Awesome 1940s

MUZEN Original Ⅲ Bluetooth Speaker + Radio

MUZEN Original Ⅲ Bluetooth Speaker + Radio
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Muzen’s tabletop sound system has the look of a vintage Bakelite radio out of the 1940s but has modern technology inside. In addition to its AM/FM radio, it works as a Bluetooth speaker and has an auxiliary input for other sound sources. It cranks out 20 watts of power for room-filling sound. Gotta love that old-school tuning dial.

1948 Bowling Trick Shots

1948 Bowling Trick Shots

Long before Dude Perfect was posting trick shot videos on YouTube, bowler Andy Varipapa was knocking down pins with such skill that he could target specific pins on two separate lanes at the same time, throw backward strikes, and even bowl with his foot. This vintage newsreel’s voiceover is as entertaining as the bowling.

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Fleischer’s Superman in 4K

Fleischer’s Superman in 4K

Max and Dave Fleischer’s 1940s Superman cartoons are beloved. But the quality of the public domain videos online isn’t very good. Jose Argumedo ran the episode “The Bulleteers” through Waifu2x, a neural network upscaling application that recovered an incredible amount of detail, especially compared to the source video.

How to Dial a Phone c. 1949

How to Dial a Phone c. 1949

The next time your smartphone acts up, just sit back and watch this 1949 training film from the Bell System, which walks us through the numerous steps that telephone operators had to go through to connect two parties. Just remember to restore your dialing key, folks.

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