron inventados por Alexander Graham Bell. Time traveling? Cell phone or hearing aid horn? This is the raw footage of "Chaplin's The Circus" Premiere in 1928. **Reportare a todos los que copian y publican esta edicion de video sin permiso. Muchos ni son creativos y estan copiando hasta los ultimos puntos y comas de la descripcion. Por favor sean amables y creen sus propias ediciones. Gracias!**
23 Apr 2011
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Dream theater's Overture 1928. From the concept album Scenes From A Memory Copyright © I do not own any of this Material. This music belongs to Dream Theater. Sorry guys, WMG decided to crack down on all of my videos with the audo content copyright. The songs will be back up, but I don't know for how long. Enjoy it while you still can. **UPDATE** woo 87,142 views! even thought the shit isnt mine.. hehe..
11 Mar 2012
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Más información en *******www.televisionalternativa.es/000/?videoscategory=public-domain El circo (The circus) es una película estadounidense cómica de 1928, dirigida, producida y protagonizada por Charles Chaplin. Gracias a ella, Chaplin ganó un Óscar en 1928.1 Es protagonizada por Al Ernest Garcia, Merna Kennedy, Harry Crocker, George Davis y Henry Bergman. La película muestra al personaje Charlot de Charles Chaplin siendo perseguido por un oficial de policía, tras haber sido confundido con un carterista. Al correr hacia la carpa principal de un circo en un intento de escapar la ley, los dueños allí confunden su huida como parte de un acto. Como reconocen los beneficios potenciales, Charlot es contratado en el circo, aunque pronto es evidente que no puede ser divertido a propósito, sino solamente de manera espontánea. En cada función, a causa de su torpeza, desencadena la hilaridad del público y se convierte en la estrella del espectáculo. Charlot se enamora de la bella Merna, hija del director del circo, pero ella prefiere a Rex, el funámbulo. Charlot sabrá aceptar esta decisión y provocar su unión antes de abandonar el circo. he Circus is a 1928 silent film written and directed by Charlie Chaplin with Joseph Plunkett as an uncredited writer. The film stars Chaplin, Al Ernest Garcia, Merna Kennedy, Harry Crocker, George Davis and Henry Bergman. The ringmaster of an impoverished circus hires Chaplin's Little Tramp as a clown, but discovers that he can only be funny unintentionally, not on purpose. At a circus midway, the penniless and hungry Tramp (Chaplin) is mistaken for a pickpocket and chased by both the police and the real crook (the latter having stashed a stolen wallet and watch in the Tramp's pocket to avoid detection). Running away, the Tramp stumbles into the middle of a performance and unknowingly becomes the hit of the show. The ringmaster/proprietor of the struggling circus gives him a tryout the next day, but the Tramp fails miserably. However, when the property men quit because they have not been paid, he gets hired on the spot to take their place. Once again, he inadvertently creates comic mayhem during a show. The ringmaster craftily hires him as a poorly paid property man. PUBLIC DOMAIN MOVIE
9 Nov 2012
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Is this a proof that man can "time travel" himself Or it is an other proof that they hide to us too many things??? The decision is yours...... ΗISTORY: Radiophones have a long and varied history going back to Reginald Fessenden's invention and shore-to-ship demonstration of radio telephony, through the Second World War with military use of radio telephony links and civil services in the 1950s, while hand-held mobile radio devices have been available since 1973. Mobile phone history is often divided into generations (first, second, third and so on) to mark significant step changes in capabilities as the technology improved over the years. This Video is From 1928!!!! Unbelievable....
3 Jan 2013
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Time Traveler in 1938 film caught talking on a cell phone in 1938 comming out of a Dupont Factory in Massachusetts. Link to Chaplin movie the Circus 1928: ********www.youtube****/watch?v=RTfgyc69KB8 Music Track: Monks at Work *******www.dl-sounds****/ Thanks to Pascal
23 Apr 2013
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Un personaje extra de una película de Charles Chaplin se ha convertido repentinamente en la protagonista de acalorados debates en Internet. El director irlandés George Clarke descubrió una imagen insólita en una escena de la película llamada 'The Circus', filmada en 1928, donde se ve a una mujer hablando por lo que parece ser un teléfono móvil. Aparece caminando por la calle con una mano en la oreja y moviendo los labios como si estuviera hablando con alguien 'de manera inalámbrica'. No hay nadie cerca de ella, y sus gestos son exactamente iguales a los de las personas que hablan hoy en día con sus celulares. Leer mas: *******actualidad.rt****/TiempoLibre/Curiosidades /issue_15912.html Sígannos en *******twitter****/ActualidadRT *******www.facebook****/ActualidadRT RT en vivo: *******actualidad.rt****/mas/envivo/
1 Sep 2013
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here is another Vid by funtwo. this vid has been made between his Canon practice and was originally posted on site named Mule***.kr which is Korean music community.
10 Jan 2009
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Me playing some Dream Theater.
30 Aug 2009
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1920's
6 Sep 2009
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