Handlebars (1933)

Approved   |    |  Comedy, Short


A humorous history of the bicycle since 1819.


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6 March 2006 | amsnare
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| Handlebars - very good indeed
A good example of how education can be fun, even laughable. And that Jules White - what a prolific worker ! I was almost looking for the Three Stooges to be in "Handlebars", even if but a cameo role. But wonder how historical "Handlebars" really was, to me it was believable and humorous, where Mr White was quite good . And how many know that the Wright Brothers were originally bicycle builders on the late 1800s in Dayton, Ohio, as I recall. Leonardo di Vinci, of course inverted the bicycle, but he forgot the brakes, which did not make their appearance until the 30s. Is it not strange, now that the bike is complete and safe, now our safety-Nazis want everyone to use a helmet... Ah - to back in the carefree days of yore..

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Genres

Comedy | Short

Details

Release Date:

26 August 1933

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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