Cinecraft, Inc. (Production company), Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company (sponsor), Fuller & Smith & Ross, Inc. (Associated name), DeWitt, John (Author)
The synopsis and script are written for a film production. The script's fictional story follows a seasoned service man for the Home Electric Company, Al, who trains an up-and-coming service man, Eddie, on the basics of home maintenance service calls. The two spend the day making home visits to fix appliances. Eddie learns how to treat customers and how to approach problem-solving for broken appliances. At the end of the day, Eddie has earned public recognition for his success on the job.
Cinecraft Productions, Inc. (Production company), Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company (sponsor), DeWitt, John (Author)
The script is written for a film production geared towards an audience of Westinghouse Electric Appliance Salesmen. The script assures Westinghouse salesmen that washers and dryers will be easily sold when their capabilties are demonstrated. A fictional dealer walks through three types of demonstrations with his bookkeeper, Bessie, acting as a prospect buyer.
Cinecraft, Inc. (Production company), E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (sponsor), DeWitt, John (Author)
Includes the final script for a motion picture production in which a fictional professor teaches his class about the use of Delsterol to reduce vitamin D deficiency in poultry. Includes a preliminary outline for the laboratory portion of the script and correspondence between Ray Culley of Cinecraft and DuPont's Advising Manager of the Fine Chemicals Division, George Heller. In addition, a synopsis of the motion picture, a forward, and other supporting documents are included.
Cinecraft, Inc. (Production company), Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company (Sponsor), DeWitt, John (Author)
A script for a motion picture film production in which four fictional housewives and one fictional man, all with malfunctioning water heaters, are summoned to serve on a jury at the Court of Hot Water Tribulations. In court, one lawyer defends the original water heaters, and one introduces the jury to Westinghouse products, which can heat water safely and efficiently.