Cinema: Back to Life

For 16 years, the MARCH OF TIME successfully pioneered a new movie field: the documentary newsreel. This year, MOT stopped shooting its regular monthly films to concentrate on TV documentaries (TIME, July 16). But the old TIMES were not gone forever. Last month, in two Manhattan theaters, MOT revived seven of its 205 film essays, billed as "The MARCH OF TIME'S History in the Making Series." Last week, encouraged by the box-office returns in Manhattan, MOT decided to reissue its whole stock of 205 films in eleven other coast-to-coast cities, planned to include more cities as prints became available. Sample sights...

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