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EDUCATIONAL FILM 

GUIDE 



1959 Annual Supplement 



To Be Used With the 
1954-1958 Volume 



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THE H. W. WILSON COMPANY 

950 University Avenue New York 52, N. Y. 



DIRECTIONS FOR USE 

The Educational Film Gui^e, published annually, indexes and describes 16mm films. 

This 1959 Annual Supplement, which contains 1,642 films, is to be used with the 
1954-1958 volume. Each film is described on the basis of information obtained 
directly from the main source. Listing of a film does not in any sense constitute 
a recommendation. 

This list is divided into three parts as follows: 

Part 1. Title List. Each film, fully described, is arranged alphabetically by title. 

Part 2. Subfect Index. Each film is indexed under the subject or subjects cover- 
ing it The subjects used are based upon Sears List of Subject Headings. Cross- 
references to more specific subjects or related subjects are provided where needed. 

Part 3. Directory of Main Sources. The abbreviations used for the main 
sources in the alphabetical Title List are given with full names and addresses. 



A sample entry in the Title List is analyzed below: 

EARTH SATELLITES— EXPLORERS OF 
OUTER SPACE. EBP 1958 17min sd b&w 
$90. rent S3. 50; color $180. rent $5.50 
el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Explains how man-made satellites stay 
aloft, and describes what is learned from satel- 
lites and things to come in the space ajfe. 

LC card Fi A 59-139 

This sample entry includes the title of the film, "Earth Satellites — Explorers 
of Outer Space"; its main source (abbreviated), "EBF"; the year of release, "1958"; 
rimning time, "17 min"; the fact that it is a sound film "sd"; the purchase price 
($90) and the rental fee ($3.50) for a black and white print and the purchase price 
($180) and the rental fee ($5.50) for a color print. The abbreviations eN/A-sA-c-od 
indicate the interest levels for which the film is intended (see key below) ; and a 
teaching guide accompanies the film, Guide. 

The main paragraph is a brief factual description of the contents of the film. 
This is followed by the Library of Congress (LC) catalog card number and the 
Educational Film Library Association (EFLA) evaluation card number whenever 
these are available. 



Sources. For purposes of ordering films reference should be made from the 
abbreviation which follows the title to Part 3, Directory of Main Sources, in the 

back pages. Orders for films should be sent directly to the source — The H. W. 
Wilson Company does not rent or sell films. 

Prices. When only one figure is given for the price, this represents the pnrcftote 
price. The word r^nf precedes a rental charge (usually not including postage) for the 
use of the film for one day. Free-foan signifies there is no charge for the use of the 
film (although the borrower may have to pay postage) and the film must be returned 
to the source. PvrcAose app\^ and r^nf apply are used when the source does not 
wish to specify price. All price information is obtained from the main source. Prices 
and sources are subject to change without notice. 



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Educational Film Guide 

1959 Annual Supplement 
Part 1. Alphabetical Title List 



A B C'S 

In WRITTEN WORD (15 films) 

ABACUS. Avis 1958 llmin si color $115 
el Guide 

Shows how to use the open -end abacus, 
bringing in ideas about the decimal number 
system. Discusses the history of the number 
system, grouping in addition, regrouping in 
subtraction, comparison of number values, and 
how the number system works 

LC card Fi A 58-886 

ABBY'S FIRST TWO YEARS: A BACKWARD 
LOOK. NYU 1959 30min sd b&w (Vassar 
studies of normal personality development 
ser) $135, rent $7.50 

c-ad Guide 

Produced by Vassar College 

By showing the developmental sequence 
backwards, from age 2 years to age 2 months, 
the film throws into striking relief the physical 
and behavioral changes of infancy and baby- 
hood 

ABSTRACT AND NON-OBJECTIVE PAINT- 
ING IN THE WORLD OF ART. NET 1956 
30min sd b&w (World of art ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WQED 

Discusses the transition in art from real- 
ism to the abstract. Explains the reasons 
underlying abstract and non-objective painting. 
Demonstrates important points with illustra- 
tions drawn in chalk and paint. Uses prints of 
abstract paintings to clarify and develop a 
greater understanding of the artist's interpre- 
tation 

THE ACCIDENT 

In ACTION AT LAW (5 films) 

ACIDS, BASES, AND SALTS. Coronet 1959 
21min sd b&w $120, color $220 

sh-c Guide 

Surveys the theories of Arrhenius, 
Bi-^nsted and Lowry, and Lewis. Uses the 
Arrhenius definition of acids, bases, and salts 
to explore the properties and use of chemical 
compounds whose water solutions contain ions. 
Shows the important properties of an acid, a 
salt, and a base; household and industrial uses 
of each, and how they are prepared commer- 
cially and in the chemistry laboratory 

LC card Fi A 59-382 

ACIDS, BASES AND SALTS. NET 1956 30min 
sd b&w (Tempest in a test tube ser) rent 
$4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by KQED 

Uses laboratory experiments to show the 
chemical reactions of acids with bases. Ex- 
plams neutralization and the formation of heat 
and salts when acids and bases are combined. 
Demonstrates the acidity of common household 
materials with a PH meter 



ACROSS THE PACIFIC. Sterl-MovUSA 
30mm sd color free-loan 



1958 



c-ad 
Sponsored by the Orient Line 
A trip from California to the Orient show- 
ing the stoppmg-ofC places including Hawii and 
Japan 



ACROSS THE SEVEN SEAS. Guild 1956 
26i^min sd b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) 
rent apply 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
The brigantine "Yankee," with a group 
of college students aboard, sails to Pitcairn 
Island, the Galapagos, Siam, New Guinea and 
Borneo 

ACTING COMES OF AGE 

In PLAYS AND PLAYERS (8 films) 

ACTING: HOW IT BEGAN 

In PLAYS AND PLAYERS (8 films) 

ACTING: THE RENAISSANCE 

In PLAYS AND PLAYERS (8 films) 

ACTING: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 
In PLAYS AND PLAYERS (8 films) 

^^"""'i^l^o^"^ "-AW (5 films). NET 1956 ea 30min 
sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by KETC 
Titles are: 

1. THE ACCIDENT. Presents two versions of 

an . automobile-pedestrian accident from 
which a law action develops. Shows first 
the accident as seen through the eyes of 
the victim and the driver of the car. 
Dramatizes how a suit is filed and the 
serving of a summons on the defendant 

2. WITNESSES TO THE ACCIDENT. Con- 

*^?Ji®l ."^^^^ ^h® defendant's first meeting 
with his lawyer and the filing of an an- 
swer to the plaintiff's petition. Shows 
how the witnesses to the accident are 
questioned and their statements recorded 

3. PREPARING FOR THE TRIAL. Explains 

how both sides prepare for the trial. In- 
cludes final checks on witnesses, con- 
ferences between the lawyers and their 
clients, and research into the decisions 
of the courts in related cases 

4. TRIAL: THE CASE FOR THE PLAINTIFF 

Presents the beginning of the trial. Shows 
how prospective jurors are chosen and 
questioned to determine possible bias. 
Presents both lawyers making opening 
statements to the jury ^ycuins 

^^I^h' ^^^ 9ASE FOR THE DEFEND- 
ANT Dramatizes the defendant's day in 
?u^''^;.i'K^u^^'^\^ direct. and^ cross examina- 
tion of all witnesses in the case for the 
defendant. Concludes with the deliberation 
of the jury and its verdict 

ACTIVATING HUMAN POTENTIAL 

sh-c-ad 

* Produced by Dallas Jones Productions 

for Outboard Boating Club of America 

• x''^" ^about the outboard boating snort 



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EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



ADVENTURES OF *. Harrison.Ed 1957 lOmln 
sd color $120, rent $12.50 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Storyboard for Guggen- 
heim Museum 

Animated drawings depict the maturing 
process of man, symoblized by the figure "*" 
from childhood to adult. Unable to react 
freely to the world, the adult neither sees nor 
finds pleasure in new things until, through 
his own child, he has a rebirth, seeing the 
world anew 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3437 

AFRICA AWAKENS. World 1958 29min sd 
b&w (Your world in crisis ser) $80, rent $8 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Metropolitan Educational 
Television Assn. , ^, , ^, „ , 

Discussion of Africa south of the Sahara, 
with emphasis on problems of emergent na- 
tions, economic development and tensions in 
multi-racial countries. Participants: George 
Houser, Director, American Committee for 
Africa; Dr Marguerite Cartwright. Hunter Col- 
lege; Richard Webb. British Information 
Services 

AFRICA, GIANT WITH A FUTURE. Educ 
Serv 1958 30min sd color $195. rent $10 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by Frances P. Bolton 
A panoramic report on 16 countries of 
Africa south and east of the Sahara, visited 
by Congresswoman Frances P. Bolton as a 
member of the House Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, showing the peoples, geography, gov- 
ernments, and social and economic problems. 
Includes interviews by Mrs Bolton with heads 
of state and with others 

LC card Fi A 58-860 

AGE OF DINOSAURS. NET 1956 30min sd 
b«&w (Discovery II ser) rent $4.75 

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Produced by WGBH^ . , ..^ ^ , 
Describes the rise of animals with back- 
bones during the Mesozoic and Triassic eras. 
Uses models, dioramas, fossil tracks, and 
bones to explain the age of dinosaurs 

AGE OF THE TRANQUILIZER. NET 1956 
30min sd b«S;w (Measure of man ser) rent 
$4.75 

c-ad 

Produced by KQED 

Comments upon the use of tranquilizing 
drugs as a means of escape from the problems 
of modern living. Questions the, idea that 
problems today are any more burdening than 
those faced throughout history. Answers the 
problem with selections from literature and 
Robert Sherwood's play "There shall be no 
night" 

AGE OF THE UNIVERSE 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 

AIR POWER (26 films). McGraw 1957 ea 27min 
sd b&w ea purchase apply, ea rent apply 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by CBS-TV 
Titles are: 

1 DAY NORTH AMERICA IS ATTACKED. 

Depiction of what actually would occur 
at Continental Air Defense Command 
Headquarters and other vital installa- 
tions in the North American defense 
perimeter on the fateful day of a nuclear 
attack 
LC card Pi A 59-39 

2 EARLY DAYS. A humorous backward 

glance at aviation's horse -and -buggy 
period and serious evaluation of the 
emergence of the airplane as a military 
weapon during World War I 
LC card Fi A 59-41 

3. PEARL HARBOR. Ofl[lcial films of the 

Japanese Navy, captured after World 
War II. present details of the attack 
on the American naval bastion at Pearl 

LC card Fi A 59-46 

4. BATTLE OF BRITAIN. The defense of 

the British Isles by RAF fighter pilots 
in 1941. featuring portions of recorded 
speeches by Sir Winston Churchill 
LC card Fi A 59-35 



5. COUNTERBLAST. The RAF Bomber Com- 

mand's devastating attack on the port 
city of Hamburg, breeding ground for 
Nazi submarines 

6. THE 1930' S. Covers the major struggles of 

the 1930's and includes glimpses of 
many of the leading figures of that 

Eeriod 
,C card Pi A 59-45 

7. SCHWEINFURT. The massive air raid 

staged by American B-17 bombers 
against the German ball bearing indus- 
try that ended in one of the greatest 
defeats the United States Air Force 
suffered over Germany during World 
War II 

8. CONQUEST OF THE AIR. Describes the 

advent of the American P-51 fighter 
plane as a successful long-range escort 
for United States Air Force bombers 
over Germany in 1944 focusing on a 
series of air battles which broke the 
back of the Luftwaffe 

9. JAPANESE PERIMETER. The decisive bat- 

tle at Midway in the Pacific, where 
American air and naval units turned the 
tide of the Japanese offensive into a con- 
clusive and far-reaching defeat 
LC card Fi A 59-65 

10. INTERDICTION AND BLOCKADE. How 

the American high command, faced with 
the knowledge that there could never be 
a decisive land battle in the South Pacific, 
used air and sea power to destroy the 
Japanese war machine by denying the 
enemy the vital lines of supply and com- 
munication 
LC card Fi A 59-64 

11. ADVANCE THE BOMBER LINE. How 

American forces took the key islands in 
the Pacific — culminating in the big battle 
of Saipan — so that B-29 Superfort bomb- 
ers could have a base from which to 
mount aerial attacks on the Japanese 
mainland 
LC card Fi A 59-34 

12. WINNING OF FRANCE. An account of 

Allied air- ground operations against the 
German 7th Army after the Normandy 
invasion. Shows how the Allies preceded 
the breakthrough with the most massive 
use of heavy bombers as tactical weapons 
in World War II 
LC card Fi A 59-54 

13. SUPERFORT. The costly invasion of Iwo 

Jima by the United States Marines and 
the advent of the B-29 strategic bomber 
as a decisive weapon in the war in the 
Pacific 

14. VICTORY IN EUROPE. Covers the mili- 

tary situation as of December 1944, when 
the Allied armies had drawn up to the 
German border, and describes the maneu- 
vers and battles that crushed the Nazi 
empire 
LC card Fi A 59-53 

15. KAMIKAZE. Captured Japanese film tells 

the story of the intensively trained kami- 
kaze pilots-suicide squadrons whose mis- 
sion was to crash head-on into American 
aircraft or dive into American Navy ships 
during the invasion of Okinawa 
LC card Fi A 59-66 

16. DEFEAT OF JAPAN. The United States 

Air Force's preparation for the mission 
which ended in the mushroom cloud over 
Hiroshima, and the ultimate surrender 
ceremony aboard the U.S.S. Missouri 
LC card Pi A 59-40 

17. COLD DECADE— AIRLIFT. The Berlin 

airlift in 1948-1949 shows a new use for 
Allied airpower and an unexpected use of 
military planes 

18. COLD DECADE— TO THE YALU. The 

Soviet-supported invasion of South Korea 
in 1950 and the political overtones of the 
East-West cold war, is also the story of 
the first American jet fighter, the Lock- 
heed F-80 "Shooting Star" 

19. COLD DECADE— KOREAN. The Chinese 

Communist entrance into the Korean 
War, the first battle of American F-86 
Sabrejet fighters and Soviet-built MIG 
15's, and the ultimate stalemate between 
the ground armies leading to the politi- 
cally-charged armistice talk 
LC card Fi A 59-37 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



20. NEW DOCTRINE. Reports the atom-hy- 

drogen bomb era, the development of the 
ultimate weapon by the United States 
and Russia, and their continuing search 
for the intercontinental ballistic missile 
LC card Fi A 59-44 

21. LUFTWAFFE. The rise of the Nazi air 

force, mostly from captured German 
Alms, reveals how it was secretly created 
prior to 1939 and the part it played in 
the Spanish Civil War and in the be- 
ginnings of World War II 
LC card Fi A 59-43 

22. FOOLS, DAREDEVILS AND GENIUSES. 

A look at the 20' s when the views of 
men like Charles Lindbergh and General 
Billy Mitchell on the future of aviation 
contrasted sharply with the more popular 
idea that air power could not be con- 
sidered seriously 

23. TARGET: PLOESTI. The United States 

Air Force's surprise low-level bombing 
attack on the single richest target in 
Europe — the Rumanian oil refineries at 
Ploesti 

24. STRANGLE. The battle that freed Italy 

in World War II, the impasse at the 
Abbey of Monte Cassino and how it was 
solved by a new use of air power 
LC card Fi A 59 -'50 

25. PACIFIC PATTERN. How American 

carrier-based air power supported the 
invasion of Tarawa in the Gilbert Islands 
and how it was used to neutralize the 
island of Truk — making further American 
invasions easier 

26. STARFIGHTER. Shows, at the Lockheed 

plant in Burbank and at Edwards Air 
Force Base, California, the testing and 
acceptance by the United States Air 
Force of the supersonic jet fighter 
Lockheed F-104 
LC card Fi A 59-49 

AIR PRESSURE (3 films). NET 1957 ea 15min 
sd b&w (Uncle Wonder's workshop ser) 
rent ea $3 

p-el 
Produced by WCET 
Part 1. Uses experiments to explain air pres- 
sure. Shows how to keep water in an up- 
turned glass using a piece of paper. Illus- 
trates the principles of air pressure with 
drinking straws, suction cups, and bath- 
room plungers 

^art 2. Uses experiments with candles to 
show that air contains oxygen. Illustrates 
the force of air pressure using a bottle 
and an egg 

Part 3. Uses an evacuation tube to remove 
air from a tin can. Proceeds to show 
that air pressure will crush the can 

AIR STRIKE FORCE. NorthAmAv 1958 20min 
sd color free -loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

A simulated combat flight operation in- 
volving supersonic aircraft m a long range 
fighter bomber mission from the United States 
to Europe. Shows technique of in-flight refuel- 
ing 

AIRFRAME PARTS FABRICATION WITH 
TITANIUM. Boeing 1957 18y2min sd color 
free-loan 

c-ad 

Produced by Albert Hansom 

Portrays Boeing's program for develop- 
ment of effective manufacturing processes for 
thermal -resistant airframe structure. Shows 
that titanium alloys and heat-resistant steels 
are feasible for such structure 

AIRPLANES: HOW THEY FLY. EBP 1958 
16min sd b&w $60. rent $2.50; color $120. 
rent $4 

el-Jh-sh Guide 
Sequences of a light airplane in flight 
and views of a large model aircraft being con- 
structed are used to deononstrate basic con- 
cepts of flight. Presents experiments showing 

LC card Fi A 59-138 



ALASKA RAILROAD. AlaskaRR 1956 14min 
sd b«few or color free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by L.R. Huber Productions 
Shows operations of the Alaska Railroad, 
which IS owned by the United States govern- 
rnent; also shows cities, people and activities 
along the 470-mrle rail line; includes glaciers, 
fishing, Mt McKinley, and wildlife 

ALCOHOLIC CRIMINAL 

In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

ALEXANDRIA BAY— PLAYGROUND OF THE 
SEAWAY. Feature 1957 20min sd color 
free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Also available in b&w 15min free-loan 
Sponsored by Chamber of Commerce, 
Alexandria Bay, N.Y. 

Follows a travel writer, and his family, 
as he gathers material for a story. Shows con- 
struction scenes of the St Lawrence Seaway, 
a visit to a deserted island castle, a fishing 
trip and shore dinner, and a boat tour through 
the Thousand Islands 

ALFRED P SLOAN, JR. EBF 1958 28min sd 
b&w (Wisdom ser) $150, rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Sponsored by NBC 
^Alfred P. Sloan, Jr. Chairman of the 
Board of Directors of 'the General Motors Cor- 
poration, talks about his meteoric rise in busi- 
ness. He also discusses problems of finance 
and labor and the responsibilities of manage- 
ment to society 

ALGEBRA AND POWERS OF TEN. EBF 1958 
31min sd b&w $150, rent $5.50; color $300, 
rent $8.50 

Jh-sh Guide 
. Explains simple algebraic equations with 

particular emphasis on their use in physics 

ALL STAR GAME OF 1957. Am&NatL 1958 
20min sd color free-loan 

P-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Chicago Film Studio for 
both Leagues, A.G. Spalding & Bros, and 
Hellerich & Bradsby Co. 

. ^W''^^^^^^* of ^11 important plays from 
the AU-Star Game of 1957 

ALLEN IS^ MY BROTHER. Churchill 1957 
llmin sd (Family relations ser) b&w $50. 
rent $2.50; color $100, rent $4 

p-el-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by Argus Films 

A seven-year-old girl who does not want 
to take care of her small brother learns how to 
play with him, finds that helping can be fun, 
and discovers that the nicer she is to her 
brother the nicer he is to her 7-«. ^ 

LC card Fi A 58-376 KSt* 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3379 ~,^ 

ALONG THE NILE ^ s. , ^ // 

In WRITTEN WORD (15 films) 5 V 7 7 ^ 

THE ALPHABET ^ WS^f^' 

Ln LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTl3feV(ff 

ALPHABET CONSPIRACY. BellTel 1959 53min 
sd color (Bell System science ser) free- 
loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Warner Brothers 
The story of the science of language, 
linguistics, centered around plot to destroy 
the alphabet and all language. Cartoon anima- 
tion and special documentary sequences 

AMAZING BIRD. NET 1956 30min sd b&w (Dis- 
covery II ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by WGBH 

Discusses physical characteristics of the 
bird. Explains the skeletal system, covering 
of feathers, and uses of the beak and feet 
Outlines the ancestry of the bird 



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EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



AMBASSADORS WITH WINGS. Pure-Pak 
1958 26min sd b&w free-loan 

c-ad 

Produced by Robert J. Enders, Inc. 

Traces events which lead to the conquest 
of space and time. Shows air cadets visiting 
each other's countries, learning how other 
cadets work and live. Includes views of the 
boys visiting dairies in the United States and 
Holland, meeting world leaders, and learnmg 
about the air age 

LC card Fi A 59-176 

AMERICAN INDIANS BEFORE EUROPEAN 
SETTLEMENT. Coronet 1959 11mm sd 
b&w $60. color $110 

Jh-sh Guide 

Portrays Indian tribes who had occupied 
North America for thousands of years. Ex- 
plains where they originally came from, how 
they lived, and their cultures as related to 
their environment in the Eastern Woodlands, 
the Great Plains, the Southwest, the Far West 
and the Northwest coast 

LC card Fi A 59-438 

AMERICAN INFLUENCE IN MY COUNTRY. 

NET 1957 29min sd b&w (World we want: 

1957 ser) rent $4.75 

sh-ad 

Produced by WOR-TV 

Teenagers from five foreign countries dis- 
cuss the influence of American comics, films 
and be-bop; the contribution of American edu- 
cation; the relative merits of British and Amer- 
ican school systems, and the question of rivalry 
between Britain and the United States 

AMERICAN JEW: A TRIBUTE TO FREE- 
DOM. Anti-Def 1959 45min sd b&w $85, 
rent apply 

sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by CBS 

Covers Jewish development in the United 
States, from the arrival of the first Jew — Luis 
De Torres who came over with Christopher 
Columbus — to the achievement of Dr Joshua 
Lederberg, recent Nobel Prize winner for his 
studies in heredity 

AMERICAN MORNING. AmRef Judaism 1958 
15min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Bernard Ackerman and An- 
derson Craig 

Describes the work of the Union of Amer- 
ican Hebrew Congregations and the Hebrew 
Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. 
Shows how a new congregation is formed and 
a synagogue is built, and follows the training 
of a rabbinical student, describing his work 
after his ordination 

LC card Fi A 59-315 

AMERICANIZING THE WHITE MAN 

In IOWA READING FILMS (COLLEGE 
LEVEL) (15 films) 

AMERICA'S PLACE IN THE WORLD PIC- 
TURE 
In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITY (22 films) 

AMERICA'S WILLIAMSBURG. ColonialWms 

1958 20min sd color $90. free loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Available in b&w. 13'^min. $35. free-loan 
Produced by Richard deRochemont 
Depicts what one can see and do while 
visiting the colonial capital of Virginia 

ANCIENT ORIENT: THE FAR EAST. Coronet 
1957 13i/2min sd b&w $75, color $137.50 

Jh-sh-c Guide 

Traces through re-enactments and au- 
thentic locales the growth of early oriental 
civilizations in India, China, and Japan. Uses 
early manuscripts, paintings, sculpture, and 
architecture to show the neritage and ideas 
that have shaped oriental life and thought from 
ancient times to the present day 
LC card Fi A 58-895 
BFLA evaluation card No. 3619 



ANCIENT PAESTUM: CITY OF THE 
GREEKS AND ROMANS. Coronet 1959 
21min sd b&w $120, color $220 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Film Edizioni Scienza e 
Tecnica, Rome. Italy 

Depicts Paestum, in southern Italy, where 
archeologists discovered remnants of a civil- 
ization founded by the Greeks in the 6th cen- 
tury, B.C. Studies the plan of the city and its 
buildings, many in the Doric tradition, sculp- 
ture and ceramic work, artifacts, and other 
relics of a culture representative of ancient 
Greece and Rome 

LC card Fi A 59-439 

ANGLER'S PARADISE. McCarty 1957 27min sd 
color free -loan 

el-jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by L. R. Huber Productions for 
Northern Consolidated Airlines, Anchorage, 
Alaska 

Describes the fishing, scenery, and other 
outdoor attractions of the Katmai National 
Monument area in southwestern Alaska. In- 
cludes views of the Valley of Ten Thousand 
Smokes, active volcanoes, and mountains of 
the region 

LC card Fi A 59-17 

ANIMALS IN THE WORLD OF ART. NET 

1956 30min sd b&w (World of art ser) rent 
$4.75 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by WQED 

Discusses the role of animals in artistic 
expression. Shows drawings of animals by 
ancient man to illustrate various designs. Ex- 
plains the use of simple tools and materials. 
Presents various interpretations from the real 
to the abstract 

ANIMALS OF ALASKA. Northern 1958 llmin 

sd color $'95 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Correlated with the book "Alaska's ani- 
mals and fishes" by Frank Dufresne 

Shows views of typical wild animals of 
Alaska, mcluding the Dall sheep, mountain 
goat, bear, moose, pika, ground squirrel, hoary 
marmot, porcupine, red fox, seal, sea lion, 
walrus, caribou, bison, and musk ox. Includes 
maps showing the habitat of each 

LC card Fi A 59-18 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3730 

ANIMALS THROUGH THE WINTER. McGraw 
1958 llmin sd b&w $57.50, rent apply; color 
$125, rent apply 

el Guide 

Produced by Centron Corp. 
Shows the various ways in which animals 
adapt or change to meet the problems of winter 
LC card Fi A 58-450 

ANNIVERSARY. ILGWU 1957 SOmin sd b&w 
$100. rent $5 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Traces, the history of the garment worker 
union, pomting out the organization, member- 
ship, and growth of the ILGWU. Includes 
scenes of the 25th anniversary celebration of 
Dubinsky's presidency, held at Madison Square 
Garden, and attended by Eleanor Roosevelt. 
Mayor Robert F Wagner. Judge Jacob Panken, 
AFL-CIO President George Meany, and others 

LC card Fi A 57-669 

^^^tF"- i^P^^S-PHOTOGRAPHER. IntFlm 
Bur 1958 20mm sd b&w $150. rent $10 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Larry Dawson Productions 

Records the life and work of Ansel 
Adams, the American photographer. Describes 
the photographer's equipment, his home, his 
interests, and his attitude toward art in gen- 
eral, toward photography, and toward life 

LC card Fi A 59-73 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3577 

ANTARCTIC ADVENTURE. NZealEmb 1957 
25min sd b&w rent apply 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

.■u ^ Shows preparation in New Zealand for 
the departure of personnel proceeding to New 
Zealand's Scott Base in McMurdo Sound and 
scenes of the construction of the Base itself 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



ANTHROPOMORPHIC CRIMINAL 
In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

APPROACHING THE SPEED OF SOUND. 

