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This is third (and also the last) part of collection of short film created by The Edison Manufacturing Co. and Thomas A. Edison, Inc. from the years 1903-1922. Some of this movies are already on Internet Archive, but I thought it would be great have them all in one place.

This is second part of collection of short film created by The Edison Manufacturing Co. and Thomas A. Edison, Inc. from the years 1899-1902. Some of this movies are already on Internet Archive, but I thought it would be great have them all in one place.

It is a first part of collection of short film created by The Edison Manufacturing Co. and Thomas A. Edison, Inc. from the years 1891-1898. Some of this movies are already on Internet Archive, but I thought it would be great have them all in one place.

George Pal's Puppetoon short paying tribute to the resistance of the people of Nazis occupied Holland.

Tomorrow's Children' (1934) which was also called 'The Unborn' in the UK. This video is in the public domain. Please note the date of this movie. It is BEFORE the eugenics movement of Germany under Adolph Hitler, 1936 onward. That is because the eugenics movement started in America, and remains blight upon our history, and upon our present as well. Eugenics had its srongest hold in California, where forced sterilization was practiced with disturbing frequency. It was the eugenics practices of the US that inspired and encouraged Hitler to do the same.

Considered one of the most important films in the history of silent pictures, as well as possibly Eisenstein's greatest work, Battleship Potemkin brought Eisenstein's theories of cinema art to the world in a powerful showcase; his emphasis on montage, his stress of intellectual contact, and his treatment of the mass instead of the individual as the protagonist. The film tells the story of the mutiny on the Russian ship Prince Potemkin during the 1905 uprising.

The film is set during World War I. A "French Cambodian" contingent had heard strange stories about zombification--supposedly Angkor Wat was built by utilizing zombies--and there are tales of zombie armies easily overcoming foes. Armand Louque (Dean Jagger) brings back a priest who supposedly knows the secret of zombification, but he won't talk. So Louque and an international military contingent head to Angkor Wat on an archaeological expedition designed to discover the secret of zombification and destroy the information before zombies have a chance to "wipe out the white race".

Very early R M Savini produced Shirley Temple short.

Third in a series of Italian science fiction films clearly inspired by Star Wars. This entry features a couple of comical robots. Three other films in the series are #1 War of the Planets (aka Cosmos 1977), #2 War of the Robots (1978) and #4 Beast in Space (1980). The series is most famous for its gold skinned blond androids and the use of reflective "light sabers".

An American (Ralph Forbes) joins the French Foreign Legion in order to rescue a boyhood friend.

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