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    I also thought they could be referencing the original novel. Yet that isn't something done often in movies unless the source is very famous, as in the Disney animated features based on popular fairy tales (see the book open its pages). I think our theories about it being the Civil War books makes the most sense. It is a fascinating gimmick. Perhaps I view it as "odd" because it wasn't repeated again in other movies. It is not something I was used to.
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    I had a feeling you would have some issues with my comments. I actually did like the movie, but I liked it in much the same way you like Zeffirelli's Romeo & Juliet. Yes, I was a pulling a few hairs here and there and I should apologize if my use of "far less" regarding George might have gotten you going. Please forgive me. No, I still don't think we learn all that much about George but, to be fair, we don't learn much about a lot of characters in these hour and a half movies. Soooooo... I will just rephrase myself by saying, after all of our discussions about Alec in Brief Encounter (and my referencing Renato in Summertime), I don't feel we know any more about George than we do of any of the others discussed in any of these romantic films. This movie is really about Vivian, not George, anyway. Just as the other was more about Laura than Alec. Unfortunately I have not read the original book this was adapted from. It would be interesting to see if this movie was a faithful adaptation or one that took quite a few liberties. My thoughts on George being a possible alcoholic are purely speculative. I hope I made that clear in my wording. Like I stated, we don't see him drink much. I mentioned the glass throwing because it was pretty shocking behavior. Yet I can't confirm anything one way or another. I quite agree. I think your response was... partly, not entirely... regarding my earlier comments about Leslie Halliwell, whom I already told you that I disagree with a lot. However I should be more specific in my use of "critical darling". I was basically indicating that this film does not get discussed much in movie books. With that in mind, very few of the "short subjects" I often discuss are "critical darlings" either.
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    This movie was much better than I thought it would be, since it isn't one of the critical darlings of movie books discussed much. Shirley Booth's performance sells it well. In the beginning, I wondered if her character was going to be too blunt and tell-it-like-it-is to the point of being annoying. However she was very much the opposite after the initial scenes. Her character genuinely cares about everybody and does not enter any boundaries not invited to. She allows Robert Ryan's George to only reveal to her what he wants to reveal to her. I feel, in the case with him, she should have been more inquisitive than she was. Then again, we would not have that “gotcha” smack in the middle, which you have already spoiled. It is a “gotcha” similar to David Lean's Summertime. I won’t reveal how she finds out, but there is a key screencap that I just had to grab online for my collection when watching this on YouTube. It involves the movie marquee reading “Selected Short Subjects”. I do discuss them thar things an awful lot on this messageboard. It was lots of fun seeing so many familiar faces, many not billed in the credits. Movies of this vintage were plentiful when I was younger, if not so much today, and I got to know many of the character actors who were less famous than the leads and radio stars famous more for their voices than their cameos on screen. Of course, some like Ellen Corby and Harry Morgan became leading TV stars of the seventies. Even Darrin's neurotic mother in Bewitched, Mabel Albertson, has a cameo. A few other little nuggets of interest. The movie was filmed and set in the autumn of 1953 (although the original book was published three years earlier) after the Korean War, but we flashback her story to just before America enters WW2 when she is a nightclub singer. Great attention to detail is displayed by getting the rear projection scenes of her taxi ride with Ryan just right with only '30s cars shown, but then the taxi is seen close up and it is obviously a post-war model. Oops! However nobody going to the movies back then ever fussed about such things like today's internet viewers who have google search images at their fingertips. I also found the use of book pages flipping during key transition scenes both fascinating and a bit odd. Presumably they are pages of a Civil War history she is reading. As she explains to George, it helps maintain her connection with him while he is away. Lots of nice character scenes here like Vivian's conversation with teenage “gee, I don't know” Pixie over a dinner she worked hard over. Pixie and others may treat her like dirt, but she cares enough for Pixie to prevent her from getting into trouble with the “wrong” boyfriend. Shirley Booth invites some comparison to Bette Davis in Now Voyager, taking on a big sister role in her later years as she remains a spinster with no man. She feels satisfied with her doomed romance and is conscientious of others' personalities that resemble hers, preventing them from making the same mistakes she did. She may be a tad control freakish, but her heart is in the right place and she successfully monitors the lives of those she cares about, being quick to shoo away Harry Morgan's sleezy character from a tenant who is a “nice girl”. Curiously, she is also perfectly OK with this “nice girl” marrying an alcoholic who claims he is “cured” by an almost-collision in a city street. Go figure. Maybe this alcoholic tenant, Lan... I believe... the one played by Alex Nichol?, reminds her of George. It is never spelled out if George had alcoholic issues since we rarely see him drink. His story is told strictly from her point of view in flashback and she, herself, may be leaving out some, um, significant details. That glass smashing in the bar fireplace, which I did not find amusing at all, was an obvious sign that George's “illness” may not have just been a “heart condition”. Plus alcoholism is a recurring theme of this movie that may have gone back to her experiences with her abusive father, discussed with George in a key scene but, again, not spelled out. With Lan, whom the LA police still allow him a driving license despite so many DUI tickets (?!!!), she is very forgiving of him despite his constant running over her flower beds. Funny thing... after all of our discussions about Alec in Brief Encounter (and my referencing Renato in Summertime), I feel I know far less about George than anybody else in any of these romantic films. We just get a quick shot of his family and learn nothing of the airplane engineering “industrial” career that he's as enthusiastic about as he is Civil War trivia. It seems curious that Viv is focused just on the latter and not the former. The ending is, in true “Happy Ending” fashion, rather compact and self-satisfied. Yeah... I was a trifle disappointed here. However I do understand that it was necessary for a saga about a woman who never settles with the love of her life and must operate as an ordinary, hard working boarding house owner. Overall, this is a good film with a few gaps left unresolved, but Shirley Booth is what sells it for me.
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    Interesting... now we have four films involving Johnson and Coward and still counting. I have not done all of my homework on those two and, no, I haven't seen that one. She had a smaller role in In Which We Serve, also with Lean involved.
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    A really great movie to watch in context with this one is This Happy Breed. It was filmed in Technicolor two years earlier (in 1943, but released '44) with Noel Coward, David Lean and Celia Johnson all involved as with this one. Celia essentially plays the opposite role to her Laura in that one, being a scornful mother upset that her daughter "ran away" with a married man. Key line: "She's no child of mine." Her husband (Robert Newton) tries to talk sense: "If she loves that man so much, maybe it was too strong for her. Maybe she couldn't help herself." Eventually she accepts her back, but it takes a while. I am sure Celia was thrilled to play a role where the shoe was on the other foot, so to speak.
  6. It is, perhaps, the most neglected genre of cinema. The sponsored promotional film never gets its proper respect, any more than your average TV commercial. To be fair, it is hard to analyze films that often lack story-lines or feature major stars, although some of the animated cartoons get modest attention in small circles. Not surprisingly, they were ignored at Oscar time (with one exception listed far below) because Hollywood's bigwigs didn't view them as particularly “worthy”. Nonetheless they existed and some of those spared from the death of nitrate decomposition are quite cinematic and innovative. The two companies I am profiling here were focused in the Detroit and Chicago areas, but with multiple branch offices across the U.S. and in foreign countries as well: Jam Handy Organization and Wilding Picture Productions a.k.a. Wilding, Inc. Because so many films produced by these two were rarely documented, even in their own time, outside of select periodicals like Business Screen (1938-1973), it is quite a chore gathering information about them. Hopefully this thread can encourage others to provide a much better listing than mine. This is a history that should not be ignored. Rick Prelinger, a key archivist, has helped spare Jam Handy's name from the ravages of time, providing a mini-history in Films that Work: Industrial Film and the Productivity of Media (edited by Vinzenz Hediger and Patrick Vonderau, Amsterdam University Press, 2009) and uploading a log book for that company, ending abruptly in the '60s, to the Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/JHOProdLog3/page/n0 As a film producer, Handy was enormously prolific. For a time, more film stock was being processed in Detroit, Michigan than by several major studios in California combined. Henry Jameson “Jam” Handy was very energetic and dedicated-to-healthy-living, being once part of the Illinois Athletic Club water polo team in the 1924 Olympics and an active swimmer well into his nineties. He started making movies sometime in the 1910s with his first company started during World War I with Herbert Kaufman assisting (as stated in Anthony Slide's The New Dictionary of the American Film Industry, Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1998). Much of his early work was in the field of animated cartoons, particularly diagram films for the armed services. While he never became the next Walt Disney, he did maintained his own animation department for a rather long time and even employed the great Max Fleischer at one point. The first official “Jam Handy” productions began circulation around 1922 (with this list's earliest title date) and his settling in Detroit the following year. His first sound productions arrived around 1930 and, by 1932, he was expanding with a new facility at 2900 East Grand Boulevard. At its peak, JHO (Jam Handy Organization) employed 600. In addition to the above mentioned animation department, there were two full orchestras that rivaled any out west, a processing lab and mobile projection vans that provided a newsreel you-are-there quality on screen almost equal to Fox Movietone. Technicolor was being utilized by 1936, three years after his arch rival Wilding Picture Productions (as discussed farther below). Initially the process was used for animated cartoons and select Alka Seltzer and Norge live-action ads, but one special two-reeler made for the New York World's Fair of '39 and CocaCola, Refreshment Through The Years, became so popular that many historians have incorrectly labeled it as the first all-color “sales film”. Because Technicolor was still an expensive luxury, Cinecolor and AnscoColor were tested as alternatives until 16mm Kodachrome (and later Ektachrome) became the favored choice for most industrial films. Eastmancolor arrived in 1952, alternating with Technicolor in the 35mm format. Three films utilized SuperScope in the fifties, all absolutely gorgeous productions that still maintain interest today: American Engineer, American Look and American Maker. Almost half of the JOH product was bankrolled by General Motors which, at the time, was the most profitable manufacturing company in America. The vast majority promoted the Chevrolet division, but some involved Pontiac, Buick and Oldsmobile divisions while, curiously, ignoring Cadillac for the most part. The relationship between film producer Handy and GM was mutually beneficial with the former keeping production costs down and only demanding the smallest take on any profits while the latter received all of the much needed advertising on both big theatrical and smaller household screens. GM's competitors like Chrysler, Ford, American Motors and Packard also utilized Jam Handy's services on occasion, but Chrysler and Ford's auto divisions had a more exclusive deal with Wilding. GM remained Jam Handy's chief supporter through the summer of 1971 when he helped one of his top assistants, William H. Sandy, branch out on his own by transferring over to him the lofty $5 million account, as covered by a New York Times article on September 7th of that year. Earlier, in the autumn of 1969, JHO became a part of Reeves Teletape and began decreasing the number of actual motion pictures but still maintaining a prolific output of 16mm filmstrips, a staple of the business since the thirties (but not covered on this thread). The company was still quite large at that time with additional sales branches in Chicago, New York City, Hollywood and Toronto. Yet after Sandy branched off with his own company, very few actual movies were made and most often these were done by other production companies with Handy merely providing some financial backing and expertise. By 1979, video cassettes had completely replaced filmstrips and these included some rather interesting car maintenance “how to” guides. By the time of his passing at age 97, his company was down to just two key employees but it still stayed afloat for a few more years mostly in video production. The Grand Boulevard studio was taken over for a period by Faith for Miracles for a series of religious TV shows. The building still stands today almost by default. In recent years, it has hosted a few film retrospectives and have preserved some of the Handy legacy. Although little effort was made to save the Jam Handy films for preservation, a surprising number survive because they are literally everywhere in private collections and thanks to Prelinger and others considering them worthy of rediscovery. Their aim was to sell and educate first and entertain secondly; sugar coated education is one way to describe them. A few even featured familiar faces like comedian Edgar Kennedy in the delightful The Other Fellow and soon to be famous Karl Malden in Joe's Kid. Others can best be described as “retro” entertainment, particularly those made in the shallow consumerist fifties with an emphasis on happy housewives fussing over the latest appliances from Westinghouse and Frigidaire. Yet thought provoking documentaries like Both Sides Of The Equation, directed by John MacDonald as late as 1970, are certainly worth a second look. Two personal favorites of mine: This one from 1936 starts with a solarized image of the workers appearing as if they are reliefs formed in some imaginary metal plate. Many of the Handy films of this period invite comparison to the contemporary British documentary “school”, highlighted by the GPO Film Unit and John Grierson, in that they emphasize how The Common Man is both the brains and muscle behind every machine. The narration on this next 1958 production was done by the mighty Marvin Miller of CBS radio's The Whistler, UPA cartoons and Warner Brothers travelogues. He also voiced Aquaman on Saturday morning TV. This exposé on mid-century design is a delightful overkill for the wide screen... perhaps it suggests that 1950s society was as trapped in the same geometric patterns as the trendy furnishings and wallpaper designs showcased? It then progresses towards a “soft sell” of Chevrolet's latest model ready to roll off the assembly line for '59. Jam Handy Organization Checklist Below is the far from complete list of the short films that is hopefully easier to read than past Shortie Checklist posts. If “one reel” is mention, it can run anywhere from a minute to eleven minutes and I will have to provide actual minutes (m) and seconds (s) later when/if that information becomes available. Two reels is roughly twenty minutes, three thirty and so on. Obviously black and white is indicated as “bw”. First up, a brief list of Jam Handy's feature films: General Motors: Around The World (General Motors Export) / bw & silent-49m / January 1928 / video: https://archive.org/details/GeneralM1927 / video: https://archive.org/details/GeneralM1927_2 / video: https://archive.org/details/GeneralM1927_3 / video: https://archive.org/details/GeneralM1927_4 Every Third Wheel (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.- John A. Freese) / bw-8 reels / February 27, 1931 (listed in production by Film Daily) Keep 'Em Holding (Thermoid Co.) / bw-60m / January 15, 1941 Doctor In Industry: The Story Of Kenneth W. Randall (General Motors Corp.- Harford Kerbawy) bw-55m / February 22, 1946 / video: https://archive.org/details/0217_Doctor_in_Industry Strange Interview (General Motors Corp.- Herbert Kerbawy) / bw-60m / © March 6, 1947 On Guard For Complete Engine Protection (Fram Corp.) / color (16mm)-59m / April 27, 1949 The Safest Thing On Wheels (Thermoid Co.) / bw-52m / June 20, 1949 All That I Have (Church of God) / bw-57m / July 17, 1953 Handy's first TV show was done on June 11, 1946 for the Dumont and ABC Networks just before the former's official launch. As expected, Chevrolet promoted this untitled production. I don't get into live TV productions here, but do list (again, in a very generalized way) some of the 35mm shot TV commercials.
  7. The other threads: http://forums.tcm.com/topic/78341-a-shortie-checklist-paramount/ http://forums.tcm.com/topic/81033-a-shortie-checklist-warner-bros/ http://forums.tcm.com/topic/81165-a-shortie-checklist-mgm/ http://forums.tcm.com/topic/96727-a-shortie-checklist-rko-and-path%C3%A9-and-fbo/ http://forums.tcm.com/topic/98056-a-shortie-checklist-fox-20th-century-fox-and-educational-pictures/ http://forums.tcm.com/topic/99364-a-shortie-checklist-columbia-pictures/ http://forums.tcm.com/topic/99365-a-shortie-checklist-universal-post-1928/ http://forums.tcm.com/topic/114972-a-shortie-checklist-an-assortment-of-culinary-delights/ http://forums.tcm.com/topic/139415-a-shortie-checklist-british-instructional-gaumont-british-rank/ http://forums.tcm.com/topic/181849-a-shortie-checklist-charles-urban/
  8. Thousands Of Experts (Alitalia Airlines; script: Sheryl London; camera: Bernard Hirchenson) / color (16mm)-26m54s / February 1965 (completed '64) Behind the scenes with the airline. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuHT3JfGPmE Thread And Form Grinder (Sheffield Corp.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © August 7) Thrill Hunters (Dodge Division of the Chrysler Corp. ) / bw-1 reel / September 12, 1940 (Film Daily mention) Through The Customer's Eyes (script: Norman B. Terry) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) Thunderbolt Hunters (General Electric Co. ) / bw (16mm)-10m / 1941 / video: https://archive.org/details/0645_Thunderbolt_Hunters_02_50_38_00 Ticket To Freedom (Ford Motor Co.- narrator: Edward R. Murrow) / bw (16mm)-14m / 1952 A Time For Living (American Institute of Laundering- Orlando P. Lippert; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / color (16mm)-30m / © May 25, 1949 Time Of Change (American Handboard Association) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1962 Time Out For Living (Michigan Cancer Fund) / color (16mm)-1 reel / January 1964 Tips From The Toppers (Ford Motor Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © October 12) Tire For Today (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © April 28) A Tire Is Born (American Oil Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 (script © September 18) The Tire That Changes Everything (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © December 15, 1949 & March 31) The Tire That Speaks For Itself (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Harden DeView) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © March 18) To Bring Appliance Salesmen Back To Life (Frigidaire Division of General Motors Corp.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1958 (script © April 16) To Keep The Flame Alive (script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © May 5) To Live Again (St. Barnabas Hospital- Mel London) / color-13m30s / December 1963 Academy Award Nominee. Profiles Parkinson's disease To Protect Our Good Name (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © December 3) To Those In Need (Community Fund of Chicago; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © July 26) To Your Health (American Oil Co.- John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-36m / © February 26, 1962 The Toast (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © February 6) Tomorrow Begins Today (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © November 29) Tomorrow Is Free (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1941 (script © October 27) Tomorrow's Bio Performer (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © June 26) Tomorrow's Super-Fuel For Today (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) Tomorrow's Trees (Weyerhaeuser Timber [Modern Talking Picture Service]- John B. Davenport) / Eastmancolor-32m / © May 28, 1959 (completed '58) Tools At Hand (Studebaker Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © October 30) Tools Of The Trade (Ford Motor Co.; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © April 12) Tops For Today (General Electric Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © September 16) Total Performance: Ford '64 (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / September 1963 The Totally New Tire (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole & John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-5m / 1954 (script © April 28) The Totally New Tire: The U.S. Royal 8 (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © April 28) Toward The Light (Jos. Schlltz Brewing Co.; script: Adrian Gendot) / Eastmancolor-28m / © November 30, 1959 Toward The Victory Of Health (American Diabetic Association) / color (16mm)-2 reels / 1966 Town Of The Times (Office of Civil Defense) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 Trader Thorne (Ford Motor Co.; script: George A. Wilcock) / bw-10m23s / 1949 (script © June 3) / video: https://archive.org/details/TraderTh1956 The Traffic Court (General Electric Co., Traffic Appliance Division; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © July 13) Trail Of The Rocket (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp. ) / bw-29m31s / 1949 (script © October 28) / video: https://archive.org/details/Trailoft1951 https://archive.org/details/Trailoft1951_2 Training Is Good Business (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © January 25) Travel Machine (Greyhound Corp.; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1969 Treasure Farm (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © June 16) Treasure Ho (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.; script: Max Hodge) / bw-1 reel / 1949 (script © June 3) Trees For Tomorrow (Weyerhaeuser Timber Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-2 reels / 1957 (script © November 29) Trees To Tribune (Chicago Tribune) / bw (16mm)-19m55s / 1937 (Business Screen mention, March 20, 1939) / video: https://archive.org/details/TreestoT1937 Trees To Tribune (2nd version) (Chicago Tribune; script: Albert L. Weeks) / color (16mm)-10m / 1947 (script © June 16) Trial By Fire (Illinois Bell System; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © April 14) Trial By Torture (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp. ) / bw-1 reel / September 1937 The Truck That Tips Its Cab To Service (White Motor Co.; script: Samuel O. Beall & Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © March 3) Trucks With The Most: Dodge For '59 (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Junius Eddy) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1958 (script © August 25) The True Story Of Synthetic Rubber (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1943 (script © July 31) Truscon Hollow Metal Doors (Republic Steel Corp., Truscon Steel Division; script: Hal Secor) / color (16mm)-30m / © May 8, 1958 The Truscon Warehouse Story (Republic Steel Corp., Truscon Division; script: Hal Secor) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © July 6) The Truth About Trucks (Studebaker Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © February 23) Try This For Color (script: Albert L. Weeks) / color-1 reel / 1941 (script © October 27) Tune With The Times (script: Charles Cromer) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © November 8 ) Tupper Gets On The Beam (script: Joseph H. Mayne) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) Turn About Is Fair Play (Atlas Supply Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © September 8 ) Turn On The Light (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / October 1961 The Turning Point (Ford Motor Co.; script: Harry Grabow) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © October 20) The Turning Point (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.- Anthony A. Sassano) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 (script © September 7) The Turnpike Cruiser (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) The Tuttle Tugger (John Deere & Co.- Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-30m / September 1938 Part comedy, part educational involving a salesman. TV Coast To Coast (Western Electric Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © June 8 ) The Two Most Trusted Words (Swift & Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © October 15) Two Ways To Safety (Universal Railway Devices) / color (16mm)-5m / © June 23, 1967 U.S. Rubber Advertising Presentation (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © April 28) U.S. Rubber Sales Films (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw-5 shorts (1R each) / 1952 (script © June 16) Uncle Joe (John Deere & Co.; script: Albert L. Weeks) / Technicolor-2 reels / September 15, 1941 (Business Screen review) Filmed at Hal Roach studio with Zazu Pitts & Slim Summerville The Uncommon Carrier (Republic Steel Corp. ) / color (16mm)-19m / © December 19, 1958 The Uncommon Denominator (Koppers Co., Engineering & Construction Division; script: Paul C. Woodbridge) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © October 30) Unfinished Rainbows (More Worlds To Conquer) (Wiling Pictures/Aluminum Co. of America- Jean Yarbrough; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / Technicolor-42m / March 31, 1941 Soft sale dramatic with Alan Ladd & Janet Shaw / video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00o1JBsLOBg Unicom (Universal Railway Devices- John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-5m / © June 23, 1967 The Unknown Element: The Opportunity For Salesmen (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) Unseen Horizons (Ohio Oil Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / color (16mm)-30m / © December 5, 1949 Use And Care Of Hand Tools In Precision Assembly Work (script: Norman B. Terry) / bw-1 reel / 1944 (script © September 19) The Use And Care Of Twist Drills (Cleveland Twist Drill Co. ) / color (16mm)-23m / © September 13, 1966 USS Quality Series, Metallurgical Process Control (U.S. Steel Corp. ) / bw (16mm)-(7-9m each) / © July 1, 1957 Titles: Carbon-Oxygen Reaction In Solidifying Ingots Carbon-Oxygen Reaction In The Open Hearth Bath Control Of Low Carbon Capped Steel At The Platform Control Of Rimming Action- Use Of Mold Additions Heating Of Rimmed Steal Heating of Semi-Killed Steel How an Ingot Rims Rimmed Steel Ingot Structure Transit Time - Parts 1 & 2 Victor 6 And 7 Line Adder Selling Points (script: Norman B. Terry) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) Victory In Rubber (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1944 (script © September 19) View From The Mountain (H.J. Heinz Co.-& American Diabetic Association) / color (16mm)-1 reel / December 1958 First Wilding film in the Ektachrome process Village Sunday (Greenwich Village Sunday) (Wilding, Inc.- Stewart Willensky; m: Charles Mills; narrator: Jean Shepherd) / color (16mm)-12m29s / November 1960 Features Patricia Baranrd, Larry Jaffe & Ted Joans / video: https://archive.org/details/Greenwic1960 Visible Returns (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © January 29) Vision, Unlimited (Victor Animatograph Corp.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © August 11) A Visit With Vick Holt (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © January 17) The Vital Question (Ford Motor Co.; script: William B. Harrington) / Technicolor & CinemaScope-1 reel / 1954 (script © September 16) Vitamin "A" in Human Nutrition (Mead Johnson & Co.) / bw (16mm)-37m / © June 15, 1948 Features Dr. E.V. McCollum Voice Sentinel (Western Electric Co. ) / bw (16mm)-16m / 1948 Possibly same title: Quartz Crystals Voices Of Victory (script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1942 (script © November 27) W.T.W.T.C.B. (Continental Oil Co.; script: David C. Welling) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) Wagner's Vichy Water (Wagner's) / bw-1 reel / June 19, 1934 (Film Daily states in production) The Waiting Harvest (U.S. Steel Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-25m / © February 8, 1955 (script © September 24, 1953) Waiting, Nine Out Of Ten (Thor Corp.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © February 24) Wanted - Man Alive (Frigidaire Division of General Mortors Corp. ) / bw (16mm)-11m / © April 25, 1958 War On The Ohio (script: Rudolph August) / bw-1 reel / 1943 (script © August 20) The Warning Bell (Nationwide Insurance & National Safety Council- Orlando Lippert) / bw-30m / April 30, 1963 (Business Screen review) The Washer That Couldn't Happen (Bendix Home Appliances, Inc.; script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © April 12) Washington And Its Natural Resources (U.S. Bureau of Mines, Dept. of the Interior; script: Joseph H. Cole) / color (16mm)-30m / 1948 (script © April 5) Washington At Work (Kliplinger Washington Editors, Inc. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 Waters Of Bangkok (Eastman Kodak & Paramount- Mel London) / Eastmancolor-10m / © December 18, 1961 Travelrama special produced for Paramount The Way Out (Human Development Institute; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-2 reels / 1968 Wayne King Show (Standard Oil Co. ) / bw (16mm)-11m / © March 24, 1950 Wayne King Show 2 (Standard Oil Co. ) / color (16mm)-10m / © March 30, 1951 We Don't Sell Trucks (script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © May 5) We Select Our Future (American Oil Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 (script © December 4) We'll Tell The World (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © February 24) We're Heading For A Wonderful Tomorrow (General Electric Co. ) / color & multi-screen-2 reels / April 6, 1968 (HemisFair '68 of San Antonio, Texas) Business Screen Magazine mentions in production, November 30, 1967 Weapons Go (Air Logistics Command- Sumner J. Lyon) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1965 The Weevil Takes A Bride (Republic Steel Corp.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-46m / 1955 (script © August 15) Welcome And Introduction To OMI (Republic Steel Corp., Truscon Steel Division; script: Hal Secor) / color (16mm)-7m / © July 30, 1957 Welcome To Bundy Bird Corners (John Deere & Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1964 Welcome To Western Electric (script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1943 (script © October 18) The Welcome Wagon (Welcome Wagon International- Mel London) / Technicolor-27m / © July 15, 1964 The Welcome Wagon Sponsor (Welcome Wagon International) / color (16mm)-18m / © April 12, 1965 Welding Advances With Aluminum (Aluminum Co. of America; script: Paul C. Woodbridge) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © October 30) Welding Comes To The Farm (Lincoln Electric Co. ) / bw (16mm)-24m / March 1, 1948 (Business Screen review) Western Front (United China Relief; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-21m / 1942 (script © March 21) Western Front (United China Relief) / bw-21m / 1945 Western Relay (Western Electric Co. ) / bw (16mm)-10m / 1952 What Do They Have? (Ford Motor Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © July 5) What Do You Want? (Borg-Warner Corp. & Inland Steel Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © April 29) What Is This Power Over Women (Family Circle Magazine) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / August 1, 1939 (Business Screen mention) What It Takes (Ford Motor Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © September 8 ) What It Takes To Make A Champ (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Harry Grabow) / color-1 reel / 1953 (script © July 27) What It Takes! ( Republic Steel Corp.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / color (16mm)-32m / © October 28, 1959 What Problem (script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1941 (script © August 25) What The Judge Saw (New York Life Insurance Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © September 28) What You Would Like To Know (Republic Steel Corp. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / April 30, 1963 (Business Screen mention) What's Ahead! / bw-2 reels / 1931 (soundtrack recorded November 16 & 25) What's Brewing? (M.K. Goetz Brewing Co.; script: David C. Welling) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © May 10) What's In It For You? (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © July 14) What's In The Mill For You? (Republic Steel Corp.; script: Charles E. Huston) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1964 What's Wrong With This Picture? (Socony-Vacuum; script: Jack McGarry) / bw-1 reel / 1947 (script © June 16) Wheels Down (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1943 (script © July 31) When A Man Goes Fishing (script: Ralph E. Cattell) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © June 23) When Bobby Goes To School / bw (16mm)-m / 1946 When Tillage Begins (McMillen Feed Mills, Division of Central Soya Co.; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © October 20) Where Business Is (American Oil Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1968 Where Credit's Cue (American Oil Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1965 Where Do You Go From Here? (script: Rudolph August) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © September 25) Where Leadership Begins (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1960 (script © March 23) Where Our Money Goes (Union Oil Co. of California; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © February 20) Where Quality Begins (John Deere & Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1965 Where Safety Starts (General Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / September 20, 1948 (Business Screen review; script © October 20, 1947) Later extracted into a TV ad Where The Heart Is (U.S. Savings & Loan League- John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-27m / © December 15, 1953 Where The Line Begins (Republic Steel Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © January 17) Whirl It And Curl It TV ads (Wilding, Inc. ) / bw-series (1 reel each)/ 1961 Whirlpool TV Spots (Whirlpool-Seeger Corp.; script: Herbert Borre) / bw-series / 1956 (script © April 25) White Magic (Swift & Co. ) / bw-40m / September 1937 White Wonder (White Magic) (Morton Salt Co.; script: Adrian Gendot; host: Daniel Peterkin Jr.) / Eastmancolor-28m / © March 17, 1957 (script © November 29) / video: https://archive.org/details/0335_White_Wonder_E01687_12_00_58_00 Whiteford's Speech (Gulf Oil Corp.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © July 6) Who Gets the Credit? (National Consumer Finance Association- James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-8m / © January 17, 1949 (script © August 13, 1948) Who Is Holden D. Bagg? (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1941 (script © March 3) Who Me? (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color & split-screen-1 reel / 1956 (script © May 7) Whole Man (U.S. Air Force) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 Why Braceros? (Council of California Growers) / bw (16mm)-19m / © June 25, 1963 (filmed '62) / video: https://archive.org/details/WhyBrace1959 https://archive.org/details/0737_Why_Braceros_23_08_31_00 Why Not? (Continental Oil Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1964 Why Of The Knock / bw-1 reel / 1931 (soundtrack recorded August 4 & 31) Why People Buy (Hudson Motors, American Motors Corp.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © August 15) Wild Flowers (Metropolitan Sound Studios & Studebaker Corp.) bw-1 reel / 1931 Will You Be There? (American Red Cross; script: James P. Prindle & Joseph H. Cole) / bw-1 reel / 1949 (script © January 17) Willys-Overland Management Speeches (Willys-Overland Motors Inc.; script: George A. Wilcock) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © February 16) Window Doctor (Republic Steel Corp., Truscon Steel Division; script: Hal Secor) / color (16mm)-33m / © March 24, 1958 Winning Seats of Approval (American Gas Association; script: James R. Handley) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 18m / Sep 1, 1947 (Business Screen review; script © June 16) Winterlude (Morton Salt Co. ) / color (16mm)-10m / December 1961 Colorful snow scenes Wise Choice (Dearborn Motors Corp.- Joseph H. Mayne) / bw (16mm)-24m / © April 15, 1948 With An All-Star Cast (National Live Stock & Meat Board [United World]; script: David C. Welling) / color (16mm)-14m / © November 5. 1956 Comic soft-sell on meat set on the set of a Hollywood movie production With Every Step I Take (Leo N. Levi Memoral Hospital; script: David C. Welling) / color (16mm)-15m / © January 8, 1959 (filmed '58) Wives Are Funny That Way (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1941 (script © April 11) Women Like Shelvador Ten Times Better (Avco Manufacturing Corp., Crosley Division; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © August 27) Women Of Steel (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1943 (script © July 31) Wonderful World Of Candy (National Confectioner's Association [Modern Talking Picture Service]) / color (16mm)-15m / February 1966 (filmed '65) Wonderland Of Good Living (J.R. Pershall Co.; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © June 12) Workhorses Of Industry (Willys-Oakland Motors; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-19m / © February 15, 1950 Workhorses Of The Farm (Willys-Oakland Motors; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-19m / © February 15, 1950 The World In A Glass (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © May 6) The World Next Door (Pepsi-Cola- Mel London) / color (16mm)-2 reels / November 1964 World's First Trouble-Proof Winter Gasoline (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © March 25) Worn Tractor Tires Cost You Money (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Junius Eddy) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © April 6) Worth Mentioning, Worth Selling (Studebaker Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © August 27) Worth Waiting For (Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co.; script: David C. Welling) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © July 26) Would You Believe It? (Greyhound Corp.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © January 18) Wounds (U.S. Navy) / bw (16mm)-10m / 1946 Wringers- Ready For Market! (Thor Corp.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © October 13) Yeah! (U.S. Steel Corp.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1958 (script © April 7) Years Ahead Fashions in Color (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / color-1 reel / 1957 (script © September 13) Years Of Progress (Chrysler Corp.- narrator: Lowell Thomas) / bw (16mm)-30m28s / 1941 Begins with a history of the wheel and engineering (actors posing in different ages) before getting into the car company Yellowstone National Park (Ford Motor Co. ) / bw (16mm)-10m / 1937 Yesterday, Today And Tomorrow (H.J. Heinz Inc.; script: Charles Cromber) / bw (16mm)-30m / December 1940 Filmed at Hal Roach studio, a history lesson on Nicholas Appert and Louis Pasteur You And Meehanite (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) You Asked For It (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © February 7) You Bet Your Life (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © January 25) Later extracted into a TV ad You Can Count On That (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: DeWitt Copp) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © May 6) You Can Make More Money From Lamb (American Sheep Producers; script: David C. Welling) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © November 29) You Can Tell By The Teller (American Telephone & Telegraph Co.- s: Joseph H. Cole & Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw-6m41s / © July 21, 1945 / video: https://archive.org/details/YouCanTe1945 You Can't Lose (E.M. Grabill) / color (16mm)-14+m / 1951 You Decide (Ohio Oil Co. [Modern Talking Pictures]; script: James P. Prindle; narrator: Frank Wilcox) / color (16mm)-27m / © February 4, 1958 (script © September 13, 1957) Constructed like a quiz TV show in color You're In The Army Now (script: Mason Ancker) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © May 12) You've Got What It Takes (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © July 6) Your Big Opportunity In Sales (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co. ) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © January 17) Your Future At Mullins (script: Norman B. Terry) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © May 5) Your Golden Opportunity (Willard Storage Battery Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © June 16) Your Men And Their Methods (Studebaker Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © October 30) Your Most Wanted Product (American Oil Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1962 Your New DeSoto Automatic (DeSoto Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © July 27) Your Passport To Profits (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1960 (script © May 26) Your Rising Star (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: Harry Grabow) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © October 12) Your Tell-Tale Voice (Bell Telephone System; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-21m / 1946 (script © November 12) Yours For The Asking (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © April 20) Yours To Keep (U.S. Savings & Loan League; script: John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-27m / © September 15, 1955 Yours To Keep A Protect (Industrial Accident Prevention Association Ontario) / color (16mm)-9m30s / 1972 Animated cartoon Zenith Television (script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © January 5) UPA cartoon backed by Wilding:
  9. The R And D Story (Federal Aviation Agency; script: Spence Bostwick) / color (16mm)-30m / October 31, 1960 (Business Screen states in production) Radial Fly Truck Tires (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1967 (script © March 27) Radiotherapy: High Dosage Treatment (U.S. Public Health Service, Division of Nurse Education) / bw-1 reel / 1945 Railroad Electrification (General Electric Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1967 (script © March 27) Rain Maker (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © June 12) Rainbows To Order (International Printing Ink, Interchemical Corp.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / color (16mm)-21m / 1949 (script © July 5) Raise Our Sights (Atlas Supply Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / May 5, 1947 (Business Screen review) Ram, Power In Action (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © June 16) Rating Your Sales Power (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) Ready On The Home Front (Ohio Bell Telephone Co.; script: Ralph E. Cattell) / bw-1 reel / 1942 (script © February 11) / video: https://archive.org/details/6139_Ready_on_the_Home_Front_01_22_01_29 Recapping Becomes A Science (script: Norman B. Terry) / bw-1 reel / 1944 (script © September 19) A Recruiting Film (New York Life Insurance; script: Dun Roman) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © August 15) The Red Ram (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © June 16) Reflections (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-4m / 1955 (script © January 10) Refreshingly Yours (Theodore Ham Brewing Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / color (16mm)-16m / © February 12, 1954 (script © September 24, 1953) Reliable Refrigeration (Hotpoint; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © November 12) Research, Development And Clinical Testing Of Thiparanol (William S. Merrell & Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 (script © March 15) Retirement... Benefits (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Herbert Borre) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © May 6) Return To Salesmanship (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Norman B. Terry) / bw-1 reel / 1946 (script © September 27) Revolution In Pleasantville (Newgreen Co. & Monroe Auto Equipment Co.; script: Harry Grabow) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © August 13) The Richest Man In Babylon (Prescott, Shepard & Co. ) / color-17m / 1958 (script © August 25) Animated cartoon Right As Rain (Aluminum Co. of America; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / color (16mm)-22m / January 1951 (script © June 12) The Right Time For A Long Time (Westclox; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw-1m / 1950 (script © September 13) Right Track (National Live Stock & Meat Board) / bw (16mm)-14m / © March 3, 1955 (filmed '54) The Right Way Out (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © February 20) The Ring Of Success (A. O. Smith Harvestore) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1965 Road Ahead (script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © May 5) Rocket Away: March Of Triumph (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.; script: Max Hodge & Anthony A. Sassano) / bw-2 shorts / 1950 (script © September 28) The Romance And Thrill Of Chicago's "Century Of Progress" (Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. & Chrysler Corp.- R.L. Miller [supervisor]; narrator: Graham McNamee) / Technicolor-11m / October 30, 1933 (Film Daily lists in production) In Technicolor (full rainbow system) tour of the fair with the auto races in black and white. / video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGfRgU4cPrY Roots In The Soil (John Deere & Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © June 3) Royal Flush (script: Ralph E. Cattell) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © September 15) Rubber Lends A Hand (B.F. Goodrich Co.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans & Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © September 18) Reviewed by Business Screen on August 1, 1948 Safety At Sixty (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. ) / bw (16mm)-9m / 1938 Safety First- To Last (Goodyear Airfoam; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © April 14) Safety With A Thrill (Chrysler Corp.- J. Cullen Landis [production supervisor]) / bw-1 reel / 1934 Safety Zone (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © August 13) Sailing Along (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp. ) / bw-11m17s / November 1936 / video: https://archive.org/details/SailingAlong Sales Conditioning (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Homer K. Gordon) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © September 27) Sales From Service (Electric Storage Battery Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © July 5) The Sales Job For '54 (Ford Motor Co.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © December 15) Sales Tip (Norge Division of Borg-Warner Corp.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © November 24) The Salesman In Hot Water (John Wood Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © August 7) Salesmanship- A Rewarding Career (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 Sauce For The Gander (script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1941 (script © June 9) Save 'Em With Service (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Homer K. Gordon) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © July 26) Scarecrow No. 3 / bw-1 reel / August 31, 1940 (BoxOffice mentions in production) Features Ed Ferguson The Science Of Color (Interchemical Corp.; script: Dun Roman) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © January 17) Scientific Prospecting (Sears, Roebuck & Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © August 16) Sealing Unlimited (Victor Manufacturing & Gasket Co.; script: Don N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © December 9) The Search For Equity (International Assn. of Assessing Officers) / color (16mm)-23m / © August 30, 1967 The Second Fifty Million (Ohio Brass Co.; script: David C. Welling) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1960 (script © March 23) The Second Hundred Years (Crane Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © September 16) Secret Cargo (Hiram Walker, Inc.- Lou Kramer; script: Gordon H. Miller) / color (16mm)-29m43s / 1958 (script © April 16) Features leading scuba divers Mary Bernard and Jim Thorne investigating sunken Spanish treasure fleet off Plantation Key during the summer of 1957. / video: http://vintagescuba.proboards.com/thread/3081/vintage-divers-using-scott-hydro Seeing Color (Interchemical Corp. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1965 Sell Me (Pure Oil Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 (script © September 18) Selling Fixtures For A Living (General Electric Co.- Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © May 6) Selling Good Hearing (script: Charles Croner) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © September 18) Selling In The Liquor Industry (Calvert Distilleries) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 Selling Points Of The 6 And 7 Line Subtractor (script: Norman B. Terry) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 10) Selling Points Of The Victor 5-Line (script: Norman B. Terry) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 10) Selling Situations (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: David C. Welling) / bw (16mm)-series of shorts / 1960 (script © March 23) Selling Tactics, Inside And Out (Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co.- Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-35m / © January 4, 1961 (F '60) Selling The 1958 Continental And Lincoln (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: David C. Weller & Edward R. Murkland) / color-1 reel / 1957 (script © September 13) The Senator's Daughter (National Tax Equality Association; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © May 10) Servants On Tap (John Wood Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © September 18) Serve 'Em And Sell 'Em (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © May 6) Servicing The 1957 Car Rear Axel (Ford Motor Co.; script: Joseph H. Mayne) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) Servicing The C-750 Cab Forward Ford Trucks (Ford Motor Co.; script: Ron Haskell) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © January 12) Setting The Theme (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: David C. Weller & Edward R. Murkland) / Technicolor & CinemaScope-1 reel / 1957 (script © September 13) The Shapers Of Stainless Steel (Republic Steel Corp.- Junius Eddy) / color (16mm)-18m / © May 10, 1961 Share And Share Alike (United Foundation Campaign – script: John Ford) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 (script © October 18) Shipboard Maintenance Data (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-2 reels / 1965 Shock Treatment (Monroe Auto Equipment Co.