Shell 1958 27min sd color (High speed 
flight ser) free -loan 

sh-c-ad 

Describes and explains how sound travels 
through air and why the speed of sound 
affects high speed aircraft. Includes views of 
shock waves building up 

LC card Fi A 58-3354 

ARCHERY INSTRUCTION AND SAFETY. 

Ambrosch 1958 lOmin sd (Magic bow ser) 
b&w $50: color $100. rent $3.50 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Explains parts of equipment and how to 
use it with instructions on safety precautions 

ARCHITECTURAL SCULPTURE 

In VISITS WITH A SCULPTOR (10 films) 

ARE AMERICANS CIVILIZED? NET 1956 
30min sd b&w (Measure of man ser) rent 
$4.75 

c-ad 
Produced by KQED 

Discusses the question, "Are Americans 
civilized?" Points out that many foreigners 
look upon America as a ray materialistic, un- 
couth, mercenary, and even uncivilized nation. 
Inquires into the factors in American society 
that have brought such criticism from abroad 

ARE ATOMS REAL? 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 

ARE SCIENTISTS DOGMATIC? 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 

ARE TEENAGERS UNIVERSALLY MISUN- 
DERSTOOD? NET 1957 29min sd b&w 
(World we want: 1957 ser) rent $4.75 

sh-ad 

Produced by WOR-TV 

New York Herald Tribune Forum del- 
egates from Brazil, Finland. Japan, Jordan, and 
Singapore are divided on the question, but 
they indicate that there is misunderstanding 
between parents and teenagers in their coun- 
tries 

ARE YOU POPULAR? Coronet 1958 llmin sd 
b&w $60, color $110 

Jh-sh Guide 
Dramatized incidents about a teen-age 
boy and girl who are popular and welcome in 
any group because they are friendly, consid- 
erate, and interested in other people provide 
a helpful guide to the solution of personal and 
social problems commonly faced by teenagers 
LC card Fi A 58-1144 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3838 

ARE YOU POSITIVE? NatTB 1957 13l^min sd 
color free -loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Edward Cullen Associates 
Starts with popular misconceptions, shows 
how they develop, then refutes them. Discus- 
ses various common misconceptions about tu- 
berculosis and about the status of tuberculosis 
control in the United States 
LC card Fi A 58-822 

ARE YOU THIS MAN? Editorial 1957 13y2min 
sd b&w or color free-loan 

sh -C- ad 

Sponsored by McCall's magazine 
Shows shoe salesman's etiquette using 
the camera as the customer so that the typical 
salesman addresses the audience directly. Dem- 
onstrates salesman's handling of two typical 
customers 

ARGENTINA. NET 1956 29min sd b&w (Amer- 
ica looks abroad ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WTTW 

Outlines Argentine history and discusses 
the political and economic climate, with pros- 
pects for the future. Shows Argentina's prob- 
lems and possibilities. Depicts the land and 
the people 



ARISTOTLE AND THE SCIENTIFIC METH- 
OD. Coronet 1959 13V2min sd b&w $75. color 
$137.50 

Jh-sh Guide 

Stresses Aristotle's contribution to the 
development of the scientific method. Explains 
that departing from Plato's ideas, Aristotle 
made observations based on his experience, 
classified his data, performed experiments, and 
sought to arrive at generalizations or princi- 
ples. Shows how his work laid the foundations 
for such sciences as botany and zoology 

ARMIDALE, PROVINCIAL CITY. AustrlNews 
1958 9%min sd color $85. rent $2.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Depicts New England College and rural 
industry 

ARNOLD TOYNBEE. EBF 1958 28min sd b&w 
(Wisdom ser) $150, rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

British historian. Arnold Toynbee, talks 
about the experiences that have influenced his 
work, describes the quarter century of re- 
search and writing that went into his monu- 
mental summary of world history, and dis- 
cusses his philosophy of historical causation 

LC card Fi A 58-1136 

ART OF SOFT SOLDERING. IntBus 1956 
ISmin sd color purchase apply, free-loan 

c-ad 

Indicates the basic steps of soft solder- 
ing — shows the soldering of various types of 
electronic connections, action of flux, melting 
and cooling of solder, preparation of solder- 
ing equipment 

ART SCHOOL. ModernTP 1958 26min sd color 
free -loan 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by United States Productions 
for Famous Artists Schools 

The story of the home-study art school 
founded by 12 famous American artists and 
shows the school today 

ARTISTS OF PROVENCE. Radiant 1956 
4%min sd b&w or color free-loan 

p. el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

The arts and crafts of this province 
where Van Gogh painted and where Picasso 
now produces ceramics 

AS CONSUMERS WE'RE OWNERS. Coop 
League 1958 13i^min sd color $125, rent $5 

ad 

Produced by Gilbert Altschul Produc- 
tions 

Explains what it means to join neighbors 
as an owner and user of an attractive, modern 
cooperative supermarket or shopping center 

ASBESTOS. . .A MATTER OF TIME. Johns- 
M 1958 23min sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 
Stresses the important role played by 
asbestos fibre in our daily lives and economy. 
Mining and milling of this mineral is followed 
by various examples of the products that 
benefit by their fibre content 

ASIA UNLIMITED. Swissair 1958 30min sd 
b&w free-loan 

ad 
An American business man travels by 
Swissair from Zurich to Tokyo 

ASSIGNMENT INDIA. EBF 1958 56min sd 
b&w $150, rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Sponsored by NBC 

Reveals India as a land with young, 
exciting ideas of democracy, outgrowing its 
ancient patterns of caste and custom. Shows 
how programs in agriculture, industry and 
education are geared to raise the nation's 
standard of living 

LC card Fi A 58-1035 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



ASSIGNMENT: MANKIND. Lesser 1959 28min 
sd color $200. rent $10 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Tells of a day In the life of the Christian 
Science Monitor. Foreig'n correspondents in- 
troduce world renowned personag'es in their 
native lands. Portrays the preparation, print- 
ing and all detail in readying a daily news- 
paper 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3660 

AT HOME WITH THE ABRAHAM LIN- 
CO LNS. Editorial 1956 6min sd b«&w or 
color (Our living heritage ser) free-loan 

e!-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by McCall's magazine 
Shows the Springfield, Illinois home of 
the Lincoln's while a still picture crew from 
McCall's photographs an article for McCall's 
food department. Also shows the detailed 
making of spice cake, a favorite dessert of 
Abe Lincoln 

ATMOSPHERE AROUND US. NET 1956 
30min sd b&w (Tempest in a test tube 
ser) rent $4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by KQED 

Explains the operation of a barometer 
and illustrates its use. Shows how data about 
atmospheric pressure is used in plotting 
weather maps. Demonstrates the effect of 
pressure change on boiling water 

ATOMIC ACHIEVEMENT. Contem 1956 20min 
sd color $150. rent $6 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by British Central Oflfice of 
Information 

The story of Britain's work in harnessmg 
atomic power for peaceful uses and of the 
highly developed industrial and technical skill 
which has made this possible 

ATOMIC BARRAGE 

In DOCTORS IN SPACE (13 films) 

ATOMIC ISLANDS. Guild 1956 26y2min sd 
b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Behind the scenes at the Bikini and 
Eniwetok Atom Bomb Tests. Animation shows 
the method of splitting the atom, and ultra- 
slow motion shows the results of the H-Bomb 
tests 

ATOMS AND MOLECULES. EBP 1958 13min 
sd b&w $75, rent $3; color $150, rent $5 

Jh-sh Guide 
Companion to film "Molecules in motion" 
Shows how atoms combine into molecules 
to form all materials. Defines and illustrates 
elements, compounds, and mixtures, and shows 
how all matter may be classified into these 
three groups 

LC card Fi A 58-680 

ATOMS AND MOLECULES. NET 1956 30min 
sd b&w (Tempest in a test tube ser) rent 
$4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by KQED 

Demonstrates the smallness of these 
atoms and molecules by means of oil film on 
water and the passage of hydrogen through a 
clay cup 

ATOMS IN AGRICULTURE. MichStU 1957 
26i^min sd (County agent ser) b&w $100, 
rent apply; color $200, rent apply 

c-ad .. 

Produced by Capital Films 

A look into the future as plant and ani- 
mal research workers bring atomic science to 
bear on raismg more efficient plants and ani- 
mals 

ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE THEODORE 
ROOSEVELT. McGraw 1957 27min sd b&w 
(You are there ser) $135, rent apply 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by CBS-TV 

Reconstructs events of October 14, 1912, 
draniatizmg Theodore Roosevelt's campaign to 
regam the Presidency on the Bull Moose ticket 



in 1912, showing the attempt on his life out- 
side his hotel in Milwaukee and depicting the 
character of the man who continued to cam- 
paign for his principles despite the wound in 
his chest 

LC card Fi A 58-859 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3499 

AUSTRALIA, FRIEND AND NEIGHBOR. 

AustrlNews 1958 19min sd b&w $60, rent $3 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
A general survey of Australia for South 
East Asia 

AUSTRALIAN COLOUR DIARY SERIES. 

AustrlNews ea approx 9min sd color ea $85, 
rent ea $2.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Issued periodically since 1958 

A series of newsreels about topical Aus- 
tralian subjects 

Detailed information about the content of 
each film may be obtained from the distributor 

AUSTRALIAN DIARY SERIES. AustrlNews ea 
approx lOmin sd b&w ea $30, rent ea $1.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Issued periodically since 1947 

A series of newsreels about topical Aus- 
tralian subjects 

Detailed information about the content of 
each film may be obtained from the distributor 

"^^^li^^VAN FOOD PARADE. AustrlNews 
1958 19min sd color $170. rent $5 

sh-c-ad 

Sydney^Sho^^^^" Primary industries and Royal 

AUSTRALIAN REPORTER. AustrlNews 1957 
9min sd b&w $30. rent $1.50 

sh-c-ad 

Radio^lifs'trfha''^"^ '"^ ^^^"^^' ^^""^ ^^^^^^^• 

^^^IrS^^n'^'^ ^AR, MEMORIAL. AustrlNews 
1956 20min sd color $170, rent $5 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

+^oi,o^^^r,^®^°^^*l.t° commemorate all Aus- 
tralians who have died in their country's wars 

AWARD WINNING IDEAS FOR YOUR HOME 

AmViscose 1957 5min sd b&w free-loan 

Jh-sh-c 

Produced by Hartley Productions 
A^^ -^^ ^J^ interview with a fabric designer 
pnrt'T^h^^^^^- ""T "«^« fo^ ancient lUce lofms! 
and fabrics in decorator-designed settings In- 

tiblf settogs ''''''"' ^^"^"^^ ^"^ suggestions fSr 
LC card Fi A 57-613 



ad Guide 
Produced by NBC -TV 

hiffhe<?®l?«KflJ?® J^°^^^^*.°^ adoption and the 
agency ffeid^^"^*^^ °^ practice in the adoption 

^^%^ hJ'^°/J"^ sun. McGraw 1957 27min 
sd b&w (Perspective ser) $125 ^'""n 

c-ad 

ada ^^°^^^^^ ^y National Film Board of Can- 

ipm« a^+^?^f treatment of mental health prob- 

" """£% SSr^i inr-,!h' e^lti^1?a.Tt?efl 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3620 

ad 

evaluaHo,^® .}^u- ^-^^P^ l^^^n by a cardiac work 

LC card Fi A 59-145 

iiiJ^LA evaluation card No. 3768 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



BACKGROUND TO FEDERATION^^^ ...r^.r-^ 
In NEW NATION IN THE WEST INDIES 

(4 films) 

BACTERIA: LABORATORY STUDY. IndU 1958 
15min sd b&w $75, rent $3.75; color $150, 
rent $5.50 _ .^ 

sh-c Guide 
Contrasts worlds beyond our own with 
the world of miscroscopic living things, repre- 
sented by protozoa, algae, yeasts, bacteria, and 
viruses _ »„ „„ 

LC card Fi A 59-23 ^ _ „^^^ 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3661 

BALANCE IN ACTION. Franciscan 1956 13min 
sd b&w $65, rent $6 

c-ad 

Produced by Varifllms 

Demonstrates the importance of the ap- 
plication of good body mechanics to nursing 
assignments 

LC card Fi A 57-510 

BANFF AND LAKE LOUISE. CanPac 1957 
14min sd b&w or color free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows the resorts at Banff and Lake 
Louise, with views of the Banff Springs Hotel 
and the Chateau Lake Louise. Includes scenes 
of golfing, tennis, photography, swimming, rid- 
ing, and niking 

LC card Fi A 58-185 

BANK HOLIDAY CRISIS OF 1933. McGraw 

1957 27min sd b&w (You are there ser) 
$135, rent apply 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by CBS -TV 

Reconstructs the events of March 6, 1933, 
when President Franklin Roosevelt acted to 
avert a panic that was sweeping the nation 

LC card Fi A 59-55 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3500 

BANNERS OVER VALLEY FORGE. BoyS 1957 
14y2min sd color $65, rent $4.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Highlights of the Fourth National Jambo- 
ree. Also shows jet airplanes zooming over the 
jamboree site, Indian dances, and Scottish bag- 
pipers 

BASIC PRINCIPLES OF WASHERS. ModernTP 

1958 18i^min sd color free-loan 

Jh 

Produced by Colmes-Werrenrath Produc- 
tions for American Home Laundry Manufac- 
turers' Assn. 

Explains the modern washing principles 
and new features of automatic home laundry 
machines, and offers a fashion show of today's 
versatile washable clothes 

BASTILLE DAY IN PARIS. Radiant 1956 
3%min sd color (France for fun ser) free- 
loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
An historical account of the annual cele- 
bration held every July 14th in Paris 

BATTLE LINES. MichStU 1957 26y2min sd 
(County agent ser) b&w $100, rent apply; 
color $200, rent apply 

c-ad 

Produced by Capital Films 

Insect research from the cotton fields of 
Alabama to the research test plots at South 
Haven, Michigan — for more and better fruit and 
vegetables 



BATTLE OF BRITAIN 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 



BEACHCOIVIBERS. Guild 1956 26y2min sd 
b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Following in the footsteps of Robinson 
Crusoe, a couple of tired busmessmen decide 
to "get lost" on a deserted island. The simple 
life turns out to be simple with strange birds 
and animals challenging them 



BEAR COUNTRY. Assn 1956 33min sd color 
(True life adventure ser) rent $10 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Walt Disney Productions 
Depicts the North American black bear in 
his natural environment 

BEARDSLEY RUML— l-IV 
In HERITAGE X (4 films) 

BEASTS AND BONES 

In SCIENTIFIC METHODS (13 films) 

BEAUTIFUL BOOK 

In WRITTEN WORD (15 films) 

BEEF IN THE BALANCE. VirginiaPoly 1958 
13min sd b&w or color purchase apply, 
free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows how improved and more profitable 
strains of beef cattle are developed by adding 
a "record of performance" factor to existing 
standards of show-ring judging 

BEFORE BACKBONES— THE STORY OF 
THE EARLY INVERTEBRATES. NET 

1956 SOmin sd b&w (Discovery II ser) rent 
$4.75 

el-Jh-sh 
Produced by WGBH 

Story of the earth when inhabited by 
creatures without backbones. Uses fossils, dio- 
ramas, and animation to show the giants be- 
longing to the Cambrian, Ordovician, and Silur- 
nian periods 

BEGINNERS' LEATH ERCRAFT. Tandy 1956 
13i^min sd color free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Sullivan Bruce Co. 
Shows leatherwork other than items that 
are to be tooled or stamped on leather 

BEGINNING GOOD POSTURE HABITS. Coro- 
net 1957 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 

p Guide 

Shows what constitutes good posture and 
how it effects body growth. Points out that 
how one stands affects how tall one looks and 
suggests that youngsters can improve their 
posture by "feeling tall" and by helping each 
other remember good posture habits 
LC card Fi A 57-833 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3501 

BEGINNING RESPONSIBILITY: BOOKS AND 
THEIR CARE. Coronet 1959 llmin sd b&w 
$60, color $110 

p Guide 
Shows the proper care of books: How a 
new book should be opened and handled, how 
to keep from soiling it, the proper kind of book- 
mark to use, where the book should be kept 
when not in use. and how it should be mended 
If damaged 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3802 

THE BEGINNINGS OF A CONFERENCE FOR 
TELEVISION 
In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITY (22 films) 

BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE SUPERMAR- 
KET. FilmAssoc 1958 llmin sd b&w $55. 
color $110 

p-el Guide 
Produced by Josef Lesser 
Johnny visits a supermarket and sees 
how food IS brought in by trucks, how it is 
processed and stored until needed, and how it 
as displayed for customers. Shows why many 
people doing many different jobs are needed 
for supermarket service 

LC card Fi A 58-3311 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3874 

^^^y^"^ J^*^^ T\?ln PennStU 1957 15min sd 
b&w $75. rent $3.50 

sh-c-ad 

Describes the variety of careers open to 
students of journalism, explaining the need for 
careful preparation 

LC card Fi A 58-3333 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



BELGIAN CONGO AND SOUTH AFRICA 
In REPORT ON AFRICA (3 films) 

"BELLE EPOQUE" SEEN BY SEM THE 
CARTOONIST. NET 1956 15min sd b&w 
(Images of art ser) rent $4 
sh-c-ad 
Produced by Radiodifussion Television 
Francaise 

Pictures, through the work of Sem. a time 
when people lived at leisure and were dedicated 
to music and entertainment 

BERMUDA TREASURE HUNT. ModemTP 

1956 27min sd color free-loan 

c-ad 

Produced by Victor Kayfetz for Bermuda 
Trade Development Board 

Landmarks and beaches of the Bermuda 
vacation land 

BEST OF PRO- FOOTBALL 1957. MillerBrew 
1958 28min sd b&w free-loan 
ad 
Produced by Tel-Ra Productions 
Scenes from a dozen pro -football contests 
show grid greats including Y.A. Tittle, Johnny 
Unitas. Frank GifCord. Rick Casares. Tobm Rote 

BETTER BEGINNING. NorthwestU 1958 18min 
sd b&w $50. free-loan 

c-ad Guide 
Sponsored by The Junior League of Evan- 
ston 

An explanation of the purposes and proce- 
dures of the Premature Babies Milk Bank, 
operated by the Junior League of Evanston 
(111.) since 1953. Through this, project, breast 
milk is collected, frozen, stockpiled and dis- 
pensed free to premature and sickly infants 

BETTER CORN PRODUCTION. VirginiaPoly 

1957 12%min sd b&w purchase apply, free- 

loan .... 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Highlights of good corn production 

BETWEEN THE RIVERS 

In WRITTEN WORD (15 films) 

BEYOND OUR SOLAR SYSTEM. Coronet 1959 
llmin sd b&w $60 

e!-Jh Guide 

Telescopic photographs taken at Mount 
Wilson and Yerkes observatories and artwork 
are used to explain basic concepts about stars, 
nebulas, major constellations, and galaxies be- 
yond the Milky Way. Presents the physical 
characteristics of these bodies 

BIBLE LANDS. Ideal 1957 25%min sd color 
rent $2.50 

sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Pan American World Air- 
ways 

Depicts the Middle East lands of Biblical 
history, including Damascus and Egypt 

BICYCLE CLOWN. Davis.Sid 1959 lOmin sd 
b&w $60, color $120 

el Guide 
Because of his reckless bike riding and 
showing off, Johnny has an accident. Shows 
why certain bike riding behavior is wrong, and 
therefore unsafe, and points out a few of the 
unsound reasons why some boys and girls still 
do act incorrectly and imprudently 

BIG CAGE. UW 1958 9min sd b&w $22.95 
p-el-Jh 
Clyde Beatty uses his whip, chair and 
brains to subdue a cageful of lions and tigers 

BIG COUNTRY, BIG FISH. CanTrav 1957 13min 
sd color free -loan 



Follows a party of fishermen as they ven- 
ture far beyond the more frequented fishing 
areas and pull up giant- size catches of trout, 
pike, pickerel, and walleye in the lake country 
of northern Manitoba. Includes views of the 
lakes and the rivers of the area, and of ac- 
cessible campsites and lodges 

LC card Fi A 58-3395 



BIG DIFFERENCE. IntMin 1956 25min sd color 
free -loan 

sh-c-ad 

Story of how improved fertilization prac- 
tices increase farmers income. Numerous scenes 
of farming, particularly harvesting. Shows how 
fertilizer is manufactured 

BIRDS IN WINTER. EBF 1958 llmin sd b&w 
$60. rent $2.50: color $120. rent $4 

el Guide 

Shows the various ways in which birds 
are adapted to winter weather — both those 
which stay through the winter and those which 
migrate to southern climates 

LC card Fi A 59-396 

BIRTH OF A NEW PHYSICS 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 

BIRTH OF A SUPERLINER. Guild 1956 
26V^min sd b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) 
rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Story of shipbuilding, from man's first 
attempt to float on logs to the building of the 
superliner S.S. United States 

BLACK AND WHITE IN SOUTH AFRICA 

In COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS SER- 
lES (13 films) 

BLOCK SIGNAL, CTC, AND INTERLOCKING 
RULES. IllCentral 1958 80min sd color $400 
free -loan 

ad 

Presents selected rules, regulations, def- 
initions, general notices, and operating proce- 
dures prescribed in the issue of the Rules and 
regulations of the Transportation Department 
of the Illinois Central Railroad 

LC card Fi A 58-1065 

BLOOD, SWEAT, AND COAL MINES 
In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

BLUE ANGELS. Princeton 1958 26V2min sd 
color (America on parade ser) free -loan 

sh-c ad 

Sponsored by Grumman Aircraft Engi- 
neering Corp. 

