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This rare, silent film made by the 6571st Aeromedical Research Laboratory at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico shows some of the pioneering medical research work done with primates. Some of the research at the USAF Missile Development Center was  part of the space program and intended to establish whether monkeys or chimps were suited for spaceflight, and where "Chimponauts" Enos and Ham were examined after their historic flights. Films of this type were not widely disseminated...
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Made in the 1920s as part of Kodak's educational film library, this  silent, tinted film entitled "Beaver Dams" presents a wonderful portrait of beavers in the wild. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment!  See something interesting?  Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the...
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Made by the U.S. Air Force in the 1980s, HIGH FLIGHT presents the famous poem by John Gillespie Magee, Jr. as read by actor William Conrad. This version features the then-new F-15 Eagle. (The aircraft are apparently from various squadrons including those marked "LA" which are from the 405th Tactical Fighter Training Wing, and the 27th TFS/1st TFW "Fighting Eagles", tail code "FF", based in Langley AFB, VA. This short film was often used on television in the 1980s...
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Presented by the Champion Spark Plug Company, Take It From A Champion is a 1956 promotional and educational film produced by Dynamic Films that gives viewers a look at three races (the 1956 Indianapolis 500, 1956 NASCAR race at the Daytona Beach and Road Course, and the 1955 Southern 500) while promoting the importance of safe driving by reviewing driving techniques, road signs, stopping, and handling turns. The film opens with a teenager talking to his neighbor. The neighbor, race car driver...
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This promotional film about the New York Stock Exchange dates to the early 1960s and includes two segments.   The first clip is titled Special Report: New York Stock Exchange Adds “Fair Ladies” To Staff. This about the women who provide tours and information of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). It opens with several different women welcoming people to the NYSE in various languages. During the World’s Fair, the NYSE is one of the most popular places to visit. A shot shows the floor of...
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Rodger Ward, a dominant race car driver, two-time Indianapolis 500 champion (1959, 1962) and two-tine USAC Championship Car champion (1958, 1962) is the subject of this 1964 color film, which features footage from the 1964 Indianapolis 500. Ward is shown in the opening scene explaining how his father owned an auto wrecking yard, giving him access to the parts he need to build his first car — a Model T “Tin Lizzy” in the mid-1930s when Rodger was only 13 years old. His father, Ralph, is...
Topics: Autobiography, Race Car Driver, Rodger Ward, 1950, 1960s, Auto Racing, Stock Footage
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Originally created by the Franklin Institute, SUBOPS THE U.S. NAVY'S FIRST SUBMERSIBLE SWIMMERS details the history of the Underwater Demolition Teams known as the Frogmen. More importantly, it examines work of John Fenjohn, who invented a series of cameras for use in the underwater world.  The film features rare footage of the Underwater Demolition Teams (UDTs), now known as the SEALs, conducting operations off of the submarine USS Quillback (SS-424).  It also shows various developments in...
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Released in 1943 by Castle Films, one of the premiere makers of commercial "home movie" type 16mm films and newsreels, this exciting film opens with footage from the Battle of the Atlantic. At  1:30 , the fatal end of the French Navy is seen, as the armada is scuttled at Toulon. At  2:00 , the liner Normandie is shown burning at its moorings, and the hull being raised. At  2:26 , forces under MacArthur are shown pressing the offensive in the Solomon Islands, and Mac is seen at ...
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This color educational film is about the Industrial Revolution. This is from 1950. Opening: A Coronet Film on the Industrial Revolution (:07-:21). A flag of the USA from the late 18th century. Americans plow the field. A woman visits a shop. She looks at an item. A person uses an old machine to sew. Hand tools are used in a  craftsman's shop. A man hammers. A man carries a big pail and dumps it. A tall furnace in PA. A man shovels into a hole. Slater's Mill in Pawtucket, RI, built in 1793, is...
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Made during the early part of the Cold War, "Seek, Find and Kill" was made by Hughes Aircraft Co. to promote its electronic and computer systems, which are used in missiles that represent (as the narrator says) "the first line of defense against the H-bomb." The film begins with a discussion of Howard Hughes' H-1 racing aircraft, and shows the XF-11 Photographic Reconnaissance aircraft. The "little company" became a big company through the development of...
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This early 1950s color film highlights United Airline’s routes. A United Airlines stewardess speaks to well-dressed male passengers (:07-:25). Passengers disembark from a United DC-6. The passenger removes his leather suitcase from the rack just inside the plane’s door (1:00-1:14).  The United Airlines flight map is shown (1:15). A father leaves a doctor R.B. Joyce’s office with his son (1:29).  A woman passenger flips through a magazine. She asks for help on how to make her seat go...
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Dating to 1936, this silent film "Air Stunts" shows highlights from the National Air Races, which featured a number of barnstormer acts as well as racing competitions. One astonishing segment shows pilot Harold Johnson performing a loop and roll with a gigantic Ford Trimotor -- a plane not exactly built for performance (1:44). At (3:19) he lands on one wheel. At (:44), Hollywood stunt pilot Frank Clark maneuvers a biplane above an attentive crowd. At (3:34) a parachutist jumps off the...
