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Total runtime of this DVD is20 minutes.
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Film 1: Monument to the Living: The Episcopal Service (1940s) Faded COLOR Runtime 20 minutes
Ultra bizarre film for funeral directors about how to prepare the PERFECT funeral. Monument to the Living is designed to assist the student in his preparation for the [funerary] profession, and to serve as a refresher for the practicing mortician. And with its plodding description of all the events and rites that occur at a funeral, I'm sure that this film achieves its purpose.
Film Release Date: 1940
Film Entered the Public Domain: 1969
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