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Superman #202, January 1968, cover by Curt Swan
A disturbed-looking little girl in a German ice cream ad..(1960s)
EXCERPTS >|< Experiment in the Revival of the Organism (1940)
A video from Prelinger Archives.
A series of gifs excerpted from Experiment in the Revival of Organism: a disturbing film about the successful experiments in the resuscitation of life conducted by Dr. S.S. Bryukhonenko, in 1940, at the Institute of Experimental Physiology and Therapy, Voronezh, U.S.S.R.
Director: D.I. Yashin
Camera: E.V. Kashina
Narrator: Professor Walter B. Cannon
Introduced by Professor J.B.S. Haldane
Una serie di gif estratte da Experiment in the Revival of Organism: un inquietante filmato sulla riuscita sperimentazione riguardo la resuscitazione condotta dal Dr. S.S. Bryukhonenko, nel 1940, all’istituto di terapia e fisiologia sperimentale,Voronezh, U.S.S.R.
EXCERPTS by OKKULT MOTION PICTURES: a collection of gifs excerpted from open source/unknown/rare/controversial moving images. A digital humanities project for the diffusion of open knowledge.
A piglet which is being treated by the PDSA (People’s Dispensary for Animals) in Ilford with a sun ray lamp, to cure a skin ailment, 1938 (via)
CAL THEMES: 1967 YOU’RE MY HANG-UP! Furry Oily Rubber Troll
The Blood of the Murdered Crying for Vengeance
New College, Oxford University, Oxford
Original cover art for Weird Science #13 by Wally Wood, published by EC Comics, May 1952.
The Kuba Komet. This is the Kuba Komet from Germany. The KUBA Corporation manufactured the Komet from 1957 to 1962 in Wolfenbuttel, West Germany. These were kind of an early version of the entertainment center, as there were 8 speakers embedded in this along with a record player, a radio, and a TV tuner in the bottom cabinet. For an extra charge you could also get a early version of a type of tape recorder and a Remote control with UHF tuner. Another cool feature of these sets was the ability to swivel the top as you can see in the above picture. Komets were not small by any means. The set stands approx. 5′ 7″ tall, it’s over 7′ wide and weighs about 300 pounds. The cost then was approximately $700 – $1,250.00 US.
MAGIC WHISTLE #14 is in the can and ready for release in June, but he’re roughs for a story in the issue after that,
Frank Sinatra for Chesterfield, 1957.