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw-20m / 1948 (script © December 3) Shockproof Shipping (O.C. Duryea Corp.; script: Joseph H. Mayne) / bw-1 reel / 1949 (script © June 23, 1948 & January 17) The Shoe's On The Other Foot (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Junius Eddy) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 (script © October 18) Shortest Way Home (Greyhound Lines; script: Leo S. Rosencrans & Joseph H. Cole) / color (16mm)-33m / 1945 (script © September 18) Cast: Richard Fraser, Beatrice Gray, Emmett Vogan & others Shun The Shortcuts (Bucyrus Erie- Tom Murphy; script: Hal Secor) / color (16mm)-1 reel / December 1962 Animated cartoon (Safeteam Series) Sightseeing At Home (General Electric Co.- J.M. Constable) / bw (16mm)-20m / © December 26, 1942 / video: https://archive.org/details/sightseeing-at-home-1943 Signs Of Good Times (Greyhound Lines by Beaumont & Hohman Inc.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw-10m / 1948 (script © May 10) Silicones (General Electric Co. ) / bw (16mm)-10m / 1950 Silver Shoes (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / September 1963 The Simple Truth (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © August 11) Since Life Began (Time-Life Inc. ) / color (16mm)-2 reels / January 1962 (completed '61) Singing Wheels (Motor Truck Committee of Automobile Manufacturers Association- H.L. Roberts) / bw (16mm)-23m / October 29, 1940 (Business Screen mentions preview) / video: https://archive.org/details/SingingWheel Sitting Pretty (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 Six Golden Kernels (Kurth Malting Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / color (16mm)-11m / © July 30, 1957 The Six Steps (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © March 18) Small Business U.S.A. (The Story Of Main Street) (Dun & Bradstreet, Inc.; script: Edward R. Murkland; host: George A. Hester) / bw-33m / © April 1, 1958 Smashing Barriers (Grant Advertising; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © April 28) Smitty Steps Up (McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 Smoked Ham (National Livestock & Meat Board; script: David C. Welling) / color (16mm)-4m / 1957 (script © November 29) So You Have To Write Letters (Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © December 1) So You Want Thrills! (Dodge Division of the Chrysler Corp.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-26m / 1948 (script © January 19) Socony Promotional (Socony-Vacuum) / bw-1 reel / June 19, 1934 (Film Daily states in production) Sohio Friction (Sohio Motor Oils) / bw-1 reel / 1932 (soundtrack recorded January 18) Sohio Motor Oils (Sohio Motor Oils) / bw-1 reel / 1931 (soundtrack recorded August 4 & 31) Some Of My Best Friends Are Bankers (Northwestern National Bank of Minneapolis; script: James P. Prindle) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © October 15) Some Things Are Priceless (Bell & Howell Co. ) / bw (16mm)-10m / © April 12, 1950 Someone Like You? (American Home Laundry Manufacturers; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-5m / © June 15, 1951 Someone To Care (Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of the State of Illinois; script: Don N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) Something Really New In Gasoline (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © September 14) Something Special (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.- Charles E. Huston) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1966 Sometimes You Need A Specialist (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1942 (script © September 30) Song Of The Pioneer (Chicago & Northwestern System; script: James P. Prindle) / Technicolor-27m / July 20, 1948 (Chicago Railroad Fair; script © March 18, 1947) Sonicar (Cardwell-Westinghouse & AMBAC Industries; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-2 reels / 1968 The Source (Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / Eastmancolor-19m / © August 20, 1957 South American Fiesta (Alitalia Airlines- Mel London) / color (16mm)-2 reels / February 1965 (completed '64) Southwestern Bell Telephone TV Spots (Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw-series / 1951 (script © April 15) Space, Time And Steel (Armco Drainage & Metal Products; script: John B. Davenport) / color-24m / © February 17, 1958 Spang Makada (Working Together) (Aluminum Co. of America) / color (16mm)-28m / 1969 Filmed in Surinam Speaking Of Values (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © February 20) Special Men In A Special Market (CocaCola Co. ) / color (16mm)-20m / © September 8, 1967 Specially Yours (Ferguson Tractor; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © January 17) The Speculators (Board of Trade of the City of Chicago) / color (16mm)-28m / October 31, 1962 (Business Screen mention) Spice Of Life (National Biscuit Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © January 2) Spirit Of Aloha (Hilton Hotels) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1964 Sports Car Fun (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1966 St. Paul & Pacific Railroad (St. Paul & Pacific Railroad; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © May 6) Stainless Steel -The Miracle Metal (Republic Steel Corp.- Junius Eddy) / Eastmancolor-3 shorts (110m total) / © May 4, 1960 Stainless Steel Tailored To The Job (Republic Steel Corp.- Junius Eddy) / Eastmancolor-45m / © May 5, 1960 Standard Personalized Service (Standard Oil Co. of Indiana; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © May 6) Stars In Background (Bell & Howell Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © December 27) Start The Music (Standard Oil Co.- Jean Yarbrough; script: James P. Prindle & Houston Branch) / bw-30m-(M)-© June 24, 1939 Filmed on the Selznick lot in Culver city, but intended for the 16mm market (although some prints were likely 35mm as well). This light hearted musical sales film features Edgar Kennedy, John Trent, Benny Hall, Irene Shirley, Eleanore Stewart & Bill Franey The Station Wagon Opportunity (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) Steel Tendons Of Modern Industry (Union Wire Rope Corp.; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © July 20) Stepping High (Bell Telephone System; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-17m / 1946 (script © January 8 ) Stop, Look And Buy (Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1960 Stop! Look! Listen (Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railroad Co.- John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-12m / © November 30, 1954 Storm Over America (International Harvester; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © December 23) Story Behind The Name (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Dennis Knife) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1967 The Story Of A Storage Battery (Willard Storage Battery; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © May 6) The Story Of Arc Welding (Lincoln Electric Co. ) / color (16mm)-24m / 1945 The Story Of Horatio the Hooper (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.- s: Gordon H. Miller) / color-1 reel / 1953 (script © February 24) Animated cartoon The Story Of Howard Goodfriend (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Junius Eddy) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © April 6) A Story Of Linde Oxygen And Linde Engineering (Linde Air Products; script: Dun Roman) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © July 26) Story Of Meehanite Metal And Better Castings (Meehanite Metal Corp.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-30m / 1945 (script © March 2) Revised 1947: Meehanite Means Better Castings The Story Of Mr. McGuffrey (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © April 6) The Story Of Stainless (Republic Steel Corp.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / color (16mm)-27m / December 1950 Stran-Steel Framing USA (Great Lakes Steel Corp., Stran-Steel Division; script: George A. Wilcock) / bw (16mm)-18m / © August 1, 1953 A Strange Story (American Home Laundry Manufacturers; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-5m / © June 15, 1951 The Stratopower Hydraulic Pump (New York Air Brake Co.; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © May 31) Streamlines Make Headlines (Lincoln Division of Ford Motor Co. ) / bw-1 reel / August 1936 (Fortune mention) Streams Of Black Gold (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © February 7) Strength Unseen (International Harvester; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1943 (script © April 12) A Stretch Of The Imagination (Bureau of Mines, U.S. Dept. of the Interior) / color (16mm)-27m / December 30, 1963 (Business Screen review) Part animated Strictly Business (New York Life Insurance Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © June 26) Strictly From Hunger (National Livestock & Meat Board; script: David C. Welling) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © January 10) Strong Shall Be Free (script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1941 (script © October 27) Success Story (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 (script © October 18) The Successful Losers (Mead Johnson & Co.- John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-6m / © April 4, 1963 Successful Selling (Lane Bryant Inc. ) / bw (16mm)-32m / © October 8, 1957 The Sugar Plum Tree (John Deere & Co.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © April 25) Summing Up With Joe Bayne (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co. ) / bw (16mm)-20m / © February 6, 1953 Summons To Service (script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1942 (script © March 21) Sunbeam Shavemaster (script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw-series of TV commercials / 1949 (script © January 31) Sunbeam Shavemaster (2nd series) (script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw-series of TV commercials / 1949 (script © May 23) Sunbeam Toaster (script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw-series of TV commercials / 1949 (script © March 3) Suppose It's My Baby (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © May 6) Sure Cure For The Weather (Westinghouse Electric Corp. ) / color (16mm)-20m / © January 1, 1952 (filmed '51) A Sure Thing (Westinghouse Electric Corp. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 Sweating Windows (Republic Steel Corp., Truscon Division; script: Hal Secor) / color (16mm)-19m / © March 31, 1959 The Swift Story (Swift & Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © September 28) Swords And Plowshares (script: Ralph E. Cattell) / bw-1 reel / 1942 (script © November 28) Sylvania Keyman Society Training Program (Sylvania Electrical Products; script: Ted De Alberich) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1964 A Symphony Of Precision (script: James R. Handley) / bw-1 reel / 1947 (script © February 17) Syncro Corp. TV Spots (Syncro Corp.; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw-4 shorts (1m each) / 1950 (script © November 30) Synthetic Rubber- An American Success Story (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1943 (script © August 7) The System (Republic Steel Corp.- Junius Eddy) / bw (16mm)-38m / © April 26, 1960 Tailor-made Dollars (New York Life Insurance Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © August 11) Tailored To The Job (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © May 6) Take An Order (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. ) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 Take It From Bound-To-Happen O'Hoolahan (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: Max Hodge) / bw-1 reel / 1949 (script © January 17) Taken For Granted (Citizens Gas & Coke Utility of Indianapolis Co.; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / color (16mm)-20m / 1951 (script © August 27) Taking Sides With Nature (Harry Ferguson Inc.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © September 18) Tall Returns For Short Corn (John Deere & Co.; script: Thomas W. Clark) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1967 (script © July 21) Taps And Taps Terms (Threadwell Tap & Die Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © September 24) Techno-Porge Strength (Kropp Porge; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © March 15) Telephone Courtesy (American Telephone & Telegraph Co.; Henry Stiglitz) bw (16mm)-24m10s / 1946 / video: https://archive.org/details/Telephone_Courtesy Telephone Goes To War / bw-1 reel / 1944 (script © March 3) Tell The Whole Truth And Nothing But (script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © May 5) The Territory (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.; script: Max Dodge) / bw-1 reel / 1949 (script © October 28) Tested, Proven And Ready (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Alexander A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © March 25) Thanks To Beef (National Livestock & Meat Board; script: David C. Welling) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © July 29) That Farm Fresh Flavor (Armour & Co.; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © February 20) There's A Job To Be Done (script: Albert L. Weeks & Charles Curran) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 10) There's Even More Than Meets The Eye: '57 Ford Trucks (Ford Motor Co. ) / Eastmancolor-1 reel / December 1956 There's Money In Mufflers (script: Norman B. Terry) / bw-1 reel / 1944 (script © September 25) They Discovered America (Greyhound Lines [Greyhound Management Corp.] & Beaumont & Hohman Inc.) / Cosmocolor (16mm)-35m / October 1938 The first of Wilding's all-color travelogues by bus featuring actors. Later redone with a new cast in full Technicolor. Features Eleanore Stewart, Robert Kent & Gayne Whitman They've Got To See It To Believe It (Frigidaire Division of General Motors Corp.; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color (16mm)-9m / © April 25, 1958 This Amazing America (Greyhound Lines) / Technicolor-20m / March 30, 1941 (Business Screen review) Features Carol Hughes & John King This Is Aluminum (Aluminum Co. of America- George Hoover; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-15m / © March 18, 1947 This Is Chicago (Chicago Association of Commerce & Industry; script: Albert L. Weeks) / color (16mm)-28m / © January 21, 1955 (filmed '54) This Is Color (Interchemical Corp.- Edward Grabil; script: Dun Roman) / Eastmancolor-25m / April 1958 (Columbus Film Festival) / video: https://archive.org/details/6309_This_Is_Color_01_32_08_00 https://archive.org/details/6309_This_Is_Color_01_41_02_00 https://archive.org/details/6309_This_Is_Color_01_50_34_00 This Is Living (Bendix Home Appliances, Inc.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © August 27) This Is Textileather (Textileather Corp.; script: George A. Wilcock) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © May 12) This Is The Code: Conduct Before The Enemy (U.S. Navy) / bw-1 reel / 1953 This Is The Code: General Criminal Articles (U.S. Navy) / bw-1 reel / 1953 This Is The Way We Iron Our Clothes (Bendix Home Appliances, Avco Manufacturing; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © July 27) This Moving World (General Motors Corp, Fisher Body Division- Spencer Bennett) / bw (16mm)-30m / August 20, 1938 (Business Screen review) Profiles history of transportation with a story of a guy entering a model car contest / video: https://archive.org/details/44244ThisMovingWorldRexfer This Trading Business (Ford Motor Co.; script: William B. Harrington) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © January 17) This Way To Happiness (script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1941 (script © April 5) This Year, It's Oldsmobile (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp. ) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / December 1938
  10. The Night They Talked (General Electric Co., Traffic Appliance Division; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © May 8 ) The Nimble Young Man (Packard Motor Car Co.; script: Antonio A. Sassano) / bw-1 reel / 1947 (script © June 16) Nine Out Of Ten (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © April 5) 1952 Packard Announcement Show (Packard Motor Car Co. of Studebaker Corp.- Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © October 13) The 1953 Ford, America's Most Wanted Car (Ford Motor Co.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © September 18) The 1954 Ford Truck Line (Ford Motor Co.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / Technicolor & CinemaScope-1 reel / 1953 (script © August 27) The 1954 Ford (Ford Motor Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / color-1 reel / 1953 (script © August 27) 1955 Dodge Announcement Presentation (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © September 16) 1956 District Sales Convention Dual Screen Opening (script: Edward R. Murkland) / color-1 reel / 1956 (script © May 7) 1956 Dodge New Car Announcement (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © October 3) 1956 Mercury Regional Announcement Meeting (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co. ) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © January 17) 1957 Ford Custom And Custom 300 (Ford Motor Co.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) The 1959 Economy Test (Standard Oil Co. of Indiana; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © April 9) 1959 John Deere Program (John Deere & Co.; script: Adrian Gendot) / Eastmancolor-2 reels / 1958 (script © August 28) The 1960 Laundry Line (Frigidaire Division of General Motors Corp.; script: David C. Welling) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © July 6) 1964 Goodyear Spring Dealer (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1964 The Ninth Element (Titanium Pigment Corp.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / color (16mm)-34m20s / 1954 No Help Wanted (American Mutual Alliance & American Legion; script: James P. Prindle) / bw-2 reels / 1946 (script © January 8 ) No Longer Worried (Mutual Insurance 200th Anniversary Committee; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-27m / © March 25, 1952 No Trouble At All (Timken Roller Bearing Co. [Modern Talking Pictures]; script: Samuel O. Beall) / color (16mm)-32m / © June 20, 1957 (script © October 12, 1956) A Noble Science (Hotpoint; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © November 12) None So Blind (Swift & Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © November 30) Norge Putura Automatic Electric Range (Norge Division of Borg-Warner Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © January 17) Not Difficult- Just Different (Republic Steel Corp. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / April 30, 1963 (Business Screen mention) The Now Colleges (American Association of Junior Colleges & Sears Roebuck & Co. ) / color (16mm)-2 reels / 1968 Now Is The Time (Ford Motor Co., Truck & Fleet Sales Dept.; script: Harry Grabow) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © October 28) Now We Know (Audit Bureau of Circulations) / bw (16mm)-20m / 1953 Observations On Hepatitis (Mead Johnson & Co.) / bw (16mm)-35m / © December 5, 1946 Features Dr. Joseph Stokes Jr. Of Policy And Practice (American Oil Co. ) / color (16mm)-13m / © February 28, 1967 (completed '66) Of Shadows And Kings (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1962 Of Time And Salesmen (Dun & Bradstreet, Inc.; script: Dun Roman) / bw (16mm)-30m / 1955 (script © August 15) Oh, Dry Those Tears (Bendix Home Appliances, Inc.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © August 27) Ohio And Its Natural Resources (U.S. Bureau of Mines, Dept. of the Interior & Standard Oil Co. of Ohio) / color (16mm)-29m / 1948 Old Man Gloom (script: Ralph E. Cattell) / bw-1 reel / 1942 (script © February 11) The Old Oaken Barrel (Hiram Walker & Sons; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-28m / December 1, 1947 (Business Screen review; script © June 16) Oldsmobile '50 TV Commercials (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw-series / 1949 (script © October 28) Oldsmobile Advertising Program For 1951 (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / color-1 reel / 1951 (script © April 18) Oldsmobile Futuramics (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © October 28) Oldsmobile Sales Promotion (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.; script: Max Hodge) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © February 16) The Olympian (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © January 18) On The Carpet / bw-1 reel / May 1939 (New York World's Fair) On The Line (Packard Motor Car Co.; script: Antonio A. Sassano) / bw-1 reel / 1947 (script © June 16) On The Prowl With The Tiger (Otis Elevator Co.- Charles E. Huston) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1966 On The Torture Track (American Oil Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1964 On Top Of The Pros (Wilding, Inc. /Mine Safety Appliances Co. ) / color (16mm)-11m / September 1, 1969 (filmed '68) One Brush With Progress (General Electric Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © August 15) One-Handed Clock (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1942 (script © July 18) One Happy Family (John Deere & Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © July 21) One Ninety-two (Community Fund; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw-1 reel / 1948 (script © September 13) One Out Of Seven (Ford Motor Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © November 5) The One Right Truck (Ford Motor Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © January 12) 1104 Sutton Road (Champion Paper & Fibre Co. [Modern Talking Pictures]; script: Samuel O. Beall) / Technicolor-38m54s / © Dec 31, 1957 (wide release Aug 15, 1958) / video: https://archive.org/details/1104SuttonRoad1958 158 Aluminum Double-Hung And Single-Hung Windows (Republic Steel Corp., Truscon Steel Division; script: Hal Secor & Larry Young) / color (16mm)-15m / © June 12, 1958 100, 000 Hours (script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © September 18) One-Two Punch (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Paul C. Woodbridge) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © December 3) An Open Letter (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.- script:Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1958 (script © April 7) Open Your Eyes (Ford Motor Co., Parts & Accessories Sales Dept.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © April 5) Operation Mexico (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp. ) / color (16mm)-40m / © October 1, 1952 Opportunities (Welcome Wagon International) / bw (16mm)-30m / © September 3, 1965 Opportunity Land (John Deere & Co. ) / color (16mm)-20m / December 1966 Opportunity Threshold (John Deere & Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / © March 27, 1967 (completed '66) Opportunity Unlimited (script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) Opportunity, U.S.A. (Investment Bankers Association of America; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-24m / © May 15, 1952 Optimal Nutrition: The Best Way To Eat (Florida Citrus Commission; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © July 6) Order Makers Institute (Republic Steel Corp. ) / color (16mm)-13 shorts / February 1959 Sales instructional series used as “thought starters” at meetings The Order Of Ordering (Montgomery Ward & Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © February 17) Oregon And Its Natural Resources (U.S. Bureau of Mines, Dept. of the Interior; script: Joseph H. Cole) / color (16mm)-30m / 1948 (script © April 5) Oscar Meyer Minute Movies (Oscar Meyer; script: Leon A. Kreger) / Technicolor-5 shorts (1m each) / December 1948 The Other Fellow's Shoes (Royal Crown Cola; script: Don B. Durian) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1967 (script © March 27) An Ounce Of Prevention (William S. Merrell & Co.; script: Hal Secor) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1965 Our American Credo (U.S. Post Office) / color (16mm)-13m30s / November 30, 1960 (Business Screen mention) Our Best To You (Hiram Walker, Inc. [Modern Talking Pictures]; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-2 reels / 1956 (script © July 20) Our Block Goes To War (script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1943 (script © March 27) Our Company's Growth And Development In Refining (Ohio Oil Co.; script: Robert Rosencrans) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © November 29) Our Mrs. Fix-It (National Livestock & Meat Board; script: David C. Welling) / bw (16mm)-14m / © April 29, 1955 Our New Home (Norge Division Of Borge-Warner Corp.; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © August 16 & September 28) Out Of The Shadows: Human Relations (National Biscuit Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © January 2) Out Of The Shadows: Human Relations (Michigan Cancer Foundation; script: Bob Copley) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1960 (script © March 23) Out Of This World (U.S. Air Force & Whirlpool Corp. ) / color (16mm)-2 reels / May 31, 1961 (Business Screen lists in production) Features Bob Barron in a space suit with a space age kitchen Outwit The Experts (script: Ralph E. Cattell) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © April 11) Over The Backyard Grill (National Livestock & Meat Board; script: David C. Welling) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © January 12) Over The Rainbow (Edsel Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © February 20) Over The Rainbow (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: James R. Handley) / bw-1 reel / 1946 (script © July 26) P.O.P. Tactics Films (Anheuser-Busch, Inc.- Anthony A. Sassano) / bw-2 shorts (1R each) / 1949 (script © December 1) Pacific Battleground Revisited (Chrysler Corp.; script: Max Dodge) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © March 2) Pacific Islands Of World War II (Chrysler Corp. ) / color (16mm)-28m / 1952 A Package Of Safety For You (Ford Motor Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © January 17) Packaging Freshness (Swift & Co.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © September 19) Packard Dealer Announcement (Packard Division, Studebaker Corp.; script: Herb Borre) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © January 17) Packard Showroom Presentation (Packard Motor Car Co. of Studebaker Corp.; script: Harry Grabow) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © March 3) The Packard Story (Packard Motor Car Co.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © December 3) Packard Wholesale Convention (Packard Division, Studebaker Corp.; script: Herb Borre) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © January 17) Packed To Keep (script: Homer K. Gordon) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) Packless Diaphragm Valve (Crane Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © April 28) Paint For The Picture Of Tomorrow (Rinshed-Mason Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © May 6) Paint Is A Partnership (Lowe Brothers Co., Truck & Fleet Sales Dept.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © October 28) Palace Model Laundry & Cleaning Co. Promotional (Palace Model Laundry & Cleaning Co.; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © April 18) Paper Comes To Life (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) Paper Made for You (Gilbert Paper Co.; script: Thomas E. Brynes) / bw (16mm)-23m / © August 15, 1952 Paper Work (Champion Paper & Fibre Co.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / color (16mm)-32m / © June 15, 1953 (script © June 16) Paper, Messenger Of Mankind (Hammermill Paper Co.- writer: Robert Carr) / color (16mm)-29m / 1969 The Parade Of Champions (Ford Motor Co. ) / bw (16mm)-2 reels / March 30, 1941 (Business Screen review) Shot at Greenwich High, Connecticut. This was among several films distributed by Castle Films Paradise for Buster (John Deere and Co.- Harold Goodwin) / bw-39m-(C: Buster Keaton)-© October 15, 1952 Pard Makes History (script: Homer K. Gordon) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1943 (script © October 18) Parking The Parcoa Way (Parking Corp. of America) / color (16mm)-20m / © July 5, 1954 Partners (John Deere & Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 (script © September 18) Partners In Progress (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © January 29) Partnership For Progress (Kelly-Springfield Tire Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © February 6) The Passing Of A Lift Truck (Bucyrus Erie- Tom Murphy; script: Hal Secor) / color (16mm)-1 reel / December 1962 Animated cartoon (Safeteam Series) The Passing Of The Dishpan (Edison General Electric Appliance; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © September 27) Passport To Plus Profit (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-2 reels / September 1965 Passports To Pleasure (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: David Blomquist) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1960 (script © May 11) Peace Of Mind- For A King (Allstate Insurance Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © August 27) Peek At Perfection No. 1 (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1941 (script © May 12) Peek At Perfection No. 2 (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1941 Peer Train (John Deere & Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1965 Penny Turns Pro (Standard Oil Co. of Indiana) / bw-3 reels / (C)-March 10, 1940 (Business Screen review) Penthrane- A New Coloration (Abbott Laboratories; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-2 reels / 1968 People Of Buddha (Eastman Kodak Co. ) / color (16mm)-13m30s / April 30, 1963 (Business Screen mention) People Of The Waters (Eastman Kodak Co. ) / color (16mm)-13m30s / April 30, 1963 (Business Screen mention) Perfect Partners (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Edward R. Murkland) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © August 15) Performance Tells (Atlas Supply Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / May 5, 1947 (Business Screen review) Perishable Profits (E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / color (16mm)-26m / © May 7, 1956 The Personal Touch (Northwestern National Bank of Minneapolis) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1960 Personalized Lubrication Service (Standard Oil Co. of Indiana- M. Constable; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-30m / © September 1, 1946 Personalized Product Display (Standard Oil Co. of Indiana- Orlanso P. Lippert; script: James P. Prindle) / color (16mm)-5m / © June 25, 1947 Personalized Service (Standard Oil Co. of Indiana- M. Constable; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-30m / © July 15, 1946 Pert Cost (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-28m / 1964 Phone-y Faces (Financial Public Relations Association; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © January 10) Pick Your Chances (Bureau of Aeronautics for the Bureau of Naval Personnel) / bw-19m / 1943 A Picture Of You (Loyal Order of Moose; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-35m / 1955 (script © August 15) Piece Of Paper (script: William Alley) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © September 25) Pipe Lines To The Future (Republic Steel Corp.; script: James McGuire) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © January 17) The Pipeline Story (Ohio Oil Pipeline Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © June 8 ) Pitfalls Of Selling (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © February 20) Pithole U.S.A. (U.S. Steel Corp.; script: Edward R. Murkland) / Technicolor-13m / February 13, 1962 (completed '61) Filmed in NW Pennsylvania Plating Of Rimmed Ingots (U.S. Steel Corp. ) / bw (16mm)-7m / © February 3, 1958 (filmed '57) Playing With Fire (Standard Oil Co. of Indiana; script: David C. Welling) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © May 31) Plug Hat (Atlas Supply Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / May 5, 1947 (Business Screen review) Plymouth Beauty Parade (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Harden DeView) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © October 13) The Plymouth Management Team (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © January 10) Plymouth Promotional (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp. ) / bw-1 reel / June 19, 1934 (Film Daily states in production) Plymouth's Got It (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp. ) / Cosmocolor-1 reel / September 28, 1938 (Film Daily mention) In Cosmocolor, one of four promotionals in that process released simultaneously Point Of Sale Motion Pictures (Nash Motors; script: Joseph H. Mayne) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © October 30) Polish Your Swing (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1960 The Political Story Of Bob Boynton (National Association of Manufacturers; script: Charles E. Huston) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 Poof Packs A Punch (script: Rudolph August) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © September 15) Pork 'Round The Clock (National Livestock & Meat Board; script: David C. Welling) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © July 29) Pork Loin (National Livestock & Meat Board; script: David C. Welling) / bw-20m / 1957 (script © November 29) Portraits Of The East (Alitalia Airlines- Mel London) / color (16mm)-26m / July 15, 1964 (Business Screen review) Special individual events in India, Japan, Australia and Hong Kong Power By Which We Live (General Electric Co. ) / color (16mm)-20m / 1950 Power's The Word For Lincoln (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © September 18) Practical Magic (J.M. Constable) / bw-21m / 1937 Prairie Chickens (Missouri Department of Conservation; Charles & Libby Schwartz) / color (16mm)-11m / February 3, 1949 Prairie Wings (Ducks Unlimited in Arkansas; Anthony A. Sassano) / color (16mm)-18m / © October 25, 1948 Precision Fitting (script: Norman B. Terry) / bw-1 reel / 1944 (script © July 8 ) Prepared To Demonstrate (Harry Ferguson Inc. ) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © April 14) Updated version of FLEXIBLE FARMING Pres. Frank Cody, National Education Association / bw (16mm)-1 reel / February 22, 1930 (American Cinematographer mention) Presentation Of The 1954 Ford (Ford Motor Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / color-1 reel / 1953 (script © September 24) Presenting The New Double Eagle (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © December 3) Preventive Psychiatry In The Navy: The Role Of The Junior Officer (U.S. Navy) / bw (16mm)-15m / 1954 / video: https://archive.org/details/0578_Preventive_Psychiatry_in_the_Navy_The_Role_of_the_Junior_Office_13_20_55_00 Previews For 1945 (script: Joseph H. Cole & Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) Price Of Leadership (script: Ralph E. Cattell & Charles Cromer) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © November 8 ) Product Of The Imagination (Aluminum Co. of America- Kirby Grant & Randy Hood; script: Samuel O. Beall; music: Lloyd Norlin) / Eastmancolor-26m / © October 14, 1958 (script © January 18, 1957) Production 5118 (Champion Paper & Fibre Co.- Kirby Grant) / Eastmancolor-30m / © November 14, 1955 The Production Plans For 1958 (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / color-1 reel / 1957 (script © September 13) Production Soldiers (Curtiss-Wright Airplane Division) / bw (16mm)-5m / March 1944 Productive Maintenance (General Electric Co.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © April 28) The Professional Approach (Prudential; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © September 13) A Professional Matter (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © January 18) A Professional Portrait (Automobile Manufacturers Association; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-22m / 1950 (script © November 30) Professional Salesmanship (General Tire & Rubber Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © September 27) Profit More In '54 (Studebaker Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © November 3) The Profit Package (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © April 20) A Profit Report (Appliance Buyers Credit Corp.; script: DeVallon Scott) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © October 15) Progress Report (American Telephone & Telegraph Co.; script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © December 23) Progress Report (Methodist Publishing House; script: Samuel O. Beall) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 (script © January 23) Project R (Bendix Home Appliances, Inc.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © October 30) Project X (Atlas Supply Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © November 12, 1946) Prologue (script: Rudolph August) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © October 27) The Promise (Joslyn Manufacturing & Supply Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © December 3) Proof Of Difference (Ford Motor Co.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) Proof Of Performance (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: William B. Harrington) / color-1 reel / 1957 (script © September 13) Proof Of Performance (Nash-Kelvinator Corp.; script: Dean Coffin) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © March 18) Prospecting By Telephone (Ford Motor Co.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © April 28) Proud Years (Associated Serum Producers Inc.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw-20m / 1947 (script © October 20) A Proven Engineering Material (U.S. Steel Corp.; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © July 6) Pulp Stock Valves (Crane Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © January 18) Punt, Pass And Kick (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / September 1963 The Pure Firebird Story (Pure Oil Co.; script: Hal Secor) / color (16mm)-32m / 1961 (script © January 23) The Pursuit Of Cleanliness (Division of Home Economics, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture) / color (16mm)-1 reel / August 1, 1967 (Business Screen Magazine mention) Experimental novelty combining live action and art multi-plane setups vaguely resembling animation Put Yourself In This Picture (script: William H. Ohle) / bw-1 reel / 1943 (script © March 27) Quaker Oats TV Spot (Sherman & Marquette; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw-1m / 1950 (script © September 28) Quality Control (U.S. Steel Corp.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © December 15) Quality Under The Skin (Formica Corp. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1960 (script © May 26) Quality Unlimited (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-19m / © February 6, 1953 Quality You Can Measure (Republic Steel Corp., Pipe Division; script: Junius Eddy) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © April 9) Quartz Crystals (script: James R. Handley) / bw-1 reel / 1947 (script © February 17) Question... And Answer (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Herbert Borre) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © October 12) The Quiet News (Community Fund of Chicago; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © August 7) Quite Naturally (Timken Roller Bearing Co.- Samuel O. Beall) / color (16mm)-38m / © October 16, 1962
  11. Jarvis Learns His Lesson (International Harvester Co.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © September 19) Jasper Sours Wins A Pup (script: Ralph E. Cattell) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © May 12) Jet Cargo (Alitalia Airlines- Mel London) / color (16mm)-2 reels / February 1965 (completed '64) Job Security (U.S. Steel Corp.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © December 27) John Deere Days With Charley Weaver (Sunset Magazine) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 John Martin And Son (National Dairy Products Inc.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw-1 reel / 1946 (script © December 23) Johnny Makes A Date (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp. ) / bw (16mm)-19m / © May 4, 1949 Journey To Tomorrow (General Electric Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © September 16) Just Lucky (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.- Charles E. Huston) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1965 Just Right For Monday And Everyday (General Electric Co.; script: Harry Grabow) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © September 16) Keep 'Em Rolling (script: William Alley) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © September 25) Keeping Nature On Its Course (Hiram Walker, Inc. ) / bw-1 reel / 1937 35mm and 16mm versions. Business Screen mentions theatrical showings by Modern Talking Pictures, August 1 & September 28, 1939. Kelvinator Consumer Viewing Center Series (Westinghouse Electric Corp. ) / color (8mm)-4 shorts / July 10, 1963 (Business Screen mention) Kelvinator Division 40th Anniversary (Nash-Kelvinator Corp.; script: Dean Coffin) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © November 5) The Key To Leadership (Ford Motor Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © December 26) Key To The Future (White Motor Co.; script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © January 8 ) Kids Must Eat (U.S. Department of Agriculture) / bw (16mm)-17m / 1945 Featuring the “Quiz Kids” / video: https://archive.org/details/2187KidsMustEat King Of Them All (Gamble-Skogmo, Inc.; script: Alexander A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © February 24) The King's Armor (Allstate Insurance Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © August 27) Knowing's Not Enough (U.S. Steel Corp.; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color (16mm)-28m / © June 20, 1956 A safety instructional featuring the troubles caused by four cartoon “imps” for workers on the job Knucklehead (Standard Oil Co.- James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-27m / © February 2, 1949 Kraft Foods: The First Fifty Years (Kraft Foods Co,; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © October 30) Kwick Kick-Off (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / November 1962 Lamb Shoulder (National Livestock & Meat Board; script: David C. Welling) / bw-20m / 1958 (script © March 5) Land Battleship (Chrysler Corp. ) / color (16mm)-10m / © April 15, 1953 Land Of Liberty (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © September 28) Land Of Promise (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © October 3) Land Of The Free (Dodge Division of the Chrysler Corp.- script: A.L. Weeks; narrator: Vincent Pelletier) / bw-27m / September 12, 1940 (Film Daily mention) 35mm and 16mm versions Landing Gear For The Navy Corsair (script: Charles Curran) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) Language Instruction- USAF Academy (U.S. Air Force) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1962 Larkin's Letter (Ford Motor Co.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © December 15) Larro Mills / bw-1 reel / 1931 (soundtrack recorded November 25) Last Date (Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Co.- Lewis D. Collins) / bw (16mm)-19m / © February 13, 1950 Driver safety “scare” drama with Joan Taylor, Dick York, Robert V. Stern & Sally Hughes / video: https://archive.org/details/last-date-1950 Launching Pad At Cudahy (Ladish Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © October 15) The Leading Role (Formed Steel Tube Institute; script: Paul C. Woodridge) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © May 12) The Legend Of Dan And Gus (Columbia Gas System, Inc.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / color (16mm)-26m / January 1952 (script © September 28) The Legend Of Sam The Ram (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.- s: Gordon H. Miller) / color- (AN)-June 16, 1952 Animated cartoon Let Your Cranes Do The Lifting (Bucyrus Erie- Tom Murphy; script: Hal Secor) / color (16mm)-1 reel / December 1962 Animated cartoon (Safeteam Series) Let's Build A Fence (Republic Steel Corp.; script: George A. Wilcock) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © July 26) Let's Face It (U.S. Steel Co. & American Economic Foundation- Jack Tiles; script: James Prindle) / bw-2 shorts (20m/15m) / 1952 / video of Part 2: https://archive.org/details/0917_Lets_Face_It_Part_2_00_21_19_26 Let's Go Fishing (General Motors Corp, Fisher Body Division) / bw-16m / 1939 Features Tony Accetta Let's Go Fishing Again (General Motors Corp, Fisher Body Division- narrator: Ted Husing) / bw-20m / April 1942 (Movie Makers review) Both 35mm & 16mm versions. Features Tony Accetta Let's Go Modern (Chrysler Corp. ) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / December 1938 Let's Go, Mets! (Wilding, Inc. ) / Eastmancolor-27m / © December 11, 1963 Features Casey Stengel and Mrs. Charles Payson / video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9EjUft3peM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BW9N50Qgy-g https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nIjvturOdE Let's Have A Fight (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: George A. Wilcock) / bw-1 reel / 1949 (script © August 11) Let's Look Ahead (General Insurance Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1962 Let's Look Deeper (Republic Steel Corp.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © January 17) Let's Ride The Rocket With The Sportsmen (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.; script: Max Hodge) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © September 28) A Letter From America (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.- Lewis D. Collins; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw-32m / December 15, 1948 (Business Screen review; script © June 23) Both 35mm & 16mm versions Letter Of Recommendation (Great Lakes Steel Corp.; script: George A. Wilcock) / bw (16mm)-12m / © January 31, 1953 Libya Ahead (Ohio Oil Co.- Charles Beeland; script: John B. Davenport) / Technicolor-28m / November 30, 1961 (Business Screen review) Shot on location in the Sahara Life Begins At Forty (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © April 4) The Life Of A Tire (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Junius Eddy) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1958 (script © April 7) Life Of The Soil (International Harvester) / bw (16mm)-32m / 1946 The Light Touch (General Electric Co.; script: Charles E. Huston) / color (16mm)-16m / © Nov 16, 1965 Light! (General Electric Co.; script: Dennis Knife) / color (16mm)-16m / © May 1, 1965 Lightning Arresters (Hubbard & Co.; script: David C. Welling) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © October 12) The Lincoln Program (Lindsay Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © December 4) The Line Of Least Resistence (Bendix Home Appliances, Inc.; script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © September 19) Lion-Tiger Fight / bw (16mm)-10m / 1934 The Lively Ones (Ford Motor Co. ) / Technicolor & CinemaScope-11m / April 30, 1962 (Business Screen review) Promotes cars but mostly is focused on recreational sports like sky divers in Florida and skiing in the high Sierras The Lockbolt, Bill And Gus (Huck Manufacturing Co.; script: Harry Grabow) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © June 29) Long Distance Service (script: Norman B. Terry) / bw-1 reel / 1944 (script © July 8 ) Look At Lincoln (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) A Look To Our Future (Metropolitan Life Insurance- host: Alexander Hutchinson) / color (16mm)-30m / March 11, 1963 Look To The Years Ahead (Miehle Printing Press & Manufacturing Co.; script: Joseph H. Mayne) / Technicolor-30m / November 1, 1947 (Business Screen review; script © June 16) Looking Ahead (script: James P. Prindle & William Alley) / bw-1 reel / 1942 (script © August 13) Looking Forward (Chrysler Corp. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / November 1956 A Lot Of Little Questions, A Lot Of Little Answers (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 Love O'Mike (Atlas Supply Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © July 21) Lubricating The Way To More Sales (Studebaker Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © April 20) Lubrication Of The Gasoline Engine (Shell Oil) / bw (16mm)-13m / 1941 Made Right, Fit Right (Ford Motor Co., Parts & Accessories Sales Dept.; script: Stewart M. Cram) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © August 13) The Magic Box (Atlas Supply Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / May 5, 1947 (Business Screen review) Magic Circle / bw-1 reel / 1930 (soundtrack recorded December 16) The Magic Key To Washday Freedom (Bendix Home Appliances, Avco Manufacturing; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) The Magic Sphere (Akka Top-Flow; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw-1 reel / 1947 (script © February 17) Magic Wand (script: Joseph H. Cole & Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © March 2) Make Me Useful (Pure Oil Co.- John B. Davenport) / Technicolor-34m / © October 12, 1959 Make No Little Plans (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. & American Trucking Association; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1958 (script © April 7) The Making Of A Salesman (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: H. Borre) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © August 15) Man From Staley's (script: Charles Cromer) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © October 27) Man Of The Year (Ford Motor Co.- Leon A. Kreger) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © August 7) A Man, A Machine, A Method (Lear, Inc. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1960 Managed Marketing (Hotpoint; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © January 19) Management, Then And Now (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / September 1964 The Marines Have Landed (International Harvester- Sam Huston) / bw-2 reels / November 1941 35mm and 16mm versions The Mark Of “C” (Anhauser-Busch, Inc.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-33m / © February 6, 1952 (script © June 8, 1951) Mark of Merit: Aluminum Windows (Republic Steel Corp., Truscon Steel Division; script: Hal Secor) / color (16mm)-26m / © January 13, 1957 (script © November 29) May I Help You, Please? (Household Finance Corp.; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © January 17) Me And My Conscious! (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © July 27) Meadow Gold (script: David C. Welling) / Technicolor & CinemaScope-1 reel / 1958 (script © December 11) Measure Of A Man (Institute of Life Insurance [Modern Talking Pictures]; script: Edward R. Murkland) / bw-27m30s / February 15, 1957 (Business Screen review) Contrasts a traveling unmarried engineer with his settled family oriented army buddy with soft sell on insurance planning for the future Meat And Romance (National Livestock & Meat Board) part Technicolor (16mm)-37m / November 15, 1940 (Business Screen review) Dramatic soft-sell with Alan Ladd, Carol Hughes & Boyd Davis Mechanizing The Citrus Harvest (John Deere & Co.; script: M.G. Rippeteau) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1968 Memo To Mars (U.S. Rubber Co.- Dun Roman) / bw (16mm)-24m / © January 14, 1955 (script © July 26, 1954) A Memory Of Earth (General Motors Corp., A/C Electronics Division; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-2 reels / 1968 Men, Ideas, And Money (Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / color (16mm)-30m / © January 3, 1956 (filmed '55) Menu For Merchandising (International Harvester Co.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © September 13) Merchant To Millions (Sears, Roebuck & Co.) / color (16mm)-28m / December 1970 Merry-Go-Round (Great Lakes Steel Corp., Stran Steel Division; script: George A. Wilcock) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © November 30) A Message To No One (Champion Paper & Fibre Co.; script: Samuel O. Beall)) / bw (16mm)-26m / © April 4, 1960 (script © October 15, 1959) / video: https://archive.org/details/Message_to_No_One Metal Lath And Reinforcing Products (Republic Steel Corp., Truscon Steel Division) / color (16mm)-28m / © April 18, 1958 Metal Magic (General Electric Co. ) / bw (16mm)-10m / 1945 Mickey Flynn (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Gordon H. Miller & Anthony A. Sassano) / bw-1 reel / 1948 (script © May 10) Midwest Holiday (Standard Oil Co. ) / color (16mm)-27m19s / © January 30, 1953 (filmed '52) / video: https://archive.org/details/MidwestH1952 https://archive.org/details/MidwestH1952_2 Miehle Offset Press (script: Joseph H. Mayne) / bw-1 reel / 1944 (script © September 19) Mike Becomes A Father (script: Ralph E. Cattell) / bw-1 reel / 1942 (script © July 27) Mike's Bed Of Roses (script: Ralph E. Cattell) / bw-1 reel / 1942 (script © February 11) Milk / bw (16mm)-13m / 1951 Miller High Life TV Spots (2nd series) (Miller Brewing Co.; script: Roland Schneider) / bw-22 shorts (under 1m each) / 1951 (script © August 27) Miller High Life TV Spots (Miller Brewing Co.