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Background process plate produced for an unidentified feature film, shot from an automobile driving through Bunker Hill and downtown Los Angeles. Please help identify the streets and locations.
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Topics: process plates, stock footage, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles, film noir, automobiles, Southern California
Prelinger Archives
by Holmes (Burton) Films, Inc.
movies
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Shows the work of different library personnel.
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Topic: Occupations: Librarians
Prelinger Archives
by Prelinger (Rick)
movies
eye 33,859
favorite 42
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Official Prelinger Archives corporate video, describing its contents and mission. With excerpts of many films in the collection and rare scenes shot inside the New York vaults.
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Topics: Motion pictures: Ephemeral, Motion pictures: Archives, Prelinger Archives
Prelinger Archives
by Coronet Instructional Films
movies
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Uses the story of teens trying to extend the hours of their "Teen Canteen" as a vehicle for explaining customs, moral codes, and laws.
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Topics: Social guidance, Law, Teenagers
Prelinger Archives
by Handy (Jam) Organization
movies
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Scientific and special-purpose cinematography helps reveal what would otherwise be invisible.
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Topics: Perception: Vision, Motion pictures: Production, Motion pictures: Scientific
Prelinger Archives
by Calvin Workshop
movies
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favorite 8
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Goof on the process of industrial filmmaking.
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Topics: Motion pictures: Production, Motion pictures: Sponsored
Prelinger Archives
by Calvin
movies
eye 7,108
favorite 13
comment 5
Goof on industrial film production.
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Topics: Motion pictures: Production, Motion pictures: Sponsored
Prelinger Archives
by Encyclopaedia Britannica Films
movies
eye 22,047
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Functions of the modern airport, showing all aspects of airline passenger service.
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Topics: Aviation: Operations, Transportation: Air
Prelinger Archives
by Fairbanks (Jerry) Productions
movies
eye 27,545
favorite 21
comment 8
TV host Arthur Godfrey takes controls of a passenger plane to demonstrate airline operations.
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Topics: Aviation: Commercial, Transportation: Air
Prelinger Archives
by Film Originals
movies
eye 10,067
favorite 13
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How businesspeople can benefit from general aviation. With many shots of flying businessmen, airports and airport and aviation facilities in the Fifties. Kodachrome.
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Topics: Aviation: General, Transportation: Air, Occupations: Management
Short Format Films
by dwb
movies
eye 166,152
favorite 90
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"Your Guide to Perversion" is taken from the 'Sutro Tower Video' educational films' collection. It was produced in conjunction with United Filth Mongers, LLC, screenplay by Maury Vice, and was created with a grant of bagels from White Bread Productions, Ltd., an American Corporation. The film attempts to educate the average, righteous American, such as John Q. Public, and his average, upstanding world cousin, such as Igor X. Publique, regarding the horror and pitfalls that face fine,...
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Topics: Perversion, Perverted, Perverts, Sex, Homosexuality, Homosexual, Lesbian, Lesbianism, Gay, Shampoo,...
Community Video
by na maka o ka aina
movies
eye 737
favorite 2
comment 0
hawaiian music video about the truth of hawaii
Topics: hemo wai, la'au pt., molokai, hawaii, maui, molokai ranch, oha, super ferry, tourism, olomana,...
Community Video
by hano and ua
movies
eye 536
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o.h.a, aunty collette machado, the molokai E.C. board making shitty kine to the community of molokai but the hemo wai bros. (jedi knights) to the rescue. Community Television on http://HEMOWAI.TV/ Maui, Molokai, Hawaii. Documented by the Hemo Wai Bros. Share http://HEMOWAI.TV/ with a friend!
Topics: hemo wai, la'au pt., molokai, hawaii, maui, molokai ranch, oha, super ferry, tourism, olomana,...
Community Video
by hano and ua
movies
eye 180
favorite 1
comment 0
hemowai bros. telling everyone straight, how it is in our Hawaiian world. classic episode.
Topics: hemo wai, la'au pt., molokai, hawaii, maui, molokai ranch, oha, super ferry, tourism, olomana,...
Prelinger Archives
by Kerkow (Herbert) Inc.
movies
eye 7,638
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Promotional film for ÂPanorama, a filmstrip/phonograph record/book playback unit, demonstrating how this early multimedia device can be useful in teaching.
