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Enjoy this evolution of traffic video (in the USA). The most cities shown are New York City, San Francisco and Chicago.

Music:
1910s & 1920s: Allister Wylie Coronado Hotel Orch. - Some of these days
1930s: Artie Shaw - Begin The Beguine
1940s: Glenn Miller and his Orchestra - Rug Cutter's Swing
1950s: Duane Eddy - Rebel Rouser
1960s: The Doors - Light my Fire
1970s: MFSB - Sexy
1980s: A Flock Of Seagulls - I Ran
1990s: Naughty by Nature - O.P.P.
2000s: Tiesto - Novocaine
2010s: Avicii - Lay me Down

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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is a 1964 Christmas stop motion animated television special produced by Videocraft International, Ltd. and currently distributed by Universal Television. It first aired Sunday, December 6, 1964, on the NBC television network in the United States, and was sponsored by General Electric under the umbrella title of The General Electric Fantasy Hour.

"Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer" is a song by songwriter Johnny Marks based on the 1939 story Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer published by the Montgomery Ward Company. Gene Autry's recording hit No. 1 on the U.S. charts the week of Christmas 1949.

I Love 80's Commercials. Old fast food commercials from the 80's featuring:
KFC Kentucky Fried Chicken Commercial We Do Chicken Right
Wendy's Commercial Where's The Beef
80's McDonald's Commercial Cheeseburgers To Go
Pizza Hut Commercial 80's Pizza Hut Pizza To Go
McDonald's Commercial McDonald's And You
Burger King Commercial 80's Whopper tastes better than Big Mac
Wendy's Hot Stuffed Baked Potatoes Commercial
Early 80's McDonald's Commercial Big Mac Big
Jack In The Box Commercial Club Supreme
80's McDonald's Commercial "On The Go" Quarter Pounder
McDonald's Chicken McNuggets Commercial Value Pack
80's Burger King Commercial Magic
80's Carls Jr Hearty Chicken Sandwich Commercial
Taco Bell Rainbow Bright Sprites Commercial
Taco Bell 80's Make A run for the border
80's Hardees Commercial Mushroom and Swiss Burger
McDonalds Egg McMuffin Breakfast Commercial Meghan Mullalay John Goodman
It's a good time for the great taste of McDonald's.

Tofurky story is simple:

"In 1980, after making from-scratch tempeh to share with friends and family, 30-year-old teacher/naturalist/hippie Seth Tibbott opens his own company in Forest Grove, Oregon. He expands operations to a vacant elementary school in 1983 -- and decades ahead of the tiny house trend, he builds a 300-square-foot treehouse to call home. Fast forward to 1995, Tofurky debuts the very first Holiday Roast. It strikes a cultural chord with a nation hungry for a tastier meat-free Thanksgiving. 2000 and beyond welcomes even more deliciousness, with the addition of deli slices and sausage and frozen items. Today our growth plans include new products, but also new countries. We're so inspired by a world that is waking up to the benefits of veg cuisine."

PBS two-hour documentary on "Vaudeville": the segment on Blacks and Vaudeville (19 min).

Beginning in the 1880s and through the 1920s, vaudeville was home to more than 25,000 performers, and was the most popular form of entertainment in America. From the local small-town stage to New York's Palace Theater, vaudeville was an essential part of every community.

Clips and interviews with:
Pat Rooney
Mel Watkins
June Taylor
Carson Robinson's Pioneers
The Duncan Sisters
Eunice Wilson and the Five Racketeers
Bobby Short
Robert Townsend
Dewey "Pigmeat" Markham
Leonard Reed
Stump and Stumpy
Moms Mabley
Ethel Waters
Reed and Bryant
June Havoc
Nicholas Brothers (Harold and Fayard)
Eubie Blake
Bert Williams
Jack LaMaire
Al Hirschfeld

A look at beautiful vintage ads of famous brands of the 1890s, mostly in full color.