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw-series / 1951 (script © January 29) Millions On The Move (General Electric Co.- Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © June 27) Mind Your Business- TBA, That Is (Atlas Supply Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 (script © September 18) Miracle For The Selling Man (Ford Motor Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw-1 reel / 1958 (script © December 11) Miracle In Paradise Valley (Sinclair Refining Co.- James M. Constable; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw-37m / December 1, 1947 (Business Screen review; script © September 8 ) Cast: Eddie Parks, Kirby Grant, Jean Mowry, Paul Giles, Calvin Thomas & Ken Stevens / video: https://archive.org/details/MiracleInParadiseValley Miracle Maker (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © February 20) The Miracle Of Feeding America (Swift & Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / color (16mm)-27m / © June 15, 1955 The Miracle Of Mrs. Smith (Western Electric Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-20m / August 1, 1947 (Business Screen review; script © February 17) Missed Signals In Extension (American Assn. of Land Grant Colleges & State Universities; script: William B. Harrington) / bw (16mm)-12m / © July 16, 1956 Mission Of Discovery (U.S. Peace Corps- Gus Eisenman; script: Lloyd Wright) / bw-26m30s / March 1, 1964 (Business Screen review) Mission: Sonic Boom (Koppers Co.- Hal Witt; script: Oeveste Granducci) / color (16mm)-10m / July 29, 1960 (Business Screen review) / black & white video: https://archive.org/details/MissionSonicBoom Mister In Between (Pacific Gas & Electric Co.- Don Durian) / Eastmancolor-25m / © September 18, 1963 Modern Magazine Magic (Curtis Publishing) / color (16mm)-25m58s / © May 15, 1956 Modern Methods For Joining Metals (Linde Air Products; script: Joseph H. Cole) / Eastmancolor-21m / © January 4, 1957 (filmed '56) Modern Milk (Evaporated Milk Association; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © June 16) Modern Minute Men (Ohio Bell Telephone Co.; script: Max Hodge) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © June 8 ) Modern Tire Shop Equipment (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Herbert Borre) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © January 17) Modernized Machining (Cincinnati Milling Machine Co.- Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © August 7) Modest Miracle (Standard Brands Inc.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © October 27) Mini dramatization on the discovery of Vitamin B. Both 35mm & 16mm versions The Moments That Count (DeSoto Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: DeVallon Scott) / color-1 reel / 1958 (script © August 28) Monarch Laundry Trailer (script: Donald N. Shepherd) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © December 1) Money In The Bank (script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © March 2) Money Making Secrets (Beauty Counselors; script: John L. McGuire) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © May 31) Monotony (William Wrigley Jr. Co.- James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © October 30) Monte Carlo Rallye (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-2 reels / March 1, 1963 (Business Screen mention) Moods In Motion (Eastman Kodak Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1965 Moral Leadership: The Whole Man (U.S. Air Force) / bw-9m50s / 1963 / video: https://archive.org/details/MoralLea1963 More For Your Dollar / bw-1 reel / 1932 (soundtrack recorded April 21) More For Your Money (Kroger Co.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script copyright June 23) More Gallons Per Pump / bw-1 reel / 1931 (soundtrack recorded August 31) More Heart (Cardwell Westinghouse Co. ) / color (16mm)-7m / © June 23, 1967 More Profit From Farm Implements (Great Lakes Steel Corp., Stran-Steel Division; script: George A. Wilcock) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © June 8 ) More Than Half A Chance (Bellefair; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © October 20) More Than Hot Air For Mufflers (Studebaker Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © August 27) More Than Just Steel (Armco Steel Corp.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © November 18) More Than Talk (General Electric Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © September 16) Morning At Moorman's (script: Rudolph August) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © September 25) Mortgaged Miles (Stewart-Warner Corp.- James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © January 8 ) The Most Important Campaign In The World (National Association of Manufacturers; script: Charles E. Huston) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 The Most Important Politician In The World (National Association of Manufacturers; script: Charles E. Huston) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 The Most Important Precinct In The World (National Association of Manufacturers; script: Charles E. Huston) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 Motor Money / bw-2 reels / 1932 (soundtrack recorded February 24) Motorola TV Spots (Motorola TV; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw-series (under 1m each) / 1952 (script © September 18) Moving Ahead With Easy (Hupp Corp., Easy Appliance Division; script: Charles E. Huston) / color (16mm)-1 reel / January 1964 Mr. Christmas (John Deere & Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / color (16mm)-4 reels / 1953 (script © June 19) Mr. J.S. Sayre's Speech (Norge Division of Borg-Warner Corp.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © January 27) Murphy Gets The Air (Wagner Electric Corp., Automotive Division; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © September 28) Murphy Products Trailer (Murphy Products Co.; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © July 13) Music For Americans (The Chicago Tribune- Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-m / © July 10, 1943 The Musketeers (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: George A. Wilcock) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © January 25) My Country: A Film Report On Living Soils And Men (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / color (16mm)-20m / May 1, 1948 (Business Screen review; script © June 16, 1947) Mystery Of The Incas (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.) / color (16mm)-29m / 1950 Features Armand Denis The Name Of The Game Is Fun (American League of Professional Baseball Clubs) / color (16mm)-27m / © November 23, 1966 Features the Baltimore Orioles Name You Can Build On (Republic Steel Corp., Truscon Steel Division; script: Hal Secor) / color (16mm)-29m / © July 30, 1957 Naturally From Kraft, The Finest Of Natural Cheeses (Kraft Foods Co.; script: Albert L. Weeks) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © July 21) Naval Medical Research: A Survey (U.S. Navy) / bw (16mm)-2 parts (25m each) / 1955 NCR Family (National Cash Register; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1944 (script © November 25) Never Keep A Good Steak Waiting (Kroger Co. ) / color (16mm)-21m / 1948 Never Too Late (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-43m / © August 22, 1951 New Baby (Universal C.I.T.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw-2 reels / 1946 (script © January 8 ) The New C-1 Truck Features (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Dean Coffin) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © August 27) New Citizens Of The World On Wheels (Willys-Overland Motors Inc.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © September 13) The New Double Eagle (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Junius Eddy) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1958 (script © June 26) New Foods Make News (Birdseye) part c (16mm)-25m / 1941 New Ford '66 Announcement Show (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-2 reels / September 1965 New Generation Of Power (John Deere & Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes; hosts: William Hewitt & C.R. Carlson) / color-series of shorts / August 30, 1960 Films presented with live show in Dallas for Deere Day The New Goodyear Captive-Air Safety Tire (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: David C. Welling) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © January 18) The New Graham 8 For 1932 (Graham-Paige) / bw-1 reel / 1932 (soundtrack recorded January 6) The New Gravity Tandem Suspension (Fruehauf Trailer Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © June 16) New Horizons (Atlas Supply Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / May 5, 1947 (Business Screen review) New Horizons in Aluminum Brazing (Aluminum Co. of America; script: Harry Grabow) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © October 30) New Horizons With PIP (American Oil Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1962 The New Jersey Turnpike (Cities Service Oil Co. ) / color (16mm)-26m / © February 1, 1954 A New Kind Of Television (Avco Manufacturing, Crosley Division; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) The New Lifeguard Safety Tube (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Max Hodge) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © April 4) New Light On Potato Blight (John Deere & Co.; script: M.G. Rippeteau) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1968 New Lives For Old (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1941 (script © September 15) A New Look At The Farmer (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © March 25) A New Magazine Magic (Curtis Publishing; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-27m / 1955 (script © January 10) The New Monterey And Montclair (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) New Oldsmobile Trailers (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw-12 shorts (for theaters & TV) / 1949 (script © January 17 & April 12) The New Paul Bunyan (General Timber Service/Weyerhaeuser Sales Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-26m / © February 1, 1952 (script © September 13) The New Plymouth '57 (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color-1 reel / 1956 (script © October 12) The New Quiz Kid (script: Joseph H. Cole & Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © September 18) A New Star (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: George A. Wilcock) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © July 14) New Tomorrow (Republican National Committee) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / May 1, 1940 (Business Screen review) Both 35mm and 16mm versions, this is essentially a history lesson profiling the party in the 19th century with actors. Robert Barrat is featured. The New Touch (Pabst Brewing Co. & Leo Burnett Advertising) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 The New Way To Play Records (script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © September 18) The New World Of Armco (Armco Corp.; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © July 6) The New World Of Stainless Steel (Republic Steel Corp.- Thomas E. Byrnes) / Technicolor-15m38s / © April 14, 1960 (script © October 15, 1959) / video: https://archive.org/details/TheNewWorldOfStainlessSteel New Worlds In Engineering (Chrysler Corp.; script: Harden DeView) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © January 12) New Worlds In Motion (Chrysler Corp. ) / color (16mm)-16m / © September 15, 1953 News Of Meat (script: Rudolph August) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © September 25) Next Ten Years (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: George A. Wilcock) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © January 2) Next? A Scenario On Lifeguards (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © June 8 )
  12. G-MV (script: Leo Rosencrans) / bw-1 reel / 1943 (script © September 3) Galahad Jones (John Deere & Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © August 27) Gasoline's Amazing Molecules (Standard Oil Co. of Indiana; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © June 16) General Electric Progress Report (General Electric Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) General Tire & Rubber Company Presents The One And Only Squeegee Tire (General Tire & Rubber Co.- ) bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1940 General Tire TV Spots (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw-10 shorts (under 1m each) / 1950 (script © August 16) The Gentle Touch (Chrysler Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-14m / © June 1, 1953 (script © December 9, 1952) Geography Of Retailing (Woman's Day Inc.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / color (16mm)-1 reel / © January 7, 1953 (filmed '52) George H. Hartman Co. Insurance Presentation (George H. Hartman Co.; script: David C. Welling) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 (script © December 4) Geraldine (Ford Motor Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / Technicolor & CinemaScope-1 reel / 1954 (script © October 3) The Germ (U.S. Steel Corp. ) / color (16mm)-21m / © April 15, 1954 Get Aquainted With The Kitchen Business (script: Norman B. Terry) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 10) Get Me Out (Pure Oil Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / Technicolor-30m / © July 28, 1958 The Gift Of Ts'ai Lun-paper (Hammermill Paper Company) part color (16mm)-33m / 1944 Give 'Em The Air (script: Ralph E. Cattell) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © May 21) Give The Brakes A Break (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1943 (script © July 31) Glacier International Park (Ford Motor Co. ) / bw (16mm)-9m18s / 1935 Educational Film Guide dates 1937 for a combined version with Yellowstone National Park / video: https://archive.org/details/0831_Glacier_International_Park_15_42_10_00 Glamour Queen (Standard Oil Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / color (16mm)-14m / © March 1, 1953 Glass / bw-1 reel / 1932 (soundtrack recorded January 5-6) Glass Adjustments On 1956 Cars (Ford Motor Co.; script: Joseph H. Mayne) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) Glo-coat TV Spots (S.C. Johnson & Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw-20 shorts (30s each) / 1950 (script © September 13 & October 26) Goebel (John Deere & Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 Going Your Way (Swift & Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1962 Golden Gloves Across The Sea (Kraft Foods Co.; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © September 18) Golden Valley: Shasta Dam (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. ) / bw-20m / September 15, 1941 (Business Screen review) / video: https://archive.org/details/50174GoldenValley The Golden Year (Pure Oil Co.; script: Charles E. Huston) / color (16mm)-1 reel / January 1964 Good Business (Champion Paper & Fibre Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / © April 15, 1953 (script © April 4, 1952) Good Customer Relations (script: Norman B. Terry) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © July 21) A Good Neighbor (Socony-Vacuum; script: Jack McGarry) / bw-1 reel / September 1, 1947 (Business Screen review; script © March 18) A Good Pair Of Hands (Perfect Circle) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1962 Good Selling Makes Better Deals (Studebaker Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © November 3) Good Service Means Friendly Service (Bell System; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © July 21) Goodyear '56 Advertising (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes & Gordon H. Miller) / bw-2 shorts / 1956 (script © January 17) Goodyear Buys In On A Miracle (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / December 1948 (filmed Oct 6-8) The Goodyear Double Eagle (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: David C. Welling) / bw (16mm)-6m / 1955 (script © March 25) Goodyear Lifeguard Blow-Out Shield (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: David C. Welling) / bw (16mm)-4m / 1955 (script © March 25) Goodyear On The March (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: James P. Prindle; host: E.J. Thomas) / color (16mm)-2 reels / May 15, 1958 (Business Screen review; script © November 29, 1957) Grand Opening (Libby, McNeill & Libby) / color (16mm)-15m / © November 15, 1960 Grandpa Gets His Back Up (script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © September 18) Grass Roots (Standard Oil Co. of Indiana; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © August 7) Great Name in Oil (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / color (16mm)-37m / © March 15, 1956 Greater Dayton (script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © September 18) Ohio travelogue The Greatest Go On Earth (Standard Oil Co. of Indiana; script: Max Hodge) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © March 3) The Greatest Good (Upjohn Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-27m / © February 15, 1955 The Greatest Mercury Yet! (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © October 13) Green Gold (Republic Steel Corp.; script: George A. Wilcock) / color (16mm)-31m / © February 18, 1954 (filmed '53) / video: https://archive.org/details/52584GreenGold Green Harvest (General Timber Service Inc.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-29m / December 1948 Green On The Land (John Deere & Co.; script: Dennis Knife) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1966 Ground Evaluation Of The FAA Omnirange (Federal Aviation Agency) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1960 Growth Of A Nation (American Feed Manufacturers Association; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-35m / © May 15, 1950 (script © October 28, 1949) Guardians Of Energy (Manville Sales Corp.; script: Edward R. Murklandt) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1958 (script © April 18) Gyro Compass (U.S. Navy) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1944 A Habit For Life (Michigan Cancer Fund) / color (16mm)-14m / October 1963 Half A Century Of Progress (Kelly-Springfield Tire Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © February 17) Happy Ending (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © September 27) The Happy Ones (Community Fund of Chicago; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © August 27) Head Start, The Story Of 3-T (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Harry Grabow) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © March 18) Health Careers (National Health Council; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-13+m / 1956 (script © April 4) The Heart Of The Car (Cardwell Westinghouse Co. ) / Eastmancolor-10m / © June 14, 1966 Heart Of The City (Greater New York Fund) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1962 The Heart Of The Matter (Latrobe Steel Co.; script: Paul C. Woodbridge) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © August 27) Heat Exhaustian, Sunstroke And Burns (U.S. Navy) / bw (16mm)-8m / 1946 Heat Transfer (Dow Chemical Co.) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 Heaven To Betsy (John Deere & Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / Eastmancolor-45m / © October 26 1956 Heaven With A Fence Around It (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / November 28, 1945 (Business Screen mention; script © July 21) Heavenly Days (Republic Steel Corp. ) / Technicolor-39m / © May 1, 1961 / video: https://archive.org/details/57084HeavenlyDays The Heavy Duty Diesel (script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © July 21) Hell Drivers / bw-1 reel / 1930 Helldiver Center Wings (script: Homer K. Gordon) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) Help Make America Strong (script: William Alley) / bw-1 reel / 1942 (script © March 21) Help! Help! Help! (script: Norman B. Terry) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © September 18) Hemolytic Streptococcus Control (U.S. Navy) / bw (16mm)-13m / 1945 Her Husband's Homework (script: Norman B. Terry) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © September 18) Hercules (Lancaster R&D; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-2 reels / 1969 Here's How (Republic Steel Corp., Truscon Steel Division; script: Hal Secor) / color (16mm)-27m / © January 14, 1957 (script © November 29) Here's Where You Come In (Whitney Aircraft; script: Samuel O. Beall) / color (16mm)-40m / © October 23, 1952 (script © September 28) The Hi-Miller Cross-Rib (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Junius Eddy) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1958 (script © April 7) Hidden Camera (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © August 27) The Hidden Camera Technique (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © February 6) Hidden City (Greater New York Fund [Hal Golden]- Mel London) / color (16mm)-10m / May 1, 1961 Covers NYC hospitals, child care and elderly centers High Impact Of Electrical Shock (U.S. Navy) / bw (16mm)-19m / 1944 Higher Poultry Profits (Chas. Pfizer & Co.; script: George A. Wilcock) / color (16mm)-11m / © July 12, 1954 Hiram Walker Gift Packaging Program For 1957 (Hiram Walker, Inc.; script: William B. Harrington) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © September 17) His Private Sales Force (National Biscuit Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © January 2) The History Of The Lifeguard (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Paul C. Woodridge) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © March 3) History Repeats Itself (script: Homer K. Gordon) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1943 (script © October 18) Hitch The Bell To The Star (Armour & Co.; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © November 24) Hogger Maginnis (Aluminum Co. of America- James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © January 8 ) The Hole In The Wall (Republic Steel Corp., Truscon Steel Division; script: Hal Secor) / color (16mm)-36m / © July 30, 1957 Holiday For Mother (General Electric Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © September 16) Holiday On Wheels (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © October 1) Holiday With Light (General Electric Co.; script: Sidney Brooks; m: Lee Pockriss) / color/multi-screen-2 reels / April 21, 1965 (New York World's Fair) Film material for a stage show Home Decorating News- A Report (R.H. Macey; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1962 Home For The Holidays (U.S. Air Force) / color (16mm)-1 reel / January 1964 Home Of Quality (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: David C. Weller & Edward R. Murkland) / color-1 reel / 1957 (script © September 13) Home Of Their Own: Nabisco Departments In The Store (National Biscuit Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © January 2) Honeymoon Detour (Atlas Supply Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © May 6) Horizon (Council of California Growers- H.B. Dave Butler; script: Anthony A. Sassano; narrator: Joel McCrea) / color (16mm)-29m / © December 5, 1962 Horizon In Motion (Wilding Inc. [Bell & Howell]) / color (16mm)-11m / 1976 Advertises Bell & Howell Horse Sense And Horse Power (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp. ) / bw-10m38s / September 1937 / video: https://archive.org/details/6045_Horse_Sense_in_Horse_Power_01_26_48_15 Hot Water (Edison General Electric Appliance; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © September 27) The Hotpoint Home Laundry (Edison General Electric Appliance; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © July 26) Hottest Line In Town No. 1 (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1941 Hottest Line In Town No. 2 (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1941 Hottest Line In Town No. 3 (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1941 (script © May 12) The House Of Goodyear (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © July 28) House On The Rock (Prudential Insurance Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © June 16) The House That Faith Built (Anheuser-Busch, Inc.- Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-39m / 1949 (script © July 5) Household Finance TV Spots (script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw-series of TV commercials / 1949 (script © January 31) How Much Is Enough? (Eaton Manufacturing) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 How To Avoid Accidents (General Tire & Rubber Co.; narrator: Mike Wallace) / bw (16mm)-9m12s / 1949 / video: https://archive.org/details/0840_How_to_Avoid_Accidents_12_10_56_00 How To Beat High Feed Costs (Murphy Products Co.; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © May 14) How To Do It (script: Ralph E. Cattell) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © April 21) How To Drive A Woman Crazy (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © May 6) How To Drive Safely And Flight Fatigue (National Confectioner's Association) / color (16mm)-5m / July 1, 1967 (Business Screen Magazine mention) How To Form Aluminum (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw-5 shorts / 1943 (script © July 9) Titles: Blanking And Piercing / 15m Drawing, Stretching And Stamping / 22m General Sheet Metal Practice / 20m Spinning / 16m Tube And Shape Bending / 13m How To Lose Weight By Eating Candy (National Confectioner's Association) / color (16mm)-5m / July 1, 1967 (Business Screen Magazine mention) How To Relieve Tension With A Candy Break (National Confectioner's Association) / color (16mm)-5m / July 1, 1967 (Business Screen Magazine mention) How To Sell More Quonsets (Great Lakes Steel Corp., Stran Steel Division; script: George A. Wilcock) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © March 3) How To Succeed In Western Business By Really Trying (Sunset Magazine) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 How To Win On A Punchboard (script: Ralph E. Cattell) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © September 15) How We Buy (Sears, Roebuck & Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © May 14) How's About It? (Remington Arms Co.- Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © September 19) Hudson Motor Promotional (Hudson Motor Co. ) / bw-1 reel / June 19, 1934 (Film Daily states in production) Human Mileage (General Tire & Rubber Co.- Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-10m / © January 4, 1949 Later extracted into a TV ad The Human Side (Financial Public Relations Association; script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © November 24) Hurricane On Wheels (Willys-Overland Motors Inc.; script: George A. Wilcock) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © May 17) Husbands Are Good For Something (Coolerator Co. ) / bw (16mm)-2 reels / August 1938 Hygiene For Women: Reproduction And Menstruation (U.S. Air Force) / color (16mm)-18m / 1966 Animated cartoon I, Metro (International Harverster) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1964 I'm Happy With My Crosley (Avco Manufacturing Corp., Crosley Division; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © August 27) I'm Not Too Proud Anymore (Human Development Institute) / color (16mm)-17m / © January 2, 1969 (filmed '68) Profiles a rural citizen of the Appalachia Ideas (Sylvania Electrical Products; script: Dennis Knife) / color (16mm)-13m / 1966 Ideas Inside (Bureau of the Magazine Publishers Association- Mel London) / bw-3 shorts (20m each) / September 15, 1961 (Business Screen mention) Special presentation of 3 films shown on a triple screen, initially shot on videotape and converted to kinescopes. Titles: Package Goods Selective Selling Specialty Outfits Ideas On Film (Wheaton Gallentine- Mel London) / color-10m / September 15, 1961 (Business Screen mention) IGA Fall Meetings (Food Brokers, Inc.; script: David C. Welling) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © October 3) Illinois At War (Illinois War Council) / bw-30m / 1942 Illinois Holiday (Pathways To Yesterday) (Illinois Bell Telephone Co.; script: Adrian Gendot) / Technicolor-28m / © April 4, 1957 (script © November 29) In Balance (Burroughs Adding Machine; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © June 23) In Business For Yourself (Cory Corp. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1968 In Our Hands No. 1: How We Got What We Have (American Economic Foundation- Jack Tilles; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-22m / © December 1, 1950 / video: https://archive.org/details/InOurHan1950 In Our Hands No. 2: What We Have (American Economic Foundation- Jack Tilles; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / © December 1, 1950 / video: https://archive.org/details/InOurHan1950_2 In Our Hands No. 3: How To Lose What We Have (American Economic Foundation- Jack Tilles; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-11m48s / © December 1, 1950 / video: https://archive.org/details/0169_In_Our_Hands_Part_3_How_To_Lose_What_We_Have_10_00_43_11 In Our Hands No. 4: How To Keep What We Have (American Economic Foundation- Jack Tilles; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-11m7s / © December 1, 1950 / video: https://archive.org/details/0169_In_Our_Hands_Part_4_How_to_Keep_What_We_Have_01_12_57_24 In The Bag: Use Of Bird Dogs (Ford Motor Co. ) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © January 17) In These Hands (Scott Paper Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © August 27) In These Hands (Federal Aviation Agency; script: George Mathieu) / color (16mm)-30m / October 31, 1960 (Business Screen states in production) Incidence of Rickets And Scurvy (Dr. Edwards A. Park) / bw (16mm)-25m / © October 25, 1948 Increased Income From Hogs (Chas Pfizer & Co.; script: George A. Wilcock) / color (16mm)-10m / © July 12, 1954 The Incredible Journey (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © September 16) Indian Hill (Bell Laboratories) / color (16mm)-2 reels / 1966 Induction Stirred Ladle Vacuum De-Gassing With Carbon Dioxidation (Republic Steel Corp. ) / Eastmancolor-11m / © January 13, 1964 (filmed '63) Industrial Measurement (Western Electric Co. ) / bw (16mm)-8m / 1949 Industrial Power Distribution (General Electric Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © April 14) Ingot Cracks Caused By Pouring (U.S. Steel Corp. ) / bw (16mm)-10m / © April 21, 1958 Ingot Cracks Caused By Solidification (U.S. Steel Corp. ) / bw (16mm)-10m / © April 21, 1958 The Inner City (United Fund) / bw-9m31s / 1958 / video: https://archive.org/details/InnerCit1958 Inside Harvester (International Harvester; script: James P. Prindle) / color (16mm)-26m / May 15, 1952 Inside Story (Atlas Supply Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / May 5, 1947 (Business Screen review) The Inside Story: Ford Advantages Over Chevrolet (Ford Motor Co.; script: Joseph H. Mayne) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) International Diesel Power (International Harvester) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 International Harvester '64 Announcement (International Harvester; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color (16mm)-1 reel / November 1963 Intestinal Fortitude (Harry Ferguson Inc.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © September 18) Into The Sixties With Ford (Ford Motor Co.) / color-14m / October 1959 / video: https://archive.org/details/64704IntoTheSixtiesWithFordVwr Introducing The Crosley Duo Shelvador (Avco Manufacturing Corp., Crosley Division; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © January 10) Introduction To The 1953 DeSoto (DeSoto Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © September 18) The Invisible Asset (Sinclair Refining Co., American Central Division; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © January 29) The Invisible Receptionist (Bell Telephone System; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © December 3) The Islander (John Wood Co., Bennett Pump Division; script: Paul C. Woodbridge) / color (16mm)-19m / © September 1, 1950 Israel, The Desert In Flower (Alitalia Airlines- Mel London) / color (16mm)-2 reels / October 26, 1964 (Film Daily mention) It Figures (Women's Day; script: Dun Roman) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © January 17) It Happened On The Way To Town (script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) It Happened Tomorrow (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: James B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 (script © May 15) It Must Be Somewhere (Remington Rand) / color (16mm)-28m / 1948 It Takes Imagination (Champion Paper & Fibre Co.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © August 15) It's A Gift (Hiram Walker, Inc.; script: William B. Harrington) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © August 15) It's A Knockout (Bendix Home Appliances, Inc.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © May 12) It's A Natural (Kraft Foods Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / color (16mm)-3 reels / 1950 (script © July 21) It's A Natural (Republic Steel Corp.; script: Paul C. Woodridge) / color (16mm)-2 reels / 1954 (script © April 28) It's About Time (script: Ralph E. Cattell) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) It's All In The Book (script: Ralph E. Cattell) / bw-1 reel / 1942 (script © May 6) It's All Yours (Wrought Iron Range Co.; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © September 16) It's Happening Today (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: James B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 (script © May 15) It's In The Air (Chrysler Airtemp Division, Chrysler Corp.; script: George A. Wilcock & Harden DeView) / color (16mm)-20m / © July 1, 1953 It's In The Bag (script: Charles Cromer) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © October 27) It's Lamb Time (National Livestock & Meat Board; script: David C. Welling) / color (16mm)-14m / 1955 (script © July 29) It's Magic (DeSoto Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Max Hodge) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © May 12) It's Our Job (Pratt & Whitney Aircraft; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / November 1, 1943 (Susiness Screen mention; script © July 9) It's The Same Fine Pard (script: Homer K. Gordon) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1943 (script © October 18) It's The Tops (Aluminum Co. of America; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © July 26) It's Time To Change (script: Rudolph August) / bw-1 reel / 1943 (script © March 27) It's Your Decision (Soap & Detergent Association & League of Women Voters) / color (16mm)-14m55s / 1966 Animated cartoon / video: https://archive.org/details/ItsYourDecision It's Your Up (Ford Motor Co. ) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / February 1962 Also an 8mm version
  13. Daily Double (Wine Advisory Board; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-17m / March 25, 1947 (Business Screen review: script © December 23, 1946) Dairy Barns, U.S.A. (Great Lakes Steel Corp., Stran-Steel Division; script: George A. Wilcock) / bw (16mm)-13m / © January 15, 1953 Damage Control: Shipboard Fire Fighting (U.S. Navy) / bw (16mm)-14m / 1960 / video: https://archive.org/details/46844USNavyDamageControlShipbaordFireFightingBasic Dan Dope Marches On (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp. ) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / March 20, 1939 (Business Screen mention) Dave Lowell Figures It Out / bw-2 reels / 1931 (soundtrack recorded November 25) The Davenport Works (Aluminum Co. of America; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © February 20) The Day That Made A Difference (Office of Civil Defense) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1964 Day With The Upjohn Company (Upjohn Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-30m / © March 30, 1955 Dealer Service Program (Imperial Oil Ltd. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1965 Dear Mr. Retailer (Calvert Distillers Corp.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © June 26) Dear Wilfred (Kraft Foods Co.; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © February 16) A Decent Brake For Murphy (Wagner Electric Corp., Automotive Division; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © September 28) Decision (Ohio Oil Co. ) / color (16mm)-31m / 1951 A Dedication To Public Service (American Bar Association; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © January 10) Deep Drawing Of Stainless Steel (Republic Steel Corp.- Junius Eddy) / color (16mm)-38m / © January 15, 1962 (script © December 4, 1961) Deep Roots (Champion Paper & Fibre Co.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / color (16mm)-42m / © May 15, 1953 (script © June 16, 1952) Deere Day Today (John Deere & Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1962 Democracy On Display (American Federation of Labor; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © August 11) Demonstrating The Nash NKI (Nash-Kelvinator Corp.; script: Dean Coffin) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © January 25) Demonstration Of U.S. Royal Master (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © October 3) Dental Services- Practice Management (U.S. Air Force) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1962 Deoxidation of Semi-killed Ingots (U. S. Steel Corp. ) / bw (16mm)-6m / © February 3, 1958 (filmed '57) Design For Leadership (Ford Motor Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © October 3) Design for Learning (Herman Nelson Division,American Air Filter Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / color (16mm)-25m / © May 7, 1952 Designed For Today- And Tomorrow (Bendix Home Appliances, Inc.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © June 16) Detroit Lions 50th Anniversary (Wilding, Inc.- narrator: Edward M. Lindsey) / color (16mm)-15m / April 1966 Dial 11: Direct Distance Dialing To New Jersey (New York Telephone Company) / bw (16mm)-4m / © May 31, 1956 Differences (Glenmore Distillaries) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 Digging For Gold: Turning Prospects Into Customers (National Biscuit Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © January 2) Disaster And You (American National Red Cross) / bw-28m / © February 15, 1958 Profiles the New England floods of '55, particularly around Torrington, Connecticut Dr. Oil And Mrs. Sludge (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1943 (script © July 9) The Dodge Chassis (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp. ) / bw-1 reel / 1932 (soundtrack recorded January 6) The Dodge Sales Presentation 1932 (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp. ) / bw-1 reel / 1932 (soundtrack recorded March 21) Dodge TV Spots (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp. & Grant Advertising; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw-series (under 1m each) / 1953 (script © August 27) Dollar Stretcher, King Size (Fruehauf Trailer Co.; script: Harry Grabow) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © June 8 ) Dominate With Budweiser (Anheuser-Busch, Inc.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © January 25) Dorothy Finds The Range (Avco Manufacturing Corp., Crosley Division; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © June 26) The Drama Of Portland Cement: From The Ground Up (Portland Cement Association; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / color (16mm)-30m / © May 16, 1949 Dream Of Tomorrow (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: Dean Coffin) / color-20m-1 reel / 1954 (script © September 14) Drying Clothes The Kenmore Way (Sears, Roebuck & Co.; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © June 26) Dual-temp For Peggy (Admiral Corp.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © January 25) Duncan Hines Cake Mix TV Ads (Procter & Gamble) / bw-series / 1960 Duns River Falls (Hilton Hotels) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1964 Duties Of A Hospital Corpsman (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-16+m / 1951 Dynamic Sales Management (Remington Rand) / color (16mm)-27m / 1951 E.C.A. Means Business (European Recovery Plan; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © December 1) East Of Bombay (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.) / bw (16mm)-29m / January 1941 Filmed on Armand Denis & Leila Roosevelt's expedition through India and Burma in 1937 Easy Does It! The Story Of Republic Electrunite E.M.T. (Republic Steel Corp.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans & Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © February 16) Easy Payments (Community Fund of Chicago; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw-1 reel / 1949 (script © August 11) Econoline (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / January 1962 Edge Formation (U.S. Gypsum Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw-1 reel / 1946 (script © December 23) The Editor's Notebook (Chicago Daily News; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © April 14) The Egg And You (Albert L. Weeks) / color (16mm)-30m / © November 18, 1948 Features Everett Mitchell The Electron Theory (U.S. Navy) / bw (16mm)-5m / 1954 Electronic Engine Control (General Electric Co.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © November 5) Electronics In The Home: RCA Whirlpool Electronic Filter (Whirlpool-Seeger Corp.; script: Herbert Borre) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © April 4) Elegance In Action (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © August 27) Elementary Tactics Of Lifesaving (U.S. Navy) / bw (16mm)-25m / 1942 Emily Talks Training (American Telephone & Telegraph Company- script: Reginald Keith) / bw (16mm)-16m24s / May 17, 1946 (completed '45) Endless Channels / bw-2 reels / 1932 (soundtrack recorded January 15) Endless Engineering (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © April 12) The Engine That Never Gets Old (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © February 24) Engineering Notebook (Western Electric Co.; script: Robert Rosencrans) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1958 (script © April 7) Engines For Superbombers (Chrysler Corp.; script: Homer K. Gordon) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © September 27) Englander Airfoam Mattress And Red-Line Foundation (Airfoam Mattress Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © December 15) Erythroblastic Anemia (Mead Johnson & Co.) / bw (16mm)-37m / © May 14, 1941 Features Dr. Thomas B. Dooley The Eternal Flame (Columbia Engineering Corp.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © November 24) Eternally Yours (The Science Of Letallurgy) (A.M. Byers Co. ) / bw-31m / December 1948 History of the iron industry Ethyl Gasoline Promotional (Ethyl Gasoline) / bw-1 reel / November 8, 1934 (Film Daily states in production) Europe From Dawn To Dusk (Alitalia Airlines- Mel London) / color (16mm)-18m / July 15, 1964 (Business Screen review) An Evening With Major Bowes (Chrysler Corp.) bw-2 reels / 1935 Features performances by blues singer Harriet Waters, impressionist Lawrence Eisler, banjoist John Jewell and singers Kitty Stark Bobby Blakeman Ever Since Eden (H.J. Heinz Inc.- Jean Yarborough) / bw (16mm)-38m53s / 1942 Dramatized history of the tomato. Cast: John McGuire, Virginia Carroll, Louis Jean Heydt, Evalyn Knapp & others The Ever-Widening Circle (Michigan State College; script: George A. Wilcock) / color (16mm)-20m / 1952 (script © March 12) Every Man Is A King (Avco Manufacturing Co.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © August 11) Every Seventh Family (National Consumer Finance Association- Jack Miller; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-28m / © January 17, 1949 Everybody's Business (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp. ) / bw-1 reel / September 1937 Everybody's Business (Tea Bureau) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / August 1, 1939 (Business Screen mention) Everybody's Neighbor (American Newspaper Representatives; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 Everyday Miracles (Carboloy Co.; script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-25m / 1946 (script © January 8 ) Everything Under Control (Hotpoint; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © January 19) Everything's Going For You (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-2 reels / October 1961 Executive Speeches (Ford Motor Co.; script: Norman B. Terry & Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © July 5) The Facts About Price (Willard Storage Battery; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © February 7) Fairlane Line '62 (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / October 1961 Faith In The Future (Fruehauf Trailer Co.; script: Homer K. Gordon) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © November 26) Faithfully Yours (Champion Spark Plug Co.; script: Dayton C. Closser) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © January 18) Falcon Line '62 (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / October 1961 Family Finance (Savings & Loan) / color (16mm)-25m / 1955 / video: https://archive.org/details/0772_Unid_Savings_Loan_Industrial_possibly_Family_Finance_18_22_41_00 Family Jubilee (New York Life Insurance) / color (16mm)-13m / © January 15, 1954 (filmed '53) Farewell To Blue Monday (Los Angeles Soap Co.; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / Technicolor-33m / August 1, 1947 (Business Screen review; script © March 18) The Farmer Takes A Roof (Aluminum Co. of America; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-13m / 1947 (script © September 8 ) / video: https://archive.org/details/48054TheFarmerTakesARoof_201802 Fashions For Americans (Chicago Tribune; script: A.L. Weeks) / bw-1 reel / 1946 (script © January 8 ) Feeding The Infant During The First Year (Mead Johnson & Co.) / bw (16mm)-32m / © April 30, 1947 Features Dr. Alan Brown Feel Free (DuBois Chemicals) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 Field Educational TV Commercials (Field Educational Enterprises Corp. ) / color (16mm)-series / 1968 The '57 Market And The Ford Line (Ford Motor Co.; script: Robert Rosekrens) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © October 12) Film Clinic On Dwarfism (Mead Johnson & Co. ) / bw (16mm)-42m / © January 12, 1950 (filmed '49) The Finest First (Gibson Refrigerator Co.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © September 19) Finishing Stainless Steel In The Shop (Republic Steel Corp.- Junius Eddy) / color (16mm)-34m / © February 1, 1962 (script © December 4, 1961) Fire In The Mine (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.- Hobart H. Brownwell; cast:) bw-1 reel / 1936 Docu-drama involving a Dodge versus a locomotive saving men in trouble. John Hamilton & Frank Melton featured. Firebrewing Story (Strohs Brewing Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1966 Firestone Tires (Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. ) / bw-1 reel / June 19, 1934 (Film Daily states in production) First Century Of Baseball (General Motors Corp, Fisher Body Division) / bw (16mm)-40m / December 27, 1938 The First Chair (C.G. Conn) / bw (16mm)-35m / August 20, 1938 (Business Screen review) Profiles band instruments against a min-drama The First Fifty Years (Aluminum Co. of America; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw-2 reels / 1946 (script © January 8 ) First Impressions (Alitalia Airlines- Mel London' script: Sheryl London; camera: Bernard Hirschenson) / Technicolor-11m30s / April 30, 1962 (Business Screen review) Scenics of Australia, Thailand, India, Iran and Greece First Line Of Progress (script: Ralph E. Cattell) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © November 8 ) Fisk Air-borne Is Different (U.S. Rubber Co., Fisk Tire Division- Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © May 23) The Fisk Way (U.S. Rubber Co., Fisk Tire Division; script: John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © February 6) Five Grand And A Girl (Wilding Pictures/Fisk Tire Co.- Jean Yarbrough) / bw-10m / 1940 Comedy featuring Grady Sutton Flexible Farming With The Ferguson Method (Ford Ferguson Tractor & Ferguson Implements; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script copyright November 26) Foam Glass... For More Reasons That One (Pittsburgh Corning Co.; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) Foiling The Villains / bw-1 reel / May 1939 (New York World's Fair) For Farmers Only (B.F. Goodrich Co.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw-5m / 1947 (script © February 17) For Immediate Action (American Telephone & Telegraph Co.; script: Edward R. Murkland) / Eastmancolor-15m / 1957 (script © May 6) For Patients In Pain (Abbott Laboratories; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-2 reels / 1968 For The Whole Family (General Electric Co.; script: Herb Borre) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © September 14) For The World Of Tomorrow (script: Joseph H. Mayne) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © June 15) For Those Who Serve (Electric Storage Battery Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © July 5) Ford '62: New High In Quality (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / October 1961 Ford '62: New Standards For The American Road (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / October 1961 Ford '64 New Car Announcement (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / September 1963 Ford '65 Announcement Show (Ford Motor Co. ) / color-1 reel / September 1964 Ford '68 Magic Screen Presentation (Ford Motor Co. ) / color & multi-screen-2 reels? / November 30, 1967 (Business Screen Magazine mention) Ford '69 New Announcements (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / September 1968 Ford '70 Screen Ads (Ford Motor Co.) / color (16mm)-series (1m each) / September 1969 Ford '71 Screen Ads (Ford Motor Co.) / color (16mm)-series (1m each) / September 1970 Titles include: Tent Ford '72 Screen Ads (Ford Motor Co.) / color (16mm)-series (1m each) / September 1971 Titles: Automobile Support Better Car Company Tot Guard Value Ford Comparison (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / October 1961 Ford Dealer Panels (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / September 1964 Ford Motor Truck Power Pilot Economy (Ford Motor Co.; script: George K. Mitchell) / bw-2 shorts (one silent) / 1950 (script © October 26) Ford Must Stand First (Ford Motor Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © November 24) Ford Opening Announcement (Ford Motor Co.; script: Dayton C. Closser) / color (16mm)-3m / 1956 (script © October 12) Ford Service Forum No. 1: The Sign Of Good Service (Ford Motor Co.; script: Ron Haskell) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © May 12) Ford Service Forum No. 2: Ready To Roll, 1953 Ford Trucks (Ford Motor Co.; script: Ron Haskell) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © November 10) Ford Service Forum No. 3: Engine Service Tips (Ford Motor Co.; script: Ron Haskell) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © May 12) Ford TV Commercials (Ford Motor Co.; script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw-6 shorts / 1948 (script copyright June 23) Titles: Scoop! First Telecast Of The New Ford Now It's Here- The Car of The Year Big News, Big Car Safe At Home Hit Of The Year Riding A Midships Foresight Beats No Sight (Bucyrus Erie- Tom Murphy; script: Hal Secor) / color (16mm)-1 reel / December 1962 Animated cartoon (Safeteam Series) Forgings- To Mark Progress (Ladish Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1958 (script © June 28) Forming And Bending Of Stainless Steel (Republic Steel Corp.- Junius Eddy) / color (16mm)-29m / © February 28, 1962 (script © December 4, 1961) Fortune Tellers Can Be Right (script: Ralph E. Cattell) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © November 24) Found Money (Broadus Bailey for Inland Marine Underwiters Association; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © August 11) Four Amazing Alloys (Alcoa Aluminum; script: Samuel O. Beall) / Eastmancolor-16m / © September 1, 1957 403 Midland Avenue: The Story Behind The Valiant (Chrysler Corp.; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © October 15) Four Star Feature Story (Geyer Advertising; script: Dean Coffin) / bw (16mm)-25m / 1953 (script © September 24) Fractures (U.S. Navy) / bw (16mm)-10m / 1946 Framework Analysis (Film For Deere Day) (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 (script © August 14) Free For All (Standard Oil Co. of Indiana- Wallace Fox; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-21m / © March 16, 1948 Free Ride (General Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans & Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script copyright May 6) Freedom Has Grass Roots: The Story Of The Chicago Board Of Trade (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © April 29) Freedom With A Future (Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motors) / bw (16mm)-23m / © February 6, 1953 Freight Goes Through! (Association of American Railroads) / color (16mm)-19m / © October 21, 1952 Fresh Frozen Assets (script: Joseph Johnston & W.H. Vilas) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © June 6) Frigidaire Food Freezes For Sixty (Frigidaire Division of General Motors Corp.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © October 15) From Cow To Carton (Ex-Cell-O Corp. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / October 6, 1967 (Columbus Film Festival, completed in 1966) Includes stop-motion animation From Hi To Super Hi (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1962 From Little Acorns (Financial Public Relations Association; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © January 25) Frozen Assets (Deepfreeze Division of Motor Products Corp.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © January 17) Fundamentals Of First Aid (U.S. Navy) / bw (16mm)-10m / 1946 Furrow On Film (John Deere & Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1968 Futuramic Oldsmobile (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw-4 shorts (1m each) / © August 13, 1948 The Future Is At Your Fingertips (Call-to-Progress Committee; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © August 27)
