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First commercial for a series I'll be starting at the end of this month called "Movie Madness with Dr. Praxis." It will be a hosted movie show featuring bad movies and even worse jokes.
No explanations. Just simply want to get a few reactions to this video.
Over There: Remembering World War One was made to mark the 90th anniversary of the ending of WWI. Using film footage shot by the US Army Signal Corp., Keenan crafted a film about a time when America's children lived in a Hell that even Dante couldn't have imagined. The music track was built from vintage recordings from the WWI period.
A happy ending? For some, not all. Television survived WWII, supplanting radio as the center of a family's entertainment. Most of the companies involved in the development of television thrived but a few didn't. However television was finally thought of as being "worth the effort" but one important individual while viewing an event that was out of this world... Part 4 of 4
The thin blue line, foggy mornings in San Fransisco, and the things we say about ourselves. Television makes a pre-mature flight into the imaginations of America and the world. This is Part 2 of 4
The Trailer for my up & coming release, Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat: The Saga of World War II. The movie will be premiered both here on Watch Evansville and on Owensboro Public Access on Dec. 7, 2009.
Television is an ubiquitous part of our lives. But who invented television? In his four part film, Please Stand By: The Invention of Television, Keenan Powell introduces us to the people who were behind what has been described as the "most remarkable invention of the 20th Century," the events and the issues that lead up to the breakthrough moment when we began to "see beyond the horizon," and the struggles to bring this remarkable invention into the homes of millions around the globe. This is Part 1 of 4.
This is part 2 of my film, Return of the Son of the Atomic Government Films!!!!
This is the first part of the sequel film I made featuring those old atomic films that the USA government produced or commissioned. These films date from the 1950's and '60's. They were designed to introduce the American public -especially students - to atomic bombs, nuclear energy and what to do in case of a nuclear attack. Beyond that, I prefer to let the films speak for themselves...