Best Documentary Movies of 1952
A day in the life of a train station.
Documentary about the production of a small town weekly newspaper from reporting to printing.
The film is a short documentary about alchemical engravings.
Early Lindsay Anderson industrial film promoting Sutcliffe's conveyors. Three different uses of Sutcliffe's conveyor installations.
Here's a Health to the Barley Mow
Documentary short showing folk singing and step dancing traditions in a Suffolk pub.
The Flying Saucer Mystery
An early documentary examining reports and hypotheses about flying saucers.
Duck and Cover
Instructional short aimed at school-aged children of the early 1950s that combines animation and live-action footage with voice-over narration to explain what to do to increase their chances of surviving the blast from an atomic bomb.
A young Navajo Indian boy is caught up in the conflict of cultures when he rejects the white man's school. Told in semi-documentary style.
This Is My Railroad
A film about the Southern PAcific Railroad and the men and women who keep the trains running
The California Zephyr
The tale of The California Zephyr, part of the Blackhawk Railroad Series