The Film That Was Lost: A look at the problems of film preservation efforts in the 1930s and 1940s. Focuses on MOMA's efforts which commenced on August 8, 1935. It illustrates the problems with celluloid stock. It emphasizes early newsreel clips of world leaders. We are shown early footage of King George V, The Kaiser, Queen Victoria, Theodore Roosevelt and others.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||October 31, 1942|
|Actors:||Emmett Vogan John Nesbitt Joseph Stalin Kaiser Wilhelm II King George V Leon Trotsky Queen Victoria Theodore Roosevelt Thomas A Edison Tsar Nicholas II Tsarina Alexandra VI Lenin Woodrow Wilson|
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SuKi78 : A great parabole for our times living and a beautiful as much as deeply sarcasti ...
thunderbolito : Vidtodo has a subs,is nice to see this in its original tongue, good film.
Ravenousbird : I tried this film again, and still feel it lacks the gritty Australian vibe I've ...
catsinQ : Thank goodness the babies didn't make an appearance - I was worried about exposi ...