Best Documentary Movies of 1917

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A Trip Through China

1.6
6.8/10 IMDB

Documentary on the then-new Chinese Republic, taken over a ten-year period. Footage includes races at Shanghai, imperial ceremonies at the national Temple of Heaven, scenes of the destruction caused by the typhoon of 1914, and the installation of government officials at the Peking palaces.

Directed by: Benjamin Brodsky
Release date: 1917-05-22
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How the Cowboy Makes His Lariat

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5.0/10 IMDB

Wild West performer Pedro Leon is the highlight of this three-minute film that shows how cowboys make rope and various other items. Within the three-minutes we learn that horsehair is the best thing to use so we see a couple men, including Leon, put the hair together and from here we see how they get it prepared to use for rope and other items.

Starring: Pedro León ..
Release date: 1917-03-06
Best Documentary Movies of 1917 : Quaint Provincetown
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Quaint Provincetown

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0.0/10 IMDB

A documentary about life in Cape Cod which shows the streets of Provincetown as they were at the time. Children are featured playing hide and seek, ships with big masts are seen in the harbor and fishermen are filmed mending nets.

Release date: 1917-05-03
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Women’s Munition Work

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0.0/10 IMDB

This early public information film puts out an appeal for more women to take up munitions work - showing training centres, opportunities for work in the aircraft industry as well as the tempting prospect of a fun social life. (source: British Film Institute)

Release date: 1917-01-01

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