Best Documentary Movies of 1922


Tommy Tucker's Tooth

4.9/10 IMDB

The ten minute short Tommy Tucker’s Tooth from 1922, is a traditional black and white silent movie, with cards narrating the text and dialogue. It is an educational film, that combined live action and animation. I was surprised how little animation there was. But the scenes that blend live action and animation, though simple in our current day, were likely an interesting challenge for Iwerks.

Starring: Jack Records ..
Directed by: Walt Disney
Release date: 1922-12-06

A Day with the Gipsies

6.9/10 IMDB

A troupe of gypsies takes a traveler along with them on their day trip.

Directed by: Gaston Quiribet
Release date: 1922-01-01


0.0/10 IMDB

Documentary about Haarlem.

Directed by: Willy Mullens
Release date: 1922-01-01
Best Documentary Movies of 1922 : Wonders of the Sea

Wonders of the Sea

0.0/10 IMDB

A film by John Ernest Williamson

Starring: J. Ernest Williamson ..
Directed by: J. Ernest Williamson
Release date: 1922-10-14

Nanook of the North

7.7/10 IMDB

This pioneering documentary film depicts the lives of the indigenous Inuit people of Canada's northern Quebec region. Although the production contains some fictional elements, it vividly shows how its resourceful subjects survive in such a harsh climate, revealing how they construct their igloo homes and find food by hunting and fishing. The film also captures the beautiful, if unforgiving, frozen landscape of the Great White North, far removed from conventional civilization.

Starring: Allakariallak, Nyla, Cunayou, Allee, Allegoo ..
Directed by: Robert J. Flaherty
Release date: 1922-06-11

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