Ray Charles Documentary
Excellent film documentary about Ray Charles featuring a wonderful interview with a 'Raelette'.
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Bessie Coleman--Her Voice
It seems that there is a recording of Bessie Coleman's voice in this short film.
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Spain
Multimedia film of Spain. Scenes of Spain's geography, people, food, and culture. Many film clips and Spanish music but no narration.

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Homework Hero
This video is a great animated short film that was created by a teacher to encourage students to do their homework.  It centers around two characters that are interesting and funny.  Kids will love watching this.
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Pinball Counting to the Number 12 - Sesame Street
This animated video counts up to 12 as it follows a ball bouncing through a pinball machine. This funk song is performed by The Pointer Sisters. Pinball Number Count was originally produced in 1972 by Imagination, Inc. in San Francisco, California for the Children's Television Workshop. It made its debut on Sesame Street in 1976.
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Overview of Du Bois' Life and Time
Short, well-produced film documentary is provided by OAASS&P and Conscious Collective.
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"War of The Century" 16 of 20
This documentary is a comprehensive exploration of World War II and is told through commentary, narration, and vintage film footage. Suitable for high school students.
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"War of The Century" 17 of 20
This documentary is a comprehensive exploration of World War II and is told through commentary, narration, and vintage film footage. Suitable for high school students.
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"War of The Century" 19 of 20
This documentary is a comprehensive exploration of World War II and is told through commentary, narration, and vintage film footage. Suitable for high school students.
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Mad Painter #7
From Episode 1090: One of ten short films that taught preschoolers to recognize the numbers of 2 through 11. Each film featured a painter (played by actor Paul Benedict) who was obsessed with leaving numbers in unusual places.
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"Meet Miss I" - puppet show with many "I" words
In the first 1:40 of this television puppet show, "Miss I" has an "itchy itch" and sings about it.  After that is a 2:30 song in which Miss I becomes an "incredible inventor," with just a cartoon letter I on screen.
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Pictures of Alaska
A film about Alaska. Beautiful pictures are shown of Alaska with a music playing in the background.
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Television Announcement of Nixon winning 1968 Presidential Election
Live television coverage of close race.
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How To Make a Music Video
This video gives step-by-step instructions to creating a dynamic music video to help budding student film directors.
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Edgar Allan Poe A&E Biography, Part 2
Part 2 of A & E's biography of Edgar Allen Poe.  This clip consists of several narrative voices from the Arts and Entertainment television program with a still image of Poe.  Extremely well written and professionally narrated; includes interview clips.  (9:42)
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The Crucible - Conversation with Daniel Day-Lewis and Arthur Miller
The lead actor and playwright discuss the play and film, The Crucible.  (5:20)
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Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, Part 1 of
Animated cartoon, with subtitles.  This is an animated version of the great classic by Shakespeare. Animation brings these stories to younger students. It uses Shakespeare's words and has the words at the bottom of the screen. Educators can pause the film to discuss the different passages. Suitable for older middle school and high school students.  (8:41)
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Pottery
This great short film teaches kids about pottery. Viewers are exposed to spinning clay on a wheel to make bowls and cups. (0:50)
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Welcome to North Korea [pt 1/6]
(Video begins after about 1 minute.)This film, shot mostly covertly, shows the irony of a regime where 20 million people lived in poverty, some on the brink of starvation, while former dictator Kim II Sung built extravagant monuments to reflect his power. He fostered a grotesque personality cult, which his son and successor Kim Jong Il perpetuates. All around the capital, Pyongyang, an endless stream of propaganda glorifies the leaders. Monuments and museums pay homage to them, but they are stra
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Television Announcement of Death of Dwight Eisenhower (1969)
Television report when the former President passed away, including biography.
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