Story of the Navy's supersonic demon- 
stration flight team in action, filmed at Pen- 
sacola, Fla., and China Lake Naval Air Sta- 
tion (California) 

BOATING SAFETY. JohnsonMot 1956 24min sd 
color free -loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by George W. Colburn Labora- 
tory 

Two subjects, "Lubber afloat" and "Man- 
ners aboard," on one reel. Touches humorously 
on the subject of safety. The former tells of 
"Lem Lubber" and how he learns about boat- 
ing. The second half deals with the downfall 
of a hot -rod 

BOATS: BUOYANCY, STABILITY, PROPUL- 
SIGN. Coronet 1959 13y2min sd b&w $75, 
color $137.50 

el-jh Guide 

Demonstrations show Archimedes' prin- 
ciple in explaining why certain objects float in 
water while others do not. Examines these fac- 
tors which give boats and ships stability mak- 
ing them useful to man, shows the various 
methods of propulsion and illustrates how a 
submarine submerges and rises 

BOATS, MOTORS, AND PEOPLE. AmRed 
Cross 1958 13%min sd b&w $13.50, free-loan 
color $35.50, free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Johnson Motors 

Describes the fundamentals of small craft 
safety, explaining the rules of the road, the 
selection and use of equipment, anchoring tech- 
nique, the rescue of a capsized boat, and tips 
on water skiing 

LC card Pi A 58-595 

BOBWHITE ON THE WING. TennGame&Pish 
1958 19min sd b&w or color purchase apply, 
free -loan 

p-el-jh-sh-c-ad 
Tennessee Charlie reflects on the life 
cycle of the bobwhite. Shows hunters In the 
field as they seek quail 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



BOEING JET FLEET. Boeing 1957 20min sd 
color $100 , .^ ^ 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Ludwig H. Zwilgmeyer 
Deals with the historical development of 
the Boeing jet tradition. Then describes the 
B-47, B-52, 707 and KC-135, pointing out the 
significant features of each airplane 

BOEING 707 JET TRANSPORT CABIN IN- 
TERIOR MOCKUP. Boeing 1956 8min sd 
color $50 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Also available in Spanish or Portuguese 

versions 

Produced by Ludwig H. Zwilgmeyer 
Shows the Boeing 707 Stratoliner— a new 

concept in passenger cabin interiors — the jet 

stratoliner of tomorrow 

BOOK TAKES FORM 

In WRITTEN WORD (15 films) 

BORN CRIMINAL 

In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

BOY AND THE MOUNTAINS. Moyer 1958 
16min sd color (Northwest ser) purchase 
apply 

p-el-Jh 
Deals with the conservation of forests, 
and wild -life. A boy's adventure and dis- 
covery of conservation in the mountains of 
Washington 

EFL.A evaluation card No, 3731 

BOY IN THE DOORWAY. Bellefaire 1957 28min 
sd color $192.60. rent $10 

ad 

Produced by Cinecraft Productions 
An unloved boy, unable to achieve at 
school, is sent to Bellefaire for casework psy- 
chiatric treatment and special school facilities. 
He starts to come out of his shell, and for the 
first time in his life is able to recognize both 
father and himself in true perspective 

BOY OF RENAISSANCE ITALY. Coronet 1957 
13l^min sd b&w $75. color $137.50 

el-Jh Guide 

Follows the activities of an apprentice 
artist of 1500 who points out the people of 
the times — the rich merchants, peasants, sol- 
diers, artists, and professors — and introduces 
the spirit of the Renaissance. Filmed in Flor- 
ence, Italy 

LC card Fi A 58-896 

BFLA evaluation card No. 3341 

BRAIN IS THE REASON. NatWCTU rev 1958 
25min sd b«few $50 

Jh-sh-ad 

Revision of film "It's the brain that 
counts" 

Produced by Chicago Film Laboratory 

A bad -yard barbecue forms the back- 
ground for a presentation explaining how al- 
cohol affects judgment and reason and why 
drinlcing may cause accidents and death 

LC card Fi A 58-3537 

BRAKES AND MISBEHAVIOR 
In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

BRATTAIN ON SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS. 

BellTel 1959 30min sd b&w free-loan 

c Guide 
Produced by Audio Productions 
Demonstration of thermal conductivity 
and emf, photo conductivity and emf and rec- 
tification: also new semiconductor phenomena. 
Presented by Dr W. H. Brattain. co-inventor 
of the transistor 

BRAZIL. NET 1956 29min sd b&w (America 
looks abroad ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WTTW 

Discusses the politicail history of Brazil 
and her relations with the United States. Con- 
siders Brazilian art, economic problems and 
gotentialities, and the role of United States 
usiness in Brazil. Presents the land and tiie 
people 



BREAD BASKET. MichStU 1957 26%min sd 
(County agent ser) b&w $100, rent apply; 
color $200, rent a,pply 

c-ad 

Produced by Capital Films 

A look over the shoulder of the plant 
breeder as he works to develop better varieties 
of potatoes, com and snapdragons 

BREATH OF LIFE. Classroom 1958 30min sd 

color $280 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Bill Adams Productions 
Gives pointers on safety of skindiving;. 
Shows how to use breathing equipment and 
other rules of the sport in the confines of a 
swimming pool 

BRIGHT YOUNG NEWCOMER 

In OFFICE SUPERVISORS' PROBLEMS 
(6 films) 

BRUCE CATTON— l-IV 

In HERITAGE X! (4 films) 

BUILDING AN AGRICULTURAL EMPIRE 
In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

BUILDING UP A NEW THEORY 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 

BUILDING WITH PRESTRESSED CON- 
CRETE. Barbre 1959 28min sd color free- 
loan 

sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Colorado Fuel & Iron Corp. 
Shows manufacture and use of prestressed 
concrete beams 

BUILT FOR LIVING. SouthernPine 1957 26min 
sd b&w or color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Texas Industrial Film Co. 

Shows a typical American family— a,nd of 
their dreams, planning and final realization of 
a home designed and built especially for them 
and for their kind of living 

BUN-KA. Classroom 1957 llmin sd color $110 
el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Serisawa Brothers 
Depicts an introduction to the beauty 
and esthetics of Japanese culture. An approach 
to universal understanding of the oriental arts 
is done in three parts — dance, music and flower 
arrangement 

BUTTERFLIES AND MOTHS. NET 1956 30min 
sd b&w (Discovery II ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by WGBH 

Shows and discusses the order of insects 
known as Lepidoptera or scale-Winged insects. 
Illustrates with collections of butterflies and 
moths from many parts of the world. Explains 
how to begin a collection 

BUTTERFLIES AND MOTHS. TennGamefe 
Fish 1958 13min sd b&w or color (World 
outdoors ser) purchase apply, free -loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Explores the world of the butterfly and 
shows the life cycle of the polyphemus moth 

BY THE GRACE OF GOD 

In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 



THE CAGE. McGraw 1957 27min sd b&w (Per- 
spective ser) $125 

c-ad 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Examines the career of an apparently 
capable business executive who suffers a ner- 
vous collapse under the tensions imposed by 
a competitive society. Suggests that people need 
to find relief from the pressures of modem 
living 

LC card Fi A 57-967 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3841 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



CALENDAR: STORY OF ITS DEVELOP- 
MENT. Coronet 1959 llmin sd b&w $bO, 
color $110 

el-sh Guide 
Traces the development of the calendar 
throug-h Egyptian, Babylonian and Roman cul- 
tures outlining the steps that led to the Julian 
and eventually the Gregorian calendar. Ex- 
amines the system devised by the Mayan civi- 
lization 

CALIFORNIA SHOWS PARIS. NatCotton 1957 
5min sd b&w free -loan 

jh-sh-c-ad 

Features the 1957 Maid of Cotton model- 
ing high fashion cottons with French models 
in Paris, France 

CAMERA ON RUSSIA. UW 1958 9min sd 
(World parade ser) b&w $22.95, color $47.25 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Contrasts different people living under 
one ideology, from Leningrad to Yalta to 
Moscow 

CAMERA ON THE OCEAN FLOOR. Guild 1956 
26^min sd b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) 
rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows the underwater world of coral 
gardens, kelp forests and strange sea life. 
Explores a South Seas wreck and sunken plane 

CAN IT HOLD TOGETHER? 

In COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS SE- 
RIES (13 films) 

CAN THE U.N. KEEP THE PEACE? World 
1957 29rain sd b&w (Your world in crisis 
ser) $80. rent $8 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Metropolitan Educational 
Television Assn. 

Discussion of past and future work of 
the UN and its impact on world public opinion. 
Participants: Mrs Vera M. Dean, Dr Saul K. 
Padover, William R. Frye 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3536 

CANINE PRIMARY 

In IOWA READING FILMS (COLLEGE 
LEVEL) (15 films) 

CARBON AND ITS COMPOUNDS. NET 1956 
30min sd b&w (Tempest in a test tube ser) 

rent $4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by KQED 

Discusses the three natural forms of car- 
bon: amorphous, graphite, and diamond. Dem- 
onstrates the properties of carbon compounds 
using calcium carbide, acetylene, carbon disul- 
phide, and ethyl alcohol 

CARDINAL TRADITION. ModemTP 1957 28min 
sd b&w free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Premier Sound & Recording 
Co. for Anheuser-Busch 

Includes highlights of world series games, 
close-ups and slow motion, and shows stars 
like Grover Cleveland Alexander, Dizzy Dean 
and Stan Musial 

^^^K?/^'^ GIRL FASHIONS. NatCotton 1957 
5i^min sd b&w free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Features New York models showing high- 
lasnion cottons for today's career girl 

^^'?^i^'^? "^ AGRICULTURE. Coronet 1958 
ISVamin sd b&w $75, color $137.50 

Jh-sh Guide 

A young man planning his future in agri- 
culture, explores the many careers in the cul- 
ture. _ explores the many careers in the field, 
learning of the opportunities in the areas of 
crop and livestock farming, agricultural re- 
search, conservation, and agricultural communi- 
cation and education 

LC card Pi A 58-516 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3805 



CARELESS CASH. Editorial 1958 9min sd b&w 
or color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by American Express Co. 

Shows typical ways of losing money 
through carelessness and crime and discusses 
travelers checks as a system of protecting cash 

CARIBBEAN FEDERATION. NET 1956 29min 
sd b&w (America looks abroad ser) rent 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WTTW 

Describes the plan for Caribbean Federa- 
tion and presents a historical survey of the 
area. Appraises the chances of success of this 
newest nation in the western hemisphere 

CARL SANDBURG. EBF 1958 30min sd b&w 
(Wisdom ser) $150, rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

Carl Sandburg, American poet, biographer 
of Lincoln, and twice winner of the Pulitzer 
Prize, plays his guitar and sings folk songs, 
recalls some of his adventures as a newspaper 
reporter, and speaks about his life -long dedica- 
tion to his writings on the life of Lincoln 

LC card Fi A 58-639 

CAROL LANE TOUR TIPS. Shell 1958 21min 
sd b&w free -loan 

sh-c-ad 

Explains how to make family travel by 
car safe and enjoyable, showing how an expert 

Eacks a bag and stows luggage in a car. Shows 
ow to keep children happy while motoring 
and how to take a "tourette," a planned, 
budgeted week-end vacation 
LC card Fi A 58-3355 

CASCADE MOUNTAINS. Moyer 1958 20min sd 
color (Northwest ser) purchase apply 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Tells the story of the Cascade Range 
mountain formation — of sedimentation and up- 
lift, of volcanic flows and eruption, and of 
water, wind, and glacial erosion 

LC card Fi A 58-6 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3732 

CASTLE GARDEN 

In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

CATALYSTS: SECRET AGENTS IN CHEMIS- 
TRY. NET 1956 30min sd b&w (Tempest in 
a test tube ser) rent $4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by KQED 

Demonstrates the action of catalysts with 
the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide, solu- 
tion of zinc in hydrochloric acid and the burn- 
ing of a sugar cube. Points out the commer- 
cial uses of catalysts 

CATTLE WARBLE FLIES. CanNFB 1959 18min 
sd b&w $80. color $160 

ad 

Describes the life cycle and parasitic 
habits of cattle warbles, the damage they cause 
annually to the cattle industry, and the control 
measures being taken in Canada 

LC card Fi A 59-124 

CHAIN OF LIFE IN THE SEA. NET 1956 
15min sd b&w (Frontiers of the sea ser) 
rent $3 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by University of Miami 
Discusses the food chain that begins with 

plankton from the sea and ends with mammals. 

birds, and man. Shows the various forms of 

plankton by microprojection 



CHANGE OF HEART. 

13^min sd b&w $35 



JewishChaut 1957 



el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Galahad Studios 
A story about Purim. Portrays a present 
day community relations conflict against a 
background of the Biblical story of Esther 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



CHANGING FOREST. McGraw 1959 19min sd 
color $210 

el-Jh-sh-c 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Presents the ecology of a deciduous forest 
area of the type found along, the southern 
fringes of the Laurentian Shield, showing the 
forest as an integrated community of living 
things, both plant and animal, balanced by 
conflict as well as harmony in the never-ending 
struggle for survival 

LC card Fi A 58-985 

CHANGING NATURE'S PLAN. MichStU 1957 
26i^min sd (County agent ser) b&w $100, 
rent apply; color $200, rent apply 

c-ad 

Produced by Capital Film Service 
A trip through swine, dairy, and poultry 
research laboratories to discover new approach- 
es to meat, ep^f^, and milk production through 
the use of antibiotics and hormones 

CHARACTERISTICS OF A CORE PROGRAM. 

TeachCol 1958 20mrn sd b&w $100 

ad 

Shows a ninth- grade core class in action. 
Presents seven characteristics of core: mutu- 
ally understood goals and procedures establish- 
ed by teacher and students; units focused on 
areas of interest to the student in his local, 
national, and world cultures; content chosen 
from many subject fields; skills taught in con- 
text; wide variety of materials used; guidance 
information utilized in teaching; and large 
block of time scheduled 

LC card Fi A 58-3316 

CHASSIDIC TALE. NatAcadJew 1958 30min 
sd b&w (Frontiers of faith ser) rent $8.50 

c-ad 

Produced by NBC-TV and Jewish The- 
ological Seminary 

Tells about a rabbi who is "different" 
and whom the townspeople find diflficult to ac- 
cept until they learn to understand his ways 
and the deep feelings and values which they 
express 

CHATEAU COUNTRY. Radiant 1956 13%min 
sd b&w or color (France for fun ser) free- 
loan 

p-e!-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Depicts the valley of the Loire, a country 
of chateaux and reminders of the Renaissance 
period 

CHEMICAL CHANGE. McGraw 1958 12min sd 
b&w $70, rent apply; color $140, rent apply 

el Guide 

Produced by Centron Corp. 

Explains that a chemical change pro- 
duces one or more substances that are dif- 
ferent from those that were present before 
the change. Describes physical change, com- 
pounds, elements, and touches on acids and 

LC card Fi A 58-449 

CHEMICAL CLOCK REACTIONS. NET 1956 
SOmin sd b&w (Tempest in a test tube 
ser) rent $4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by KQED 

Explains the factors which influence the 
rate of chemical reactions. Compares chem- 
ical reactions which take place almost imme- 
diately with those occurring after a timed 
delay. Demonstrates the effect of temperature, 
concentration, state of subdivision on chemical 
reactions 

CHEMICAL CONDUCTORS OF ELECTRIC- 
l^Y- NET 1956 30min sd b&w (Tempest in 
a test tube ser) rent $4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by KQED 

Explains the relationship between chem- 
istry and electricity. Shows the conductivity 
?LJrt^2°^^^ compounds. Demonstrates the dif- 
ference between alternating and direct current 



CHEMICAL HALL OF FAME. NET 1956 
30min sd b&w (Tempest in a test tube ser) 
rent $4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by KQED 

Discusses the work of the great men who 
have contributed to the field of chemistry. In- 
cludes Robert Boyle. Isaac Newton, Antoine 
Lavoisier. J. J. Thomson and Jacobus van't 
Hoff 

CHEMICAL REACTIONS. NET 1956 30min 
sd b&w (Tempest in a test tube ser) rent 
$4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by KQED 

Demonstrates simple reactions by burn- 
ing magnesium and phosphorus. Shows the 
complicated reactions of the decomposition and 
double displacement type 

CHEMISTRY BY CANDLELIGHT. NET 1956 
30min sd b&w (Tempest in a test tube ser) 
rent $4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by KQED 
. , Uses a candle to demonstrate the prin- 
ciples of flammability. vaporization, and capil- 
lary action. Reviews the work of Michael Far- 
aday 

CHERRIES. WisU 1957 12i^min sd color rent 
50c 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
^P A Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. 
of Agriculture (USDA) 

oi,o^r.,-9^^^^^*^ v,^^^, cannery scenes show how 
cherries are handled and processed to pro- 
vide consumers with a high quality canned or 
trozen product. Covers the importance of ade- 
quate seasonal labor for harvesting 

'^"'b&w^ent''5^o!''^^• ^''^ ^^" ^^^min sd 
sh-c-ad 

of Ag^sjis^L" ({fiDir*"^'" "■'"" "-^^ '^"'"- 

steps show the selection of birds set- 
ting up the Pit preparing bed of coals bastfSg, 

t^^^a'r^e 'c^o'ole'd^" ^"^^' ^^^ ^°^ '"> '^'' ^^^^ 

CHILD CARE PROBLEMS OF PHYSICALLY 
HANDICAPPED MOTHERS. ComiU 1957 

30min sd color $165. rent $1 ^""""^ ■^'^o' 

c-ad 

v,ov,/i--^^^^^P*^ ®5?"^® of the difficulties which 
handicapped mothers face in caring for thSr 
fn'^^'J'^^^v^'^^^^'^' showing^ how mothers in var- 
ious homes have worked out methods of han- 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3733 

CHILDREN OF AITUTAKI. NZealEmb 1958 
lOmin sd color free-loan ^a,ij2Jinu xyos 

P-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

• XT- ^95"®, aspects of the life of the childr*»n 
in the Cook Islands of the South Pacific Th? 
children act out a local legend ^^cinc. ine 

^'^'Wl^if "^ ^^. RUSSIA. Cates 1959 20min sd 

sh-c-ad 

tion« ?n?'^w^?M^^f=p'^^°'"^s I Barbre Produc- 
sStes ^^^^^ Affairs Center for the United 

n^^^^iF''^W^}■^.\^7^^^^ ^^^^ the ^educators of 
Iv;h oV ^i„ T®^!^^® Russian children at work 
thf WaSi ^r}^V • *^® circus; model sputniks in 
the Hall of Science; and scenes of the Kremlin 

^"'^ri'^nlSr ^^K SCOTLAND. EBF 1958 15min 
sd b&w $95. rent $4; color $190. rent $6 

p-el 

T^o,.t>, ^^^li,!.^,^ ?S°"^s^ village on the Firth of 
Fb J S;^r.Tr^^^f^?i, through the eyes of children 
the work of the fishermen. Pictures the chil- 
SL^"? i^ ^^^J^ home life, in school, and on a 
visit, to a large fish market and to a ship- 
Sf''t1,'^^..,^-°^" P"" the coast.. Includes scenes 
of the ruins of an old castle, recalling Scot- 
lands romantic past 

LC card Fi A 58-1039 



11 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



CHINESE VILLAGE. ColonialWms 1958 llmin 
sd color $65, rent $3 

el-Jh-sh.c-ad 

Uses characters depicted in antique 
Oriental wallpaper in the Governor's Palace in 
Williamsburg. Va.. to tell the fable of the 
Chinese mountain town where stands the lotus 
tree, symbol of peace, illustrating the life, 
legend, and philosophy of ancient China 
LC card Fi A 58-3336 
EFLiA evaluation card No. 3581 

CHIROPRACTIC STORY. ModernTP 1958 
14%min sd b&w or color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Del Lord Productions for 
National Chiropractic Assn. 

Presents the chiropractic profession and 
education of a doctor of chiropractic 

CHLORINE: A REPRESENTATIVE HALO- 
GEN. Classroom 1958 17min sd color $130. 
rent $10 

sh-c Guide 
Produced by John Sutherland Produc- 
tions 

Portrays general information, laboratory 
and industrial preparation, and the physical 
and chemical properties of chlorine. Presents 
reactions with other elements and compounds, 
the uses of chlorine, and opportunities for 
chlorine research 

CHOOSING A LEADER. McGraw 1957 9min 
sd b&w (What do you think ser) $50 

Jh-sh.c-ad 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Deals with the problem of how a group 
chooses a leader wisely. Revolves around a 
group of teenagers hiking through the woods 
who face the possibility of getting lost 

LC card Fi A 58-424 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3493 



CITRUS CONTRIBUTIONS TO FRESH FOR 
HEALTH. ModernTP 1958 14min sd color 
free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows new cultivating methods for fresh 
citrus fruits, nutritional values found in fresh 
citrus, and several recipes using the fruit 

CITY DECIDES. Contem 1957 27y2min sd b&w 
$75. rent $7.50 

sh-c-ad 
_ Produced by Charles Guggenheim for 
Fund for the Republic 

Tells about the integration of the pub- 
lic schools of St Louis. The story revolves 
around a teacher who was directly faced with 
a "racial incident" in his class at Beaumont 
High School shortly after integration took 
place 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3507 

CITY HIGHWAYS. Dowling 1958 13min sd 
color $130 

ei-Jh Guide 

Discusses the need for limited access 
highways through cities. Shows how highways 
are designed, nnanced, constructed. Explains 
how such freeways and highways keep traffic 
flowing more safely in expanding city areas 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3806 

CITY IN TROUBLE. Finley 1958 20min sd 
b&w $75. color $150 

sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Federal City Council 
Covers civic problems in Washington, 
D.C. such as slums and traffic bottlenecks. 
Shows how the Federal City Council helped 
facilitate southwest Washington's urban re- 
newal program and how it worked to break 
the impasse over building a new bridge across 
the Potomac River 



CHRISTMAS IN AUSTRALIA. AustrlNews 
1958 9min sd color $85. rent $2.50 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
How Christmas is celebrated in a land 
where it falls during mid-summer 

CHRISTMAS ON GRANDFATHER'S FARM 
(1890's). Coronet 1958 22min sd b&w $120, 
color $220 

p-el-Jh-ad Guide 
Children, and grandchildren spend an old 
fashioned Christmas with grandpa and grand- 
ma at the big farmhouse. Shows grandpa read- 
mg the Biblical account of the first Christmas, 
the twinkling candles on the tree, and the 
hand -made gifts 

LC card Fi A 58-855 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3664 

CIRCLE OF CONFIDENCE. Assn 1959 27%min 
sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
_ Sponsored by Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Co. 

The history of how auto racing all over 
the world contributes to the development and 

froduction of safer automobile tires. Includes 
.ndianapolis^ Speedway. Daytona. Pan Amer- 
ican Road Race. Monza. Italy 

^'^^oyj-^Ji®'^ °f THE BLOOD. AmHeart 
1958 8%min sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

V. H^^^i- diagrammatic drawings to show 
♦,?J^ i^®*i?®^^^* works, to explain the struc- 
ture of the arteries, and to show how their 
expansion and contraction controls the flow 
of blood. Animated diagrams trace the 
circulation of the^ blood through the body 
LC card Fi A 59-146 

^'"'"fl^.^v'rtcX'rt^v, SJO?/ °^ THE HEBREW 
^/^l)^T^f^^\- AmFriendsHebU 1956 13m^ 
sd b&w free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

+1,^ xKy^^^Hj^^ background and purpose of 
the Hebrew University. Shows its new build- 



CITY IS A PLAYGROUND. Rothschild 1957 
7min sd b&w $37.50. color $75 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by George Manupelli 
Presents the kaleidoscope of a metropolis 
with the opportunities it provides a child for 
adjusting and regulating nis behavior 

CITY OF GOLD. McGraw 1958 22min sd b&w 
$130 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

A nostalgic recollection of the period 
when the Yukon gold fever was at its height. 
Feeling of retrospect deepened by the use of 
vintage photographs taken at that time 

LC card Fi A 58-742 



THE CLERK 

In NATURE OF WORK (6 films) 



CLIMATE AND THE WORLD WE LIVE IN. 

Coronet 1957 llmin sd b&w $75. color 
$137.50 

el-Jh Guide 
Shows the determining factors of cli- 
mate: latitude, altitude, nearness to water, 
ocean currents, prevailing winds, and mountain 
ranges. Explains the grouping of similar cli- 
mates into major types, and represents regions 
of the world to show how variations in climate 
affect human activities 

LC card Fi A 57-1022 



CLINTON GOLDEN— l-IV 

In HERITAGE III (4 films) 



CO-EXISTANCE. NET 1958 30min sd b&w 
(World we want: 1958 ser) rent $4.75 

sh-ad 

Produced by New York Herald Tribune 
Teenagers from Pakistan, Vietnam, 
Germany, and Yugoslavia discuss socialism in 
Yugoslavia and Russian communism. Questions 
the definition of the word "freedom." Analyzes 
the prospects of reunification for Germany and 
Vietnam 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



COFFEE BREAK. Calvin 1958 14min sd color 
$165 

ad 

Sponsored by University Films 
Presents both sides of the various prob- 
lems associated with the coffee break which 
are of growing concern to both management 
and personnel 

LC card Fi A 59-228 



COLD DECADE— AIRLIFT 
In AIR POWER (26 films) 



COLD DECADE— KOREAN 
In AIR POWER (26 films) 



COLD DECADE— TO THE YALU 
In AIR POWER (26 films) 



COLLECTORS' ITEM. ModernTP 1959 27min 
sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Parthenon Pictures for In- 
ternational Harvester Co. 

