An editorial about the scariest moment in Disney history. The Night on Bald Mountain sequence from the 1940 concert feature, Fantasia.
1940s Jiving is still alive and people still love to dance like that
To convey safe driving practices, Live and Let Live, a 1940s movie, illustrates many common sources of accidents in a scaled-down model town. As shown, passing improperly, speeding, drunk driving, and tailgating can cause road traffic accidents. Drunk driving accidents are the worst and the film describes how defensive driving techniques can help to keep everyone safe. While not all scenarios result in bad car accidents, there are still many close calls that are meant to encourage responsible driving and good driving habits. Live and Let Live provides excellent tips for safe driving while not resorting to gory car accident video clips.
Human Reproduction seeks to answer that eternal question from a youngster: where do babies come from? As the film demonstrates, this was possibly more difficult to answer during the rigid social structure of the 1940s. When a father tells his son that babies come “By the Grace of heaven,” his son is not satisfied. At this point, the narrator launches into a description of the entire reproductive process, in stark medical detail, complete with pictures of sperm, eggs, and drawings of babies in various stages of development in the womb. Ahead of its time in 1947, this film contains accurate information, clearly stated. An enriching snapshot of the notions of sexual education in the 40s, Human Reproduction is a valuable piece of vintage video.
HoneyShed segment featuring Puma's 1940s Track Jacket.
1940's Hairstyles and how to achieve them. A new book about how to style 40's hair...Out Now
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Beautiful digital gloss photo stock 1940s posters.
Pinocchio (1940) Trailer och Theme (Engelska) DVD Trippen (HD) Tecknade Filmen
Pinocchio (1940-1997) Theme Songs (Swedish) Full Movie (HD) DVD Video
Life was simple: Mom, Dad, and the kids.
sorry for the bad view of the video
A delightful forties family film, The Old Swimmin’ Hole sparkles with the cute smiles of adorable kids and the warm hearts of their parents. A widow, played superbly by the talented silent film star Leatrice Joy, is concerned that she won’t be able to send her brilliant son to medical school. A doctor, played by Charles D. Brown, can’t find love. Fortunately, this film isn’t about the adults! These two isolated adults are single parents for two outrageous and fantastic kids: Chris and Betty, who are adorably boyfriend and girlfriend. Chris and Betty plot to get their parents together and make everybody happy. Overflowing with classic American family values and touching moments of genuine emotion, The Old Swimmin’ Hole is a cool dip into nineteen forties culture, morals, and feelings.
my dad has had this thing for over 10 years and this is the first time he drove it. has the 350 tpi camaro engine