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This unique history includes anecdotes from many famous writers, musicians and performers who got their start in the Village. DVD 6989 A social history of homosexuality in America from the 1920s to 1969, showing how this group has moved from a secret shame to the status of a publicly viable minority group.Interweaves past and present, with 16mm footage, archival photographs, Hollywood movies, cartoons, informative interviews and scenes of contemporary village life. Tells how a group consciousness coalesced after the 1969 police raid on Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in New York City, and the three-day riot that followed gained them national publicity and the birth of the gay movement."The Road to the Sixties" shows American involvement with fast cars, fast food, the space race, the rise of Fidel Castro in Cuba and a rising restlessness as the country hurtles toward the next decade. DVD 9408 [preservation copy]; vhs Video/C 5383 A satirical look at American sexual habits through vintage 1950s film clips and revealing interviews with such artistic heroes as Abbie Hoffman, musicians David Byrne and Laurie Anderson, comedienne Sandra Bernhard, actors Josh Mostel and Spalding Gray and a dozen more.
First segment in a six part series on the United States in the Fifties. S., new affluence mingled with the fear of the new menace of communism.
Film discusses the conditions encountered by WWII veterans, the building of the first housing tract, the development of the nuclear arms race and the hydrogen bomb, anti-Communist hysteria and Mc Carthyism, events leading to the Korean War and the development of popular literature in the 50's focusing on Mickey Spillane. DVD 9403 [preservation copy]; vhs Video/C 5378 Volume 2: Selling the American Way.
Starring: Glenn Ford, Anne Francis, Louis Calhern, Margaret Hayes, Sidney Poitier, Vic Morrow. Cast: Russ Tamblyn, Jan Sterling, Diane Jergens, John Drew Barrymore, Mamie Van Doren, Jackie Coogan, Jerry Lee Lewis, Lyle Talbot. "Starring Marlon Brando, the patron saint of much of the youth movement of the period.
The scene unfolds in Santo Bello High School where a tough-talking, smart aleck is leader of the hot rod set and much admired by his well-meaning but naive girlfriend. His mumbling and brow-furrowing became beat trademarks." Johnny is the leader of a vicious biker gang which invades a small, sleepy California town.
Most of the documents have been recently declassified by the U. government and deal with nuclear accidents, nuclear waste, atomic testing and government-sponsored radiation experiments on humans. In the first program Ricky and David take up motorcycle riding to the consternation of their parents, but both parents eventually take a spin themselves. Film about life in an inner city high school in the 50's that was the first to utilize a rock 'n' roll soundtrack.
Also includes apocalyptic science fiction by Vonda Mc Intyre, Mary Rosenblum, John Stith, Joe Haldeman, David Brin and scenes from J. Compu/D 304 What would happen if the Communists infiltrated a typically small town in the U. An average American finds out when his wife, children, and friends reject him for the Soviet system. In the second program Ozzie's neighbor Thorny invites him for a night out on the town, but Ozzie refuses, feeling he should be home with his family, but when his family pushes him out the door for his "night out," he feels rejected. A dedicated young teacher soon loses his idealism when he has to deal with the tensions that threaten to destroy his classroom.Relies on film clips of the 1940's and 1950's, including musical hits and training films.See also: Jayne Loader's CD-ROM, Public Shelter 92 min.(1947) -- Technicolor for Industrial Films (1949) -- Meet King Joe (1949) -- Dating: Do's and Dont's (1949) -- The Last Date (1950) -- A Date with Your Family (1950) -- Treasures for the Making (1951) -- What to Do on a Date (1951) -- A Young Man's Fancy (1952) -- Ike for President (1952) -- Mother Takes a Holiday (1952)-- Sniffles and Sneezes (1955) -- Two-Ford Freedom (1956) -- Design for Dreaming (1956) -- The Relaxed Wife (1957) -- American Look (1958) -- A Wonderful New World of Fords (1960).DVD 7125 [preservation copy]; Laserdisc Video/D 21 Our Secret Century Volume 1: The Fear and the Dream.Special features: Director interview; theatrical trailer; scene access; interactive menus. Includes an introduction by Paul Newman, who places the excerpts in historical perspective. DVD 4684; vhs Video/C 1918 This CD-ROM inspired by Jayne Loader's The Atomic Cafe, contains 30 min.