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Topics: Media: Multimedia, Society: Education, Tourism
Prelinger Archives
by Handy (Jam) Organization
movies
eye 861,111
favorite 61
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Actress Gale Storm and family take a road trip in their Chevrolet and review the do's and don'ts of auto traveling.
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Topics: Tourism, Travelogues, Car culture: General
Prelinger Archives
by Kahlenberg
movies
eye 63,230
favorite 93
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The comfort and delight of transatlantic air travel at the beginning of the jet age.
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Topics: Airline industry, Transportation: Air, Tourism
Prelinger Archives
by Handy (Jam) Organization
movies
eye 10,779
favorite 18
comment 4
World Travelogue sponsored by Coca-Cola. 0731 PA8798 Wonderful World from 037.08
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Topics: Motion Pictures: Sponsored, Travelogue, Tourism, Beverage Industry
Prelinger Archives
by Handy (Jam) Organization
movies
eye 6,796
favorite 13
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How Chevrolet uses sponsored theatrical motion pictures to promote its products.
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Topics: Motion pictures: Sponsored, Car culture: Newsreels, Advertising: Screen ads
Prelinger Archives
by Fairbanks (Jerry) Productions
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A tour through the Jerry Fairbanks studios in Hollywood, showing the production of animation, TV films, industrial and advertising films.
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Topics: Motion pictures: Production, Motion pictures: Sponsored, Advertising: Motion pictures
Prelinger Archives
by Wurlitzer (Rudolph) Company, The
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eye 31,613
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Tour of the Wurlitzer factory located at North Tonawanda, N.Y., showing the manufacture of "coin-operated phonographs." A color sequence introducing the factory and its surroundings is followed by a black-and-white kinescope showing the different stages of production.
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Topics: Juke boxes, Manufacturing, Media: Phonograph
Prelinger Archives
by Handy (Jam) Organization
movies
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Demonstration of the latest audio technology: stereo sound.
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Topics: Media: Phonograph, Music
Prelinger Archives
by Ganz (William J.) Co.
movies
eye 89,910
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comment 18
How shellac records were produced and manufactured.
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Topics: Media: Phonograph, Music
Prelinger Archives
by Handy (Jam) Organization
movies
eye 77,019
favorite 136
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Introducing stereophonic phonograph records.
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Topic: Media: Phonograph
Prelinger Archives
by Phototronics, Inc.
movies
eye 9,812
favorite 19
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The Atlanta Board of Education and the International Film Bureau present Facts about Film. Produced by Phototronics, Inc.
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Topics: Motion Pictures: Production, Motion Pictures: Projection
Prelinger Archives
by Iowa State University, Motion Picture Services
movies
eye 8,278
favorite 9
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How-to film produced to ensure quality shows and prevent destruction of films.
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Topic: Motion pictures: Projection
Prelinger Archives
by Radio Corporation of America (RCA), Motion Picture Productions
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Invisible white-gloved hands demonstrate the operation of the RCA 16mm sound projector.
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Topic: Motion pictures: Projection
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Prelinger Archives
by U.S. Air Force, Air Photographic and Charting Service (MATS)
movies
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Training film for military projectionists.
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Topic: Motion pictures: Projection
Prelinger Archives
by U.S. Air Force, Air Photographic and Charting Service (MATS)
movies
eye 48,256
favorite 20
comment 4
Training film for military projectionists.
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Topic: Motion pictures: Projection
Prelinger Library
by Film Council of America
texts
eye 2,135
favorite 4
comment 0
Includes bibliographies
Topics: Documentary films, Motion pictures in education, Motion pictures -- History
Prelinger Archives
by WWJ-TV (Detroit)
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Interview with Jam Handy (1886-1983), pioneer producer of sponsored and industrial films. The program, hosted by WWJ-TV host Bob Leslie, has low sound level throughout, but is included here because of its historical importance.
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Topics: Motion pictures: History, Motion pictures: Sponsored, Sales: Training
Prelinger Archives
by Technicolor Corporation
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Film promoting use of Technicolor process to industrial film producers.
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Topics: Motion pictures: History, Motion pictures: Production, Motion pictures: Industrial
Prelinger Archives
by Cinefonics, Inc.
