Golden Twenties

United States, 1949

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Episode of Series “March of Time”.
A chronicle of America’s Jazz Age based on a study of the 1920’s by Frederick Lewis Allen and Samuel Wood Bryant. Over 150 famous people appear, including the Prince of Wales, H.G. Wells, Thomas Edison, Woodrow Wilson, Charles Lindbergh and Al Capone. Famous sporting personalities and entertainers are presented including excerpts from feature films of the era starring Rudolp Valentino, Al Jolson and Greta Garbo among others. Edited by Leo Zochling.

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