Scopitones: music videos played on dismantled WWII airplanes

Scopitones: music videos played on dismantled WWII airplanes:Cory Doctorow:Jacob sez, “‘Scopitones’ are music videos from the 1960s, designed to be played in a film jukebox that was built in France from surplus WWII airplane parts. Check out the archive of Scopitones –i t’s full of such retro treasures as a Nancy Sinatra video for ‘The Boots Are Made For Walking’ and a Neil Sedaka video for ‘Calendar Girl.’ Dig those crazy outfits!”Link(Thanks, Jacob!)

cool stuff….

0 comments on “Scopitones: music videos played on dismantled WWII airplanes

  1. weez says:

    This just made my day.

  2. jeremy says:

    yep, it made mine too, especially the french parts.