  14. A-Hunting We Will Go (Studebaker Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © November 3) Abandon Ship (U.S. Navy) / bw (16mm)-32m / 1943 About Fallout (U.S. Office of Civil Defense- Jack Tilles) / color (16mm)-8m20s / 1955 Part animated video: https://archive.org/details/AboutFal1955 About Fallout (U.S. Office of Civil Defense) / color (16mm)-22m / December 1963 Revised version Accent On Color (Armstrong Paint & Varnish Works; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © December 3) Accessories For Christmas (Studebaker Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © August 23) The Accessories Opportunity (Ford Motor Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © October 12) Accidental Romance (Universal C.I.T.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw-3 reels / 1946 (script © January 8 ) The Accounting, The Language Of Business (American Institute of Accountants) / bw (16mm)-21m / © November 30, 1953 The Ace Ranchero (John Deere & Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / Eastmancolor-3 reels / 1957 (script © June 26) A western musical soft sale of tractors Action Test (Ford Motor Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) Admiral Refrigerators TV Commercials (Admiral Corp.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw-3 shorts (under 1m each) / 1950 (script © February 14) Admiral Television Commercials '50 (Admiral Corp.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw-3 shorts (under 1m each) / 1950 (script © May 8 & June 26) Admiral Television Commercials '50 (Admiral Corp.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw-4 shorts (under 1m each) / 1950 (script © February 16) Admiral Television Screen-ads '49 (Admiral Corp.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw-series of shorts / 1949 (scripts copyrighted January 31, April 19 & May 23) Admiral Television Screen-ads (2nd series) (Admiral Corp.; script: Donald N. Shepherd & Leon A. Kreger) / bw-8 shorts (1m each) / 1948 (script © October 20) Admiral Television Screen-ads (Admiral Corp.; script: Joseph H. Cole & Albert L. Weeks) / bw-6 shorts / 1948 (script © August 13) Advancements In Printing Press Design (Miehle Printing Press & Manufacturing Co. ) / bw (16mm)-26m / 1946 Advantages Of The Talking Slide Film As A Machine For Selling / bw-20m / April 6, 1936 (Film Daily mention) One of the first films Wilding made at the Essanay studio in Chicago (December 1935) Adventure Bound (Ford Motor Co. ) / bw (16mm)-30m / 1937 Follows a '36 mountain hike up Rainbow Bridge, Monumental Valley The Adventure Road No. 1: Galena, Illinois (Standard Oil Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1959 (script © October 29) The Adventures Of Dudley Worthington / Technicolor-15m-(C)-March 1, 1961 (Business Screen review) Features Hans Conreid Advertise Your Advertising (Swift & Co.; script: David C. Welling) / bw (16mm)-13m / © April 16, 1956 Advertising '66 (Wilding, Inc. /American Oil Co. ) / color (16mm)-38m / © November 15, 1966 African Jet Safari (Alitalia Airlines- Mel London) / color (16mm)-13m30s / October 26, 1964 (Film Daily mention) Includes shots of Nairobi and Victoria Falls After the Harvest (Board of Trade of the City of Chicago; script: James P. Prindle) / color (16mm)-27m / © October 15, 1955 Ahead Of The Parade (Studebaker Corp. ) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / November 1938 Aircraft Familiarization (Federal Aviation Agency; script: Bill Betts) / color (16mm)-series of shorts / October 31, 1960 (Business Screen states in production) Airfoam Movies (Goodyear Airfoam; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw-5 shorts (1 reel each) / 1950 (script © August 7) Titles: Bedtime Story Go Easy Me And My Pillow Rest Assured The Rest Is Easy Airtemp At War (script: Charles Curran) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) An Airtight Case (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © April 20) The All American Way (Chicago Tribune & Business Survey Dept. ) / bw (16mm)-30m / January 3, 1941 (Business Screen review) All Fall Down (Greater New York Fund) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 All I Can Do (Coopers, Inc.; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-23m / © December 16, 1949 All Out For Victory (Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-20m / 1943 (script © April 1) All This And Baby Too (Standard Oil Co. of Indiana; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © May 6) The All-New Plymouth For 1955 (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / color-1 reel / 1954 (script © September 14) Alligator Hide (U.S. Steel Corp. ) / bw (16mm)-9m / © April 21, 1958 (completed '57) Allstate All The Way (Allstate Motor Oils & Sears, Roebuck & Co.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw-1 reel / 1948 (script © December 3) Aluminum, A Modern Metal Tailored By Science For A Modern World (Aluminum Co. of America; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © May 6) Always In Hot Water (Bendix Home Appliances, Inc.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © December 27) America's Safest Tire (Wilding Picture Productionss/Fisk Tire Co.- Jean Yarbrough) / bw-11m / 1939 / cast: Rush Hughes, Terry Walker & Russell Hicks / video: https://archive.org/details/americas_safest_tire The American Economy: Its Problems And Possibilities (Borg-Warner Corp. & Inland Steel Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © April 29) American Portrait (Institute of Life Insurance [J. Walter Thompson Co.]- Wallace Fox) / bw (16mm)-28m / 1940 Filmed at Hal Roach's studio in Culver City, CA with stars Alan Ladd & Mary Brodel / video: https://archive.org/details/0746_American_Portrait_06_25_41_00 The American Promise (Chrysler Corp.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © November 12) The American Way: Flagships Of The Air (American Airlines- host: C.R. Smith) / bw-25m / May 15, 1939 (Business Screen mentions in production) Both 35mm and 16mm versions, the former unveiled in June at Chicago's Palmer House The Amiable Giant (Dun & Bradstreet, Inc.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1950 (script © September 28) Analysis Of A Bulk Plant Fire (American Petroleum Institute) / bw (16mm)-24m / December 1961 Anatomy Of A Sale (Ford Motor Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1962 And The Truth Shall Make You Free (Temperance & Tolerance Association of America; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © December 1) And Then Orchids (script: Morgan W. Gibney & James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1941 (script © February 26) Another Milestone (Hudson Motors, American Motors Corp.; script: Joseph H. Mayne) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © July 27) The Answer (Bell & Howell, Phillipsburgh Division; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-2 reels / 1968 Appendicitis In Childhood (Mead Johnson & Co. ) / bw-45m / © January 22, 1941 Arch Against The Sky (Great Lakes Steel Corp. ) / bw (16mm)-25m / 1951 Are You Selling As Well As We Are Building? (Avco Manufacturing Corp., American Central Division; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © January 29) Arizona Story (script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1943 (script © December 3) The Armco Man (Armco Policies; script: Samuel O. Beall) / color (16mm)-2 reels / 1961 (script © August 14) Armed Forces Day Special (U.S. Air Force- Harold Witt) / color-10m / May 15, 1959 (O'Hara Airport in Chicago) Initially shown as a special push-button projector, allowing viewers to follow bomber pilots The Army On Wheels (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp. & U.S. Army) / Technicolor-30m / September 3, 1940 (Film Daily mention) Filmed at Fort Bennett, Port Sam Huston and Sabine River, Texas / black & white video: https://archive.org/details/40414ArmyOnWheels Around The Clock With The Clues (National Biscuit Co. ) / Technicolor-1 reel / April 30, 1939 (New York World's Fair) Around The World With A & P (Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co.; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw-2 reels / 1946 (script © May 6) Art, Mark Of Man (Michigan Artrain- Dan Cavallero; narrator: Emil Weddige) / color (16mm & 8mm)-7m / © August 7, 1971 As Good As New (script: Homer K. Gordon) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) As You Like Them (script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © June 15) Ascorbic Acid And Scurvy (Mead Johnson & Co.) / bw (16mm)-28m / © April 30, 1947 Features Dr. Frederick F. Tisdall The Asphalt Institute (script: Joseph H. Cole) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © May 12) Assembly Lines Of Defense / bw (16mm)-18m / December 1942 / video: https://archive.org/details/Assembly_Lines_of_Defense Astrocolor (American Airlines) / color (16mm)-7m30s / November 11, 1969 (Berlin Industrial Film Festival) The Auto U.S.A. (Wilding, Inc.; script: Dennis Knife) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1966 Auto-Lite (Electric Auto-Lite Co.; script: Harry Grabow) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © June 26) Automatic Savings (Fruehauf Trailer Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © June 16) The Automobile Engine (Ford Motor Co. ) / Eastmancolor-20m / © November 16, 1964 Baby Time (Welcome Wagon International) / bw (16mm)-30m / © September 3, 1965 Back Of Every Promise (Promises We Live By) (Continental Illinois Bank & Trust Co.- James P. Prindle III) / bw (16mm)-29m / September 26, 1948 Back Up Our Battle Skies (script: Homer K. Gordon) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1943 (script © December 3) The Banker Buys A Car (Universal C.I.T.; script: James P. Prindle) / bw-2 reels / 1946 (script © January 8 ) Bankicide (Financial Public Relations Association; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © January 10) Be Modern- Cook Electronically (General Electric Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © September 16) Beauty And The Bride (S.C. Johnson & Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / Eastmancolor-40m / © January 6, 1954 (script © September 24, 1953) The Beauty Line-Up (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © July 20) Beef Fashioned For Freezing (National Livestock & Meat Board; script: David C. Welling) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © May 6) Behind The Scenes (J. Cullen Landis) / bw-10m19s / 1932 (soundtrack recorded March 28) / video: https://archive.org/details/AFP-2BZ_No9 Behind The Seams (Hart Schaffner & Marx) / color (16mm)-18m / © February 2, 1966 The Bell Heard 'Round The World (National Cash Register ) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / May 1, 1946 Belt Surgery (U.S. Rubber Co.; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © May 23) Ben Franklin Returns (Mutual Insurance; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © December 27) Bendix Anniversary Celebration (Bendix Home Appliances, Inc.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © May 12) Bendix Home Appliances Commercials (Bendix Home Appliances, Inc.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw-10 shorts (under 1m each) / 1950 (script © June 12) Bendix Home Appliances Commercials (2nd series) (Bendix Home Appliances, Inc.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw-4 shorts (under 1m each) / 1950 (script © October 26) Bendix TV Spots '52 (Bendix Home Appliances, Inc.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw-5 shorts (under 1m each) / 1952 (script © August 7) Bendix TV Spots '52 (2nd series) (Bendix Home Appliances, Inc.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw-21 shorts (under 1m each) / 1952 (script © November 21) Bendix TV Spots '53 (Bendix Home Appliances, Inc.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw-series (under 1m each) / 1953 (script © January 2) Beneath Navy Wings (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-28m / 1961 / video: https://archive.org/details/81554USNavyBeneathNavyWings The Benefit Plan (script: Morgan W. Gilby) / bw-1 reel / 1949 (script © June 17) The Benefits You Offer (Ford Motor Co.; script: Harry Grabow) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © October 12) The Best Cook In America (Norge Division of Borg-Warner Corp.; script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © December 3) Best In The Field (Gamble-Skogmo, Inc.; script: Alexander A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © February 24) The Best Man (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole & James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © May 31) The Best Thing On Wheels (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / Eastmancolor-1 reel / 1960 (script © January 11) Better Look Twice (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1965 (script © March 25) Better Way (U.S. Steel Corp.; script: Paul C. Woodbridge) / bw (16mm)-27m / © February 15, 1953 Big Bonus Opportunities (Standard Oil Co. of Indiana; script: James P. Prindle) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1958 (script © April 7) The Big Change (Standard Oil Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / color (16mm)-3 reels / 1957 (script © February 20) Big City Paper (Chicago Tribune) / color (16mm)-1 reel / January 1966 The Big Delivery Wagon (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; H.J. Heinz & Co.) / color (16mm)-12m / 1951 The Big E (Nuclear Carrier Enterprise; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-2 reels / 1961 (script © September 18) The Big Kitchen (H.J. Heinz Co.; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / color (16mm)-25m / 1949 (script © July 5) The Big Little Things (Coopers, Inc.; script: Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-29m / © December 10, 1951 The Big M (Mercury Division of Ford Motor Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © October 3) Big News And Diamond Finish TV Spots (S.C. Johnson & Son; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw-2 shorts (under 1m each) / 1950 (script © July 21) Big Risk (La Grande Ventura) (Ohio Oil Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / color (16m)-1 reel / 1960 (script © January 11) Big Story (General Electric Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © September 16) Big Ticket Tips For Big Ticket Operators (Montgomery Ward & Co.; script: Hal Secor) / color (16m)-1 reel / 1960 (script © May 26) Big Tim (United Productions of America [UPA], Stephen Bosustow, producer; voice: Stan Freberg) / Technicolor-11m18s / May 1949 Animated cartoon / video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Peu5hH9vy7E Bigger Acres (Mathieson Agricultural Chemicals Division; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-32m / © April 5, 1954 The Biggest Bridge In Action (Mutual of Omaha; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color-29m / August 1, 1959 (Business Screen review; script © December 11, 1958) Features a paralyzed football player Rift Fournier overcoming his handicap as a bridge engineer in Action, Nebraska The Birth Of A Motor Star (Tucker- Albert L. Weeks) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © May 10) Black Anger (Human Development Institute) / color (16mm)-30m / 1968 Blame It On Love (Edison General Electric Appliance Co.- Wallace Fox) / bw (16mm)-46m / March 10, 1940 (Business Screen review) Cast: Joan Marsh, John King, Nella Walker & Cissy Loftus / video: https://archive.org/details/blame-it-on-love-1940 The Blue Circle Of Safety (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: DeVallon Scott) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1960 (script © February 8 ) Blue Flame (Peoples Gas Light & Coke Co. ) / color (16mm)-25m / © October 9, 1956 Bob Somerville, Vice President (Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © October 4) The Body Story (Ford Motor Co.; script: E.R. Mirkland) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © October 12) Bofors Gun Team (script: Homer K. Gordon) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) Bonus Business (Atlas Supply Co.- Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © June 23) Bottle Of Magic (Western Electric Co.; script: James R. Handley) / bw-1 reel / 1947 (script © February 17) Boy In Court (National Probation & Parole Association) / bw-10m15s / 1940 Bread Upon The Waters (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1957 (script © June 26) Breakers Ahead (script: Ralph E. Cattell) / bw-1 reel / 1941 (script © October 6) Bridge Over The Tagus (U.S. Steel Corp. ) / color (16mm)-2 reels / October 24, 1968 (Columbus Film Festival) Bright New World (Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / color (16mm)-30m / © February 15, 1954 (script © September 24, 1953) Bright Prospects (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: Anthony A. Bassano) / bw-1 reel / 1949 (script © March 3) Bring Them Back Alive (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © June 16) Broad Land, Narrow Water (Illinois Bell Telephone Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / color (16mm)-21m / © March 30, 1956 Build To Your Own Design (General Motors Corp, Fisher Body Division) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / March 1, 1948 (Business Screen mention) Built Like The Big Ones (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / October 1962 Buon Appetito (Alitalia Airlines- Mel London) / color (16mm)-2 reels / February 1965 (completed '64) Bus To The Big Town (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © April 28) Butler Builds Your Panel Profits (Bendix Home Appliances, Inc.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © November 21) By Jupiter! (Marshall Field & Co.- Jack Tilles; script: Bruce L. Henry) / color (16mm)-27m / © November 16, 1946 Featuring Chick Chandler, Martin Olson & Claire Powell / black & white video: https://archive.org/details/ByJupiter By Which We Live (General Electric Co.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © July 26) Call By Number TV Commercials (Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw-6 shorts (under 1m each) / 1950 (script © June 26) Calling Only Housewives (script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1943 (script © July 9) Cancer- Life Against Itself (Michigan Cancer Fund) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1962 Capitol For Quality (Atlas Supply Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1965 A Car Is Born (Ford Motor Co.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © October 12) A Car Is Born (Ford Motor Co.) / color (16mm)-26m34s / April 1972 / video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7-MJl-1RzM Car Washing (Sinclair Refining Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © February 6) Carburetor Service Tips (Ford Motor Co.; script: Joseph H. Mayne) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © October 12) Cardio Vascular Anomilies (Mead Johnson & Co.) / bw (16mm)-32m / © January 17, 1949 Cast: Dr. Stanley Gibson The Care And Handling Of Buyers (Republic Steel Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-45m / 1955 (script © August 15) The Care And Maintenance Of Stainless Steel (Republic Steel Corp.- Junius Eddy) / color (16mm)-27m / © January 9, 1962 (completed '61) The Case Against Casey (Continental Oil Co.; script: John B. Davenport) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © January 10) The Case Of Officer Hallibrand (Marathon Oil Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 Revised 1967 Case Of Slippery Oil (Perfect Circle) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1960 The Case Of Tommy Tucker (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp.- Orlando Lippert; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-23m / 1949 (script © September 19) Case Of Vital Dimensions (script: Bruce L. Henry) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1943 (script © December 3) Cash In On The Kitchenaider (script: Norman B. Terry) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) Catching More Sun In Silage (John Deere & Co.; script: M.G. Rippeteau) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1968 Challenge And Opportunity (Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; script: Dayton C. Closser) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1956 (script © April 4) Challenge Of Change (U.S. Department of Labor) / bw (16mm)-20+m / 1963 Challenge To America (Joint Committee of the Association of National Advertisers & American Association of Advertising Agencies) / bw (16mm)-28m / 1955 The Challenge (Calvert Distillers Corp.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw-2 reels / 1950 (script © August 16) Chance Of A Lifetime (Ford Motor Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © October 20) A Chance To Lose (Plymouth Motors Division of Chrysler Corp. & National Safety Council) / bw (16mm)-10m16s / 1937 (Business Screen review, August 20, 1938) / video: https://archive.org/details/0839_Chance_to_Lose_A_13_24_47_00 Changing Scene (American Assn. of Land Grant Colleges & State Universities) / bw (16mm)-13m / © July 16, 1956 Character Of A Company (John Deere & Co. ) / color (16mm)-20m / 1965 Charlie Powell Checks Up (script: Joseph H. Mayne) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) The Cheese Family Album (Kraft Foods Co.- Wallace Fox & Jack Tilles) / color (16mm)-32m / © April 1, 1949 The Child City (Loyal Order of Moose; script: Homer K. Gordon) / bw (16mm)-35m / November 1, 1946 (Business Screen review) Filmed at children's home at Mooseheart, Illinois Child Of Darkness, Child Of Light (Wilding, Inc. [Edward Rasch]/Foster Parents' Plan) / color (16mm)-27m / December 30, 1966 (Business Screen review) The Choice Of The Years (Kelly-Springfield Tire Co.; script: Joseph H. Cole) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © July 26) Choosing The Right Valve (Crane Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © November 5) Chrysler Sea Mule (Chryster Corp.; script: Charles Curran) / bw-1 reel / 1945 (script © January 17) The Chump Or The Champ (Ford Motor Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1949 (script © September 19) City Of Partners (United Foundation; script: James McGuire) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © November 5) A Closed Book (Fram Bureau Insurance Companies; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-26m / 1950 (script © December 15, 1950) A Closer Look (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: David C. Weller & Edward R. Murkland) / color-1 reel / 1957 (script © September 13) Closeups Of Classic Beauty And Unexcelled Craftsmanship (Ford Motor Co.; script: Gordon H. Miller) / Technicolor & CinemaScope-1 reel / 1958 (script © August 25) Closing In On The Close (Studebaker Corp.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © November 3) Cloud 97 (Standard Oil Co. of Indiana; script: James P. Prindle) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1947 (script © September 8 ) Color Magic (Interchemical Corp.; script: Edward R. Murkland) / color-23m / © August 2, 1957 Colorado Holiday (20th Century Fox) / Technicolor & CinemaScope-10+m / © May 6, 1955 Special travelogue produced for 20th Century Fox in Hollywood. Denver and Pikes Peak are highlighted The Colors Of Italy (Alitalia Airlines- Mel London) / color (16mm)-2 reels / July 15, 1964 (Business Screen review) Combat Fatique: Insomnia (U.S. Navy) / bw-7m11s / 1945 / video: https://archive.org/details/CombatFa1945 Combat Team (Chance Vought Aircraft Co.; script: Ralph Cattell) / bw (16mm)-30m / 1944 (script © March 4) Come and Find Me (Pure Oil Co.; script: James P. Prindle) / Eastmancolor-22m / © March 18, 1957 (script © October 10, 1956) Commercial And Industrial Windows And Doors (Republic Steel Corp., Truscon Division) / color (16mm)-36m / © January 23, 1959 Company's Coming (University of Chicago) / bw (16mm)-11m / © March 2, 1950 Competition Is Where You Find It (Continental Oil Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © May 31) Completely Powered For Modern Driving (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: Thomas E. Byrnes) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © October 13) The Computer Come To Marketing (Fortune Films) / bw (16mm)-30m / August 31, 1960 (Business Screen mention) The Constant Bride (Edison Electric Institute; script: Morgan W. Gilby) / bw-1 reel / 1949 (script © January 17) Consumers Building Special Film (Egmont Arens) / bw/Circularama (8 projectors)-8m / April 30, 1939 (NYC World's Fair) Continental And Lincoln For 1958 (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Co.; script: David C. Weller & Edward R. Murkland) / color-1 reel / 1957 (script © September 13) Continuous Performance (script: Ralph E. Cattell & Leo Rosencrans) / bw-1 reel / 1943 (script © July 9) Controlled Heat (Hotpoint; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1946 (script © September 27) The Convair 240 (Consolidated-Vultee Aircraft Corp.; script: J.H. Mayne) / bw-1 reel / 1947 (script © November 12) Convincing Elwood (Norge Division of Borg-Warner Corp.; script: Harry Grabow) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1948 (script © January 19) Cooking The Better Cuts Of Meat (National Livestock & Meat Board; script: David C. Welling) / color (16mm)-4 shorts (4m each) / 1957 (script © November 29) Titles: Leg Of Lamb Let's Have Lamb Miscellaneous Lamb Chops Miscellaneous Pork Cuts Cool Chips (Cincinnati Milling Machine) / color (16mm)-27m / © November 1, 1952 Coolerator Presentation (Coolerator Co.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © July 13) Coolerator TV Spots (Coolerator Co.; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw-4 shorts (under 1m each) / 1951 (script © January 29) Coolerator TV Spots '52 (Coolerator Co. & IT & T; script: Leon A. Kreger) / bw-7 shorts (under 1m each) / 1952 (script © May 12) The Core Of High Production (Osborn Manufacturing Co.; script: Samuel O. Beall) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © November 5) Corrosion-Resistent Alloy Valves (Continental Oil Co.; script: Alexander A. Sassano) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1955 (script © January 10) Count On Oldsmobile (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.; script: Morgan W. Gibney) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1941 (script © August 7) Counter Decisions (Drug Topics; script: Dun Roman) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1953 (script © July 27) Courtesy, Your Best Seller (American Oil Co. ) / color (16mm)-17m / © March 18, 1963 Credit: Man's Confidence in Man (Dun & Bradstreet, Inc. ) / bw (16mm)-35m / © January 17, 1951 (filmed '50) The Criminal On The Spot / bw-1 reel / 1932 (soundtrack recorded April 26) Crystal Laundry & Cleaning Co. Promotional (Crystal Laundry & Cleaning Co.; script: Donald N. Shepherd) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1951 (script © April 18) The Curiosity Shop (Aluminum Co. of America; script: Leo S. Rosencrans) / Technicolor-20m-(C)-April 21, 1948 (script © November 24, 1947) This comic romance is a soft sell to aluminum manufacturing. Cast: Richard Hogan, June Lockhart & John Litel Curtains Of Steel (Republic Steel Corp.; script: George A. Wilcock) / bw (16mm)-1 reel / 1954 (script © July 26) A Customer Is Born (Cities Service Co.; script: Anthony A. Sassano) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1952 (script © October 13) Customer Relations: Ford '64 (Ford Motor Co. ) / color (16mm)-1 reel / September 1963 Cutting Out The Cuts (Bucyrus Erie- Tom Murphy; script: Hal Secor) / color (16mm)-1 reel / December 1962 Animated cartoon (Safeteam Series)
  15. Wilding Pictures Company & Wilding, Inc. As mentioned above, the Wilding Pictures Company was three years ahead of Jam Handy in Technicolor production. It was also ahead of Hollywood. Although Technicolor's more primitive two-strip process was in active use by the U.S. film industry for a decade and a half, Wilding's three strip coverage of the Chicago “Century of Progress” of October 1933 predated MGM's use of the advanced format in the feature The Cat And The Fiddle, segments of Fox's The House Of Rothschild and the pioneering two-reelers La Cucaracha (RKO) and Service With A Smile (Warner Brothers). Only a few test films and Walt Disney's “Silly Symphony” animated cartoons predate this one. However it isn't 100% “all color”. The car stunts (being that Firestone Tires helped fund it for advertising purposes) are still shot in black & white. With product like this, it is no wonder why Wilding was sometimes labeled the “MGM” of industrial film companies, putting as much production polish as possible in product mostly done in the 16mm format. For a period in the late thirties and early forties, the company had a working relationship with the Hal Roach studio in Culver City and occasionally used David O' Selznick's facilities nearby as well. As a result, Wilding gained access to Hollywood's talent pool both behind and in front of the cameras. By the spring of 1959, the Wilding name had expanded to multi-media projects for trade shows and amusement parks, requiring a change name to Wilding Incorporated. Yet sometimes the bigger you get, the more vulnerable you get. Wilding enjoyed a spectacular reign as top dog of the industrial film business, but its decline was very sharp and dramatic, even more so than major studios like MGM itself. Bell & Howell's take-over and immediate downsizing was partly to blame, but there was also a changing economy that impacted all companies in this particular market by the early 1970s. Norman E. Wilding (born September 4, 1891 in Kansas City, Missouri) started as a salesman who got into the still photography business by 1914, dabbling in motion pictures soon after. As already suggested, his career resembled Jam Handy's in many respects. Both were making military films during World War I and both settled in Detroit even though Wilding would do much of his expansion later in Chicago. Both worked for the major automobile manufacturers but were very particular about with whom: Handy handled much of General Motors, while Wilding took on Ford and Chrysler with an occasional film for GM's Oldsmobile or Buick. Handy did handle Ford's truck division but left their cars exclusive to Wilding. It was an interesting arrangement that prevented the two from out-competing the other. Wilding Picture Productions officially incorporated in 1927, making the successful transition to sound three years with the aid of Electrical Research Products Inc. (later Encyclopædia Britannica Films) and successfully combining sound with the then still experimental 16mm format. Unfortunately only a handful of the early Wilding films ever got discussed in the periodicals of the times and are even harder to find for viewing today, but it appears that E.R.P.I. had assisted on 26 titles made by January 1936 (according to Investigation of the Telephone Industry, published by the F.C.C. in 1939). More Power To You (1931) was the company's first feature, but Wheels Across Africa, covering Armand Denis and Leila Roosevelt's 1935-36 expedition, was the most successful of their early features even though it was not widely distributed until 1940. In October 1935, Wilding took over the former Essanay studio in Chicago, where Charlie Chaplin once worked. Detroit took a back burner in film production, especially with Hollywood becoming a second locale by 1937 thanks to Hal Roach supplying his facilities in Culver City. Sadly there were also some personal losses during this period of rapid expansion: three key employees Miss Wilma Shusler, Ralph Biddy and Howard Adams died suddenly in an airplane accident while making a film on September 20th, 1937, followed by the death (heart attack) of vice president Robert L. Miller on the following February 5th. Among the prominent productions of the late thirties and early forties were Start The Music, a mini-musical featuring Edgar Kennedy (who also briefly worked for Jam Handy, as mentioned above), Army On Wheels (promoting Dodge military vehicles in training) and a few California productions featuring a young Alan Ladd, such as Meat And Romance with Carol Hughes and Unfinished Rainbows, an early Technicolor role predating his more famous “cameo” as a storyboard artist working for Walt Disney in The Reluctant Dragon. Delightfully kitsch were the “see America in your Greyhound bus” offerings: They Discovered America was filmed in economical Cosmocolor but the later follow-ups featured full Technicolor travelogue material as both 35mm and 16mm versions. At the 1939 New York World's Fair, there were two rather fascinating projects of interest: one was an audience participation program in Technicolor called Around The Clock With The Clues and the other an early attempt at “Circularama” involving eight movie projectors and screens that circled its audience much like the first “Magic Carpet” show at Disneyland sixteen years later. The war years saw Wilding, like others in his field, swamped with military instructional films, and this didn't subside after 1945. The U.S. Navy was still being well stocked with training films through the sixties. Expansion continued with newer clients added to the already established Chrysler, Ford and the three biggest tire companies; among these were Edison General Electric, International Harvester, National Cash Register, Kraft Foods, Standard Oil Co. of Indiana and Zenith Television. Television commercials obviously became another industry to tap into, although Wilding was a trifle slower to jump into that arena than Handy. Norman E. Wilding retired shortly after the war, but left his company in good hands so that his passing in June of 1947 did not impede progress with C.H. Bradfield Jr. continuing as president. Regardless of any soft sales pitch involved, the Wilding films were always glossy in their production values. Modern Talking Pictures increased their exposure with additional bookings in mainstream theaters, sometimes in the 35mm format. Among the better known post-war titles were Miracle In Paradise Valley (docu-drama featurette sponsored by Sinclair), Song Of The Pioneer (a color historical shown at the Chicago Railroad Fair), Paradise For Buster (featuring Buster Keaton), Colorado Holiday (co-produced in 35mm CinemaScope with 20th Century Fox), 1104 Sutton Road, Strange Cargo (featuring impressive scuba diving shots), The Lively Ones and a then critically acclaimed but now sadly forgotten 1966 documentary covering foster care, Child Of Darkness, Child Of Light. While less prolific than Jam Handy in the production of animated cartoons, there were quite a few of those spread over the years, including Big Tim (outsourced to UPA just before they started the Mr. Magoo series in 1949) and the delightful safety “Safeteam Series” of 1962. The company did manage to break through one barrier that rival Handy could not. In early 1964, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences gave To Live Again an Oscar nomination in the Documentary Short Subject category, although the coveted statuette was passed over in favor of a glossier French import profiling artist Marc Chagall. This heart-felt human interest reel covered the treatment of Parkinson's disease on behalf of St. Barnabas Hospital and was directed by Mel London, a seasoned professional who handled several notable travelogues of the period such as another Wilding production picked up by Paramount for wider distribution called Waters Of Bangkok. Wilding Picture Productions probably reached its peak in 1958 when production exceeded a hundred titles and was now operating with offices in Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco with international distribution spots as well. The change in name to Wilding Incorporated was long over due since the company was not just a motion picture company by this stage. Adding much to its reputation were elaborate visual exhibits at the New York World's Fair of '64-65 and HemisFair '68, along with multi-media stage shows unveiling the newest Ford cars rolling off the assembly line and the latest Harvester machines, each of these getting bigger with each passing year. H. Williams Hanmer, a veteran with the company since 1934, succeeded Bradfield as president in charge by 1959, with Robert C. Ausbeck, Carl J. Nelson, Dan Gallagher and others gradually moving up the ranks in succeeding years. In July 1967, two decades after the founder's death, Bell & Howell (which promoted its cameras in a couple Wilding films over the past decades) took over in a move that some believe was a “tax write off”. The company was pretty big at this time, but the new owners saw little reason to continue expansion with the market for business media, sales films and 16mm filmstrips being vulnerable in a changing economy. There was one more ambitious attempt to go mainstream with a sci fi feature film for theaters: The Monitors was co-produced with Second City Productions and featured Alan Arkin, Keenan Wynn and other familiar stars. Yet its failure in 1969 hurt Wilding Inc. at a time when it was vulnerable. In a situation mirroring rival Handy's fortunes, there was a dramatic downsizing of production in the few short years that followed. 1972 would probably be the last year in which full fledged films with the Wilding logo would be released. With a few joint venture exceptions, most of what the company specialized during the next decade involved other media pursuits that didn't get much press attention. Miraculously Wilding, Inc. still remained open for operation as late as January 1981, just a few years before Handy closed shop. Like its biggest competitor, it had shrunk to a mere shell of its former self with only a few key employees. Sadly, its film library has received even less tender care than Handy's. Yet films are still being rediscovered... and recovered. The following filmography does not cover it all; the most noticeable gaps are the earliest films and anything post 1972. Yet it should give those motivated a starting point to expand all of our knowledge of this once fascinating multi-media company. First up, a short list of the features (over 45 minutes): More Power To You (Dodge Division of the Chrysler Corp. & Educational Talking Pictures) / bw-50?m / December 1931 Star In My Kitchen (Pictorial Cooking School) / bw-50?m / August 20, 1938 (Business Screen review) Wheels Across Africa (Dodge Division of the Chrysler Corp.) / bw-50m / August 12, 1940 (Film Daily mentions wide-release) Documents Armand Denis and Leila Roosevelt's 1935-36 expedition / video: https://archive.org/details/WheelsAc1936 https://archive.org/details/WheelsAc1936_2 https://archive.org/details/WheelsAc1936_3 https://archive.org/details/WheelsAc1936_4 Heritage For Victory (Western Electric Co.) / bw-70m (also a shorter 20m version) / September 19, 1944 / video: https://archive.org/details/HeritageForV https://archive.org/details/HeritageForV_2 Big Timber (Lindsley Parsons/Monogram) / bw-73m / September 10, 1950 Western featuring Roddy McDowell & Jeff Donnell The Big Idea (Swift & Co.) / bw-55m / March 15, 1951 / video: https://archive.org/details/big-idea-1951 Miss Hattie (John Deere & Co.) / Eastmancolor-52m / July 29, 1954 Tim's Choice (John Deere & Co.) / Eastmancolor-60m / August 1955 Ace Ranchero (John Deere & Co.) / Eastmancolor-60m / December 1957 Unicom (National Lumber Manufacturers Association) / Eastmancolor-55m / October 25, 1962 The Monitors (Second City Productions) / color-92m / October 8, 1969 A special note about the running times of these films: Anything listed as “1 reel” is a rough estimate. I am GUESSING that they are under 11 minutes in length, while the 2 reelers are roughly 20 minutes or more. However further discoveries may suggest some are longer and I will be correcting this list periodically. Rather interesting is the fact that the company favored copyrighting its scripts more often than its actual films. I have indicated dates available for each, but keep in mind that a script could either be registered at the same time a movie is released to the public or at the start of filming. Regardless, it is one way to “date” a film that is rarely dated online or in vintage periodicals. Additional further reading: https://chicagology.com/silentmovies/wildingpicture/
  16. W.C. Fields, Rowdy King Of Comedy (Saturday Evening Post) / bw- 1 reel / April 12, 1949 (completed) Waiting (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 4 reels / © April 25, 1946 Walls Of Steel (U.S. Steel Corp.) / color (16mm)-15m / © June 12, 1957 War Task Assignment (Weirton Steel Co.) / bw- 1 reel / August 17, 1945 (completed) Warm 'N' Thaw Oven (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / color (16mm)-8m / © September 18, 1968 Wash Clothes Hospital Clean (Super Suds) / bw- 1 reel / May 14, 1937 (completed) Washer & Dryer (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw-2m / © April 16, 1954 The Washer With Two Agitators (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / © October 6, 1969 Washer-Dryer (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-13m / October 6, 1955 Washing Action Comparison (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / color (16mm)-7m / © October 9, 1967 Watch Your Step (Cellophane Division, E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Co- Albert Kelley) / bw- 1 reel / © February 25, 1939 Water Boy (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- Frank Goldman [?]; animation: Rockwell Barnes; m: Samuel Benavie; narrator: Lowell Thomas) / bw-12m / August 2, 1936 Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/0799_Water_Boy_08_01_01_00 Water Levels Through Soil Boring (City of Detroit) / color (16mm)-10m / December 5, 1958 (completed) Waters Of The Commonwealth (Pennsylvania Sanitary Water Board) / color (16mm)-21m / October 23, 1950 (completed) Waves Of Green (Dearborn Motors Corp.) / color-38m / January 14, 1950 / video: https://archive.org/details/0546_Waves_of_Green_07_21_43_20 The Way It Is With Man Made Fibers (E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / color (16mm)-26m / © October 6, 1969 The Way Of The Ladder (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw (16mm)-10m / © April 26, 1965 The Way You Want It (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-8m30s / July 12, 1950 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0549_Way_You_Want_It_The_15_44_50_26 Wayne County General Hospital (Pfeiffer Brewing Co.) / color (16mm)-24m / April 6, 1953 (completed) Ways Of The Warhawk (Curtiss Wright) / bw- 1 reel / August 18, 1943 (completed) We Drivers (General Motors Corp.) part c-10m30s / © June 20, 1936 Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/1956_We_Drivers_1935_edition_M00130_01_31_48_20 We Drivers (General Motors Corp.) / color-14m30s / © September 19, 1951 We Drivers (General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-13m / © February 27, 1962 We Work For Victory And We Plan for Peace (Allis Chalmers Co.) / bw- 1 reel / March 18, 1942 (completed) We're On Our Way (Eastman Kodak & Coca-Cola Corp.) / color (16mm)-26m / © October 16, 1967 Weapon Of Attack (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / September 21, 1943 (completed) Weather And Radar A Team For Action (U. S. Office of Scientific Research & Development) / bw-25m / December 27, 1945 (completed) Weidemann Beer TV Commercials (Weidemann's Beer) / bw-7 shorts (under 1m each) / May 18, 1951 (completed) Titles: Cop Duck Hunter Inn Keeper Loading Truck Riveter Shooting Gallery Sign Steam Shovel Weight Reduction Through Diet (National Dairy Council & Michigan State College) / color (16mm)-16m / © November 8, 1951 The Well Mannered Lock (E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / color (16mm)-22m / © July 20, 1964 Westinghouse Sliding Window: Touch It And It Turns To Gold (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / color (16mm)-10m11s / December 1965 / video: https://archive.org/details/0536_Westinghouse_Travelers_Choice_66_18_41_06_00 Westinghouse Traveler's Choice 66 Trip Program (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / color (16mm)-4m38s / December 1965 / video: https://archive.org/details/0536_Westinghouse_Travelers_Choice_66_18_51_40_25 Westinghouse Vs. Sears, A Value Comparison (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / color (16mm)-12m / © January 12, 1966 What A Dealer Expects From A Sales Manager (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-17m / © March 19, 1962 What A Wonderful World It Would Be (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-22m24s / © April 26, 1965 / video: https://archive.org/details/0776_What_a_Wonderful_World_It_Would_Be_03_01_05_01 What About The '61 Chevys? (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-24m / October 1960 (© April 12 , 1961) What Catholics Believe About Actual Grace (National Council of Catholic Men) / bw-28m / April 15, 1955 What Catholics Believe About Divine Worship (National Council of Catholic Men) / bw-28m / April 15, 1955 What Catholics Believe About God (National Council of Catholic Men) / bw-28m / March 31, 1955 What Catholics Believe About Law (National Council of Catholic Men) / bw-28m / April 3, 1955 What Catholics Believe About Moral Life And Christ (National Council of Catholic Men) / bw-28m / March 31, 1955 What Catholics Believe About Religion (National Council of Catholic Men) / bw-28m / March 31, 1955 What Catholics Believe About Religious Life (National Council of Catholic Men) / bw-28m / April 18, 1955 What Catholics Believe About Sacraments (National Council of Catholic Men) / bw-28m / April 18, 1955 What Catholics Believe About Sanctifying Grace (National Council of Catholic Men) / bw-28m / April 11, 1955 What Catholics Believe About The Bible (National Council of Catholic Men) / bw-28m / April 15, 1955 What Catholics Believe About The Church And State (National Council of Catholic Men) / bw-28m / April 8, 1955 What Catholics Believe About The Family (National Council of Catholic Men) / bw-28m / April 18, 1955 What Is Public Relations? (General Motors Sales Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / February 1, 1938 (completed) What Makes A Fine Watch Fine? (Hamilton Watch Co.) / bw-20m42s / © May 16, 1947 / video: https://archive.org/details/WhatMake1947 What Makes It Cold (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw-23m / January 5, 1950 (completed) What Mr. Bell Had In Mind (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m57s / © February 18, 1954 / video: https://archive.org/details/0736_What_Mr_Bell_Had_in_Mind_M02880_01_50_12_00 What Salesmen Expect From A Sales Manager (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-22m / © March 27, 1963 What Shall I Give? (Department of Promotion, Episocopal Diocese of Michigan) / bw-9m / October 23, 1950 (completed) What Shall I Wear? (Household Finance Corp.) / bw- 2 reels / © March 20, 1941 What Stops Them? (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-6m21s / 1935 / video: https://archive.org/details/0797_What_Stops_Them_M6850_06_27_31_00 What To Do Before Taking Off (U.S. Navy, Naval Air Operational Training Command) / bw- 1 reel / © July 5, 1943 What's It To You? (E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / color (16mm)-24m / January 28, 1955 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0538_Whats_It_to_You What's New? (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-8m / October 2, 1957 (completed) What's The Difference? (General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / © February 8, 1965 When You Know (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-8m32s / April 14, 1936 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/WhenYouK1936 Where The Eagle Flies (Richfield Oil Corp.) / bw- 2 reels / © March 23, 1947 Which Way To Color? (Radio Corp. of America) / color (16mm)-1 reel / December 1960 White Magic (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-7m35s / May 9, 1940 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/WhiteMag1940 Who Cares? The People Who Make Appliances Care (Whirlpool Corp.) / color-38m / © May 15, 1970 Who Is Driving? (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-30m / © March 15, 1965 The Whole Town's Talking (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / March 5, 1935 (completed) The Whole Way (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-20m / August 21, 1941 (completed, © April 20, 1946) Why Doesn't Somebody Sell Me (CocaCola Co.) / bw- 3 reels / February 29, 1952 (completed) Why Radio Works (National Association of Broadcasters) / bw- 3 reels / © March 18, 1944 Why Sales Managers Go Nuts (Dartnell Corp.) / bw-10m / October 31, 1958 (completed) Wide, New Wonderful World (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / color (16mm)-1 reel / December 1960 Wide World Music Hall Announcement (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / color (16mm)-30m / 1962 / video: https://archive.org/details/0592_Wide_World_Music_Hall_Announcement_19_17_17_00 Wife Makes Minutes Count (Curtiss Wright) / bw-1m / May 3, 1944 (completed) Beaver County, PA plant / video: https://archive.org/details/CurtissW1944 Wildroot Cream Oil Animal TV Commercials (Wildroot Cream Oil) / bw series (1m each) / September 20, 1949 (completed) Titles: Bear Dog Hippopotamus Ostrich Wildroot Cream Oil TV Commercial (Wildroot Cream Oil) / bw-1m / July 25, 1949 (completed) The Will Of Augusta Nash (Dept. Of Stewardship & Benevolence, Council Of Churches) / bw-35m / © June 7, 1961 Wilsey- Diving Bombing Action (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / July 9, 1943 (completed) Wilsey- Group A, B, C, D (U.S. Navy & U.S. Army) / bw- 1 reel / April 16, 1943 (completed) The Wind And The Target (U.S. Navy) / bw- 2 reels / April 2, 1943 (completed) Shown in two parts Wings Of Roger Windsock (US Air Force- Gene Dietch & Rudy Zamora) / bw-14m46 / January 22, 1952 (completed) Animated cartoon / video: https://archive.org/details/wings_of_roger_windsock The Winners (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-16m / © September 19, 1968 Winter Comes To Michigan (Michigan State Highway Dept.) / bw- 1 reel / April 26, 1939 (completed) A Wise Choice (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / December 3, 1941 (completed) With Care (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / February 18, 1938 (completed) The Woman Worker (Department Of Labor, Women's Bureau) / bw & silent- 1 reel / 1925 Women's Association Of The Detroit Symphony Orchestra / bw- 1 reel / © October 10, 1955 Won By Her Hair (Drene) / bw- 1 reel / June 2, 1937 (completed) The Wonder Mineral (Universal Zonolite Insulation Co.) / bw-15m / © May 10, 1948 The Wonder Of Water (American Waterways Operators) / color (16mm)-27m / © January 12, 1967 Wonderful Life (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-1m / © January 1, 1961 Wonderful World (CocaCola Co.) / Eastmancolor-43m20s / © April 21, 1959 / video: https://archive.org/details/0731_Wonderful_World_19_01_23_00 Wonderful World Of Color (RCA Victor) / Eastmancolor-24m / June 4, 1959 (completed) The Wonderful World Of Nylon (E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / color (16mm)-15m / © July 29, 1964 Wonderful World Of Wash 'N' Wear (RCA Whirlpool Corp.) / color (16mm)-22m30s / April 11, 1958 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/Wonderfu1958 Wondrous Words (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-8m / © February 18, 1965 Woodworking: Power Tools (Joel Fried Audiovisuals, Inc.) / color-5 shorts / 1980 Titles: The Circular Saw The Electric Hand Drill The Router, Parts 1 & 2 The Saber Saw A Word To The Wise (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-2m / © April 26, 1965 Work Of Art (Dearborn Motors Corp.) / bw-16m / September 22, 1949 (completed) Work Safely With Refreshment On The Job (CocaCola Co.) / color (16mm)-9m / © October 5, 1953 The Working Of Magnesium (Dow Chemical Co.) / bw- 1 reel / April 19, 1943 (completed) Reissued May 4, 1947 (This Is Magnesium) & Apr 16, 1951 Working On Air (General Motors Public Relations- narrator: Bud Mitchell) / bw- 1 reel / August 18, 1944 (completed) The World At Your Call (American Telephone & Telegraph Co.) / color (16mm)-9m29s / November 14, 1950 (completed) Revised September 27, 1951 / video: https://archive.org/details/2190_World_at_Your_Call_The_00_00_46_00 The World Is Yours (Chicago Motor Club) / bw-1m / May 6, 1949 (completed) The World Of Silence (Evangelical Lutheran Institute for the Deaf) / bw- 1 reel / June 11, 1947 (completed) World's Fair Luncheon: Watson's Speech (International Business Machine) / bw- 1 reel / February 6, 1940 (completed) World's First Electric Watch (Hamilton Watch Co.) / bw-5m / December 31, 1956 (completed) Worry Wart, Part 1 (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-2m / © April 26, 1965 Wreckless (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- William A. Shilling; cast: Martin Griffith, Patricia Morison, Robert T. Haines, John Dwyer & Thomas Ross) / bw-9m38s / 1935 / video: https://archive.org/details/0691_Wreckless_02_33_50_00 Writing Your Own Ticket (International Harvester- J. Cullen Landis & James Smith) / bw- 1 reel / November 30, 1938 (completed) Wrong Way- Right Way (General Motors Corp.) / bw-6 shorts (5m, others 1-2m each) / January 16, 1959 (completed) Titles: Answer Please Bird Dogs Creating Buyers Personal Order File Qualify Promptly Wrong Way- Right Way X Marks the Spot (State of New Jersey- Warren Murray) / bw-21m25s / May 10, 1944 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0330_X_Marks_the_Spot_M01367_08_00_59_00 Xerox 2400: What's The Difference? (Xerox Corp.) / color (16mm)-14m / © January 12, 1966 / video: https://archive.org/details/0761_Xerox_2400_Whats_the_Difference_04_59_59_00 A Year Of Progress (Dearborn Motors Corp.) / bw-29m / October 26, 1948 (completed; © May 18, 1950) Yeggs Aren't Safe / bw- 1 reel / October 17, 1936 (completed) You Are A Retailer (Sinclair Refining Co.) / color (16mm)-18m / © April 8, 1963 You Are A Team (Sinclair Refining Co.) / color (16mm)-17m / © May 14, 1964 You Are Important (Sinclair Refining Co.) / color (16mm)-13m / © May 8, 1964 You Are The Man (Trane Co.) / bw-17m30s / July 27, 1949 (completed) You Are There (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-8m / © April 16, 1959 You Be The Doctor (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-18m28s / © January 12, 1966 / video: https://archive.org/details/0761_You_Be_the_Doctor_Chevrolet_Conference_05_27_08_00 You Bet Your Life (General Tire & Rubber Co.) / color (16mm)-8m / © May 18, 1967 You Can Bank On It! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / © October 4, 1941 You Have Everything (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-10m / October 31, 1950 (completed) You Have The Key (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-21m / © February 18, 1965 You Have What It Takes (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-26m / July 31, 1953 (completed) You're Ahead, Mr. X (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 2 reels / November 27, 1951 (completed) You're Going Somewhere (Aluminum Cooking Utensil Co.) / bw-15m30s / August 16, 1949 (completed) Young Man's Fancy (Edison Electric Institute- Donald H. Brown; writer: Frank Murray; cast: Bonnie Baken, Jean Hayworth, Robert Casey, Hazen Gifford & others) / color (16mm)-29m20s / © April 2, 1952 / video: https://archive.org/details/0179_Young_Mans_Fancy_22_01_18_00 Your Big Little Customer (Libby, McNeil & Libby) / bw- 1 reel / January 8, 1938 (completed) Your Career In Law Enforcement (Detroit Police Dept.) / bw 2 reels / March 27, 1954 (completed) Your Favorite Star (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-2m / © April 25, 1952 Your Profit Zone (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 20, 1935 (completed) Your Silent Guardian (E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / Eastmancolor-9m / © April 16, 1959 Your Tomorrow In The Making Today (Hamilton Watch Co.) / bw-15m / May 15, 1946 (completed) Your Town U.S.A. (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / July 2, 1948 (completed) Yours, With Confidence (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m / May 16, 1949 (completed) Ze Pel Fabric Fluoridizer (E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / color (16mm)- 1 reel-© May 8, 1964 Zenith TV Commercials (Zenith Radio Corp.) / bw series (under 1m each) / April 1951 Zonolite Co. TV Commercials (Zonolite Co.) / bw-3 shorts (under 1m each) / August 2, 1951 (completed)
