222 Great Films in Public Domain

222 Great Films in Public Domain

I like lists. I like old movies. I like free. Naturally, I love Open Culture. The blog is in my “Start Here” folder in my feed reader and I often find awesome stuff to share at this site.  I read it almost everyday.

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Bruce Lee’s Lost TV Interview

Bruce Lee’s Lost TV Interview

In Hong Kong, teams visited the memorial statu...
In Hong Kong, teams visited the memorial statue of martial artist and film star Bruce Lee on the Avenue of Stars. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

An Open Culture article brought my attention to this video. The 25-minute interview originally took place in 1971. I know a good number of people who are into the martial arts. I thought they might like it if I gave this shout out.

If you are interested in more Bruce Lee, his audition for The Green Hornet, for example, there are links in the article at Open Culture. The video is after the break.

This work has fortunately fallen into public domain.

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The Simpsons Perform Edgar Allen Poe, The Raven

The Simpsons – Edgar Allan Poe – The Raven

Seems The Simpsons did a version of The Raven.  The video has also become a suggestion for educational curriculum. I am of the school of thought that education can also be entertaining. I had a physics professor who embraced the idea of entertaining while teaching… more on him later. Once again, I found this at Open Culture. I like the idea of using this video of The Simpsons presenting The Raven as an educational tool.

Additionally, the video is worth the watch and anyone can enjoy it. It is right after the break, check it out.

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