Modern methods of refuse collection in 
the Los Angeles area 



COLLISION STATIONS 

In DOCTORS IN SPACE (13 films) 



COLLOIDAL STATE. Coronet 1959 16min sd 
b&w $90, color $165 

sh-c Guide 

Presents the colloidal state through dab- 
oratory experiments and demonstrations. De- 
fines colloids, and their several kinds, shows 
how they differ from solutions and suspensions, 
how they may be prepared and destroyed, and 
points out the many uses of colloids in the 



chemistry of everyday life 
LC card Fi A 59-383 



COLONIAL FAIVIILY OF NEW FRANCE. Cor- 
onet 1958 13J^min sd b&w $75. color $137.50 

el-jh Guide 

Depicts colonial family life of New 
France in 1700, showing a family living on a 
tenant farm on the St Lawrence River in 
French Canada. Describes their everyday hard- 
ships and pleasures while experiencing a free- 
dom unknown in the Old World, and shows a 
visiting priest and a voyageur who bring in 
other facets of life 

LC card Fi A 58-738 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3665 



COLONIAL LIVING. IntFlmBur 1957 15min sd 
color $135, rent $7.50 

el-Jh 

Reconstructs life in the colony of Vir- 
giinia in the mid 1700' s, showing scenes of 
everyday life and the production of necessities 
such as candles, newspapers, cloth, and bread, 
together with the fashions, arts, and crafts 
of the time. Emphasizes the importance of 
these things to the lives of the villagers 

LC card Fi A 59-74 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3463 



COLONIAL SHIPBUILDING AND SEA 
TRADE. Coronet 1958 llmin sd b&w $60, 
color $110 

ei-Jh Guide 

Explains economic factors that led to the 
development of colonial shipbuilding and sea 
trade: the need for exchanging goods among 
the Colonies and with Europe, New England 
geography, available skilled workers and ousi- 
ness investors. Shows how colonial trade routes 
were established and the effect of restrictive 
English navigation laws 

LC card Fi A 58-3364 



COLONIALISM: OGRE OR ANGEL? 

In COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS SE- 
RIES (13 films) 



COLONIES LOOK AHEAD 

In COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS SE- 
RIES (13 films) 



COLOR MAGIC. ModernTP 1957 22min sd 
color $1115.32, free-loan 

c-ad 

Produced by Wilding Picture Productions 
for Interchemical Corp. 

A study of color, color contrasts, and 
color balances. Shows how color balance elimi- 
nates clash, how illusions -are formed, and how 
to eliminate them 

LC card Fi A 58-844 

COLORADO CARES. ColoHealth 1958 20min sd 
color $95, free-loan 

ad 

Produced by Western Cine Service 
Shows how Mesa County, through the 
formation of a county migrant council, brought 
together individuals and organizations inter- 
ested in and concerned with the migrants in 
that community, and how services were ex- 
panded and initiated, and how the people of 
the community and the migrants grew to 
have an understanding of each other 
LC card Pi A 58-1047 

COMBUSTION. Classroom 1958 14i/2min sd 
color $130, rent $10 

sh-c Guide 

Produced by John Sutherland Produc- 
tions 

Uses the Are triangle to visualize condi- 
tions necessary for combustion, to illustrate 
the need for all parts of the triangle to be 
present, and to show factors involving the 
rate of combustion and spontaneous ignition. 
Shows the extent and the results of partial 
and complete combustion, and describes the 
industrial uses of combustion 

LC card Fi A 59-211 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3735 



COMBUSTION AND COMBUSTION PROD- 
UCTS. NET 1956 30min sd b&w (Tempest 
in a test tube ser) rent $4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by KQED 

Demonstrates the process of combustion 
and the by-products produced. Explains how 
combustion depends on fuel, air, and heat. 
Illustrates combustion with liquid and solid 
fuels. Shows how and why various by-products 
are formed 



COMMAND PERFORMANCE. LoneStarSteel 
1956 26min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Texas Industrial Film Co. 

Shows the production of iron ore, coke, 
iron, steel, and the manufacture of steel pipe 
and cast iron pipe in an integrated steel mill 
which uses the low- content ores of East Texas 



COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS SERIES 
(13 films). McGraw 1957 ea 30min sd b&w 
ea purchase apply, rent ea apply 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Titles are: 

1. TEN DAYS THAT SHOOK THE COM- 

MONWEALTH. Describes the Common- 
wealth's structure and the changes that 
were introduced into the last Coronation 
proclamations to keep pace with political 
realities. Discusses the Suez conffict and 
examines the family rift that it created, 
pointing out that divided as Common- 
wealth opinion became, it did not seri- 
ously jeopardize the underlying unity of 
the family 
LC card Fi A 58-399 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3722 

2. PORTRAIT OF THE FAMILY. Explains 

that the Commonwealth of Nations em- 
braces a vast variety of peoples, cultures, 
languages, religions, and customs. On 
visits to nine self-governing members — 
the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, 
New Zealand, the Union of South Africa, 
India, Pakistan, Ceylon, and Ghana — 
each country is described by a native 
citizen in terms of its national and geo- 
graph i cal ch arac teri sties 
LC card Fi A 58-400 
EFLA evaluation card No, 3713 



13 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1,959 



COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS— Continued 

3. FOUR CENTURIES OF GROWING PAINS. 

Reviews how countries like Canada, Aus- 
tralia, India and others wei^e added to 
the Commonwealth, and how each of 
these countries developed economically 
and politically to the point of self-g-ov- 
ernment. Discusses some of the internal 
stresses and strains that were a natural 
part of the evolution of the Common- 
wealth into a free association of nations 
LC card Fi A 58-401 
EFLiA evaluaUon card No, 3705 

4. CRISIS IN ASIA, Traces events leading up 

to the independence of India, Pakistan, 

and Ceylon, Presents Mahatma Gandhi, 

Jawaharlal Nehru, and Muhammed Ali 

Jinnah — ^and shows the results of their 

efforts. Discusses the invisible bonds of 

unity which hold these three nations 

wiithin the Commonwealth even after 

their colonial ties with Britain have been 

cut 

DC card Fi A 58-402 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3702 

5. CAN IT HOLD TOGETHER? Shows the 

Commonwealth members frequently tak- 
ing diverging views on international is- 
sues, but able, through their very dif- 
ferences, to serve as a channel of com- 
munication between countries outside the 
Commonwealth, Analyzes differing views 
and opposing loyalties inside the Com- 
monwealth which have helpel to offset an 
East-West split in the "cold war" 
LC card Fi A 58-403 
EFLA evaluation card No, 3701 

6. INVISIBLE KEYSTONE. Visits various 

Commonwealth countries to observe how 
the democratic formula of government is 
exercised and held flexible according to 
the changing ideas of the time, even 
though the Crown continues to symbolize 
a continuity and permanence free of poli- 
tics. Explains how institutions inherited 
from Britain were preserved in India's 
rise to nationhood 
LC card Fi A 58-404 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3710 

7. POVERTY AND PLENTY. Shows how 

helping the Asiatic countries of the Com- 
monwealth attain higher living standards 
has become a challenge not only to the 
more privileged countries within the Com- 
monwealth, but also to nations outside. 
Studies the Colombo Plan and shows 
some of the many practical forms it takes 
LC card Fi A 58-405 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3714 

8. COLONIALISM: OGRE OR ANGEL? Shows 

how the British colonies grew. Visits a 
representative number of colonies, from 
tropical islands in the Atlantic to primi- 
tive territories of Africa, showing the 
impact of industrialization on non -white 
populaces and their awakening desire for 
self-determination. Discusses British and 
Commonwealth views regarding colonial- 
ism and the eventual winning of self- 
government 
LC card Fi A 58-406 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3698 

9. THEY CALLED IT WHITE MAN'S BUR- 

DEN. Surveys subject territories includ- 
ing North Borneo. Fiji, East Africa, West 
Africa, the Seychelles, and the Solomon 
Islands. Explains that the colonial ad- 
ministrator brought with him a deep 
sense of responsibility for the welfare of 

geople under his jurisdiction, and that 
e endeavored to improve agriculture, al- 
leviate suffering, raise living standards, 
and promote literacy 
LC card Fi A 58-407 
EFLA. evaluation card No. 3723 

10. STORM CLOUDS OVER THE COLONIES. 

Traces the history of the economic de- 
velopment of colonial territories, pointing 
out the shift in emphasis from primarv 
motives of discovery and transfer of 
luxury goods to the establishment of per- 
manent industries with all the attendant 
complications. Discusses the material 
benefits of modern developments to 
colonial peoples as weighed against 
charges of exploitation for profit, from 
which colonialism is never free 
LC card Fi A 58-408 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3718 



11. BLACK AND WHITE IN SOUTH AFRICA. 

Explams that South Africa has an acute 
race problem that causes dissension not 
only within its own borders but through- 
out, the Commonwealth and beyond. Ap- 
praises the motivations behind the policy 
of apartheid, and describes how segrega- 
tion is working out in practice 
LC card Fi A 58-409 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3696 

12. COLONIES LOOK AHEAD. Assesses prog- 

ress in representative colonies on the 
basis of their ability to manage their own 
aitairs and to achieve self-government. 
Discusses British policy in regard to 
granting self-government to colonies and 
comments on constructive approaches be- 
in^ taken in some colonies in the han- 
dling of racial problems 
LC card Fi A 58-410 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3699 

13. ROAD TO INDEPENDENCE. Cites recent 

developments in Ghana, Nigeria, Nyasa- 
land, and other colonial territories, where 
political evolution has been rapid. Ex- 
plains why a ruling power should ar- 
range for its own departure from its 
colonies and why the former subjects 
should continue to associate with their 
former master 
LC card Fi A 58-411 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3717 

COMMUNICATION IN THE MODERN 

WORLD. Coronet 1959 llmin sd b&w $60, 
color $110 

el-Jh Guide 
*'^ Portrays the importance of communica- 
tion in the local, national and international 
community today. Examines the various means 
of communication such as books, newspapers, 
radio, telephone, recordings, television, motion 
pictures, etc., and shows their significant role 
in our society and recent technological im- 
provements 

COMMUNITY BAKERY. EducHor 1958 llmin 
sd b&w $55. color $110 

p Guide 
^^v, v,P-^lSr^^S^ the making of bread in a mod- 
^J^^,„i?®\^^^??'^°°^ bakery, from processing the 
eu"^ 12. slicing and selling the finished loaf. 
Shows the preparation for baking of a variety 
of bakery goods 

COIV^MUNITY KEEPS HOUSE. PilmAssoc 1959 

llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 

P-el Guide 
Produced by Argus Films 

T.oouv.^^^10 ^^•^^^i.^v-<^<^"^??"'^i<^y is a clean and 
healthy place in which to live because evervone 
nti'^ =r^2.?^i^^P It that way. Trained workers 
I^f ^1 c^P^^^i' machines to help keep streets, 
parks, schools, and other public buildings 
?i^t?,.^"^^ attractive. Rubbish is buried, trash 
IS burned, and dirty water is carried away by 

LC card Fi A 59-408 

CONCERN LITERATURE 

In PROSPECT OF LITERATURE (8 films) 

CONDITION OF FREEDOM 

In ESSENTIALS OF FREEDOM (6 films) 

CONDITIONS IN THE SOVIET SATELLITES. 
World 1957^ 29min sd b&w (Your world iA 
crisis ser) $80. rent $8 

Televil^o^n^^ils^n. ^^ Metropolitan Educational 
fl„^„«?^^?"^!l°^ ^°^.P^o^a,nd anti-Soviet in- 
fluences in the Central European satellite na- 
tions, ^Participants: Mrs Vera M. Dean, Har- 
rison Salisbury, and Pavel Tigrid 

COIVJGRESS AND THE PRESIDENT 

In FROM CAPITOL HILL: PARTY GOV- 
ERNMENT AND THE UNITED 
STATES CONGRESS (8 films) 

CONGRESS AS A MEANS OF DEMOCRATIC 
^ GOVERNMENT— A SUMMARY 
In FROM CAPITOL HILL: PARTY GOV- 
ERNMENT AND THE UNITED 
STATES CONGRESS (8 films) 

CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATIONS 

In FROM CAPITOL HILL: PARTY GOV- 
ERNMENT AND THE UNITED 
STATES CONGRESS (8 films) 



14 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



CONQUEST OF PREJUDICE. NET 1958 30mln 
sd b&w ("World we want: 1958 ser) rent 
$4.75 

sh-ad 
Produced by New York Herald Tribune 
Teenage delegates to the New York 
Herald Tribune Forum tell how their pre- 
judices toward each other were conquered 
during their stay in America 



CRANBERRIES. WisU 1957 12l^min sd b&w 
rent 50c 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. 
of Agriculture (USDA) 

Depicts the harvesting of a cranberry 
bog by raking and by self-propelled harvester. 
Shows cleaning, sorting, grinding, packaging 
and some ways cranberries may be used 



CONQUEST OF THE AIR 
In AIR POWER (26 films) 



CRIME UNDER TWENTY-ONE 
In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 



CONTROL RATS. WisU 1956 12V2min sd b&w 
rent 50c 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. 
of Agriculture (USDA) 

Animation shows the cost of rats to the 
farmer. Explains hov/ a vocational agricul- 
ture teacher and students conduct a com- 
munity-wide rat control program 

CONVERSATION CROSSROADS. BellTel 1958 
18min sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by On Film 

Musical, non- technical explanation of 
automatic switching — how the need for it 
arose, development, operation, and advantages 

LC card Fi A 58-590 

CORAL JUNGLE. Guild 1956 26V2min sd b&w 
(Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Depicts the beauty of an underwater 
coral area. Shows giant marine animals as 
they battle for survival 

CORDUROY STEPS OUT. NatCotton 1957 
7min sd b&w free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows men's fashions in corduroy filmed 
in Greenwich Village and nearby scenic New 
York areas 

CORRECTIVE PENALIZATION ^ ^. 

In TRAFFIC COURT TRAINING (4 films) 

CORRELATING MUSIC WITH SOCIAL SCI- 
ENCE IN THE GENERAL MUSIC CLASS 
—EIGHTH GRADE. lowaU 1958 30min sd 
b&w $100. rent $3.75 

c-ad Guide 

Presents student and teacher activities 
in an eighth grade general music class 

COTTONTAIL IN TENNESSEE. TennGame& 
Fish 1958 19min sd b&w or color purchase 
apply, free -loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Paul A. Moore 

Tennessee Charlie revisits a rabbit hunt- 
ing area and reflects on the life history of 
the cottontail. Shows management practices 
which will better rabbit population 

COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS. JewishChaut 
1957 IS^^min sd b&w $35 

ei-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Galahad Studios 

Interprets the vital meaning of the fes- 
tival of Sukos. It is brought out through 
a family problem of geriatrics, involving a 
grandfather and his daughter. Shows back- 
ground of the American holiday of Thanks- 
giving in the Jewish holiday of Sukos 



COUNTERBLAST 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 



COUNTERMEASURES. IntBus 1956 15min sd 
color purchase apply, free loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

The story of the MA-2 project and of the 
SAGE system, including a simulated attack 
by enemy planes and a description of how 
the SAGE computer helps deal with it 

COURT BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

In TRAFFIC COURT TRAINING (4 films) 



THE CRIMINAL 

In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

CRIMINAL AND HOW TO NEUTRALIZE 
In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

CRIMINAL AND PUNISHMENT 
In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

CRIMINAL MAN (20 films). NET 1957 ea 30min 
sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by KQED. Kinescopes 
Titles are: 

1. THE CRIMINAL. Introduces the series "The 

criminal man" by defining crime and the 
criminal. Explains how time, place, and 
culture influence what constitutes a crime. 
Reviews the history of criminal law 

2. BORN CRIMINAL. Discusses the relation- 

ship of heredity to criminality. Points 
out common misconceptions concerning 
physical characteristics as a cause or 
recognizable symbol of crime. Explains 
the fallacies in Lombroso's theory of 
criminality 

3. ANTHROPOMORPHIC CRIMINAL. Dis- 

cusses the relationship of body type to 
personality and criminality. Examines the 
characteristics of the ectomorph, meso- 
morph, and endomorph. Compares the 
historical analyses of body physic with 
current theories. Relates characteristics 
of introversion and extroversion to crim- 
inal tendencies 

4. ETHNOLOGICAL CRIMINAL. Discusses 

the relationship of crime to race, national 
origin, and minority groups. Points out 
patterns of belief and the misconceptions 
that exist. Relates living conditions and 
geographical distribution to crime. Con- 
cludes that race is irrelevant to crimi- 
nality 

5. LEFT HANDS, RED HAIR, AND CRIME. 

Describes the folk lore connected with 
crime. Uses vignettes to show the ab- 
surdity of such superstitions as handed- 
ness, hair coloring, scars, blemishes, de- 
formities, and glandular problems as 
causes of criminality 

6. WEATHER MAPS, CALENDARS, AND 

CRIME. Continues the discussion of folk 
lore connected with crime. Points out 
that a slight correlation may exist be- 
tween criminality and the weather, phase 
of the moon, flre, darkness and light. 
Uses vignettes to show how bad weather 
and dimly lit areas serve as second-hand 
causes of crime 

7. CULTURE AND CRIME. Analyzes patterns 

of culture and how they influence the 
rise of criminality. Uses the Nazi regime 
in Germany as an example. Points out 
how accepted behavior in one culture may 
be a crime in another. Discusses the im- 
pact of cultures meeting head-on thus 
giving rise to criminal behavior 

8. ALCOHOLIC CRIMINAL. Discusses alcohol 

as a measurable cause of crime. Uses 
filmed sequences and dramatic episodes 
to show how alcohol breaks down in- 
hibitions, provides a sense of false se- 
curity, and impairs judgment. Points up 
the relationship between alcohol and 
trafl!ic accidents 

9. TEA, HORSE. AND CRIME. Discusses the 

basic narcotic drugs and their relation- 
ship to crime. Includes a filmed sequence 
of an addict undergoing withdrawal and 
receiving a shot that assuages him. Points 
out that crime committed by the drug 
addict Is a secondary effect 



15 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



CRIMINAL MAN— Continued 

10. LQ. AND CRIME. Discusses psychic prob- 

lems and their relationship to criminality. 
Deals primarily with the mentally de- 
ficient individual. Explains congenital 
and developmental problems, organic brain 
damage, and deterioration 

11. SICK MINDS AND CRIME. Discusses the 

relationship of mental illness to criminal 
behavior. Emphasizes the functional dis- 
order of schizophrenia, paranoia, and 
manic-depressive psychoses. Shows an 
interview with a schizophrenic type and 
compares him to persons suffering other 
psychic disorders 

12. BRAKES AND MISBEHAVIOR. Relates 

criminal behavior to the lack or failure 
of psychological controls on energies and 
impulses. Uses a modified Freudian ap- 
proach to trace the development of the 
psychic. Explains the functions of the 
super-ego, the ego, and the ego ideal 

13. NARCISSUS, OEDIPUS, AND CRIME. 

Presents an analysis of two potentially 
dangerous stages of psychosexual de- 
velopment. Uses filmed sequences to point 
out influences which result in fixations 
at these two stages. Projects their ef- 
fects upon crime emphasizing the de- 
velopment of the psychopath and socio- 
path 

14. ROOTS OF CRIMINALITY. Retraces 

psychosexual development patterns of 
personality emphasizing the psychopath 
and sociopath. Employs a series of vig- 
nettes to illustrate lack of affection, 
parental rivalry, sibling rivalry, over- 
protection and other child developmental 
influences 

15. TRUE CRIMINAL. Defines the char- 

acteristics of the psychopathic criminal. 
Employs film clips and tape recordings 
to provide examples of the true criminal. 
Shows three typical and less violent proto- 
types: the con man, the bigamist, and the 
youthful car thief 

16. SEXUALITY AND CRIME. Discusses the 

delicate but serious problem of sex and 
crirne. Explains three categories: offense 
motivated by sexual desire, profit from 
sex. and sex deviation. Contrasts the 
American and British attitude toward this 
problem 

17. CRIME UNDER TWENTY-ONE. Concen- 

trates on criminal behavior committed by 
teenagers. Points out that juvenile de- 
linquency may be over- exaggerated, 
bhows how improvements in statistics, 
reporting and apprehension influence the 
total picture of teenage crime. Presents 
a group of young people discussing them- 
selves and their problems 

18. EMOTIONS AND CRIME. Discusses the 

relationship between emotional stability 
and criminal behavior. Points out that 
most crimes are committed by "normal" 
persons. Illustrates with examples of 
?it"^^^"^"P drivers, embezzlers, income 
v;^^,.^ *"^®^®' ^J^^ people temporarily 
si^Sltion °^ tempted in a particular 

19. CRIMINAL AND PUNISHMENT. Discusses 

>,ot-^°^^^^^ °t punishment of criminal be- 
SaK-?-^o + - ^P'.^\Ps *^? evolution of re- 
fc^^'^rlvte'^ "^i}^ emphasis upon the crim- 
inal rather than the crime. Presents a 
visit to^a cell block in San Quentin Prilon 
where five actual inmates a?e interviewed 

^^' ^S\W^^^ ^^^ ^OW TO NEUTRALIZE 
HIM. Discusses the need for a construc- 
Pofntrnf,";^"?!, ^f '■ criminal rehabilitation 
^^r^rJ^^^iJo ^^H t *^"®. correctional phi- 
l^o?S*^^ *?fT? ^^^ '^een formulated. Illus- 
^^^ll^f^'*^ a scale model of an - 
correctional system 



CRISIS IN ASIA 

In COMMONWEALTH OF 

SERIES (13 films) 



NATIONS 



'^''°c*ofor'J'en7?3^75^^''°- ">^^' "^8 15mi„ sd 
p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

I^^Sf^^f^rJ^^ Capuchin Missions 
Shows a Capuchin missioner in the un- 
developed area of Nicaraenn ttvt^IojA^ +uJ^ 



THE CROSSING 

In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

CROWDED OUT. NatEdAssn 1958 29min sd 
(Public relations ser) b«&w $75, color $170 

Jh-sh-c 

Dramatized incidents taking place in an 
overcrowded suburban school show the effects 
of overcrowding on teachers, children and par- 
ents 

LC card Fi A 58-731 

CRUISE THROUGH PARIS. Radiant 1956 
4l^min sd b&w or color (France for fun 
ser) free -loan. 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
A ride through Paris on a Bateau - 
Mouche (fly boat) on the river Seine. Views of 
Paris at work and play; also its historic monu- 
ments 

CRYSTALS— AN INTRODUCTION. BellTel 
1959 25min sd color free-loan 

Guide 
Produced by Audio Productions 
Demonstrates the orderly arrangement of 
atoms in the crystalline state and the relation 
of this arrangement to the physical properties 
of the substances. For students in electrical 
engineering, physics, chemistry, and metallurgy 
LC card Fi A 59-325 

CRYSTALS AND GLASS. NET 1956 30min sd 
b&w (Tempest in a test tube ser) rent 

$4.75 

jh-sh-ad 

Produced by KQED 

Explains properties of crystals and glass. 
Tells how crystals are formed and demon- 
strates crystallization taking place. Discusses 
glass, its formation, and how it differs from 
crystals 

CRYSTALS— JEWELS OF TIME. NET 1956 
30min sd b&w (Discovery II ser) rent $4.75 

ei-Jh-sh 

Produced by WGBH 

Discusses the characteristics of crystals. 
Tells how they are formed and identified. De- 
scribes the shapes they assume. Shows such 
common crystal forms as quartz, feldspar, 
mica, obsidian, garnet, and others 

CULTURAL PATTERNS OF INFANT REGU- 
LATION 
In PEOPLE ARE TAUGHT TO BE DIF- 
FERENT (12 films) 

CULTURAL PATTERNS OF MARITAL 
SANCTION 
In PEOPLE ARE TAUGHT TO BE DIF- 
FERENT (12 films) 

CULTURE AND CRIME 

In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

CUIVIPLEANOS DE PEPITA. IntFlmBur 1958 
16min sd color $150 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

, English version entitled "Pepita's sur- 
prise 

Centers around the preparation and cele- 
bration of the birthday of Pepita, a young 
Mexican girl in the ancient town of Patzcuaro. 
Explores the customs, crafts, culture and 
music of the Mexican people 

LC card Fi A 59-76 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3736 

CURRENT WORK OF THE RESEARCH SCI- 
In HERITAGE II (6 films) 

^^"'" P^ YOUR JIB. ModemTP 1958 15min sd 
color free- loan 

c-ad 

Produced by Dallas Jones Productions for 
American Institute of Men's and Boys' Wear 