  17. Strafing Attacks (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / March 19, 1952 (completed) Straight Shooters (Gardner Advertising, Ralston-Purina) / bw- 1 reel / December 29, 1944 (completed) Straight Thinking (Walter Cenerazzo) / bw-32m / May 19, 1949 (completed) Stranger In The House (Presbyterian Church) / bw-43m / April 9, 1954 (completed) Revised for Methodist Church (30m version) June 1, 1956 Strategy For Profit (GMC Truck & Coach Division) / Eastmancolor-23m / February 2, 1955 (completed) Strategy in The Pacific (Wright Aeronautical Corp.- narrator: Lowell Thomas) / bw-5m / October 10, 1944 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/CurtissW1944 Strauchen & McKim TV Commercials (Weidemann's Beer) / bw series / December 2, 1949 (completed) Strauchen & McKim TV Commercials (2nd series) (Weidemann's Beer) / bw series / September 28, 1950 (completed) Streamlined Tenderfoot (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- narrator: J. Michael) / bw- 1 reel / © March 4, 1940 Streamlines (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- Rockwell Barnes) / bw-6m54s / April 14, 1936 (completed) Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/0142_Streamlines_M7960_09_08_44_00 Striking Force- Preventive Measures (U.S. Navy) / bw-15m / March 6, 1957 (completed) Stroch Brewery / bw-1m / October 31, 1950 (completed) Sturdi-Bilt S-R Installation At General Electric Appliance Park- Louisville, Kentucky (Unarco Industries) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / © October 6, 1969 Style Stars (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-2m / © April 18, 1951 Styled For Beauty (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-1m / February 1, 1941 Styrofoam (Dow Chemical Co.) / bw-17m / © October 8, 1952 The Subject Is Growth! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-13m / © January 16, 1967 Success Story (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-14m / © March 2, 1962 Sucking Wounds Of The Chest (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-14m30s / November 9, 1953 (completed) Suggestions For Fighter Pilots (U.S. Navy, Bureau of Aeronautics) / bw- 1 reel / April 2, 1942 (completed) Sun To Sun (Duquesne Light Co.) / bw- 1 reel / © April 13, 1939 Sun, Sand And Survival (U.S. Air Force) / color (16mm)-22m / January 21, 1955 (completed) Super Deluxe Line (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-21m / October 5, 1956 Supermarket Rallies (CocaCola Co.) / color (16mm)-1 reel / December 1966 Surface Condenser: The Magic Of Steam No. 2 (Allis Chalmers Co.) / bw- 2 reels / © November 29, 1943 Suspension Bridges (U.S. Steel Corp.) / color (16mm)-28m / July 18, 1955 (completed) Swamie Vision (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / October 5, 1937 (completed) Swift Premium Ham (Swift & Co.) / bw- 1 reel / February 25, 1941 (completed) Swimming Through Burning Oil And Swimming Through Surf (U.S. Coast Guard) / bw- 1 reel / December 11, 1942 (completed) The Swing To Sports (Remington Arms Co. & Peters Cartridge Division) / bw-16m27s / December 13, 1945 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/1700TheSwingtoSports Swoosh (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-18m / September 26, 1955 (completed) Synchro-Mesh Transmission (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 3 reels / March 6, 1943 (completed) T-34: Acrobatics (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / March 22, 1957 (completed) T2J-1 Buckeye- Aircraft Systems (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-13m41s / March 29, 1960 (completed) T2J-1 Buckeye- Carrier Procedures (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-10m10s / March 15, 1960 (completed) T2J-1 Buckeye- Emergency Procedures (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-9m51s / March 29, 1960 (completed) T2J-1 Buckeye- Landing (Field Carrier Procedures) (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-11m43s / March 15, 1960 (completed) T2J-1 Buckeye- Operating Procedures (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-21m31s / March 29, 1960 (completed) Table Service (Bird Logan Productions) / color-25m / 1980 Table Setting, Sidework And Bussing (Bird Logan Productions) / color-26m / 1980 Tackling The Trade-in (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-12m / February 13, 1950 (completed) Tailored For Weldability (Armco Steel Corp.) / color (16mm)-18m / © May 12, 1967 Take A Look Around (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © February 3, 1941 Take It Easy (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- Rockwell Barnes) / bw-8m19s / October 7, 1936 (completed) Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/0762_Take_It_Easy_04_36_51_00 Take It For Granted (New England Electric System) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / © March 3, 1947 Take It Off (United Motors Service, General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-17m30s / April 6, 1953 (completed) Take The Load off Your Mind (Allison Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-10m / September 10, 1955 (completed) Take Your Choice (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-1m / © March 17, 1962 Take Your Choice (Detroit Society for the Prevention of Blindness) / color (16mm)-13m / © April 30, 1964 Taking First Place (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / October 24, 1935 (completed) Taking The Air (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-8m17s / © March 28, 1941 / video: https://archive.org/details/0792_Taking_the_Air_M00958_03_09_36_00 Taking The Butt Out Of Rebuttal (Dartnell Corp.) / color (16mm)-31m / © April 24, 1967 Talk Of The Town (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-6 shorts (2m each) / © March 12, 1954 Talk Of The Town (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / January 30, 1951 (completed) Talos Flight 440 (Bendix Aircraft) / color (16mm)-27m / October 5, 1956 (completed) Tape At A Touch (RCA Victor) / bw-10m / © April 22, 1959 Target Destination System (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / July 26, 1954 (completed) Tarpon Fishing (Orchard Industries & Harter Corp.) / color (16mm)-15m / November 9, 1950 (completed) Team Up To Beat Axis (Curtiss Wright) / bw-1m / May 3, 1944 (completed) Filmed at Beaver County, Pennsylvania / video: https://archive.org/details/CurtissW1944 Teamwork (Bundy Tubing Co.) / bw- 2 reels / February 16, 1942 (completed) Teamwork (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw-33m / © March 25, 1948 Teamwork In Transit (Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Co.) / bw-20m30s / © April 13, 1953 Technique For Life (Pure Pak Divison of Ex-Cell-O Corp.) / color (16mm)-14m / © February 27, 1963 The Techniques Of Dissection / color (16mm)-5 shorts (1R each) / © May 18, 1967 Ted, His Mike And You (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © March 24, 1947 Tedlar, The Finish We Can't Wear Out (E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / color (16mm)-11m / © May 8, 1964 Teletherapy Brachytherapy (Atomic Energy Commission) / color (16mm)-17m / June 3, 1958 (completed) Tell It With Television (American Central Manufacturing Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / March 6, 1945 (completed) Temporary Contract Service (Kelly Girl Service, Inc.) / color (16mm)-1 reel / December 1965 Ten Million Line Feature Facts (RCA Victor, Television Division) / Eastmancolor-10m / May 23, 1958 (completed) The Ternstedt Years (Ternstedt Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-26m / © May 18, 1967 Test For The Best! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-2m / © April 9 , 1963 Test Tube Tale (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- narrator: Vincent Pelletier) / bw-9m26s / © March 20, 1941 / video: https://archive.org/details/TestTube1941 Texas Rangers (Eyes Of Texas) (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © March 21, 1936 Revised August 17, 1937 That's My Junior! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-13m / November 21, 1955 (completed) That's What They Say (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-18m / © December 23, 1957 Therapy Influencing The Autonomic Nervous System (G.D. Searle & Co.) / color (16mm)-17m10s / October 20, 1952 (completed) Revised June 10, 1953 / video: https://archive.org/details/0055-0000-7666-0000-0-0000-0000-0 There Is A Difference (Parke, Davis & Co.) / color (16mm)-6m / © June 8, 1967 These Are My People (Columbia Gas System) / color (16mm)-28m26s / © March 27, 1959 / video: https://archive.org/details/0663_These_Are_My_People_12_01_00_00 These Are The People (Kimberly-Clark Corp.) / bw-15m24s / July 31, 1944 (completed) Revised November 14, 1945 / video: https://archive.org/details/TheseAre1944 These People (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.- narrator: Vincent Pelletier) / bw-15m8s / August 16, 1944 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/ThesePeo1944 They Also Serve (American Medical Association) / bw-15m / June 7, 1949 (completed) They Didn't Know (W.F. & John Barnes Co.) / bw- 1 reel / October 4, 1944 (completed) They Find Their Home (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / January 25, 1941 (completed) Things Are Happening (Parke, Davis & Co.) / color (16mm)-4m / © March 5, 1967 The Things People Want (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-19m36s / © March 25, 1948 The Things People Want (New Version) (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-21m / March 11, 1958 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/ThingsPe1948 A Third Dimension (Xerox Corp.) / color (16mm)-10m / February 18, 1965 The Third Link (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 1 reel / June 4, 1938 (completed) Third Semi-Annual Report (Radioplane Co.) / color (16mm)-18m / May 31, 1956 (completed) This Changing World (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 17, 1940 (completed) This Is Koehring (Koehring Co.) / color (16mm)-18m / September 23, 1957 (completed) This Is New England (New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad) / bw- 1 reel / © February 24, 1941 This Is Ternstedt (Ternstedt Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-24m / © April 7, 1965 This Is Your Life (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m / © November 20, 1959 This Is Your Police Department (Guardian Of The City) (Detroit Police Dept.) / bw-25m / December 14, 1950 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0068ThisIsYourPoliceDepartment This Nation's Power (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © October 10, 1940 This Thing Called Salesmanship (Mullins Manufacturing Co.) / bw-34m / July 16, 1953 (completed) This Year's Delco Battery Picture (United Motors Division) / color (16mm)-25m / © May 25, 1955 Those Vital First Minutes (E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / color (16mm)-22m / © April 1, 1976 Thought For Food (Kroger Grocery- John A. Freese; cast: Ivan Miller, Claire Devine, Tom Fleming & Virginia Glasgow; announcer: Alvois Havrilla) / bw-9m39s / December 7, 1933 (Film Daily lists completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0539_Thought_for_Food A Thousand Hours (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m19s / April 21, 1936 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0796_One_Thousand_Hours_07_14_56_00 Thread Grinding Fully Automatic (Jones & Lamson Machine Co.) / bw- 2 reels / August 19, 1943 (completed) Threading Time, The Story Of Die Heads And Taps (Geometric Tool Co.) / color- 2 reels / © May 5, 1954 3-D Appraisal Handling (Pontiac Motor Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-11m / June 15, 1954 Three Guys Named Mac (U.S. Marine Corps) / bw-27m / March 19, 1959 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/24994ThreeGuysCalledMac_201804 The Three Minute Hour (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-15m / © May 8, 1964 Three Plane Formations (U.S. Navy, Bureau Of Aeronautics) / bw- 1 reel / September 3, 1942 (completed) Three Smart Daughters (Singer Co.- narrator: Walter O'Keefe) / Technicolor-1m15s / February 28, 1938 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/ThreeSma1940 3 Stage Rocket To Higher Sales In '62 (Pittsburgh Paints) / color- 1 reel / © March 8, 1962 Thrift Drug Co. Shorts (Thrift Drug Co.) / bw-3 shorts / March 13, 1951 (completed) Titles: Cheerful, Bright Store Fine Prescription Department Variety Of Products Thrill Driver's Choice (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- host: Joie Chitwood) / bw-9m23s / 1956 / video: https://archive.org/details/0556_Thrill_Drivers_Choice_17_01_04_00 Thrill Of A Lifetime (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-4m44s / November 4, 1958 (completed) Through Fire And Water (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / April 17, 1936 (completed) Through Man's Imagination (Universal Atlas Cement Division Of U.S. Steel Corp.) / color (16mm)-26m / © October 1, 1962 Thunder By Precision (General Mills Inc.) / bw- 2 reels / May 15, 1945 (completed) Tickets Please (Everything It Takes) (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 28, 1936 (completed) Time For Living (Parke, Davis & Co.) / color (16mm)-27m / © April 14, 1966 Time For Profits (General Motors Acceptance Corp.) / color (16mm)-22m / October 18, 1954 (completed) The Time Of Your Life (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-24m / © April 16, 1957 Time Out (American Tobacco Co.) / bw-3 shorts / September 17, 1948 (completed) Timed For Action (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 3 reels / © February 13, 1947 Timken Roller Bearing / bw- 1 reel / February 10, 1936 (completed) The Tip-off (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / November 29, 1940 (completed) The Tip-Tops In Peppyland (NY State Bureau Of Milk Publicity) / bw-10m39s- 1934 Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/TipTopsi1934 Tips For Teachers (U.S. Navy) / bw- 2 reels / © January 21, 1942 To A New World (J. Walter Thompson Agency) / bw-25m / June 1, 1945 (completed) To Each Other (U.S. Steel Corp.) / bw-10m53s / May 26, 1943 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0568_To_Each_Other_19_49_23_00 To Enrich Mankind (American Society Mechanical Engineers- Wallace Fox; cast: Gregory Morton, Lawrence Bolton, William Morey, Robert E. Lee, Richard Robbins & Bertha Forman) / color (16mm)-22m25s / September 2, 1955 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/ToEnrichMank To Give Your Best (Republic Aviation) / bw- 1 reel / January 12, 1944 (completed) To Market To Market (General Outdoor Advertising Co.) part c (16mm)-20m15s / January 23, 1942 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/ToMarket1942 / video: https://archive.org/details/ToMarket1942_2 To New Horizons (General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-23m / March 13, 1940 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/ToNewHor1940 To Serve The Nation Best (Michigan Seamless Tube Co.) / color (16mm)-22m / © April 16, 1954 To Your Health (Michigan State Medical Society) / bw-10m / July 12, 1949 (completed) The Tobaccoman's Sixth Sense (American Tobacco Co.) / bw-9m30s / December 27, 1949 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0647_Tobaccomans_Sixth_Sense_The_01_01_11_00 Tomorrow And Today In Kitchens (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-18m / © May 25, 1955 Tomorrow's Drivers (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m58s / © April 16, 1954 / video: https://archive.org/details/Tomorrow1954 Tomorrow's Railroading Today Through Automation (Union Switch & Signal Division, Westinghouse Air Brake Co.) / color (16mm)-11m / September 28, 1956 (completed) Top Flight (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / October 7, 1941 (completed) Tops / bw- 1 reel / August 15, 1936 (completed) Torch, Arc And Resistance Welding (Aluminum Co. of America) / bw- 1 reel / December 18, 1945 (completed) Tornado In A Box: The Gas Turbine (Allis Chalmers Co.) / bw- 1 reel / October 27, 1944 (completed) Torpedo Attacks On A Ship (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / September 28, 1943 (completed) Revised (inserted scenes) March 19, 1952: Torpedo Attacks Torque Talk (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m58s / August 25, 1955 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/88624ChevroletModernEnginesSeriesVolume3 Totally Tougher Chevrolet Trucks (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-20m / © February 8, 1971 Touch And Go (Otis Elevator Co.) / color (16mm)-39m / July 2, 1954 (completed) Tough As They Come! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-2m / © April 9, 1963 Tough Friends (General Motors Sales Corp.) / bw-10m36s / © August 20, 1938 Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/ToughFri1938 Tractor Division Screen-Ads (Meldrum & Fewsmith) / Eastmancolor series / January 18, 1954 (completed) Traffic Can Be Tragic For You (Better Traffic Committee of the City of Pittsburgh) / bw- 1 reel / © February 16, 1947 Training Aids: Classroom Utilization (U.S. Navy) / bw-15m / June 29, 1949 (completed) Training Aids: Selection And Planning (U.S. Navy) / bw-15m / June 29, 1949 (completed) A Transfer Concept For Freight Containers (U.S. Steel Corp.) / color (16mm)-9m / © July 29, 1964 Transistors- The Mighty Mites Of Electronics (General Electric Co., Radio Receiver Dept.) / bw-6m / © June 20, 1957 Transportation Unlimited (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / January 13, 1949 (completed) Treasure At Bethany (National Council Of Churches) / bw-32m / © April 27, 1960 Treasure Chest (U.S. Steel Corp.) / color (16mm)-26m57s / April 20, 1956 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/1586TreasureChest Treasure From The Sea (Bureau of Mines) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / September 8, 1950 (completed) Treat Wood Right (Dow Chemical Co.) / color (16mm)- 2 reels / February 29, 1952 (completed) The Trial Of Infection (Eli Lilly & Co.) / color (16mm)-1 reel / December 1966 Trico Products TV Commercials (Trico Products) / bw series (under 1m each) / January 15, 1951 (completed) Trico Products TV Commercials (Spots No 24-25) (Trico Products) / bw-1m shorts / February 5, 1953 (completed) Trico Products TV Commercials (Spots No 26-28) (Trico Products) / bw series / April 23, 1953 (completed) Trico Products TV Commercials (Spots No 30-33) (Trico Products) / bw series / October 23, 1953 (first completed) Trico Spots No 33-43 (Trico Products) / bw-1m shorts / © May 24, 1954 Trico Washer TV Commercials (Trico Products) / bw series (under 1m each) / April 17, 1950 (first film completed) Trico Washer TV Commercials (2nd series) (Trico Products) / bw series (under 1m each) / March 13, 1951 (completed) Trico Wipers TV Commercials (Trico Products) / bw series (under 1m each) / October 31, 1951 (completed) The Trip (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-1m / November 23, 1939 / video: https://archive.org/details/TripThe1939 The Trip Into Town (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-23m / © March 7, 1962 A Trip To Remember (Bowling Preprieters' Assn Of America) / bw-25m / © March 14, 1962 Triumph Of America (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-21m23s / 1933 / video: https://archive.org/details/Triumpho1933 / video: https://archive.org/details/Triumpho1933_2 Troubles Of A Merchant (NCR) / bw & silent- 1 reel / 1928 Truck (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color- 1 reel / © September 15, 1966 Truck Chassis (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-10m / August 29, 1959 (completed) Truck Engine Story (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-6m / September 16, 1957 (completed) Truck Newsreel For 1954 (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-17m / November 2, 1953 The Truck Of My Dreams (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / December 31, 1948 (completed) Truck Performance (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-24m / January 11, 1956 (completed) Trucker's Choice In '56 (GMC Truck & Coach Division) / color (16mm)-34m / January 27, 1956 (completed) Tryptar Case Reports Of Moline Lye Burn And Chicago Amputee Cases (Armour Laboratories) / bw- 1 reel / May 29, 1951 (completed) Tryptar, Highly Purified Crystal-line Trypsin-Selective Physiological Debridgement (Armour Laboratories) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / © November 21, 1951 Turbo Thrust V8 Engine (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) Eastmancolor-7m / © December 23, 1957 Turboglide (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-6m / August 31, 1956 (completed) . Revised March 25, 1957 Turnabout Man (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-7m / July 1936 / video: https://archive.org/details/Turnabou1936 The Turned On Men (Sinclair Refining Co.) / color (16mm)-9m / © March 13, 1967 Turning Work Of Two Diameters (U.S. Office of Education) / bw- 1 reel / July 2, 1941 (completed) Turret Top (General Screen Advertising Playlets) / bw- 1 reel / August 10, 1936 (completed) TV Talking Points (Zenith) / bw-24m30s / June 28, 1950 (completed) Twenty Fighting Men (Ralston Purina Co.) / bw- 1 reel / © July 8, 1943 The Twenty-six Old Characters (W.A. Sheaffer Pen Co.) / bw-21m48s / © February 13, 1947 / video: https://archive.org/details/0101_Twenty-Six_Old_Characters_The_M01622_13_00_43_00 Twin Anti-Aircraft- 40mm (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / August 21, 1947 (completed) Two For Tea (Norge) / Technicolor- 1 reel / February 10, 1937 (completed) Two Guys Named Eddie (Sinclair Refining Co.) / color (16mm)-26m / © April 26, 1965 Two Guys Named Joe (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw-30m30s / January 30, 1951 (completed) Two Pay Days (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw & silent-40m / 1927 / video: https://archive.org/details/TwoPayDa1927 / video: https://archive.org/details/TwoPayDa1927_2 / video: https://archive.org/details/0237_Two_Pay_Days_Part_II_08_31_59_00 Two's A Couple (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Cinecolor-1m / August 27, 1940 (completed) U.F.O., Unrestrained Flying Objects (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-14m / © April 22, 1968 The U.S. Navy 20mm Anti-Arcraft Machine Gun (U.S. Navy) / bw- 2 reels / June 20, 1947 (completed) Segments released later? Operation / Partial Stripping And Assembly U.S. Royal Safety 800 (U.S. Rubber Co.) / bw-11m / © March 14, 1962 U.S. Rubber (U.S. Rubber Co.) / bw-4 shorts / April 20, 1938 (completed) Titles: Driving Safety Skid Control Split Second Selling Stop Or Skid U.S. Steel Prologue (U.S. Steel Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / October 12, 1942 (completed) Ultramatic TV Commercials (Packard Motor Car Co. of Studebaker Corp.) / bw-6 shorts (under 1m each) / March 27, 1950 (completed) Uncle Jim's Dairy Farm (National Dairy Council) / color (16mm)-12m / © February 27, 1963 / video: https://archive.org/details/UncleJim1963 Uncle Sam's Long Arm (Wright Aeronautical Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / October 10, 1944 (completed) Uncrating And Assembly Of The P-47 Thunderbolt Airplane (Republic Aircraft Corp.) / bw- 40m / January 20, 1943 (completed) / video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2D3k0sJ8HM Under Car Inspection Pays Off (TRW Replacement Division) / color (16mm)-12m / © March 10, 1977 Under Control (Michigan Liquor Control) / bw-12m / June 23, 1955 (completed) The Underground Story Of Natural Gas (Columbia Gas System Service Corp.) / Eastmancolor-28m / December 12, 1956 (completed) Underseal TV Commercials (Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.) / bw-6 shorts (under 1m each) / May 8 & Jun 18, 1951 (completed) Underseal TV Commercials (2nd series) (Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.) / bw-7 shorts (under 1m each) / August 2, 1951 (completed) Understanding Electronic Ignition Service (Raybar Technical Films) / color-3 shorts (60m total) / 1979 Mostly available as videocasettes Unfinished Business (U.S. Steel Corp.- host. George Hicks) / bw-20m30s / © May 15, 1948 / video: https://archive.org/details/Unfinish1948 Unified Prospecting (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-16m / © September 16, 1968 The Unseen Salesman (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-9m / © April 26, 1965 The Unwritten Story (Norge) / bw- 1 reel / March 18, 1937 (completed) Up And Away (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / © October 4, 1941 Up Frontier (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / July 14, 1959 (completed) Uptown Carton (Faygo Beverage Co.) / bw-30s / © March 27, 1959 The Urge To Buy (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / September 29, 1939 (completed) US! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-11 & 5m (2 films) / © February 27, 1963 Use Of Parachutes (U.S. Navy) / bw- 2 reels / © June 28, 1946 Useful Knots (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / © February 2, 1942 USS Steel Sheets (U.S. Steel Co.) / color (16mm)-30m / © October 15, 1969 V-8 Power (Massey-Ferguson) / color-16m / © December 4, 1969 V.D.- Stopping The Spread (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / July 7, 1952 (completed) The V.I.P.'s (Eli Lilly & Co.) / color (16mm)-21m / © July 5, 1967 Vacuum Control (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © October 26, 1938 Part animation Value Rated Used Car Merchandising (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-28m / © December 11, 1969 Variable Range Target: Dive Bombing Attacks (U.S. Navy) / bw-2 shorts (1 reel each) / October 8, 1947 (completed) Parts 1 & 2 Variable Range Target: Torpedo Attacks (U.S. Navy) / bw-2 shorts (1 reel each) / October 8, 1947 (completed) Parts 1 & 2 Variety Club Trailer (Variety Club) / bw- 1 reel / April 15, 1939 (completed) Variety Club Welcomes Cavanaugh (Variety Club) / color-2m / © March 19, 1962 Velo-pharyngeal Closure (University of Michigan) / bw- 1 reel / August 5, 1948 (completed) The Velvet Glove (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-11m / October 23, 1950 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/78424TheVelvetGlove VF Air To Air Combat (U.S. Navy) / bw-2 shorts (14m/15m) / August 29-31, 1955 (completed) Vickers Subject (W.F. & John Barnes Co.) / bw- 1 reel / June 9, 1942 (completed) Victory Is Our Business (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m44s / © July 18, 1942 Includes footage from: Dayton In The War / video: https://archive.org/details/VictoryI1942 Vignettes For Master Sales (Campbell Soup Co.) / bw-1m / January 19, 1959 (completed) Vikings & Long John Silver TV Commercials (Pfeiffer Brewery Co.) / bw-under 1m shorts / February 11, 1954 (first completed) The Vikings (Pfeiffer Brewing Co.) / bw-2m / © June 7, 1954 Viscount Knife (H.J. Heinz Co.) / bw series / September 10, 1958 (first completed) A Visit With Mr J. C. Penny (J. C. Penny Co.) / bw- 3 reels / © September 8, 1943 Vital Ingredient (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-16m / © July 30, 1964 Voice Of Victory (Hallicrafters Co.) / bw-27m18s / © April 28, 1944 / video: https://archive.org/details/0235_Voice_of_Victory_M01370_06_26_10_20
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Rochester: A City Of Quality (Rochester Gas & Electric) / color (16mm)-27m15s / © July 29, 1964 (completed in 1963) / video: https://archive.org/details/Rochester_A_City_of_Quality Rocket Ammunition (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / August 13, 1945 (completed) The Role Of Gastroscopy In The Diagnosis And Treatment of Gastric Pathology (Harrower Laboratory Inc.) / bw- 1 reel / February 28, 1947 (completed) The Romance Of Leadership (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-28m / © March 25, 1948 Ronson Lighter Commercials (Ronson Lighter) / bw series (1m each) / April 21, 1949 (completed) Titles: Rhodium Penciliter Ronson For Eddings Ronson For Father's Day Ronson For Graduation Ronson For Mother's Day Room Air Conditioner (Duquesne Light Co.) / bw-1m / © February 23, 1954 Room To Grow In (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / © October 4, 1941 Rooting Plants In A Windowsill Greenhouse / color (16mm)-2 parts (3m each) / © December 9, 1968 Rough House (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m43s / September 19, 1949 (completed) Rough Turning Between Centers (U.S. Office of Education) / bw- 1 reel / May 19, 1941 (completed) Round And Round (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / October 14, 1938 (completed) Round And Round (Widgets) (General Motors Corp.- Frank Goldman; a?: Don Figlozzi & James Tyer) / bw-5m53s / April 15, 1939 Animated puppetoon / video: https://archive.org/details/Roundand1939 The Round Peg (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © April 26, 1965 Round Turn And Two Half Hitches (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / © February 25, 1944 Royal Amber TV Commercials (Weidemann's Beer) / bw-4 shorts / May 2-6, 1949 (completed) The Royal Road To Safety (U.S. Rubber Co.) / bw- 1 reel / April 12, 1938 (completed) Rudolph, The Red-nosed Reindeer (Montgomery Ward & Co.- Max Fleischer; s: Robert May, Paul Wing & Joe Stultz [adapted from Johnny Marks]; Howard Kakudo, Robinson McKee, Fletcher Smith & William Sturm; bg: Shane Miller; camera: Charles Schettler; m: Samuel Benavie, James Higgins & George Kleinsinger; choral arrangement: Harry R. Wilson) / Technicolor-8m49s / September 10, 1948 Animated cartoon / video: https://archive.org/details/0542_Rudolph_The_Red-Nosed_Reindeer_06_21_17_28 Rules Of The Road (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-20m / May 4, 1955 (completed) The Rumen Story (Ralston Purina Co.) / bw (16mm)-25m / © June 7, 1954 A Run For Your Money (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / January 30, 1936 (completed) Running Footage Of Oldsmobile '88 (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-30s / © April 16, 1954 RX 15369 In Puerto Rico (Parke, Davis & Co.) / color (16mm)-33m / © April 24, 1970 RX For Living (United Drug Co.) / bw- 1 reel / © February 3, 1939 S.G.- XX Operations #4 (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / February 24, 1943 (completed) Safe As You Think (General Motors Corp.- Haford Kerbawy; cast: Ernest Truex, Phil Coolidge & Gene Leonard) / bw-26m45s / December 5, 1949 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0403_Safe_As_You_Think_02_29_00_00 A Safe Day (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m28s / © June 29, 1939 / video: https://archive.org/details/6131_Safe_Day_A_01_41_58_00 Safe Roads (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-7m45s / © March 21, 1936 (completed in 1935) / video: https://archive.org/details/0142_Safe_Roads_M00364_09_00_48_10 Safer Roads (State Highway Commission) / bw- 1 reel / September 18, 1936 (completed) The Safest Place (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-6m23s / September 5, 1935 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/SafestPl1935 The Safest Township... Anywhere! (General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-27m17s / © April 12, 1961 (completed in 1960) / video: https://archive.org/details/0257_Safest_Township_Anywhere_The_M04696_11_00_44_00 Safety Patrol (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m23s / August 3, 1937 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/SafetyPa1937 Safety Patrol (General Motors Public Relations) / color-9m50s / © November 14, 1955 / video: https://archive.org/details/1005_Safety_Patrol_1955_10_15_41_00 Safety Signs (General Screen Advertising Playlets) / bw- 1 reel / August 10, 1936 (completed) Safety Standard Of The World (Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Co.) / bw- 2 reels / February 22, 1946 (completed) Safety- Built In (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m / © August 29, 1957 Safeway Stores Beef Project (J. Walter Thompson) / bw-20m / May 25, 1955 (completed) Saginaw Power Steering Commercials (Saginaw Steering Gear Division) / bw series / November 23, 1955 Saginaw Power Steering Commercials '57 (Saginaw Steering Gear Division) / bw-4 shorts / © February 11, 1957 Sales A'Poppin (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © April 26, 1940 Sales Stimulation (Fallstaff Brewing Co.) / bw- 1 reel / June 22, 1950 (first completed) Revised January 21, 1952 The Salute (U.S. Coast Guard) / bw- 1 reel / January 15, 1943 (completed) The Salvation Army Women's Home And Hospital (The Open Heart Fund of Detroit) / bw- 1 reel / © June 12, 1939 Sand And Flame (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © June 29, 1939 Revised for Bureau of Mines, September 5, 1944, also revised (inserted scenes) June 16, 1949 Sand And Flame (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © January 25, 1957 Sands On The Slippery Sidewalk Of Sales (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw & silent- 1 reel / 1925 Saturday Was A Good Day (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / color-17m / October 26, 1954 (completed) Schaefer Beer TV Commercials (Schaefer Beer) / bw series (1m each) / September 1, 1949 (completed) Schick Electric Shaver TV Commercials (Schick Electric Shaver) / bw series (1m each) / September 15, 1949 (completed) Schlitz Beer (Schlitz Brewery) / bw-1m / July 13, 1951 (completed) Schlitz Brewery (Jam Hand/Schlitz Brewery) / bw-1m / October 23, 1950 (completed) Schoenlings Beer TV Commercials (Rollman, Peck & Rittenhouse) / bw-6 shorts (20s each) / January 9, 1953 Titles: Bowler Diving High Wire Artist Skater Ski Jumper Water Skiing School Bells For Mrs. Cass (U.S. State Department) / bw- 1 reel / July 31, 1951 Schraffts (Frank G. Shattuck Co.) / bw- 1 reel / March 7, 1944 (completed) The Science Of Milk Production (Ralston Purina Mills) / color (16mm)-45m / October 25, 1944 (completed) Revised (29m version) August 7, 1958 Scientific Methods In Therapeutic Research (Parke, Davis & Co.) / color (16mm)- 3 reels / January 18, 1952 (completed) Scouting On Parade (Boy Scouts of America) / bw- 1 reel / April 14, 1949 (completed) Seamless Modem (Holland-WeRman Productions, U.S. Steel Corp.) / color-(16mm)-13m / 1968 Seashore (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / April 22, 1937 (completed) Second Quarterly Conference, 1966 Retail Used Car Manager (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-19m / © October 20, 1966 Security 24 Hours A Day (General Exchange Insurance Corp.) / bw-12m / December 14, 1940 (completed) Revised June 27, 1949 See The U.S.A. In Your Chevrolet, At Work And Play In Your Chevrolet (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 16, 1948 (completed) Seeds Of Prosperity (Bayer-Semesan Co, Inc.- narrator: H. Golder) / bw- 1 reel / © December 7, 1939 Seeing Green (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- Frank Goldman & Rockwell Barnes; narrator: Lowell Thomas) part c-9m5s / November 15, 1937 (completed) Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/0825SeeingGreen Seeing's Believing (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / October 7, 1941 (completed) Selecting Quality Chevrolet Salesmen (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 3 reels / July 24, 1946 (completed) Sell The Difference (Buick Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-12m21s / © June 24, 1955 / video: https://archive.org/details/6052_Sell_the_Difference_01_29_39_10 Selling Against Competition (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m / March 9, 1950 (completed) Selling America (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw-21m21s / © February 14, 1938 / Revised with added scenes as Ben Franklin Selling Today (© March 4, 1957) / video: https://archive.org/details/SellingA1938 Selling America #2 (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © February 24, 1939 Selling America Today (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw-35m30s / April 22, 1949 (completed) Selling America Trailer (Butler Bros.) / bw- 1 reel / November 15, 1939 (completed) Selling Other Makes (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-30m / © October 16, 1967 The Selling Secrets Of Ben Franklin (Dartnell Corp.) / color (16mm)-25m / © September 16, 1966 New color version of Selling America (qv) Selling Showdown (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-15m / © October 3, 1969 Selling The Combine (Dearborn Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / January 10, 1952 (completed) Selling Used Cars (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-11m / July 27, 1950 (completed) Selling With Direct Mass Selling (General Motors Sales Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © February 16, 1939 The Selling Wizard (Anheuser-Busch, Refrigerated Cabinet Division) / color (16mm)-12m7s / © May 17, 1954 / video: https://archive.org/details/0396_Selling_Wizard_The_M03236_10_47_28_00 Semaphore Signalling (U.S. Navy, Aviation Training Schools) / bw- 1 reel / April 30, 1943 (completed) Semaphores (U.S. Navy, Aviation Training Schools) / bw- 1 reel / © March 14, 1942 The Send Off (E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / bw-11m / © April 13, 1953 A Sense Of Proportion (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-20m / © September 19, 1968 Serve The U.S.A. In Your Chevrolet Truck (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-30m / © October 20, 1966 Service Beyond (Motors Insurance Corp.) / bw-11m / © January 19, 1959 Service Second To None (Motors Insurance Co.) / color (16mm)-15m / © April 15, 1966 The Service Story On Hollow Steel Propeller Blades (Hamilton Standard Propeller Division, United Aircraft Corp.) / bw-12m / May 7, 1953 (completed) A Service That Sells / bw- 1 reel / October 12, 1936 (completed) / convention film Services For All (Detroit News, Community Chest) / bw- 1 reel / September 12, 1947 (completed) Servicing Brakes For Safety (Wagner Electric) / color (16mm)-45m / © March 8, 1963 Servicing The GM Detroit Diesel Fuel Injector (Raybar Technical Films) / color-2 shorts (50m total) / 1979 Also available as both filmstrips and video Servicing The SO Radar Series (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / January 6, 1944 (completed) Setting A Transverse Watertight Bulkhead Into The Hull #9 (U.S. Office of Education) / bw- 1 reel / February 18, 1942 (completed) Setting A Web Frame And A Transverse Beam #6 (U.S. Office of Education) / bw- 1 reel / February 16, 1942 (completed) Setting Up Floors And Longitudinals #3 (U.S. Office of Education) / bw- 1 reel / February 17, 1942 (completed) Seven League Boots (Curtis Publishing) / bw & silent- 1 reel / 1927 Seven Million In Seven Years (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © February 3, 1941 Seven Pillars Of Waverly Policy (Waverly, Shumacher & Co.) / bw- 1 reel / December 29, 1943 (completed) The Shadow On The Land (Parke, Davis & Co.) / bw (16mm)- 1 reel / November 1939 She Caught On Quick (Singer Co.- narrator: Walter O'Keefe) / Technicolor-1m15s / February 28, 1938 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/SheCaugh1940 Sheet Bend (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / © February 21, 1944 Ship To Shore Movement (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / June 28, 1949 (completed) Ship's Nomenclature (U.S. Coast Guard) / bw- 1 reel / February 24, 1943 (completed) Shipboard Training- Learning By Doing (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / June 21, 1948 (completed) Shipbuilding Skills (Jam Handy- Joseph Rothman) / bw-10 shorts serial (1R each) / March 19, 1942 Shockproof (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 18, 1935 (completed) Shop Talk (General Motors Corp.) / bw-5m / November 1, 1945 (completed) Shopping Around (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-12m / September 17, 1954 (completed) Short Stops (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / ©May 28 1940 (completed) The Shortest Way (Doehler-Jarvis Corp.) / bw-28m / November 24, 1950 (completed) Shovelleaners (W.P.A.) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / May 18, 1940 (completed) Show It Like It Is (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-12m / © December 9, 1968 Show Them To Close Them (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m / July 26, 1954 (completed) Show Your Spirit (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-5m / © May 12, 1967 Showdown, A Report To Chevrolet Dealers And Salesmen (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw (16mm)-32m / © April 28, 1961 Shrub's Diary (Jam Handy- William A. Shilling; adapted from John Taintor Foote) / bw- 2 reels / August 22, 1935 (Film Daily lists three completed in series) The Sign Of Leadership (General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-17m / © December 8, 1968 Silent Closing Footage For Douglas Edwards Show (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-30s / © April 16, 1954 The Silent Partner (Norge) / Technicolor- 1 reel / February 10, 1937 (completed) Silver Anniversary (United Motors Service, General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m30s / May 1, 1953 (completed) Silver Streak (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / September 30, 1935 (completed) The Simplest Refrigerating Mechanism Ever Built (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © February 2, 1939 Sincerely Yours (Sun Oil Co.) / bw- 1 reel / March 7, 1938 (completed) Sinclair At The World's Fair (Sinclair Refining Co.) / color (16mm)-14m / © February 5, 1965 / video: https://archive.org/details/0701_Sinclair_at_the_Worlds_Fair Sinclair Driveway Selling And Appearance (Sinclair Refining Co.) / color-1m30s / 1963 Sir John TV Commercials (Falstaff Brewing Co.) / bw series / September 5, 1950 (completed) Sitting Pretty (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © April 20, 1940 The 6th Chair (National School Service Institute) / bw-17m32s / May 9, 1949 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0578_6th_Chair_The_M01833_13_03_05_00 The Skills Of Football (Coca-Cola Corp.) / color (16mm)-18m / © October 20, 1969 Skinner Oil Co. (Skinner Oil Co.) / bw & silent- 1 reel / 1922 Part animation Sky Billboards (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-7m 35s / December 16, 1935 (completed) Part animation; reissued Sep 19, 1936 / video: https://archive.org/details/SkyBillb1935 Skylines, Unlimited (Otis Elevator Co.) / color (16mm)-26m / May 16, 1950 (completed) Slicking The Ride (Sun Oil Co.) / bw- 1 reel / © March 31, 1939 Small World (Pure Pak Divison of Ex-Cell-O Corp.) / color (16mm)-19m / © February 18, 1965 Smooooth (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-20m / September 26, 1955 (completed) Smooth Sale-ing (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / January 21, 1936 (completed) Smooth Starts (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © June 29, 1939 The Smooth Way (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / Eastmancolor-1m / © March 19, 1956 So You Want To Run A Ball Club (Saturday Evening Post) / bw- 1 reel / April 11, 1949 (completed) Soft Pedal (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / November 5, 1937 (completed) Solar And Terrestrial Radiation (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-29m / April 17, 1950 (completed) Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/4122_Solar_And_Terrestrial_Radiation Solid Gold Hours (Dartnell Corp.) / color (16mm)-27m / March 18, 1958 (completed) Something For Nothing (Chevrolet Division Of General Motors- Rube Goldberg) / bw-8m47s- (DC) November 28, 1940 (completed) Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/Somethin1940 Something More Than A Beer (Budweiser) / bw- 1 reel / July 17, 1936 (completed) Something More Than Beer (Anheuser-Busch Inc.- Louis Marlowe) / bw- 1 reel / © February 15, 1940 Something More Than Steel (Happenstall Co.) / color (16mm)- 2 reels / © June 26, 1952 Something To Be Proud Of (Organization for the Veterans of Foreign Wars- cast: Charles Adams) / color (16mm)-28m19s / © December 11, 1951 / video: https://archive.org/details/0732_Something_to_Be_Proud_Of_18_22_49_00 The Sound And The Story (Radio Corp. of America) / Eastmancolor-23m42s / September 13, 1956 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/SoundAndTheS The Sound Of Power (J.I. Case Co.) / color (16mm)-26m / © February 15, 1965 South Dakota Sage (Homestake Mining Co.- narrator: H. Golder) / bw-32m42s / © February 3, 1940 / video: https://archive.org/details/0535_South_Dakota_Saga Spacetacular (Unarco Industries) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / © October 6, 1969 Spangweld, The New Quality In Pipe (Armco Steel Corp.) / color (16mm)-13m / © April 26, 1965 Sparkling New Line Of 1951 Genuine Chevrolet Accessories (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)- 2 reels / © April 21, 1952 Salesman film copyrighted a year later A Special Breed (J.I. Case Co.) / color (16mm)-22m / © December 15, 1966 Special Delivery / bw- 1 reel / September 22, 1937 (completed) Special Delivery (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m / September 6, 1950 (completed) Special Features Of Cold Wall Frigidaire For 1940 (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / December 18, 1939 (completed) Special Features Of Deluxe Frigidaire For 1940 (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / December 18, 1939 (completed) A Special Message To Chevrolet Retail Sales Managers (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-5m / © May 27, 1965 Special Report (Radioplane Co.) / color (16mm)-8m30s / March 8, 1957 (completed) Specialists At Work (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-5 shorts (2m each) / December 16, 1952 (completed) Titles: Brick Layer Diamond Cutter Glass Blower Sign Painter Truck Driver Speed Heat Unit (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / January 6, 1938 (completed) The Speed Nut Savings Factor (Tinnerman Products Inc.) / bw- 2 reels / © October 5, 1946 Speedway 79 TV Commercials (E&B Beer) / bw series / October 29, 1949 (completed) Speedway 79 TV Commercials (W.B. Doner) / bw series / October 5, 1956 (completed) Speedway 79 TV Commercials '58 (W.B. Doner) / bw series / October 6, 1958 (completed) Speedway 79 TV Commercials (Speedway Petroleum Corp.) / bw-3 shorts / © March 9, 1959 Speedway 79 TV Spot (W.B. Donor) / bw-1m / October 23, 1950 (completed) The Spenders (Dept. Of Stewardship & Benevolence, National Council Of Churches) / bw-25m / © May 8, 1964 Sphere Of Service, The Story Of FTD (Florists' Telegraph Delivery Assn.) / color (16mm)-18m / © January 12, 1966 Spicer Synchro-Master Twelve (Dana Corp.) / bw-10m / © December 23, 1957 Spinning Levers (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- Frank Goldman) / bw-9m45s / November 5, 1936 (completed) Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/0762_Spinning_Levers_04_45_20_00 Spins-Precision & Accomodations In T-34 (U.S. Navy) / bw-7m / September 6, 1956 (completed) The Spirit Of All America (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / January 16, 1939 The Spirit Of Detroit (Detroit-Wayne Joint Building Authority) / color (16mm)-13m / © April 16, 1959 Split Second (General Tire & Rubber) / color (16mm)-11m / © October 1, 1962 Split-Second Selling (E. I. DuPont De Nemours & Co.) / bw- 1 reel / March 1, 1938 (completed) Splitting The Hair's Breath (Norton) / bw- 1 reel / March 24, 1937 (completed) Sports (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-10m / © September 15, 1966 Sports Feature (Pfeiffer Brewing Co.) / bw- 1 reel / January 23, 1953 (completed) Sports Opening (Pfeiffer Brewing Co.) / bw-2m / © January 31, 1955 Spot News (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- animation: Rockwell Barnes; narrator: Lowell Thomas) / bw-9m15s / April 16, 1937 Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/SpotNews1937 Spotlight On Chevelle Vs.Competition (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-22m / © May 14, 1964 Spotlight On Chevrolet Vs.Competition (Chevrolet Division of Genral Motors) / color (16mm)-25m / © May 14, 1964 Spotlight On Trucks On Trial (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-10m / © May 8, 1964 Spotlight On Vans On Trial (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-5m / © May 8, 1964 Spring Harmony (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m19s / March 10, 1935 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0383_Spring_Harmony_M07000_14_36_13_00 Square Dance/Auto Ride TV Spots (American Tobacco Co.) / bw-1m / March 13, 1951 (first completed) Animated cartoons Squaring Shear (U.S. Navy- narrator: Bud Mitchell) / bw- 1 reel / April 20, 1943 (completed) Sssssssst (Precision Valve Corp.) / color (16mm)-18m / © October 9, 1967 Stalls And Spins (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / June 11, 1945 (completed) Stalls In The T-34 (U.S. Navy) / bw-17m / March 22, 1957 (completed) Standard Carrier Operations (U.S. Navy) / bw-13m / December 21, 1956 (completed) The Standard DeWalt Woodworking Machine (DeWalt Products Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © September 5, 1939 Standard Oil Co. Promotional / bw- 1 reel / January 4, 1939 (completed) Standard Oil-ESSO TV Commercials (Standard Oil-ESSO) / bw series / December 8, 1948 (completed) Stars Of Selling: Ed Brooks, Played By A. Bunce / bw-23m / June 14, 1957 Stars Of Selling: Mr. Fuller / bw-27m / June 14, 1957 Stars Of Selling: Mr. Kolodny / bw-33m / June 14, 1957 Stars Of Selling: Mr. Nixon / bw-28m / June 14, 1957 Stars Of Selling: Mr. Weeks / bw-29m / June 14, 1957 The Start Of Something Big (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-18m / © September 15, 1966 Starting, Stopping And Pre-flight Inspection Of The FR-1 Airplane (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / August 13, 1945 (completed) State Of Michigan: Leon D. Case / bw- 1 reel / October 7, 1938 (completed) State Police (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / April 22, 1937 (completed) Steam Turbine (U.S. Navy) / bw & silent- 1 reel / 1925 Steel For Victory (U.S. Steel Corp.) / bw- 2 reels / © June 22, 1942 Steeplechasing / bw- 1 reel / November 20, 1936 (completed) Step Right Up! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-1m / © February 2, 1959 Stepping Up To It (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) part Eastmancolor-13m / August 2, 1955 (completed) Still The Greatest Spark (Electric Auto-Lite) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / May 14, 1940 (completed) Stimulating & Motivating Salesmen (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-12m / © April 28, 1961 Stop Mr. Truck User (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-30s / © April 16, 1954 Stop That Car (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / July 1936 Storage Ability / bw- 1 reel / January 12, 1937 (completed) A Story About You (Pontifical Association of Holy Childhood) / color (16mm)-10m / September 5, 1951 (completed) Animated cartoon The Story Behind The Features (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / color (16mm)-15m / © February 8, 1971 The Story Of American Dental Association / bw- 2 reels / January 30, 1945 (completed) The Story Of Cerro Bolivar (U.S. Steel Corp.) / bw-14m / August 28, 1959 (completed) The Story Of Die Heads And Taps (United Greenfield Corp.) / color (16mm)- 2 reels / 1966 The Story Of Fine Virginia Tobacco (American Tobacco Co.) / bw- 1 reel / July 7, 1947 (completed) Revised February 16, 1949 The Story Of Jim Brent (Mullins Manufacturing Co.) / bw-28m30s / February 24, 1950 (completed) The Story Of Karmex DL (E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / color (16mm)-16m / © March 2, 1956 The Story Of Lemon Juice (Realeraon Co.) / color (16mm)-9m / © May 21, 1965 The Story Of Lucky Strikes (American Tobacco Co.- Edwin C. Hill) part sepiatone- 1 reel / August 3, 1938 (completed) The Story Of Lucky Strikes Vol. 2 (American Tobacco Co.) / bw- 1 reel / October 25, 1940 (completed) The Story Of Lucky Strikes Vol. 3 (American Tobacco Co.) / bw- 1 reel / June 5, 1941 (completed) The Story Of Modern Sidewalls (Asbestos Cement Products Association) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / © December 11, 1951 The Story Of Moraine Bearings (United Motors Service, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / June 22, 1951 (completed) The Story Of Neoprene (E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / bw- 1 reel / © September 9, 1940 The Story Of Woven Stretch (E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / color (16mm)-13m / © April 30, 1964 The Story Of Your Job (Hamilton Watch Co.) / bw- 2 reels / © May 8, 1947
