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50 Years Before Your Eyes (1950)



50 Years Before Your Eyes

(1950)

72 minutes

Documentary / History / News / Sports
 
Directed by Robert Youngson

Cast: Andre Baruch, Norman Brokenshire and Enrico Caruso

The film is a review as told by Arthur Godfrey and others of the most major American and World events that occurred between 1900 and 1950.  It is a very pro-American film and they use derogatory words to refer to others such as Communists being referred to as "Reds" and Japanese being referred to as "Japs".  The Holocaust nor Civil Rights movement are covered in the film and it also talks down about women.  Some find the film useful to understand how Americans and media in general viewed their country and world events during that era. 




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Matinee Classics - 50 Years Before Your Eyes as told by Arthur Godfrey and others


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