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Ephemeral Films

Ephemeral films are non-fiction films usually made for educational, industrial, or promotional purposes. The two classic ephemeral film collections found on the Archive are the Prelinger Archives and AV Geeks.



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Educational Films
by Bright, Robert, 1902-1988. Georgie; Weston Woods Studios
movies

eye 454

favorite 3

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Spanish version of the motion picture entitled Georgie
Topics: Children's films, Ghosts
Educational Films
by Daugherty, James, 1889-1974. Andy and the lion; Weston Woods Studios
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eye 485

favorite 2

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Spanish version of the 1955 motion picture entitled Andy and the lion
Topics: Children's films, Lion
Educational Films
by Flack, Marjorie, 1897-1958. Story about Ping; Weston Woods Studios
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eye 567

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Spanish version of the 1955 motion picture entitled The story about Ping
Topics: Animal films, Children's films, Ducks
Educational Films
by McCloskey, Robert, 1914-2003. Make way for ducklings; Weston Woods Studios
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eye 582

favorite 5

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Also issued in super 8 mm
Topics: Animal films, Children's films, Ducks
Educational Films
by Morton Schindel, Weston Woods Studios
movies

eye 1,555

favorite 6

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Guía de estudio disponible (Inglés)   Los Cinco Hermanos Chinos es un libro infantil estadounidense escrito de Claire Huchet Bishop e ilustrado por Kurt Wiese. Originalmente fue publicado en 1938 por Coward-McCann. El libro es un relato de un cuento popular chino, diez hermanos. A pesar de que a menudo se considera un clásico de la literatura infantil,  Los Cinco Hermanos Chinos  ha sido acusado de promover estereotipos étnicos sobre los chinos, particularmente a través de sus...
Topics: Animated films, Children's films, Short films, Brothers, Individuality, Spanish language materials,...
Educational Films
by Morton Schindel, Weston Woods Studios
movies

eye 659

favorite 3

comment 0

Parallel title with Spanish narration. Based on the book Stone Soup written and illustrated by Marcia Brown. Uses the pictures and text of Marcia Brown's version of an old folk tale to tell about three tired, hungry soldiers who trick the suspicious, stingy peasants of a French village into providing them with a banquet.
Topic: Folklore
Educational Films
by Morton Schindel, Weston Woods Studios
movies

eye 446

favorite 3

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Spanish dub of the 1956 motion picture Mike Mulligan and his Steam Shovel.  In his haste to dig the cellar for a town hall, Miguel Muligan forgets to leave a way out for his steam shovel, but the problem is solved when the steam shovel is converted into a furnace for the new building. For elementary grades.
Topics: Children's films, Burton, Virginia Lee, 1909-1968, Mike Mulligan, Steam shovels
Educational Films
by Swift, Hildegarde Hoyt. Little red lighthouse and the great gray bridge; Weston Woods Studios
movies

eye 519

favorite 3

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Also issued in super 8 mm
Topics: Children's films, Lighthouses
Educational Films
by Weston Woods Studios
movies

eye 1,119

favorite 4

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Copia en español del libro de 1952 "Jorge el Monito Ciclista" de la autora  H. A. Rey and Margret Rey. Spanish dub of the 1952 book "Curious George Rides A Bike" by H. A. Rey and Margret Rey.
Topic: curious george
Educational Films
by Weston Woods Studios
movies

eye 685

favorite 6

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Copia en español del libro de 1954 "Jenny's Birthday Book" de la autora Esther Averill. Spanish dub of the 1954 book "Jenny's Birthday Book" by author Esther Averill.
Topics: Spanish language, Children's films, Cats