THE ULTIMATE PATHE
COLLECTION AND MORE ON DVD
VOLUMEs 1 THROUGH 4
HISTORIC CLASSIC NEWSREEL
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Pathe or Warner Pathe Newsreels were produced from 1910 until
mid-1956, when the newsreels in general stopped production. The
newsreels were shown theatrically, silent at first with title cards
mentioning the action on the screen and then with voiceover
narration, which was added in the early 1930s. Generally regarded
as some of the best produced newsreels. Each newsreel usually
contained anywhere from 8 to 15 clips more or less of different
This is a great collection of films that can provide endless
conversation, debate and teaching. This is a great collection for
teachers, schools and home-schoolers especially .
JUST LOOK AT WHAT THIS COLLECTION
HAS TO OFFER!!!
Path? Presents 1928
Al Smith and Joe Robinson, The Democratic Nominees of
1928. SILENT. 8 MINUTES
Pathe News Digest 1936
Honeymoon Bridge Falls.
Harvesting Ice in Maine.
Dog Retriever. Plant Growth.
Testing Navy Plane.
SILENT 13 MINUTES
Pathe News Digest 1937
Russia's air might.
Jet propulsion trick.
1937 'World's Pro Crown' between the Washington Redskins and
the Chicago Bears.
Hindenburg blowing up.
War in Madrid.
King George abdicating the throne.
Amelia Earhart's last flight.
SILENT 12 MINUTES
PATHE NEWS 1948
Niagara Falls in a barrel.
General Marshall on communism.
Remembering the men who died in a German Airlift.
Fashions for the office.
Goodman lumber fire that nearly destroyed a San Francisco
News Magazine of the Screen, April 1950
United Nations advancing into Korea.
The United Nations Socio-and Economical advisory committee
meet in Chile.
Spain and the U.S. resume diplomatic relations.
Secretary of Defense swears in the first 700 Civil Defense
Truman surprises his Vice President.
Britain introduces a new bomber named the Canberra.
JET POWERED HELICOPTERS.
A countess makes art with leaves and grass.
Dick Button, figure skater, wins another championship.
Yanks and the Phillies prepare for the 1950s season.
Phil Rezutto, Joe Dimaggio, Yogi Berra! Casey Stengel.
James Moore, a commander in the Civil war, is buried in
Lexington and Concord, the birthplaces of the American
News Magazine of the Screen, October 1950
United Nations opens its 3rd session. Korean news with
Training an army in Formosa.
Mt. Sinai, where scientists work to preserve scrolls and
scriptures from Monks.
Cows go on moving conveyer belts to be milked.
Soap sculpture contests.
Plane has a detachable cargo holder.
Fanny Blankers-Koen in the Paris Olympics! Art Larsen becomes
the next amateur tennis champ.
Theodore Roosevelt speech sort of.
News Magazine of the Screen, November 1950
U.N. celebrates it's 5th anniversary both in New York
Truman as he flies to an island for a visit with McCarthur.
Europe rebuilding after the War, A Scientist shows us how Mice and
Cats can live together.
A race with Old Time Autos.
Vienna riding troupe.
Waterskiing in New York Harbor.
Story about the Louisiana Purchase
News Magazine of the Screen, December 1950
Trumans attempted assassination
The head of the U.N. is reelected for another 3years!
Swedens King Gustav V dies and is buried.
Al Jolson Funeral.
Britains House of Commons re-open.
Female trap shooters.
SEVEN YEAR OLD HORSE JUMPERS.
ATOM BOMB TESTS.
PATHE NEWS CHRISTMAS 1950
Pathe News Christmas with Their Cameramen and Crews
'Round the World - Warner Pathe News
Newsreel cameramen from around the world wish the audience
Merry Christmas. 5 MINUTES
PATHE NEWS SEASONS GREETING 1950
Pathe News offers season greeting from around the
world. 5 MINUTES
News Magazine of the Screen, January 1951
United Nations troops being pushed back by China and
Chairman of defense production is announced.
Red Chinas Gen. Wu, comes to the U.N.
31 million Protestants unite for a special council.
Mt Etna erupts again in Sicily.
Ice Skate fashions.
Overview of the college bowl games.
News Magazine of the Screen, February 1951
United Nations Condemns Red China (on the Korean War)
General Eisenhower Surveys Atlantic Pact Defenses
The 82nd U.S. Congress Opens
Humorous scientific demonstration on properties of liquid air
Skiers on Mt. Hood, Oregon
Waterskiiers at Cypress Gardens, Florida
Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, delivered by an actor.