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Made in the wake of the disastrous 1967 fire aboard the USS Forrestal, TRIAL BY FIRE recounts the incident and discusses some of the mistakes made by fire fighting teams that made the situation much worse than it might have been. It also shows the numerous systemic and leadership failures that nearly resulted in loss of the carrier. The film also shows the courageous work of the carrier's crew and that of support vessels, to stop the flames and rescue the wounded, and makes clear that the Navy...
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This longform commercial for Gulf Oil presents sunset images of West Texas, west of Houston, and a romantic view of those who prospect for oil.  A veteran oil employee narrates. The film contains footage of bleak desert dunes (2:00), rattlesnakes, wolves (2:32), and so on. At 2:50, oil pumpjack is shown in operation. Oil moves to Rankin Station at 3:29, where electric pumps move the oil through pipelines at up to 700 lbs.of pressure.  At 4:08 the route of the pipeline is shown underground,...
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Primary Flight Training: Race Track Patterns, Part I (MN-3474j) is a short U.S. Navy training film from 1945 that discusses how to do a 90-degree power-off approach, which in its complete form mirrors a racetrack pattern, hence the name. The film features footage of a Navy N2S Stearman flying the pattern and uses graphics to illustrate the concepts and issues new pilots will need to understand to perform the maneuvers required to successfully complete the flight pattern. The film opens with an...
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This Ukranian-language newsreel shows the WWII era victory of the Soviet Army at Stalingrad, the Caucasus, and Orel-Kursk Salient Battle which changed the course of the war. The film begins in 1943 with the Battle of the Dnieper River. Soviet troops began the liberation of Eastern Ukraine.  The Battle of the Dnieper was a military campaign that took place in 1943 on the Eastern Front of World War II. It was one of the largest operations in World War II, involving almost 4,000,000 troops on...
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From the Hughes Aircraft Company comes this 1980s education film, Satellites of Hughes, that gives viewers a brief look at the development and launching of commercial geostationary satellites manufactured by the Hughes Aircraft Company. The film opens with shots of astronauts in a space shuttle and the launching of a commercial satellite from space. At the Hughes Company’s High Bay-area satellite assembly facility, several astronauts look at the SBS and Anik-C satellites (01:10). The two...
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Dating from the early missile era , this Raytheon promotional film shows the Hawk and Sparrow III weapons systems. The film begins with the first-ever interception of a missile by a missile — a Hawk versus an Honest John. The kill takes place at the  1:01  mark, and then it is shown in slow motion immediately following. At  1:45 , the film switches to show the Sparrow III anti-aircraft missile system aboard U.S. Navy aircraft at sea on the F3H-2 Demon and the F4H-1.  The AIM-7 Sparrow is...
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Shot by an unknown American tourist during a trip to Alaska in 1935, this silent, black & white and color home movie footage features some of the last known footage of actor and humorist Will Rogers and aviator Wiley Post. It also contains shots of scenery, the Yukon, and native peoples, and gives a good idea of what a tourist might have experienced in Alaska of this era. The story behind Will Rogers' trip to Alaska and untimely death is well known. Rogers was a famous advocate for the...
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This 1963 color film, SFP-1214 “Tactical Weapons Effects Tests” is produced by the United States Air Force. January 1963, the Air Force performed tactical weapons test against difficult air and ground realistic limited war targets while flying at high speed. Each test shows massive explosions and/or targets in flames. Planes shown throughout the film include the F-105, F-104, F-100, F-84F, YC-123H, and C-130. The types of targets created are shown ( 1:30 - 1:54 ). The aircraft camera film...
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This episode of the “Yesterday’s Newsreel” — an early TV show that used footage from the defunct General News library — offers the viewer “television highlights of the news of yesteryear” by providing vintage clips of famous people and events from the first half of the 20th century. This episode opens with “The Japanese-Chinese War” of the 1930s (mark  00:32 ) and scenes of combat footage and a look of Japanese advancement including one on the Great Wall of China (mark ...
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One of a series of wonderful films made by the Shell Oil Co., "High Speed Flight simplified version" -- presents material from three previous Shell films -- "Approaching the Speed of Sound", "Transonic Flight" and "Beyond the Speed of Sound". "High Speed Flight" gives an overview of the challenges of flying close to or above the speed of sound, and features a variety of British jet aircraft to demonstrate the design principles at work. It...
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This color educational film is about the Riverside 500 stock car race in Riverside, California. This was made in 1964. Opening: Riverside, CA race track. Cars drive by very fast. The cars drive by a corner. Racer Dan Gurney takes off his helmet. A car is tipped back onto its right side as a tow truck leaves. A man tightens a bolt on a guardrail. A man fixes a guardrail as people walk by. A driver observes a damaged car. A car races down the track, as they hit a turn the car hits a rail and...
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This "International Newsreel" shows a three-engine Sikorsky airplane, the S-35, being put through its paces in preparation for a planned New York to Paris flight, and the disaster that unfolded when the flight was attempted. The pilot was to be French ace Renee Ronck, who is seen at 1:25 in the newsreel. His plane was an American twin-engined sesquiplane transport later modified to use three-engines. It was designed and built by the Sikorsky Manufacturing Company for an attempt by...
