Here's a couple more titles of interesting Ham Radio videos that I've come across via Google and YouTube. I would recommend going to the Google page, click on the "videos" link and enter these titles:
Big Da-Dit-Da Class Graduated
This is a short WWII newsreel showing how the Navy taught Morse Code - interesting to see that right of the bat, the Code interceptors were taught to use a mill.
Morse Code in China
Non-english; but no speaking other than dits and dahs, either. I guess this was a movie made in China after WWII to show how the brave, heroic Chinese underground worked to help defeat the Japanese.
Eleanor Powell - Tap Dancing Morse Code.
This one is really neat. Eleanor Powell plays a spy, I guess, who is also a dancer at a supper club. She sees she is being pursued, so she "taps" out a vital message to an ally in the audience - using tap dance!
History of Radio - Haunted Saloon
Hokey and corny - but fun.
Keelser 1965 Class Pictures
Another news reel type, this time regarding the training of Army Morse Code interceptors.
And there are a whole bunch of neat QRP related videos - just type in "QRP" as your search word. Here are two good ones in particular:
W0VLZ - QRP Operations Using a K1
Operating QRP from Waldshut, Germany
Needless to say, it helps to have a broadband connection. I viewed these during my lunchbreak at work. Trying to do this from my dial-up connection here at home would have made them less enjoyable.
73 de Larry W2LJ