“Sweet Smell of Success,” Trailer, 1957
(Amazing cinematography by James Wong Howe (1899-1976)…)
“Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb,” trailer, 1964
“A Slight Case of Murder,” trailer, 1938
Introducing One Of America’s Ace Columnists: Mark Hellinger
The Roaring Twenties, Trailer, 1939
“Today’s headlines tell a harrowing story of a world gone mad…”
“The Sleeping City,” Trailer, 1950
“…the story of a live city…”
The Naked City Trailer, 1948
“…the story of a live city…”
“Big City Blues”; Wynonie “Mr. Blues” Harris and His All-Stars; Wynonie; Harris; Aladdin (196B); 1947
(copied from youtube)
File under: Current Events: Movies
Here are some interesting facts about the New York City population:
With a July 2015 population of 8,550,405, New York is the most populous city in the United States, more than twice the size of the second largest city, Los Angeles.
About 1 in every 38 people living in the United States resides in New York City.
New York has the highest population density of any major city in the United States, with over 27,000 people per square mile.
Over 3 million of New York City’s residents are foreign-born; over one-quarter arrived in 2000 or later.
Nearly 2 million New Yorkers are under the age of 18.
New York City has more people than 40 of the 50 U.S. states.
New York City has grown by over 1 million people since 1990.
The 2014 median age in New York City was 35.8 years, almost two years lower than the national median of 37.7 years.
Over one-third of the population 25 and over in New York City has a bachelor’s degree or higher, compared to 30 percent nationally.
There are nearly 400,000 more women than men in New York.
There is a birth in New York City every 4.4 minutes.
There is a death in New York City every 9.1 minutes.
The borough of Brooklyn on its own would be the 4th largest city in the United States; Queens would also rank 4th nationally.
The average commute for New Yorkers is just over 40 minutes, about 14 minutes longer than the national average.
New York City has the largest Chinese population of any city outside of Asia.
Half of all New Yorkers speak a language other than English at home.
Over 200 languages are spoken in New York City.
“Here’s What Makes a Museum Modern by Henry Simon.”
(“Coffee Concerts” started at 9 PM. Museum admission was $1.50. In May 1941 $1.50 had the same buying power as $27.59 in March 2021; in May 2021, museum admission is $25. The Sophistichords, Herman Chittison, solo, and John Kirby and his Orchestra, from Cafe Society Uptown… One of the songs performed by Herman Chittison at MoMA on April 30, 1941 was The Man I Love. One of the songs performed by John Kirby and his Orchestra was Double Talk.)
The Man I Love, Herman Chittison, 1941 (piano solo).
Double Talk, John Kirby and his Orchestra, 1941.
PM, May 1, 1941, p.7
‘Citizen Kane’ Gets A Running Start
Citizen Kane, the Orson Welles movie which for four months has withstood a nationwide Heartskrieg, opens tonight, 8:30, at the Palace. Its advance business, nourished by the newspaper controversy, is booming…
…”I can always show it,” he said. “I’ll show it in a ballpark with four screens, in auditoriums, at fairs, in circus tents, in necessary…”
Flamingo, Herman Chittison, 1941 (piano solo).
I Should Care, Herman Chittison Trio, 1945.
(Trailer for “The Killer That Stalked New York” screenshot)
(“The Killer That Stalked New York” screenshots)
(“The Killer That Stalked New York,” on archive.org, screenshots)
(Trailer for “The Killer That Stalked New York” screenshots)