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“Voyage North” is a color film that focuses on operations on the HMS Artemis (S49), an Amphion class submarine built in 1946 during a voyage. The official British government film, produced circa 1970, is an impressionistic account of life on the submarine told partly through the eyes of Lt. Ellison, a new submarine officer. After seeing the sub while pulling into a dock in Copenhagen, Denmark, we move inside at mark  02:24  for a training exercise on escape routes in the event of an...
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American Can Company presents “Vitamin Rivers,” a color film produced Caravel Films, Inc. of New York in the 1950s. A typical 1950s family opens the picture with the teenaged daughter working on a school project on fruit and vegetable juices. She explains the history of oranges to her father (and the audience) starting at mark  01:45 , having originated in China, and ultimately finding their way to the New World thanks to Christopher Columbus. Thankfully, dad went to Agricultural College,...
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Shot by an unknown American serviceman, these 16mm silent home movies show Japan during the time that it was occupied by U.S. armed forces. The film begins on the Yakoda Air Base, a military base where a Japanese aircraft is prominently displayed (:40). The base has a gymnasium, tennis courts and other amenities including a dry cleaners (1;25) and post office. At 2:10 buses are seen and at 2:17 a sign for the 98th Bomb wing and 343rd Bomb Group.At 2:40 the auditorium is visible. Various shots...
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Released in 1945 by General Electric to promote the adoption of fluorescent lamps, "The Magic of Fluoresence" presents a short historical background of man's conquest over darkness, from the first time prehistoric man brought the flaming fagot into his cave, through the development of the taper, the candle, the kerosene lamp, gas, the incandescent bulb and finally the development of the fluorescent tube. The film shows how fluorescent lights (first introduced in 1938) are...
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Made in the early 1970s, IS THIS MISSION IMPOSSIBLE is a cartoon created by Lockheed to showcase a reconnaissance weapon of the future — an AH-56 Cheyenne helicopter equipped with sophisticated night vision, laser range finders, forward looking infrared sensors, and automatic tracking systems that allow it to look through foliage and terrain to find enemy vehicles. The systems allow engagement from standoff range. Cannons are fired using helmet mounted sights, and photographs shot using a...
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One of a series of films made by the U.S. Army to educate recruits about the Code of Conduct, this film discusses the duty of soldiers to keep faith with fellow prisoners, follow orders from superiors, and share no information with the enemy, or take part in any action which might harm fellow prisoners. The film also reminds prisoners of the succession of leadership: "if I am senior, I will take command". Produced in 1959 during the Cold War, the film seems to show an Eastern European...
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Created shortly after the death of President Franklin D. Roosevelt as a memorial, this silent Official Films newsreel was sold to the home market at stores like Sears and Macy's. The film begins with footage of FDR visiting a military training camp at :38, and at 1:40 visiting a war production plant.At 3:00 he is shown at the Casablanca Conference with Gen. Giraud and Gen. DeGaulle of the Free French forces. At 3:29 he is shown at the Cairo Conference with Gen. Chiang Kai Shek of the...
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Made just prior to WWII by Pathescope, this full color production, "The Navy Recruit" shows a group of men going through indoctrination into the peacetime Navy, including basic training and physical and aptitude testing. The film presents an attractive view of Navy life, with great food, healthcare, physical fitness, and educational opportunities. All sorts of training is shown from firefighting (16:18), small boat handling, and specialties from radio operation (17:30), motion picture...
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Intended to justify the U.S. presence in Vietnam, GUARDIANS AT THE GATE presents an overview of the war, framed by the words of President Lyndon Johnson. The films opens with footage of bombs exploding in Vietnam (:28). This war, we are informed was created by North Vietnam and spurred by Communism (:46) as the mission was to conquer South Vietnam. The prime minister of the North, Ho Chi Minh, is shown in 1954 at his headquarters ( 1:05 ). For seven years, he had fought against the French (...
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Produced in 1963, this film report from the Pentagon details 1962 -- year of crisis and change. The film begins with an overview of the U.S. - Russian relationship and comments from Russian Premiere Nikita Khrushchev before quickly moving to the Vietnam Conflict. U.S. military advisors are seen working with South Vietnamese forces in the wake of the Battle of Ap Bac, and Sec. of Defense Robert McNamara visits fortified hamlets. Air commandoes, who serve as instructors and advisors to the South...
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This German promotional film for the Vought Aeronautics Corsair II likely dates from the 1970s, when the German Luftwaffe began exploring the possibility of using the A-7. The F-104G Starfighter then in use by the Luftwaffe suffered from a high accident rate, and was not considered a good Marine aircraft. The success of the A7 in Vietnam made the airplane very attractive, but while the Luftwaffe considered using the A-7 Corsair II to replace the F-104, it was eventually abandoned as a concept....
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Love our channel? Help us save and post more orphaned films! Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/PeriscopeFilm Even a really tiny contribution can make a difference. Subscribe and consider becoming a channel member https://youtu.be/ODBW3pVahUE This WWII film, one of a series of newsreels produced by Castle Films, shows 1944's Operation Hailstone -- the U.S. Navy's assault on "Japan's Pearl Harbor" -- the naval base at Truk. Footage shows Task Force 58, which included the...
