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Ephemeral films are non-fiction films usually made for educational, industrial, or promotional purposes. The two classic ephemeral film collections found on the Archive are the Prelinger Archives and AV Geeks.



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Educational Films
by Marshall, John. drt; Marshall, Lorna. wam; Galvin, Frank; Marshall, Laurence K. pro
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Director, photographer, Johnn Marshall; script, Lorna Marshall; editor, Frank Galvin
Topics: !Kung (African people), Ethnology, Hunting, Primitive, Manners and customs
Educational Films
by Film Boris von Borrisholm
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eye 1,266

favorite 7

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A man is tormented by the letter "A".  According to director Lenica, "It is a very simple film, with only one man and one letter in one set design. It is about a conflict between the man and the letter."  Rarely seen, with only a handful of prints known to be in existence.  Animated (cartoon, combined technique), West Germany/France. Awards: 1965 - Grand Prix at Oberhausen, Bundesfilmspreis - West Germany, Grand Prix at Prades. Opening card reads: en français J'étais un...
Topics: Animated films, Bundesfilmspreis
Educational Films
by Crawford, Ron
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eye 989

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An animated film which focuses on electrical, solar, and nuclear energies and shows how they are produced and used. For elementary grades This film isn't in the public domain. The copyright is owned by Phoenix Learning Group, Inc. For information on using footage of this film for your project, email us at footage@avgeeks.com
Topic: Power resources
Educational Films
by Churchill Films
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eye 886

favorite 5

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Title from data sheet
Topic: Animation (Cinematography)
Educational Films
by Council for a Television Course in the Humanities for Secondary Schools; Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc
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eye 2,958

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"Our Town" and Our Universe Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film This film introduces one of John Cheever's favorite themes, the American male's fear of losing his identity. Frustrated at the onset of age, middle-aged executive Cash Bentley attempts to recapture the glories of his college years and his athletic prowess by hurdling the living room furniture. Even a broken leg doesn't serve as a warning ... the moment it is healed hs back...
Topics: Wilder, Thornton, 1897-1975, Our town (Wilder, Thornton)
Educational Films
by American Broadcasting Company; CRM Films
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Produced by ABC
Topic: American Revolution (1775-1783)
Educational Films
by Eastman Kodak Company, Audiovisual Library Distribution
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SummaryDepicts a day in 18th century Williamsburg, focusing on the activities of the town s cabinetmaker and his family. Studies the first year in the life of a baby in a Japanese middle-class family. Shows a wide variety of activities in home environment from birth to first birthday: feeding, bathing, playing, sleeping, reactions to various stimuli, and interactions with other members of the family. Meaning of the film is easy to follow even though narrative is in Japanese.
Topics: 18th Century Life in Williamsburg, Virginia: Home Life, FamilyVirginiaEighteenth century history...
Educational Films
by King Screen Productions
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eye 4,326

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Questions the value of integration in a system that is run by whites. Tells the story of Sonny, a Black high school athlete who is looking forward to an athletic scholarship to sponsor his education in architecture and shows how Larry, a new black militant student, challenges Sonny's security in a white system. Describes how Sonny's integrated life is now torn between Black and white.
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Educational Films
by Robert Youngson Production; Carousel Films
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eye 658

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Charles Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Laurel and Hardy, Syd Chaplin
Topics: Comedians, Comedy films
Educational Films
by Morinaga Milk Industry Co
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eye 589

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365 Days With Our Baby Uses a Maidu Indian village located in Sacramento Valley, Calif., to show the range of activity of an archaeologist, from pre-excavation research planning to the end of field excavvation.
Topics: Infants, Parenting, Child rearing
Educational Films
by University of California, Berkeley. California Archaeological Survey; University of California, Berkeley. Extension Media Center
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eye 566

