Alfred Kinsey (June 23, 1894 – August 25, 1956) was an American biologist, professor of entomology and zoology, and sexologist who, in 1947, founded the Institute for Sex Research at Indiana University, now known as the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction. He is best known for writing Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953), also known as the Kinsey Reports, as well as the Kinsey scale. Kinsey's research on human sexuality, foundational to the field of sexology, provoked controversy in the 1940s and 1950s. His work has influenced social and cultural values in the United States as well as internationally.
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George Orwell: A Life in Pictures is a 2003 BBC Television docudrama telling the life story of the British author George Orwell. Chris Langham plays the part of Orwell. No surviving sound recordings or video of the real George Orwell have been found.
Despite passing at only 46, Orwell left an almost imposingly large body of written work. Readers who’ve savored it and want to learn, hear, and see more come up against a certain difficulty: we have a few photographs of Orwell, but as far as sound or film, nothing exists. Yet that didn’t stop BBC Four from putting together George Orwell: A Life in Pictures, casting actor Chris Langham as Orwell, having him speak Orwell’s words, and inserting him, Zelig-like, into historical footage real and reconstructed of Orwell’s places and times.
Documentary purists may balk at this, but strong choices make strong films. As a compulsive reader of Orwell myself, I’ll take any chance I can to experience more richly the mind of this child of the “lower upper-middle class” whose fascination with poverty drove him down into it; this socialist who loathed both the trappings and proponents of socialism; this worshiper of hard manual labor who understood more about the impact of words than most of us do today; this famed writer who cloaked his given name of Eric Arthur Blair to better retreat, alone, into his gray, quasi-ascetic English pleasures.
A former mobster has broken the code of secrecy.
The video was filmed in a garage.
This is followed by death on the part of the Mafia.
An exploration of the global power and impact of the music of John Coltrane where the passions, experiences and forces that shaped his life and revolutionary sounds are revealed.
Narrator: Denzel Washington
Writer, Director: John Scheinfeld
The rise and rise of the Fabulous Dorsey brothers is charted in this whimsical step down memory lane, Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey play themselves in this vehicle for their excellent music. From being raised by their father who insists on them learning music, to the split that just saw their careers rise even further.
Staring - Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Dorsey, Janet Blair
Another attempt to get this movie through the crappy bitshit uploader.
When the aging Meyer Lansky is investigated one last time by the Feds who suspect
he has stashed away millions of dollars over half a century,the retired gangster spins
a dizzying tale,revealing the untold truth about his life.
Nice film with old harvey Keitel.
Biography: WWE Legends presents Biography: “Stone Cold” Steve Austin. Directed by Jake Rogal and Executive Produced by Jason Hehir (“The Last Dance,” “Andre The Giant”), the film traces the story of the man who became WWE’s biggest star in the 90s. “Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s authentic, fiery personality epitomized WWE’s “Attitude Era” and transformed him into a pop culture icon. After nearly being paralyzed by a neck injury, Austin made one of the greatest comebacks in WWE history. He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2009.
Biography: WWE Legends presents “Biography: ‘Rowdy’ Roddy Piper.” Directed by Emmy and Peabody Award winner Joe Lavine (ESPN 30 for 30 “Playing for the Mob,” HBO “Namath”) the film focuses on “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, who is universally considered one of WWE’s greatest villains. During his Hall of Fame career, he played the role of the antagonist against a who’s who of WWE greats, while amassing more than 30 championships.
After hearing the story of Moses, the sons of a devout Christian mother go their own ways, while the atheist brother's breaking of the Ten Commandments leads to tragedy. Staring - Theodore Roberts, Charles de Rochefort, Estelle Taylor
In Persia in the fourth century B.C., Esther comes to the attention of the recently widowed King Ahasuerus. The King has been trying defeat the campaign of hatred fomented against the Jews by his evil minister Haman. Staring - Joan Collins, Richard Egan, Denis O'Dea
Columbus, the best history lesson you never had.
The speaker is David Barton, founder of Wall Builders (Not the wall you thinking of)
WallBuilders is an organization dedicated to presenting America’s forgotten history and heroes, with an emphasis on the moral, religious, and constitutional foundation on which America was built – a foundation which, in recent years, has been seriously attacked and undermined.