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This silent film from Germany shows operations at the The Ersberg mine, a large open-pit mine located in Eisenerz, Styria, in the central-western part of Austria, 60 km north-west of Graz and 260 km south-west of the capital, Vienna. Erzberg represents the largest iron ore reserves in Austria, having estimated reserves of 235 million tonnes of ore. The mine produces around 2,153,000 tonnes of iron ore per year. According to scholars, the mine was already working in the year 712, but it may have...
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This color educational film is about how important graduating high school is. This film is from 1958. Opening titles: United States Navy presents Stay in School and Graduate (:09-:33). A car drives and backs up, a teacher sees some boys in the sand dunes, walks over to see what they're doing. The boys have a firecracker, the explosive is very dangerous. The teacher speaks to the boys, gets them to not set it off. He takes the boys over to the Naval base. Boys and girls, a class, visit the Naval...
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Made by the U.S. Army Medical Service, this training film ‘Transportation of Casualties’ will take a look at how wounded soldiers are moved from the battlefield to rear area hospitals. It will show specific maneuvers medic’s make in order to remove the wounded safely during combat as well as some of the tools they use to do so and where the wounded are transported to. It opens with a convoy riding down the road leading to a front line (:37). Footage of explosions follow along with the...
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Released in August of 1940, Service with the Colors is a Warner Brothers-produced Army recruiting short. The film focuses on new Army recruits prior to the U.S. entry into World War II. They are assigned to the Presidio in San Francisco and put under the command of Sgt. Clicker for their basic training. One of the recruits, Chuck Corbin, has something of a chip on his shoulder and doesn't seem to fit in. The Sergeant is patient and helpful and helps him along. As they improve their skills and...
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This 1944 War Department official training film (T.F. 1-3343) shows the importance of combating malaria during World War II. The film opens with footage of U.S. soldiers at Corregidor surrendering to Japanese forces in May 1942. Footage shows soldiers on ships in the Pacific prior to the battle—where they are already battling malaria. The film shows General Bernard Montgomery and fighting during the Alamein offensive. Sick pilots lie in beds at a hospital. The malaria-carrying Anopheles...
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The New York Telephone Company presents “Hidden Gold,” a color film that opens to the strains of “Oh! Susanna” before the narrator explains how man has long been driven by the desire to find hidden gold. Such efforts have often changed then course of history, with the discovery of California gold in 1849 altering the West. Wealth is not only hidden in the ground, explains the narrator, but also in unused potions of material in the workplace. “Unfortunately we do not always think of...
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Chevrolet’s short film, “Turboglide,” produced by Jam Handy in 1957 or 1958, explains how Chevrolet’s new and innovative Turboglide transmission works. Using animation and featuring the character “Mr. T” (Mr. Transmission), the film shows how the Turboglide eliminates gear shifting altogether and uses three turbines to transfer power to the rear wheels as well as boost acceleration. The Turboglide is a Chevrolet constant torque 3-speed automatic transmission that made its debut as...
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Dating to the immediate post-WWII period, this black & white educational film is about Poland and was produced by Julien Bryan. The film is told from the perspective of a schoolgirl named Mary, who tells her class about her trip to Poland in 1939. Copyright is 1946, but all of the footage shown dates from before WWII. Opening titles: Mary Visits Poland (:06-:31). At school, students are learning about Poland. Mary gets up and tells the class about what she learned when, in 1939, she visited...
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This short silent German educational film shows an artillery battery being put into position by Wehrmacht forces.  Interestingly the battery force has mounted troops, typical of the German Army which while heavily mechanized used horses for many important tasks.  Once a position is scouted, troops emplace the gun and begin the work of camouflaging the position, while other soldiers work to obtain firing data and sighting.    The artillery piece shown may be the 7.5 cm Feld Kanone 16 neuer...
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This well-produced home movie shows a trip to Acapulco and through the Panama Canal, made by a man named Lund on a cruise ship back in the 1960s.  Some of the highlights include vistas of Acapulco, including resort hotels, the Mexican Navy at anchor, museums,and more.  The Panama Canal is seen at the 10:00 mark, and continues through the Canal.  This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in...
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Made during WWII, "The Price of Freedom" was produced by the United States Treasury Department to promote the sale of War Bonds.  The film charts some of the United States Saving Bond and Stamp programs, and shows how they were promoted within industry and civilian populations.  The film includes pleas from African American workers, female "Rosie the Riveters", and others.   At the 5 minute mark, the film shows the International Harvester Corporation and shows how it...
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This color promotional film is about the "Spray Master" Bituminous Distributor, a truck equipped with a tank body and a system for pumping hot tar asphalt or bituminous material onto a roadway. This is from Littleford Bros., Inc. and is circa the 1940s. Littleford was founded in 1882. At least during the 1930s, it was based in Cincinnati, Ohio. By 1931, it was producing a line of road maintenance equipment; the line was eventually discontinued, and the last commercially published...