Music by Hayden: Prelude in C Major

51 Vintage Photos of Life in the U S from the 1890s to the 1930s

Eleanora Fagan, better known as Billie Holiday, was an American jazz singer with a career spanning nearly thirty years. Nicknamed "Lady Day" by her friend and music partner Lester Young, Holiday had a seminal influence on jazz music and pop singing.

A look back in history at America's early beginnings from 1790-1960

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Part of a series of commercials produced by GE in support of greater investment in electrical infrastructure. Each shows what the creators imagined to be a typical breakfast with a typical family within a given decade.

1928-1930 More Interviews With Elderly People Throughout The US

Photographed May 9, 1903.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.
Location: East River, New York
Camera: Edwin S. Porter

Roosevelt Island An island in the East River, equidistant between the Upper East Side of Manhattan (51st Street to 86th Street) and Long Island City in Queens. It is about 800 feet (240 meters) wide and 1.75 miles (2.8 kilometers) long. The island was called Minnehanonck by the Indians and Varcken Eylandt by the Dutch. - (excerpt) Ellen Fletcher / Encyclopedia of New York City - Edited by Kenneth T. Jackson

This film was photographed from a boat heading south along the eastern shore of Blackwell's Island known as Welfare Island from 1921 to 1973, and as Roosevelt Island today. The island lies in the East River, between Manhattan (which can be seen in the background) and Long Island City, Queens. It is approximately one and three-quarters of a mile long, extending from 51st Street to 88th, and at the time of the filming was the location for a number of New York City's charitable and penal institutions. The film opens showing the lighthouse at the north end of the island (viewed from Hallet's Cove). As the boat enters the east channel of the river, the stacks of a large brewery in Yorkville on Manhattan are visible in the distance. This is possibly George Ehret's Hell Gate Lager Bier Brewery (1866). This area was mostly settled by the immigrant German's as the city's population moved north. The camera pans along the island's granite seawall (built by inmates of the Penitentiary and Workhouse) and the following buildings, in order of appearance, are seen: the New York City Lunatic Asylum [0:39]; the Workhouse; the Almshouse [0:45]; piers for the Queensboro or '59th Street' Bridge still under construction, which upon completion in 1908 will span 135 feet above the island [1:20]; the Almshouse Keeper's House (originally the home of the Blackwell family, who had once owned the island) [1:30]; the Penitentiary [1:45]; Charity Hospital [1:55]. The film ends before reaching the southern tip of the island.

"Over the great bridge, with the sunlight through the girders making a constant flicker upon the moving cars, with the city rising up across the river in white heaps and sugar lumps all built with a wish out of non-olfactory money. The city seen from the Queensboro Bridge is always the city seen for the first time, in its first wild promise of all the mystery and the beauty in the world." -The Great Gatsby / F. Scott Fitzgerald

Learn more about Roosevelt Island history:
https://blog.mcny.org/2015/03/10/lunatics-inmates-and-homeowners-the-history-of-roosevelt-island/

Prohibition in the United States was a nationwide constitutional ban on the production, importation, transportation, and sale of alcoholic beverages from 1920 to 1933.

Old sound film of the Atlantic City Boardwalk in New Jersey, USA, taken April 1928. Since the Movietone process started in late 1927, this is some of the earliest sound footage ever made. It has a very unique perspective of the cameraman 'walking' through the boardwalk (maybe mounted to the front of a rickshaw?) The sound is rough and muffled but this is great time travel. Worked on footage and sound

A collection of high quality remastered prints from the dawn of film taken in Belle Époque-era Paris, France from 1896-1900. Slowed down footage to a natural rate and added in sound for ambiance. These films were taken by the Lumière company

0:08 - Notre-Dame Cathedral (1896)
0:58 - Alma Bridge (1900)
1:37 - Avenue des Champs-Élysées (1899)
2:33 - Place de la Concorde (1897)
3:24 - Passing of a fire brigade (1897)
3:58 - Tuileries Garden (1896)
4:48 - Moving walkway at the Paris Exposition (1900)
5:24 - The Eiffel Tower from the Rives de la Seine à Paris (1897)

1929 - Interviews With Elderly People Throughout the US

It's sad to see how much our world has been destroyed over the past 70 years as well as the health & lives of so many humans & animals and all in the name of politics and the all mighty dollar!

