This 1946 General Electric film is an attempt to get rural communities to invest in building or expanding their electric supply infrastructure. I’m not going to lie–this is pretty boring.
Building on my podcast last week with Jarod Roll, his book discusses briefly a 1940 film called Men and Dust. This is a leftist film about the life of the lead and zinc miners in the Tri-State area of
Many of you have not been fortunate enough to live in the Pacific Northwest. If you grew up there like I did, one thing you are very familiar with is the quality of Rainer Beer commercials. The best i
This 1950 propaganda film by the American Meat Institute, a pure and beautiful example of meat industry propaganda, rides that fine line of both boring and awesome at the same. There’s no criter
In the “Let’s Make a Sandwich” thread the other day, someone brought up Dream of a Rarebit Fiend, the absolutely bonkers 1906 film about someone who eats too much Welsh rarebit (and
What would make more sense for a day of fundraising than a video of classic fundraising? If you don’t give us an appropriate amount of money, this series is going to be nothing but bad telethon
Tonight’s entry is this more than slightly terrifying 1993 Canadian PSA. What’s really notable about this, other than the horrifying puppets in your face and of course the potential to tur
It’s been a busy week for sandwich talk at LGM and across the internet. But have we acknowledged our foremothers and the sandwich-based media of the past? We have not! That changes now with the