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Produced by Cinefonics, Inc (a division of Cook Research Laboratories) and based on Engineering and Systems Integration Studies by Cook Research Laboratories. Written and Produced by Charles O. Probst, Directed by Ronald S. Klein. Opening title card: The purpose of this film is to illustrate a method to design, develop and test integrated displays and controls in accordance with MIL-P-25996. Obviously specific procedures vary according to contracts and projects. For further details contact...
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Topics: Motion Pictures: Sponsored, Motion Pictures: Industrial, Engineering, Weapons
Prelinger Archives
by DeVry School Films, Inc.
movies
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Interested animated instructional film detailing electronic communications in the early part of the century. Interestingly enough, the popular vocational school DeVry claims that they began as a school in 1931, with no mention of the production of these informational films as early as (in the case of this film) 1928. 0616 PA8110 History of Communication
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Topics: Communication: Telephone, Motion Pictures: Sponsored, Motion Pictures: Industrial, Electronics,...
Prelinger Archives
by Wilding Picture Productions
movies
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favorite 20
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Instructional film for telephone business office cashiers (tellers) who interact with the public, with a heavy dose of period sexism.
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Topics: Occupations: Clerical, Occupations: Customer service, Communication: Telephone
Prelinger Archives
by Murphy (Owen) Productions
movies
eye 31,312
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Employee orientation film for telephone company workers explaining structure and corporate values of the Bell System. With excellent footage of communications workers and everyday life, in Technicolor.
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Topics: Communication: Telephone, Occupations: General, Occupations: Electronics
Prelinger Archives
by Holmes (Burton) Films, Inc.
movies
eye 26,436
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Telecommunications workers in the analog era.
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Topics: Occupations: Communications, Communication: Telephone, Communication: Telegraph
Prelinger Archives
movies
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Venerable educational film showing technologies of communication, circa 1920s.
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Topics: Communication: General, Communication: Telephone, Communication: Radio
Prelinger Archives
by Fairbanks (Jerry) Productions
movies
eye 32,934
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A young man sketches a generic human (ÂMr. ManÂ) who takes us back through history to show us how humans developed a need to communicate and the devices to do so. Then shows us how telephones enable the modern mid-Sixties world. Part-animated by the master John Hubley. Directed by Jean Yarbrough. Educational Research and Story: W.H. Schneider. Animation: John Hubley. With Wright King (Uncle Bill); Pat Cardi (Jimmy); Pam Ferden (Susie); Richard Webb (Police Captain).
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Topics: Communication: Telephone, Animation, 1960s
Prelinger Archives
by Pathescope Pictures
movies
eye 21,421
favorite 17
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Postwar expansion of telephone service made possible by development of microwave radio transmission and the transistor.
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Topics: Communication: Telephone, Infrastructure: Information
Prelinger Archives
by Audio Productions, Inc.
movies
eye 32,636
favorite 30
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How direct long distance dialing made the U.S. a smaller place, and how instantaneous direct communication between Americans without operator assistance became possible.
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Topics: Communication: Telephone, Infrastructure: Information
Prelinger Archives
by American Telephone and Telegraph Co. (AT&T)
movies
eye 113,965
favorite 71
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Training film for users of the new dial telephones.
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Topics: Communication: Telephone, Ergonomics
Prelinger Archives
by Unknown
movies
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favorite 24
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History of telephone development from 1877 to 1935.
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Topics: Communication: Telephone, Infrastructure: Information
Prelinger Archives
by RKO-Pathe, Inc.
movies
eye 12,719
favorite 8
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Dramatization of the invention of the telephone.
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Topic: Communication: Telephone
Prelinger Archives
by Ganz (William J.) Co.
movies
eye 23,596
favorite 20
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Communications and communicators facilitate World War II.
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Topics: Media: Radio, World War II, Electronics
Prelinger Archives
movies
eye 34,700
favorite 43
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0641 PA8692 Television Tomorrow 16 B&W comp print
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Topics: Motion Pictures: In Education, Media: Television
Prelinger Archives
by Unknown
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eye 13,573
favorite 30
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Tribute to television as servant of the public in the Cold War era.
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Topics: Media: Television, Cold War, Journalism
Prelinger Archives
by Handy (Jam) Organization
movies
eye 7,734
favorite 28
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Presents a special device that automatically tunes in your favorite preselected TV shows. This is a silent film.
