Best Documentary Movies of 1934

1.

La ruta de Don Quijote

2.7
6.6/10 IMDB

Short documentary about La Mancha seen through the eyes of the fiction characters Don Quijote and Sancho Panza.

Directed by: Ramón Biadiú
Release date: 1934-01-01
Best Documentary Movies of 1934 : Zion: Canyon of Colour
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Zion: Canyon of Colour

1.5
6.5/10 IMDB

Zion National Park, Utah, is our destination in this TravelTalk. Amongst other sights, we view the seven-hundred foot long Arch of Zion. To provide human access to the park, man made structures are just as spectacular in their engineering accomplishments; these include the Mount Carmel Highway and Tunnel, and Zion Lodge.

Starring: James A. FitzPatrick ..
Release date: 1934-11-27
Best Documentary Movies of 1934 : Roping Wild Bears
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Roping Wild Bears

1.4
6.2/10 IMDB

Wild bears that bother livestock are captured with ropes and shipped to zoos.

Starring: Pete Smith ..
Directed by: W. Earle Frank
Release date: 1934-02-10
4.

Hail Columbia

1.3
5.7/10 IMDB

This short film provides highlights from American history, focusing on George Washington's farewell to the troops to the War of 1812.

Starring: John B. Kennedy ..
Release date: 1934-08-28
Best Documentary Movies of 1934 : The First World War
5.

The First World War

0.0
0.0/10 IMDB

Produced by the Fox Movietone News arm of Fox Film Corporation and based on the book by Lawrence Stallings, this expanded newsreel, using stock-and-archive footage, tells the story of World War I from inception to conclusion. Alternating with scenes of trench warfare and intimate glimpses of European royalty at home, and scenes of conflict at sea combined with sequences of films from the secret archives of many of the involved nations.

Starring: Pedro de Cordoba ..
Release date: 1934-11-08
Best Documentary Movies of 1934 : Man of Aran
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Man of Aran

0.0
7.3/10 IMDB

For the last 200 years the Aran Islands have exercised a powerfully romantic fascination on the outside world which is without equal anywhere else in the country. They were believed to contain the essence of the ancient Irish life, represented by a pure uncorrupted peasant existence centred around the struggle between man and his hostile but magnificent surroundings. This myth, strengthened by the writings of Yeats and especially Synge was hugely expanded by the release in 1934 of Man of Aran, a documentary on the life of the Island people. This film won international acclaim and explained in no small way why so many different nationalities walk the surface of Aran in their thousands between May and October each year.

Starring: Colman 'Tiger' King, Maggie Dirrane, Michael Dirrane ..
Directed by: Robert J. Flaherty
Release date: 1934-04-24
Best Documentary Movies of 1934 : Granton Trawler
7.

Granton Trawler

0.0
0.0/10 IMDB

Documentary following an Edinburgh fishing trawler, the "Isabella Grieg".

Directed by: Edgar Anstey, John Grierson
Release date: 1934-10-18
8.

Holland in Tulip Time

0.0
6.5/10 IMDB

This FitzPatrick Traveltalks short visits Holland in springtime, going first to the below-sea-level fishing village of Volendam, then to the capital city of Amsterdam. We then turn our sights to the cultivation of flowering spring bulbs - tulips and hyacinths. No other country is as renowned for bulb cultivation as is Holland.

Starring: James A. FitzPatrick ..
Directed by: Ruth FitzPatrick
Release date: 1934-09-18
9.

Ireland: 'The Emerald Isle'

0.0
0.0/10 IMDB

This Traveltalk visit to Ireland starts with a look at the countryside, with its farms, small villages, and fields with walls and fences built of stone without the use of mortar. We then visit Hope Castle in Castleblayney and end our journey in Galway.

Starring: James A. FitzPatrick ..
Directed by: Ruth FitzPatrick
Release date: 1934-12-11
10.

Dealers in Death

0.0
0.0/10 IMDB

This documentary film is a pacifistic polemic that presents the argument that the world's largest munitions works, principally those in Europe, work in conjunction with one another, even when their countries are wartime enemies. These munitions works, in the interest of making money, manipulate wartime conditions to prolong wars.

Starring: Basil Ruysdael ..
Directed by: Monroe Shaff
Release date: 1934-01-01

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