The 3 Most Fascinating Films You’ll See Today

Thrills and major excitement await when you watch these 1940s films from the British Council Film Archive. Well, if you particularly like mold. Or onions. Or, of course, non-Gingrich Newts.

1. The Life Cycle of the Pin Mould

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Fascinating fact: According to the British Council site, “It was decided to make a film about mould due to its universal presence.”

2. The Life History of the Onion

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Fascinating fact: The British Council site explains that It is unclear why the term ‘life cycle’, used in the other Junior Biology films, was changed to ‘life history’ in this case. In the original Films of Britain distribution booklets it is nonetheless referred to as ‘The Life Cycle of The Onion.’

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