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Uses the excavation of a Maidu Indian village in California's Sacramento Valley to reveal how archaeologists study the relationship between human artifacts and history. Produced by Clyde B Smith and Tony Gorsline. Presents a view of the life and thoughts of Jung; pt. 1 deals with his childhood and student years and describes his relationship to and break with Freud; pt. 2 presents his major theories and concepts; pt. 3 deals with his old age and his attitudes toward Christianity and death.
Topics: Maidu Indians, Excavations (Archaeology)
Educational Films
by Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961; British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service; Time-Life Films
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Depicts the travels of psychologist Carl Gustav Jung and explains the development of his major theories and concepts. Discusses the collective unconscious, the psychology of types, the psyche in space and time and the importance of myth and intuition to the complete man. Part of a series that examines Jung's life and work, presented by Laurens van der Post, a friend of Jung's for 15 years. Shows how a married couple deals with the birth of their first child. Examines some of the problems and...
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Topic: Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961
Educational Films
by Mayer, Henry, 1914-; Espar, Sheri Gillette; Perennial Education, inc
movies

eye 10,554

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A Baby is Born Life of a nine-year-old autistic boy at home and at Loyola University's Child Guidance Center.
Topic: Childbirth
Educational Films
by Grover-Jennings Productions
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Follows a young badger who is sprayed by a skunk and discovers the many animals who live in the forest. Revised edition copyrighted 1977.
Topics: documentary, wildlife, short subject, badger, skunk
Educational Films
by Bond, Michael; Wood, Ivor; FilmFair Communications
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Adapted from the book of the same title by Michael Bond
Topic: Animated films
Educational Films
by Kleinerman, Isaac; CBS News
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A Boy Named Terry Egan Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Life of a nine-year-old autistic boy at home and at Loyola University's Child Guidance Center.
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Topic: Autistic children
Educational Films
by Kleinerman, Isaac; CBS News
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A Boy Named Terryegan Documents a reunion of Iowa teacher Jane Elliott and her third-grade class of 1970, subjects that year of an ABC News television documentary entitled the Eye of the storm. Shows how her experimental curriculum on the evils of discrimination had a lasting effect on the lives of the students.
Topics: Autistic children, Autistic children
Educational Films
by Ruzzin, Mark; Richardson, Anne
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Director, Mark Ruzzin; writer, Anne Richardson; director of photography, Jim Fealy
Topic: Automobiles
Educational Films
by Mayer, Mercer, 1943- Boy, a dog, and a frog; Evergreen Productions; Phoenix/BFA Films & Video
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eye 2,087

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Title from data sheet
Topics: Children's films, Frogs
Educational Films
by Nuremberg (Germany). Freiherrlich von Tucher'sche Brau-Administration. Abteilung Berlin
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eye 238

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Educational Films
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Executive producer, Tom Daly; director, Norman McLaren; animation, Evelyn Lambart; music, Ravi Shankar, Chatur Lal, Modu Mullick
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Topics: Motion Picture Photography., Interpersonal Relations.
Educational Films
by McLaren, Norman
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A fairy tale in the modern manner, told without words, about a youth and a common kitchen chair. When the young man tries to sit on a chair which declines to be sat upon, there is an ensuing struggle, first for mastery and then for understanding.
Topic: Adolescence
Educational Films
by Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870; Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation
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Film dramatizes one of the best-known incidents in English literature - the Christmas visit of Mr. Pickwick and his friends to Dingley Dell Farm. In the large parlor, everyone responds to the cordial atmosphere and joyous capers of Mr. Pickwick. From the Pickwick papers Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Dramatizes incidents from Charles Dickens' novel 'THE PICKWICK PAPERS,' recounting the cross - country winter coach trip of Mr....
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Christmas stories, Winter Christmas, Christmas, Winter
Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Educational Films
by Vinton, Will; Stookey, Paul, 1937-; Will Vinton Productions; Billy Budd Films
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Producer/director, Will Vinton; music, Paul Stookey; animation, Barry Bruce, Will Vinton, Joan Gratz, Matt Wuerker
Topics: Animated films, Christmas stories
Educational Films
by Consortium of Public Television Stations; Yale University. Films; PBS Video
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Reviews how an Iowa third-grade class learned the realities of prejudice and discrimination through a class exercise, portrayed in the film ""Eye of the Storm"". Rejoins the teacher and her students 15 years later, as they share their observations on the experience. Introduces algorithms. Follows step-by-step procedures for solving problems, for addition and subtraction. Emphasizes understanding of the basic principles involved in each step of an arithmetic process rather...
Topics: Elliott, Jane, Community Elementary School (Riceville, Iowa), Eye of the storm (Motion picture),...
Educational Films
by Sloan, Alan; AIMS Media
movies

eye 256

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Cataloged from contributor's data
Topics: Reading, Word recognition, Mustang, Horses, Stories in rhyme
Educational Films
by British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service
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eye 390

