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A Journey To Normandy

Clip #: AD-21-1
Length: 10:59
Year: 1938
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1930s
Description:
01:00:12:17 Title card: “Andre de La Varre presents: ‘A Journey to Normandy.’ Photography, script, narration by Andre de La Varre; Collaborator, Paul Devlin; Music Arranged & Played by Lew White; Recording by HE Reeves; Released by Compagnie Generale Transatlantique - French Line. VS ...

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A Journey To Normandy

Clip #: TFA-156C
Length: 10:47
Year: 1938
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1930s
Description:
Travelogue from 1938 of towns and historic sites along the French Normandy coast. Extensive footage of the port town of Le Havre (which would be heavily bombed during WWII) with ocean liners arriving to the port, vistas of the city, and 1930s old European street scenes. Resort towns such as...

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Modern France, the Land and It's People

Clip #: TFA-57E
Length: 10:09
Year: 1950
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1950s
Description:
The culture and industry of France in the 1950's

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The Longest Gangplank Pt 2

Clip #: AD-18
Length: 11:42
Year: 1926
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1920s
Description:
Entertaining travelogue from 1926 promoting The French Line, a trans-Atlantic cruise line. This is interspersed with narrative that focuses on a young middle-class couple who takes a trip on the ocean liner and disembarks at Paris. Footage of a biplane being catapulted off the deck of an...

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En Normandie

Clip #: TFA-192C
Length: 17:40
Year: 1958
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1950s
Description:
a french educational film about the Normandy region of France

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Continental Holiday

Clip #: TFA-2A
Length: 17:00
Year: 1952
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1950s
Description:
Travelogue from the early 1950s that highlights key travel destinations throughout France, Italy, Spain, Austria and France

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Le Havre

Clip #: 560-182
Length: 0:00:14
Year: 1938
Decade: 1930s
Description:
" B/W 1930s PAN children swimming from docks in Basin of Commerce harbor / Le Havre, Normandy"

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Le Havre

Clip #: 560-186
Length: 0:00:10
Year: 1938
Decade: 1930s
Description:
" B/W 1930s trolley, traffic + people crossing Rue de Paris / Hotel de Ville in BG / Le Havre"

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Le Havre

Clip #: 560-179
Length: 0:00:08
Year: 1938
Decade: 1930s
Description:
" B/W 1930s crowd of people on North dike along harbor waiting for cruise ship / Le Havre,"

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Le Havre

Clip #: 560-183
Length: 0:00:06
Year: 1938
Decade: 1930s
Description:
" B/W 1930s Exchange building (Bourse) on edge of harbor / Le Havre, Normandy, France"

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