THE SS NORMANDIE… crossing the Atlantic and in New York City – 1930s… French Line NORMANDIE – Part One French Line NORMANDIE – Part Two French Line NORMANDIE – Part Three These are probably the finest video available of trans-Atlantic liner service in the late 1930s. Excellent color footage of the French Line’s famous SS NORMANDIE. SS Normandie was an ... Read More »
Monthly Archives: June 2012
Video: Sending out an SOS to save the SS UNITED STATES. The historic United States Lines trans-Atlantic liner was designed by a Philadelphia Main Liner
Video: Sending out an SOS to save the SS UNITED STATES. The historic United States Lines trans-Atlantic liner was designed by a Philadelphia Main Liner. Criuising The Past thanks Ryan Richards and for this excellent story on the SS UNITED STATES. By Ryan Richards firstname.lastname@example.org (Left) The SS United States as viewed from the second level of the IKEA cafeteria. Photos/video ... Read More »
For over a decade, “Titanic” stood as the world’s top-grossing movie, an epic tale of love, adventure, disaster and sacrifice. When it was made, James Cameron was lauded for his attention to detail and accuracy, but modern technology and new theories are telling a different story of what really happened to the “unsinkable” ship. Smithsonian interviews historians, engineers, and scientists ... Read More »
Is HBO’s THE NEWSROOM just a second rate cable version of the hit movie BROADCAST NEWS or a boring homage to the masterpiece NETWORK. NETWORK?
Social History REVIEW: FIRST REVIEW OF HBO’S THE NEWSROOM. As a trenchant satire of “trash TV,” Network seems to grow only more relevant with each passing year. How can THE NEWSROOM be taken seriously after seeing this great Academy Award winner film? Sam Waterston and Jeff Daniels in THE NEWSROOM. THE “WEST WING” CREATOR tells an alluring new ... Read More »
SS ATLANTIC – AMERICAN BANNER LINES – From a failed pioneering tourist liner to a celebrated university at sea. American Banner Lines 1957-1958 Arnold Bernstein chartered in the summer of 1948 a passenger ship the CONTINENTAL (ex ANCON of 1902) for four round voyages from New York to Plymouth and Antwerp. In 1950-1951 Arnold Bernstein was involved with the Incres ... Read More »