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Educational Films
by NBC News
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Topics: Israel-Arab Border Conflicts (1949- ), Israel-Arab Border Conflicts, 1949-, Diplomatic relations,...
Educational Films
by NBC News
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History of the development of the canal, uprising of 1959, and the methods applied by the U.S. to ease the situation
Educational Films
by NBC News; Films Incorporated
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Uses an allegorical play about an exceptionally bright junior-high school student in order to show how society and institutions make it difficult to be one's self. Examines the problems of parents, school teachers, and others in dealing with exceptional children
Topics: Gifted children, Child psychology, Child psychology, Gifted children
Educational Films
by NBC News; CRM Films
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Produced by NBC
Topics: Reformation, Reformation
Community Video
by NBC News Signal
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This is the Library of Alexandria 2.0 NBC News Signal https://www.nbcnews.com/video/this-is-the-library-of-alexandria-2-0-1390947395821
Topics: Internet Archive, NBC News Signal
Educational Films
by NBC News
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Pollution is a Matter of Choice reel 1 Examines the environmental dilemma of modern man who has it in his power to preserve or ruin his environment. Uses the Everglades and Machiasport, Maine, as microcosms of the society to illustrate man's predicament of wanting what technology creates, yet being destroyed by its wastes. Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Examines the environmental dilemma of modern man who has it in his power to...
Topics: Educational Film, Technology
Educational Films
by NBC News; NBC Educational Enterprises
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Interviews four factory workers, their wives, parents, and co-workers and observes each man at his job. The case studies of these workers concludes in a union strike in which fear and ennui counterbalance the dissatisfaction, restoring the uneasy order of the blue collar world
Topics: Working class, Working class
Educational Films
by NBC News; McGraw-Hill Book Company
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Also issued in b&w
Topics: Travel., Architecture., U.S.S.R.
Educational Films
by Dobyns, Lloyd; NBC News; Films Incorporated
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Topics: Occupational retraining, Economic aspects., Automation, Machinery In Industry.
Educational Films
by NBC News; McGraw-Hill Book Company
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Narrator, Ralph Richardson
Topics: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616, Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616, Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616,...
Educational Films
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Originally aired on 04/29/1975 on NBC. A sober and frightening examination of the grave effects of the rising explosion of handguns. Criminals, victims, and law enforcement officers speak on the proliferation of handguns. Examines the effects on all our lives of the increasing use of handguns. Includes interviews with criminals, victims and law enforcement officers speaking on the proliferation of handguns and the related problems. Report on the proliferation of handguns in the US. Included is...
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Topics: A Shooting Gallery Called America? Firearms -- United States, Crime -- United States, Crime,...
Educational Films
by Freed, Fred, 1920-1974; Giovannitti, Len; Huntley, Chet, 1911-1974; NBC Television Network; NBC News; Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc
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Dramatizes the boredom of production - line work in a small papermill town in Quebec, Canada. A discussion of classical ballet by George Balanchine, choreographer for the New York City Ballet. Patricia McBride and Edward Villella dance the "Tarantella," Jacques D'Amboise and Suzanne Farrell dance the "Meditation," and Melissa Hayden and Jacques D'Amboise dance the "Grand Pas de Deux." From the USA series.
Educational Films
by Robert Rogers; Edwin Newman; NBC News.
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Reading, Writing and Reefer (1979) A factual report on the widespread, habitual use of marijuana among today's teenagers. Presents a simplified chemical breakdown of the weed and describes its illegal routes into American schoolyards. Includes remarks by teenage marijuana smokers, their parents, and professional authorities.
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Topics: Youth, Marijuana, Drug abuse, Marijuana, Marijuana, Youth