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Topics: Media: Television, Leisure, User interfaces
Community Video
movies
eye 1,219
favorite 2
comment 1
Experimental film shot over two days on a central Texas ranch.
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Topics: Regional: United States: Texas, Recreation: Sports: Baseball, Films: Experimental
Prelinger Archives
by Handy (Jam) Organization
movies
eye 21,454
favorite 31
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Introduces television and explains the workings of early television technology.
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Topics: Media: Television, Technology, Sports: Baseball
Prelinger Archives
by Ganz (William J.) Co.
movies
eye 26,191
favorite 59
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PLEASE NOTE: A more complete version with the full color sequence at the end is here. RCA's corporate history of pre-1956 developments in television.
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Topics: Media: Television, Electronics
Prelinger Archives
by Handy (Jam) Organization
movies
eye 30,144
favorite 32
comment 6
How TV works and the promise of its youth.
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Topics: Media: Television, Electronics
Prelinger Archives
by Handy (Jam) Organization
movies
eye 45,658
favorite 110
comment 12
Early technology to enable the channel-surfer.
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Topic: Media: Television
Prelinger Archives
by Radio Corporation of America (RCA)
movies
eye 27,995
favorite 24
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Early promotional film introducing TV to the American public, probably coordinated with the rollout of scheduled broadcasting at the 1939 New York World's Fair. Shows scenes of television production at the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) studios at Rockefeller Center, New York City, using equipment manufactured by NBC's corporate parent RCA.
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Topic: Media: Television
Prelinger Archives
by Holmes (Burton) Films, Inc.
movies
eye 36,459
favorite 39
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View of the radio industry as it existed in 1940, showing potential occupations at every level. Introduces the new industry of television, emphasizing its need for specially skilled workers. Useful imagery of the electronic media in the pre-World War II era.
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Topics: Occupations: Broadcasting, Media: Radio, Media: Television
Prelinger Archives
by Unknown
movies
eye 35,060
favorite 51
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How radio brings news and information to Americans. With footage of many news events covered by radio and images everyday life in the late 1950s. Explains how radio serves in the Cold War and during natural disasters.
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Topics: Media: Radio, Communication: Radio, Journalism
Prelinger Archives
by National Broadcasting Company (NBC)
movies
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Behind the scenes tour of NBC's radio and television broadcasting facilities at Rockefeller Center, New York City.
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Topics: Media: Radio, New York City
Prelinger Archives
by Handy (Jam) Organization
movies
eye 50,472
favorite 9
comment 3
How radio equipment helped to win World War II.
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Topics: Communication: Radio, World War II: Radio
Prelinger Archives
by Mitchell Film Associates
movies
eye 13,089
favorite 16
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Military training film on a New York radio station, WMCA, owned by the Nathan Straus family, showing its ownership, management and activities. Good view of radio in the era when most stations were locally owned and operated.
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Topics: Communication: Radio, Media: Radio
Prelinger Archives
by Handy (Jam) Organization
movies
eye 32,086
favorite 18
comment 5
How radio broadcasting works.
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Topic: Media: Radio
A/V Geeks
by Linda Feferman
movies
eye 47,880
favorite 134
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Presents the story of a fifteen-year-old girl who experiences her menstrual period, describing the reaction of the girl and her sixteen-year-old boyfriend as they learn more about the subject of menstruation.
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Topics: Sex Education., Physiology., Reproduction., Women.
Educational Films
by Ford Motor Company
movies
eye 4,756
favorite 16
comment 2
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Academic Film Archive of North America
by June Steel
movies
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Born in 1927 in the border area between Washington and Idaho, Kienholz moved to Los Angeles in 1953, where he began making a series of bas-reliefs with found material. Prior to his death in 1994, he was primarily known for his "Assembly Art" sculptures, consisting of mannequins, stuffed animals, and pieces of clothing, focusing on subjects such as controversial as bordellos, back seat sex, and abortion. Steel’s extremely entertaining film consists of audience reactions to a Kienholz...
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Topics: art, los angeles
Academic Film Archive of North America
by Irving Rusinow
movies
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This important film focuses on the experimental project most responsible for taking millions of public dollars away from textbook producers, and delivering it into the hands of educational film companies. The result? The blossoming of the academic film movement in the U.S., a filmmaking renaissance that changed the way curriculum was discussed and taught in North America. Here we visit the classroom that toppled the textbook companies, at Mercer Elementary School in Shaker Heights, Ohio. Our...
