Category Archives: Political Cinema

The Merv Griffin Show: Jack Lemmon, Jane Fonda & Michael Douglas- On The China Syndrome in 1979

Source: The Merv Griffin Show: Jack Lemmon, Jane Fonda & Michael Douglas- On The China Syndrome in 1979 Jack Lemmon to me at least and I bet a lot of other people who knew him and are familiar with him would … Continue reading

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Sony Pictures: The China Syndrome 1979- Jack Lemmon, Jane Fonda & Michael Douglas Star

Source: Sony Pictures: The China Syndrome 1979- Trailer If you are familiar with Three Mile Island and then you see The China Syndrome, I think you would leave the movie thinking, “wow that could actually happen”. Because the Three Mile explosion … Continue reading

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Full War Movies: Video: Red Nightmare Full Movie 1962

. There were a lot of anti-communist propaganda films during the Cold War that the U.S. Government made against the Soviet Union and their communist regime. America didn’t win the Cold War because they invaded Russia and knocked out their … Continue reading

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Weirdo Video: Don’t Be a Sucker, 1947

. What you see in this film with the bigot in the beginning unfortunately has a long history in America. But I’m only going to go back to the 1890s or so and talk about bigotry toward non-English immigrants in … Continue reading

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Hezakya Mixologist: Video: CBS News 1968 Special: Black History: Lost, Stolen or Strayed, Starring Bill Cosby

. I think the point of this film is that a lot that has been written about African-Americans about American history has been incorrect and stuff that is true about the community has been left out. Which almost fifty-years later … Continue reading

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Jnuss Bau: Video: The Hollywood Blacklist: 1947-1960

. The late 1940s and all the way up to at least the mid-1950s or so was one of the most fascist illiberal and anti-liberal democratic periods of our time. I think elements of today’s Tea Party and the Ann … Continue reading

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Hezakya Mixologist: Video: CBS News Special Report: Black Power/White Black Lash, From 1966

. To me at least Black Power wasn’t one movement, but a larger movement with several different sub-divisions. You had the more socialist if not Marxist revolutionary Black Panthers on the Far-Left with their own militia. You had Malcolm X … Continue reading

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