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American Lifestyles(1987)

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MISCELLANEOUS NOTES

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  • Released in United States April 29, 1987
  • Released in United States on Video April 29, 1987
  • "The March of Time" newsreels, which began in 1935 and ended in 1951, were shown in theaters worldwide during the years of production as shorts before the feature presentation. They utilized actuality footage as well as staged re-enactments in their depiction of events occuring in the world.
  • 35mm
  • b&w
  • Part 1: "Show Business: The War Years" consists of the following newsreels: "The Movie Marches On" (1939) "Show Business at War" (1943) "Challenge to Hollywood" (1945).
  • Part 2: "Show Business: The Postwar Years" consists of the following newsreels: "The Nightclub Boom (1946) "Is Everybody Listening" (1947) "On Stage" "It's in the Groove" (1949) "Beauty at Work" (1950).
  • Part 3: "The American Family: The War Years" consists of the following newsreels: "Americans All" (1941/1944) "Mr. and Mrs. America" (1942) "America's Food Crisis" (1943) "Where's the Meat?" (1945).
  • Part 4: "The American Family: The Postwar Years" consists of the following newreels: "Life With Baby" "Nobody's Children" (1946) "Life With Junior" "Life With Grandpa" "Marriage and Divorce" (1948).
  • Part 5: "America's Youth" consists of the following newreels: "America's Youth" (1940) "Youth in Crisis" (1943) "Teenage Girls" (1945) "The Fight For Better Schools" (1949) "Schools March On" (1950).
  • Part 6: "American Fashion and Leisure" consists of the following newsreels: "American Beauty" (1945) "Tomorrow's Mexico" (1946) "Fashion Means Business" (1947) "The Fight Game" (1948) "Wish You Were Here" (1949) "The Male Look" (1950).
  • Shot between 1939-1950.
  • Released in United States April 29, 1987
  • Released in United States on Video April 29, 1987 (as a 6 cassette series)