1. Lip syncing history


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    This film for War Child was created by Doom & Dickson. More info on www.amsterdamadblog.com.

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    • World War II Japanese Zero


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      One of only three World War II Japanese Zero's still flying in the entire world. Getting ready to take to the skies over the Palm Springs Airport courtesy of the Palm Springs Air Museum yesterday. This Zero, owned and operated by the Commemorative Air Force, was delivered to the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Group #3. It originally had an air cooled rotary engine producing 1,130 hp and a top speed of 388 mph at almost 20,000 feet. In the flight demonstration you could easily see it's nimble and powerful maneuverability. Very Fun!

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      • SECRETS OF WAR - English Trailer


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        Limburg, 1943. Twelve year olds Tuur and Lambert are childhood friends living in an idyllic village during wartime. A war that separates what has lived together for so long. Tuur’s parents are secretly taking sides with the resistance while those of Lambert join the NSB. Then Maartje, a new girl who reportedly comes from the west, enters the lives of the boys. She has a big secret and decides only to share that with Tuur. A choice that drives the boys apart and eventually brings Maartje in great danger. Not only will Tuur probably lose his friendship with Lambert, but his whole family could be at risk. He will have to do everything in his power to safe both.

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        • Watch the Rhine_Official Trailer


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          Here's a sneak peek of "Watch the Rhine" brought to you by Director Taylor Dan Lucas, Cinematographer River Shelman and Producer J. Cole Lansden.

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          • AVC Oral History: William Peacock


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            U.S. Navy Veteran William Peacock witnessed much naval action in the European theater of the Second World War. Aboard LST 357, Peacock took part in the invasion of Sicily and Normandy, as well as several missions traveling back and forth between Italy and North Africa. His military career would continue beyond World War II, where he would go on to become a Captain.

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            • In the Wake of the Zaca


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              Presented by www.TheSailingChannel.TV. Browse our VOD collection at https://vimeo.com/sailflix/vod_pages/ Join our eNewsletter at www.thesailingchannel.tv/join for news and discount offers. A film by Luther Greene TheSailingChannel.TV is proud to bring you "In the Wake of the Zaca," the remarkable adventures of a California schooner. This award-winning documentary by Luther Greene captures a lost age of adventure, romance, and Hollywood glamour told through the history of a 75 year-old, 118 foot gaff-rigged topsail schooner. Launched in San Francisco on the eve of the great depression, Zaca explored stone-age civilizations in the South Pacific, patrolled the California coast as an armed ship of war during World War II, and served as party boat for sailor and swashbuckling actor, Errol Flynn. Left to languish as a striped hulk on a mud flat in the south of France, Zaca rose like the phoenix to sail again. Sail in her wake and gain a unique perspective on history and experience adventures most of us can only dream about.

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              • Best Bombshells


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                My 4th year film at CalArts. Watch other films made by my classmates: vimeo.com/channels/calartscharanimfilms2014

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                • B-24J Liberator - Palm Springs Air Museum


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                  The only restored flying B-24J in the world taking off from the Palm Springs Airport. Owned and operated by the Collings Foundation flying last weekend for the Palm Springs Air Museum, the Consolidated B-24 Liberator flew during World War II in the Pacific and Europe. I find it very exciting to point my camera at these tremendously fascinating and historic aircraft.

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                  • P-51C Mustang


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                    At the Palm Springs Air Museum. The Collings Foundation P-51C Mustang, the only fully dual control version still flying. As well, there are fewer than five of the early B and C versions still flying. General Dwight Eisenhower rode in the back seat of one of these two seat versions over the beaches of Normandy to direct the D-Day Invasion of World War II.

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                    • B-17 Flying Fortress


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                      There are only ten of the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress still flying and here is one of them. The B-17 flew daylight bombing missions over Europe in World War II. It was made famous in many movies but most recently in "Memphis Belle". April 16,2014 at the Palm Springs Air Museum. Also flying was the only fully restored B-24 Liberator bomber and the world's only dual control P-51 Mustang fighter. Both from World War II, now owned and operated by the Collings Foundation.

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