Shows that dressing right is a key to 
success 



16 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



DAIRY HERD IMPROVEMENT. WisU 1957 
12^mm sd b&w rent 50c 

sh-c-ad 

Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. 
of Agriculture (USDA) „ ^ ^ 

Explains the three Dairy Herd Improve- 
ment Association record keeping plans: stand- 
ard plan, owner- sampler, and weigh -a- day- a- 
montn. Stresses the importance of record keep- 
ing as the soundest basis for culling a dairy 
herd and selecting herd replacements 

DAIRY SHOW TIME. WisU 1957 12i^min sd 
b«&w rent 50c 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. 
of Agriculture (USDA) ,^ ^ ^ 

Shows how to get a dairy calf ready for 
the show ring. Explains preparations and gives 
pointers on showmanship 



DAME EDITH SITWELL— l-IV 
In HERITAGE IV (4 films) 



DAVID BEN-GURION. EBF 1958 30min sd 
b«&w (Wisdom ser) $150. rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

David Ben-Gurion in an interview at his 
home in Tel Aviv, talks about the long struggle 
to create the Jewish state, describes his boy- 
hood in Poland and the conditions that per- 
suaded him to go to Palestine, contrasts Israel 
as it is now with the wilderness he first saw, 
describes the spirit and achievements of his 
people, and comments on his studies in philoso- 
phy, religion, and government 

LC card Fi A 58-634 

DAY AND DATE FASHIONS. NatCotton 1957 

7l^min sd b&w free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Shows cotton fasihions for around the 
clock wear. Filmed in New Orleans" French 
Quarter and other historic settings 

DAY AT THE BEACH. AustrlNews 1957 lOmin 
sd color $85, rent $2.50 



DANCE COMPOSITION. Perry 1958 13min sd 
color $175. rent $10 

sh-c-ad 

Presents short studies as taught in three 
California colleges: Studies in rhythm at Mills 
College; Studies in space at the University of 
Southern California; and Studies in content at 
the University of Redlands 

DANCE YOUR OWN WAY. CalifU 1958 lOmin 
sd color $110 

p-c-ad 
Introduces basic principles of creative 
rhythms; suggests ways of approaching cre- 
ative rhythms with children; and shows the 
range and quality of expression children can 
find in creative movement to music 

DANDIES OF CONSTANTINE GUYS. NET 

1956 15min sd b&w (Images of art ser) rent 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Radiodifussion Television 
Fiancaise , ^ 

Presents the paintings of women by Con- 
stantine Guys. Tells how Beaudelaire. the poet, 
analyzed the art of Guys 

DANGER— ROOFERS AT WORK. FloridaStU 

1957 ISmin sd color $140, rent $4.50 

ad 

Sponsored by Florida Industrial Commis- 
sion 

Shows the building of a roof and stresses 
good and bad techniques. Designed to motivate 
workmen toward safe practices. Viewer is urged 
to spot the accident which will occur 



Family fun by the sea 

DAY AT THE ZOO. AustrlNews 1957 lOmin 
sd color $85, rent $2.50 



A visit to Taronga Park Zoo 

DAY AT THE ZOO. NatCotton 1957 5%min sd 
b&w free -loan 

el-Jh-ad 

Children, ages 4 through 13, model cloth- 
ing at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans 

DAY CHRIST DIED. Editorial 1957 6min sd 
b&w or color free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by MoCall's magazine 
Interviews Jim Bishop, author of "The 
day Christ died" and other books. Mr Bishop 
discusses his trip to the Holy Land to do re- 
search for this book 

DAY NORTH AMERICA IS ATTACKED 
In AIR POWER (26 films) 

DAY WITH FIREMAN BILL. FilmAssoc 1958 
llmin sd b&w $55, color $110 

p-el Guide 

Produced by Argus Films 

Follows a fireman from the time he says 
goodbye to his family early in the morning 
until he returns home from the fire sitation 
at the daily routine of the fire crew, showing 
24 hours later. Gives a behind-the-scenes look 
at the daily routine of the fire crew, showing 
how they care for the equipment and keep the 
station clean 

LC card Fi A 58-3313 



DANGEROUS DRUGS. NarcoticEduc 1958 
23min sd b&w $97.50, rent $6; color $225, 
rent $12.50 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Ronald Munns 
Discusses the sedative barbiturates and 
the stimulative amphetamines. Describes the 
abuses of these drugs, and points to illicit 
users such as the stimulated truck driver, the 
well-meaning doctor's patient, the partying 
youth and others. Reveals the path to complete 
drug addiction that chronic users follow 
DC card Fi A 57-671 

DARK RIVER (BRAZIL). Grace 1957 20min sd 

b&w rent $8 

ad 
Depicts the area of Rio de Janeiro, 
Belem, and an Amazon river village. Includes 
a snake fight to the death and a native mombo 
dance. Shows the work of American missions 
in the Belem area 

DATE WITH LIBERTY. Cassyd 1959 20min 
sd b&w $120, rent $7.75 

ei-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Sponsored by Ford Foundation 
Correlated with the book "Almanac of 

liberty" by William O. Douglas 

Presents five sequences illustrating key 

concepts of liberty as safeguarded by law 



DAY WITH THE FBI. IntFlmBur 1957 18mln 
sd b&w lease $85, rent $5 

Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by Louis de Rochemont Film 
Associates for Reader's Digest 

A portrayal of the work of the Federal 
Bureau of Investigation as it investigates and 
solves three different crimes. Shows the physi- 
cal layout of the Federal Bureau of Investiga- 
tion, its crime laboratory, its filing system, 
and the training of agents 

LC card Fi A 59-75 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3245 

DECLINE AND REVIVAL 

In WRITTEN WORD (15 films) 

DECLINE OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. Coronet 
1959 13l^min sd b&w $75, color $137.60 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Explains that in 200 A.D. Rome was a 
far-flung empire which reached from the Middle 
East to Spain and from northern Africa to 
Great Britain, and that in 476, it was invaded 
and looted by barbarian tribes and ceased to 
exist as an empire. Uses actual settings in 
France, England, the Near East, and Rome 
to present the political, social, and economic 
forces which weakened the Empire from within 
and the forces from without which brought 
about its decline 

LC card Fi A 59-329 



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DECORATING MADE EASY. AmSocIntDes 
1958 5min sd b&w or color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Denson-Frey 
Shows the necessary steps for successful 
home decoration 

DEER IN TENNESSEE. TennGame&Fish 1958 
ISmin sd b«&w or color purchase apply, free- 
loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Tennessee Charlie, preparing for the 
opening day of deer season, takes time out to 
recount the year-round life history of the 
whitetail. Shows archers and gunhunters in 
action 

DEFEAT OF JAPAN 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 

DEFINITION OF LANGUAGE 

In LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS (13 
films) 

DEMONSTRATION IN HUMAN^ LEARNING. 
PennStU 1957 17min sd b&w $89, rent $3.50 

c-ad 

Produced by Robert L.. Karen , . 

Gives examples of skills involving serial 
learning and shows ways in which serial learn- 
ing of a relatively simple type is studied. Ex- 
plains concepts of serial position effect, per- 
formance criterion, learning plateau, independ- 
ent, dependent, and intervening variables 

LC card Fi A 57-810 

DENSITY. NET 1957 15min sd b&w (Uncle 
Wonder's workshop ser) rent $3 

p. el 

Produced by WCET 

Explains the theory of density. Shows 
that some objects will float while others sink 
using objects made of cork, brick, wood, and 
steel 

DEPARTMENT MANAGER 

In NATURE OF WORK (6 films) 

DESIGN FOR BUILDING WISELY. AmSocInt 
Des 1958 5min sd b&w or color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Denson-Frey 

Shows the consumer how to build his 
"dream house" regardless of price and without 
headaches 

DESIGNING FOR REPRODUCTION 

In VISITS WITH A SCULPTOR (10 films) 

DESTINATIONS OF TOMORROW. Auton 1958 
12min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Achievements in the science of inertial 
navigation as applied to guidance systems for 
aircraft, missiles, satellites, space vehicles as 
well as surface ships and submarines. Shows 
the Atlas, Thor, Navaho and X-10 missiles; 
Sabre jet. and U.S.S. Nautilus 

DEVELOPMENT OF THE OLD TESTAMENT 
In HERITAGE VII (5 films) 

DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSPORTATION IN 
THE UNITED STATES. EBF rev 1958 
llmin sd b&w $60, rent $4; color $120, rent 
$2.50 

Jh-sh Guide 
Revision of 1935 film, revised 1939 
Surveys the rapid growth of transporta- 
tion in the United States from the time when 
Indians had no wheel and no beast of burden 
to the present day's jet aircraft. Reviews the 
economic and social significance of modern 
transportation facilities 

LC card Fi A 58-1040 

DEW LINE STORY. BellTel 1958 27%min sd 
color free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Audio Productions 
The construction and completion of tho 
radar defense net above the Arctic Circle and 
the effective cooperation between the Bell Sys- 
tem and the Government in the defense of our 
nation 



DIAL THE MILES. BellTel 1958 15min sd color 
free -loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Frank Willard Productions 
How Direct Distance Dialing was de- 
veloped as an extension of local dialing to 
meet growing business and residential needs. 
Explains the nationwide numbering plan, how 
telephone users dial local and long distance 
calls, how machines compute billing for DDD 
calls, and why operators are still needed 
LC card Fi A 59-403 

DIALECTS 

In LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS (13 
films) 

DICKIE BUILDS A TRUCK. EducHor 1957 
llmin sd color (Industrial arts ser) $100 

p Guide 
Emphasizes a six year old child's use of 
basic hand tools and materials in the con- 
struction of a simple truck at school; clarifies 
concepts and meanings growing out of a unit 
on transportation 

DIGNITY OF MAN. NET 1956 30min sd b&w 
(Measure of man ser) rent $4.75 

c-ad 

Produced by KQED 

Discusses the dignity of man and its 
importance. Examines the influence upon the 
human race of the ideas of such men as Gali- 
leo, Darwin. Marx and Freud. Points out the 
state of man's dignity today in a world of 
terrorism, torture, hatred, and progressive de- 
humanization. Concludes with the reasons for 
a belief in man's dignity 

DINOSAUR^ AGE.^ FilmAssoc 1958 13min sd 
b&w $70, color $140 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Describes the work of paleontologists in 
reconstructing the past; illustrates the methods 
used in locating, uncovering, and transporting 
fossil remains to a museum; demonstrates the 
reconstruction of a plesiosaur skeleton; and 
shows models of representative animals of the 
age of dinosaurs 

LC card Fi A 58-3310 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3881 

DISASTER AND YOU. AmRedCross 1958 27 Vz 
min sd b&w $25, free-loan 

jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Wilding Pictures for Radio 
Corp. of America 

_ Explains how the Red Cross disaster 
service operates. Describes its preparations 
and plans prior to a disaster, its emergency 
relief during a disaster, and its long-range 
assistance after the emergency. Includes scenes 
of actual hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, and 

LC card FI A 58-594 

DISCIPLINE DURING ADOLESCENCE. Mc- 
Graw 1958 16min sd b&w (Adolescent de- 
velopment ser) $95 

c-ad Guide 

Produced by Crawley Films 

Correlated with the text "Adolescent de- 
velopment" by Elizabeth R. Hurlock 

. Discusses the question of how much 
discipline is good for adolescents, dramatizing 
in a typical family setting the results of both 
(too little and too much parental control 

LC card Pi A 58-724 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3547 

DISTANCE TO THE SUN 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 

DIVERSITY OF FRANCE. Radiant 1956 5min 
sd b&w (France for fun ser) free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

, Depicts France as a country of contrasts 
with her cities and villages, the seacoost, 
woods, and vineyards 

°0 r.r,^i!^yi'^.^^GES CAUSE HIGHER 
PRICES? AFL-CIO 1957 14min sd color 
$80, rent $2 

sh-c-ad Guide 
Union answer to business and newspaper 
stories that high wages cause higher prices. 
Professor Owl presents facts and figures to 



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questions liaised by Businessman Pox aibout 
the cause of price inflation and the general 
■economic isituation. Shows relationship between 
wage costs and other costs and the final price 

of a product ^, 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3508 

DR ERNEST JONES. EBF 1958 SOmin sd b&W 
(Wisdom ser) $150, rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

Dr Ernest Jones converses with Lionel 
Trilling, American author and critic, present- 
ing his basic theory of psychoanalysis. He 
also reminisces about his experiences with 
Sigmund Freud 

LC card Fi A 58-637 

DOCTOR EXAMINES YOUR HEART. Bray 
1956 lOmin sd b«&w $60. rent $3.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Sponsored by American Heart Assn. 

Shows the methods the doctor usually 
employs to examine the heart. Explains that a 
routine heart examination is "heart insurance" 
and protection, as well, for general good 
health; that it is entirely painless and that 
there is nothing mysterious about it, nor any- 
thing to fear 

DC card Fi A 58-1129 

DR LOUIS FINKELSTEIN. EBF 1958 30min 
sd b&W (Wisdom ser) $150, rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

Dr Louis Finkelstein, chancellor of the 
Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 
theologian, author, and leader in Interfaith 
activities, discusses the perplexing spiritual 
problems that face America today 

DOCTORS ALL 

In PEOPLE ARE TAUGHT TO BE DIF- 
FERENT (12 films) 

DOCTOR'S DILEIVIMA (excerpt). TFC 1959 
llmin sd color rent apply 

sh-c Guide 

Classroom excerpt of the feature film of 
the same title produced by M-(3^-M. Sponsored 
by National Council English Teachers 

Based on Act 2 of the play by George 
Bernard Shaw 

Deals with Dr Ridgeon's dilemma upon 
discovering the amorality of Dubedat, the con- 
sumptive artist. Which shall Ridgeon save— 
the kind, ordinary Blenkinsop, or Dubedat, 
the amoral genius? 

LC card Fi A 59-294 



DOCTORS IN SPACE (13 films). 

ea 30min sd h&w rent ea $4.75 



NET 1956 



sh-c-ad 
Produced by KUHT 
Titles are: 

FLIGHT TOWARD THE STARS. Dis- 
cusses high-altitude flying with particu- 
lar attention to rocket craft. Relates 
this discussion to flight in space. Fea- 
tures William B. Bridgeman, test pilot, 
who presents an account of his own ex- 
periences with the pioneer Douglas "Sky- 
Tocket" 

MEDICINE OF FLIGHT. Traces the de- 
velopment of aviation medicine. Disciiss- 
<es the founding of the Department of 
Space Medicine at the School of Avia- 
tion Medicine, United States Air Force. 
Shows the kind of experimental research 
in high-altitude physiology being per- 
formed 

SEA OF AIR. Surveys the special problems 
of space medicine. Describes the physi- 
cal characteristics of the upper atmos- 
phere. Covers such areas as vanishing 
oxygen and atmosphere, ultraviolet and 
cosmic radiation, heat and friction, 
meteors, contrasts of light and dark- 
ness, etc. 

LIVING ROOM IN THE VOID. Discusses 
protective devices for flyers in space. De- 
monstrates the Air Force partial pressure 
suit. Explains the effects of "explosive 
decompression." Presents a design for a 
three-sta.ge rocket vehicle. Pomts out 
special features of the cabin unit 



15. GAS OF LIFE. Explains the importance of 
oxygen in sustaining life. Points out 
problems involved in developing a closed 
■ecological system such as a sealed cabin 
in space. Presents the research being 
conducted with photosynthesis 

6. UNSEEN BURDEN. Describes the effects 

of air pressure on the human body. Re- 
lates the protection which the earth's 
atmosphere affords to problems of space 
travel. Stresses the problems of prevent- 
ing the body fluids from bubbling away 
and cushioning the impact of meteors 

7. TORRID JOURNEY. Discusses the prob- 

lems of radiant heat from the sun with 
respect to space travel. Stresses aerody- 
namic heating from friction when leav- 
ing and reentering the earth's atmos- 
phere. The late Captain Kirchelae tells 
of his experiences with the rocket 
powered Bell X-2 

8. ATOMIC BARRAGE. Discusses the prob- 

lem of ultraviolet radiation and cosmic 
rays in space travel. Reviews studies 
concerning the harmful effects of ozone. 
Explains the origin and nature of cosmic 
rays. Reports on experiments with mice 
and other animals exposed to cosmic 
rays 

9. COLLISION STATIONS. Discusses the 

problem of meteorite dafnage during 
space travel. Demonstrates the Navy's 
full-pressure space suit for emergency 
exit. Explains the difllculties of escape 
and survival in space 

10. ETERNAL DAY, ETERNAL NIGHT. 

Provides an imaginary ride in a space 
satellite 784 miles above the earth. Dis- 
cusses the problems of absence of sound 
in sp-ce, contrast between light and 
darkness, and physiological and psy- 
chological disturbances 

11. UNSUBSTANTIAL FLESH. Discusses 

the problem of weightlessness during 
space flight. Explains experiments being 
conducted on weightlessness. Tells how 
weightlessness is achieved during jet 
plane flight 

12. SATELLITES AND MISSILES. Discusses 

the development of the rocket missile 
and earth satellite. Presents a descrip- 
tion of the ballistic missile program. 
Forecasts the use of rocket vehicle in 
transcontinental and intercontinental 
passenger transport 

13. LIFE ON OTHER WORLDS. Discusses 

the question of life on other planets. 
Reviews what is known and speculated 
about the biological environments on 
other worlds — especially Mars — and the 
possibility of finding or establishing life 
on them 

DON QUIXOTE BY GUST AVE DOR^. NET 

1956 15min sd b&w (Images of art ser) 
rent $4 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Radiodifussion Television 

Recreates the story of Don Quixote and 
Sancho Panza by using illustrations of Gus- 
tave Dor6 

DOODLEBUG AND THE RACCOON. Tenn 
Game&Fish 1958 13min sd b&w or color 
(World outdoors ser) purchase apply, free- 
loan 

p-el-Jh. sh-c-ad 
A doodlebug sets up his trap and snares 
an ant. Cocoon and adult are shown. In "Th6 
racoon" a mother coon tells of the hectic 
time she had raising her youngsters 

DRAMA COMES OF AGE 

In PLAYS AND PLAYERS (8 films) 

DRAMA: HOW IT BEGAN 

In PLAYS AND PLAYERS (8 films) 

DRAMA: THE RENAISSANCE 

In PLAYS AND PLAYERS (8 films) 

DRAMA: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 
In PLAYS AND PLAYERS (8 films) 



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EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



DRAUGHTSMAN OF EVERYDAY EVENTS: 
DANIEL VIERGE. NET 1956 15min sd b&w 
(Images of art ser) rent $4 



sh-c-ad 

by Radiodifussion 



Television 



Produced 

Tpy» o « p Q I a fx 

Presents the drawings of Daniel Vierge, 
newspaper illustrator. Shows how the artist 
chronicled events during the period 1870-1904 
through personal observations and sketches 
sent in by reporters 



DUST OFF YOUR GOGGLES. MonroeAuto 1957 
17min sd color free-loan 

ad 

Produced by Video Films 

A study of modern automobile safety 
factors. Chief topic is shock absorbers and 
their importance in maintaining control of to- 
day's fast moving vehicles 



DRAWINGS BY DEGAS. NET 1956 15min 
sd b&w (Images of art ser) rent $4 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Radiodifussion Television 

Presents a collection of Degas' drawinsrs 
from the Louvre Museum. Reveals Degas' at- 
titude about the women he paints. Includes 
the last drawings made when the artist was 
nearly blind 

DRAWINGS BY FRAGONARD. NET 1956 
15min sd b&w (Images of art ser) rent $4 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Radiodifussion Television 
FrfLTi CEii s © 

Presents all the drawings of Fragonard 
kept by the Louvre Museum. Attempts to 
develop a mood within the viewer which 
parallels the art being presented 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3809 

DREAM OF GREECE. Greek 1956 45min sd 
color free -loan 

sh-c-ad 
Shows scenes of both contemporary 
Greece and antiquities 

DREW PEARSON REPORTS ON THE HOLY 
LAND. Unitedlsr 1957 60min sd b&w 
rent $10 

c-ad 
Produced by Baruch Dienar, Israel 
Columnist Drew Pearson presents the 
story behind the headlines. He says "I don't 
believe that there is any place in the world 
today more important to peace, more impor- 
tant to our religious history, than the Holy 
Land' ' 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3810 

DRILL PRESS— BASIC HOLDING TECH- 
NIQUES. EducHor 1957 7min sd (Indus- 
trial arts ser) b&w $37.50. color $75 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Illustrates basic holding techniques com- 
monly used with the drill press in school 
shops and home workshops; describes accepted 
shop practice and safety techniques 

DRILL STEM TESTING (AAODC). TexasU- 
Petr 1957 22min sd color (Oil well comple- 
tion and stimulation ser) $220, free-loan 

c-ad 

Sponsored by Johnson Testers 
Explains well completion practices and 
covers the principal factors involved in the ap- 
plication and operation of the drill stem test, 
sub -assemblies of the tool, and the data ob- 
tained from the test 

DRIVING TIPS (2 films). Davis.Sid 1958 ea 
lOmin sd b&w set $120, color set $240 

sh-c-ad Guide 

Twenty sequences show proper driving 
techniques 

LC card Fi A 58-3341 

DRY SUBJECT 

In KITCHEN SERIES #2 (6 films) 

DUCHESS PAINTS THE TOWN. Kent 1987 
18mm sd color free -loan 

sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Devoe and Raynolds Co. 
. A newly appointed lady executive of a 
busmess management Arm learns about manu- 
facture and use of paint, and persuades a mem- 
ber of the board of directors to do so also 
LC card Fi A 57-637 



EAMON DE VALERA. EBF 1958 30min sd 
b&w (Wisdom ser) $150, rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

Bamonn de Valera recounts major events 
in the Irish fight for independence and his own 
part in the rebellion. Mr de Valera discusses 
in an interview with Curtis Baker Bradford, 
professor at Grinnell College, Iowa, his phi- 
losophy of government, his view of Ireland's 
role in the formation of plans for world peace, 
and his hopes to regain unity for Ireland as a 
whole 

LC card Fi A 58-635 

EARLY DAYS 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 

EARTH HISTORY 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 

EARTH SATELLITES— EXPLORERS OF 

OUTER SPACE. EBF 1958 17min sd b&w 
$90, rent $3.50; color $180, rent $5.50 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Explains how man-made satellites stay 
aloft, and describes what is learned from satel- 
lites and things to come in the space age 

LC card Fi A 59-139 

EAST AFRICA AND ETHIOPIA 

In REPORT ON AFRICA (3 films) 

EASTER SEAL DOLLARS GO TO WORK. 

NatSocCrip 1956 5min sd b&w free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows care and treatment services of 
Easter Seal Center in Lubbock. Tex. and of 
similar rehabilitation centers across nation spon- 
sored by crippled children societies 

EASTWARD TO ASIA. Worldwide 1957 45min 
sd b&w rent $12 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Billy Graham Evangelistic 
Ass n. 

The story of Evangelist Billy Graham's 
meetmgs m India and seven other countries of 
Asia 

EASY DOES IT. ModernTP 1958 24min sd color 
free -loan 

ad 
Produced by Wilding Picture Productions 
for Republic Steel Corp. 

Shows the making and use of electrical 
metallic tubing, the lightweight, rigid steel 
raceway for wiring in all types of construction 

ECHOES AND EARS. NET 1957 15min sd b&w 
(Uncle Wonder's worshop ser) rent $3 

p-el 

Produced by WCET 

Explains echoes and how the ear func- 
tions. Tells how sound can bounce to produce 
an echo. Stresses ear care. Discusses how and 
why animals ears are shaped as they are 

ECONOMIC FREEDOM 

In ESSENTIALS OF FREEDOM (6 films) 

ECONOMIC PRECAUTIONS FOR PREVENT- 
ING WAR 

'" ^&'&'^^^22''fl',°s)"""^'' RESPONSI. 
^°'iA^ .£'i-i-3f ^°^'- BACKGROUND FOR 

Jh-sh-c Guide 

Major events of Poe's life are outlined 
^«3\,"^?^u^®^ excerpts and re-enactments from 
many of his works. "To Helen," "The fall of 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



the House of Usher," "The murders in the 
Rue Morgue," "The Raven," and others reveal, 
in part, elements which contribute to his 
stature as critic, literary craftsman, and per- 
fector of the short story _ 
LC card Fi A 58-1143 

EDUCATING ON THE SUB- VERBAL LEVEL 
In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITY (22 films) 

EDUCATION AND THE UNDER-DEVELOPED 
AREAS OF THE WORLD _ _. 

