A documentary on the 1924 Olympic Game in Paris.
Chapter 5 of the series 18 decades of life in Mexico in the twentieth century. Images of the cultural, social and political life in Mexico between 1920 and 1924.
There is little doubt that for many the Grand Prix of the pre-war years are a 'Golden Age'. In may ways this is true. 1924 saw the adoption of supercharging and the appearance of the legendary Type 35 Bugatti. It was the beginning of one of the most fascinating eras in the history of the sport. In 1934 Germany was re-admitted to the international fold and with generous state aid (Hitler was quick to realize the propaganda aspect of winning major Grand Prix) Mercedez-Benz and Auto Union proceeded to dominate the sport with technically brilliant cars, driven to their limits - and at times beyond - by drivers of exceptional skill and courage.
A documentary covering the Olympic Games at Chamonix in 1924.
Felix the Cat is a rarity--a cartoon character so classic, so beloved, that he's stayed in the public eye for more than seventy-five years. Now Image Entertainment brings you the DVD that's the cat's meow--a collection of sixteen vintage Felix cartoons from 1919-1924, restored to their original projection speed with Dave Wickerham's rich new organ scores. The DVD contains the following cartoons: Paramount Magazine (including Felix's debut in "Feline Follies," as well as Earl Hurd's Bobby Bumps in "Their Master's Voice" and Frank Moser's Bud and Susie in "Down the Mississippi"), "Felix Saves the Day," "Felix in the Swim," "Felix Turns the Tide," "Felix Lends a Hand," "Felix Minds the Kid," "Felix in the Stone Age," "Felix the Ghost Breaker," "Felix Wins Out," "Felix Revolts," "Felix Gets Broadcasted," "Felix in Hollywood," "Felix in Fairyland," "Felix Out of Luck," "Felix Goes A-Hunting," "Felix Finds 'Em Fickle."
Maria Iliou documents the ethnic cleansing and violent expulsion of Greeks from the Ottoman Empire. In the first compulsory "exchange of populations" in the modern world, 1.2 million Greek Orthodox and 400,000 Muslims were forcibly relocated from Turkey to Greece and Greece to Turkey respectively.