Rogue's Retro Cinema
1hr 10 minutes | Animation, Family | 1943
Travel with us back in time as we watch the cartoons of World War II…Exploding Classics!
On This DVD:
1. Bury the Axis
3. Commandments of Health
4. Der Schennman
5. Flight Safety: After The Cut
6. Flight Safety: Landing Accident
7. Take heed Mr. Tojo!
8. The Good Egg
9. Tokyo Woes
Sci-Fi (1951) 72 minutes ~ Color
Five astronauts successfully fly to Mars where they encounter seemingly friendly and advanced inhabitants who harbor covert plans to use their ship to invade Earth.
Director: Lesley Selander
Writer: Arthur Strawn (screenplay)
Stars: Marguerite Chapman, Cameron Mitchell and Arthur Franz
The Thrifty Pig 1941 film
The Thrifty Pig (aka Thrifty Pig and Walt Disney's The Thrifty Pig) is a 1941 four-minute educational short animated film made by the Walt Disney Studios, for the National Film Board of Canada. The film was released theatrically on November 19, 1941 as part of a series of four films directed at the Canadian public to learn about war bonds during the Second World War. The Thrifty Pig was directed by Ford Beebe.It is also a remake of the 1933 film of the same name
The Thrifty Pig features reused and reconfigured animation from Three Little Pigs (1933). Although in production prior to the Attack on Pearl Harbor, the film is an example of a World War II propaganda film.
Initial release: November 19, 1941
Director: Ford Beebe
Ash is transported with his car to 1,300 A.D., where he is captured by Lord Arthur and turned slave with Duke Henry the Red and a couple of his men. When Ash is thrown into a pit, he defeats two monsters and wins respect of Arthur's army and vassals. The Wiseman points Ash as The Chosen One that will retrieve the Necronomicon but Ash is only interested in returning home. When he learns that the only way to return to his time is using the Necronomicon, Ash decides to travel to the unholy land of the Deadites. The Wiseman advises that he must say the words "Klaatu Barada Nikto" to safely get the evil book. However, Ash forgets the last word and an army of the dead resurrects to attack Arthur fortress and recover the Necronomicon. The battle between the living and the dead is about to start and the support of Henry the Red is the only way to help Ash and Arthur to defeat the army of darkness.
A 16-year-old girl is given 13 hours to solve a labyrinth and rescue her baby brother when her wish for him to be taken away is granted by the Goblin King.
Director: Jim Henson
Writers: Dennis Lee (story by), Jim Henson (story by) | 1 more credit »
Stars: David Bowie, Jennifer Connelly, Toby Froud |
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If you haven't figured it out, I am a Canadian. Don't hate me all too much as I am related to the Canadian Royals. They are a lovely bunch, well, except for Ted. He's a far left liberal, and talking to him is like trying to explain social media to a 70 years old.
Obscure movies, by gone classical tales that I find on the side roads of the Urban Jungle become all the rave for my presentations. As a member, one of the brainier children, of the GNF Network, you will see more or less of these favorites aired for one more time, well before someone attempts a more social political exceptionable remake. That or propose to hit it hard and hit it fast with a major - and I mean major - leaflet or keyboard protest campaign.Just so that their financially bankrupt version of what made the original beloved by all, has a chance to be more of a failure then what it was originally. Come to thing of it they are a real Mickey Mouse operation... who am I kidding they ain’t even at the Betty Boop level. yet.
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