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1 Appliance Park: Where the World’s Finest Major Appliances are Made 1952 General Electric Company (Sponsor) Film promoting General Electric's new Appliance Park in Louisville, Kentucky. Details how appliances such as washing machines, ranges, water heaters, and dishwashers are developed and constructed in the five buildings at the park. Also highlights the various employee and community perks provided by General Electric, including a fire department, security staff, cafeterias, and medical dispensaries.
Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection (Accession 2018.222) FILM_2018222_FC255 Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection
2 PUMA...The Leading Edge in Robotic Technology 1981 Film promoting the Programmable Universal Manipulation Arm (PUMA), a robotic arm developed by Unimation, Inc. Shows several PUMA models, including the 500, 600, and 250 series, performing a variety of industrial tasks, such as materials handling, joining, assembly, inspection, and finishing. The film also demonstrates how the PUMA can be easily programmed using the Variable Assembly Language (VAL) control system.
Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection (Accession 2018.222) FILM_2018222_FC57 Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection
3 Food for Flying 1951 Film detailing how Trans World Airlines (TWA) devises, tests, cooks, packages, delivers, and serves the food for in-flight meals. Written by Burton Benjamin, supervised by Agnew Fisher, edited by Isaac Kleinerman.
Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection (Accession 2018.222) FILM_2018222_FC269 Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection
4 A Complete Saw Shop in One Machine 1955 Promotional film for the DeWalt radial arm saw. A narrator describes the machine's innovative design, various radial blades, and safety features, while its numerous woodworking capabilities are demonstrated.
Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection (Accession 2018.222) FILM_2018222_FC254 Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection
5 Coal People: A Century of Pride 1983 Film promoting coal as a reliable, inexpensive, and abundant energy source in the United States. Celebrates all aspects of the anthracite coal industry, focusing primarily on the thousands of workers who ensure it runs smoothly, including miners, machine operators, engineers, geologists, and more.
Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection (Accession 2018.222) FILM_2018222_FC283 Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection
6 The 747 1969 Pan American World Airways, Inc. (Sponsor), Stiber, Sidney J. (Producer) A film presentation of the new Boeing 747 commercial aircraft, the development of which was instigated by Pan Am. Provides an overview of the aircraft's state-of-the-art design and technology, as well as a preview of Pan Am's new terminal at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York.
Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection (Accession 2018.222) FILM_2018222_FC307 Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection
7 The Power of Super 16 1993 Eastman Kodak Company (Sponsor) Film exploring the benefits of using super 16mm film in motion picture production. Argues that film is superior to video as a medium for capturing moving images. Features various directors, producers, cinematographers, and other filmmakers, including Rune Ericson, Jean Pierre Beauviala, Andrew Dunn, Katja von Garnier, Ewa Karlström, Peter Langsdale, and Maurice Olivier. A UK production.
Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection (Accession 2018.222) FILM_2018222_FC310 Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection
8 Wild Heritage 1965 Remington Arms Company (Sponsor), E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (Sponsor) Film exploring the "wild heritage" of Remington firearms in the United States. Begins with an overview of guns employed by early colonists for hunting and defense, and continues with an account of how Eliphalet Remington created his own flintlock rifle in 1816. Details the rise of Remington firearms, the eventual "settling" of the American West, and the important role that hunters play in land conservation. Also includes a promotional segment for the Remington Model-1100 shotgun, introduced...
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Film exploring the "wild heritage" of Remington firearms in the United States. Begins with an overview of guns employed by early colonists for hunting and defense, and continues with an account of how Eliphalet Remington created his own flintlock rifle in 1816. Details the rise of Remington firearms, the eventual "settling" of the American West, and the important role that hunters play in land conservation. Also includes a promotional segment for the Remington Model-1100 shotgun, introduced in 1963. Photographed and directed by Larry Madison. Assisted by Alan Madison. Written by Robert Campbell. Narrated by Martin Wolfson. Special consultant: The Gilcrease Institute, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection (Accession 2018.222) FILM_2018222_FC102 Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection