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blast into the past where dreams came true

kyle silva

on 20 April 2010

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Transcript of MY NIFTY 1920S LIFE

MY NIFTY 1920S LIFE my favorite cartoon,
Mickey Mouse Since 1928 "where dreams came true " "bank's closed" "bee's knees" "beef" "beeswax" "razz" "sap" "shiv" "swanky" "upchuck" "whoope" "pipedown" "hoofer" Walter Elias Disney world Famous Mickey Mouse was the first character made by Walt Disney My Slyy Fashion Racoon coat Leather Jacket Suit like Al Capone vibrant and young V-neck sweater knickers!! My Presidents Wooderow Wilson Warren G. Harding Herbert Hoover Calvin Coolidge 1913-1921 1921-1923 1923-1929 1929-1933 Staunton, Virginia Nineteenth Amendment(1920) "The seed of revolution is repression." died as president due to heart attack "Let the black man vote when he is fit to vote, prohibit the white man voting when he is unfit to vote." teapot dome scandal Corsica, Ohio. "The business of America is business."
Immigration Act of 1924 Plymouth Notch, Vermont "Every time the government is forced to act, we lose something in self-reliance, character, and initiative." Stock Market Crash (1929) West Branch, Iowa all American woman have the right to vote limited the amount of immigration to the United States scandal over reserved oil under a teapot shaped stone everyone tried to sale at the same time and no one wanted to buy stocks causing the stock market crash in terms of supply and demand was born in Chicago, Illinois, on December 5, 1901 inventor of Walt Disney productions Steamboat Willie MYCELEBRITIES American Gansta AL CAPONE Brooklyn Rippers Forty Thieves Juniors born in Brooklyn, New York quit school in grade 6 notorious Five Points gang Scarface AMERICAS MOST WELL KNOWN GANGSTER

DIED FROM A HEART ATTACK Coco chanel 1883-1971 real name: Gabrielle Chanel Fashion designer creator of what is now top brand Chanel Charlie Chaplin best known for "the tramp"

He was born in London England on the 16th of April, 1889
Died on in 1977 in his sleep
Left school before he could properly read and write

won three Oscars English comic actor my idols BABE RUTH

number: 3
real name:George Herman Ruth, Jr. born on February 6, 1895 in Baltimore, Maryland died on August 16, 1948, New York "The Babe" "The Great Bambino" "The Sultan of Swat" "The Home Run King" Outfield First Base Pitcher 1914-19 Boston Red Sox 1920-34 New York Yankees 1935 Boston Braves retired in 1948 Johnny Weissmuller 1st swimmer in the world to swim a 100m under a minute set the record in 1922 born in Hungary, than moved to United States (1904 - 1984) fasted swimmer of the 1920s five olympic gold medals 67 world titles was an underwear model was an actor who played the role ofTarzan GOT NO MONEY, HONEY shirt: $ 2.75 shoes: $ 7.00 suit: $50.00 bread: $0.10 chicken: $0.35 dozen eggs: $0.53 gas: $1.7 a gallon car avrg: $650.00 house: $4,000.00 avrg salary:$1236 MY FAV MOVIES Metropolis (1927) DIRECTOR:Fritz Lang
actor: Alfred Abel actress: Brigitte Helm science-fiction set in 2026 machines take over Man Jobyna Ralston (1899-1967) started of a dancer top actress of the 1920's had one kid comedy films " why worry" "hot water" "the freshmen" mainly did silent films was arrested once MY AWESOME F.A.D'S flag pole sitting PEOPLE WOULD SIT ON POLES HIGH IN THE SKY AS A TEST OF ENDURANCE drive-in theaters watching movies from your car was funnier
than watching them at a theater is a Chinese board game that came out in
the 1920’s which sold better
than the radio Mahjong Charleston dance became a famous quick moving dance after being viewed on a Broadway musical work cited 1982, By. "Walt Disney World History." WDWMAGIC.COM WDW, Walt Disney World News Rumors Photos Reviews Discussion Forum. Web. 19 Apr. 2010. <http://www.wdwmagic.com/Walt-Disney-World-History.htm>. Kelly, Martin. "Woodrow Wilson - Fast Facts - Twenty-Eighth President Woodrow Wilson." American History From About. Web. 19 Apr. 2010. <http://americanhistory.about.com/od/woodrowwilson/a/ff_w_wilson.htm>. "History Files - Al Capone." — Chicago History Museum. Web. 19 Apr. 2010. <http://www.chicagohs.org/history/capone.html>. "The Biography Channel - Bios Search." Biography.com. Web. 19 Apr. 2010. <http://www.biography.com/articles/>. "Food." Bryant University. Web. 19 Apr. 2010. <http://web.bryant.edu/~ehu/h364proj/sprg_97/hamlin/food.htm>. "Top 10 Movies of the 1920s - TopTenReviews.com." TopTenREVIEWS Movies Reviews - TopTenREVIEWS. Web. 19 Apr. 2010. <http://movies.toptenreviews.com/list_d1920.htm>. "Metropolis (1927)." TCM Turner Classic Movies. Web. 19 Apr. 2010. <http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title.jsp?stid=5892>.
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