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This episode of "The Big Picture", the U.S. Army's television show, is from the "Army in Action" series.  Entitled "Flames on the Horizon", this episode portrays world events from 1939 to 1941, including the war in China, the early phases of WWII in Europe including the Fall of France, the U.S. mobilizing for war, and finally Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor.   The Big Picture is an American documentary television program which aired on ABC-TV from 1951 to 1964....
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One of a series of films made in support of the Marshall Plan, THE CHANGING FACE OF EUROPE: MEN AND MACHINES shows the industrial reconstruction of the continent following WWII. It was the fourth film in the series. Film historian Linda Christenson wrote of this film, "This survey of Europe's Marshall Plan aided economic recovery therefore seeks to convey a message: Establish harmony between men and machines. To lower costs, more automation and mass production are needed in Both the new...
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This film from 1958 shows water as one of the most important means of transportation; examples of various methods of transportation tankers, ferryboats, excursion boats, ocean liners, and tugboats; functions of each method; how transportation by water fosters growth of cities and industry. This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available...
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Coastal Command is a documentary style account of the Shorts Sunderland and PBY Catalina flying boats during the Battle of the Atlantic. The film includes real footage of attacks on a major enemy ship by Hudson and Halifax bombers based in Iceland. Later, the film depicts a routine sea patrol, in which a Sunderland flying boat flies over a convoy and bombs a German U-boat. Two versions of the film were made, one featuring an explanatory voice over. In this version, the film ends with the...
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This black & white educational/training film is about the fundamental lines & sections of a ship's blueprint and how to read it. It was made for the US Navy in 1943.  Opening titles: Fundamental Lines & Sections - selected sequences based on US Office of Education film "Preparing and Setting a Keel Block and Bottom Cradle" (:06-:23). Battleships at sea. A cargo ship. An aircraft carrier. A Destroyer, Cruiser and Battleship. US Navy men. Navy men work on a  ship. Ships...
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This silent film is from the top secret U.S. Air Force project known as "Black Spot" which began in December of 1965. The film was shot at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida where the program developed. Black Spot was intended to give the Air Force a self-contained night attack capability to seek out and destroy targets along the Ho Chi Minh Trail. In early-1966, the concept was approved by the Department of Defense and two Fairchild C-123K Providers (#54-691 and #54-698) were modified...
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Created by J.A. Mcgill, SINGING AND STINGING is a 1920s silent educational film about the mosquito, that shows amazing close-up views of these pests, describes their life cycle and eating habits, and presents some of the ways in which their populations can be kept low -- for example by spreading oil onto standing water in which they breed.  The film was one in a series released by Pathe that dealt with nature and the threat posed to man by the natural world and must have been especially...
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Funded by Northrop Grumman for the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, "Air Show" features a wide range of aircraft from WWI Sopwith Pups and German Triplanes, to F-4 Phantoms and supersonic F-105 Thunderchiefs. Also featured is a "Japanese Zero" (probably a modified T-6 from the "Tora Tora Tora" production), a skydiving and barnstorming demonstration, manned kite flying, and fighter aircraft including a P-51 Mustang, P-38 Lightning, Me-109 Messerschmidt, the U.S....
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Aircraft Familiarization GV-1: Air Refueling Procedures (MN 8999) is a short U.S. Navy training film on the in-air refueling operations of the GV-1 (a Lockheed Martin KC-130 Tanker). The film opens with a shot of the GV-1 flying (00:40), its refueling hose extended out behind it to a receiving aircraft—what appears to be a Vought F-8 Crusader. Graphics are used to show the layout of the GV-1 and where fuel is stored (01:27). Two fighter jets trail the GV-1 and refuel in air (01:38). Two...
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This late 1960s/early 1970s color training film (TF-6748) about the F-111 weapon system and F-111A attack radar mission profile was produced by the United States Air Force. Colorful graphics uncover the many knobs and controls on the General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark supersonic medium-range interdictor and tactical strike aircraft’s instrument panel (:25-:55). A pilot and instructor sit in the cockpit of an F-111 for attack radar scope training. A gloved hand turns a knob for the antennae....
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From Castle Films in 1937, "Paris The Beautiful" Shows scenes of Paris, including the Eiffel Tower, the Champs Elysees, Luxembourg Gardens, Cathedral of Notre Dame, and the Seine. This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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This is the United States Army T.F. 9 2510 black and white 1957 training film for renovating ammunition. Soldiers unload boxes of ammunition from a USAX 24668 train car (:37- 1:10 ). Ammo boxes are inspected for deterioration ( 1:11 - 1:25 ). A 90-millimeter projectile is shown ( 1:32 ). Renovation is done by the ordinance renovation units, shown riding in a military jeep ( 2:03 - 2:21 ). A job description and flow chart documents are shown ( 2:27 - 2:57 ). Detailed diagrams of how to set up...
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Hosted by General Holland "Howlin' Mad Smith, the gritty UNCOMMON VALOR TV series documents the U.S. Marines in combat in the Pacific theater during World War II and then during the Korean conflict. Created by Bill Karn, a Hollywood TV director best known for his work on "Gang Busters", "Uncommon Valor" was one of several military-inspired shows of its era (including "Navy Log", "Victory at Sea" and "Silent Service") that celebrated the...