News Magazine of the Screen, 1951 (month not
The French President visits America.
Canadian Nuclear Power Plant.
Circus Comes To Town: New York gets the Ringling Bros Circus.
Ben Hogan: The golfer Ben Hogan is profiled.
News Magazine of the Screen, February 1952
THE WORLD IN THE CAMERA
Volunteer political workers walk through entrance marked
After blizzard, people shovel out from ten feet of snow.
Queen Mary ocean liner at sea
Winston Churchill stands in doorway of airplane, takes off
Churchill debarks plane. Greeted by President Harry Truman.
Army troops in the field watch nuclear explosion near ground
HANDICRAFT - Man sculpts animal & human figurines out of
SCIENCE - New camera and its parts in detail (to film guided
missiles in flight)
KNOW YOUR NATION - Historic retrospective on Hawaii.
PERSONAL HEROISM - freighter sinks in storm tossed ocean
waters of North Atlantic.
News Magazine of the Screen, May 1952
President Harry Truman seated in airplane, looks
through binoculars to observe flood damage, towns along
Submarine emerges out of water.
CAM tracks annual tidal wave up Seine River.
French soldiers fight in Vietnam.
American soldiers stand guard on Hokkaido Island, Japan.
Platoon of soldiers on skis, holding on to wire cables, get
snow country by army vehicle.
Battleship Wisconsin fires salvos at targets on shore.
People buy bread in crowded bakery in Rome, Italy.
Spinning 'pickle jar' containing winning numbers at land
GI settles down on new homestead.
Lever Brothers skyscraper office building, Park Avenue.
Coast Guard cutter, USS Courier, tied to pier.
Aerial, tanks on ground during army maneuvers.
Tignes village in French Alps before it was evacuated and
Ballet performance in cave in Falkenberg.
Puppet or marionette show - in Madrid, Spain.
Filmed tour of White House in Washington DC.
News Magazine of the Screen 1952 (month not
Korean War Overview.
Underwater Army Vehicles.
NY church that can switch denominations.
A Track and Field championships event.
Overview of Australia.
News Magazine of the Screen, October 1953
REPORT ON KOREA
President Dwight Eisenhower, and wife, Mamie.
REPORT ON GERMANY
ATTEMPT TO SLAY SULTAN
MID-ATLANTIC SEA RESCUE
MILITARY SCIENCE - ATOMIC CANNON
Malayan natives float down river on house rafts.
AMERICA'S HERITAGE-Theodore Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt speaks
News Magazine of the Screen, December 1953
Indo-China war footage.
A soldier comes back with a little korean boy he's adopted.
One of the Dionne quintuplets joins a covenant.
Plane attempting to land on a snow covered mountain.
Replication of a famous clock.
A marionette troupe.
The US Blimp fleet.
Australian cross country race by automobile.
Eastman house museum.
News Magazine of the Screen, May 1954
First train from Russia to China.
Exodus of East Germans to West Germany.
Mother welcoming her sons back after being held captive seven
years in Hungary.
British cruiseship on fire. Korean warehouse carrying army
equipment on fire.
More Korean clips.
The H bomb.
The Statue Of Liberty.
A history of aviation.
News Magazine of the Screen, Summer Review
Meeting At The Summit
The Viet Nam and the Morocco riot footage.
Austria gets it's Sovereignty.
The wonders of newspapers in the classroom.
Discontinuation of the El line in New York.
Tennis and golf championships.
News Magazine of the Screen, September 1956
Countries meet to decide who owns Suez Canal.
A forest fire in Algiers.
Egyptian long lost city is found.
President of Korea celebrates third term of power.
Construction of the trans-canada highway.
New Zealand army.
A Chinese printer.
Swiss Alps, and the caves, looking at the ice formations
there. Photographing of Sun Storms using 'Rockoons'.
3 jets refueling at the same time in midair.
The Lilliputian theater in San Francisco.
A tribute to Salt Lake City.
