The March of Time

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The March of Time is an American short film series sponsored by Time Inc. and shown in movie theaters from 1935 to 1951.wikipedia
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The March of Time (radio program)

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It was based on a radio news series broadcast from 1931 to 1945.
The radio series was the basis of the famed March of Time newsreel series shown in movie theaters from 1935 to 1951.

Academy Honorary Award

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Produced and written by Louis de Rochemont and his brother Richard de Rochemont, The March of Time was recognized with an Academy Honorary Award in 1937.

Louis de Rochemont

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Produced and written by Louis de Rochemont and his brother Richard de Rochemont, The March of Time was recognized with an Academy Honorary Award in 1937.
Louis de Rochemont (January 13, 1899 – December 23, 1978) was an American film maker known for creating, along with Roy E. Larsen from Time, Inc., the monthly theatrically shown newsreels The March of Time.

Time (magazine)

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The editors of Time described it as "pictorial journalism".
In his book, The March of Time, 1935–1951, Raymond Fielding also noted that Larsen was "originally circulation manager and then general manager of Time, later publisher of Life, for many years president of Time Inc., and in the long history of the corporation the most influential and important figure after Luce".

Westbrook Van Voorhis

The "voice" of both series was Westbrook Van Voorhis.
He is perhaps best known for his work on The March of Time radio and newsreel series, where he became known as the "Voice of Doom", as well as for the catchphrase, "Time...marches on!".

Richard de Rochemont

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Produced and written by Louis de Rochemont and his brother Richard de Rochemont, The March of Time was recognized with an Academy Honorary Award in 1937.
Richard de Rochemont (December 13, 1903 – August 2, 1982) was an American documentary filmmaker in the late 1940s, who worked on the March of Time newsreel series.

Time Inc.

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The March of Time is an American short film series sponsored by Time Inc. and shown in movie theaters from 1935 to 1951.
He also produced The March of Time radio and newsreel series.

Paramount News

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Newsreel series such as Pathé News (1910–56), Paramount News (1927–57), Fox Movietone News (1928–63), Hearst Metrotone News/News of the Day (1914–67), and Universal Newsreel (1929–67) continued for a while longer.
Paramount cameramen shot some rare exclusive footage, putting Paramount News near the forefront of the competition with other newsreel operations such as Pathé News (1910-1956), Fox Movietone News (1928-1963), Hearst Metrotone News (1914-1967), Universal Newsreel (1929-1967), and The March of Time (1935-1951).

Crusade in Europe

Its first TV series, Crusade in Europe (1949), received a Peabody Award and one of the first Emmy Awards.
Produced as part of The March of Time, the 26-episode TV series showed World War II film footage from the US military and other sources, with a voice soundtrack based on a narration of the book.

Lead Belly

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The newspapers were eager to write about the "singing convict," and Time magazine made one of its first March of Time newsreels about him.

Hearst Metrotone News

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Newsreel series such as Pathé News (1910–56), Paramount News (1927–57), Fox Movietone News (1928–63), Hearst Metrotone News/News of the Day (1914–67), and Universal Newsreel (1929–67) continued for a while longer.
Other U.S. newsreel series include The March of Time (1935-1951), Pathé News (1910-1956), Paramount News (1927-1957), Fox Movietone News (1928-1963), and Universal Newsreel (1929-1967).

Pathé News

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Newsreel series such as Pathé News (1910–56), Paramount News (1927–57), Fox Movietone News (1928–63), Hearst Metrotone News/News of the Day (1914–67), and Universal Newsreel (1929–67) continued for a while longer.
Other U.S. newsreel series included Paramount News (1927–1957), Fox Movietone News (1928–1963), Hearst Metrotone News/News of the Day (1914–1967), Universal Newsreel (1929–1967) and The March of Time (1935–1951).

Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short Subject)

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Universal Newsreel

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Newsreel series such as Pathé News (1910–56), Paramount News (1927–57), Fox Movietone News (1928–63), Hearst Metrotone News/News of the Day (1914–67), and Universal Newsreel (1929–67) continued for a while longer.
Other U.S. newsreel series included Pathé News (1910–1956), Fox Movietone News (1928–1963), Hearst Metrotone News/News of the Day (1914–1967), Paramount News (1927–1957), and The March of Time (1935–1951).

Show Business at War

Show Business at War is a short film made by The March of Time in 1943 to tout the United States film industry's contribution to the Second World War effort.

Atomic Power (film)

Atomic Power
Atomic Power is an American short documentary film produced by The March of Time and released to theaters August 9, 1946, one year after the end of World War II.

Upbeat in Music

Upbeat in Music is a 1943 short film produced as part of The March of Time series distributed theatrically by 20th Century Fox.

Nick LaRocca

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He and the reunited Original Dixieland Jazz Band performed "Tiger Rag" in The March of Time newsreel segment titled "Birth of Swing," released to U.S. theaters February 19, 1937.

The Golden Twenties

The Golden Twenties is a 1950 American documentary film, which used footage from the March of Time newsreels.

Norman G. Baker

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Among several libel suits, in 1938, Baker sued RKO for $1.1 million after the March of Time newsreel had portrayed him as a quack.

The Ramparts We Watch

The Ramparts We Watch is a 1940 American drama film, the first of four full-length features produced by The March of Time, which was much more well known for the series of newsreels they produced from 1935 to 1951.

Inside Nazi Germany

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It is an episode of the newsreel series The March of Time.

Citizen Kane

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The March of Time series was satirized in Orson Welles's film Citizen Kane (1941) with the News on the March segment showing the life and funeral of the fictional Charles Foster Kane.
The News on the March sequence that begins the film satirizes the journalistic style of The March of Time, the news documentary and dramatization series presented in movie theaters by Time Inc. From 1935 to 1938 Welles was a member of the uncredited company of actors that presented the original radio version.

Norway in Revolt

Norway in Revolt is a 1941 American short documentary film that was an episode in the newsreel series The March of Time.