Topics: education, history of education, mediated instruction
Academic Film Archive of North America
by Encyclopedia Britannica Films, Inc.
movies
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Here, the legendary president of EB Films discusses the 'unique contribution' of educational film to curriculum and learning. The film is geared toward instructors, and provides examples of mediated instructional techniques from filmmakers such as Roman Vishniac and John Barnes.
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Topics: mediated instruction, education, history of education
Academic Film Archive of North America
movies
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This wonderful film traces the steps taken in creating and shooting a television commercial for Post Grape Nuts. This film was produced by George Gage Productions, which filmed the commercial, starring the legendary Euell Gibbons, for the Benton & Bowles advertising agency, with lots of discussions & outtakes. The funky "Cranberry Rag" played by pianist Paul McDonough is delightful.
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Topics: advertising, Euell Gibbons
Academic Film Archive of North America
by MPO Productions
movies
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This outrageous parody of the prototype 'commercial' family was apparently made as an in-house joke by one of the largest producers of television commercials. Their clients would have never seen this gem, which parodies products as well as the people that buy them.
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Topics: parody, advertisement, asian
Academic Film Archive of North America
by Bert Salzman
movies
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The melting pot of the Pacific is the settling for this story of a teenager whose ingenuity enables his proud grandfather to retain his precious way of life. See Suzuki represents not only the rich racial mix of his unique state, but also its hope for the future. Awards: Midwest Film Festival “ Merit Award”
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Topic: Bert Salzman
Academic Film Archive of North America
by Philip Stapp
movies
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favorite 60
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Sent by the U.S. government as a participant in the Marshall Plan with a specific mission to assist the French in re-gearing their animation studios, Stapp discovered a Europe much-decimated by war, but in further danger of annihilation by nuclear weapons. Returning to the U.S., he produced this alarming-yet-hopeful film, replete with its lonely, Tanguy-inspired landscapes peopled with static figures casting long shadows across charcoal-colored plains. While taking the risk of leaning a bit...
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Topic: animation, Marshall Plan
Academic Film Archive of North America
by Robert Edmonds
movies
eye 8,857
favorite 15
comment 2
An old-timey set-up & projection techniques film, set in a school classroom. This film teaches the young projectionist how to put on a good show, and not trip over the cord while doing so.
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Topics: projector, 16mm, Bell & Howell
Academic Film Archive of North America
by Gene Kearney
movies
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Alienation, angst, and schizophrenia are powerful themes addressed by Kearney in this forgotten masterpiece. From a story by Conrad Aiken.
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Topics: schizophrenia, teen angst
Academic Film Archive of North America
by Claude Lelouch
movies
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Far more than a travelogue with pretty pictures, this little-known film won six international awards shortly after its release. 'Iran' consists of spectacular geographical and archaeological footage interspersed with "slice of life" shots, evidencing best juxtapositional editing we've ever seen. This is a buried masterpiece from the director of 'A Man and a Woman,' 'Happy New Year,' and 'And Now My Love.' Lelouch reportedly shot six miles of footage to make this film, which apparently...
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Topic: Persia, Petroleum, Qashqai, nomad, Islam, mosque
Academic Film Archive of North America
by Lee Bobker/Lester Becker
movies
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The Black upper middle-class Myers family moves into all-white Levittown, PA in August, 1957, and are snubbed and mistreated, in this powerful landmark documentary showcasing racism in the United States.
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Topics: african-american, black, racism, housing, urban
Academic Film Archive of North America
by Teaching Aids Exchange
movies
eye 7,809
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An intriguing historical film, demonstrating many expensive business machines found in modern offices of the era, including electromatic and Chinese typewriters and machines for filming, stenciling, folding and lithographing. Among the machines shown are Diebold's Flofilm microfiche recorder, the Fileomatic Desk, the Pierce Electronic Wire Recorder, the Soundscriber with plastic disk, the Elliott Stencil Machine with Graphotype machine, the Davidson Duplicator for litho printing, the Davidson...
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Topics: Chinese Typewriter, Fileomatic, Graphotype, IBM Model A, Stella Pajunas