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A Pony For Pip (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-33m / © January 3, 1963 Poor Sam (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-14m / November 29, 1955 (completed) Pop Rings The Bell (National School Service Institute) / bw- 1 reel / © March 18, 1944 Popularity Value (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © May 6, 1954 Portrait Of A Businessman (Dearborn Motors Corp.) / bw-16m / November 3, 1948 (completed) Portrait Of Two Winners (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-25m / © May 8, 1964 Positraction (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-2m / March 8, 1957 (completed) Positraction TFC-77 (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-2m / © February 19, 1959 Postmark- East Lansing (Michigan State College) / color (16mm)-19m / December 26, 1950 (completed) Postwar Sales Regarding Thought Starters (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / August 22, 1944 (completed) Power (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / January 6, 1936 (completed) Power And Ride (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-13m / August 25, 1958 (completed) Power Beyond Compare (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-6m / September 15, 1954 (completed) Power For Profits (J. I. Case Co.) / color (16mm)-19m / © February 15, 1965 Power For Progress (Sun Oil Co.) / color (16mm)-23m / © April 28, 1961 Power Insurance (United Motors Service, General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-18m / © September 23, 1953 The Power Of A Promise (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-13m / © January 13, 1966 The Power Of A Smile (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-9m / © July 27, 1964 The Power Of Enthusiasm (Dartnell Corp.) / bw-24m / © October 4, 1956 Power Of Free People (Wisconsin Power & Light Co. [Midwest Service Co.]) / bw- 3 reels / October 6, 1945 (completed) Power Of Suggestion (Oldsmobile Of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-21m / © March 2, 1962 Power Plus (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / November 6, 1941 (completed) Power Steering (Saginaw Steering) / Eastmancolor-7 shorts (1-2m each) / December 15, 1955 (completed) Power Team (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / March 13, 1951 (completed) Power That Pays (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-2m / © April 9, 1963 Power To Prosper (Dearborn Motors Corp.) / bw-15m30s / December 29, 1949 (completed) The Power To Serve (Cleveland Electric Illuminating Co.- host: Elmer L. Lindseth) / color (16mm)-20m56s / July 5, 1956 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/PowertoS1957 Power With A Punch (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / Eastmancolor-1m / © June 24, 1955 Powr-Lok (Dana Corp.) / color (16mm)-16m / December 26, 1956 (completed) Practical Application Of Free Gunnery Principles In The Air (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / © November 13, 1943 Practical Dreamer (U.S. Steel Corp.- Haford Kerbawy; cast: Augusta Roeland & Rege Cordic) / color-13m17s / 1957 / video: https://archive.org/details/Practica1957 Precisely So (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- Frank Goldman; animation?: James Davis & Martin Taras) / bw-19m19s- (DC) September 8, 1937 (completion date) Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/0557_Precisely_So_19_29_22_00 Precision Taps And Tapping (Greenfield Tap & Die) / color (16mm)-26m / © May 27, 1963 Precision Wood Machining; Problems In Patternmaking / bw-10 shorts (1R each) / © May 15, 1945 Presenting Your Sales Case Convincingly (Dartnell Corp.) / bw-28m / August 31, 1955 (completed) Pressing Bodies (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / October 31, 1935 (completed) Pressure Pattern Flying (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / March 20, 1952 (completed) Previews Of Tomorrow (Buick Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-2m / © February 16, 1947 The Prey , M.N. 1139A (U.S. Navy) / bw- 2 reels / March 12, 1943 (completed) The Price Of Leadership (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-16m / © October 1, 1969 Priceless Cargo (Superior Coach Co.) / bw- 2 reels / © August 5, 1946 Priceless Heritage (Superior Coach Corp.) / color (16mm)-23m / October 17, 1952 (completed) Primary Flight Training Stage A (U.S. Navy, Bureau of Aeronautics- - narrator: Jack McCarthy) / bw- 1 reel / January 6, 1943 (completed) Primary Flight Training Stage B (U.S. Navy, Bureau of Aeronautics- narrator: Jack McCarthy) / bw- 1 reel / January 5, 1943 (completed) Primary Flight Training Stage C (U.S. Navy, Bureau of Aeronautics- narrator: Jack McCarthy) / bw- 1 reel / January 5, 1943 (completed) Primary Flight Training T-34 (U.S. Navy) / bw-13m / October 10, 1956 (completed) Primary Flight Training- Loop (U.S. Navy) / bw-5m / December 21, 1956 (completed) Priming (American Tobacco Co.) / bw- 1 reel / October 9, 1947 (completed) The Princess And The Pauper (Chevrolet- Frank Goldman; a?: Don Figlozzi & James Tyer) / Technicolor-9m52s / June 16, 1939 Animated cartoon / video: https://archive.org/details/Princess1939 Principal Models Of Jet Aircraft Engines (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / March 24, 1949 (completed) Principia College Picture / bw- 1 reel / October 14, 1938 (completed) The Principle Of Atran (Goodyear Aircraft) / color (16mm)-7m / January 16, 1956 (completed) Principles Of Gas Turbine Engine, The I-16 Turbo-Jet Engine (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / August 13, 1945 (completed) Principles Of Photography (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / August 22, 1947 (completed) Problem Solving (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-14m / © October 17, 1969 A Problem Solving Capacity (Elastomer Products Division) / color (16mm)-16m / © November 24, 1976 Procter & Gamble Promotionals (Kroger Grocery) / bw- 1 reel / December 7, 1933 (Film Daily lists in production) Production And Engineering (Parke, Davis & Co.) / color (16mm)-5m / © May 17 1967 Production Lifeline! Wire Rope, Maintenance And Inspection (Armco Steel Corp.) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / © January 22, 1968 Production Of USS Steel Sheets (U.S. Steel Corp.) / Eastmancolor-29m / © June 12, 1957 Professionalism In Retailing (Butler Bros.) / bw- 1 reel / November 21, 1939 (completed) Profit Newsreel (J. I. Case Co.) / color (16mm)-11m / © February 15, 1965 The Profit Partners (Hobart Manufacturing Co.) / color (16mm)-9m / © July 5, 1967 Programmer With The Magic Memory,: Another TV Newsmaker For 1960 (RCA Victor) / color (16mm)-4m / June 2, 1959 (completed) Progress In Precision (Micromatic Hone Corp.) / bw-39m / August 11, 1955 (completed) Progress Report (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 4 reels / © November 29, 1943 Shorter version Feb 17, 1944 A Progress Report (Michigan Commission On Aging- Russell R. Benson) / color (16mm)-16m / 1970 A Progress Report On A Proposed Concept Design Of The 1 1/2 Ton Cargo Carrier (U.S. Steel Corp.) / color (16mm)-11m / © April 1, 1966 A Progress Report On Chemical Weed Control (Dow Chemical Co.) / bw- 1 reel / January 19, 1949 (completed) Progress Report No. 1 (Bendix-Westinghouse Air Brake Co., Bendix Systems Division) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1963 Progress Report No. 2 (Bendix-Westinghouse Air Brake Co., Bendix Systems Division) / color (16mm)-1 reel / January 1964 Progress Through Engineering (General Motors Public Relations- narrator: Bud Mitchell) / bw-20m / November 29, 1945 Progress With Orinoco Mining Co. (U.S. Steel Corp.) / Eastmancolor-28m30s / August 27, 1957 (completed) Progressive Honing With Automatic Sizing (Micromatic Hone Corp.) / bw-15m / March 22, 1945 (completed) Progressive Maintenance 12-567 (U.S. Navy) / bw series (1 reel approx. each) / July 12-13, 1945 (completed) Titles: Diesel Engine Disassembly Part 1: Removal Of Cylinder Head Diesel Engine Disassembly Part 2: Piston And Liner Removal Diesel Engine Benchwork Main Bearings Diesel Engine Reassembly Installation Of Cylinder Head Diesel Engine Benchwork Cylinder Head Diesel Engine Reconditioning The Fuel Pump Progressive Maintenance On The G.M. Diesel Engine 12-567A, Diesel Engine Benchwork Liner And Pistons (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / July 17, 1945 (completed) Progressive Maintenance On The G.M. Diesel Engine 12-567A, Reassembly Installation Of Liners And Pistons (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / July 25, 1945 (completed) Project #14 (Radioplane Co.) / color (16mm)-18m30s / September 21, 1956 (completed) Project Kenmore Quality, A Pedigree Of Perfection (Whirlpool Corp.) / color (16mm)-16m / © March 15, 1965 Project Report 2 (Radioplane Co.) / color (16mm)-15m / September 7, 1955 (completed) Prologue (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 28, 1936 (completed) Prologue To Progress (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-5m / September 17, 1955 (completed) The Prom, It's a Pleasure! (Coca-Cola Corp.) / color (16mm)-17m25s / © March 7, 1962 (completed '61) / video: https://archive.org/details/PromItsA1961 Proof For Any Man (B. F. Goodrich Associated Lines- narrator: F. Roberts) / bw- 2 reels / © May 19, 1941 Proof Of The Pluses (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m / February 8, 1956 (completed) The Proof Parade (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw-8m21s / January 10, 1937 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0359_Proof_Parade_The_Frigidaire_13_47_30_00 The Prospect (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / May 9, 1938 (completed) Protect Your Pontiac With Pontiac Service (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-6 shorts / August 4, 1949 (completed) Protecting Electrical Equipment From High Impact Shock (U.S. Navy) / bw-15m / May 31, 1946 (completed) Protecting Poultry Profits (Merck & Co.) / color (16mm)-23m30s / June 23, 1952 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0148_Protecting_Poultry_Profits Protecting Your Profits (American Laundry Machinery Co.) / color (16mm)-20m / December 7, 1948 (completed) Proving Ground (Celanese Celluloid Corp. of America) / bw- 1 reel / May 15, 1944 (completed) Proving Pontiac's Enduring Performance (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-6m / March 31, 1955 (completed) Public Relations At Work (Public Relations Society of America) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1961 Pulling For Profits (Detroit Automotive Products Corp.) / bw- 2 reels / © May 8, 1947 The Pursuit Of Profit (Procter & Gamble Co.) / color (16mm)-22m56s / © May 17, 1965 / video: https://archive.org/details/PursuitOfPro Quality Control In Modern Merchandising (J.C. Penny Co.) / color (16mm)-24m16s / © April 2, 1952 / video: https://archive.org/details/0554_Quality_Control_in_Modern_Merchandising_11_01_31_26 Quality Knows No Compromise (Fisher Body Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw-13m / July 27, 1950 (completed) Quality Sells (Universal C.I.T.) / bw- 3 reels / © October 10, 1955 Quality Walks On Two Legs (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-20m / November 5, 1959 (completed) Quest For Quality (J. I. Case Co.) / color (16mm)-14m / © February 15, 1965 A Question Of Choice (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-16m / February 17, 1959 (completed) A Question Of Quality (General Motors Corp. of Canada) / Eastmancolor-8m / September 2, 1959 (completed) Quiet Please (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © March 15, 1939 Quota Busters (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / May 9, 1936 (completed) Radio Blockade (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © October 21, 1939 Radio Pharmaceuticals Reactor To Physician (Abbott Laboratories) / color (16mm)-21m / © March 27, 1959 Radioisotopes In Medicine (Abbott Laboratories) / color (16mm)-21m / July 23, 1958 (completed) Railroad Safety / bw- 1 reel / October 27, 1935 (completed) The Rainbow Is Yours (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / December 11, 1951 (completed) Rally U.S.A (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-32m / © January 12, 1967 The Ranch (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-1m / © April 26, 1940 Range (Duquesne Light Co.) / bw-20s / © February 23, 1954 Range (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-16m / October 7, 1955 Range Hydromatic (Detroit Transmission, General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / January 19, 1953 (completed) Rap #2 (Radioplane Co.) / color (16mm)-24m / June 17, 1955 (completed) Rap #3 (Radioplane Co.) / color (16mm)-18m / June 22, 1955 (completed) Ray-O-Vac Instructional Series (Ray-O-Vac Co.) / bw-7 shorts / March 13, 1944 (completed) Titles: Cell Testing Combining Cells Into Batteries Core Placing Feeding Cells To Washing Machine Gross Soldering Making Nests And Partitions Sealing Cells RCA Estate Ranges TV Commercials (Don Kemper Agency) / bw-7 shorts (under 1m each) / December 17, 1952 (completed) 3 feature Kukla, Fran & Ollie RCA TV Commercials (RCA Victor) / color-series / July 29, 1958 (first completed) Readi-cast Is Different (Parke, Davis & Co.) / color (16mm)-3m / © October 27, 1969 Readied To Go (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-11m / September 19, 1958 (completed) Reading For Mayor / bw- 1 reel / October 25, 1937 (completed) Ready For Action (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / © October 4, 1941 Ready For Sale-ing / bw- 1 reel / October 10, 1936 (completed) / coloronvention film Rear Gun Attack (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / March 16, 1942 (completed) The Reasons Why (RCA Victor, Television Division) / Eastmancolor-26m49s / May 29, 1958 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0725_Reasons_Why_The_09_01_01_00 Recharge For Bill (United Motors Service, General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-23m30s / April 28, 1954 (completed) Recognition Of Soviet Jet Aircraft (U.S. Navy) / bw-3 shorts (5m each) / February 18, 1955 (completed) Recognition Of The PB4Y2 (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / November 17, 1944 (completed) Recognition Of The SC-1 (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / November 17, 1944 (completed) Reconditioning (General Screen Advertising Playlets) / bw- 1 reel / June 10, 1936 (completed) Animated cartoon Reconditioning Other Makes (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-26m / © June 8, 1967 Reconditioning Sells The Car (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-17m / © October 20, 1966 Reconstituted Feeds (Smith Harvestore Products) / color (16mm)-15m / © December 6, 1968 Record Breakers (Norge) / Technicolor- 1 reel / February 10, 1937 (completed) Record Photography (Tanner's Council of America) / bw- 1 reel / May 14, 1948 (completed) Record Run To The Yukon (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-2m / © December 17, 1956 Red Letter Day (International Business Machine) / bw- 1 reel / March 5, 1942 (completed) Red, Hot & Blue- Blue Stock (Blue Coal) / bw- 1 reel / September 27, 1937 (completed) Redesigning A Pattern For Production Purposes (U.S. Office of Education- narrator: Bud Mitchell) / bw- 1 reel / May 8, 1945 (completed) Reflecting Our Confidence In The Future Of America (Anheuser-Busch, Inc.) / bw- 3 reels / © April 13, 1939 The Refreshing Look (Vendo Co.) / color (16mm)-16m35s / © March 27, 1959 / video: https://archive.org/details/1099_Refreshing_Look_The_M04339_15_46_29_00 Refreshment On The Job (CocaCola Co.) / color (16mm)-9m9s / © November 19, 1951 / video: https://archive.org/details/0776_Refreshment_on_the_Job_03_54_17_00 Refreshment Through The Years (CocaCola Co.- J. Cullen Landis; narrator: Ken Carpenter) / Technicolor-20m / May 1, 1939 (completed) Revised (inserted scenes) September 22, 1947 / video: https://archive.org/details/72162RefreshmentThroughTheYears Refreshment Through The Years (Coca-Cola Corp.) / color-22m / © May 15, 1963 Refreshments The World Over (Coca-Cola Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / © June 16, 1939 Refrigerator (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-18m / October 7, 1955 Refrigerator IS-8H (General Electric Co.) / bw- 1 reel / September 10, 1951 (completed) Relax (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / April 22, 1937 (completed) Religion In American Life Advertising Council TV Spots / bw-2 shorts / October 31, 1951 (completed) Religion In American Life TV Spot / bw-1m / September 3, 1958 (completed) Religion In American Life TV Spots / bw-3 shorts (under 1m each) / September 10, 1959 (completed) Religious In Overalls (Society of the Divine Word) / color (16mm)-31m30s / July 13, 1951 Remember? (General Motors Acceptance Corp.) / bw-20m / October 15, 1948 (completed) Remote Control (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- narrator: Vincent Pelletier) / bw-8m20s / October 9, 1941 (completed) Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/0797_Remote_Control_M01014_06_34_06_00 Remote Control Unit (RCA Victor, Television Division) / color-5m / May 29, 1958 (completed) Report On A War Job (Sun Oil Co.) / bw- 1 reel / June 18, 1945 (completed) A Report On Your Investment (Archdiosesan Development Fund) / color (16mm)-15m / March 27, 1953 (completed) Report To Armco People: A Newsreel Of Events Around The World Of Armco (Armco Steel Corp.) / bw (16mm)-16m / © May 15, 1963 (completed in 1962) A Report To Home Builders (Great Lakes Steel Corp., Stran Steel Division) / color (16mm)-20m55s / March 21, 1946 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/ReportToHome A Report To You (Great Lakes Steel Corp.) / color (16mm)-24m / © October 1, 1962 Republican Party Ads / bw-11 shorts / October 1, 1936 (completed) Titles: Bread Here From Wheat Over There Dollars For Foreign Farmers Don't Blame Your Butcher Jobs For Canadians Milk, Butter And Cheese Pigs, Cattle And Wheat Sidewalks For ? Soaking The Rich Wanted Jobs, Not Relief Watch Your Food Dollar Shrink Why Your Dollar Buys Less Research Work (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- narrator: Lowell Thomas & Joseph B. Kennedy) / bw-11m16s / 1936 / video: https://archive.org/details/6099_Research_Work_00_44_01_00 Rescue At Sea (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-2 reels / 1962 A Revolutionary New Triumph In Tape! (RCA Victor Radio & Victrola) / Eastmancolor-7m29s / May 29, 1958 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0122_Revolutionary_New_Triumph_in_Tape_A_M04235_12_08_22_01 Reynolds Metals TV Commercials (Reynolds Metals) / bw series / January 8, 1959 (completed) The Rhythm Of Production (W.F. & John Barnes Co.) / Eastmancolor-20m / © September 4, 1956 Rib Stitching (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / © December 2, 1941 (completed) Ride 'Em Cowboy (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color- 1 reel / © October 28, 1940 Ride Film (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 14, 1948 (completed) A Ride For Cinderella (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- Frank Goldman; a?: James Davis & Martin Taras) / Technicolor-10m50s September 29, 1937 (completion date) / video: https://archive.org/details/RideforC1937 Riding High (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / August 30, 1940 (completed) Riding In Style (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / December 3, 1941 (completed) Riding The Film (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- animation: Rockwell Barnes; narrator: Lowell Thomas) / bw-10m40s / November 3, 1937 (completed) Part animation; revised January 1, 1939 / video: https://archive.org/details/0762_Riding_the_Film_04_18_19_00 Right And Wrong Way Techniques (Mullins Manufacturing Co.) / bw-22m / February 24, 1950 (completed) The Right Combination (Procter & Gamble Co.) / color (16mm)-13m / © July 20, 1964 Right Dress (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 29, 1938 (completed) Right On The Nose (American Optical Co.) / bw- 2 reels / July 24, 1943 (completed) Right Side Up (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © March 20, 1941 The Right Slant (Motors Insurance Corp.) / bw-21m30s / © May 7, 1951 Right To The Point (W.A. Sheaffer Pen Co.) / bw- 30m / December 7, 1944 (completed) / video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8BiarUbUJE Riveting (U.S. Navy, Aviation Service Schools) / bw- 1 reel / © March 26, 1942 The Road To Romance (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / September 13, 1937 (completed) Road To Romance: Death Valley (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / June 10, 1941 (completed) Road To Romance: Grand Canyon (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / June 10, 1941 (completed) Road To Romance: Monterey (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / June 10, 1941 (completed) Road To Romance: Zion National Park (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / June 10, 1941 (completed) The Road To Tokyo (Wright Aeronautical Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / October 10, 1944 (completed) The Road To Tomorrow (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-16m / October 15, 1959 (completed) Roads To Romance: Bluegrass Land Of Kentucky (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / December 12, 1950 (completed, © April 22, 1952) Roads To Romance: By Cayuga's Waters (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / December 12, 1950 (completed, © April 22, 1952) / video: https://archive.org/details/0663_Roads_to_Romance_12_29_40_00 Roads To Romance: Cedar Breaks National Monument (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / December 12, 1950 (completed, © April 22, 1952) / video: https://archive.org/details/0663_Roads_to_Romance_12_29_40_00 Roads To Romance: Columbia River Highway (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / December 12, 1950 (completed, © April 22, 1952) / video: https://archive.org/details/0663_Roads_to_Romance_12_29_40_00 Roads To Romance: Coral Gables, Florida: Sunland On Biscayne Bay (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 2 reels / March 10, 1950 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/RoadstoR1950 Roads To Romance: Garden Of The Gods And Colorado Springs (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / March 10, 1950 (completed) Roads To Romance: Highway Of Tomorrow: The Pennsylvania Turnpike (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / December 12, 1950 (completed, © April 22, 1952) / video: https://archive.org/details/0663_Roads_to_Romance_12_29_40_00 Roads To Romance: Houston, The Magic City Of The Lone Star State (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / August 8, 1949 (completed) Roads To Romance: Key West And The Highway That Goes To Sea (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / March 10, 1950 (completed) Roads To Romance: Lakes Of The Twin Cities (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / December 12, 1950 (completed, © April 22, 1952) / video: https://archive.org/details/0663_Roads_to_Romance_12_29_40_00 Roads To Romance: Land Of Everlasting Hills: The Great Smoky Mountain National Park (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / © March 8, 1951 Roads To Romance: Mark Twain Country, Home Of Tom Sawyer And Huckleberry Finn (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-8m / © March 8, 1951 Roads To Romance: Narragansett Bay (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / December 12, 1950 (completed, © April 22, 1952) / video: https://archive.org/details/0663_Roads_to_Romance_12_29_40_00 Roads To Romance: New Orleans: Romantic Old And New Worlds Meet At The Delta (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / August 8, 1949 (completed) Roads To Romance: Northern Horizons In The Heart Of The Adirondacks (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / © March 8, 1951 Roads To Romance: Oak Creek Canyon (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-5m2s / August 8, 1949 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/RoadsToRoman Roads To Romance: Olympic National Park (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / December 12, 1950 (completed, © April 22, 1952) / video: https://archive.org/details/0663_Roads_to_Romance_12_29_40_00 Roads To Romance: Petrified Forest, Rainbow land Of Arizona (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / August 8, 1949 (completed) Roads To Romance: San Diego And The Ramona Country (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / August 8, 1949 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/RoadsToRoman Roads To Romance: San Luis Obispo, The Heart Of Old Spanish California (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / August 8, 1949 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/RoadsToRoman Roads To Romance: Santa Cruz Trail (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / March 10, 1950 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/RoadstoR1950_2 Roads To Romance: Savannah, Georgia, Queen City Of Cotton Land (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / March 10, 1950 (completed) Roads To Romance: St. Augustine, City Of Old Spain And New America (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / August 8, 1949 (completed) Roads To Romance: Vacation On Skis (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / March 10, 1950 (completed) Roads To Romance: Western Louisiana, The Land Of Evangeline (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / March 10, 1950 (completed) Roads To Romance: Western Michigan, Vacationland Of The Inland Seas (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / August 8, 1949 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/RoadsToRoman Roads To Romance: Williamsburg, VA., Shrine Of Colonial History (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-3m / March 10, 1950 (completed)
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O'Keefe's Ale / bw-1m / October 3, 1951 (completed) O'Mara's Chain Miracle (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- cast: Victor McLaglen) / bw-11m20s / November 1, 1951 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/1687OMarasChainMiracle Octopus In The House (National Electric Products Corp.) / color (16mm)-25m / September 23, 1952 (completed) Of Men And Menus (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 16, 1940 (completed) Oil Gear Hydraulic Traversing Mechanism, Principle Of Operation (Oil Gear Co.) / bw- 1 reel / June 21, 1944 (completed) Old Friends (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-8m / March 30, 1954 (completed) Old King Cole (General Screen Advertisements) / bw- 1 reel / May 3, 1937 (completed) Animated cartoon Olds "88" Announcement (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-4 shorts (1m each) / © May 6, 1954 Olds 98 (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-1m / October 18, 1957 (completed) Olds Gate Fold (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-2 shorts (1m each) / © May 6, 1954 Olds On The Go (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-21m / © February 18, 1965 Olds Super 88 (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-1m / October 18, 1957 (completed) Oldsmobile For 1938 (General Motors Export) / bw- 1 reel / October 21, 1937 (completed) Oldsmobile New Car Announcement (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors) / bw- 1 reel / October 17, 1957 Animated cartoon Oldsmobile Pre-Ann Break / Announcement Break (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp. ) / bw-2 shorts (under 1m) / © March 13, 1959 Oldsmobile Pre-Ann Scenicoupe (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-2 shorts (1m each) / November 7, 1958 (completed) Oldsmobile Pre-Ann Sport Sedan (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-1m / November 7, 1958 (completed) Oldsmobile Scenicoupe (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-4 shorts (under 1m each) / © March 13, 1959 Oldsmobile Sport Sedan (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-3 shorts (under 1m each)(DC)-© March 13, 1959 The Olympians (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-5m / © April 12, 1961 On All Fronts (Buda Co.) / bw- 1 reel / December 17, 1943 (completed) On The Air (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m / February 22, 1937 (completed) Features David Rubinoff / video: https://archive.org/details/0596_On_the_Air_20_09_04_00 On The Beam (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-34m / January 5, 1949 (completed) On The Button (Union Switch & Signal) / bw-16m / October 13, 1952 (completed) On The Campus (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-1m / © April 25, 1940 On The Level (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / August 12, 1937 (completed) On The Line (Kendall Co., Polyken Sales Division) / bw-16m / December 14, 1956 (completed) On Time (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-1m / © October 30, 1940 On Top Of The World (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m29s / December 13, 1941 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/87394ChevroletOnTopOfTheWorldRexfer On Top Of The World (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m / September 18, 1956 (completed) On Two Wheels (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © October 26, 1938 Once And Forever (Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute- John Thiele; cast: John Griggs, Betty White, Verne Collett, Warren Michael Kelly, Darryl Daley) / color (16mm)-13m33s / November 27, 1956 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0191_Once_and_Forever_M03877_10_01_01_00 Once For All (United Foundation) / bw-10m / September 6, 1949 (completed) Once In A Lifetime (Bell & Howell Co.) / bw-6m / March 3, 1950 (completed) One Bad Knight (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.; a?: Vincent Fago) / Technicolor-9m38s / December 30, 1937 (completed) Animated cartoon / video: https://archive.org/details/one_bad_knight 1JO Big Ford 9000 (Ford Motor Co., Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division Corp.) / color- 1 reel / © October 6, 1969 One Man Listens (Remington Arms Co.) / bw- 1 reel / © February 3, 1941 One More Man (Lutheran Laymen's League) / bw-25m30s / September 29, 1953 (completed) One Of A Kind, WJR The Goodwill Station (WRJ- host: Lowell Thomas) / color (16mm)-22m / © September 16, 1966 / video: https://archive.org/details/1509WJROneOfAKind One Step Ahead (F.C. Russell Co.) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / January 14, 1949 (completed) One Step Further (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m / August 1, 1955 (completed) The 1 3/8" Slug Header (Braun Engineering Co.) / color (16mm)-17m / © October 6, 1969 130 Big Ford 9000 (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / color (16mm)-14m / © October 6, 1969 1-USA-'57 (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-10 shorts (1m each) / © June 28, 1957 Only Complete Low Priced Car (General Screen Advertising Playlets) / bw- 1 reel / August 10, 1936 (completed) Oooohs And Ahhhs! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-16m / September 26, 1955 (completed) The Open Door: The Story of Foreman Jim Baxter, His Family And His Job (General Motors Corp.- Haford Kerbawy) / bw-47m / September 25, 1945 (completed) Borderline featurette starring William Post Jr., Betty Kelley, George Matthews, Harvey Stephens, Loring Smith & Kirk Brown / video: https://archive.org/details/0503_Open_Door_The_Story_of_Foreman_Jim_Baxter_and_His_Family_The_13_01_02_06 Openers For Closing Truck Sales (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-29m / © October 17, 1969 Opening The Sale (Dartnell Corp.) / bw-30m / September 23, 1957 (completed) Operation And Maintenance (Bendix-Westinghouse Air Brake Co.) / color (16mm)-24m / © March 19, 1956 Operation Crossroads (U.S. Navy) / bw-27m / August 1946 / video: https://archive.org/details/Operatio1946 / video: https://archive.org/details/Operatio1946_2 Operation Installation (Pittsburgh Corning Corp.) / color (16mm)-21m / December 24, 1952 (completed) Operation Of Control Room (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / October 15, 1942 (completed) Operation Of Jet Aircraft Engines (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / March 24, 1949 (completed) Operation Of Radio Type, Sc. 1, Film 2 (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / September 11, 1942 (completed) Operation Of The Single-Arm Die (Braun Engineering) / color (16mm)-9m / © January 12, 1967 Operation Of The SO Radar Series (Raytheon Corp. & U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / January 6, 1944 (completed) Operation OK (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-11m / © November 16, 1960 Operation Prop Wash (Champion Spark Plugs) / color (16mm)-8m / May 13, 1959 (completed) Operation Rooftop (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m / March 24, 1958 (complete) Operational Flight Trainer (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / April 3, 1944 (completed) Operational Of The 5”/25 Caliber Gun, Gun Mark 17- Mount Mark 40 (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / September 1, 1944 (completed) Opportunity Unlimited (General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-10m / © January 4, 1950 Opportunity Unlimited (Remington Arms Co.- J. Cullen Landis) / bw- 1 reel / © January 21, 1942 Optimum Tillage (J. I. Case Co.) / color (16mm)-19m / © January 12, 1966 The Option To Buy (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-8m / © October 3, 1969 Order! Order! Prepare! Prepare! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-3m / © March 27, 1963 Organization And Cruising Instructions (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / February 1, 1948 (completed) The Orientation Of Private Bottle (CocaCola Co.) / Eastmancolor-1m / January 22, 1954 (completed) The Other Fellow (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-8m14s / February 14, 1937 (completed) Features popular star Edgar Kennedy in a comic educational. / video: https://archive.org/details/OtherFel1937 The Other Side Of The Picture (Dearborn Motors Corp.) / bw-18m / September 13, 1949 Our Car Of Cars (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-8m / September 18, 1954 Our Own Movie Stars (DeLuxe Theatre) / bw- 1 reel / September 18, 1936 (completed) Out In Front (United Motors Service, General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-31m / May 12, 1949 (completed) Out Of A Milk Bottle / bw- 1 reel / March 1934 Animated cartoon Out Of Orbit (Michigan State Board of Alcoholism) / color (16mm)-14m / © March 5, 1959 Out Of The Sea (Dow Chemical Co.- narrator: Vincent Pelletier) / bw- 1 reel / June 7, 1944 (completed) Out Of This World (E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / color (16mm)-22m29s / © March 15, 1954 / video: https://archive.org/details/OutofThi1954 Over Forty (Kretschmer Corp.) / bw-1m / © March 9, 1954 Over The Horizon (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-13m / November 2, 1949 (completed) Over The Waves (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m19s / © October 26, 1938 / video: https://archive.org/details/OvertheW1938 Over Your Head (Ruberoid Co.) / color (16mm)-19m30s / May 20, 1949 (completed) Overcoming Objections (Dartnell Corp.) / bw-31m / September 25, 1953 (completed) The Owner Relations Manager (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-32m / © October 20, 1966 Owners! Owners! Questions! Questions! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-5m / © March 27, 1963 Oxydol Goes Into High (Procter & Gamble Co.) / bw-22m / © September 28, 1938 / video: https://archive.org/details/oxydol_goes_into_high1938 P13 (Packard Motor Car Co. of Studebaker Corp., Maxon Inc.) / bw-3 spots / © June 1, 1954 P53 (Packard Motor Car Co. of Studebaker Corp., Maxon Inc.) / bw-3 spots / © June 1, 1954 P54 (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-27 spots / © May 24, 1954 P5M Marlin- Aircraft Systems (U.S. Navy) / bw-12m / June 6, 1953 (completed) P5M Marlin- Emergency Procedures (U.S. Navy) / bw-7m / May 15, 1953 (completed) P5M Marlin- Maneuvers, Normal Flight (U.S. Navy) / bw-12m30s / June 24, 1953 (completed) P5M Marlin- Take Off & Landing (U.S. Navy) / bw-17m30s / June 24, 1953 (completed) P6M-1 Sea Master (Glenn L. Martin) / color (16mm)-24m / May 6, 1954 (completed) PA-2. Page Detroit / color (16mm)-8m / © March 18, 1963 Pabst Sales Co. Trailer (Pabst Sales Co.) / bw- 1 reel / January 23, 1953 (completed) Pacemakers For Industry (Jervis B. Webb Co.) / bw- 2 reels / October 6, 1943 (completed) Pacesetters Sales Campaign (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-12m / © October 13, 1969 Packard '51 TV Commercials (Packard Motor Car Co. of Studebaker Corp.) / bw series (under 1m each) / October 23, 1950 (completed) Packard '51 TV Commercials (2nd series) (Packard Motor Car Co. of Studebaker Corp.) / bw series (under 1m each) / April 19, 1951 (completed) Packard TV Commercials '53 (Packard Motor Car Co. of Studebaker Corp., Maxon Inc.) / bw-5 shorts (under 1m each) / November 20, 1952 (completed) Packard '53 TV Commercials '53 (2nd series) (Packard Motor Car Co. of Studebaker Corp., Maxon Inc.) / bw-30+ shorts (under 1m) / January 5, 1953 (first completed) Packard '53 TV Commercials '53 (3rd series) (Packard Motor Car Co. of Studebaker Corp., Maxon Inc.) / bw-3 shorts / March 9, 1953 (completed) Packard '54 TV Commercials (Packard Motor Car Co. of Studebaker Corp.) / bw series (30s each) / © June 1, 1954 Titles: H-205 H-206 T-201 T-203 Packard Diesel Engine Model ID-1700: Special Features (U.S. Navy) / bw-11m / December 1, 1952 (completed) Packard Diesel Engine Model ID-1700: Starting Operation (U.S. Navy) / bw-9m / December 1, 1952 (completed) Pages From An Open Book (Metropolitan Life Insurance) / Technicolor-42m / April 15, 1948 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0729_Pages_from_an_Open_Book_05_00_55_00 Panorama Of Alloys In Steel (Climax Molybdenum Co of Michigan) / bw- 1 reel / November 23, 1938 (completed) Parade Of 1940 (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / December 18, 1939 (completed) Parade Of The Relays (American Telephone & Telegraph Co.) / bw- 1 reel / September 26, 1949 (completed) Partial Gastrectomy For Gastric Ulcer (University of Michigan) / bw- 1 reel / January 6, 1945 (completed) Partners (Ralston Purina Co.) / bw- 1 reel / May 27, 1948 (completed) Partners In Production (Dearborn Motors Corp.) / bw-14m / January 30, 1951 (completed) Partners In Progress (CocaCola Export Corp.) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / October 12, 1955 (completed) Partners In Prosperity (Ralston Purina Co.) / bw-12m44s / December 31, 1948 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/1593PartnersinProsperity Parts And Accessories (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-11m / October 23, 1950 (completed) Parts And Accessories (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor- 2 reels / November 19, 1953 (completed) Passing the Know-How Along (Training Within Industry, O.P.M.) / bw- 1 reel / March 1, 1941 (completed) Two versions made Pathways To Progress (Clark Equipment Co.) / bw-25m / September 14, 1944 (completed) Patrol Bomber Equipment (U.S. Navy) / bw- 2 reels / December 15, 1942 (completed) Later shown in 2 parts: Abandon Ship & Cruising Gear Pay Dirt (Dow Chemical Co.) / bw- 1 reel / September 28, 1940 (completed) Pay-off (Woman's Christian Temperance Union) / bw- 1 reel / © September 28, 1938 Peak Power (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / October 24, 1935 (completed) Pearl Harbor (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 2 reels / May 20, 1942 (completed) Two versions, one shorter (3m21s) / video: https://archive.org/details/PearlHar1942 Pearl Of The Orient (Coca-Cola Export Corp.) / color (16mm)-21m26s / © June 24, 1955 / video: https://archive.org/details/0772_Pearl_of_the_Orient_M03469_18_00_58_00 Peas In A Pod (Norge) / Technicolor- 1 reel / February 10, 1937 (completed) Peg-Leg Pedro (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- Frank Goldman; animation?: Thomas Baron, James Davis & Gil Turner) / Technicolor-9m17s / December 1, 1938 Animated cartoon / video: https://archive.org/details/PegLegPe1938 Penetrating Wounds Of The Abdomen (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-13m / July 6, 1953 (completed) The People Of Michigan Enact (The People Of The State Enact) (Greater Michigan Foundation) / color (16mm)-28m / © June 8, 1967 The People Of Strawberry Lane (J.M. Smucker Co.) / color (16mm)-23m / © September 14, 1977 The People You Meet (United Foundation of Metropolitan Detroit) / bw-13m / © January 1, 1963 People! People! Problems! Problems! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-3m / © March 27, 1961 The People's Choice (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-19m / © January 12, 1967 Pequot Sheets (Jackson & Co.) / bw series (1m each) / September 27, 1949 (completed) Titles: The Best Is The Cheapest In The Long Run The New Champ Quality Is Tough To Beat Pequot Sheets TV Commercials '50 (Jackson & Co.) / bw series (1m each) / March 24 & May 12, 1950 (completed) Pequot Sheets TV Commercials '50 (2nd series) (Jackson & Co.) / bw series (1m each) / July 21, 1950 (completed) Perfect Form (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Cinecolor-1m / August 27, 1940 (completed) Performance For Profits (J. I. Case Co.) / color (16mm)-31m / © February 15, 1965 Performance Plus (Mid-Continent Petroleum Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © June 22, 1940 Performance X-Tra (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-8m / © June 7, 1961 Permanent Investment (Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute) / bw- 2 reels / © October 8, 1952 A Personal Message (Trans World Airways) / color (16mm)-33m / © April 16, 1963 Personal Problems (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / © November 16, 1960 Perspective No. 1 & 2 (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-20m / © September 16, 1968 Perspective No. 3 (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-17m / © September 19, 1968 Perspective No. 5-8 (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-4 shorts (16m each) / © October 17, 1969 Pfeiffer Brewing Ads (Pfeiffer Brewing Co.) / bw-14 shorts (under 1m) / © January 18, 1954 Pfeiffer Chainbreaks TV (Pfeiffer Brewing Co.) / bw series / April 23, 1954 (first completed) Pfeiffer TV Autumn Chainbreaks Ads (Pfeiffer Brewing Co.) / bw series / October 15, 1953 (completed) Pfeiffer TV Springtime Ads (Pfeiffer Brewing Co.) / bw series / May 8 & 26, 1953 (completed) Pfeiffer TV Summer Ads (Pfeiffer Brewing Co.) / bw series / July 8, 1953 (completed) Pharyngeal Pedicle Graft To The Soft Palate (William A. Lange) / color (16mm)-15m / © September 22, 1952 Photographic Highlights: Ground-breaking And Dedication [Of] Fairless Works (U.S. Steel Corp.) / bw-19m / March 11, 1953 (completed) The Physiology Of The Kidney (Greater Michigan Foundation) / color (16mm)-7m / May 1967 Pick Of The Pickups (GMC Truck & Coach Division) / bw- 1 reel / 1956 Picked Clean (Dearborn Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / © January 4, 1950 Pickles P-12 (H.J. Heinz Co.) / bw-1m / April 16, 1958 (completed) Picnic (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / April 22, 1937 (completed) Picture Of Comfort (Harter Corp.) / color (16mm)-9m / October 20, 1952 (completed) Pinpoint For Profit (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-11m / © April 8, 1963 Pinpoint For Profit In Management (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-14m / © April 9, 1963 Pinpoint For Profit In Manpower (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-16m / © April 9, 1963 Pinpoint For Profit In Traffic (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-12m / © April 9, 1963 Pipe Dreams Come True (Oklahoma Natural Gas Co.) / color (16mm)-1m / August 5, 1949 (completed) Pipe Of Plenty (Michigan Consolidated Gas Co.) / color (16mm)-7m40s / July 26, 1948 (completed) Pittsburgh Paints TV Ads (Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.) / bw-6 shorts / November 19, 1954 (completed) A Place In The Sun (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-11m / © August 19, 1964 Places For Eight (Norge) / Technicolor- 1 reel / February 10, 1937 (completed) Plan For Disaster (American Telephone & Telegraph Co.) / bw- 1 reel / 1945 Plants And Research Laboratories of Houdry (Houdry Process Corp.) / bw-15m / © June 17, 1945 Includes Russian narration Play It Safe (Peninsular Grinding Wheel Sales Co.) / color (16mm)-24m / April 8, 1954 (completed) Playbill (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © October 10, 1940 Playing Grownups (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-1m / November 23, 1939 (completed) Point Of View (Olsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-19m / © June 21, 1965 Police Department Safety / bw- 1 reel / September 4, 1936 (completed) Police Field Day (Detroit Police Department- narrator: H. Golder) / bw- 1 reel / July 15, 1940 (completed) Police Go Into Action As Public Cheers / bw- 1 reel / July 10, 1939 (completed) Police Pursuit Driving (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-10m / © May 8, 1964 Pomona, Where All The Action Is (Oldsmobile Of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / © July 27, 1964 Pond Building (Dearborn Motors Corp.) / bw-27m / October 12, 1950 (completed) Pontiac Advertising Will Set The Pace For 1954 (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)- 2 reels / November 23, 1953 (completed) Pontiac AnscoColor Ads (Pontiac Motor Division of General Motors Corp.) / AnscoColor-2 shorts (under 1m each) / May 12, 1950 (completed) Titles: The Cooling System Engine Tune-up Pontiac Appearance (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-5m / September 20, 1955 (completed) Pontiac Car Names (General Motors Corp. of Canada) / Eastmancolor-4m / September 2, 1959 (completed) Pontiac Chase (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-2m18s / August 14, 1959 (completed) Pontiac Colors (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-6m / September 30, 1954 (completed) Pontiac Colors '56 (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-9m / September 20, 1955 (completed) Pontiac Demonstration (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-3m / September 15, 1955 (completed) Pontiac Engineering (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-9m46s / August 14, 1959 (completed) Pontiac Escort (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-under 1m / September 15, 1955 (completed) Pontiac For 1938 (General Motors Export) / bw-2 shorts / October 21, 1937 (completed) Pontiac For Pride And Performance (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © September 5, 1939 Pontiac Grand National Champ (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / April 5, 1957 (completed) Pontiac Interiors (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-9m26s / August 14, 1959 (completed) Pontiac Interiors For 1959 (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-7m / August 20, 1958 (completed) Pontiac Parade (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-2m / October 17, 1955 (completed) Pontiac Performance (Convention Film) (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-11m / August 31, 1958 (completed) Pontiac Performance (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-4m48s / August 14, 1959 (completed) Pontiac PFS (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-13m / October 5, 1955 (completed) Pontiac Pix Please Proud Papas / Architects Vie In Dealership Designs (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 1 reel / December 29, 1944 (completed) Pontiac Screen-Ads (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw series (under 1m each) / January 4, 1960 (completed) Titles: Aren't Any Flitter Grief Business Just More Headaches Let The Factory Not The Time Worth Considering Pontiac Skit For '54 (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-8m / November 21, 1953 Pontiac Trailer '49 (Pontiac Motor Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / November 23, 1949 Pontiac Transmission (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-5m / September 20, 1955 (completed) Pontiac Used Car Screen-Ads (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw series (under 1m each) / November 5, 1959 (completed) Titles: All that Dough Everybody Knows Full Report Simple As That Some Of These Days Time For Reconditioning Pontiac Ventura (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-2m / August 12, 1959 (completed) Pontiac's Advertising (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-9m / September 21, 1955 (completed) Pontiac's Engine (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-2m / September 20, 1955 (completed) Pontiac's Superior Power Performance (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-6m / January 18, 1956 (completed) Pontiac's Supreme Handling Performance (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-6m / May 20, 1955 (completed) Pontiac's Supreme Performance Under Extreme Conditions (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-5m / May 6, 1955 (completed) Pontiac's Supreme Power Performance (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-6m / May 27, 1955 (completed)