In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITY (22 films) 

EDUCATION FOR WHAT? NET 1958 30min 
sd b&w (World we want: 1958 ser) rent 

sh-ad 

Produced by New York Herald Tribune. 
Kinescope 

Teenage delegates to the New York 
Herald Tribune Forum discuss the objectives 
and faults of American education. Comments 
are made on the place of the bright student, 
freedom of choice, size of schools, emphasis 
applied to subject matter, and how well educa- 
tion challenges the student 

EDUCATION HERE AND ABROAD (2 films). 
NET 1957-1958 ea 29min sd b&w (World we 
want: 1957 and 1958 ser) rent ea $4.75 

sh-ad 

Two Alms with same title available for 
both the 1957 and 1958 "World we want" series 
Produced by WOR-TV. Kinescopes 
Herald Tribune Forum delegates from for- 
eign countries compare education in the United 
States with that of their countries. Includes 
comments on teaching methods, classroom pro- 
cedures, and co-education 

EDUCATION IN AMERICA SERIES (3 films). 
Coronet 1958 ea 16min sd b&w ea $90, color 
ea $165 

c-ad Guide 
Titles are: 

SEVENTEENTH AND EIGHTEENTH CEN- 
TURIES. From the early New England 
School laws to the educational provisions 
of the Northwest Ordinance, the begin- 
nings of American education are re-en- 
acted in actual locations of Dame Schools. 
Latin Grammar Schools, church schools, 
and pauper schools. With the colonial col- 
leges, these early beginnings were the 
foundation of education in colonial Amer- 
ica 

LC card Fi A 58-512 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3667 

NINETEENTH CENTURY. The development 
of free public school systems from the 
Northwest Ordinance to 1900 includes the 
westward movement; the change to sec- 
ular education; the influence of Amer- 
ican textbooks; the rise and decline of 
the district school; the struggle for tax 
support and state control; the contribu- 
tions of Daniel Webster, William McGuf- 
fey. Gideon Hawley, and Horace Mann; 
the effect of the Civil War; compirisory 
attendance laws; and the rise of teacher 
training institutions 
LC card Fi A 58-513 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3666 

TWENTIETH CENTURY DEVELOPMENTS. 
Effects of the industrial revolution on edu- 
cation in America; the influences of Her- 
bart. Binet. Dewey. Thomdike. and 
others; the appearance of the junior high 
school and graduate education; the build- 
ing of central, consolidated schools, fed- 
eral aid to education through the Depres- 
sion, the G.I. Bill; and recent Supreme 
Court decisions are studied 
LC card Fi A 58-514 
EFLA evaluation card No, 3668 

EDUCATION: WHAT'S WRONG WITH 
AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOLS. NET 1958 
30min sd b&w (World we want: 1958 ser) 
rent $4.75 

sli-ad 
Produced by New York Herald Tribune. 
Kmescope 

Teenagers from France, Ghana. India and 
Israel discuss the pros and cons of American 
education. Questions whether or not American 
education is challenging 



EDWARD STEICHEN. EBF 1958 30min sd b&w 
(Wisdom ser) $150, rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

Edward Steichen looks back on his long 
career as an artist and later as one of the 
leading spirits in the development of modern 
photography. He discusses the circumstances 
which prompted him to abandon art for the 
camera, and gives his views on the role of the 
photographic artist as an interpreter of man's 
life and aspirations 

LC card Fi A 58-3327 

EIGHT OUT OF TEN. AmCancer 1957 lOmin sd 
color purchase apply, free -loan 

ad 

Shows how a group of ambitious but inex- 
perienced volunteers in Arizona doubled their 
campaign collection in one year by following 
the Campaign Handbook. Presents the results 
of a personal, face -to -face campaign, as com- 
pared with impersonal, written appeals 

ELEANOR ROOSEVELT— l-IV 
In HERITAGE IX (4 films) 

ELECTRA PROPULSION STORY. GenMot 1959 
23min sd color free-loan 

c-ad 
This engineering-report on jet-prop power 
shows how much testing and proving such a 
power plant must undergo before it is suitable 
for day-in-day-out airline operation everywhere 
in the world 

ELECTRICAL WELL LOGGING (AAODC). 

TexasU-Petr 1956 22min sd color $220 

c-ad 
Covers the basic principles of electrical 
logging, field methods used in running the logs, 
and the elements of log interpretations 

ELECTRICITY ALL ABOUT US (EXPLORING 
SCIENCE). Coronet 1958 llmin sd (Science 
all about use ser) b&w $60. color $110 

p-el Guide 

Describes and illustrates the characteris- 
tics of static electricity and electrical circuits; 
explains how electricity is generated, show- 
ing the operation of the dry cell circuit; discus- 
ses conductive materials and those used for in- 
sulation, and the importance of electricity in 
the home and in industry 
LC card Fi A 58-752 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3704 

ELECTRICITY FROM CHEMICALS. NET 1956 
30min sd b&w (Tempest in a test tube ser) 
rent $4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by KQED 

Shows how chemicals liberate energy in 
the form of electricity. Explains the part Gal- 
vani and Volta played in discovering the prin- 
ciple of electricity from chemicals. Demon- 
strates the reaction between zinc and lead in 
generating head and electricity 

ELEMENTS AND COMPOUNDS. NET 1956 
30min sd b&w (Tempest in a test tube 
ser) rent $4.75 

jh-sh-ad 
Produced by KQED 

Illustrates the properties of elements and 
compounds. Explains the arrangement of ele- 
ments on periodic table. Shows samples of 
various elements and demonstrates how they 
form compounds 

ELEPHANT BABY. EBF 1958 14min sd b&w 
$75, rent $3; color $150. rent $5 

p Guide 

The story of a baby elephant, in Mysore, 
India, from his first day in the jungle, through 
many weeks of training, to the day he joins a 
working force of elephants in a teakwood lum- 
ber camp 

LC card Fi A 59-140 

ELIAHU'S HOUSE. Women'sAmORT 1957 
28V2min sd b&w $100. rent $15 

el-Jh-sh-c 

Portrays the story of an Egyptian Jewish 
boy who finds through ORT a home, a trade, 
friends and security for his family which had 
been forced to flee from Egypt. Photographed 
in Italy and Israel 



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ELLEN IN WINDOWLAND. Pilmlm 1958 
lOmin sd color $125. rent $10 

p-el-Jh-ad 

Produced by Ralph Gerstle and Robert 
Vickrey 

The story of a little Rirl who becomes 
temporarily disen^ag-ed from her parents in a 
shopping area, and discovers a magical world 
in abounding window displays and billboard 
advertisements 

LC card Fi A 58-929 

EMOTIONS AND CRIME 

In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

EMPIRE ON PARADE. Princeton 1958 38min 
sd color (America on parade ser) free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Empire Photosourid for 
Great Northern Railway 

The story of the Great Northern Railway 
and the territory it serves, showing the sreat 
dams built to develop low-cost power, the 
raising of meat for market, the timber re- 
sources in the region, the large farms, and the 
industries in the area 

LC card Fi A 58-1107 

ENAMELING ART. IntFlmBur 1958 12min sd 
color $125, rent $6 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Traces the historical development of the 
enameling art, using museum examples of 15th 
and 16th century champlev6, cloisonne and 
Limoges work; and indicates basic practices 
common to the medium. Shows students at 
work enameling on copper, with close-ups to 
demonstrate specific techniques 

LC card Fi A 59-77 

ENERGIES. Filmlm 1958 9min si color $125, 
rent $10 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Continuation of experimental film "Be- 
coming" in 1955-1958 Guide 

Produced by James Davis 

Through movement and color variable 
and mutable forms of energy manifest them- 
selves into being that of man 

LC card Fi A 58-930 

ENFORCEMENT TACTICS. Cine-Tele 1958 
15min sd color $165 



Sponsored by California Highway Patrol 
. Stresses observation, apprehension, and 
assisting the public. Points out environment 
and circumstances that are normally encoun- 
tered by the highway patrolman 

^'^^l^^o^fi^'^'^ J^9y^ \^:F"^ work. Coronet 

1958 llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 

el-Jh Guide 

Uses animation, models, and live action 
to explain the operating principles of various 
T^2!!i °/ engines, including steam, gasoline. 
Diesel, turbine, jet. and rocket. Discusses the 
I'^'^l^i^P^® °? engines, and such developments 
as the free piston engine and the ionic-propul- 

LC card Fi A 59-150 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3847 

ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS OF OPERA 
In OPERA FOR TODAY (6 fllmr) 

^^"•"f^up"^"^ ATOM. VirginiaPoly 1957 13mln 
sd b&w purchase apply, free-loan •^^™*n 

sh-c-ad 

G-hr.^r^^^^^^^ atomic research to daily lives 
Shows construction and operation of a nuclear 
f^Bf^^f^'"'' or atom smasher, the °nner work- 
ings of an atomic pi e. and the nuclear r^- 
search program underway at VPI Appfil? basto 

T^ , , , Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by MPO Productions 

methods and precision tools forecast fnh,i^,,a 
automa^ve products for thi tntnrl ^^^"^^^^ 
LC card Fi A 59-401 ^"''"^** 



ERNST VON DOHNANYI— l-IV 
In HERITAGE VI (4 films) 

ESCAPE TO THE ROCKIES. CanTrav 1957 

15min sd color free-loan 

sh-c 

Accompanies a group of vacationists from 
the Midwestern States on a tour of the Ca- 
nadian Rockies. Shows them as they travel 
the scenic route by train and sight-seeing bus 
from Chicago to Jasper and Banff National 
Parks. Includes scenes of the parks and moun- 
tain resorts visited 

LC card Fi A 58-413 

ESSENTIALS OF FREEDOM (6 films). NET 

1957 ea 30min sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

c-ad 
Produced by WOSU 
Titles are: 

1. CONDITION OF FREEDOM. Discusses liber- 

ty as a changeable concept, the "climate" 
for liberty, and "threats" to freedom. 
Stresses individual responsibility to in- 
stitutions, community, and government 

2. FREEDOM OF COMMUNICATION. Explores 

the freedom of communication with em- 
phasis on freedom of the press. Stresses 
the necessity of a responsibility- informed 
people as essential to freedom. Discusses 
the importance of the newspaper owner, 
educator, and clergyman as the trustees 
of freedom 

3. ECONOOVIIC FREEDOM. Examines the 

strengths and weaknesses of free enter- 
prise. Discusses the difflculty of trans- 
planting the American concept of free 
enterprise to other countries. Points out 
governmental responsibility with respect 
to the economic system as a whole 

4. FREEDOM AND RELIGION. Discusses reli- 

fion as a force of individual freedom. 
tresses the, theses that the family is the 
core of freedom and freedom can be found 
only in obedience 

5. FREEDOM, OF THE INDIVIDUAL. Dis- 

cusses the freedom of the individual with 
emphasis on the scientist and the artist. 
Includes a debate on scientific achieve- 
ment and the necessity to combat mass 
determination of taste 

6. POLICY FCDR A FREE WORLD. Discusses 

United. States foreign policy. Presents 
viewpoints concerning the relationship of 
foreign pol.icy to military policy. Questions 
the ppssibihty of atomic war. Concludes 
that the most important problem today 
is the use of force 

^^"^i^J?"-'-^""!^® ^,oALFALFA. WisU 1956 
12i^min sd b&w rent 50c 

sh-c-ad 

Agric^I^'^'fdSAr''''''^'^ '^^"^ ^•^- ^^^^- ^' 

f>,^ rv,^^P^'^^"^ ,^^^\ although alfalfa is one of 
tne most popular legume forage crops in the 
Midwest., many farmers still have difficulty 
Hi,v^^*i^'"'"^M ^ ^^^^ s>"d. Covers liming, fer- 
tilizing, soil preparation, inoculation of seed, 
and seed operations 

ETERNAL DAY, ETERNAL NIGHT 
In DOCTORS IN SPACE (13 films) 

ETHNOLOGICAL CRIMINAL 

In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

^^H^Sfl^^- .Sterl-MovUSA 1957 15min sd 
b&w (Algerian portfolio ser) free-loan 

c-ad 

g^^j.g^JgPonsored by Robert W. Schofleld & As- 

«„M4^o^ survey of the political, economic and 
mit*KL^JPP°rt^"?? 9^ J&o^th Africa— the vita^ 
link between the Dark Continent and Europe 

^'^'^,9'^^^'^N 9OMMUNITY AND GERMANY 

World . 1958 ^ 29min sd b&w (Your world 
m crisis ser) $80. rent $8 

sh-c-ad 

Televi^To^n^^lffn. "^^ Metropolitan Educational 

Weste?i;^Tu?^&^l?ITh^e"^^ov^gftgn^^^^ 

emphasis on the .problems of unification re- 
armament, neutralization. Participants- Dr Saul 
Padover, John Scott. Theodore Kaghan 



22 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



EVALUATING PHYSICAL ABILITIES. Ath- 
letic 1958 17min sd color $170. rent $5 
p-el-jh-sh 

Produced by University of California 
Presents performance tests whicn may 
be used to evaluate a child's growth in quali- 
ties of strength, endurance, co-ordination, etc. 
Events recommended are based on natural ac- 
tivities — running, jumping, climbing, etc. Shows 
methods of administering tests 

EVALUATION OF SCIENCE 
In HERITAGE II (6 films) 

EVAPORATION AND HUMIDITY. NET 1956 
30min sd b&w (Tempest in a test tube ser) 
rent $4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by KQED , _.^ ^^ 

Explains evaporation and humidity. Shows 
that evaporation is a cooling process. Demon- 
strates the measurement of humidity. Defines 
the process of sublimation 

EVENT FOR ONE. Sterling 1957 28min sd b&w 
free- loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Dynamic Films for American 
Medical Assn. , , , ,, ,. , ^ 

When a young boy is hospitalized for 
typhoid, the mother of his playmate — ^who 
claims similar symptoms — becomes distraught 
because the doctor will not treat her son for 
the same disease. The doctor finds the root 
of the boy's trouble and expl'ains to the mother 
the importance of trusting a doctor's judgment 

EXALTATION FROM THE BOOK OF 
PSALMS. UnionAmHeb 1957 lOmin sd color 
$100. rent $10 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Narrated excerpts from the Book of 
Psalms with scenic views and background 
music 

EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW. TFC 1958 9min 
sd b&w rent apply 

sh-c Guide 

Classroom excerpt of feature film "High 
cost of loving" produced by M-G-M 

A young employee is interviewed by an 
executive who is investigating possibilities of 
promoting him. Through lack of clearly defined 
objectives, the executive gives the young man 
the impression his services are to be dispensed 
with. He is left in a state of nervous apprehen- 
sion 

EXPECTING— DIET IN PREGNANCY. Social 
Sci 1958 12min sd color purchase apply 

sh-c-ad Guide 

Discusses the relation of proper diet and 
nutrition to pregnancy. Shows an expectant 
mother visiting her doctor and U.arning how to 
keep a weight chart; shows group teaching of 
prenatal care in a neighborhood clinic and in 
the out-patient department of a local hospital. 
Includes suggested diets for use during preg- 
nancy 

EXPEDITION. Guild 1956 aeVzmin sd b&w 
(Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-ei-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Depicts a scientific cruise showing marine 
creatures encountered as the sea floor is 
dredged. Presents the story of "Valero IV," 
and sea elephants and fairy shrimp, photo- 
graphed a mile below the surface 

EXPERIENCE WITH AN EEL. Moody 1956 
24min sd color (Sermons from science ser) 
rent $12.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Also available in b&w, 28min 

Describes the electric eel as an exarnple 
of the almost endless variety of life which God 
has placed upon the earth, showing in the 
laboratory how a blind electric eel locates a 
fish and captures its prey by stunning it with 
a violent shock of electricity 

LC card Fi A 58-1010 

EXPLORER WITH A PAINT BRUSH— 
AUDUBON. NET 1956 30min sd b&w (Dis- 
covery 11 ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by WGBH 

Depicts the life of John James Audubon, 
as an explorer, journalist, naturalist, and 
crusader. Features Joy Buda. sculptress and 
artist, who evaluates Audubon's work 



EXPLORING GOD'S WONDERS. Scripture 
1958 SOmin sd color (Vacation Bible School 
promotional film ser) rent $3 

c-ad 
Produced by Cavalcade Productions 
Story includes dramatic incidents In lives 
of five children of one family, showing changes 
in attitudes as result of Bible instruction. Also 
shows All -Bible Vacation School lessons in 
classroom scenes 

EXPLORING THE FARMLAND. Wilcox 1958 
13min sd color $120 

p-el Guide 

Three youngsterfs visit a farm and see the 
tame and wild animals: cows, chickens, barn 
swallows, fox, raccoons, ducks, tree swallows, 
squirrels, flickers, and goldfinch. Stresses 
balance of nature 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3629 



FACT FARM, U.S.A. GenMills 1957 25min sd 
color (Formula feed ser) $185, free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Depicts the fact-finding livestock and 
poultry feed research center operated by 
General Mills as a proving ground, listening 
post and research clearing house for rural 
America 

FACTS ABOUT FABRICS. DuPont rev 1958 
22min sd color free-loan 

jh-sh-c-ad 

Revision ot 1941 film, revi.'^ed 1950 
Produced by Pennsylvania Film Produc- 
tions . , , 

Explains characteristics of yarns, how 
fabrics are made, basic fabric constructions 
and printing and dyeing of fabrics. Includes a 
section which describes characteristics of Du 
Font's five man-made fibers and what they 
mean to the consumer 

FACTS ON SNAKES. TennGame&Fish 1958 
ISmin sd b&w or color (World outdoors ser) 
purchase apply, free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-ad 

Using live specimens, outdoor artist Will 
Hon presents a picture of reptiles. Shows how 
a rattlesnake uses his fangs on the drawing 
board, and a 5-foot rattler in action. Includes 
pointers on identification 

FAITH IN BOYS. GehMot 1958 28min sd color 
free -loan 

el-jh 

Shows scenes of the 1957 Soap Box Derby, 
the 20th running of this lar?e amateur racing 
event 

LC card Fi A 58-938 

FALL CREEK FALLS. TennGame&Fish 1958 
13min sd b&w or color (World outdoors ser) 
purchase apply, free-loan 

e!-jh-sh-c-ad 

A group of teenagers visit«5 the highest 
falls east of the Mississippi River. Shows the 
rugged terrain in winter when two rugged 
individuals make a perilous cable descent 

FALLS ARE NO FUN. NatSafety 1958 lOmin 
sd b&w $88, rent $11 

jh-sh-c-ad 

A cartoon character goes through a series 
of situations that point out the kinds of falls 
that can happen. After each mishap, the little 
fellow learns how the fall could have been 
easily avoided 

FAMILY AFFAIR. Westing 1957 24min sd color 
$150, free-loan 

c-ad 
The fact that inadequate wiring is a 
basic cause of many family problems is made 
apparent 

FARM BOYS FORESTRY CAMP. PurdueU 
1956 llmin sd b&w $60. rent 75c 

sh 

Record of the activities of 40 boys at 
the Clark County State Forest receiving train- 
ing to act as forestry leaders in their county 
farm programs 



23 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



FASHIONING THE FUTURE. ModernTP 1956 
24i^min sd color free-loan 

sh-c 

Produced by Pilot Productions for Uni- 
versal Oil Products 

Shows how a typical college senior and 
chemical engineer goes to an interview for a 

Job he is^ interested in after graduation — how 
le meets che people he will work with, sees 
them at work and learns about the facilities 
he will use if he is hired 

FAST IS NOT A LADYBUG. FilmAssoc 1958 
llmin sd b&w $55. color $110 

p Guide 

Based on the book of the same title by 
Miriam Schlein 

Explains the meaning of fast and slow. 
Develops the concept of relative speed 

FATHERS GO AWAY TO WORK. Dowling 
1959 llmin sd color $110 

p Guide 
The jobs that fathers do all day are seen 
in their relationship to their own families and 
to others who depend upon their work. Ex- 
amples: an artist, salesman and an operator 
of heavy earth- moving equipment 

FERRYBOAT. Bailey 1958 9min sd b&w $50, 
rent $3; color $100, rent $5 

p-el Guide 

Produced by Stuart Roe 

Shows many harbor and work boats. Ex- 
plains special function and operation of the 
ferryboat. Contrasts different ferryboats show- 
ing among others the Staten Island Ferry and 
the English Channel ferryboat 

FESTIVAL OF FAITH. JewishChaut 1957 
13i4min sd b&w $35 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Galahad Studios 

A story about the holiday of Shovuos. 
A teen ager's father and her rabbi frankly face 
up to her doubts about the validity of her 
religious teachings and help to strengthen her 
faith. A confirmation service scene portrays 
the Ten Commandments as the civilizing force 
of modern society 

FESTIVAL OF JUDO. Leo-Costa 1956 15min 
sd b&w $200 

p-ei-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Presents scenes of a judo festival which 
took place at the Klein Memorial in Bridge- 
port. Conn, on May 11. 1956. Includes high- 
lights of a championship tournament and de- 
monstrations of the use of judo as a defense 
against various types of attack 
LC card Fi 56-277 

FESTIVE FRYING. Editorial 1957 6min sd 
b&w or color free- loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Sponsored by Procter and Gamble Co. 

Shows young couple entertaining the easy 
way with chicken in the basket and french 
fries and the help of neighbors 

FIBERS AND CIVILIZATION. ModernTP 1958 
27min sd color free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by MPO Productions for Chem- 
strand Corp. 

Story of man's use of nature's fibers, de- 
velopment of man-made fibers like acrilan and 
their ^ colorful uses in homes, business and, 
especially, clothes 

LC card Fi A 59-238 

FIFTEEISI MINUTES TO IVIEALTIIVIE. Vir- 
giniaPoly 1957 S^^min sd b&w or color pur- 
chase apply, free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
^r«o ^.. liousewife, using her own "secret 
weapon" prepares an attractive, balanced meal 
in just a quarter of an hour 

FIGHTING GAR FISH. ModernTP 1957 22min 
sd color free-loan ^^mm 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Johns^n'^te^s'go.^^^'" ^""^ Laboratories for 

most spectacular game fish— the alligltor |ar 



FIGHTING POPES (LIVES OF POPES PIUS 
XI AND XM). EducFlmEnt 1958 25min sd 
b&w (Fifty years of history ser) $175 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

. The history of the two last Popes and of 
the impact of the two great leaders of the 
Catholic world on the outcome of the world- 
struggle against communism 

FILIVI RESEARCH AND LEARNING. IntFlm 
Bur 1956 16min sd b&w $78. rent $6 

c-ad 
Produced by Walter A. Wittich 
Describes research studies which show 
how the use of films in instruction can im- 
prove student achievement in such fields as 
reading, science, and social studies 
LC card Fi 56-95 

FIN ROUND-UP. Guild 1956 26%min sd b&w 
(Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Explains that the round-up of fish can be 
just as thrilling as herding cattle on the range. 
Shows science taking a hand in commercial 
raising of fish and "branding" them for future 
study 

FINE FOOD, GOOD WINE. Radiant 1956 4y2min 
sd b&w or color (France for fun ser) free- 
loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
A gourmet's tour of Paris and the prov- 
inces. Depicts the foods and wines which have 
made France famous 

FINGER PAINTING OF WU TSAI YEN. Int 

FlmBur 1958 llmin sd color $135, rent $9 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Marvin Becker 
. Portrays the creative possibilities of 
painting by means of the finger, fingernail, 
and side of the palm. Shows the artist Wu 
Tsai-yen using only his hands and pigment in 
creating precise developmental patterns. De- 
scribes the particular nature of Chinese art, 
with its preconceived composition and its al- 
most religious ritual quality 
LC card Fi A 59-78 

FINISHING CERAIVIIC SCULPTURE 

In VISITS WITH A SCULPTOR (10 films) 

FIRE AND FLAME. NET 1956 30min sd b&w 
(Tempest m a test tube ser) rent $4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by KQED 

Explains the zones of a candle flame. 
Shows the differences between a candle and a 
burner flame. Uses experiments to illustrate 
air density and connection currents 

^^^^, '-^9o'^°^"'"- IntFlmBur 1958 13min sd 
color $135 

el-Jh-ad 

Produced by Larry Dawson Productions 
fl^^ Describes the work of a fire lookout. A 
fire warden and his family demonstrate good 
conservation practice. A nine-year-old boy, 
,,^ ,,^^^^^^^1^°?®?^ stream, sights a grass fire 
unsuccessfully tries to stamp it out, and then 
th??r"^ ^^^ guides the fire trucks to 

LC card Fi A 59-79 

FIREBIRD III. GenMot 1958 13min sd color 
free -loan 

sh-c-ad 

^■h^ c^^^^^ *J^^|. experimental car take form in 
^Ko^^^^'^"^€ studios and research laboratories- 
observes the actual car being built. Depicts it 
performing out on the PrBving Grounds in 



'^'^F^'iSS/A^°g!SASf..POG STORIES 

In IOWA READING FILMS (COLLEGE 
LEVEL) (15 films) 

FIRST GENERATION 

In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 



24 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



FIRST IMPRESSIONS. Family 1958 15min sd 
(Our children ser) b&w rent $5. color rent 
$8 

p-el Guide 
Illustrates through the experiences of two 
young boys that friendships are based on much 
more than first impressions and outward ap- 
pearances 

LC card Fi A 59-131 

FIRST WORLD AMATEUR TEAM CHAM- 
PIONSHIP FOR EISENHOWER TROPHY. 

