Paramount Pictures marked its 20th year in the business with this feature presentation of film clips, profiles of its then-current stars, and coming attractions.
Stirring World War II documentary, using exciting combat footage to tell of the “almost forgotten” China-Burrma-lndia Front”a story of humiliating defeat, flaming courage, and hard-won victory.”
“The Song of the Pioneer” (USA, 1948), Wilding Picture Production Second piece is a documentary of the North Western Rail (circa 1956).
Long lost Army training film for medics in the Vietnam conflict is one of the most depressing and savage movies ever produced.
Actual period newsreel footage from the iconic ship’s deadly maiden voyage.
Often considered the beginning of classical documentary filmmaking, this film chronicles the everyday lives of an Inuit hunter and his family.
Documentary showing perverse and aberrant behavior from around the globe, including such things as sex slavery, dwarf love, Asian brothels and lesbians.