You can find more at https://wallbuilders.com/ including what wall is being referred to in the name.
After he invented the automobile from scratch Ford had a hard time raising capital to start his own company. It doesn't say so specifically in this book, but in order to raise capital he couldn't figure out why he had to go to the Jews, who insisted on total control and on making high end vehicles for the rich as opposed to the mass production of affordable cars for the people.
This smacks of what Hitler said, that Capitalism deliberately creates the problems for Marxism to solve, the two work hand in hand. Capitalism and Marxism come together under Judaism.
When ford was asked why he was producing cheap cars and paying high wages when at the time this was against all business logic he said "because i love my country."
After he made his millions Ford bought the Dearborn Indepenent and had reporters investigate the activities of the Jews. The result was a 2 year series of investigative articles called The International Jew. Which is still in print in the form of the book and a must read for every American.
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Biography of Jackie Robinson, the first black major league baseball player in the 20th century. Traces his career in the negro leagues and the major leagues. Staring - Jackie Robinson, Ruby Dee, Minor Watson
The girl next door makes a teen born with immune deficiencies want to leave his germ-free bubble. Staring - John Travolta, Glynnis O'Connor, Robert Reed
An episodic biography of the 16th President of the United States. Staring - Walter Huston, Una Merkel, William L. Thorne
By the time he died in 1931, Thomas Alva Edison was one of the most famous men in the world. The holder of more patents than any other inventor in history, Edison had achieved glory as the genius behind such revolutionary inventions as sound recording, motion pictures, and electric light. Edison's curiosity led him to its cutting edge. With just three months of formal schooling, he took on one seemingly impossible technical challenge after another, and through intuition, persistence, and a unique team approach to innovation, invariably solved it." Driven and intensely competitive, Edison was often neglectful in his private life and could be ruthless in business. Challenged by competition in the industry he'd founded, Edison launched an ugly propaganda campaign against his rivals, and used his credibility as an electrical expert to help ensure that high-voltage electrocution became a form of capital punishment. Edison explores the complex alchemy that accounts for the enduring celebrity of America's most famous inventor, offering new perspectives on the man and his milieu, and illuminating not only the true nature of invention, but its role in turn-of-the-century America's rush into the future.
As a young boy growing up in Tanzania and India, Farrokh Bulsara knew he was destined to make his mark in music. At the time of his death in 1991 at the age of 45, he was heralded as one of the most iconic figures in the UK and perhaps the greatest front man in rock and roll history. The world knew him by a different name: Freddie Mercury. The rousing documentary Queen: Mercury Rising traces the meteoric rise of Mercury and his band mates, and the ongoing popularity of their timeless contributions to the musical landscape.
Flamboyant, bold and eclectic, Queen consisted of four distinct personalities who somehow blended seamlessly in their artistic sensibilities. Each band member was an academic, and their intellect and instinct served them well as they molded an identity in a skeptical music industry. In their early days, executives knew they were special, but were confused as to how to best market them given their eccentric sound.
They were savaged at times by critics, but fans from all over the globe worshipped at their altar, especially in the aftermath of We Are the Champions and We Will Rock You - two of the most rousing anthems in modern music.
The film is a treasure trove for die-hard Queen fans, and admirers of original artists who refuse to compromise their integrity for fleeting popularity. It's blessed with insightful conversations with guitarist Brian May, assorted producers, managers and other music industry insiders who witnessed the phenomenon firsthand. Excerpts from numerous concert performances highlight the depth of their artistry, and features songs that have earned their place in the soundtrack of our lives. We learn the inspirations behind some of these tunes, and the keys to their creation in the studio. The film also spotlights the final act of the band's reign as Mercury succumbed to complications from AIDS.
From their androgynous appeal to their unorthodox orchestrations and a-cappella harmonies, the band was a rare combination of the bizarre and the universal. Queen: Mercury Rising shows us how this quintessential band broke all the rules and why they still matter.
A&E: Herman Goering Biography-Ambition Without Conscience (Español/Spanish)
Another personal favourite classic of mine and a fan of Legendre actor Al Pacino movies - cover also re-created by @Freethinker Media Channel - enjoy!