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Title from data sheet
Topics: English language, English language, English language in the United States, English language,...
Educational Films
by WETA-TV (Television station : Washington, D.C.)
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Narrator, James C. Bostain
Topics: Communication, Language and languages
Educational Films
by British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service
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Studies the life of Kate Nee in Connemara, western Ireland, showing that family members who had left their homes are returning because of recession abroad and the social benefits available on a small Irish farm
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Topics: Families, Economic history, Social conditions
Educational Films
by Howells, Barrie; Kemeny, John; Klein, Bonnie Sherr; National Film Board of Canada; Challenge for Change/Société Nouvelle
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Editor: Roger Hart
Topics: Alinsky, Saul David, 1909-1972, Citizens' associations, Community organization
Educational Films
by Griffith, D. W. (David Wark), 1875-1948; Kirkwood, James; Miller, Christie, 3n; Arvidson, Linda; Norris, Frank, 1870-1902. Pit; Blackhawk Films
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Linda Arvidson, James Kirkwood, Christie Miller
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Short films, Motion pictures
Educational Films
by PCR Films and Video in the Behavioral Sciences
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eye 523

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VHS
Topics: Auctions, Death, Manners and customs
Educational Films
by Documentary Educational Resources (Firm)
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Shows a healing ceremony used by the!Kung-speaking bushmen in Southwest Africa
Topics: Traditional medicine, !Kung (African people), Healing
Educational Films
by Brown, Ruth. Dark, dark tale; Weston Woods Studios
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eye 1,829

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Title from data sheet
Topics: Children's films, Dwellings, Cats, Mice
Educational Films
by WPBT-TV (Television station : Miami, Fla.)
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Producer and director, Robert Thurber; writers, Robert B. Stulberg, Nancy R. Thurber, Robert Thurber; narrator, James Earl Jones Documents the working conditions of Florida farm laborers and the lack of governmental and industrial response to their plight. Examines the growth of agribusiness in relation to the Florida citrus industry Summary Discusses the plight of migrant workers in the citrus groves of Florida. Comments on the industry and the government which supports it. Produced by Robert...
Topics: 16mm Film, Series: A Day Without Sunshine, Educational Film, Agricultural laborers, Agricultural...
Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Educational Films
by WPBT-TV (Television station : Miami, Fla.)
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Producer and director, Robert Thurber; writers, Robert B. Stulberg, Nancy R. Thurber, Robert Thurber; narrator, James Earl Jones Documents the working conditions of Florida farm laborers and the lack of governmental and industrial response to their plight. Examines the growth of agribusiness in relation to the Florida citrus industry Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Reel 1 available here
Topics: 16mm Film, Series: A Day Without Sunshine, Educational Film, Agricultural laborers, Agricultural...
Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Educational Films
by State University of New York at Buffalo; National Educational Television Film Service
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Reviews the definition of language, and explains the relationship between language and culture. Discusses whether one language is older, better, or more difficult to learn than another language. Describes language patterns and explains how they affect the learning of a language. Features Dr. Henry Lee Smith of the University of Buffalo
Topic: Language and languages
Educational Films
by Dahlquist, John; Smith, Steve
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Defines terms used by economists, such as "demand," "change in quantity demanded," and "change in demand."
Topic: Supply and demand
Educational Films
by South Bay Mayors' Committee for Employment of the Handicapped
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Shows a government committee's shocked reaction to a musical comedy which presents an appeal to employ handicapped people, when they were expecting a maudlin, emotional presentation
Topics: Counseling-Guidance., Human development., Handicapped
Educational Films
by University of California, Berkeley
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A Different Path: The Kibbutz, Search for a New Society (1973) Analyzes the characters in A doll's house to show why their personalities are consistent with the ending which Ibsen chose. Discusses the unique structure of Ibsen's plays in terms of his realistic approach to drama. Examines the themes of the play.
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Topics: Kibbutzim, Manners and customs
Educational Films
by Ibsen, Henrik, 1828-1906. Et dukkehjem
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PART I MAY BE VIEWED HERE (LINK) INSTRUCTOR'S  GUIDE AVAILABLE (CLICK HERE) Presents Ibsen's play in a modern setting to emphasize the timeliness of his message. Shows how Nora discovers that she has been living in a fantasy world, which Ibsen calls her doll's house, and shows how Ibsen slowly destroys her illusions about herself and her situation. Another issue. b&w
Topic: Ibsen, Henrik, 1828-1906
Educational Films
by Ibsen, Henrik, 1828-1906. Et dukkehjem
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PART I MAY BE VIEWED HERE (LINK) Probes the roots of aggression in human behavior, determines the difference between constructive and destructive aggression, and examines various outlets for aggression.
Topic: Ibsen, Henrik, 1828-1906
Educational Films
by Marceau, Marcel; Fred A. Niles Communications Center; Xerox Films
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Originally released by Columbia Pictures Corp., 1968
Topics: Friendship, International cooperation
Educational Films
by Cheharbakhshi, Henry; International Film Bureau
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Illustrates some of the basic terms and techniques used in film editing Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Motion pictures
Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Educational Films
by International Film Bureau
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With guide Introduces the basic techniques of motion picture making by following a young director through the production of a short film. Demonstrates the planning, shooting, and editing of the film; explains the functions of various crew members, and their roles in bringing about a finished film
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Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Motion pictures
Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Educational Films
by Seily, Steve
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Focuses on various programs that help preschool handicapped children acquire and maintain developmental skills. Includes models such as the home-bound program for very young infants or those whose handicaps prevent them from traveling to a center, the center-based program in which children attend a center for a specified number of days each week, programs specializing in the treatment of specific handicaps, and integrated programs in which handicapped and nonhandicapped children learn together....
Topics: Developmentally disabled children, Developmental disabilities, Rehabilitation
Educational Films
by Phoenix/BFA Films & Video
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Illustrates forces that change the earth: water, wind, animals, plants, temperature, and forces beneath the surface of the earth. Shows how a mountain might be formed and molded, and how fossil and mineral evidence help describe changes that have occurred
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topic: Geology
Educational Films
by Norman Bean Films; Phoenix/BFA Films & Video
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comment 0