  21. The 1936 All American Soap Box Derby (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m31s / August 23, 1936 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0236_1936_All-American_Soap_Box_Derby_The_M00272_07_41_13_00 The 1941 Chevrolet (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- narrator: Geo. Watson) / bw- 1 reel / November 12, 1940 (completed) 1948 Chevrolet Screen-ads (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw series (1m each) / September 18, 1947 (completed) Titles: Easy Miles On Top of the World Rolling Service Special Service Transportation Unlimited You Can't Weigh Quality 1948 Oldsmobile Commercials (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw series (1m each) / © November 28, 1947 Titles: It's Smart To Own An Olds Oldsmobile First With GM Hydra-Matic Drive Smart Is The Word For Oldsmobile The Smart Way To Drive University of Michigan Football What A Thrill To Take The Wheel Of A Smart New Oldsmobile World's Simplest Way To Drive 1948 Oldsmobile Screen-ads (2nd series) (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw series (1m each) / © May 7, 1948 Titles: Simpler By 14 To 1 The Smart Way To Go Places What A Thrill World's Simplest Driving 1950 Range (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / AnscoColor-7m30s / December 30, 1949 (completed) 1950 Sales Conference (General Motors Acceptance Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / March 29, 1950 (completed) 1951 Chevrolet Commercials (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw series (1-2m each) / November 6, 1950 Titles: At Work And Play In Your Chevrolet The Big Thrill Easy Does It Eye Catcher Final Touch Game And Set High Climb Nothin' Like It Precision In Motion See The U.S.A. In Your Chevrolet 1952 Chevrolet Advertising (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m10s / November 30, 1951 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0621_1952_Chevrolet_Advertising_M02527_18_00_55_00 1952 Chevrolet Commercials (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw series (1-2m each) / © April 22-23, 1952 Titles: Favorite Everywhere Point View Smooth Rolling Treasure Hunting Wherever You Go You Can Do It You Can Use It 1952 Chevrolet Technicolor Screen-Ads (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor series (1-2m each) / © April 18-25, 1952 Titles: America's Best Sailor Early Morning Feature Picture Footloose And Fancy Free The Perfect Picture Pretty As A Picture Sky High 1953 Chevrolet Screen-Ads (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor series (1-2m each) / November 20, 1952 (first completed) Titles: The Biggest News Completely New Lights On Make A Wish Master Key Reigning Beauty Something New Star Bright 1953 Truck Convention Picture (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-23m30s / December 8, 1952 (completed) 1954 Chevrolet Screen-Ads (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor series (1-2m each) / September 29, 1953 (completed) Titles: Congratulations Happy Birthday Having Wonderful Time In All Your Dreams Let's Have A Picnic Lovely To Look At The Right Choice Something To Sing About Space Travel 1954 Pontiac TV Commercials (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw series / April 27, 1954 (first completed) 1955 Chevrolet Commercials (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw series (1-2m each) / © November 15, 1954 Titles: Beauty Of It Finest Of All Let's Serve Safety Prepared To Serve 1955 Chevrolet Convention (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-31m / May 5, 1955 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/Chevrole1954 1955 Chevrolet Screen-Ads (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor series (1-2m each) / September 22, 1954 (completed) Titles: All Star Performance Be My Guest Bright Tomorrow Do It Yourself First Date Here's Looking It's the Best Low And Behold The Master Touch The New Era On Time Perfect Timing The Right Road RX For Travel What's New? You Can Take It With You 1956 Chevrolet Screen-Ads (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor series (1-2m each) / October 7, 1955 (completed) Titles: Bon Voyage Keep Moving Moving Day On Parade On The Go Pay Load Plan Ahead Power Ready To Go Rolling Along Smart Move Sweet Music The Winner 1956 Chevrolet Screen-Ads (2nd series) (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor series (1m each) / © August 6, 1956 Titles: Ahoy Away We Go A Big Difference Blue Ribbon Carry On Fore Get Going It's Fun On The Ball Point 1958 Chevrolet Commercials (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw series (1m each) / January 7, 1958 (completed) Titles: Complainer Excuser Hothead Thin Skin 1958 Chevrolet Screen-Ads (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor series (1m each) / December 12, 1957 (completed) 1958 Oldsmobile TV Commercials (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw series / October 18, 1957 (completed) 1959 Chevrolet Screen-Ads (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor series (1-2m each) / September 24, 1958 (completed) Titles: All Hands Aboard Best Sellers! Big 1, Quiet 1, Thrifty 1 Big Power Breath-Taking Beautifully Practical Built For The Strong Haul Captive Wife Dream Boat El Camino: Star Of The Road First Choice Fresh! Fine! Fashionable Growing And Going Heads Or Tails Inside Tip Long Strong Line New Might! New Models! New Money-Saving Power Pick A Color Power For Every Payload Power For Every Purpose Power For Performance Power For Profit Power For Progress Sign Of Confidence Some Fun Something Old, Something New Surprise Take A Giant Step That Certain Feeling Wagons Ho Wagon Wonderland Wow! Yessiree 1959 Oldsmobile TV Commercials (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw series / November 7, 1958 (completed) 1959 Pontiac Commercials (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw series (1-2m each) / © March 27-29, 1959 Titles: Before You Start Factory Sore He's My In-Law It's All Dark, Dark Blue No U-Turn Problem, Please You Can't Find Them 1960 Chevrolet Screen-Ads (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor series (1m each) / September 17, 1959 (completed) Titles: Adventure In Style Crowd Stopper! Fresh As A Smile! Handsome 'N' Handy How Soft Is A Cloud? The Level Best Lively Is The Word! Open Season! Small Miracle Small Wonder Take A Giant Step Trail Blazers Turn On A Dime 1961 Chevrolet Screen-Ads (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor series (1m each) / October 1960 (© January 17, 1961) Titles: All Dressed Up And Ready To Go! Best Way To Go Fresh, Trim And Twenty Having A Wonderful Time Made With Tender Care More For The Money Ready For Business 1961 Chevrolet Screen-Ads (2nd series) (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-series (under 1m each) / © May 1-3, 1961 Titles: A Family Affair Friend Of The Family The Hired Hands The King Of The Mountain Perfect Partners Side By Side A Strong Right Arm What's The Big Attraction? 1962 Chevrolet Screen-Ads (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-series (1m each) / October 1961 (© May 12 & 17, 1962) Titles: Best Of The Breed Come And Get It Doctor, Farmer, Local Police Easy Does It His And Hers! Join The Fun A New World Of Worth Pile It On! Pizzas, Burgars Or Chicken Deluxe Power-Packed Right In Your Pocket! So Much In Common Something Just For You A Sure Bet! To Each His Own 1963 Chevrolet Screen-Ads (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor series (1-2m each) / October 1962 (© April 7-8, 1963) Titles: Any Town, USA Fresh Beauty He's OK! It's A Treat! It's Go For Chevrolet For '63, Exciting Signs Of The Times Smooth Sailing Splendid Chariots Sugar And Spice Wagons Aplenty 1965 Chevrolet Commercials (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-series (1-2m each) / October 1964 (© April 26, 1965) Titles: Are You Listening? The Bellwether Cold Eye Or Nice Guy Correction Please Double Standard Grapevine How was It Again? Lonely Or A Loner? 1 Lonely Or A Loner? 2 1970 Sales Planning Conference (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-5m / © December 3, 1969 1970 Series Announcement (J.I. Case Inc.) / color-24m / © October 31, 1969 97 Salon Secrets For The Home (William Esty Agency- Dorothy Gray) / bw- 1 reel / April 27, 1942 (completed) No Draft Ventilation (General Screen Advertising Playlets) / bw- 1 reel / August 10, 1936 (completed) No Ghosts (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m20s / July 15, 1935 (completed) Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/0797_No_Ghosts_M7860_06_16_49_00 No Horizons (Anheuser-Busch Inc.) / bw- 2 reels / © April 2, 1952 No Motor Too Hot (Mid-Continent Petroleum Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © April 13, 1939 No New Horizons (Anheuser-Busch, Inc.) / bw- 1 reel / December 31, 1951 (completed) Noiseless News (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- narrator: H. Golder) / bw- 1 reel / © December 6, 1939 Nor Long Remember (The Players- Charles E. Skinner) / bw-14m24s / October 13, 1941 (completed) One of the few dramatic shorts, recreating Lincoln's Gettysburg address / video: https://archive.org/details/nor_long_remember Norge On Parade (Norge) / bw- 1 reel / January 13, 1939 (completed) Not Too Hot To Handle (Walter Kidde & Co.) / color (16mm)- 2 reels / January 8, 1952 (completed) Notables for 1937 / bw- 1 reel / October 22, 1937 (completed) Now Is The Time (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) part c- 1 reel / October 21, 1939 (completed) Now We've Got It (CocaCola Co.) / bw- 2 reels / © February 3, 1940 The Number One Team (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-15m / © May 12, 1967 Nylon Cord N-44 Tires (E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1965
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M-18 Tank Destroyer (Buick Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / November 21, 1944 (completed) M.N. 955J Hashi #5 (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / April 5, 1943 (completed) M.T.I.- An Aid To Radar (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / August 7, 1946 (completed) Machining Of Magnesium (Dow Chemical Co.) / bw- 1 reel / October 1, 1951 (completed) Machining Of X (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / July 24, 1942 (completed) The Mackinac Bridge Diary (U.S. Steel Corp., American Bridge Division) / color (16mm)-28m / February 21, 1958 (completed) Magic In The Air (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- narrator: Vincent Pelletier) / bw-7m58s / December 15, 1941 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/Magicint1941 Magic In The Air (New Version) (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-8m12s / August 5, 1949 / video: https://archive.org/details/Magicint1955 The Magic Of Motion (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-15m / © January 22, 1968 Magic Of Steam: The Steam Turbine (Allis Chalmers Manufacturing Co.) / bw- 2 reels / © October 14, 1942 The Magic Of Training (Coca-Cola Corp.) / color (16mm)-12m / © January 12, 1966 The Magic Shelf (Campbell Soup Co.) / color (16mm)- 3 reels / November 3, 1952 (completed) The Magic Touch (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-11m / December 4, 1952 (completed) Magnesium, Metal From The Sea (Dow Chemical Co.) / bw- 3 reels / December 7, 1943 (completed) Revised April 8, 1947: This Is Magnesium The Mail-Flo System (Detroit Post Office) / bw-13m / © April 16, 1957 Main Battery Fire Control (U.S. Navy) / bw-2 shorts (1R each) / April 9, 1946 (completed) Maintenance Of The Coaxial Line (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / December 31, 1943 (completed) Maintenance Of The SO Radar Series (Raytheon Corp. & U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / August 16, 1944 (completed) Make 'Em Last (Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.) / bw- 1 reel / October 21, 1942 (completed) Make Your Place In The Sun! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-6m / © April 19, 1961 Making A Core Box For A Machine Base (U.S. Office of Education- narrator: Bud Mitchell) / bw- 1 reel / May 4, 1945 (completed) Making A Pattern For A Machine Molded Steel Globe And Angle Valve (U.S. Office of Education- narrator: Bud Mitchell) / bw- 1 reel / April 12, 1945 (completed) Making A Pattern Requiring A Cover Core (U.S. Office of Education- narrator: Bud Mitchell) / bw- 1 reel / March 27, 1945 (completed) Making A Pattern Requiring Box Construction (U.S. Office of Education- narrator: Bud Mitchell) / bw- 1 reel / May 4, 1945 (completed) Making A Pattern Requiring Segmental Construction (U.S. Office of Education- narrator: Bud Mitchell) / bw- 1 reel / March 26, 1945 (completed) Making A Pattern Using A Green And Dry Sand Core (U.S. Office of Education- narrator: Bud Mitchell) / bw- 1 reel / March 27, 1945 (completed) Making A Pattern, Core, Boxes And Assembling For Water-Cooled Motor Block (U.S. Office of Education- narrator: Bud Mitchell) / bw- 1 reel / May 4, 1945 (completed) The Making And Shaping Of Steel (U.S. Steel Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / February 13, 1940 (completed) Making Of A Shooter (Sporting Arms- Arthur Ellis) / color (16mm)-24m14s / March 23, 1942 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/Makingof1946 Making The Grade (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / August 30, 1940 (completed) Making Welded Pipe Line (A.O. Smith Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / August 15, 1944 (completed) Man Driving Stake (American Tobacco Co.) / bw- 1 reel / April 14, 1949 (completed) The Man From Tombstone (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-21m / June 29, 1956 (completed) The Man In The Grey Panel Truck (A. C. Spark Plug Division) / color (16mm)-11m / © April 16, 1957 The Man Next Door (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 18, 1935 (completed) Man Of Action (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-13m30s / April 15, 1954 Man On A Raft (American Tobacco Co.) / bw- 1 reel / April 14, 1949 (completed) Man On Horseback (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / February 5, 1938 (completed) Man To Man (Remington Arms Co. & Peters Cartridge Division- advisors include Chas J. Heale of Hardware Age; host: Clark Howat) / bw-24m13s / December 26, 1947 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/MantoMan1947 A Man To Remember (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-16m30s / February 2, 1954 (completed) The Man Who Sells (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-11m / October 30, 1953 (completed) The Man With The Trowel (Master Builders Co.) / color (16mm)-28m / © March 19, 1956 Managing Men To Sell Product (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-18m / © May 14, 1964 Managing Men To Sell Themselves - Managing Men To Sell The House (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-10m / © May 14, 1964 Managing The Family Income (Household Finance Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © April 7, 1941 Revised October 8, 1942 Managing Your Benefit Dollar (Marsh & McLennan) / color (16mm)-12m / © July 30, 1964 Maneuvering Board (U.S. Navy) / bw-28m / December 1, 1950 (completed) Manpower Stability (Summary) (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-28m / © October 1, 1969 Marathon Dealer Meeting (Marathon Oil) / color (16mm)-21m / October 16, 1969 A March Of Progress (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / color (16mm)-2m / January 18, 1954 (completed) Mark 14- Depth Charge (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / October 29, 1945 (completed) A Mark Of Quality That Sells (Libbey Owens Ford Glass Co.) / bw-15m / October 21, 1955 (completed) Mark V (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / August 13, 1945 (completed) Mark XIV Gunsight (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / November 7, 1947 (completed) Market Detroit (T.T.P. Corp.) / color (16mm)-10m / © October 6, 1965 Markets Are People (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- narrator: Mr. Fisken) / bw- 1 reel / © October 21, 1940 Revised January 16, 1941 A Marvel Of Gasoline Chemistry (Sun Oil- narrator: Lowell Thomas) / bw- 1 reel / © April 9, 1941 Master Deluxe For 1937 / bw- 1 reel / October 6, 1936 (completed) Truck Convention film The Master For 1936 (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / October 24, 1935 (completed) Master Hands (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- camera: Gordon Avil; editor: Vincent Herman; music: Samuel Benavie & Detroit Philharmonic) / bw-31m56s / April 21, 1936 (completed) National Film Registry entry. Views of the Chevrolet plant in Flint Michigan. / video: https://archive.org/details/master-hands-1936 Match Your Mood (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / color (16mm)-6m29s / 1968 / video: https://archive.org/details/match_your_mood Materials (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / March 7, 1938 (completed) A Matter Of Importance (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-11m30s / April 27, 1953 (completed) A Matter Of Management (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 10, 1941 (completed) A Matter Of Management (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 3 reels / © September 14, 1953 Max Fleischer News Flashes (Jam Handy- Max Fleischer) / bw-6m38s / 1944 Basically storyboard sketches drawn by an animated hand resembling the Out of Inkwell series decades before / video: https://archive.org/details/0585_Max_Fleischer_News_Sketches_05_53_16_00 Mayor Reading (Volunteers Of America) / bw- 1 reel / August 1, 1938 (completed) Measuring Up (Motors Insurance Corp.) / color (16mm)-21m / October 25, 1954 (completed) Meat Tender (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / January 6, 1939 (completed) The Mechanical Engineering (E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / color (16mm)-21m / November 25, 1953 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0652_Mechanical_Engineering_at_duPont_M02546_17_01_06_00 Mechanical Refrigeration: How It Works (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / April 13, 1944 (completed) Medicine On The Move (Eli Lilly & Co.) / color-5m / © December 9, 1968 Meet My New Partner (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / color (16mm)-15m / February 20, 1955 (completed) Meet The Family (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / October 7, 1941 (completed) Meet The Folks (Richfield Oil Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / April 25, 1941 (completed) Meeting The Challenge (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m / September 9, 1957 (completed) Member Of The Family (CocaCola Export Corp.) / color (16mm)-10m8s / October 12, 1955 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/MemberOfTheF Memories Forever, In Action (Bell & Howell Co.) / bw-8m / April 21, 1950 (completed) Men And Money (Household Finance Corp.) / bw- 3 reels / © March 4, 1940 Men I'd Like To Hire (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © March 4, 1940 Men Make Steel (U.S. Steel Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / May 18, 1940 (completed) Men Who Know (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-11m30s / September 15, 1950 (completed) Merchandising Service, Then And Now (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-9m / © April 16, 1965 Mercy College / bw-4m / November 12, 1956 (completed) Mesdames Engineering (Norge) / Technicolor- 1 reel / February 10, 1937 (completed) Message From The President (Coca-Cola Corp. bw-20m / March 4 1957 (completed) Messrs. Cole & Kelly Intro Swap Shop Program (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-180m / October 29, 1959 (completed) Metallurgy In Miniature (Hamilton Watch Co.) / color (16mm)-14m / August 27, 1951 (completed) Metallurgy, It's Contribution To Better Product Design (Mueller Brass Co.) / color (16mm)-23m / © February 18, 1965 Methods Of Attaching Flatpacks To Printed Circuit Boards (Weltek Division of Wells Electronics) / color (16mm)-12m / © November 9, 1966 Methods Of Navigation (U.S. Navy- narrator: Jack McCarthy) / bw-2 Parts (1 reel each) / May 18, 1943 (completed) Part 1: Tricks Of The Trade Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Trailer / bw- 1 reel / May 17, 1939 (completed) Michigan Means Business (Michigan Economic Development Dept.) / color (16mm)-13m / July 11, 1957 (completed) Michigan Story (Michigan Consolidated Gas Co.) / color (16mm)-29m / © May 17, 1962 Michigan Theatre Premiere / bw- 1 reel / October 19, 1939 (completed) Micro-organisms (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / March 13, 1939 (completed) Micromatic Hydro-O-Honer (Micromatic Hone Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / March 12, 1941 (completed) The Midas Touch (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-11m / © March 7, 1962 Mido WatchTV Spot (Silberstein-Goldsmith Agency) / bw-1m / January 15, 1951 (completed) Milestones Of Progress (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © November 1, 1939 Milk For Health (Milk Producers Association) / bw-6 shorts (half a minute) / © March 21, 1955 Millions Of Masterpieces (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 10, 1948 (completed) Mine To Metal (Aluminum Co. of America) / bw- 1 reel / August 11, 1942 Mine Warfare And Underwater Demolition Team Operation (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / May 26, 1949 (completed) Minesweeping The MSB (U.S. Navy) / bw-12m / February 6, 1958 (completed) Minesweeping The MSC (U.S. Navy) / bw-13m / February 6, 1958 (completed) Minesweeping The MSL (U.S. Navy) / bw-14m28s / January 6, 1960 (completed) Minesweeping The MSO (U.S. Navy) / bw-14m / February 6, 1958 (completed) The Mining And Preparation Of Anthracite Coal (Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Coal) / bw-8m54s / © September 28, 1938 / video: https://archive.org/details/0915_Mining_and_Preparation_of_Anthracite_Coal_00_29_35_20 Minnesota Mining TV Commercials (Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing.) / bw series / May 26, 1950 Miracle In Color (Dow Chemical Co., Latex Paint) / color (16mm)-15m / December 27, 1955 (completed) Miracle Makers (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 2 reels / August 28, 1940 (completed) A Miracle On Demand (Pontifical Assn. of the Holy Child) / color-37m / © April 28, 1961 Missionaries Of Tomorrow In Basic Training (Divine Word Films) / color (16mm)-16m / October 29, 1957 (completed) Mobile Logistic Support (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / November 18, 1955 (completed) A Model For Living (American Telephone & Telegraph Co.) / color (16mm)-14m / © April 22, 1968 Modern American Farming (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / color (16mm)-10m / October 19, 1954 Modern Business Management, A Probe (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-31m / © May 14, 1964 Modern Design (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-4 shorts (under 1m each) / © August 6, 1956 Modern Magic / bw- (AN: Popeye) September 17, 1937 (completed) The Modern Mariner (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-1m / © October 28, 1940 Modern Mode (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / September 19, 1937 (completed) The Modern Pioneer (International Business Machine) / bw- 1 reel / April 1, 1940 (completed) Modern Trends In Swine Production (U.S. Steel Corp.) / color-16m / © April 12, 1961 / video: https://archive.org/details/1669ModernTrendsinSwineProduction The Modern Way (Bayer-Semeson Co.) / bw- 2 reels / © June 22, 1940 Modes And Motors (General Motors Corp., Dept of Public Relations) / bw- 1 reel / October 27, 1937 (completed) Modification Of Radiation Injury In Mice (Atomic Energy Commission) / color (16mm)-9m / June 3, 1958 (completed) Molding Millions (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / September 23, 1937 (completed) More In '64 (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-9m / © May 14, 1964 More Jobs For More People in More Places (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / September 12, 1937 (completed) More Power To You (Sun Oil Co.- narrator: Lowell Thomas) / bw-9m7s / © April 13, 1939 / video: https://archive.org/details/MorePowe1930 More Precious Than Gold (Sheffield Steel Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © June 12, 1939 More Precious Than Gold (Revised) (Sheffield Steel Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / May 29, 1941 (completed) More Than Ever (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / October 23, 1937 (completed) More Than Light And Shadow (Sinai Hospital of Detroit) / color (16mm)-19m / © February 20, 1975 More Than Machines (Micromatic Hone Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / February 4, 1943 (completed) Most Important Business In The World (J.I. Case Co.) / color (16mm)-18m / © October 20, 1966 Most Important Connection (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m / July 13, 1949 (completed) Most Likely To Succeed (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-15m / © May 6, 1954 Mother Takes A Holiday (Whirlpool Corp.- cast: Elaine Hyman, Claudia Hall, Connie Taylor, Rod McLennan & others) / color (16mm)-28m44s / November 14, 1952 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0138_Mother_Takes_a_Holiday_M02584_04_00_40_00 Motorola Sales Convention (Motorola) / color (16mm)-19m / © October 6, 1969 Motors Holding (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 1 reel / November 20, 1937 (completed) Motors On Parade (Delco Products, General Motors Corp.) / bw-26m / May 16, 1950 (completed) Mountain (General Screen Advertisements) / bw- 1 reel / July 10, 1937 (completed) The Movable Bridge (U.S. Steel Corp.) / color (16mm)-28m / October 24, 1960 (completed) Moving To Larger Quarters (American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corp.) / bw- 3 reels / December 11, 1951 (completed) Mr. Belfie (Buick Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-5m / September 28, 1955 (completed) Mr. Black Talks Back (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / bw-20m / January 4, 1954 (completed) Mr. Caplan / bw- 1 reel / October 23, 1937 (completed) Mr. H. C. Bonfig, Vice President and Director of Sales (Zenith Radio Corp.) / bw- 2 reels / March 17, 1948 (completed) Mr. Hollers Spring Campaign For 1938 (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / March 29, 1938 (completed) Mr. Knudsen's D.A.C. Speech (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / January 15, 1940 (completed) Mr. Ragsdale Speech (Buick Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-5m / September 22, 1952 (completed) Mr. Smith Is Proud (E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / bw- 1 reel / January 9, 1942 (completed) Mr. Sutherlan's Speech (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-6m / November 19, 1956 (completed) Expanded April 20, 1957 Mr. Wolfram & Jinx Falkenberg (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-7m / January 5, 1956 (completed) Also a black & white 2m extract Mullinaires (Mullins Manufacturing Co.) / bw-10m / © February 18, 1954 / video: https://archive.org/details/Mullinai1953 Multi-Engine Plane Navigation (U.S. Navy, Bureau of Aeronautics) / bw-2 parts 3 reels / © July 5, 1943 Multiple Attacks In The Tail Cone (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / September 23, 1942 (completed) Muscle Power For Flight (Allison Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-20m / March 4, 1954 (completed) Muscle Power For Planes (Allison Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-11m / August 30, 1955 (completed) My Dad's Co. (Detroit Edison Co.) / bw-21m35s / January 18, 1946 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/MyDadsCo1946 Name Of The Game (Sinclair Refining Co.) / color (16mm)-3m / © March 13, 1967 The Name Of The Game Is Football (Coca-Cola Corp.) / color-11m / © October 20, 1969 Name Of The Game Is Green / color (16mm)-9m / © September 16, 1966 Narragansett Beer TV Commercials (Narragansett Brew Co.) / bw-8 shorts (under 1m each) / June 26, 1951 (completed) Narragansett Brew Co. '51 TV Commercials (Narragansett Brew Co.) / bw series (under 1m each) / February 15, 1951 (completed) Narragansett Brew Co. TV Commercials (Narragansett Brew Co.) / bw series (under 1m each) / May 18, 1950 (completed) National Foundation Of Infantile Paralysis / bw-30s / January 13, 1953 (completed) National Post-Tronic (National Cash Register Co.) / color (16mm)-31m / © April 16, 1957 The Naval Gun At Iwo Jima (U.S. Navy) / bw-12m32s / © June 28, 1946 / video: https://archive.org/details/26464TheNavalGunAtIWOJima The Naval Gun At Okinawa (U.S. Navy) / bw- 2 reels / © June 28, 1946 Navy Plan For National Security (U.S. Navy) / bw- 2 reels / December 29, 1945 (completed) Navy Wings Of Gold (U.S. Navy) / Eastmancolor-28m30s / November 15, 1957(completed) NCS-8 (General Electric Co.) / bw- 1 reel / September 10, 1951 (completed) Neatest And Sweetest (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-1m / © February 2, 1959 A New Adventure (Household Finance Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / November 6, 1935 (completed) The New Automatic Filmosound From Bell And Howell (Bell & Howell) / color-12m / © March 8, 1962 New Car Demonstration (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / January 13, 1950 New Car Features (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-2m10s / November 10, 1953 (completed) The New Chevrolet For 1939 (General Motors Overseas Operations) / bw- 1 reel / © November 3, 1938 A New Day (Metropolitan Life Insurance) / bw- 1 reel / October 24, 1937 (completed) A New Day (New Version) (Metropolitan Life Insurance) / bw- 1 reel / September 23, 1941 (completed) New Devices (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 1 reel / March 30, 1938 (completed) New End (Texas Co.) / bw- 1 reel / May 29, 1940 (completed) New England, Yesterday And Today (New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad) / bw-19m11s / © February 3, 1939 / video: https://archive.org/details/0315_New_England_Yesterday_and_Today_16_00_54_25 New Ford Tractor- Golden Jubilee Model (Dearborn Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-23m30s / October 22, 1952 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/6039_New_Ford_Tractor_The_01_01_04_00 New From The Ground Up (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-13m / September 14, 1954 (completed) New Headlines- New Horizons (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / Eastmancolor-18m / November 29, 1954 (completed) New High Performance U. S. Royal Master Tires Take To The Air (U.S. Rubber Co.) / bw & scope-8m / August 23, 1957 (completed) New Hustle! New Muscle! New Style (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / September 23, 1957 (completed) The New Model A-2 Pinsetter (Brunswick Corp.) / color (16mm)-10m / © February 27, 1961 New Neighbor (U.S. Steel Corp.- Haford Kerbawy; narrator: George Hicks) / bw-24m30s / January 9, 1953 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/NewNeigh1953 New Packard Car Announcements (Packard Motor Car Co. of Studebaker Corp., Maxon Inc.) / bw-6 shorts / January 7, 1954 (first completed) The New Pontiac For 1939 (General Motors Overseas Operations) / bw- 1 reel / October 11, 1938 (completed) New Safety Power Steering By Saginaw (Saginaw Steering Gear Division) / bw-2m / © January 25, 1957 A New Seven- Function Remote Control For Color (RCA Victor) / color (16mm)-5m46s / June 2, 1959 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/Televisi1961 New Star Performers (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-2m / © April 9, 1963 New Stars In Stereo (RCA Victor) / color (16mm)-3m / June 2, 1959 (completed) The New Story Of Phenothiazine (E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / color (16mm)-15m / January 13, 1955 (completed) The New Thrill (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / November 27, 1948 (completed) Revised January 11, 1949 The The New Thrill (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)- 3 reels / © April 15, 1952 A New Twist (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / color (16mm)-9m / © February 8, 1971 New UHF Conversion Flexibility (RCA Victor) / color (16mm)-5m / June 2, 1959 (completed) A New Viewpoint For We Drivers (General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-13m / © January 12, 1966 New York And New Jersey Buses (General Motors Truck Co.) / bw- 1 reel / May 11, 1940 (completed) New, New Automatic Filmosound From Bell And Howell (Bell & Howell) / Eastmancolor-6m / © March 8, 1962 New, Wide And Handsome (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-1m / February 19, 1958 (completed) News (Norge) / bw- 1 reel / March 24, 1937 (completed) News Of The Night (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / March 13, 1951 (completed) A News Report On The GM Dealer (General Motors Corp.) / bw (16mm)-25m / © October 20, 1966 Newsboy (General Screen Advertisements.) / bw- 1 reel / May 3, 1937 (completed) Animated cartoon Newsmakers In Radio For 1960 (RCA Victor) / color (16mm)-11m / June 2, 1959 (completed) A Next Big Step In Dynamic Owner Relations (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-11m / © March 27, 1962 Next Month's Profits (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © March 30, 1941 Niagara On Wheels (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-11m30s / November 7, 1949 (completed) Nicky Nome Rides Again (Chevrolet D.M.S., General Motors Corp.- F. Lyle Goldman) / Technicolor-7m38s / October 25, 1938 (completed) Animated cartoon / video: https://archive.org/details/0798_Nicky_Rides_Again_09_34_19_18 Nine Keys (Norge) / Technicolor- 1 reel / February 10, 1937 (completed) Nine Plane Formations (U.S. Navy, Bureau Of Aeronautics- narrator: Bob Hite) / bw- 1 reel / January 15, 1943 (completed)
  23. I Didn't Raise My Son To Be A Salesman (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-2m / © May 15, 1963 I Wonder (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 21, 1939 (completed) Ice Ability / bw- 1 reel / January 10, 1937 (completed) An Idea And Its Progress (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-32m / © June 7, 1962 An Idea And Its Progress Part 2 (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-36m / © February 27, 1963 Ideas In Action (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1966 IFF Mark 10 Coder Group (U.S. Navy) / bw-12m / December 30, 1956 (completed) IFF Mark 10 Decoder Group (U.S. Navy) / bw-36m / December 11, 1956 (completed) Also a 14m version IFF Mark 10 With S.I.F. (U.S. Navy) / bw-10m / October 29, 1959 (completed) IFF Mark 10- Aboard Ship (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / October 31, 1952 (completed) IFF Mark 10- AEW (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-10m / March 10, 1953 (completed) IFF Mark 10- Introduction (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / September 25, 1952 (completed) IFF Mark 10- Radar Test Set (U.S. Navy) / bw-22m / October 3, 1952 (completed) Ignition Engineered (Electric Auto-Lite Co.) / bw- 1 reel / May 9, 1940 (completed) Imagination Unlimited (Besser Co.) / color (16mm)-18m33s / © June 7, 1961 / video: https://archive.org/details/1161ImaginationUnlimited Impact '66 (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- host: Lorne Greene) / bw- 1 reel / September 1965 Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/0689_Impact_66_01_01_01_00 Impact: Rugged But Dependable (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / March 13, 1951 (completed) Impatient Little Boy (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-2m / © April 16, 1954 Imperial Line (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-20m / October 5, 1956 / video: https://archive.org/details/0252_Frigidaire_Imperial_Line_M03931_23_01_29_00 The Importance Of No And Yes (Michigan Education Association) / bw- 1 reel / October 19, 1948 (completed) Important Facts About Pontiac's Superior Handling (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-6m / January 17, 1956 (completed) Important Facts About Pontiac's Superior Performance (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-6m / February 17, 1956 (completed) The Impulse Payoff (E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / color (16mm)-26m / March 31, 1952 (completed) In Control (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-16m / September 16, 1966 In Defense Of The Nation (American Social Hygiene) / bw- 1 reel / March 28, 1941 (completed) In Your Town (United Drug Co.- J. Cullen Landis) / bw- 1 reel / © March 2, 1940 Industry's Greatest Marketing Job (Tax Foundation, NYC) / bw- 1 reel / December 3, 1941 (completed) The Inquiring Reporter (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / October 6, 1936 (completed) INRE No. 1 (U.S. Navy) / bw-23m30s / June 5, 1952 (completed) INRE No. 2 (U.S. Navy) / bw-27m / September 23, 1952 (completed) INRE No. 3 (U.S. Navy) / bw-16m30s / 1952 INRE No. 4 (U.S. Navy) / bw-21m / 1952 Inside Information (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-7m58s / © December 10, 1941 / video: https://archive.org/details/InsideIn1941 The Inside Story (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-11m32s / June 16, 1950 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0763_Inside_Story_The_02_15_18_03 The Inside Story (E.I. Du Pont de Namours & Co.) / bw- 1 reel / July 26, 1954 (completed) The Inside Story (Ray-O-Vac) / bw- 1 reel / © April 29, 1944 Inspirational Mr. Roberts (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-8m / October 7, 1955 Interchangeability, The Key To Mass Production / color (16mm)-5m / © April 1, 1967 Interiors For 1959 (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-7m / August 29, 1958 (completed) Interlochen (U.S. State Department) / bw- 1 reel / September 24, 1951 (completed) Intermittent Positive Pressure Breathing Using The Bennett Respirator / color (16mm)-3m / © December 18, 1967 International Brings Browns To Silver Street (International Silver- narrator: Conrad Nagel) / color (16mm)-20m19s / February 1, 1941 (completed) Into All The World (Lutheran Laymen's League) / bw-26m30s / October 27, 1953 (completed) Introducing The JD570 Motor Grader (John Deere & Co.) / color (16mm)-24m / © January 22, 1968 Introducing The New JD570, John Deere 'S Better Idea For A Motor Grader / color (16mm)-22m / © January 22, 1968 Introduction To M-2610 (Dearborn Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-28m / February 19, 1953 (completed) Introduction To Shipboard Heating, Ventilation And Mechanical Cooling (U.S. Navy) / bw-17m53s / March 25, 1952 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/IntroToShipHeat Introduction To T-34 (U.S. Navy) / bw-18m / October 10, 1956 (completed) Introductory Rocket Footage For Douglas Edwards Show (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / © April 16. 1954 The Invisible Protectors (Dow Corning Corp.) / color (16mm)-9m / August 8, 1956 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0570_Invisible_Protectors_The Iodine 131- Therapy & Diagnosis (Atomic Energy Commission) / color (16mm)-14m / June 3, 1958 (completed) Iron Country: Iron Core And Minnesota's Future (Lake Superior Industrial Bureau) / color (16mm)-21m22s / February 29, 1952 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/IronCoun1952 IS-106 Refrigerator- RS-38 Range (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw (16mm)-2m / © April 16, 1954 IS-108 Refrigerator- RS-70 Range (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw (16mm)-2m / © April 16, 1954 It All Depends (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / July 9, 1948 (completed) It Can Be Done (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-24m / © April 12, 1961 It Can't Be Done (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © May 15, 1940 It Could Be You (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / October 29, 1948 (completed) It Figures (Bendix-Westinghouse Air Brake Co.) / bw-10m / March 22, 1955 (completed) It Figures (Kraft Foods Co.) / color (16mm)-13m53s / December 13, 1954 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/6021_It_Figures_00_17_27_04 It Floats (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-5m43s / October 24, 1935 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0799_It_Floats_08_23_51_00 It Happened In Africa (Pontifical Assn. of the Holy Child) / bw- 4 reels / © February 18, 1954 It Happened Last Night (Kelvinator Division of American Motors) / color (16mm)-26m / July 8, 1959 (completed) It Happens Every Day (United Foundation) / bw-13m / © March 7, 1962 It Isn't Done With Mirrors (American Cyanamid & Chemical Corp.) / bw- 3 reels / © March 16, 1940 It Serves You Right (Swift & Co.) / bw- 3 reels / © April 23, 1948 It Takes Two To Make A Champ (Procter & Gamble Co.- narrator: Ed Thorgersen) / bw- 1 reel / December 16, 1938 (completed) It Wasn't Raining (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-23m / January 27, 1949 (completed) It's A Fact, No. T134-T138 (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-5 shorts (1m each) / March 13, 1952 (completed) It's A Good Bet (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-21m / May 9, 1949 (completed) It's A Habit! (Harter Corp.) / bw- 2 reels / June 17, 1948 (completed) It's A Hit (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © August 23, 1941 It's A Knockout (Burnswick Diamond, B.F. Goodrich Associated Lines) / bw- 1 reel / © March 27, 1941 It's A Snap! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / © October 4, 1941 It's A Treat! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-1m / © April 8, 1963 It's A Wonderful World (Hoover Co.) / color (16mm)-9m57s / June 29, 1959 (completed) It's An Ace (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / August 30, 1940 (completed) It's An Angel! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-28m / August 31, 1956 (completed) It's Been There Before (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m / September 22, 1955 (completed) It's Chevrolet For Me (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © July 23, 1956 It's In The Book (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-9m / © July 20, 1964 It's Magic (Whirlpool Corp.) / color (16mm)-4m / © July 30, 1964 It's New (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / October 24, 1935 (completed) It's Only Human (General Motors Acceptance Corp.) / bw- 3 reels / © April 2, 1952 It's Smart To Own An Olds (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / © March 7, 1948 It's The Buyer's Choice (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-18m / © December 3, 1969 It's The Top (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m57s / November 5, 1935 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0792_Its_the_Top_03_18_05_00 It's Time To Sell Creatively (Dartnell Corp.) / bw-23m24s / August 11, 1960 (completed) It's Up To Us (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 1 reel / May 29, 1941 (completed) Revised March 7, 1942 It's Your Future (Aluminum Cooking Utensil Co.) / bw-19m / May 12, 1950 (completed) Second version 14m It's Your Life (Traffic Safety Association of Detroit) / bw- 1 reel / December 7, 1948 (completed) It's Your Money (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-6m / October 12, 1949 (completed) It's Your Move (Westinghouse Electric) / color (16mm)-23m / © November 10, 1969 It's Your Pennsylvania- Keep It Growing (Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Commerce) / color (16mm)-26m / March 27, 1950 (completed) Its Up To Us (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 2 reels / June 9, 1943 (completed) J-2 Rocket (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / February 6, 1957 (completed) J-2 Rocket Engine (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / © January 12, 1959 Jamaica, Isle Of Progress (Reynolds Metals Co.) / Eastmancolor-11m / December 12, 1955 (completed) James M. Symes, President (Pennsylvania Railroad) / color (16mm)-16m / © April 16, 1957 Japanese And German Attacks Made On The Quarter (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / August 6, 1942 (completed) Jenuin Serviss (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / © March 25, 1948 Jet Age! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m / © February 11, 1957 Jimmy Of The Safety Patrol (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-11m19s / January 4, 1952 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/JimmyOfTheSafetyPatrol Jobs After Victory (Automotive Council) / bw- 2 reels / January 12, 1944 (completed) Joe's Kid (Veterans of Foreign Wars- Charles Wooldridge Jr.; cast: Karl Malden, Faith Avery & Rita Arlene McQuade) / bw-26m42s / November 12, 1946 (completed) Wartime mini-drama features a young Karl Malden in the cast. / video: https://archive.org/details/2190_Joes_Kid_M01617_00_21_55_00 John Paul Jones / color (16mm)-14m / © May 12, 1967 Johnny Pfeiffer Television Commercials (Pfeiffer Brewing Co.) / bw-4 shorts (under 1m) / © June 1, 1954 Join The Michigan State Troopers (Michigan State Troopers) / bw- 1 reel / January 18, 1943 (completed) Joining Of Magnesium (Dow Chemical Co.) / bw- 1 reel / October 1, 1951 (completed) Journey Into 1960 (General Motors Corp. of Canada) / Eastmancolor-4 shorts (1m each) / September 2, 1959 (completed) Journey To Yesterday (Detroit Historical Society Guild) / color (16mm)-19m / © February 27, 1962 Juanito's Story (Dept. of Health, Republic of the Philippines & Mutual Security Agency) / Eastmancolor-20m / May 11, 1953 (completed) Jump On The Bandwagon (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-41m / © March 8, 1962 Jumping Beans (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / February 2, 1938 (completed) Jungle (General Screen Advertisements) / bw- 1 reel / July 10, 1937 (completed) Jupiter Weapon Systems (Chrysler Corp.) / color (16mm)-20m6s / November 28, 1958 (completed) Just A Second (U. S. Tire Dealers Corp.) / bw-14m22s / December 24, 1938 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0998_Just_a_Second_01_35_35_18 Just A Spark! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m2s / June 23, 1937 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/JustaSpa1937 Just Imagine! (American Telephone & Telegraph Co.- Frank Goldman) / bw-10m27s / September 26, 1947 (completed) Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/JustImag1947 Just Like A Salesman Sells (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / color- 1 reel / December 13, 1940 (completed) K-26 (H.J. Heinz Co.) / bw-1m / December 3, 1958 (completed) Keep 'Em Flying (Hamilton Standard Propellers Division of United Aircraft Corp.) / bw- 2 reels / December 9, 1941 (completed) Keep 'Em Up (Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.) / bw- 1 reel / October 21, 1942 (completed) Keep Posted (Curtis Publishing Co.) / bw- 1 reel / March 11, 1949 (completed) Keep The Farm In The Family (American Petroleum Institute) / bw-6m / December 8, 1954 (completed) Keep Them Coming In (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © February 24, 1942 Keep Your Temperature- Hand Coloring (Blue Coal) / bw- 1 reel / September 27, 1937 (completed) Keeping Current In Plastics (E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / color (16mm)-27m5s / January 13, 1961 (completed) Kel-Stop, The Anti-Wheel Lock Braking System (Kelsey-Hayes Co.) / color (16mm)-13m / © September 25, 1968 Kelstar Disc Brakes For Trucks (Kelsey-Hayes Co.) / color (16mm)-17m / © April 24, 1970 Kelvinator Mini-Shorts (Kelvinator) / bw-6 shorts / February 9, 1938 (completed) Titles: Ice Wrestling Kitchen Tragedy Midnight Finance There Ought To Be A Law Trouble On Ice The Wrong Way Key To Our Horizons (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m46s / November 10, 1952 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/KeytoOur1952 The Kilowatt Trail (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / February 1, 1938 (completed) King Cotton (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel March 15, 1939 King Cotton (New Version) (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel June 27, 1949 / video: https://archive.org/details/0572_King_Cotton_Revised_Edition_23_34_49_00 The Kingdom Of Plastics (General Electric) / Technicolor-10m35s / September 14, 1945 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0583_Kingdom_of_Plastics_The_03_51_52_00 Kirsch Minute Movies (Kirsch Co.) / bw-3 shorts (1m each) / May 13, 1948 (completed) Titles: Beauty At The Window Beauty In The Room Smart Styling Kitchen Approved (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 28, 1936 (completed) Kitchen Beauties (Meyercord Co.) / Cinecolor- 1 reel / May 24, 1938 (completed) Kitchen Ensemble (Norge) / Technicolor- 1 reel / February 10, 1937 (completed) Kitchenaid, A World Of Difference (Hobart Manufacturing Co.) / color (16mm)-15m / © September 18, 1968 Kiwanis Club of Royal Oak / bw- 1 reel / November 18, 1949 (completed) Kleenex TV Commercials (Foote, Cone & Belding) / bw series / June 7, 1949 (completed) Knight Clubs (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-11m4s / September 25, 1936 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0690_Knight_Clubs_M00113_03_49_47_00 Knights On The Highway (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- host: Murray D. Van Waggoner) / bw-8m37s / June 14 1938 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/Knightso1938 Know The Difference To Sell The Difference In ABC (ABC Division) / color (16mm)-14m / © November 16, 1960 Know The Difference To Sell The Difference In Leonard (American Motors Corp., Leonard Division) / color (16mm)-14m / August 5, 1959 (completed) Know Your Car (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-43m / © October 13, 1959 Know Your Michigan (Murray D. Van Wagoner) / bw- 1 reel / September 26, 1940 (completed) Kretschmer Wheat Germ TV Commercials (Gleason Advertising Agency) / bw-5 shorts (1m each) / December 3, 1952 Additional one added Jan 29, 1953 The L-Phase, Some Essential Facts (EH Lily & Co.) / color (16mm)-6m / © October 22, 1969 L.S./M.F.T. (American Tobacco Co.) / bw- 1 reel / October 11, 1944 (completed) Revised September 28, 1945 L.S./M.F.T. (American Tobacco Co.) / bw-8m / © November 6, 1950 The Lady Who Couldn't Say No (E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / bw- 1 reel / June 4, 1937 (completed) Large And Small Business (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 1 reel / 1952 The Last Three Feet (United Drug Co- J. Cullen Landis & Richard Carver) / bw- 1 reel / © February 3, 1939 The Last Word (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m38s / November 29, 1948 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/88694ChevroletTheLastWord The Last Word First (Norge) / Technicolor- 1 reel / February 10, 1937 (completed) Last Word In Automatic Dishwashing (Mullins Manufacturing Co.) / bw-21m / May 31, 1950 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/LastWordInAu Late Quarter Attacks (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / March 2, 1943 (completed) Late Quarter Ranging Film (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / October 13, 1943 (completed) Laughs And Flashes / bw- 1 reel / March 17, 1936 (completed) Laughs And Flashes 2 / bw- 1 reel / May 21, 1936 (completed) Laughs And Flashes 3 / bw- 1 reel / June 3, 1936 (completed) Laughs And Flashes 4 / bw- 1 reel / August 29, 1936 (completed) Laughs And Flashes 5 / bw- 1 reel / October 5, 1936 (completed) Laughs And Flashes 6 (Jam Handy\) / bw- 1 reel / October 21, 1936 (completed) Laughs And Flashes 7 / bw- 1 reel / December 16, 1936 (completed) Laughs And Flashes 8 / bw- 1 reel / 1936 undetermined status Laughs And Flashes 9 / bw- 1 reel / December 16, 1936 (completed) Laughs And Flashes 10 / bw- 1 reel / May 11, 1937 (completed) Laughs And Flashes 11 / bw- 1 reel / May 20, 1937 (completed) Laughs And Flashes 12 / bw- 1 reel / July 1, 1937 (completed) Laughs And Flashes 2-1 / bw- 1 reel / July 31, 1937 (completed) Laughs And Flashes 2-2 / bw- 1 reel / September 9, 1937 (completed) Laughs And Flashes 2-3 / bw- 1 reel / September 16, 1937 (completed) Laughs And Flashes 3-1 / bw- 1 reel / November 1, 1937 (completed) Laughs And Flashes 3-2 / bw- 1 reel / December 1, 1937 (completed) Launching A Life Raft (U.S. Coast Guard) / bw- 1 reel / October 20, 1942 (completed) Laundry “It” (Norge) / Technicolor- 1 reel / February 10, 1937 (completed) Laying Off And Fitting A Centerline Stiffener #8 (U.S. Office of Education) / bw- 1 reel / February 16, 1942 (completed) Laying Off The Boundary, Stiffener, Water, Lines And Buttock Lines #7 (U.S. Office of Education) / bw- 1 reel / February 16, 1942 (completed) The Leader (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-7m19s / 1932 / video: https://archive.org/details/0677_Leader_The_05_48_01_00 Leader Line Styling (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-1m / September 9, 1941 (completed) Leadership In Action (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 13, 1940 (completed) Leadership In Action (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw-45m / © May 15, 1948 Lean-Muscled Might! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-2m / © April 9, 1963 Learning To Swim (U.S. Coast Guard) / bw- 1 reel / March 18, 1943 (completed) Leave It To Me (United Foundation) / bw-14m / © January 3, 1963 Leave It To Roll-oh (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-8m42s / © April 25, 1940 Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/LeaveItt1940 Left Behind (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-5m / © February 5, 1958 Less Stop! More Go! (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / color (16mm)-17m / © February 4, 1959 Let Love Come Last (Ladies Home Journal [Curtis Publishing Co.]) / bw- 1 reel / May 2, 1949 (completed) Let Yourself Go! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- host: Donald A. Laird, Ph.D. & Sc.D.) / bw-8m37s / November 29, 1940 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/LetYours1940 Let's Create Some Problems (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-21m / ©-Ma 10, 1967 Let's Get Off On The Right Foot (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-12m / © May 15, 1948 Let's Help Each Other (Toledo Community Fund) / bw- 1 reel / April 11, 1941 (completed) Let's Work Together (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / May 7, 1938 (completed) Life Of Christ (Christian Education Press & the Evangelical and Reformed Church) / color (16mm)-23m30s / December 4, 1953 (completed) The Life Of Riley (Kroger Co.) / bw-9m / July 22, 1949 (completed) Lifelines Of Michigan (Michigan Conference of Teamsters) / bw- 2 reels / © March 4, 1957 Lifesaving Nitrofurons (Hess & Clark) / color (16mm)-28m / March 1, 1956 (completed) The Light Of Day (Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.) / bw- 1 reel / November 11, 1941 (completed) Revised January 14, 1942 Lightweight Champion (Vermiculite Institute & Zonolite Co.) / color (16mm)- 2 reels / July 1, 1952 (completed) The Lightweight Champions (Homelite Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / April 1, 1944 (completed) Lilly Laboratory For Clinical Research, A Unique Institution (Eli Lily & Co.) / color (16mm)-5m / © December 9, 1968 The Limeograph (A.B. Dick Co.) / bw- 1 reel / December 23, 1936 (completed) Liquid Asset (National Carbon) / bw- 1 reel / June 25, 1935 (completed) Liquid Scintillation Counting (Atomic Energy Commission) / color (16mm)-13m / June 3, 1958 (completed) Listen & Care! Listen & Care! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-5m / © March 27, 1963 Little Journeys Inside General Motors, Central Office Engineering Staff (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 1 reel / January 3, 1944 (completed) Little Journeys Inside General Motors, Proving Grounds (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 1 reel / February 6, 1944 (completed) Little Packages Of Happiness (Beechnut) / color (16mm)-13m / © September 19, 1968 A Little Story (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw & silent- 1 reel / 1926 Living Stereo (RCA Victor Radio & Victrola) / Eastmancolor-7m46s / May 29, 1958 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0122_Living_Stereo_M04234_12_00_41_00 The Loaded Gun (General Tire & Rubber Co.- narrator: Frank Blair) / color (16mm)-8m13s / December 8, 1958 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0406_Loaded_Gun_The_M04301_00_00_56_00 Local Automotive Bumpers RI-60-229 (Reynolds Metals Co.) / bw-1m / © March 5, 1959 Local Automotive Grilles RI-60-231 (Reynolds Metals Co.) / bw-1m / © March 5, 1959 Local Automotive Integral Wheel RI-60-228 (Reynolds Metals Co.) / bw-1m / © March 5, 1959 Local Automotive Wheel Covers RI-60-230 (Reynolds Metals Co.) / bw-1m / © March 5, 1959 Logistic Support Force Operating Instructions- Maneuvers And Operations For Replenishing (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / May 17, 1948 (completed) Logistical Considerations (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / June 28, 1949 (completed) Logistics And Administration (U.S. Navy) / bw-10m30s / November 2, 1950 (completed) London Bridge (General Screen Advertising Playlets) / bw- 1 reel / June 10, 1936 (completed) Animated cartoon Look At Pontiac For 1954 (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-20m / November 19, 1953 (completed) A Look At The Leader (Minute Maid Co.) / color (16mm)-18m / © February 18, 1965 Look At The Records (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-3m / March 27, 1956 (completed) Look Who's Talking (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m30s / July 14, 1953 (completed) Looking Ahead (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / September 22, 1937 (completed) Looking Ahead Through Rohm And Haas Plexiglas (Rohm & Haas Co.) / color (16mm)-4m44s / © February 13, 1947 / video: https://archive.org/details/2323_Looking_Ahead_Through_Rohm_Haas_Plexiglas_M01582_07_40_05_12 Lost Sale In Slow Motion (General Motors Corp.) / bw-5 shorts (under 1m each) / January 8, 1959 (completed) Louder Than Words (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-10m / © February 18, 1965 Love (Ladies Home Journal [Curtis Publishing Co.]) / bw- 1 reel / April 25, 1949 (completed) Lovely To Look At (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Cinecolor-1m / August 27, 1940 (completed) Low Altitude Attacks (Part 4: Practice Dive) ( (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / April 3, 1943 (completed) Low Cost (Duquesne Light Co.) / bw-1m / © February 23, 1954 The Low Down (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © April 20, 1940 Lucky Junior (Michigan State Medical Center) / bw-10m7s / August 25, 1948 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0578_Lucky_Junior_M01695_13_52_12_00 Lucky Salesmen's Movie '48 (American Tobacco Co.) / bw- 1 reel / September 8, 1948 (completed) Lucky Strike Means Fine Tobacco (American Tobacco Co.) / bw- 1 reel / February 26, 1942 (completed) Revised October 14 Lucky Strike Means Fine Tobacco '43 (American Tobacco Co.) / bw- 1 reel / September 22, 1943 (completed) Lucky Strike Means Fine Tobacco '46 (American Tobacco Co.) / bw- 1 reel / October 6, 1946 (completed) Lucky Strike Salesmen's Movie '49 (American Tobacco Co.) / bw-8m30s / November 11, 1949 (completed) Plus TV ads Lucky Strike Salesmen's Movie (American Tobacco Co.) / bw- 1 reel / October 17, 1947 (completed) Revised April 19, 1948 Lucky Strikes Commercial Marching Cigarettes / bw-2 shorts (1m1s/57s) / August 1948 Animated cartoons / video: https://archive.org/details/LuckyStr1948 Lucky Strikes Commercial Square Dance / bw-1m / July 26, 1948 Animated cartoon / video: https://archive.org/details/LuckyStr1948_2 Lucky You (CocaCola Co.) / color (16mm)-18m / July 1, 1958 (completed) Luxury (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-6m / © September 15, 1966 LZ-999 Vs. Go-707 (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw (16mm)-13m / © March 14, 1962