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Lockheed Petroleum Services Ltd. gave viewers a look at the oil and gas wells that operate deep below the water’s surface off the coast of Louisiana in the early 1970s, and the revolutionary technology that made it possible to operate these wells.  At mark 02:15, the film introduces the viewer to A.W. Marks, operations superintendent at Lockheed Petroleum Services, who shows the viewer the capsule used to transport workers into the ocean depths. The capsule is lowered into the water at mark...
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This episode of the 1950s TV series The Greatest Drama tells the story of Franklin D. Roosevelt. The episode begins with FDR reading the United Nations declaration in 1942. It then shows the Hyde Park mansion (01:27) where he was born and raised. Photographs show FDR as a child, Harvard’s campus, and FDR with Eleanor. A young FDR is elected to the New York state senate (02:08); the young state senator smiles for the camera. The episode then shows the exterior of Presbyterian Hospital in New...
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In 1964 off the coast of Bermuda, SEALAB I was lowered to a depth 192 feet.   This film documents that amazing event.   The Sealab I experiment was to test the theories of saturated diving and the ability of humans to live and operate at extreme pressures.   The test involved four divers: LCDR Robert Thompson, MC; Gunners Mate First Class Lester Anderson; Chief Quartermaster Robert A. Barth; and Chief Hospital Corpsman Sanders Manning.   The top side commander was   Captain George F. Bond,...
Topics: US Navy, Sealab, Underwater Habitat, 1964, Bermuda, Stock Footage
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This color educational film is about the United States Naval Reserve Exercises in Miami, Florida in 1975. Copyright 1975.  Opening: Miami, Florida, 1975 (:09). People run with weapons. Title: Miami Naval Reserve Exercise One 1975 (:26). A Navy exercise in in full swing with weapons (:40). Captain Peter Sargurus puts on a helmet (:58). A mine sweeping Navy vessel (1:09). Invasion and counter attack on Fisher Island is one exercise being done (1:23). Battle for Fisher Island exercise, men with...
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This fascinating travelogue was made in 1934, in the era when China was in the grip of the Imperial nations. America operated its own fleet of warships in Chinese waters, to protect American interests, especially the tankers belonging to Standard Oil. Shown in the film are various U.S. Navy warships and gunboats, and although none are identified by name the USS Augusta (CA-31), flagship for the Asiatic fleet, is clearly visible. Canton and Shanghai are cities visited during the course of the...
Topic: U.S. Navy Recruiting Film
This short 1938 travelogue, part of Andre de la Varre’s 1930s Screen Traveler film series, takes viewers on a tour of the old towns of Normandy. The film opens with a shot of Normandy’s coast (00:31) and the coastal town of Fecamp. People walk down the streets of Fecamp and enjoy such highlights as the old Benedictine monastery (01:03) and the scenic sea-side promenade (01:34). Nearby is the small village of Yport (02:18). People crowd the beach for the Blessing of the Sea ceremony; ships...
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Although of somewhat poor quality, this historic silent newsreel shows German fighter ace Hermann Goering in action during WWI, and shots of the Fokker D.VII aircraft. Hermann Wilhelm Göring 12 January 1893 – 15 October 1946) was a German politician, military leader, and leading member of the Nazi Party (NSDAP). A veteran of World War I as an ace fighter pilot, he was a recipient of the coveted Pour le Mérite, also known as the "Blue Max". He was the last commander of...
Topics: Herman Goring, Newsreel, World War 1, Germany, Fokker, Manfred D. VII, Luftstretkrafte, Manfred Von...
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This circa 1938 black-and-white Pictoreel sports film takes its viewer to Pinehurst, North Carolina — the cradle of American golf. The film shows several luxurious homes and street scenes as the narrator explains how golf is the life blood of the city, so much so that many businesses close during the course of the day so that owners may take time to head to the links. Even “gentlemen of the cloth … mingle with their flocks” as at mark  01:50  two clergymen walk to the greens toting...
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“Dead Reckoning Procedure” is the title and the subject of this black-and-white U.S. Army training film, produced during circa 1942. (In navigation, dead reckoning is the process of calculating a current position by using a previously determined, or fixed, position.) The film opens with a scene of an airplane in flight, and a brief explanation to the viewer that in order for a pilot to reach an enemy target, skilled crew members must be familiar with aerial navigation and in particular,...
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This is a WWII black and white film was produced by The March of Time under the supervision of The Bureau of Aeronautics. Part I is an introduction to the topography, resources and industries of Japan. There are 3 films intended to help America “size up, our enemy, Japan”. Narrated by the honorable Joseph C. Grew, United States Ambassador to Japan, 1932-1941. It opens with narrator speaking to the camera, :48. Mount Fuji, 1:50. Japanese temples and statues, 2:05. Downtown Japan, 2:28....