Title from data sheet
Topic: Insects
Educational Films
by Sloan, Alan; AIMS Media
movies

eye 450

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Cataloged from contributor's data
Topics: Leopard, Wildlife conservation, Children's films, Leopards, Stories in rhyme
Educational Films
by Goethem, Nicole Van; Lucerne Media
movies

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Academy Award winner for best animated short film, 1987
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews )
Topics: Animated films, Short films
Educational Films
movies

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Educational Films
by Marshall, John. pro; Marshall, John. aut; Marshall, John. drt
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Ju/'hoan women often share an intimate sociability and spend many hours together discussing their lives, enjoying each other's company and children. In this short film, Ju/'hoan women rest, talk and nurse their babies while lying in the shade of a baobab tree. This film is a good illustration of "collective mothering" in which several women support each other and share the nurturing role
Topics: Ju/'hoansi, !Kung, Kin groups, Communities, Mothers, Women
Educational Films
by Cohen, Barbara, 1932-1992. Thank you, Jackie Robinson; Martin Tahse Productions
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From WorldCat: A drama set in the 1940's about a fatherless white boy who learns about friendship and love by sharing his preoccupation with baseball with an elderly Black chef who has come to cook in his mother's inn. Title from data sheet Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film
Topics: A Home Run For Love, Feature films, Baseball, Friendship
Educational Films
by Caza, Ginnette; Beyers, Charlotte K; Ranen, Aron; LeBlanc, Michel; Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange Collection - York University; Magic Lantern Communications Ltd
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Produced in collaboration with Manitoba Educational Television
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: AIDS (Disease), AIDS (Disease) in children
Educational Films
by Documentary Educational Resources (Firm)
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eye 1,215

