1940s American Entertainment


1940s American Entertainment

Oxford: Oxford University Press. Fleischer Studios, who completed the initial short and eight further cartoons in 19Production was assumed in May 1942. War-Related Films Abound: The 40s also offered escapist entertainment, reassurance, and patriotic themes, such as William Wyler's war-time film. After the Arab rejection of the 1947 United Nations Partition Plan for Palestine (UN General Assembly richard Nixon and The Vietnam War Resolution 181) that would have created an Arab state and a Jewish state side by side, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria attacked the state of Israel. The first nine cartoons were released as part of the four-disc special edition Superman: The Movie set, and the eight remaining cartoons were included on the two-disc special edition Superman II set.

1940s American Entertainment

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7 8 The rights to all seventeen cartoons eventually reverted to National Comics, who licensed TV syndication rights to Flamingo Films (distributors of the TV series Adventures of Superman ). 4 Now the Fleischers were committed to a project they never wanted to dowith more financial and marketing support than they had ever received for the projects they had done. The Z3 as world's first working programmable, fully automatic computing machine was built. Drunken Angel (1948 marked the beginning of the successful collaboration between Kurosawa and actor Toshiro Mifune that lasted until 1965. The first test of technology for an atomic weapon ( Trinity test ) as part of the Manhattan Project. The 19 Olympic Games were cancelled because of World War. Although the 1940s was a decade dominated by World War II, important and noteworthy films about a wide variety of subjects were made during that era. 13 The nine Fleischer Studios cartoons plus the 13-minutes feature First Flight: The Fleischer Superman Series are on the Superman II - Original 1980/81 Theatrical Release disc and the eight Famous Studios cartoons are on the Superman II - The 2006 Richard Donner Cut disc. This is the Army (1943), a 'show-within-a-show' account of Irving Berlin's Broadway stage revue, introduced Kate Smith singing the patriotic song God Bless America - the US' alternate national anthem.


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