News Magazine of the Screen, October 1956
KEEPING UP WITH THE CANDIDATES - USA
EISENHOWER AND NIXON
STEVENSON AND KEFAUVER
NATURE ON A RAMPAGE
MURRAY RIVER FLOOD - AUSTRALIA
TYPHOON EMMA - JAPAN & OKINAWA
50-YEAR-OLD AIRPLANE FLIES AGAIN - DENMARK
NEW CRACKS IN THE COLISEUM - ITALY
BOMBS PROBE THICKNESS OF EARTH'S CRUST - FRENCH ALPS
DAM DOOMS FAMED INDIAN FISHING HOLE - USA
VULCAN GUN OUT SHOOTS 400 RIFLEMEN - USA
A HAPPY FAMILY OF 62 - CANADA
THE FIRST OIL WELL
THE FACE OF AMERICA - THE ROYAL GORGE
LITERATURE - HAMLET'S CASTLE
News Magazine of the Screen, November 1956
Typhoon hits Kyushu, Japan.
Hurricane hits Louisiana on gulf coast.
Workers build Mayflower replica in shipyard.
Army medics jump from transport plane in parachute drill.
Polish workers on trial.
Religious papal ceremony in St. Peter's Basilica.
New military vehicles (tanks, jeeps) undergo tests.
Aerial, Fort Ticonderoga.
Mountain climber grips rope, two men ride raft on
treacherous river. Man stands beside giant glacial boulder
Railroad train, mountains.
Cable car ride, mountain peaks, scenic town of
Chamonix, top of mountain (Mont Blanc, Alps, France)
Undersea exploration of sunken ocean liner - Andrea Doria
News Magazine of the Screen, December 1956
PRESIDENT EISENHOWER RE-ELECTED.
INVASION OF EGYPT.
RUSSIA CRUSHES HUNGARY.
FLOODS & FLOOD CONTROL.
FIRE FIGHTING GYMNASTICS - ITALY
WORKING WITH ATOMS FOR PEACE - USA
RACE SUPPLIES TO DEW LINE AS ICE CLOSES IN - THE ARCTIC
A GREAT OCEAN RESCUE - THE PACIFIC
SCIENCE - THE WORLD WITHIN THE SEA
News Magazine of the Screen, 1957 (month not
People leave Hungary
In Egypt, The UN steps in to remove the ships in the way in
the Suez Canal.
Excavation in Pompeii.
Art on a pinhead.
Expedition up Montserrat.
Guessing game with animal.
An exploration of Lehman caverns.
Tour of the NY Public Library.
News Magazine of the Screen, 1957 (month not
United Nations Condemns Russia. Carrier Landings by
Arctic Ice Cap Adventure.
Low-Level Crop Dusters.
Centuries of Telling Time.
Old and New in Guided Missiles.
Jet engine exploding when metal is dropped into it.
New York State's Erie Canal.
Compilation of 1950s newsreel stories on atomic
weapons testing, civil defense and nuclear energy. 23 MINUTES
Better Housing News Flashes - Pathe News
Theatrical short subject, newsreel-style, promoting
the benefits of the National Housing Act for homebuilders,
remodelers and would-be homeowners. 5 MINUTES
Campus on the March 1942
U.S. colleges and universities retool to assist war
effort. 18 MINUTES
Conquer by the Clock - RKO-Pathe
Encourages American workers to make the best possible
use of their time in a war where industrial production and combat
are synchronized on an international level. 11 MINUTES
Dole Air Race, 1927 - Kinograms
Aviation's elite converges on Oakland for the Dole
race to Hawaii. SILENT 10 MINUTES
Edison Newsreels: San Francisco Earthquake
Cleaning up downtown San Francisco after the
conflagration. SILENT 5 MINUTES
Kinograms Newsreel, 1924
Typical newsreel of the silent film era. SILENT 2
Kinograms Newsreel, 1925
Typical newsreel from the silent era, featuring Jack
Dempsey, a balloon race, women dancing in chilly breezes, a
juggler, and opium being confiscated and burned in Shanghai. SILENT
Lindbergh's Flight and Return - Fox News /
Aviator Charles A. Lindbergh takes off from New York
on his solo transatlantic flight between America and Europe and
arrives in Paris; newsreels conclude with his return to the U.S.
SILENT 7 MINUTES
Living Past 1953
Newsreel of the century. 13 minutes
Man Against the River - Pathe News, Inc.
Describes the work of members of the Works Projects
Administration in helping refugees of a winter flood of the Ohio
River. 10 minutes
Two Path? News Magazine of the Screen shots of various
Manhattan sights. 6 minutes
Stunt Compilation 1918
Daredevils on skates, motorcycles, skis, airplanes,
and windmills. SILENT 11 minutes
We Work Again
How the New Deal benefits African Americans. 11
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