Scully, Joe, 1926-2006 (producer), Columbia Broadcasting System, inc. (producer), Wayne, David, 1914-1995 (actor), Lynley, Carol, 1942- (actor), Ameche, Don (actor), Bennett, Joan, 1910-1990 (actor), Ford, Paul, 1901-1976 (actor), Lynn, Diana (actor), Sidney, Susanne, 1939-1998 (actor), St. John, Jill (actor), Nelson, Ralph, 1916-1987 (director), Chodorov, Jerome (screenwriter), Fields, Joseph A., 1895-1966 (screenwriter), Glickman, Will (adapter), Stein, Joseph (adapter)
Production #2265. A musical comedy about a romantic, meddlesome teenager who gets involved in everyone's business. When she tries to set her uncle up with her father's boss's daughter, she risks getting her father fired. Commercials for DuPont 'better living through chemistry.'
Interview with Robert A. Shinn about the history of the Chambers Works property. Shinn describes the changes in the area that took place during World War I, when DuPont's workforce expanded. Also discussed are female factory workers, the beginning of the dyeworks, the relationship with General Motors, World War II, the Manhattan Project, company picnics, the Deepwater Plant, the plant hospital, Thomas Carney's ghost, employee benefits, the trolley line,
E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (sponsor), Allyson, June, 1917-2006 (host), Allyson, June, 1917-2006 (actor), Culp, Robert, 1930-2010 (actor), Taylor, Don (director), Columbia Broadcasting System, inc. (producer), Four Star Television (production company)
Starring Robert Culp and Ray Boyle. June Allyson plays a movie star who loses her sight in a car accident. She then must learn to adjust to her disability including working with a guide dog. Includes commercials for DuPont Dacron polyester fiber for women's fashion, DuPont Nylon tires, plane and automobile tire footage and DuPont 420 Nylon for men's work and boy's play clothes.
E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (sponsor), Holbrook, Hal (narrator), MacCready, Paul B. (other), Allen, Bryan L. (other), Strauss, Theodore (screenwriter)
Program tells the story of the Gossamer Albatross, the first human powered aircraft to cross the English Channel. Designed by Dr. Paul MacCready and piloted by Bryan Allen, the Albatross was built of carbon fiber tubing and covered with clear Mylar.
E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Dennis Hayes & Associates, Rumrill-Hoyt, Inc.
Kwolek, Stephanie, 1923-2014 (depicted), Demby, Bill (depicted), Stevenson, Sylvia H. (depicted), Gould, Rich (depicted), Del Pesco, Thomas W. (depicted), Statz, Robert J. (depicted), Chowdhry, Vinay (depicted), Bowman, Mike (depicted), Kobsa, Henry (depicted), Jones, Pam (depicted), Belonio, Didi (depicted)
Includes the following commercials: Teflon II/Silverstone/Suprex No-Stick Seal 'Don't Get Stuck' (00:01:05); Stainmaster 'Take off' (00:01:54); Stainmaster 'Fancy Party' (00:02:38); SilverStone 'Bolts' (00:03:20); Antron Carpet Fiber 'Caveman/Dancers' (00:04:06); Cavalcade of America: The Inside Story of Tires(00:04:52); Teflon 2, non-stick cookware (00:08:15); Teflon 2 (Italian) (00:09:00); DuPont Presents: The Wonderful World of Nylon, 1964 (00:09:50); Coolmax fabric, "Explosion" featuring Andre Agassi (00:22:53); Fishing line Magnum 720 and 1440 (00:23:45); Fishing Products 'High Impact,' 1990 (00:24:40); Teflon II Deserted Island (00:25:42); SilverStone Deserted Island (00:26:00); SilverStone Supra Deserted Island (00:26:18); Dacron, Pillow Talk (00:26:45); DuPont Theater: DuPont Chemistry, Standards of living (00:27:52); Kevlar: Survivors Club (00:31:05); Nomex: Race Car Drivers featuring Mario Andretti (00:31:58); FE 1301 fire extinguishing agent: Ring of Fire (00:33:18); Tyvek suits: Pharmaceuticals (00:34:38); X-Ray Subtraction system (00:35:50); Double Wall Oil Tanks: Applause (00:37:14); Lycra: Freedom (00:37:55); Stainmaster Carpet: Baby foot traffic (00:38:42); Stainmaster: Fancy Dinner Date (00:39:30); Plastics for Prosthetics featuring Bill Demby, 1987 (00:40:43); Blood Testing: Emergency, 1987 (00:42:05); Safety Auto Glass: Wedding/Windshield, 1988 (00:43:20); Glean Herbicide: Kids born after 1983 (00:44:23); Stainmaster Carpet: Snag (00:45:02); Lucite Paint: Secret Room (00:46:03); Lucite Paint: Bananas (00:47:19); Corfam Shoes: A Step Into Tomorrow (00:48:10); Rally Car Wax: Batman and Robin (00:50:27); Teflon: Husband cleans up (00:51:10); Industrial and Consumer Products: DuPont contributions (00:51:55); Kevlar: Heliocopter (00:52:45); Maidenform Tric-o-Lastic Lycra bra: Dance (00:53:28) ; Corian: 'Real Estate,' 1993 (00:54:31) ; Corian: Bath, 1997 (00:55:22) ; Food: Freshness featuring Vinay Chowdhry, 1996 (00:56:06); Composites: Shoes featuring Rich Gould, 1996 (00:57:03); Asphalt: Roads featuring Bob Statz, 1996 (00:57:54); Teflon featuring Tom Del Pesco, 1995 (00:58:50); Film: Holography featuring Sylvia Stevenson, 1995 (00:59:44); Kevlar featuring Stephanie Kwolek, 1995 (01:00:37); Bridges: Composites featuring Mike Bowman (01:01:42); Synthetic fibers featuring Henry Kobsa (01:02:14); Polyester Plastic: Recycling featuring Pam Jones (01:02:46); Nylon: Toothbrush featuring Didi Belonio (01:03:18); Smokey Joe's Cafe musical revue promotional piece [audio without picture] (01:04:04); Cirque Ingenieux show promotional piece [audio without picture] (01:10:23); Steve Martin's Picasso at the Lapin Agile play promotional piece [audio without picture] (01:13:20)
Promotional video on DuPont's program on innovation in Management, Approach, Sponsorship and Product. Interviews with several DuPont employees including Bob Brightfelt on management strategies he's implemented, the creator of the PELS system (Personal Emergency Life Support) is also interviewed as well as Bob Davis, Bucky Wellman, Art Teffeau and Jerry Ehrens from DuPont concerning marketing strategies for PELS. Dave Mengden and Norris Tolson discuss the SEED program, a way to provide funding for new ideas at DuPont. Lastly, interviews with DuPont employees Mal Smith and Jay Daigle about their creation of a crawfish bait using plastics.