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     Just the Facts: Inventors: Thomas Edison
Publisher: World Wide Distribution
Format: Color, DVD, NTSC

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     History -- Man, Moment, Machine Thomas Edison and the Electric
Publisher: A&E Television Networks
Format: NTSC



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     History of Motion Pictures: Early Films by Thomas Alva Edison - Bundle Pack (11 DVDs)
Publisher: A2ZCDS.com
Format: NTSC

History of Motion Pictures: Early Films by Thomas Alva Edison (11 DVDs) "... Thomas Edison was more responsible than any one else for creating the modern world .... No one did more too shape the physical character of our present day civilization.... Accordingly, he was the most influential figure of the millennium...." The Heroes Of The Age - Electricity And Man Bundle Pack includes:

History of Motion Pictures - Early Films by Thomas Alva Edison 1891-98 (2-DVD Set)

Over 130+ stunning news snippets, war footage and vintage silent comedies produced over a century ago make this thrilling 2-DVD set a treasure-trove of vintage films that every history buff must have in his or her collection.

History of Motion Pictures - Early Films by Thomas Alva Edison 1899

This innovative DVD features some of the earliest motion pictures made by legendary inventor T.A. Edison. Included are 39 short films of various lengths and themes, each reflecting the stage at which cinematographic technology was back in the 19th Century.

History of Motion Pictures - Early Films by Thomas Alva Edison 1900 (2-DVD Set) In these DVDs, you will witness 70 of the best short films produced by Thomas Alva Edison in 1900, which eventually paved the way for today's multi-million dollar film industry. History of Motion Pictures - Early Films by Thomas Alva Edison 1901-02 (2-DVD Set)

Witness the birth of motion pictures in this fabulous collection of 60 films produced by the Thomas Edison Company in 1901 and 1902.

History of Motion Pictures - Early Films by Thomas Alva Edison 1903-04 (2-DVD Set)

Examine 50 of the best short films produced by Thomas Alva Edison in 1903 and 1904 in these rare DVDs.

History of Motion Pictures - Early Films by Thomas Alva Edison 1905-17

This innovative DVD features 19 of the earliest motion pictures made by legendary inventor T. A. Edison. Included in this DVD are short films of various lengths and themes, each reflecting the stage at which cinematographic technology was back in the early 20th Century.

History of Motion Pictures - Early Films by Thomas Alva Edison 1918-26

Ever wondered about the secret behind Thomas Edison's success as an inventor or how President Calvin Coolidge spent his vacation?

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     Thomas Edison
Publisher: Third Wave Films
Format: NTSC

The Edison Manufacturing Company produced some of America's earliest motion pictures, documenting a nation entering the 20th Century. Maritime activities played a large role in the U.S. culture back then, and this is reflected in Edison's footage. We see boats utilized for recreation, politics, commerce, and entertainment. This 45 minute collection of 20 maritime related subjects, is from the U.S. Library of Congress's Paper Print Collection. It is interesting to note that Edison originally submitted these films to the U.S. Government for copyright protection. Since copyright laws didn't exsist for motion pictures, Edison submitted individual photographic prints of each frame of film to be copyrighted. These "paper prints" were re-photographed, and now comprise a great glimpse into the lifestyle of another generation. A highlight of the collection is the American Powerboat Association's Gold Cup Regatta on the Hudson River in June of 1904. Each boat traveled 16 miles up and back, with William K. Vanderbilt's "Standard" winning the race, and setting a speed record of 24 MPH. SUbjects: Coptic" departing SanFrancisco, 1897 Dewey Day Naval Parade, N.Y. Harbor Launch of "Chitose", San Francisco Gold Cup Regatta, Hudson River Torpedo Boat, Newport Rhode Island Panama Canal 1919 "European Rest Cure", "Down the Old Potomac", Pilot boats in New York Harbor, Steamship "Whitney", Peace Conference, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Navy Frigate "Constellation", Steamships "Queen" "Willimete", crusier, "Brooklyn", battleship "Indiana", "Australia" departs San Francisco, battleship "Texas", Firing and exploding a Whitehead torpedo, and the fireboat "New Yorker".

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     The Boyhood of Thomas Edison (Home Use)
Publisher: Phoenix Learning Group, Inc.
Format: NTSC



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     The Boyhood of Thomas Edison
Publisher: Phoenix Learning Group, Inc.
Format: NTSC



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     Comprehensive History of Motion Pictures - Bundle Pack (21 DVDs)
Publisher: A2ZCDS.com
Format: NTSC

Comprehensive History of Motion Pictures - Bundle Pack (22 DVDs)

Bundle Pack includes:

History of Motion Pictures - Early Films by Thomas Alva Edison 1891-98 (2-DVD Set)

Over 130+ stunning news snippets, war footage and vintage silent comedies produced over a century ago make this thrilling 2-DVD set a treasure-trove of vintage films that every history buff must have in his or her collection.

History of Motion Pictures - Early Films by Thomas Alva Edison 1899

This innovative DVD features some of the earliest motion pictures made by legendary inventor T.A. Edison. Included are 39 short films of various lengths and themes, each reflecting the stage at which cinematographic technology was back in the 19th Century.

History of Motion Pictures - Early Films by Thomas Alva Edison 1900 (2-DVD Set) In these DVDs, you will witness 70 of the best short films produced by Thomas Alva Edison in 1900, which eventually paved the way for today's multi-million dollar film industry. History of Motion Pictures - Early Films by Thomas Alva Edison 1901-02 (2-DVD Set)

Witness the birth of motion pictures in this fabulous collection of 60 films produced by the Thomas Edison Company in 1901 and 1902.