You see the only reason cannabis was prohibited is because a group of five very wealthy, greedy, and corrupt high powered business men/politicians who did not want to loose their life savings & businesses to cannabis; which was supposed to be the source for pretty much EVERYTHING on this planet beginning in the late 1920's. Cannabis was going to be used for fuel, food, medicine, and over 5000 textiles and 50,000 products according to an article written in 1928 by the Popular Mechanics titled "Billion Dollar Crop".

At the same time in the late 1920's William Randal Hearst was an American newspaper publisher who built the nation's largest newspaper chain including the New York Morning Journal and he had just bought millions of acres of timber forest which he intended to use to make paper for his ever more popular tabloid publications such as the Herald Examiner, and the Irrational Enquirer. However Hearst's empire was doomed to collapse in a short period of time with the production of cannabis.

Another industry giant who was directly threatened by the production of cannabis was Lammont DuPont the owner of Petro Chemical a company that he had just bought along with the patents to make a dozen synthetic products from oil.

And lets not forget the young pharmaceutical industry which was financed by two very powerful and corrupt bankers John D. Rockefeller (owner of Standard Oil) and Andrew Carnegie. These two individuals were conducting an all out campaign to eliminate the accepted natural herbal treatments including cannabis from the pharmacopoeia while trying to replace it with drugs created in the laboratories.

Hearst and Dupont teamed up with Andrew Mellon; owner of Guelph oil and also an American banker, businessman, industrialist, philanthropist, art collector, and most importantly the United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom and United States Secretary of the Treasury; and thus was born this natural alliance between the synthetic textile industry, the oil industry, the producers of plastics and it derivatives, and the pharmaceutical industry. AND THEY ALL NEEDED TO GET RID OF THE COMMON ENEMY CANNABIS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!

So here we have five (5) very wealthy and corrupt individuals looking out for the best interest of their family fortunes and from that powerful position of United States Secretary of the Treasury Andrew Mellon had appointed his future son in law, Harry Anslinger to be the new head of the federal burial of narcotics!

1920s Anti-Alcohol Commercial

Number 1 Soya milk commercial

These commercials and promos aired during a Cartoon Cartoon Fridays block in May 2001. This block was hosted by Dexter and a new episode of Courage the Cowardly Dog premiered during the block as well. Credit to retroccn for originally uploading the nostalgia!

