A 1931 short film called "Round About Hollywood". A travelogue processed in cinecolor.

This clip is an extract from the amateur film "European Trip". Some young Americans visit Europe, probably in 1936, and pass Algiers on their way to Italy. Their impressions of Algiers are described in the title cards: - Algiers, city of contrasts! The modern French section. - We saw some strange sights in the old Arabic quarters. Extract by Eva Vikström, August 2007. Source: http://www.archive.org/details/EuropeanTrip

Amusing 1937 musical short film produced by the weirdly-named "Educational Films Corporation of America". Please forgive the inane logo the DVD publisher put in the corner during the opening & closing credits.

A musical short from 1937 titled "Hockshop Blues". This is a Pictoreel. Please forgive that annoying thing the DVD publisher put in the corner...

These clips deal with the New Deal. They include six of Franklin D. Roosevelt's Fireside Chats on the economic policy for fighting the Great Depression. All clips are somewhat edited partial Universal Newsreels. In these recordings Roosevelt reads shortened versions of the speeches.

Classic Fleischer Studios Technicolor Popeye cartoon from 1937. This is the better copy John_boy asked for back in 2005. This copy has the original Paramount mountain logo opening and closing the cartoon. Probably taken from the Paramount fully-restored re-release of the cartoon. Public domain.

Felix sets out to find a friend for his lonely goldfish. Along the way, he comes across the god of the sea. You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.

Although considered a Felix cartoon, this short seems to focus more on the boisterous king and what happens when ghosts try to get him to stop his bragging. You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.

Popeye and Bluto are again competing against one another. Only this time, it's not for Olive Oyl's love, but for the privilege of being able to wash her windows. You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.

The classic Arabian adventure, adapted for Popeye and Olive Oyl. Cartoon originally produced in 1937 by Fleischer Studios, now in the public domain. More information is available from the Wikipedia article here.


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