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The joking relationship is an important part of institutionalized kinship behavior among the!Kung Bushman Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Depicts a moment of flirtation and joking between a young wife and her uncle of the Kung band of bushmen in Namibia.
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, !Kung (African people), Anthropology, Africa
Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Educational Films
by Heckel, Sally; Glaspell, Susan, 1882-1948. Jury of her peers; Texture Films, inc
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eye 9,408

favorite 6

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Title from data sheet
Topics: Short films, Farm life, Women
Educational Films
by Wooldridge, Walter Reginald
movies

eye 126

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Narration by Senator Joseph Clark and an animated chart explain the steps through which a bill progresses to become a law. Follows the Housing act of 1959 through its genesis, committee hearings, Congressional passage, two vetoes, and final approval by the President.
Topics: Bill drafting -- United States, Housing -- Law and legislation -- United States, Educational Films...
A/V Geeks
by Donald H Riddle; McGraw-Hill Book Company.
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eye 234

favorite 3

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Narration by Senator Joseph Clark and an animated chart explain the steps through which a bill progresses to become a law. Follows the Housing act of 1959 through its genesis, committee hearings, Congressional passage, two vetoes, and final approval by the President. We digitized and uploaded this film from the A/V Geeks Archives. Email us at footage@avgeeks.com if you have questions about the footage and are interested in using it in your project.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Law, legislation, United States.
Educational Films
by Keats, Ezra Jack. Letter to Amy; Weston Woods Studios
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Based on the book of the same title written and illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats
Topics: Letter writing, Children's parties, Birthdays, Friendship, Children's films
Educational Films
by Lierop, Robert F. van; California Newsreel (Firm)
movies

eye 373

favorite 7

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Directed by Robert Van Lierop
Topic: Portuguese colonies
Educational Films
by Chait, Michael; Grossman, Len, joint author
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eye 137

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Examines a man's emotional and psychological reactions to the death of his father. Raises questions about the reasons for emotional restraint among men
Topics: Men, Bereavement, Expression
Educational Films
by Documentary Educational Resources (Firm)
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eye 22,814

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Follows anthropologists Napoleon Chagnon as he collects anthropological field data among the Yanoama Indians of southern Venezuela
Topics: Chagnon, Napoleon A., 1938-, Yanomamo Indians
Educational Films
movies

eye 123

favorite 2

comment 0

Produced by Steve Seily
Topic: Children with disabilities
Educational Films
by Stanfield, James; Stanfield House (Firm)
movies

eye 197

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Music, Cass Elliot, photographer, James Stanfield; editor, Robert Herrup
Topics: Skis and skiing, People with disabilities, Sports for people with disabilities
Educational Films
by Dan Klugherz Productions
movies

eye 116

favorite 3

comment 0

Title from data sheet
Topics: Older people, Aged
A/V Geeks
by Humane Society of the United States.; Walter J. Klein Company.
movies

eye 369

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Discusses aspects of pet ownership, including quality time, a good home, investment, medical care, and other vital matters in a dog or cat's life.
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Topic: pets
Educational Films
by BioMedia Associates
movies

eye 280

favorite 10

comment 0

Title from data sheet
Topic: Algae
Educational Films
by BioMedia Associates
movies

eye 382

favorite 11

comment 0

Title from data sheet
Topic: Bacteria
Educational Films
by National Safety Council; Journal Films, inc
movies

eye 187

favorite 3

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With teacher's guide
Topic: Lifting and Carrying.
A/V Geeks
by Humane Society of the United States.; Walter J. Klein Company.
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Discusses aspects of pet ownership, including quality time, a good home, investment, medical care, and other vital matters in a dog or cat's life.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Educational Films
movies

eye 421

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Camera close-up studies of commonly known non-poisonous night creatures that might be encountered by Mr. Toad after sundown. Among the creatures shown in natural habitats are the pillbug, the millepede, katydid, snail, tomato worm, and the cricket
Topic: Nature study
Educational Films
by Open University; British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service; Media Guild
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eye 1,806

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Produced by the BBC for the British Open University
Topic: Geometry, Non-Euclidean
Educational Films
by Bernstein, Sidney, 1899-; Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899-1980; Blake, Brian
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Director, 1945 edition, Sidney Bernstein; consultant, Alfred Hitchcock; director, 1985 edition, Brian Blake
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Topics: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), World War (1939-1945), Jews, World War, 1939-1945, Concentration...
Educational Films
by Thames Television, ltd; Media Guild
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Producer, Diana Potter ; director, Richard Mervyn ; photographer, Frank Hodge ; graphic designer, Bernard Allum ; film editor, Rosemary Maclaughlin ; music, Osian Ellis
Topics: Gardens, English, Landscape gardening
Educational Films
by Johnson, Crockett, 1906-1975. Picture for Harold's room; Weston Woods Studios
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Based on the book of the same title by Crockett Johnson
Topics: Animated films, Children's films