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Detroit Unleaded

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A fresh take on boy-meets-girl comedy set in Detroit. Sami (E.J. Assi) runs his immigrant family's gas station with his cousin Mike (Mike Batayeh, "Breaking Bad"), a charismatic hustler with dreams of expanding into an unleaded empire. More than just a pit stop for late-night gas and rolling papers, their station is where a steady stream of unforgettable and often hilarious customers flow through. When a gorgeous "up-do girl" named Najlah (Nada Shouhayib) comes to deliver cheap long-distance phone cards, Sami quickly falls for her from behind the bulletproof glass. Afraid her overprotective brother Fadi (Steven Soro) will disapprove, Najlah begins an under-the-counter romance with Sami, making his shift anything but routine. ​​Made and cast in Detroit, the film stars first-time featu [...]
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2012
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The Anglers [electronic resource]: Trout Fishing on the Au Sable River

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Scenes of trout fishing, campfire cooking, produced by the Ford Motor Company.
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1919
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Detroit High School Parade [electronic resource]

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Shows a high school parade in Detroit in the early 20th century, produced by the Ford Motor Company.
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1917
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Detroit, Michigan [electronic resource]

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Scenes of Detroit, Michigan, produced by the Ford Motor Company.
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1921
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Ford News No. 4226 [electronic resource]

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Newsreels produced by the Ford Motor Company were weekly news updates on events throughout the world. They were shown in theaters around the United States.
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1934
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Ford Strike, Sabotage [electronic resource]

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Scenes of a Ford strike and sabotage, produced by the Ford Motor Company.
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1941
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Greenfield Village [electronic resource]

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Scenes of Greenfield Village in Detroit, Michigan. Produced by the Ford Motor Company.
Online
1936
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Lumber Camp, Iron Mountain [electronic resource]

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Scenes of snowy a lumber camp, produced by the Ford Motor Company.
Online
1926
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Lumbering in the North Woods [electronic resource]

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Scenes of lumbering operations, produced by the Ford Motor Company.
Online
1919
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Michigan State Fair [electronic resource]

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Scenes of the Michigan State Fair, produced by the Ford Motor Company.
Online
1923
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Soul Survivors [electronic resource]

After Clementine Barfield's son was murdered, she founded the Save Our Sons And Daughters organization in Detroit to combat violence. Today, she counsels victims of violence and teaches children how to create a more peaceful world. Her organization sponsors rallies and peace walks, and holds classes to teach children how to resolve arguments by using nonviolent methods. Barfield's door-to-door crusade against violence in neglected neighborhoods is documented by her daughter, Linda, who is also trying to cope with her brother's death.
Online
1996
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The Rouge [electronic resource]: The Factory and the Workers

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When it was built in 1918, the Ford motor plant in Detroit was the largest industrial complex in the world. The plant was the embodiment of Henry Ford's vision to build cars that every American working man could afford to buy. Using old footage, The Rouge captures the flavor of the early part of the century when thousands of workers flocked to Detroit in search of a better life. They came from Europe, from Mexico, and the southern United States to work on the assembly line. The Rouge became an important part of labor history from the time it was built until the time it was organized by the United Auto Workers in 1941. When the Depression hit the country, the Rouge workers were laid off and suffered in great numbers. At the height of the depression, five workers were killed outside of [...]
Online
1998