SERPICO - (1973)
(R | 2h 10min | Biography, Crime, Drama)
Frank Serpico (Al Pacino) is an idealistic New York City cop who refuses to take bribes, unlike the rest of the force.
His actions get Frank shunned by the other officers, and often placed in dangerous situations by his partners.
When his superiors ignore Frank's accusations of corruption, he decide… MORE
Stars: Al Pacino, John Randolph, Jack Kehoe
Initial release: 5th December, 1973 (USA)
Director: Sidney Lumet
Writers: Peter Maas (book), Waldo Salt (screenplay)
Awards: Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture – Drama,
ROBIN'S WISH - (Biography, Documentary - 2020) + Bless you Robin Williams for all the great memories - R.I.P. - Freethinker Media Channel (Fan)
In August 2014, the world was shocked to find out that Robin Williams had died by suicide. For someone who brought so much humor to the world, it was a tragic, traumatic end.
But no one knew how much more there was to the story. Left to speculate on Robin's motives, the media circus spun out further and further, leaving the public in the dark about a complicated and obscured truth: Robin - bright, funny, quick witted - had lost a battle against an unknown enemy: the nearly impossible to diagnose brain disease Lewy body dementia.
Knowing the truth can make all the difference. LBD is a disease that, while all too common, is unknown to most, and without a diagnosis causes heightened fear, paranoia and confusion. In the end, Robin may have lost his final battle with dementia, but he succeeded at his lifelong goal - To make people less afraid. This is Robin's wish.
Stars: Susan Schneider, Bruce Miller, Walter Koroshetz, Mike Mullen Carter Ham, Elaine Rogers, Chad Nordwall, Tony Tom, Johnny Steele, John R. Montgomery, Shawn Levy, David E. Kelley, Glenn Davis, Mort Sahl, Jon Hepper
Robin's Wish is a 2020 American documentary film directed by Tylor Norwood.
The film offers a look into the life and final days of Robin Williams, and how his struggles with diffuse Lewy body disease impacted his acting career and contributed to his death by suicide.
Produced by:Ben Sinclair, Tylor Norwood
(Info Link: Lewy Body Dementia)
A Short review of "Degenerate Moderns-Modernity as Rationalized Sexual Misbehavior" by Dr E Michael Jones
LEGEND JOHNNY CASH: "THE LAST GREAT AMERICAN" - (Biography, Music - 2004) + https://www.bitchute.com for their service - just sharing and thank you
An exploration of the life of country-music legend Johnny Cash, who passed away in 2003 after completing Unearthed, a five-disc box set featuring the acoustic performances which relaunched his career and won him legions of young fans in the final decade of his life.
The son of a poor farmer from Arkansas, Cash’s early economic and personal struggles inspired many of his songs. He achieved his first big break when he was signed on to Sun Records in the 1950s.
By the 1960s he had become a country music star with several hit songs.
He also become known for his activism on prisoners’ rights, the Native American movement, and opposing the Vietnam war while also performing concerts for soldiers on the frontline.
After a difficult period in the 1980s, Johnny Cash revived his career with younger audiences by collaborating with rap-rock producer Rick Rubin.
This documentary also features contributions from his son John Carter Cash and daughter Rosanne Cash, his manager Lou Robin, and other fellow musicians.
Director: Chris Rodley
Star: Johnny Cash (R.I.P.)
A documentary about King George the fifth
Documentary: The Life of Queen Mary a.k.a. May of Tec (1867-1953)
Filmmaker Martin Scorsese examines the life of musician George Harrison, weaving together interviews, concert footage, home movies and photographs.
Carl Tanzler, also known as Count Carl von Cosel was a German-born radiology technologist at the Marine-Hospital Service in Key West, Florida. He developed an obsession for a young Cuban-American tuberculosis patient, Elena "Helen" Milagro de Hoyos that carried on well after the disease had caused her death. In 1933, almost two years after her death, Tanzler removed Hoyos' body from its tomb, and lived with the corpse at his home for seven years until its discovery by Hoyos' relatives and authorities in 1940.