Category Archives: 1940s
This film is also available in color!
The cop played the dad in “Shy Guy” Tells the story of a boy who is caught breaking into a warehouse. Considers the moral decisions of the watchman, the boy’s mother, the property owner, the police sergeant, a social worker and the boy, himself. b/w MS dark warehouse w/ [...]
This short Depression-era documentary describes the importance of the Mississippi River to the United States. It laments the environmental destruction committed in the name of progress, particularly farming and timber practices which cause massive erosion and result in vast amounts of top soil being washed down the river into the Gulf of Mexico. The film [...]
Stresses the importance of secrecy on the part of military personnel and workers engaged in defense activities, and shows the results of careless talk. Ship explosion, sabotage, and disastrous events result from thoughtless revelation of information to enemy.
excellent spies in action; explosion; ship on fire being sprayed by fire ships; the work of a [...]