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E.M. Newman Travel Talks: Little Journeys to Great Masters: New Glimpses of Old World Art Treasures (1931)

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August 1931 (USA)  »

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First entry in the E. M. Newman Globe Trotter World-Wide Travel Talks series of one reel travelogues. See more »

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26 April 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Little Journeys to Great Masters (1931)

** (out of 4)

Early short was the first entry in the E.M. Newman Globe Trotter World Wide Travel Talks series, which were produced to show people various historical sites across the world. I'm really not sure how many of these were produced or if they gave way to the TravelTalk shorts but this one here is fairly interesting for its day but it doesn't hold too much water when viewed today since there are better documents out there to show off these events shown in the movie. I'm sure this type of film was a great benefit to those in 1931 but I think the only value this film has today is for those wanting to see the shorts of this era. This first film shows great art from various places including Greek myths and the Milan Cathedral.


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