Commercial List:
1. Power Rangers Time Force Collection (partial)
2. Super Swimmer Shark Creature
3. L'Oreal Kids Moisturizing Bath & Shower Gel
4. Super Soaker CPS 1200/2700/3200
5. Ed, Edd n Eddy promo
6. Wonder Woman Lasso of Truth (Johnny Bravo)
7. Cartoon Cartoon Fridays Intro/Host Segment
8. CCF ID: Dexter
9. You're Watching Dexter's Laboratory bumper
10. We'll Be Right Back with Dexter's Laboratory bumper
11. Cartoon Orbit promo
12. CN Sponsor
13. Atlantis: The Lost Empire TV Spot
14. Heinz EZ Squirt (with Limited Edition Shrek Bottles)
15. Storm Guns and Tsunami Balls
16. Frosted Flakes
17. Now Back to Dexter's Laboratory bumper
18. End Credits/Audio Promo: Dexter's Laboratory is Next
19. CCF ID: Dexter
20. Gatti Town Eat-ertainment
21. Texas Heat Benefit Golf Tournament
22. Cartoon Theater: Rover Dangerfield promo/BK Big Kids Meal
23. Kool-Aid Magic Twists (Magic Powerball)
24. Wave Hoop
25. Cap'n Crunch
26. Ed, Edd n Eddy promo
27. CCF Dexter Host Segment
28. CCF ID: Dexter
29. You're watching Dexter's Laboratory bumper
30. CCF Cartoon Orbit Code
31. Cartoon Cartoon Primetime promo
32. June Bugs promo
33. Chuck E. Cheese's
34. Baby Bottle Pop
35. Zelda (GBC)
36. Johnson's Kids Foam Blaster
37. Postopia.com
38. Now Back to Dexter's Laboratory bumper
39. End Credits/Audio Promo: Powerpuff Girls is Next
40. The Golf Channel: U.S. Open Week promo
41. Skeeter's Mesquite Grill
42. Twizzlers
43. Popsicle Sprinklers
44. Burger King Big Kids Meal: Shrek Candy Caddies
45. America Online
46. Mary Kate & Ashley Movie Magic Dolls
47. Ed, Edd n Eddy promo
48. June Bugs promo
49. Cartoon Cartoon Summer promo
50. CCF Dexter Host Segment
51. CCF ID: Bubbles
52. CCF Cartoon Orbit Code
53. Cartoon Cartoon Primetime promo
54. Time Squad promo
55. Youth Smoking Prevention PSA
56. Slip'n Slide Surf Rider
57. Chips Ahoy! Peanut Butter and Candy Blasts
58. Cartoon Theater: Rover Dangerfield promo/BK Big Kids Meal
59. Now Back to Powerpuff Girls bumper
60. End Credits/Audio Promo: Courage the Cowardly Dog is Next
61. Disney Channel: Lizzie McGuire promo
62. Gatti Town Eat-ertainment
63. Shrek TV Spot
64. 3 Musketeers
65. Power Rangers Time Force Collection
66. Heinz EZ Squirt (with Limited Edition Shrek Bottles)
67. McDonald's
68. Ed, Edd n Eddy promo
69. Cartoon Cartoon Summer promo
70. CCF Dexter Host Segment
71. CCF ID: Courage
72. CCF Cartoon Orbit Code
73. June Bugs Special Delivery Sweepstakes
74. Triple Power Push Pop
75. Polly the Tekno Parrot
76. Kool-Aid Magic Twists (Magic Powerball)
77. Cap'n Crunch
78. Burger King Big Kids Meal: Shrek Candy Caddies
79. Now Back to Courage the Cowardly Dog bumper
80. End Credits/Audio Promo: NEW Courage is Next
81. Mountasia
82. The Golf Channel: U.S. Open Week promo
83. Atlantis: The Lost Empire TV Spot
84. Twizzlers
85. Mario Party 3
86. America Online
87. McDonald's
88. Time Squad promo
89. Sheep in the Big City promo
90. Cartoon Cartoon Fridays Intro/Host Segment
91. CCF ID: Courage
92. We'll Be Right Back with Courage the Cowardly Dog bumper
93. Cartoon Cartoon Primetime
94. Time Squad promo
95. Super Swimmer Shark Creature
96. Cartoon Theater: Rover Dangerfield promo/BK Big Kids Meal
97. Johnson's Kids Foam Blaster
98. Trix Yogurt
99. Now Back to Courage the Cowardly Dog bumper
100. End Credits/Audio Promo: Ed, Edd n Eddy is Next
101. Cinemax: The Whole Nine Yards promo
102. Gatti Town Eat-ertainment
103. Popsicle Scribblers
104. Sound Around Hoop
105. Got Milk?
106. Power Rangers Time Force Collection
107. Apple Jacks (with Pokemon Bowl Pal Inside)
108. June Bugs promo
109. CCF Dexter Host Segment
110. CCF ID: Eddy
111. We'll Be Right Back with Ed, Edd n Eddy bumper
112. Next Cartoon Cartoon Fridays promo: The Mayor Hosts
113. Mario Party 3
114. Johnson's Kids Foam Blaster
115. America Online
116. Star Splash Barbie
117. L'Oreal Kids Moisturizing Bath & Shower Gel
118. Now Back to Ed, Edd n Eddy bumper
119. End Credits/Audio Promo: Courage is Next
120. Gatti Town Eat-ertainment
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