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WINGED VICTORY ON FOOT profiles the famed 43rd Infantry Division, which was a formation of the United States Army from 1925 to 1967. It served in the Pacific during World War II. It was activated on 21 March 1925 as a New England National Guard Division in Connecticut, Maine, Rhode Island, and Vermont. The 143rd Area Support Group of the Connecticut National Guard now carries on the heritage. The film features footage of induction at 1:44, with troops receiving clothes. At the 1:58 mark, troops...
Topics: Winged Victory, 43rd Infantry Division, World War II, US Navy, 1925, 19267, Stock Footage
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Created in 1951, "Crusade in the Pacific" was an early television documentary that remains one of the most comprehensive looks at the Pacific Campaign on land, sea and air. In 24 separate 30 minute episodes, "Crusade" journals the War through tons and tons of basically uncensored stock footage, along with the timeless voice of Westbrook Van Voorhis. This episode of Crusade in the Pacific, "Bloody Iwo" looks at the Battle of Iwo Jima. Allied forces need the island...
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The Aristocrat of the Green Bean Family. This is a 1960s era color film about Blue Lake Beans: The Aristocrat of the Green Bean Family. The film is narrated. Blue Lake Green Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) are among America's favorite vegetables in the home garden. The movie opens with an animated green bean, with a top hat showing us the many ways green beans can be served. The Blue Lake variety of green bean is grown only in the states of Washington and Oregon :27. The Blue Lake is a pole bean....
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“Red Foley in So Powerful Strong” is presented by Ford Motor Company’s Tractor and Implement Division. This is a promotional film highlighting the new Ford 861 Diesel Tractor circa 1958. The film opens with a close-up of an “on air” button in a recording studio (0:14). Red Foley is playing his guitar and singing “Alabama Jubilee.” He finishes the song and says goodnight to the audience over the radio. As he plays an outro, the announcer thanks the sponsors of the Red Foley Show,...
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This 1960s film from International Harvester and the United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation gives viewers a look at the construction of the Glen Canyon Dam in northern Arizona. The film (possibly a response to the advocacy work of the Sierra Club) highlights the engineering challenges builders had to overcome as well as the benefits to be gained of the dam on the Colorado River. The film opens with footage of mountain men and Navajo gathering for the 1959 opening of a...
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This 1944 U.S. Navy film (MN-3726G) shows how medical stations are set up on Saipan and how wounded are evacuated from the largest of the Northern Mariana Islands. It was shot in part by cameraman Edwin C. Udey, from whom we have other films in our collection. The film opens with naval guns firing at Saipan and planes flying overhead as U.S. forces prepare to invade the island. Soldiers climb into transport ships and move to shore (01:02). Landing craft hit the beach; men and tanks start...
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In this 1968 Armed Forces information film (AFIF 172), viewers see several Viet Cong/COSVN propaganda films (captured by American forces near the Cambodian border) that show military operations, logistics and demolition planning, and non-military activities of the Viet Cong from their point of view. The film begins with a shot of the motion picture trademark of COSVN or the Central Office for South Vietnam, the communist organization and command headquarters that is directing the communist war...
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This silent home movie from the collection of George Mihal has portions that appear to date to 1934-35, and some parts that appear to be from as early as 1929 (dates based on Kodak edge codes) and was shot by someone named "PJ" who chronicled his trip Out West. The film begins with images of an Indian cliff dwelling, likely at Tonto National Monument in Arizona near Payson. At :35 the film moves to Tombstone, Arizona, where the annual "Helldorado Days" festivities are...
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This is a 1950, black and white training film made by the United States Army, "Hospital Food Service Personnel Training. Part III. Equipment." The movie shows how proper cleaning and sanitation of food equipment in a hospital promotes the good health of everyone, whereas poor sanitation can result in a disaster. The film opens with men getting dressed and cleaned up in a hospital locker room. A man in a chef’s hat comes in and talks to a mess attendant -- one of the men who keeps...
Topics: 1950s, US Army, Hospital Food Service, Kitchen Equipment, Stock Footage
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This film, MAKAI DEEP OCEAN DIVE was produced by the United States Navy in 1973. The film begins with remarks by astronaut and diver Scott Carpenter about Capt. George Bond, a U.S. Navy researcher who laid the groundwork for saturation diving with helium. Bond, who died in 1983, was an American physician who was known as a leader in the field of undersea and hyperbaric medicine and the "Father of Saturation Diving". The film then shows some of the steps taken in the wake of Bond's...
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The 1965 U.S. Navy training film Replenishment At Sea (MN-10037a) reviews the basic elements for a replenishment operation conducted at sea. The film covers various topics such has formations for the fleet to take during a replenishment operation, the types of equipment and transfer methods used, the different supplies transferred, and how to factor in elements including wind and hull wash. The film opens with shots of aircraft carriers sailing at sea (00:44). A jet is raised on an elevator to...
Topics: 1965, US Navy, Training Film, Ships, At Sea, Supplies
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A US Navy film, written and produced in the Southwest Pacific. Dedicated to the Officers and Men of VP Squadrons, Commander of Aircraft, Seventh Fleet. The Story of the Black Cats is about the Black Cats Squadron - rare night fighter aircraft of the US Navy from 1943-1945. The planes were PBY Catalina amphibian aircraft that were converted to bombers, which would attack the Japanese Navy at night in the Pacific Theater. This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest...