History of Motion Pictures - Early Films by Thomas Alva Edison 1903-04 (2-DVD Set)

Examine 50 of the best short films produced by Thomas Alva Edison in 1903 and 1904 in these rare DVDs.

History of Motion Pictures - Early Films by Thomas Alva Edison 1905-17

This innovative DVD features 19 of the earliest motion pictures made by legendary inventor T. A. Edison. Included in this DVD are short films of various lengths and themes, each reflecting the stage at which cinematographic technology was back in the early 20th Century.

History of Motion Pictures - Early Films by Thomas Alva Edison 1918-26

Ever wondered about the secret behind Thomas Edison's success as an inventor or how President Calvin Coolidge spent his vacation?

History of Motion Pictures - Jam Handy - A Genius at Work Selling America - the legendary documentary and advertisement filmmaker Jam Handy in intense t�te-�-t�te. Jamison `Jam' Handy (1886-1883) was one of the greatest gurus of cinematic advertising. When he worked as a staffer for the Chicago Tribune, he got his first taste of the seductive power of product promotion and developed the marketing concept that was basically "...the simple, secret device of informing and enthusing the sales people on the values advertised." History of Motion Pictures - Early Variety Motion Pictures 1903-1920

47 short vintage films entertain and educate you about the early years of cinema.

History of Motion Pictures - Film Research and Learning (2-DVD Set)

Examine some of the earliest educational films made in the United States. Witness how producers made films, which helped schools in selecting the most appropriate titles for students. Learn how sound was added to motion pictures in the `30s.

History of Motion Pictures - Production Technologies - Volume-I (2-DVD Set)

Examine the contents of this enlightening 2-DVD set, which explains with the help of fabulous illustrations and examples how the movie projector works. Learn how manufacturers used films to train movie projector operators before television became the chief source of information and entertainment.

History of Motion Pictures - Production Technologies - Volume-II (2-DVD Set)

Step into the magic world of motion pictures. Learn from great masters the intricate and fascinating art of motion photography. Witness how even the best names in the industry goof up at times.

History of Motion Pictures - The Fascinating World of Filmmakers (2-DVD Set) This captivating 2-DVD set contains ten historic films, all of which are handpicked to show how early film producers used the celluloid medium to educate people. These films answer many "hows" and "whys". You can learn how films are made, how sound is recorded on films and how Chevrolet made great use of films to advertise their products. It rounds off with a fabulous peek into the revered Prelinger Archives. History of Perception - Light and Sound Witness how early engineers added sound tracks to motion pictures. Learn how our eyes and ears look on the inside and see how they work to bring a world of information to you every waking moment of your lives!

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     Landmarks of Early Film, Vol. 1
Publisher: Image Entertainment
Format: AC-3, Black & White, DVD, NTSC

Offers a collection of more than 40 films made in the early days of the medium. All films are mastered at correct speeds from excellent source material with new musical scores. Studio: Image Entertainment Release Date: 12/01/1998 Run time: 117 minutes Rating: Nr

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     Thomas Edison
Publisher: Schlessinger Media
Format: Closed-captioned, Color, DVD, NTSC



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     Classic American Architecture & Landmarks Films DVD: 1920s - 1930s Colonial Buildings, Home, & Housing And Famous US Landmarks Including Mount Vernon, Monticello & The Homes of Thomas Jefferson, Henry Clay, John Paul Jones, Edgar Allen Poe, & George Mason History Pictures Films
Publisher: Quality Information Publishers Inc.
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This is a compilation of rare film footage of historical American homes and architectural designs. There is an abundance of vintage colonial structures and famous American estates on this DVD, including the homes of many prominent politicians, writers and leaders. These films are silent. Table Of Contents: (1) Home (1926) - This film is jam-packed with footage of vintage housing and architecture from 1700s-1900s. A variety of old architecture is shown from Maryland, Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisiana, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia and other states. Farmhouses, colonial cottages, log cabins, "wedding cake" architecture, adobe constructions and many other forms of housing are shown. Featured amongst the famous American houses are: Ashland (the estate of Henry Clay), Longfellow's home, Edgar Allen Poe's home, the birthplace of Thomas Edison, John Paul Jones' home, George Mason's home, Jefferson's Monticello and George Washington's Mount Vernon estate - 5 Minutes (2) Historic Scenes Along The Mount Vernon Highway (1933) - Take a tour through the same areas George Washington lived amongst and frequented in his lifetime. This is some of the oldest footage of the Washington D.C. area and includes a tour of all the unique historical locations along the Mount Vernon Memorial Highway. Places of interest include: Mount Vernon estates, Alexandria Academy, Carlyle House, Arlington House, Constitution Avenue, the Arlington Memorial Bridge, Union Station and much more! - 9 Minutes

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     Henry Ford's Mirror of America DVD (1962) A Compilation of American History Films
Publisher: Quality Information Publishers, Inc.
Format: NTSC

Henry Ford's Mirror of America is one of the most awesome collections of early film ever assembled. Ford had a high dollar film studio in place to gather footage for newsreels and documentaries about his business and about America at large. Compiled here are the most precious pieces of that great archive; this is film that was recorded in the early silent era. With some sound and narration added, it is an effective "slice of life" montage that documents the American lifestyle and how the automobile was quickly changing it. But far more than the history of the automobile and automobile manufacturing is shown. Of special interest are scenes of Coney Island, 1915 Model T, assembly line manufacturing, World War 1, and Ford himself in meetings with various luminaries like Thomas Edison, Harvey Firestone, and others. Henry Ford had a tremendous impact on America, and this film is a testament to his influence and historical standing, since the content ranges through all aspects of early 20th century America. Henry Ford's Mirror of America is an essential record of American cultural history.

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