Early 1960's educational film shows regional contrasts of Brazil, coast cities and rural country. Chief industries include coffee and cotton. Also includes educational, religious and recreational activities of the people.
BB2 early computer punch cards 1968. HS old computers, reel-to-reel tape 1960s. KP#22 early computers 1960s. 1359 early computers 1960s. RR#33 computers 1974. RR#43 early computers 1970s. 170357 computers 1970s. 0863 computer punch tape, early mainframe computers 1960s. 170608 tape going into computer 1960s. 0777 reel-to-reel computer 1960s. 160152D early computers 1960s. RR#43 reel-to-reel tape, punch cards 1970. 170101 punch tape through computer 1970s. 170671 computers 1970s. RR#203D computers 1970s. 2198 reel-to-reel computer tape, floppy disk1983.
Business Office Systems, USA, 1960s, 16mm.
Basic rule for survival against hostile fire is to take cover. Defensive firearms training that includes technical skills and target practice survival skills for law enforcement agents. Scenes of agents taking cover and scenes of target practice are shown througout.
Compares the proper and improper methods of retail selling and shows the four basic steps necessary for successful selling - approach, determination of customer needs, presentation and the closing of the sale.
Rocket Launch Failures, USA, 1960s, 16mm
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.
Peter Jennings tells us about the hip new sport that all the ladies love - snowmobiling
Illustrates the story of a worker whose wife and children are on vacation and who may have been in an accident. Provides a memorable lesson in off-job safety.
Presents the history of space suits from Mercury through Apollo space flights to future concepts. Examines the portable life-support system to be worn by an astronaut on the Moon.
Arab Refugees, Middle East, 1960s, 16mm.
Wheat, Farming, Flour, USA, 1960s, 16mm. No sound on screener.