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This film shows rocket sled tests of aircraft components at the Holloman Air Force Base in the 1960s. An ejection seat test is shown. A lot of the footage is shot with high speed cameras, producing stunning slow motion footage of these rocket sleds. The Holloman High Speed Test Track was originally 3,350 ft (1,021 m) long when initial construction was completed in August 1949. The first test performed at the HHSTT was the launching of the Northrop N-25 Snark in 1950, but soon included human...
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This black & white educational film is about Diesel Engine Governors and is presented by the United States Navy, Bureau of Aeronautics. Copyright is 1942.  Opening titles: The United States Navy, Bureau of Aeronautics presents Diesel Engine Governors (:06-:38). A diesel engine. A governor is a system that is used to maintain the mean speed of an engine, within certain limits, under fluctuating load conditions. It does this by regulating and controlling the amount of fuel supplied to the...
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This film first takes a look at the 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle and various models of station wagons that were based on the Chevelle, including the Concours. The Chevelle which was a mid-sized automobile produced from 1964 to 1977 model years in three generations. It was one of Chevrolet’s most successful nameplates. This film was created for sales personnel and will break down the model’s features. Its construction was of a full solid perimeter type frame (1:18). The all welded steel body was...
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This home movie from a trip to Hawaii shows the submarine Tunny in Pearl Harbor at 1:08 . It also features a luau and images of a marine mammal show. This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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Military airfield, damaged bomber aircraft, Rome, ancient buildings, Sienna. This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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This 1944 black and white film “Behind the Winning Punch!” was presented by The War Production Board and produced by The American Industries Salvage Committee.   It opens with cannons and flames firing from ships in the night (:37-:54).   Steel factories provide closeups of conveyer cars holding pieces of scrap metal that are inserted in a furnace. Molten steel pours over a ledge. The reflection is seen in workers’ glasses. Large metal slabs are formed (:55- 1:45 ). Chairman of the War...
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This black and white animated training film of the United States Navy emphasizes the importance of avoiding undesirable weather for the sake of preventing accidents (TRT 5:56). Opening titles over an animated illustration of a cloudy sky above a football stadium (0:16). Cartoon naval officers cheer on a football team from the stands. A plane approaches the cloud overhead (0:28). The plane splits into two smaller planes that fly away in opposite directions (0:41). A newsboy sells newspapers in...
Topics: WWII, US Navy, Flight Safety, Cartoon, marginal Weather, Accidents, Stock Footage
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Created in 1943 by the propaganda department of the Nazi government under Minister Goebbels (and entirely in German), this rare film shows evidence of the Katyn Forest Massacre.  This was a mass execution of Polish nationals carried out by the Soviet secret police, in April and May 1940.  The number of victims is estimated at about 22,000. The victims were murdered in the Katyn Forest in Russia, the Kalinin and Kharkiv prisons and elsewhere. Of the total killed, about 8,000 were officers...
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A visual portrait of Glacier National Park in the 1940s. A companion film to 32660. This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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This is a 1943 government film that shows how industries and factories were responding during World War Two to the need to hire and train new workers. It includes a look at the hiring of women and African Americans to meet the labor shortage and promotes various initiatives to meet the desperate need for labor during the war, with how women entered the workforce for the first time in unprecedented numbers. This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic...
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Produced in the early 1940s by Encyclopedia Brittanica in collaboration with Dr. L. Carrington Goodrich of Columbia University, CHILDREN OF CHINA shows daily life in a rural village in Western China, with an emphasis of course on children.  From families having a breakfast meal together (4:30) to attending school (6:00), the film makes an effort to show how similar Chinese lives are to those in the West.  Some of the items shown in the film include an abacus, traditional Chinese lutes, and a...
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Interviews of different Air Force Airmen talking about experience in battle and what the mission means to them. This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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This rare film shows a series of missile launches and failures at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Among the ICBMs featured are the Atlas, Titan and Minuteman.  Vandenberg is a Department of Defense space and missile testing base, with a mission of placing satellites into polar orbit from the West Coast, using expendable boosters. ICBM testing at Vandenberg commenced in 1958 with the IRBM Thor, and rapidly progressed.  During the period 1958 to 1963, Thor, Atlas, Titan I, Titan II and...
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This film by Goodyear could be titled "Better Living Through Chemistry" and is about the rubber industry. It shows some of the history of rubber in the industrial age, including the use of rubber in automobile and airplane tires. The film then looks at the manufacture of synthetic rubber, and compares the differences between natural and synthetic rubber or polyisoprene. At 21:00 , crude polyisoprene rubber are shown being moved to a customer. Erasers, basketballs, safety vests,...
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Made by General Electric just after WWII and directed by Ray Culley, "The World's Largest Electrical Workshop" examines G.E.'s research and manufacturing facilities including at Bridgeport and Providence, where electrical generation and distribution equipment is manufactured, and where new technologies including better lighting, advancements in radio and television, and a myriad of other electronic and electric devices are developed.  As the narrator says: The march is on, the steady...
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