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G-Forces TF 1-8194 (U.S. Air Force) / Eastmancolor-28m25s / 1962 / video: https://archive.org/details/0604_G_Forces_TF_1-8194_M05162_01_00_59_00 Gag Reel For Convention (National Cash Register) / bw- 1 reel / January 23, 1941 (completed) Game Set (American Tobacco Co.) / bw-3 shorts / October 17, 1948 (completed) Game Set (2nd series) (American Tobacco Co.) / bw series (under 1m each) / September 1, 1949 (first batch) Game Set, No. 2 (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-2 shorts (1m each) / © May 6, 1954 The Garden For All Seasons (Bellingrath-Horse Foundation) / color (16mm)-26m / © March 3, 1977 Gear For Minesweeping Moored Mine (U.S. Navy) / bw-20m42s / March 9, 1960 (completed) General Automechanics (Raybar Technical Films) / color-4 shorts (120m total) / 1983 General Electric Trailer (General Electric Co.) / bw- 1 reel / June 14, 1946 (completed) General Electric TV Commercials (General Electric Co.) / bw-6 shorts (under 1m each) / September 10 & Oct 3, 1951 (completed) General Electric TV Commercials (General Electric Co.) / bw-8 shorts (under 1m each) / March 13, 1951 (first completed) First 3 titles: Refrigerator Spacemaker Swivel Top Vacuum Cleaner #1006 Cleaner General Electric TV Commercials (General Electric Co.) / bw series (under 1m each) / January 15, 1951 (first completed) General Motors High Lights (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / March 17, 1944 (completed) General Motors Institute (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 3 reels / October 19, 1944 (completed) General Motors News Parade #1 (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 1 reel / March 15, 1944 (completed) General Motors News Parade #2 (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 1 reel / June 3, 1944 (completed) General Motors News Parade #3 (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 1 reel / August 31, 1944 (completed) General Motors Presents Its President William S. Knudsen (General Motors Sales Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / June 9, 1938 (completed) General Motors Quarterly Clubs (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © April 28, 1944 General Motors Training Program (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / June 28, 1942 (completed) General Motors Travelogue #1-4: Along The Great Silk Route (General Motors Sales Corp.) / bw-4 shorts / June 30, 1941 (completed) General Motors Travelogue #5 & #6: India (General Motors Sales Corp.) / bw-2 shorts / June 30, 1941 (completed) General Motors War Products Training Program (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 3 reels / April 27, 1943 (completed) General Tractor Tire (General Tire & Rubber) / color (16mm)-16m / November 6, 1959 (completed) Generator (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / June 6, 1945 (completed) Get Going (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- Rockwell Barnes) / bw-7m19s / April 24, 1936 Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/0762_Get_Going_04_29_26_00 Get Right To The Point, For Fun (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-14m / © May 14, 1964 Getting Away From The Ship (U.S. Coast Guard) / bw- 1 reel / September 24, 1942 (completed) Getting The Job Done (Mobil Oil Corp.) / color (16mm)-19m / © January 26, 1970 Giant Value / bw- 1 reel / March 30, 1936 (completed) Gift Of A Name (Pontificial Assn. of the Holy Child) / color (16mm)-31m / August 8, 1958 (completed) Gillett Father's Day Ad (Maxon, Inc.) / bw-1m / June 4, 1953 The Girl On The Magazine Cover (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-8m48s / October 5, 1940 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/Girlonth1940 Girl Takes Boy (Drene) / bw- 1 reel / June 2, 1937 (completed) Give And Take (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-12m / © March 4, 1957 Give Us This Day: Story Of Bread (American Baking Institute & Anheuser Busch) / bw- 2 reels / © April 26, 1940 Revised December 6, 1941 Give Yourself The Green Light (General Motors Public Relations) / color (16mm)-22m19s / © May 6, 1954 / video: https://archive.org/details/GiveYour1954 Giving A Shop Demonstration (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / December 8, 1941 (completed) Revised December 31, 1947 Glen Gray And His Casa Loma Orchestra (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / September 7, 1937 (completed) GM 1960 TV Newsreel (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 1 reel / September 11, 1959 GM Sales Power Program (General Motors Corp.) / bw series / October 21, 1958 (completed) Titles: Be Back Sales Power Program The Walk In- I Know About The Car The Walk In- I Want A Deal The Walk In- Just Looking GM Truck Newsreel (GMC Truck & Coach Division) / bw-37m / September 17, 1956 (completed) GMC Tilt Cab (General Motors Corp. of Canada) / Eastmancolor-2m / September 2, 1959 (completed) GMC Truck Mo. SF (General Motors Corp. of Canada) / Eastmancolor-10m / September 2, 1959 (completed) Go With Glamour (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-7m / © May 14, 1964 Goal To Go (Buick Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © October 26, 1938 Going Places (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / October 24, 1935 (completed) Going Places (National Carbon) / bw- 1 reel / June 22, 1936 (completed) Going Places With Westinghouse (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 28, 1936 (completed) Going To Be Good (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-1m / © November 14, 1954 Gold Bell Gift Stamps TV Commercials (W.B. Doner) / bw series / May 10, 1955 (first completed) The Gold Rush (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-1m / © April 26, 1940 Golden Jubilee Trailer (Highland Park) / bw- 1 reel / June 1, 1939 (completed) Golden Opportunity (Brunswick Corp.) / color (16mm)-14m32s / © May 8, 1964 (completed '63) / video: https://archive.org/details/6039_Golden_Opportunity_01_24_56_15 The Golden Years (Brunswick Corp.) / color (16mm)-14m36s / 1960 / video: https://archive.org/details/0151GoldenYearsThe17392204 Golf Hazards (Bayer-Semesan Co.) / bw- 1 reel / April 13, 1940 (completed) Good Hunting (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m / October 21, 1950 (completed) Good Looking (General Motors Sales Corp.) part Technicolor- 1 reel / © November 3, 1938 Good Neighbors (Minnesota Star Journal & Tribune) / bw-21m53s / August 22, 1944 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/GoodNeig1944 Good News From Your Frigidaire Dealer (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw-5m30s / October 17, 1956 Goodwill Story (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-19m30s / © May 6, 1954 Governor Murphy Compensation Speech / bw- 1 reel / October 27, 1938 (completed) The Gradumet Story (Abbott Laboratories) / color (16mm)-11m / © January 12, 1966 A Grain Of Salt (Morton International) / color (16mm)-29m / © November 15, 1968 Gramps, The Old Pro In Getting Set For Sales (Queen Products of King-Seeley Thermos) / color (16mm)-16m / © March 19, 1962 Grand Finals (International Business Machine) / bw- 1 reel / August 18, 1942 (completed) Grandma Goes To School (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)- 30m / August 27, 1951 (completed) Grandma Goes To Town (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)- 30m / February 28, 1949 (completed, © April 21, 1952) Grandma Keeps 'Em Flying (Curtiss Wright) / bw-2m / May 3, 1944 (completed) Filmed in Beaver County, Pennsylvania / video: https://archive.org/details/CurtissW1944 Grandma's Present (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / December 3, 1941 (completed) Grape Nuts TV Commercials (Grape Nuts) / bw-3 shorts (under 1m each) / August 2, 1951 (completed) The Great Circle (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- Luther Reed; cast: Gen. William E. Mitchell) / bw- 2 reels / April 25, 1934 (Film Daily lists as in production) Great New Star (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-12m16s / December 1, 1952 (completed) Features Dinah Shore / video: https://archive.org/details/GreatNew1952 Great News (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m30s / October 7, 1954 (completed) Great Railroad At Work (New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad- narrator: Lowell Thomas) / bw-39m37s / © July 2, 1942 Revised November 27 / video: https://archive.org/details/0519_Great_Railroad_at_Work_A_M01045_03_01_05_24 Grenadier Consolidated Coal Co. Trailer / bw- 1 reel / February 13, 1939 (completed) Ground Breaking Ceremony (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / February 22, 1946 (completed) Growing Children (Kretschmer Corp.) / bw-1m / © March 9, 1954 Growing With Hoover (Hoover Co.) / color (16mm)-4m / © December 9, 1968 Gruen Watch Co. (Grey Advertising) / bw-1m / February 17, 1949 (completed) Guaranteed O.K. Tag (General Screen Advertising Playlets) / bw- 1 reel / June 10, 1936 (completed) Guard That Convoy (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / February 22, 1943 (completed) The Gunfire Control System Mark 57 (U.S. Navy) / bw-2 shorts (1 reel each) / July 8, 1949 (completed) Revised (inserted scenes) January 3, 1955 Gunsight Mark 23 Operation (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / July 10, 1946 (completed) Hall Of Wonders (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-11m30s / May 25, 1953 (completed) Halo Shampoo (Sherman & Marquette) / bw-1m / August 29, 1950 (completed) Halo Shampoo #2 (Sherman & Marquette) / bw-1m / November 10, 1950 (completed) Hand Sawing (U.S. Navy, Aviation Service) / bw- 2 reels / May 14, 1942 (completed) Handing It Back (U.S. Navy, Aviation Service) / bw-12m50s / © July 18, 1942 / video: https://archive.org/details/33754HandingItBackVwr_201804 Handle With Pride (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / April 27, 1938 (completed) Handling A Life Boat Under Oars #1 (U.S. Coast Guard) / bw- 1 reel / October 28, 1942 (completed) Handling A Life Boat Under Oars #2 (U.S. Coast Guard) / bw- 1 reel / December 3, 1942 (completed) Handling The Unexpected (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-13m / © May 8, 1964 Hands Across The Ocean (Pontificial Assn. of the Holy Child) / bw-24m / February 7, 1956 (completed) Happily Ever After (Household Finance Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / August 1, 1938 (completed) Happily Ever After (Oldsmobile Of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-13m / © April 11, 1966 Happy 50th Anniversary To All Of Us (Sinclair Refining Co.) / color (16mm)-17m / © April 11, 1966 Harnessed Lightning (General Motors Corp., Allison Division) / color (16mm)-16m / May 9, 1950 (completed) Harvestore Beef Feeding Systems (Smith Harvestore Products) / color (16mm)-13m / © December 6, 1968 A Haul Of Fame (General Motors Sales Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © November 13, 1939 He Got The Job (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / January 25, 1941 (completed) He Rings The Bell (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / Eastmancolor-1m / © June 24, 1955 The Head Man (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-12m / © March 7, 1951 / video: https://archive.org/details/78474TheHeadMan Head On (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-8m52s / February 12, 1938 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0797_Head_On_M00439_06_07_48_00 Heading Up The Heavy Duties (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-6m / November 8, 1949 (completed) A Heap O' Livin' (Household Finance Corp- Louis Marlowe & W. Kislingbury) / bw- 1 reel / © May 8, 1939 The Heart Of Our Business (General Motors Acceptance Corp.) / bw-18m / March 31, 1953 (completed) The Heart Of Show Business (Variety Club) / bw- 1 reel / April 26, 1939 (completed) Heat For The Iron (United Motors Service, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © August 3, 1940 Heat Takes A Holiday (U. S. Tire) / bw- 1 reel / March 27, 1939 (completed) Heaven Can Wait (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-17m / © April 16, 1957 Heaven To Earth (Church of God) / bw-40m / June 20, 1955 (completed) Heavy Duty Truck (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-12m / February 16, 1955 Heavy Machine Gun Fire Control Radar (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / January 30, 1946 (completed) Heavy-Duty Performance Picture (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor- 1 reel / © March 23, 1956 Heights And Depths (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-8m18s / February 3, 1937 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0792_Heights_and_Depths_M00419_03_01_00_00 Heinz Commercial S-13-R1 (H.J. Heinz Co.) / bw-1m / March 21, 1956 Heinz Ketchup Booklet, K-13 (H.J. Heinz Co.) / bw-3m / February 18, 1957 (completed) Heinz Soups (H.J. Heinz Co.) / bw-3m / © August 27, 1956 Help Wanted (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 2 reels / © February 25, 1939 Revised? August 30, 1940 Help Wanted (U.S. Public Health Service & Johnson & Johnson) / bw- 2 reels / July 20, 1942 (completed) Help Yourself (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-11m / October 31, 1950 (completed) Help Yourself Beat The Heat (U.S. Steel Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / August 30, 1945 (completed) Helping You Sell (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m3s / October 6, 1937 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/HelpingY1937 Heparin In The Prevention And Treatment Of Thrombosis (Upjohn Co.) / color (16mm)-26m30s / November 20, 1950 (completed) Here Is Mass Selling At Work / bw- 1 reel / March 17, 1936 (completed) Follow-up: Here There Is Mass Selling At Work Here To There (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-14m / © April 2, 1961 Here's How (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-14m / November 21, 1956 (completed) Here's Looking! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-8m34s / © January 22, 1940 / video: https://archive.org/details/HeresLoo1939 Here's Why Best Bet's Buick (Buick Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 2 reels / August 25, 1939 (completed) Hi Speed Application (General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-7m / January 17, 1956 (completed) Hi-Jackers (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / November 3, 1937 (completed) The Hidden Harvest (Ralston Purina Co.) / bw-40m56s / October 27, 1935 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0340_Hidden_Harvest_17_01_00_08 Hidden Heart Trailer (Methodist Church) / bw-2m45s / December 1, 1953 (completed) Hidden Values (American-Standard) / color (16mm)-19m / May 2, 1955 (completed) High Altitude Flight (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-22m / November 15, 1951 (completed) High And Low Altitude Emergency Procedure In T-34 (U.S. Navy) / bw-13m / July 30, 1957 (completed) High Angle Attacks (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / March 19, 1952 (completed) High Lights (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / September 14, 1943 (completed) High Moisture Corn For Dairy Cattle (Smith Harvestore Products) / color (16mm)-12m / © December 9, 1968 High Moisture Corn For Hogs (Smith Harvestore Products) / color (16mm)-10m / © December 9, 1968 High Speed Applications (General Motors Corp., Engineering Staff) / color (17mm)-7m / January 17, 1955 (completed) Highway Adventure (State Highway) / bw- 1 reel / September 22, 1937 (completed) Highway Safety (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / July 7, 1937 (completed) Hillsborough With New Hideaway Styling: Another TV Newsmaker For 1960 (RCA Victor) (16mm)-2m33s / June 2, 1959 (completed) Hired! (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-8m12s / September 7, 1940 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/Hired1940 Hitting The Roof (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / June 6, 1936 (completed) Hold Everything (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- Frank Goldman) / bw-13m39s / October 10, 1936 (completed) Part animation Hold It, Please (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © March 20, 1941 Holiday For Bill (Dearborn Motors Corp.- Haford Kerbawy; cast: Hazel Dawn Jr., Paul Langton, Cal Thomas, Paula MacLean & Gordon Clarke) / bw-31m / September 5, 1951 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/Holidayf1951 / video: https://archive.org/details/Holidayf1951_2 The Holy Priesthood (Divine Word Films) / color (16mm)-30m / December 26, 1956 (completed) Home Is What You Make It (Whirlpool Corp.) / color-16m / © December 3, 1969 Home Is Where You Park It (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-22m / © May 17, 1962 The Home Of Champions (Ralston Purina Co.) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / © October 15, 1947 Home On Beach (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / December 3, 1941 (completed) Home Town, Chicago (U.S. Steel Supply) / bw- 1 reel / March 27, 1952 (completed) Hone Abrading Process (Micromatic Hone Corp.) / bw- 3 reels / February 3, 1943 (completed) The Honing Operations (Micromatic Hone Corp.) / bw- 4 reels / January 1, 1943 (completed) Honing Steps Ahead (Micromatic Hone Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © November 17, 1944 An Honorary Doctor's Degree In Driving (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m / September 4, 1952 (completed) Honoring The Modern Pioneer (International Business Machines Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © May 3, 1940 Hoods Up! (Fram Corp.) / color (16mm)-26m / March 1, 1949 (completed) Hook Line And What Knot? (E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / color (16mm)-14m / July 27, 1959 (completed) Hoover Company Profile (Hoover Co.) / color (16mm)-24m17s / © May 8, 1964 / video: https://archive.org/details/0576_Co._Profile_18_29_43_00 Horse Sense (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor- 1 reel / October 7, 1941 (completed) Horsepower (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-8m57s / September 16, 1937 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0792_Horsepower_M00251_03_31_16_00 Hospital Dental Service, Today & Tomorrow (American Dental Association) / color (16mm)-27m / © January 12, 1966 The Hot Rolling Of Steel Sheets (U.S. Steel Corp.) / Eastmancolor-9m21s / © April 19, 1961 The Hothead (General Motors Sales Corp.) part Technicolor-4m7s / © February 18, 1939 / video: https://archive.org/details/0797_Hot_Head_The_M00551_06_51_00_00 Hotpoint Ozzie & Harriet TV Commercials (Maxon Inc.) / bw series / March 5, 1953 (first completed) Hotpoint TV Commercials (Maxon Inc.) / bw-8 shorts (1-2m each) / November 11 & Dec 5, 1952 (completed) First four titles: Automatic Washer Clothes Dryer Dishwasher RD-19 Range Hotpoint TV Commercials '53 (Maxon Inc.) / bw-10 shorts (under 1m each) / January 9, February 16 & April 7, 1953 (completed) Hotpoint TV Commercials 2881-2887 (Maxon Inc.) / bw series / March 30, 1953 (completed) House Of Storm / What Is Mental Illness? (Ladies Home Journal [Curtis Publishing Co.]) / bw- 1 reel / March 31, 1949 (completed) The House Of The Good Shepherd (Open Heart Fund Of Detroit) / bw- 1 reel / © June 12, 1939 The House On High Street (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-20m / © March 15, 1965 Household Finance Short 2 (Household Finance Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / March 9, 1936 (completed) Household Finance Trailer (Household Finance Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / May 4, 1937 (completed) How A Watch Works (Hamilton Watch Co.) / color (16mm)-19m18s / November 29, 1949 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/HowaWatc1949 How Am I Going To Pay For It? (Dearborn Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-13m / November 9, 1954 (completed) How Big Is A Man? (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-11m / March 12, 1958 (completed) How Do You Do (Whitehead Metal Products Co.) / bw- 1 reel / February 29, 1940 (completed) How Do You See It? (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / October 8, 1936 (completed) How Is The Time (Falstaff Brewing) / colororp.) / bw- 1 reel / February 26 1942 (completed) How It's Built (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / January 6, 1938 (completed) Revised January 7, 1939 How Many Meals To The Moon? (Whirlpool Corp.) / color (16mm)-21m / © November 18, 1968 How To Braze Aluminum (Aluminum Co. of America) / bw- 1 reel / © August 7, 1946 How To Build Value (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © May 8, 1964 How To Buy A Car (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m51s / November 27, 1953 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/78504HowToBuyACar How To Buy A Used Car (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-14m / © February 27, 1963 How To Buy A Used Car (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-(16mm)-16m / © December 9, 1968 How To Buy Value (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-31m / © May 14, 1964 How To Fly The P-47: Ground Handling, Take Off, Normal Flight (Republic Aircraft Corp.) / bw-24m37s / October 16, 1943 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/HowtoflytheP-47 How To Fly The P-47: High Altitude Flight And Aerobatics (Republic Aircraft Corp.) / bw-21m6s / October 15, 1943 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/HowtoflytheP-47 How To Fly The P-47: Pilot Familiarization (Republic Aircraft Corp.) / bw-22m58s / October 19, 1943 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/HowtoflytheP-47 How To Get the Most Out Of Your Refrigerator And Make It Last Longer (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 3 reels / August 14, 1943 (completed) Revised March 28, 1947 How To Get Where You Want To Go (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-25m / © July 30, 1964 How To Go Places (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- host: Gale Storm) / bw-10m40s / © June 7, 1954 / video: https://archive.org/details/HowtoGoP1954 How To Influence Customers And Win Sales (Associated Lines of the B. F. Goodrich Co.) / bw- 2 reels / February 12, 1940 (completed) How To Listen To... New Dimensions In Sound (Radio Corp. of America) / color (16mm)-17m56s / © June 24, 1957 / video: https://archive.org/details/0105_How_to_Listen_To_New_Dimensions_in_Sound_M04056_17_12_23_00 How To Machine Aluminum (Aluminum Co. of America) / bw- 3 reels / June 26, 1942 (completed) How To Make Sludge (Sinclair Refining Co.) / color (16mm)-29m / © July 30, 1964 How To Manage A Manager (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-22m / © March 27, 1963 How To Rivet Aluminum (Aluminum Co. of America- narrator: F. Ferguson) / bw- 2 reels / June 25, 1942 (completed) How To Rivet Aluminum (Aluminum Co. of America) / color (16mm)-25m / © December 15, 1966 How To Sell Creatively (Dartnell Corp.) / bw (16mm)-24m / © November 1, 1960 How To Sell Quality (Dartnell Corp.) / bw26m / August 23, 1954 (completed) How To Think Big With The New Xerox 2400 (Xerox) / color (16mm)-12m / © February 5, 1965 How To Tie Knots (U.S. Coast Guard) / bw- 1 reel / August 10, 1942 (completed) How To Use Portable Scales To Weigh A Patient / color (16mm)-3m / © December 18, 1967 How To Weld Aluminum (Aluminum Co. of America- narrator: F. Ferguson) part color- 3 reels / June 22, 1942 (completed) Reissued as separate reels Aug 8, 1946 How You See It (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- Rockwell Barnes; narrator: Lowell Thomas) / bw-7m58s / January 8, 1937 Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/HowYouSe1936 The Hundred Million (Buda Co.) / bw- 2 reels / October 5, 1944 (completed) Hunt 'Em And Haunt 'Em (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / February 19, 1943 (completed) Hunt Foods TV Commercials (Hunt Foods) / bw series (under 1m each) / March 13, 1951 Hunt's Heavenly Peaches (Hunt Foods) / bw-1m / March 8, 1951 (completed) Hunt's Tomato Sauce (Hunt Foods) / bw-1m / April 16, 1951 (completed) Hydraulics (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-7m26s / January 2, 1936 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0797_Hydraulics_M00327_06_42_42_00 Hydraulics At Work (Mobil Oil Corp.) / color (16mm)-15m / © October 20, 1969 Hydromatic Transmission: Automatic Shifting & Fluid Drive (U.S. Signal Corps) / bw- 1 reel / February 5, 1943 (completed) Hydromatic Transmission: Instillation And Removal In Light Tank M5 (U.S. Signal Corps) / bw- 1 reel / November 19, 1942 (completed) Hydromatic Transmission: Maintenance In Light Tank M5 (U.S. Signal Corps) / bw- 1 reel / December 19, 1942 (completed) Hydromatic Transmission: Principle & Theory of Hydromatic Transmission (U.S. Signal Corps) / bw- 1 reel / February 5, 1943 (completed) Hygrade Party Loaf TV Spot (W.B. Doner) / bw-1m / January 19, 1959 (completed)
  25. F 105D (Republic Aircraft Corp.) / color (16mm)-26m / June 29, 1959 (completed) F-11-F1 Tiger Familiarization (U.S. Navy) / bw-23m / July 30, 1957 (completed) F-11-F1 Tiger Familiarization- Carrier Procedures (U.S. Navy) / bw-10m / July 30, 1957 (completed) F-11-F1 Tiger Familiarization- Emergency Procedures (U.S. Navy) / bw-9m / July 30, 1957 (completed) F-11-F1 Tiger Familiarization- Operation (U.S. Navy) / bw-19m / July 30, 1957 (completed) F-5 Automatic Pilot (Lear Inc.) / color (16mm)-20m / June 9, 1954 (completed) F. Cody, Superintendent Schools (Volunteers Of America) / bw- 1 reel / October 19, 1938 (completed) F2H Banshee- Aircraft Systems (U.S. Navy) / bw-14m / January 4, 1954 (completed) F2H Banshee- Emergency Procedures (U.S. Navy) / bw-9m20s / January 4, 1954 (completed) F2H Banshee- Maneuvers (U.S. Navy) / bw-18m / January 4, 1954 (completed) F2H Banshee- Take-off And Landing (U.S. Navy) / bw-11m29s / January 4, 1954 (completed) F2H2N Field Carrier Landing (U.S. Navy) / bw-11m / October 30, 1956 (completed) F4D Skyray- Carrier Landing (U.S. Navy) / bw-14m / December 18, 1956 (completed) F4H Aircraft- Aircraft Systems (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-21m5s / May 25, 1961 (completed) F4H Aircraft- Emergency Procedures (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-17m15s / May 25, 1961 (completed) F4H Aircraft- Field Carrier & Carrier Procedures (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-11m52s / June 30, 1961 (completed) F4H Aircraft- Operation Procedures (U.S. Navy) / color (16mm)-19m21s / May 25, 1961 (completed) F7U-3 Cutlass- Aircraft Systems (U.S. Navy) / bw-14m / August 13, 1954 (completed) F7U-3 Cutlass- Emergency Procedures (U.S. Navy) / bw-13m / August 12, 1954 (completed) F7U-3 Cutlass- Maneuvers (U.S. Navy) / bw-17m30s / August 12, 1954 (completed) F7U-3 Cutlass- Take-off And Landing (U.S. Navy) / bw-21m / September 22, 1954 (completed) F7U-3M Familiarization (U.S. Navy) / bw-16m30s / December 5, 1956 (completed) F8U-1 Familiarization- Aircraft System (U.S. Navy) / bw-30m / June 21, 1957 (completed) F8U-1 Familiarization- Carrier Procedures (U.S. Navy) / bw-7m / May 24, 1957 (completed) F8U-1 Familiarization- Emergency Procedures (U.S. Navy) / bw-7m / June 4, 1957 (completed) F8U-1 Familiarization- Flight Operations (U.S. Navy) / bw-21m / June 12, 1957 (completed) F9F-2 & F9F-5 Panther- Aircraft Systems (U.S. Navy) / bw-13m / December 21, 1953 (completed) F9F-2 & F9F-5 Panther- Emergency Procedures (U.S. Navy) / bw-14m30s / December 21, 1953 (completed) F9F-2 & F9F-5 Panther- Maneuvers (U.S. Navy) / bw-16m / December 21, 1953 (completed) F9F-2 & F9F-5 Panther- Take-off And Landing (U.S. Navy) / bw-15m / December 21, 1953 (completed) F9F-6 Cougar- Aircraft Systems (U.S. Navy) / bw-12m30s / October 7, 1953 (completed) F9F-6 Cougar- Emergency Procedures (U.S. Navy) / bw-14m20s / October 7, 1953 (completed) F9F-6 Cougar- Maneuvers (Flight Operation) (U.S. Navy) / bw-15m / October 21, 1953 (completed) F9F-6 Cougar- Take-off And Landing (Before Flight) (U.S. Navy) / bw-16m30s / October 21, 1953 (completed) F9F-8 Cougar Familiarization (U.S. Navy) / bw-32m / March 21, 1957 (completed) F9F-8 Cougar Familiarization: Acrobatics (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / March 22, 1957 (completed) F9F-8 Cougar Familiarization: Flight (U.S. Navy) / bw-12m / March 20, 1957 (completed) F9F-8 Cougar Familiarization: Operating (U.S. Navy) / bw-19m / March 20, 1957 (completed) Fabricating Process (Aluminum Co. of America- narrator: F. Ferguson) / bw- 2 reels / July 28, 1942 (completed) Face In The Mirror (I Wonder) (Jam Handy- Allan Forrest) / bw-26m9s / © April 25, 1940 Reissued with added scenes as Through The Mirror (© March 4, 1957) / video: https://archive.org/details/Faceinth1940 / video: https://archive.org/details/Faceinth1940_2 The Fact Of The Matter (National Cash Register) / bw-5m / January 31, 1956 (completed) Factory Safety (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m27s / June 29, 1937 / video: https://archive.org/details/1280FactorySafety Facts About Self-Opening Die Heads And Collapsing Taps (Greenfield Tap & Die Co.) / color (16mm)-25m / March 3, 1953 (completed) Facts About Taps And Tapping (Greenfield Tap & Die Corp.) / color (16mm)- 3 reels / © October 8, 1952 Facts On Friction (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m / 1934 / video: https://archive.org/details/0690_Facts_on_Friction_M05650_03_22_47_00 Fair And Warmer (Norge) / Technicolor- 1 reel / February 10, 1937 (completed) A Fair Clean-up (Richfield Oil Corp of New York) / bw- 1 reel / © June 12, 1939 Falstaff Brewing Screen-Ads (Falstaff Brewing) / bw-(under 1m each) / May 1, 1950 (completed, adapted into TV commercials later) Titles: Big Man Case Winner The Champ Cup For A Queen It's A Hit Light And Lively Falstaff Brewing TV Commercials (Falstaff Brewing) / bw-3 shorts (under 1m each) / April 25, 1949 (completed) Falstaff TV Commercials '50 (Fallstaff Brewing Co.) / bw series (1m each) / March 21, 1950 (first completed) A Family Affair (Woman's Christian Temperance Union) / bw- 1 reel / © September 9, 1940 A Family Portrait (Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.) / bw- 3 reels / © April 19, 1947 Famous Batteries (United Motors Service, General Motors Corp.) / bw-5m33s / April 24, 1950 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/4017_Famous_Batteries Famous Firsts (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-4 shorts (1m each) / © March 9, 1954 Far From Alone (Board of Temperance of the Methodist Church) / color (16mm)-31m / February 13, 1956 (completed) Farmers Meet The Challenge (J. I. Case Co.) / color (16mm)-28m / February 1963 (© March 8, 1965) Fashioned By Fancy (Norge) / Technicolor- 1 reel / February 10, 1937 (completed) Fashions In Windows (Derkshire Fine Spinning Associates, Inc.) / bw-1m / June 15, 1949 (completed) Fashions On Ice And Snow (S. Angstein & Co.- narrator: Bill Stein) part Technicolor-11m9s / September 9, 1940 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0425_Fashions_on_the_Ice_and_Snow_M00916_00_15_31_00 Fastest Way (Doehler-Jarvis Corp.) / bw-28m / © January 29, 1951 Faygo TV Commercials (W.B. Doner) / bw series / September 25, 1958 (first completed) Faygo Uptown Buffet (Faygo Beverage Co.) / bw-1 reel / © March 9, 1959 Faygo Uptown Soda (Faygo Beverage Co.) / bw-1 reel / © March 9, 1959 Faygo Uptown Teen Party (Faygo Beverage Co.) / bw-1 reel / © March 9, 1959 Feature Story (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 3 reels / December 26, 1945 (completed) Feature Story (GMC Truck & Coach Division) / color (16mm)-28m / September 14, 1956 (completed) Feeds And Folks (Food And Folks) (McMillen Feed Mills) / bw- 1 reel / © February 3, 1940 Fence Building, The Modern Way (U.S. Steel Corp.) / color (16mm)-8m / © June 7, 1961 Fibber McGee & Molly's A.C. Spark Plug Promotional (D.P. Brother) / bw- 1 reel / October 17, 1956 Field Day (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / July 1936 Field Review- Clock (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor- 1 reel / September 2, 1959 (completed) Fifth Semi-Annual Report (Radioplane Co.) / color (16mm)-2m / April 5, 1957 (completed) The 50 Caliber Browning Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / June 20, 1947 (completed) 50,000,000 (Frisco Fair) (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel March 16, 1939 (completed) Fight Pictures (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 13, 1940 (completed) Filing (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / December 23, 1941 (completed) Revised November 3, 1947 The Filled-Upper (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-2m / July 14, 1959 (completed) Film Report On The Generation Of Metallic Bearing Surfaces (Micromatic Hone Corp.) / bw- 2 reels / January 29, 1949 (completed) Financial Background For The Resumption Of Post War Production (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / November 9, 1945 (completed) Finding & Attacking Factors, M.N. 1139B (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / March 8, 1943 (completed) Finding The Enemy (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / March 28, 1942 (completed) Fine Tobacco TV Commercials (American Tobacco Co.) / bw series / December 17, 1948 (completed) Finger Light (Shwayder Bros.) / color (16mm)-10m / December 10, 1954 (completed) Finishing Bodies (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / October 31, 1935 (completed) Finishing Of Magnesium (Dow Chemical Co.) / bw- 1 reel / October 1, 1951 (completed) Fire Alarm (Detroit Fire Department) / bw- 1 reel / August 6, 1936 (completed) Fire And Water (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / September 18, 1936 (completed) Fire Control Radar Beacon Mark 2 Operation (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / January 30, 1946 (completed) Fire Fighting At Chevrolet- Indianapolis (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw (16mm)-13m / July 8, 1959 (completed) Fire To Burn (Blue Coal) / bw- 1 reel / September 27, 1937 (completed) Fire Under Control: How To Prevent, Control And Extinguish Petroleum Fires (Socony Mobil Oil Co.) / color (16mm)-23m11s / June 15, 1956 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0728_Fire_Under_Control_M03014_06_01_06_00 Firemen's Field Day Announcement (Detroit Firemen's Fund Association) / bw-2 shorts (under 1m) / June 17, 1953 (completed) Firemen's Field Day Announcement '55 (Detroit Firemen's Fund Association) / bw-4 shorts (under 1m) / © March 21, 1955 The Fires Must Never Go Out (Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co.- narrator: H. Golder) / bw- 1 reel / December 11, 1940 (completed) Firing The 20mm Oerlikon Anti-Aircraft Gun (U.S. Coast Guard) / bw- 1 reel / November 5, 1943 (completed) The First Hours Of Ownership (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-30m / © January 12, 1966 First In '40 (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © November 1, 1939 First In Performance (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color-2m / © April 9, 1963 First Of The Futuramic Cars (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / © January 26, 1948 Firsthand Report (Air Control Products) / color (16mm)-15m / December 29, 1954 (completed) Fisherman's Luck (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / © April 23, 1948 Fishing (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-1m / November 23, 1939 (completed) Five Day Laboratories / bw-1m / October 23, 1950 (completed) Five Men Wanted (E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.) / bw- 3 reels / July 17, 1941 (completed) Five Mile Dream (U.S. Steel Corp.- host: Lowell Thomas) / Technicolor-9m42s / May 7 1958 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0388_Five_Mile_Dream_The_M04236_20_21_10_00 The Five O'Clock Final (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- John A. Freese & Hal Christensen) / bw- 1 reel-© January 9, 1933 Five Years Of Diesel Locomotive History (Electro-Motive Corp. of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / May 11, 1940 (completed) Fixed Gunnery Demonstration (U.S. Navy) / bw- 2 reels / June 30, 1943 (completed) Also shorter excerpts FJ4 Familiarization: Emergency Procedures (U.S. Navy) / bw-12m / August 31, 1956 (completed) FJ4 Familiarization: Operating Procedures (U.S. Navy) / bw-12m / August 31, 1956 (completed) Flair ((Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / 1960 Flashes From Franklin (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m / © July 19, 1957 Flashes To Dealers (Richfield Oil Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / March 22, 1946 (completed) Flashing Light Signals (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / © August 7, 1942 The Fleet Is In: Ride 'Em And Reap (Pontiac Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / August 23, 1940 (completed) A Fleischmann's Flash (Standard Brands, Kenyon & Eckhartt Agency) / bw- 1 reel / May 20, 1941 (completed) Flight Characteristics Of Carrier-Type Jet Aircraft (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / November 8, 1948 (completed) Flint Chorus Of Christmas Songs (D.P. Brother) / bw- 1 reel / December 18, 1956 (completed) Flint Welcomes Craftsman's Guild Winners (General Motors Public Relations) / bw- 1 reel / © October 5, 1953 Florida And The Automobile (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / February 10, 1936 (completed) The Fly Swipe / bw- 1 reel / November 25, 1935 (completed) Flying High (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / Technicolor-1m / February 1, 1941 Focus On Opportunity (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-31m / © July 30, 1964 Follow Your Dollars (Detroit Community Fund) / bw- 1 reel / April 20, 1940 (completed) Food For Thought (E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Co.- narrator: Vincent Pelletier) / bw- 2 reels / © March 25, 940 Food Freezer (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw-1m / © April 16, 1954 Food Service: Equipment (Prentice-Hall Media) / color-49m / 1984 Direct to videocassette Food, Fibers And Ford (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / color (16mm)-28m / October 20, 1954 (completed) The Food-Life Preserver Refrigerator (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1966 Footage Of Dance Routine (Arthur Murray School of Dance) / bw- 1 reel / November 22, 1940 (completed) Football Players (American Tobacco Co.) / bw series (under 1m each) / September 13, 1950 (completed) Football TV Commercials (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10 shorts (under 1m each) / September 3, 1953 (first completed) Football TV Commercials (N.W. Ayer) / bw series / November 14, 1947 (completed) Foote, Cone & Belding TV Commercials (Foote, Cone & Belding) / bw series / April 11, 1948 (completed) For A Richer Catholic Life (Archdiocese Of Detroit) / bw- 1 reel / April 10, 1952 (completed) For America We Save (Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.) / bw- 1 reel / © June 5, 1942 For Better Living (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / color- 1 reel / © April 15, 1940 For Jack Haley: Radio City Theatre Opening / bw- 1 reel / February 22, 1937 (completed) For Mr. Taft (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / May 11, 1940 (completed) For Safety's Sake (U. S. Rubber Co.) / bw- 1 reel / © December 6, 1939 For Solid Value (Pontiac Motor Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-10m / June 10, 1953 (completed) Ford Motor Tractor '54 Screen-ads (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / color (16mm)-series (under 1m each) / © March 15, 1954 Titles: The Latest In Hay Making Lucky Joe Tied To Stay Tied With The Greatest Of Ease Ford Motor Tractor '56 Screen-Ads (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / Eastman series (under 1m each) / © November 14, 1955 Titles: Like Peas In A Pod More To Enjoy Something Extra Wheeling Ahead A Winning Team Ford Motor Tractor '56 Screen-ads (2nd series) (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / color (16mm)-series (1m each) / February 28, 1956 (completed) Titles: Harrow Line Material Handling 1 Material Handling 2 Parts, Service And Accessories Plow Line Rotary Cutter The Ford Tractor Story (Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Division) / color (16mm)-11m / © April 22, 1968 Forever Free (American Waterways Operators) / color (16mm)-29m / © May 12, 1962 Formations (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- animation: Frank Goldman) / bw-8m49s / November 5, 1936 (completed) Part animation / video: https://archive.org/details/0185_Formations_M00187_04_00_43_00 Former Gov. Fitzgerald Pleads For Americanism / bw- 1 reel / November 1, 1938 (completed) Forming A Tray Bottom (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / December 20, 1941 (completed) Forming Of Magnesium (Dow Chemical Co.) / bw- 1 reel / October 1, 1951 (completed) Forming With Rubber On A Hand Brake (U.S. Office of Education- narrator: Bud Mitchell) / bw- 1 reel / © May 15, 1944 Forming With Rubber On The Hydraulic Press (U.S. Office of Education- narrator: Bud Mitchell) / bw- 1 reel / © May 15, 1944 A Fortress Of Steel (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / © February 2, 1939 Forward On All Fronts (General Motors Sales Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / October 27, 1937 (completed) Forward To New World Markets (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 9, 1936 (completed) Forward To New World Markets #2 (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / December 11, 1936 (completed) Foundation For Leadership (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / January 12, 1952 (completed) Foundation For The Future (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-20m / © October 1, 1962 Four Aces (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / August 3, 1936 (completed) Four Doctors (General Screen Advertisements.) / bw- 1 reel / May 3, 1937 (completed) Animated cartoon The 4.2 Mortar (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / August 28, 1945 (completed) Four Square / bw-7m50s / November 22, 1937 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/0762_Four_Square_04_01_00_00 43 Loon Street (United Drug Co.) / bw- 1 reel / © March 4, 1940 Four Ways (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / January 7, 1938 (completed) Four Wheel Drive: Overhauling The New Process 203 Transfer Case (Raybar Technical Films) / color-30?m / 1983 Direct to video Fourth Semi-Annual Report (Radioplane Co.) / color (16mm)-18m / August 24, 1956 (completed) Free Air (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw- 9m39s / August 7, 1936 (completed) Revised November 29, 1938 / video: https://archive.org/details/FreeAir1937 Free And Easy (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.- narrator: H. Golder bw-8m32s / © February 3, 1940 / video: https://archive.org/details/0792_Free_and_Easy_M00825_03_49_23_00 Free Gunnery Targets For Primary Training (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / June 25, 1942 (completed) Free Gunnery, Part 1: M.N. 85A (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / May 18, 1943 (completed) Free Gunnery, Part 2: Observing And Reporting, M.N. 85B (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / September 1, 1943 (completed) Free Gunnery, Part 3: Fire Doctrine For Aerial Free Gunnery, M.N. 85C (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / September 1, 1943 (completed) Free Men Build A Nation (Chamber of Commerce of the United States- narrator: Merle Thorpe) / bw- 1 reel / © March 4, 1940 Freedom Of Choice (National Junior Achievement) / color (16mm)- 1 reel / © April 8, 1963 French Bowline (U.S. Navy) / bw- 1 reel / © February 25, 1944 Friction Fighters (Texas Co.) / bw- 1 reel / February 23, 1940 (completed) Friendship Tree (Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing.) / bw- 1 reel / November 29, 1949 Frigidaire '55 Advertising (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-7m / October 7, 1955 Frigidaire And How It Works (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw & silent- 1 reel / 1924 Part animation Frigidaire Convention Finale (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / Eastmancolor-3m41s / October 3, 1956 / video: https://archive.org/details/Frigidai1957 Frigidaire Presents Arthur Godfrey (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw-9m41s / © March 15, 1954 / video: https://archive.org/details/0358_Frigidaire_Presents_Arthur_Godfrey_12_48_00_00 Frigidaire Screen-Ads (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw-7 shorts (DC) February 15, 1951 Frigidaire Series (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw-4 shorts / January 13, 1936 (completed) Titles: All In A Fog Greater Coverage The Inside Story Of Air Manufacturing Frigidaire TV Commercials (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / bw-6 shorts (DC) June 22, 1953 (started) From Dawn To Sunset (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / bw-5m50s / June 18, 1937 (completed) / video: https://archive.org/details/1315_From_Dawn_to_Sunset_M00166_00_17_40_00 From Questions To Confidence (Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-12m30s / April 29, 1952 (completed) From Tap To Tap (Great Lakes Steel Corp.) / color (16mm)-13m / © June 17, 1961 From The Airport (RCA Whirlpool Corp.) / color (16mm)-1 reel / 1962 Front Line - Virus Vaccine Production (Parke, Davis & Co.) / color (16mm)-19m / January 30, 1959 (completed) Frozen Freshness (Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.) / color (16mm)-30m / © August 5, 1946 Fundamentals In Action (General Motors Corp.) / bw- 2 reels / December 28, 1948 (completed) Fundamentals Of Professional Management (Armco Steel Corp.) / bw-6 shorts (33-34m each) / June 29, 1959 (completed) Titles (in sequence): Mr. Gray's Opening Remarks Planning Organizing Profession Of Management 1 & 2 Closing Remarks Futuramic Design (Oldsmobile Division of General Motors)Corp.) / bw-3m29s / © January 26, 1948 / video: https://archive.org/details/OldsMinu1948 Future Developments Of Dearborn Products (Dearborn Motors Corp.) / bw- 1 reel / January 10, 1952 (completed)

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