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The Bashful Bachelor, starring Lum & Abner, 1942

The Bashful Bachelor, starring Lum & Abner, 1942

The Bashful Bachelor, 1942

A film by Malcolm St. Clair

Based on their radio program, Lum and Abner’s hapless antics at a general store get them into trouble. A race horse, a lovely lady, a widow and a threatening Sherif all cross their paths in this innocent comedy.

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The Curious Adventures of Mr. Wonderbird, an animated short by Paul and Pierre Grimault, 1952

The Curious Adventures of Mr. Wonderbird, an animated short by Paul and Pierre Grimault, 1952

The Curious Adventures of Mr. Wonderbird, 1952

An animated short by Paul and Pierre Grimault

“A chimney sweep and his beloved shepherdess are aided by Wonderbird in their escape from a ruthless dictator” (IMDB)

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Unknown World, a film by Terry O. Morse, 1951

Unknown World, a film by Terry O. Morse, 1951

Unknown World, 1951

A film by Terry O. Morse

Explorers drill down deep into the earth’s crust, in an attempt to find a safe haven in the event of nuclear catastrophe (it was the 50s, after all.) Unfortunately the earth’s crust is anything but safe and peaceful. Will or bold explorers survive?

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Children of Hiroshima, a film by Kaneto Shindo, 1952

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Children of Hiroshima, 1952

A film by Kaneto Shindo

Four years after the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, a woman named Takako visits her old city, looks up old friends, and faces that terrible aftermath of that tragic day. A powerful anti war statement by director Kaneto Shindo, now a classic of Japanese Cinema. (Browse our Movie Archive)

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