NatEdFlms 1959 14min sd color $250, rent 
$20 

ad 

Sponsored by United States Golf Assn. 

The team from Down Under becomes the 

first winner of the Eisenhower Trophy in a 

dramatic play-off between the United States 

and Australia. Played at St Andrews, Scotland 

FISH FAMILY. Moody 1958 llmin sd b&w $45, 
color $90 

p Guide 
Shows the reproduction cycle of the blue 
acara flsh, including the processes of nest prep- 
aration, egg laying, fertilization, care during 
incubation, nursery construction, transporting 
hatchlings to nurseries, and guarding the 
young. Emphasizes the close family relation- 
ship of the flsh 

LC card Fi A 58-3541 

FITNESS FOR LEADERSHIP. ModernTP 1958 
14min sd color free-loan 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by Audio Productions for 
Gillette Safety Razor Co, 

Describes the United States Military 
Academy's athletic program, shows the cadets 
participating in a wide range of sports and 
undergoing physical conditioning. Points out 
that, by learning "carry-over" sports in school, 
boys can play at them later in adult life and 
get useful exercise and relaxation 

FIVE MILES WEST. ModernTP 1958 16min sd 
color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Marathon TV Newsreel 
Discusses the stark contrast of West Ger- 
man prosperity with East German poverty in 
Berlin and in Hanover and Hamburg. Shows 
how a progressive automobile industry centered 
in Wolfsburg, coupled with free -world trade, is 
the bedrock on which this new prosperity is 
built 

FLANNEL BOARDS AND HOW TO USE 
THEM. Bailey 1958 15min sd color $150, rent 
$7.50 

c-ad Guide 

Explains what flannel boards are, pointing 
out several ways to make simple ones, and 
suggesting sizes and materials; describes ma- 
terials that will stick to flannel boards and 
suggests creative educational devices that can 
be made by teachers; shows different uses of 
flannel boards and materials in various class- 
room situations 

LC card Fi A 58-960 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3669 

FLIGHT TOWARD THE STARS 

In DOCTORS IN SPACE (13 films) 

FLOATIN' THE BUFFALO AND THE WATER 
SCORPION. TennGame«&Fish 1958 13min sd 
b&w or color (World outdoors ser) purchase 
apply, free -loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-ad 

T> cc Depicts a float trip down Tennessee's 
Buffalo River. The latter portion reveals the 
strange underwater world of the common insect 
water scorpion 

FLOOR SHOW (2 films). BellTel 1957 sd color 
free -loan 

sh-ad 

Produced by Sound Master 

Proper techniques of maintaining resilient 

floor coverings 

Part 1. 26min. Mopping, scrubbing and rins- 
ing floors 

Part 2. 16min. Application of wax and anti- 
slip floor flnish. polishing, and spot clean- 
ing 
LC card for set Fi A 58-585 



FLORIDA'S HIGHSPOT. UW 1958 9mln sd 
(World parade ser) b&w $22.95. colour $47.25 

el-Jh-sh-ad 

Depicts Florida, its liixury hotels, the fast 
action at Hialeah. Cypress Gardens, the Par- 
rot Jungle. Reptile Farm and Marine Studios. 

FLORIDA'S TURBULENT PAST - 

In IOWA READING FILMS (COLLEGE 
LEVEL) (15 films) 

FLY CONTROL— A 4-H DEMONSTRATION. 

PurdueU 1957 15min sd color $135. rent 
$1.75 

Jh-sh-ad 
A demonstration by two 4-H Club boys to 
show the techniques employed in the develop- 
ing and giving of a 4-H demonstration 

FLYING ANGEL. Unusual 1958 10V2min sd color 
$50. free -loan 

c-ad 
Describes the motion picture production 
facilities of Unusual Films, the cinema depart- 
ment of Bob Jones University, showing some 
of the techniques employed by the department 
in their productions 

LC card Fi A 59-104 

FOLLIES OF THE TOWN. Cambridge 1958 
26min sd b&w $150. rent $10 

c-ad 

Features a wide selection of the engrav- 
ings of William Hogarth, with a commentary 
taken from writings of his period, including 
Defoe's Moll Flanders. Fielding's Tom Jones, 
and Boswell's London Journal, among others. 
This combination of satirical prints and social 
criticism conveys a sense of 18th century 
London 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3887 !3- 

FOLLOW-TH ROUGH 

In OFFICE SUPERVISOR'S PROBLEMS 
(6 films) 

FOOD AND MATERNAL DEPRIVATION. NYU 

1959 20min sd b&w $120. rent $6 

c-ad Guide 

Produced by 1' Association pour la Sante 
Mentale de I'Enfance. Paris 

Part of the record collected by the French 
research unit studying the effects of maternal 
deprivation on child development, with children 
between ten months and four years old. Indi- 
cates that feeding difficulties are often linked 
with maternal deprivation and that the attitude 
of a child toward food is frequently an expres- 
sion of his attitude toward adults willing to 
give him maternal care 

FOOLS, DAREDEVILS AND GENIUSES 
In AIR POWER (26 films) 

FOOTBALL PARADE OF 1957. UW 1958 9min 
sd b&w (Sport parade ser) $22.95 

ei-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Highlights of the best college games of 
the year — Notre Dame vs Oklahoma. Army vs 
Utah, Auburn vs Georgia Tech. Yale vs Prince- 
ton, Maryland vs North Carolina. Ohio State 
vs Iowa, Navy vs Notre Dame. Illinois vs Min- 
nesota 

FOOTBALL'S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP. 

MillerBrew 1958 28min sd color free-loan 

ad 

Produced by Tel-Ra Productions 
Highlights of the world's championship 
games of football 

FOR THE LOVE OF LIFE. AmHosp 1957 13min 
sd color rent $5 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Atlas Film Corp. 

Describes the hospital experience of one 
man. pointing out what the hospital means to 
him. and the variety of personnel and depart- 
ments concerned directly or indirectly with his 
diagnosis, treatment, and care 

LC card Fi A 57-1011 

FORAGE PLANNING FOR PROFIT. Virginia 
Poly 1957 13min sd b&w purchase apply, 
free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
. Shows how proper planning will enable 
Virginia farmers to approach the desired goal 
of growing 100% of their livestock feed re- 
quirements 



25 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



FORCE IN AMERICAN CULTURE 

In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

FORCE OF DESTINY. See FORZA DEL DES- 
TINO 

FOREIGN POLICY IN CONGRESS. NET 1956 
29min sd b&w (America looks abroad ser) 
rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by WTTW 

Describes the constitutional role Congress 
has in implementing foreign policy. Points out 
that Congress has recently assumed increasing 
responsibility in initiating foreign policy. Indi- 
cates how senators and congressmen help to 
determine foreign policy 

FOREVER LIVING FORESTS. Ideal rev 1958 
28min sd color free-loan 

el-Jh. sh-c-ad 

Revision of 1949 film "Sempervirens" 

Produced by W.A, Palmer Films for 
California Redwood Assn. 

Presents the story of the California red- 
woods, showing where they grow, how they 
can be managed as a forest crop to ensure 
a continuing supply of redwood lumber, how 
the lumber is manufactured, and how it is 
put to use in industry, homes, schools, and 
other structures 

LC card Fi A 58-290 

FORGOTTEN INDIANS. IntLab 1957 30min sd 
b&w (World is ours ser) $51, free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced bv British Broadcasting Corp. 

Describes the work of the United Na- 
tions and agencies of the United Nations 
family under the administrative leadership of 
the International Labor Organization in aid- 
ing the governments of Bolivia, Peru and 
Ecuador in their efforts to improve living 
standards for the Indians who live high on 
the Andean plateau 

FORSAKE ME NOT. AmJewComm 1958 27min 
sd b&w free -loan 

ad 
Shows how the aged, ill, and handicapped 
newcomers to Israel find the help they need 
and a new purpose in life when they come 
under the wing of Malben, an American-sup- 
ported health and welfare program in the 
Jewish state. Filmed in Israel 
LC card Fi A 59-345 

FORTUNE SEEKER. NatLablsrael 1957 26min 
sd color free -loan 

p-ei-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Depicts the excitement surrounding the 
discovery of oil in Israel. Interweaves a ro- 
mance which culminates in a Bukhanan wed- 
ding and dance 

FORZA DEL DESTINO. Trans-W 1957 lOOmin 
sd b&w lease apply, rent apply 

sh-c-ad 

Italian language with English commen- 

^^ Produced by Unionfilm-Gallone 

Presents Verdi's tragic opera of two 
lovers caught In the web of Fate. ^^ Presents 
Tito Gobbi and the Rome Opera House or- 
chestra and chorus 

FOUR CENTURIES OF GROWING PAINS 
In COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS SE- 
RIES (13 films) 

FOUR STAR FARMERS. Venard 1959 18min 
sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Keystone Steel & Wire Co. 
Visits dairy and beef cattle ranches of 
Star Farmers in California, Pennsylvania. 
Oklahoma and Kansas 

FOUR WAYS TO MILFORD. NZealEmb 1958 
25min sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Depicts scenery on the four ways of 
reaching Milford Sound— by sea. air. road and 
the Track 



FOURTH BATTLE OF WINCHESTER. AFL- 
CIO 1957 17min sd b&w $50. rent $2.50 

ad 

Produced by United Rubberworkers, 
AFL-CIO 

Story of workers on strike in Virginia 
to win acceptance of a contract to insure 
better conditions on their job and better living 
standards for themselves and their families. 
Shown as an example of Taft-Hartley Act in 
action against a union 

FRANCE ROMAN E. French 1956 20min sd 
b&w rent $1 

sh-c-ad 
French narration 

Romanesque sculpture and architecture 
in France. Features churches and abbeys 

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT. EBF 1958 30min 
sd b&w (Wisdom ser) $150. rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

Architect Frank Lloyd Wright discusses 
his theories of functional architecture, and 
analyzes contemporary styles, tracing them 
back to Greek and Asiatic origins 

LC card Fi A 58-1159 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3879 

FREAK FISH OF THE DEEP. Guild 1956 
26l^min sd b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) 
rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Colonel Craig and his associates photo- 
graph strange creatures in the sea near the 
West Indies — tube worms that resemble flowers, 
a Medusa, fish that go fishing, the Puffers, and 
an invisible fish 

FREEDOM AND RELIGION 

In ESSENTIALS OF FREEDOM (6 films) 

FREEDOM LOVING LAND. USBrew 1958 
14min sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Emphasizes the wealth of native Ameri- 
can resources and their role in the develop- 
ment of the brewing industry. Pictures of the 
many different materials involved in beer pro- 
duction pinpoint the economic and social con- 
tributions of the industry 

LC card Fi A 59-286 

FREEDOM OF COMMUNICATION 

In ESSENTIALS OF FREEDOM (6 films) 

FREEDOM OF THE INDIVIDUAL 

In ESSENTIALS OF FREEDOM (6 films) 

FREEDOM OF THE PRESS IN LATIN 
AMERICA. NET 1956 29min sd b&w 
(America looks abroad ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WTTW 

Outlines the history of the press in Latin 
America. Studies the parallel between the 
degree of democracy in government and the 
extent of freedom of the press. Discusses 
political conditions in Latin America and the 
work of the Inter-American Press Association 

FREEDOM RINGS. JewlshChaut 1956 IS^^min 
sd b&w $35 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Galahad Studios 

A Christian boy attends the Seder dinner 
of a Jewish family on Passover and learns that 
this holiday and America's Liberty Bell have 
much in common. The story of how Moses led 
his people from Pharoah's bondage is told — a 
parallel is established with a grandfather's 
exodus from Hitler's tyranny 

FREEZING, MELTING, BOILING. NET 1956 
30min sd b&w (Tempest in a test tube 
ser) rent $4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by KQED 

Experiments with water show that all 
matter exists in three states: solid, liquid, 
and gas. Discusses distillation and condensa- 
tion. Shows the power of frozen water when it 
expands. Explains and demonstrates a dilato- 
meter 



26 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR. Caronet 1959 
llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 

Jh-sh Guide 

Recreates the period when England 
struggled with Prance lor control of the North 
American continent. Explores the causes . and 
results of the conflict, and shows highlights 
of the French and Indian War. the Albany 
conference, Braddock's defeat, and finally, vic- 
tory for England as Wolfe defeats Montcalm 
at Quebec 

FRICTION (2 films). NET 1957 ea 15mln sd 
b&w (Uncle Wonder's workshop ser) rent 
ea $3 

p-el 

Produced by WCET 

Part 1. Uses demonstrations to explain fric- 
ition. Shows how friction may be over- 
come 

Part II. Continues the explanation of friction 
and illustrates with the principle of 
streamlining and airplanes, birds, and a 
tennis ball. Tells why friction is desir- 
able in certain instances and undesir- 
able in others 

FRIGHTENED CHILD. IntFImBur 1957 19min 
sd b&w $95 

c-ad 

Available for rental at $6 from the spon- 
sor, Community Chest of Los Angeles Area, 
729 E. Figueroa St., Los Angeles 17 

A ire-enaoted case history. An el even - 
year-old girl, through the work of relatives, 
has been turned against her father who is in 
the Navy and made to feel responsible for her 
mother's death. Shows how the kindness and 
understanding of foster parents and a social 
worker help her to see herself in a new per- 
spective 

LC card Fi A 59-80 

FROM CAPITOL HILL: PARTY GOVERN- 
MENT AND THE UNITED STATES CON- 
GRESS (8 films). NET 1958 ea 30min sd 
b&w rent ea $4.75 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by WYES 
Titles are: 

1. ROLE OP CONGRESS. Discusses the duties 

of Congress including legislative and law. 
Points out the necessity for bureaucracy. 
Presents a brief history of Congress. 
Questions the current role of Congress 
and how it has changed 

2. SENATE AND THE HOUSE OP REPRE- 

SENTATIVES. Examines the principle dif- 
ferences between the Senate and, the 
House. Questions the importance of the 
Senate 'as compared to the House. Dis- 
cusses the role of the presiding officer 
of the House. Reviews the question of 
unlimited debate in the Senate 

3. PRESSURES ON CONGRESS. Discusses 

the effects of general pressure on Con- 
gressmen from a state, national and 
world-wide basis. Examines the prob- 
lems of lobbying 

4. POLITICAL ORGANIZATION OP CON- 

GRESS. Explains the infiuence of parties 
on Congressmen, the role of parties m 
Congress, the functions of the minority 
leader and whip, party responsibility, and 
responsibility to the electorate. Presents 
Paul Butler and Meade Alcorn reviewing 
their roles in relation to Congress 

5. LEGISLATIVE ORGANIZATION OF CON- 

GRESS. Discusses the Standing Commit- 
tee, functions of the Committee system, 
and the role of the majority and minority 
leaders in Congress. Presents opinions 
on seniority and the selection of com- 
mittee members and officers 

6. CONGRESS AND THE PRESIDENT. Dis- 

cusses the Constitutional division of the 
"separation of powers:" the legislative, 
executive, and judicial. Examines the 
complexities of modern government 
which makes it impossible for Congress 
alone to make the law. Points out Con- 
gress' dependence on the executive 
branch 

7. CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATIONS. Ex- 

amines the need and uses for increased 
Investigational committees. Discusses 
partisan investigation, equal representa- 
tion of parties on committees and the 
powers and limltationa of inveistigcttive 
oommltteea 



8. CONGRESS AS A MEANS OF DEMOCRA- 
TIC GOVERNMENT— A SUMMARY. Dis- 
cusses Congress as the best means of 
democratic government. Questions the 
role of Congress, what relationship should 
exist between the President, Congress, 
and the Supreme Court, how effective 
Congress is performing its job, and how 
membership in Congress affects a person 

FROM DREAM TO REALITY. AmJewCong 
1958 14min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Dramatizes the program of the Louise 
Waterman Wise Youth Center concentrating on 
the role the center has played as a meeting 
ground for youth — regardless of race, creed, 
color or religion — from all parts of the world. 
Stresses the work it has done in integrating 
young newcomers into the social and civil life 
of Israel 

FROM DREAM TO REALITY (THE HISTORY 
OF ISRAEL). EducFlmEnt 1958 60min sd 
b&w (Fifty years of history ser) $350 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

The story of the dream of Theodore Herzl 
of a "Jewish State" and the reality of Zionism 
and of the establishment of the State of 
Israel 

FROM 1900 UNTIL AFTER WORLD WAR I: 
FORAIN. NET 1956 15min sd b&w (Images 
of art ser) rent $4 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Radiodifussion Television 

Shows the first years of the 20th century 
as seen by Forain. Presents a statement about 
a period of history by one of the most cynical 
of all French draughtsmen 

EPLA evaluation card No. 3888 

FROM SARAJEVO TO VERSAILLES (THE 
FIRST WORLD WAR). EducElmEnt 1957 
25min sd b&w (Fifty years of history ser) 
$175 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Presents the Incidents which led to the 
assassination of the Archduke Franz and pre- 
cipitated World War I. Discusses the conse- 
quences of the victory and peace established 
by the Versailles Treaty 

FROM THE GROUND UP. MichStU 1957 
26i^min sd (County agent ser) b&w $100, 
color $200 

ad 
Produced by Capital Films 
A plant's -eye view of research directed 
at feeding plants for greater production. His- 
tory of now a whole new industry came to 
Michigan through the study of plant nutrition 

FROM THIS LAND. Assn 1958 13%mln sd color 
free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Firestone Tire and Rubber 
Co. 

While duck-hunting, a father tells his 
young son of the countless products of the 
American farm. Shows how conservation has 
added to our abundance and how scientific 
farming, crop rotation and modern methods 
have lightened the farmer's load 

FRONTIER U. BuffaloU 1958 25min sd color 
purchase apply, rent $1 

c-ad 

Produced by RKO Pathe 

Reveals how the urban university, as 
typified by the University of Buffalo, and the 
community have become intertwined. Depicts 
industry's realization that higher education is 
a major force behind Ainerica's growth an<i 
points out how an urban university must keep 
expanding to meet the future 

LC card Fi A 58-632 

FRONTIER WITNESS. AmBaptist 1&59 20min 
sd b&w rent $5 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

A tour by jeep and by foot through the 
northern hills of Burma, visiting some of the 
frontier outposts and missions 

LC card Fi A 59-339 



27 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



FROZEN SEA. Guild 1956 26i^min sd b&w 
(Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Depicts the Antarctic Expeditions of Ad- 
miral Byrd. Shows living conditions at Little 
America, including preparations for the long 
winter night, seal hunts and penguin clowns, 
and flights over the South Pole 

FRUITLESS FIG TREE. UW 1958 27min sd 
color (His way— His word ser) $300, rent 
$15 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Catchings-Denlcer Corp. 
Story of the farmer Abner, his wife 
Miriam and their wayward son. The father 
has no hope for the boy nor for the barren 
fig tree in his orchard. With loving care and 
attention the tree is brought to bear fruit. Ab- 
ner is shown by the Master that the boy too 
needs love and forgiveness 

FUELS— THEIR NATURE AND USE. EBF 

rev 1958 llmin sd b&w $60, rent $2.50 

Jh-sh Guide 
Revision of 1938 film "Fuels and heat" 
Describes the principal kinds of fuels 
used in homes and industry; traces the source; 
of most conventional fuels to the sun; and 
explains the history of fuels. Uses animation 
to explain how heat is transferred to mechan- 
ical energy in steam, gasoline, and diesel en- 
gines 

LC card Fi A 58-777 



FUN WITH FROSTING. Editorial 1957 7V2min 
sd b&w or color free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Sponsored by Procter and Gamble Co. 
Closeups show how to make frosting and 
decorate cakes 



FUTURES IN STEEL. ModernTP 1958 28min 
sd b&w or color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Mode -Art Pictures for 
Bethlehem Steel Co. 

Tells of the career opportunities open to 
college graduates in the iron and steel indus- 
try. Describes Bethlehem's training course for 
college graduates and shows Bethlehem em- 
ployees at work in mines, steel plants, ship- 
yards and offices 

LC card Fi A 59-242 



GALILEO. Coronet 1959 13y2min sd b&w $75, 
color $137.50 

Jh-sh Guide 
Recreates Galileo's struggle for the right 
of science to question tradition. Shows how 
he disproves earlier theory of Aristotle by 
demonstrating his laws of falling bodies, how 
he verified the astronomical theories of Coper- 
nicus and how he continued to make new 
discoveries in the realm of physical science 

GARDEN OF SERVICE. AmBaptist 1957 30min 
sd color rent $10 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

A documentary account of the life of a 
Japanese man brought up to respect the an- 
cient religions of Japan and then introduced to 
Christianity at the Waseda Christian Student 
Center in Tokyo. Explains how a young 
Christian woman helps him understand the 
meaning of Christianity and how he decides 
to study for the ministry in order to help his 
countrymen 

LC card Fi A 59-125 

GAS OF LIFE 

In DOCTORS IN SPACE (13 films) 

GAS TURBINE. Shell 1956 15min sd b&w free- 
loan 

sh-c-ad 

The story of the gas turbine, the engine 
that revolutionized flight by making possible 
the turboprop and turbojet. Explains both of 
these forms of the gas turbine, and demon- 
strates the application of each, using working 
models and animated drawings to tell the story 

LC card Fi A 58-3353 



GATES OF GLORY. Concordia 1959 30min sd 
b&w rent $9 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Thomas, who once doubted the Resur- 
rection retells the story of the last days of 
Christ's life to a small group of Christians 
imprisoned for their belief. Thomas speaks of 
the glorious heritage and blessed assurance oi 
life everlasting for all believers 

GATEWAY TO THE ORIENT— HONG KONG. 
UW 1957 9min sd (World parade ser) b&w 
$22.95. color $47.25 

el-Jh-sh-ad 
Depicts Hong Kong where many cultures 
T^ingle in harmony. . . Chinese and Western, 
ancient and modern. Highlights the "Dragon 
Boat Festival" 

GATEWAYS TO THE MIND. BellTel 1958 
60min sd color (Bell System science ser) 
free -loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures 
The story of what science has learned 
about the human senses and how they function. 
Includes animation and documentary se- 
quences 

LC card Fi A 59-318 

GENERAL FOREMAN 

In NATURE OF WORK (6 films) 

GfeNERO Y NOMERO— Ml 

In SPANISH INSTRUCTO-FILM SERIES 
(7 films) 

GEOGRAPHY OF SOUTH AMERICA: FIVE 
NORTHERN COUNTRIES. Coronet 1959 
llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 
el-Jh Guide 

Stresses the economic concepts related to 
land, climate, and major resources on the 
gateway countries of South America — Colombia, 
Venezuela, and the three Guianas. Shows the 
people, their ways of life, and the many mod- 
ern developments which industrialization has 
brought 

GEOGRAPHY OF THE UNITED STATES: AN 
INTRODUCTION. Coronet 1958 IS^^min sd 
b&w $75. color $137.50 

el-Jh Guide 

An overview of the geographical and hu- 
man use resources of the United States, ex- 
plaining that from the great variety of land- 
forms, resources, climatic regions, crop belts, 
types of occupations, and peoples, there has 
come a vigorous and productive country 

LC card Fi A 58-1147 

GEORGE MASON OF GUNSTON HALL. Vir- 
ginia-Ed 1957 12min sd b&w $30, rent $2; 
color $72. rent $4 

p-el-jh-sh-c 

Shows George Mason's home at Gunston 
Hall and tells how his writings served as the 
basis for the Declaration of Independence and 
the Bill of Rights 

LC card Fi A 58-282 

GERMANY: A FAMILY OF THE INDUS- 
TRIAL RUHR. McGraw 1959 16min sd b&w 
$90, rent apply 

e!-Jh-sh Guide 

Produced by Centron Corp. 

