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Lazy Game Reviews (LGR) [lots of hidden stuff like playable online old games -- you can cheat by viewing its web page source code ]'s YouTube channel has maybe hundred videos, for over eleven/11 years, showing his "Weekly coverage of retro tech, PC games, and more! Classic computer gaming, Oddware, thrifting, Tech Tales, Sims, etc..."
Too many flashbacks for this old school ant!
"It took millions of steps to make one giant leap.
'Chasing the Moon,' a film by Robert Stone, reimagines the race to the moon for a new generation, upending much of the conventional mythology surrounding the effort. The series recasts the Space Age as a fascinating stew of scientific innovation, political calculation, media spectacle, visionary impulses and personal drama. Utilizing a visual feast of previously overlooked and lost archival material — much of which has never before been seen by the public — the film features a diverse cast of characters who played key roles in these historic events. Among those included are astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Frank Borman and Bill Anders; Sergei Khrushchev, son of the former Soviet premier and a leading Soviet rocket engineer; Poppy Northcutt, a 25-year old “mathematics whiz” who gained worldwide attention as the first woman to serve in the all-male bastion of NASA’s Mission Control; and Ed Dwight, the Air Force pilot selected by the Kennedy administration to train as America’s first black astronaut."
Apollo 11 In Real Time shows "A real-time journey through the first landing on the Moon -- This website consists entirely of original historical mission material...
Included real-time elements:
- All mission control film footage
- All TV transmissions and onboard film footage
- 2,000 photographs
- 11,000 hours of Mission Control audio
- 240 hours of space-to-ground audio
- All onboard recorder audio
- 15,000 searchable utterances
- Post-mission commentary
- Astromaterials sample data
A non-interactive YouTube video feed: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvQpaSKJaZA
It has the classic (the best) and the current modern (so so) versions. Also, it had been over 90 years for Popeye!
"The Discarded Image is an online video series that deconstructs well known pieces of cinema..."
Supervoid Cinema's YouTube channel shows its "In depth accounts of the 'Greatest Films Never Made', Prominent 'what ifs?' - Behind the scenes looks at development hell, cancelled movies and the reasons why some projects go down in flames."
It only has a few long videos since it started on March 15th, 2019.
Is Siftbot handling this?
"Welcome to Theme Park History! On this channel we took a look at the history of theme park attractions; big and small, old and new! ..."
"Ars Technica takes an in-depth look at the biggest hurdles developers face when creating some of the most popular video games of all time."