The Battle of the SommeAugust 21, 1916
A documentary and propaganda film which shows the British Army's preparations for, and the early stages of, the battle of the Somme.
Madame DuBarrySeptember 18, 1919
The story of Madame DuBarry, the mistress of Louis XV of France, and her loves in the time of the French revolution.
JánošíkNovember 25, 1921
Janosík, a friar retrained as a bandit, becomes the farmers' symbol of resistance and fight against the feudal conditions.
Zôho kaitei Chûshingura: Ten no maki Chi no maki Jin no makiSeptember 1, 1927
The legendary tale of the forty-seven samurai and their mission to avenge the death of their master.
America's SoulDecember 31, 1931
A brief series of important moments and characters in the history of mexican culture.
Hail ColumbiaAugust 28, 1934
This short film provides highlights from American history, focusing on George Washington's farewell to the troops to the War of 1812.
The Plow That Broke the PlainsMay 10, 1936
A documentary about what happened to the Great Plains of the United States and Canada when uncontrolled farming destroyed the soil and led to the Dust Bowl.
A Woman AloneMay 19, 1936
An officer becomes entangled in a love affair with a woman who works as a maid.
The Conquest of the AirDecember 1, 1936
This early docudrama uses dramatic re-enactment, working models of early flying machines, and archival footage to trace man's attempts to fly from ancient times through the 1930's.
Give Me LibertyDecember 19, 1936
Patrick Henry's rousing speech before the Virginia legislature argues for colonial independence.
Old LouisianaMarch 1, 1937
The Louisiana Purchase is imminent and Gilmore is smuggling guns into St. Louis so his men can make him Governor of the new Louisiana Territory. But John Colfax fights to defeat Gilmore.
Old GloryJuly 7, 1939
Porky balks at learning the Pledge of Allegiance until Uncle Sam appears to him in a dream and gives him a lesson in American history.
ConfuciusJanuary 1, 1940
The film depicts Confucius's later life, as he traveled across a China divided by war and strife in an ultimately futile effort to teach various warlords and kings his particular philosophy.
The Power Behind the NationJanuary 1, 1941
A Documentary on the railways and their role in supporting the United States