Best Documentary Movies of 1933

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All at Sea

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All at Sea
"All at Sea" is a short documentary of Cooke, Charlie Chaplin and Paulette Goddard all on Chaplin's yacht on an afternoon sail.
Starring: Charlie Chaplin, Alistair Cooke, Paulette Goddard
Release date: 1933-01-01
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Jazz a la Cuba

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One of the short little films featuring Don Aspiazu of his own orchestra, a good example of the style of Cubano jazz in the 1920's and 1930's, combined with some sporadic, picturesque images of contemporary Cuba.
Starring: Don Aspiazu
Release date: 1933-07-07
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India Speaks

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India Speaks
A documentary of explorer Richard Halliburton's travels on the Indian sub-continent, featuring a mix of real and staged footage.
Starring: Richard Halliburton
Directed by: Walter Futter, Richard Halliburton
Release date: 1933-04-28
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Eat 'Em Alive

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Eat 'Em Alive
Animal life in the American desert is depicted with an emphasis on the battles between various combatants in the struggle to either eat or be eaten.
Starring: Harold Austin, Harold Austin
Directed by: Harold Austin
Release date: 1933-01-01
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The Rugged Island: A Shetland Lyric

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The Rugged Island: A Shetland Lyric
Hailed by John Grierson as 'one of the best descriptions of life in the country anybody has yet made', the film follows a young couple torn between the choice of emigration to Australia or remaining to work their croft in Shetland.
Starring: John Gilbertson, Enga Stout
Directed by: Jenny Gilbertson
Release date: 1933-01-01

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