FF0542-0004 France Prepares For War, France, 1939
070338-0011 Couple Preparing For New Year's Celebrations in Home, Japan, 1950s
Undersea Radar. Pop Up Gardening (1940s). Kitchen Conveniences of the 1950s. Old Time Hats. Hot Rod Racers. Motion Picture X-Rays (1940s) Atlas Ballistic Missiles.
Popular Science Kitchen of Tomorrow Sequences, USA, 1930s
Futuristic Kitchen. One Man Farm Soil Spreader. Dolls Made To Look Like Their Owners. Fred MacMurray's Exercise Invention. Solar Secrets - A Sun Research Facility.
Futuristic Kitchen. Industrial Uses of Electronic Heat. P-80 Shooting Star Fighter Jet.
Animated Signs (The Birth of Lighted Billboards on Broadway). Kitchen of Tomorrow. Microbe Research Farm.Professor Oakes (Sneeze Catcher). World's First Air Mail.
Baseball for the Blind. Tomorrow's Kitchen. Special Locket for Gum Chewers.Sandwich Holder Invention. The Birth of Television with Philo T. Farnsworth.
The short begins with two animated leprechauns, Chip and Dip, happily prattling away about the history of potato chips. We learn that they came into existence in 1853 by a series of lucky accidents credited to inn keeper George Crum, at the Moon Lake Lodge in Saratoga Springs, NY. Next, the two leprechauns ponder, "How could potato chips possibly be improved upon?":We then switch to live-action with demonstrations of several chip dip recipes a simple onion dip, The Teaser (made with bologna, olives and tabasco!), and a delicious shrimp surprise, followed by a wonderful Industry on Parade scene which tracks the progress of the potato from the field to the supermarket. We see how the potatoes are grown, harvested, stored, and shipped to the factory, where conveyer belts move the soon-to-be sumptuous spuds to various machines that wash, peal, slice, cook, weigh, flavor, package, and seal the finished product. Finally, Chip and Dip magically transport us to a cooking contest sponsored by Potato Chip Institute International, where chefs present their unbelievable creations (Chicken Spaghetti Loaf, Adam's Apple Beef Roast, etc.) — all prepared using potato chips.
Studies a simulated outbreak of food-borne illness caused by organisms of the salmonella group. Examines source and means of contamination, factors aiding the survival and transfer of the organism, conditions of environment and general food handling practices, and effects of the outbreak. 16mm
Blenders, Blending, Electric Appliances, USA, 1960s, 16mm. Promo film about the Hamilton Beach Blender.
Making an Omelette, France, 1950s, 16mm, HD