Pictures life today in the steel-making 
city of Essen, following the members of a 
family through the routine of an average day 

LC card Fi A 59-60 

GERMANY:^ FEUDAL STATES TO UNIFICA- 
TION.^ Coronet 1959 13V2min sd b&w $75, 
color $137.50 

Jh-sh Guide 
Traces Prussia's growth in strength dur- 
ing the 19th century; shows how other German 
states were brought under the control of 
-Prussia, and how, following Bismarck's policy 
of blood and iron," she waged wars with 
Denmark, Austria, and France to establish a 
strong, unified German nation 
LC card Fi A 59-331 



28 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



GETTING READY FOR BABY_ CHICKS. 

WisU 1957 12V2min sd b&w rent 50c 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. 
of Agriculture (USDA) „ , ^ x. 

Shows the preparation of a brooder house 
for baby chicks. Includes methods of prevent- 
ing chicks from crowding, types of litter ma- 
terial and arrangement of waterers and feeders 

GIFT OF THE AGES. Austin 1957 15min sd 
b&w free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Ohio Lime Co.. 
Describes the many applications of lime 
and limestone products in everyday items. 
Shows how limestone is secured and processed 
for various uses 

GIVE ME SECOND STATION. Boeing 1956 
26l^min sd color $95 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Ludwig H. Zwilgmeyer . 

Shows students arriving at McConnell Air 
Force Base for B-47 instruction. Presents high 
lights of B-47 history and development. Shows 
students in SAC missions envolving an aeria 
refueling with KC-97 at night and an actual 
on -target simulated bombing run 

GLACIER NATIONAL PARK IN MONTANA. 

Princeton 1958 25min sd color (America on 
parade ser) free -loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Empire Photosound for Great 
Northern Railway ^ . , ^ , . ,^ 

A tour of Glacier National Park, in the 
Montana Rockies, including views of the gla- 
ciers, lakes, waterfalls, of the Blackfoot Indians, 
of animal life, and of the recreational attrac- 

^^'^^^ LC card Fi A 58-1108 

GLACIER PARK STUDIES. Bailey rev 1958 
22min sd color $190. rent $10 

ei-Jh-sh 

Revision of 1948 film. Shorter version 
available, llmin color $100. rent $5 

Produced by Guy Haselton 

Shows the history, geology, and outstand- 
ing life forms of the Park. Animated maps and 
drawings depict the mountain structures, gla- 
ciers, and lake formations. Close-ups show wild 
animals such as moose, mountain sheep, and 
bears, as well as smaller birds and animals. 
Shows many varieties of mountain and mea- 
dow flowers 

GLANDS OF THE HEAD. NatFd 1957 13min sd 
color (Autonomic nervous system ser) free- 
loan 

c-ad 
Produced by Duke University School of 
Medicine , , . , 

Illustrates the autonomic innervation of 
the salivary and lacrimal glands. Shows the 
function of a salivary gland to be the secre- 
tion of the sphenopalatine, the submaxillary, 
and otic ganglia: and points out that the sub- 
maxillary contains two types of secretory acini 
LC card Fi A 56-1161 

GLASS EYES THAT SEE. Moody 1956 13min 
sd color (Sermons from science ser) rent $6 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

A demonstration with light which we see 
and "hear." Utilizing modern electronic devices 
the scientist shows light as a tremendously 
powerful force and presents Christ, the light 
of the world 

LC card Fi A 58-1018 

GLASS OF FASHION. BetterVis 1958 5min sd 
color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Proser-Barnes 

Gives background of eyeglasses since they 
were first introduced in Italy in 1285. Parallels 
the changes in spectacle styles with those in 
living standards 

GLORY OF PRATISTHAN. Filmlm 1958 15min 
sd color $175, rent $12.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Hunnar Publicity, Bombay, 
India 

Pictures folk art of peasant artists of 
Pratisthan which fiourished between the 11th 



and 17th centuries A.D., showinjr the innate 
ability of the artists to interpret ideas with 
complete abandon, drawing on nature, the ani- 
mal world, and simple tales of Hindu mythol- 
ogy 

LC card Fi A 58-932 

GOD'S CHRISTMAS GIFT. Family 1958 15min 
sd (Our children ser) b&w rent $7.50. color 
rent $12 

p-el Guide 
Tells about a little girl who helps her 
parents repair toys and bake cookies for others 
at Christmas and by showing her love to others 
is able to answer the puzzle her Sunday school 
teacher asked the class about God's gift of love 
LC card Fi A 59-132 
EFLA evaluation card No, 3634 

GOD'S WONDERS IN BABY ZOO ANIMALS. 

Church-Cr 1958 lOmin sd color $100. rent $5 

p-el 

Boys and girls feed and play with baby 
animals on a visit to the children's zoo at 
Brookfleld. 111., and see in the animals the 
wonders of God's creation and the love which 
He has for His creatures 

LC card Fi A 58-3345 



GOD'S WONDERS IN MOTHER'S GARDEN. 

Church-Cr 1958 lOmin sd color $100, rent $5 

P-el 

A boy and girl see some of God's wonders 
in plants and vegetables as they help in their 
mother's garden, and as the beauties of vege- 
table and plant life are unfolded, the children 
are reminded of God's love 

LC card Fi A 58-3346 



GOING TO HOSPITAL WITH MOTHER. NYU 

1959 45min sd b&w $150. rent $10 

c-ad Guide 

Sponsored by Tavistock Institute of Hu- 
man Relations, Child Development Research 
Unit, London 

Explains that if a young child is hospital- 
ized, ideally, his mother should be admitted 
with him to prevent distress of separation. 
Shows how the staff of a British hospital has 
improvised a method of routinely admitting the 
mothers of patients under school age 



GOLD AND GOLD MINING. Bailey 1958 14min 
s-d b&w $75, rent $5; color $150, rent $7.50 

el-Jh-sh-c Guide 
A study of gold mining today, particu- 
larly in northern California. Contrasts the 
simple operations of prospectors who panned 
the streams with those of mining companies. 
Describes hydraulic mining in which water 
pressure forces masses of oil and rocks through 
a sluice box; shows a dredge at work; both 
on water and on land; shows hard rock mining 
being done in tunnels and open pits 
LC card Fi A 59-212 
EFLA evaluation card N^. 3850 



GOLD RUSH DAYS, Coronet 1958 13%min sd 
b&w $75, color $137.50 

ei-Jh Guide 

A young man. lured by the discovery of 
gold in California, travels overland from the 
East to take part in the adventures. Por- 
trays the hardships in transportation in 1849, 
life in a gold mining settlement, the effect of 
the gold rush on population growth and 
prosperity in the West, and events leading to 
the statehood of California 

LC card Fi A 58-515 



GOLDEN AGE. McGraw 1958 SOmin sd b&w 
$125 

c-ad 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Examines the question as to whether re- 
tirement at 65 means the end of the road for 
older people. Presents the viewpoints of three 
men, explaining that for one it means empti- 
ness and futility, for another the beginning 
of a new career, and for the third the dis- 
covery that the anticipated happiness of un- 
limited leisure does not last 

LC card Fi A 58-987 



29 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



GOLDEN GIFT. AmBaptist 19&7 30min 8d 
color rent $10 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Kinescope _ ^. ^ 

Shows the influence of the Burma Baptist 
Convention and a remote Baptist mission sta- 
tion on the life of a Burmese college student 
who had been bewildered in his youth by com- 
munist teaching's, by the Buddhist religion of 
his friends, and by the religion which he found 
at the Baptist Student Center 
LC card Fi A 59-127 

GOLDEN MOMENT. GenMot 1958 25min sd 
color free- loan 

el-jh 
Story of the 1958 Soap Box Derby with a 
western theme 

GOOD MILKING PAYS. WisU 1957 12i^min sd 
b&w rent 60c 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. 
of Agriculture (USDA) 

Shows steps to follow to get the most 
milk from a cow with efficient handling. In- 
cludes sections on machine stripping and care 
of milking machines 

^'^In LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS (13 
films) 

GRAMMAR: VERBS AND WAYS WE USE 
THEM. Coronet 1957 llmin sd b&w $60, 
color $110 

Jh-sh-c Guide 
Uses animation to explain the essentials 
of verto forms and functions of verbs in sen- 
tences, including action and state of being, 
transitive and intransitive, active voice and 
passive voice, indicative, subjunctive, and im- 
perative moods, tense, and the principal parts 
of the verbs 

LC card Fi A 57-830 

EFL.A evaluation card No. 3513 

GRANDMOTHER MAKES BREAD. Bailey 1957 
llmin sd b&w $50, rent $3; color $100, 
rent $5 ^ .^ 

p Guide 
Produced by Lawbetts Productlbns 
Billy and Robin watch their grandmother 
make bread. Shows how the ingredients are 
measured and mixed, the kneading of dough 
and the action of yeast 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3738 

GRANDVILLE'S METAMORPHOSES. NET 
1956 15min sd b&w (Images of art ser) 
rent $4 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Radiodifussion Television 
Francaise 

Presents a world of fantasy created by 
the caricaturist Grandville, who ridicules the 
follies of his contemporaries by changing them 
into beasts in human dress 

GRAPEVINE 

In OFFICE SUPERVISORS' 
(6 films) 

GREAT ACHIEVEMENT. NZealEmb 1958 
35min sd b&w free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Discusses New Zealanders* work in the 
Commonwealth trans-Antarctic Expedition and 
their role in the International Geophysical Year. 
Shows Sir Edmund Hillary's meeting with Sir 
Vivian Fuchs; seals, penguins and killer whales 
and dredging of the sea- floor; and the work 
of dog- teams, tractor trains and aircraft 

GREAT MR HANDEL. UW 1958 llOmin sd 
color lease $950, rent apply 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by G.H.W. Productions 
Tells how the composer was inspired to 

write "The Messiah." Music by the London 

Philharmonic Orchestra and chorus 

GREAT MOMENTS IN GOLF. NatEdFlms 1956 
28min sd b&w $125, rent $20 

ad 

Sponsored by United States Golf Assn. 
Big moments in careers of great cham- 

Slons — Bob>by Jones, Gene Sarazen, Francis 
uimet, Glenna Collett Vare, Ben Hogan and 
otbers 



PROBLEMS 



GREAT OUTDOORS 

In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 fllmsy 



GREATER GUILT. BaptistBk 1957 29min sd 
b&w (This is the answer ser) $180. rent $9 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Family Films 

A small town lawyer's failure to be re- 
elected county judge exposes a lifetime of 
hypocrisy and bitterness harbored In his heart. 
An unusual experience awakens in the judge 
the realization that one should not attempt to 
judge others — particularly when his own life 
falls so far short 



GREATEST MILKING HAND. ModernTP 1958 
21min sd b&w or color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Gilbert Altschul Productions 
for De Laval Separator Co. 

Describes the important role of the Amer- 
ican dairy farmer. Shows through live and 
animated sequences how a cow gives milk; ex- 
plains the essential components of milking 
machines; and shows a variety of American 
dairy farms, describing the many types and 
sizes, the variety of cows, and different meth- 
ods of milking 

LC card Fi A 59-245 



EL GRECO: THE SECRET OF TOLEDO. NET 

1956 15min sd b&w (Images of art ser) rent 
$4 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Radiodifussion Television 
Francaise 

Presents a commentary on the work of El 
Greco utilizing the writings of Maurice Barr^s. 
Explains the influence of life In Toledo on the 
style of the artist 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3811 



GREECE: THE LAND AND THE PEOPLE. 

Coronet 1959 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 

el-Jh Guide 

Relates the Important geographical 
features of Greece to social and economic con- 
ditions. Reviews some of the historic problems 
resulting from poor land. Depicts the country 
today, the people, and the progress being made 
in conservation, agriculture, transportation and 
industry 



GREEN BAY PACKERS PIGSKIN PARADE. 

MillerBrew 1958 28min sd b&w free-loan 

ad 

Produced by Tel-Ra Productions 
..^ Follows the Packers through six games 
with National Football League opponents 



GREEN GIANTS— THE STORY OF PLANTS. 

NET 1956 30min sd b&w (Discovery II ser) 
rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 
Produced by WGBH 

Tells the story of the past age of plant 
life. Compares dwarf plants of today with the 
green giants of the Coal Age. Explains how 
simple plants reproduce by spores. Shows how 
to make a terrarium 



GREEN HORIZONS. NatLablsrael 1958 25min 
sd color $165. free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Presents the youth of Israel In various 
activities: pioneering, studying, cultural, voca- 
tional training, against the pioneering back- 
ground and ideals of Histadrut. the Israel 
Federation of Labor 

LC card Fi A 59-289 



GREEN. LAKE ADVENTURE. AmBaptist 1957 
30min sd color rent $10 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Illustrates the importance of the Amer- 
ican Baptist Assembly, showing through the 
eyes of a young woman who comes to the 
Ass?embly at Green Lake. Wis., for the first 
time what Green Lake has come to mean to 
thousands of Baptists across the country 

LC card Fi A 59-126 ^wunny 



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GREENER HILLS FOR SOUTHERN INDIANA. 

PurdueU 1956 13min sd color $137.50, rent $2 

sh-c-ad 
Pictures activities on a southern Indiana 
forage farm and how researchers there are 
seeking ways to effectively use land previously 
made valueless through neglect and improper 
agricultural practices 

GRINDING WHEELS AND THEIR APPLICA- 
TION. Simonds 1958 24min sd color free- 
loan 

ad 
Produced by DeFrenes Studios 
Describes the factors that make up a 
grinding wheel; explains their identifying sym- 
bols, and shows how they are used throughout 
industry 

GROUP CONCEPTS OF HUMAN BIRTH 

In PEOPLE ARE TAUGHT TO BE DIF- 
FERENT (12 films) 

GROUP CONCEPTS OF HUMAN DEATH 

In PEOPLE ARE TAUGHT TO BE DIF- 
FERENT (12 films) 

GROUP METHOD IN SCIENCE. Petite 1956 

lOmin sd b&w $60. rent $5 

c-ad Guide 
Shows a new approach to science teach- 
ing in operation in a public school class, and 
explains how this method improves instruction 
while saving hundreds of dollars in each class- 



GROUP PATTERNS OF COURTSHIP BE- 
HAVIOR 
In PEOPLE ARE TAUGHT TO BE DIF- 

FERENT (12 films) 

GROUP TRAINING IN BASIC SKILLS 

In PEOPLE ARE TAUGHT TO BE DIF- 
FERENT (12 films) 

GROUP WAYS OF CHANNELIZING AGGRES- 
SION 
In PEOPLE ARE TAUGHT TO BE DIF- 
FERENT (12 films) 

GROWING PLACES. ModernTP 195? 26min sd 

color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Empire Photosound for 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 

The biography of an enterprise, the 3M 
company, originator of Scotchbrand tape 
and other products. Explains 3M's key concept 
of "individual initiative within teamwork" 

GROWING UP (PREADOLESCENCE). Coronet 

1958 llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 

el-Jh Guide 

Illustrates variations in the normal 
growth process, using animation and silhouette 
photography to show that growing up is an un- 
even process which differs in boys and girls, 
varying with individuals and age. Explains the 
role of the endocrine glands in controlling 
growth along with health measures which aid 
the normal growing process 
LC card Fi A 58-854 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3739 

GROWING UP DAY BY DAY. EBF 1958 lOmin 
sd b&w $60. rent $2.50; color $120. rent $4 

p-el Guide 

A group of third -grade children at a 
birthday party start discussing the problem of 
growing up. Aspects of growing up are stressed; 
the importance of rest, exercise, the right food, 
and the importance of learning to act your age 

LC card Fi A 59-213 

GROWING WITH CITI ES SERVICE. CitiesServ 

1959 29min sd color purchase apply, free- 
loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by United States Productions 
Tells a story of oil from exploration to 

marketing which illustrates the operation of an 

American company 

GROWTH OF FLOWERS. Coronet 1959 llmin 
sd b&w $60. color $110 

p-el-Jh-sh Guide 

Time-lapse photography shows the 
miracle of growth — action imperceptible to the 
human eye. Depicts the accelerated growth of 



the jonquil, jack-in-the-pulpit. phlox, lily, rose, 
zinnia, gladiola and water lily sprouting, strug- 

fling for sunlight and life, and finally the 
ursting into bloom of the flowers 

GROWTH OF THE CITY 

In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

GUATEMALA. NET 1956 29min sd b&w (Amer- 
ica looks abroad ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WTTW 

Discusses Guatemalan politics, relations 
with the United States and the use of United 
States foreign aid. Describes the country itself 
and its customs and habits. Shows native 
clothing and handicrafts 

GUIDED TOUR OF LAS VEGAS. GuidedTour 
1958 131/^min sd b&w or color free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Hertz Rent-A-Car 
Nevada's playground, featuring skiing, 
fishing, riding and scenic wonders 

GUIDED TOUR OF LOS ANGELES. Guided 
Tour 1958 IS^^min sd b&w or color free- 
loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Hertz Rent-A-Car 
Outstanding tourist attractions in the Los 

Angeles area, plus a spectator's eye view of 

the Rose Parade 

GUIDED TOUR OF NEW ENGLAND. Guided 
Tour 1958 13l^min sd b&w or color free- 
loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Hertz Rent-A-Car 
Tour of Massachusetts, New Hampshire 
and Vermont, with emphasis upon historic 
points and scenic wonders 

GUIDED TOUR OF SAN FRANCISCO. Guided 
Tour 1958 IS^min sd b&w or color free- 
loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Hertz Rent-A-Car 
Cable cars, parks, zoos and the water- 
front of San Francisco 

GUIDED TOUR OF SEATTLE. GuidedTour 
1958 13%min sd b&w or color free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Hertz Rent-A-Car 
Visits the "Queen City of the Pacific 
Northwest," Seattle, with a side trip to Canada 



GUIDED TOUR OF TAMPA, FLORIDA. Guided 
Tour 1958 13%min sd b&w or color free- 
loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Hertz Rent-A-Car 
A visit to Tampa and Sarasota, Fla., 
highlighting outstanding tourist attractions, in- 
dustry and the Gasparilla Pirate Festival 

GULF STREAM. NET 1956 15min sd b&w 
(Frontiers of the sea ser) rent $3 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by University of Miami 
Discusses the Gulf Stream and its effects 
upon land areas bordering the Atlantic. Uses 
maps to show the influence the various Atlan- 
tic currents have on navigation, commerce, and 
the development of the lands touching them 



HAIL TO THE BRAVES. MillerBrew 1957 28min 
sd color free -loan 

ad 
Produced by Tel-Ra Productions 
Follows the Milwaukee Braves from their 
training sessions in Florida through the entire 
1957 baseball season 

HALF INCH OF SELFISHNESS. Family 1958 
15min sd (Our children ser) b&w rent $5, 
color rent $8 

p-el Guide 
The story about two brothers who quar- 
rel and argue illustrates the basic causes of 
quarreling and arguing and shows some Chris- 
tian principles that will help children to over- 
come selfishness and get along together 
LC card Fi A 59-133 



31 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



HAMBURG DIE HANSENSTADT. IntFlmBur 
1958 lOmin sd color $120. rent $7.50 

sh-c-ad 

German narration and titles , 

Designed for German classes. Depicts 
Hamburg, its harbor, business, and shopping 
areas. Shows a typical middle-income home, 
and a trip to the inner and outer lakes, the 
botanical gardens and the zoo 
LC card Fi A 59-81 

HAMLET. BaylorU 1957 20min sd color $150, 
rent $12.50 

sh-c-ad 
A filmed impression of an unorthodox 
staging of Shakespeare's "Hamlet," showing 
the major scenes as they unfold on -stage. Ex- 
plains the approach used in arriving at the 
concept of staging; explores the psychological 
approach used in the production: shows the 
five-stage area where the action of the Play 
was presented; and discusses the effect of 
modern art on makeup and costumes 
LC card Fi A 59-316 ^ _ „^^„ 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3442 

HANDEL AND HIS MUSIC. Coronet 1957 
13%min sd (Famous composer ser) b&w 
$75. color $137.50 

el.Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Presents Handel as a key figure in the 
development of baroque music. Illustrates 
with musical selections his contributions to 
eighteenth-century music, including the ora- 
torio form perfected in the "Messiah." Filmed 
in Germany. Italy, and London 

LC card Fi A 57-828 ^ ^^ ^^^^ 
EFLA evaluation card. No. 3468 

HANDLE WITH CARE. MichStU 1957 26V2min 
sd (County agent ser) b&w $100. rent ap- 
ply; color $200. rent apply 

ad 
Produced by Capital Film Service ^^ ^ 
Shows fantastic yet simple new methods 

of bringing cherries and apples to market in 

the best possible condition 

HANNAH MEANS GRACE. Hadassah 1958 
28min sd color purchase apply, rent apply 

sh-c-ad 

The doctors, nurses, psychiatrists, social 
workers of the Hadassah' s Medical Organiza- 
tion in Israel combine their concern and skills 
to cure not only ohysically but psychologically 
a little girl who is crippled in body and .mind, 
and who finds cure and release in dancing 

LC card Fi A 59-326 

HARLEM WEDNESDAY. Harrison.Ed 1957 
lOmin sd color $120. rent $12.50 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Storyboard 

Depicts a day in the life of a community, 
Harlem. Starting with an image of a sleeping 
child early in the morning, it portrays the ac- 
tivities of people through the day and into the 
night. Original paintings by Gregario Pres- 
topino, and musical score by Benny Carter 

'DFLA evaluation card No. 3590 

HARVESTS FROM THE SEA. Guild 1956 
26l^min sd b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) 
rent apply , ... ^ ^ 

p-e!-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Life and activities board a modern crab 
trawler, and the netting of the king crab 

HARVEY DILEMMA. Modern TP 1958 18min 
sd b&w free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Fred A. Miles Productions 
for United States Savings & Loan League 

Animated cartoon about the functions 
and services of a savings and loan associa- 
tion and the role of such associations in a 
community , _ . „„ „^. 

LC card Fi A 59-304 

HAY-IN-A-DAY. NewHollMach 1958 28min sd 
color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 
Describes a new development in haying, 
explaining how to make top quality hay in as 
little as^a day „o n^o 

LC card Fi A 58-218 



HEALTH HEROES: THE BATTLE AGAINST 
DISEASE. Coronet 1959 llmin sd b&w $60, 
color $110 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Presents the contributions of five men 
in the battle against disease. Shows how Van 
Leeuwenhoek began the study of germs by 
improving the microscope; how Jenner de- 
vloped the concept of vaccination; how Pas- 
teur's and Koch's study of germs threw new 
light on the causes of disease; and how Lister 
helped demonstrate the relationship between 
sanitation and health 

LC card Fi A 59-440 

HEATLHY FAMILIES. FilmAssoc 1958 llmin 
sd b&w $55. color $110 

p-el Guide 
Produced by Edward Schuman 
Basic health practices — keeping clean, 
eating the right foods, resting, playing out- 
doors — are demonstrated by the zoo doctor, as 
he tells how he helps keep his animal families 
healthy. Stresses the doctor's role as a friend, 
and the importance of good health practices 
LC card Fi A 58-3312 

HEALTHY FEET. Coronet 1958 llmin sd b&w 
$60. color $110 

el-Jh Guide 

Slow motion, animation, and X-ray are 
used in explaining the structure of the foot 
and the function of each part in body motion. 
Emphasizes the importance of healthy feet and 
proper care in preventing skin diseases and 
other foot ailments 

LC card Fi A 58-737 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3778 

HEALTHY SKIN. Coronet 1958 llmin sd b&w 
$60, color $110 

el-Jh Guide 
Explains the importance of clean and 
healthy skin in relation to the structure and 
function of the skin. Uses animation to show 
pores, sweat glands, oil glands, blood vessels, 
nerve endings, and other parts 
LC card Fi A 58-736 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3779 

HEART CRIPPLER: RHEUMATIC FEVER. 

Wyeth 1957 28min sd b&w or color free- 
loan 

ad 
Kinescope 

Details the experiences of several chil- 
dren having rheumatic fever. Describes the 
symptoms and course of the disease, the diag- 
nostic and therapeutic treatment procedures 
used in these cases, and the medical and social 
problems attendant to the illness and con- 
valescence 

LC card Fi A 58-1071 

HEART IS A REBEL. Worldwide 1958 83min 
sd color 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Available on offering basis 

Stars Ethel Waters, Georgia Lee and John 
Milford. Tells the story of conflict in the life 
of a young couple when the husband, an ad- 
vertising executive, can't find a place in his 
scheme-of-things for his wife's sudden accept- 
ance of the Christian faith. A practical nurse 
exerts her influence on the young couple through 
her faith in God 

HEART OF THE PHILIPPINES. ConservBap- 
tist 1958 37min sd color $300, rent $10 
Jh-sh-ad 
Rogilio sees the atrocities of the Com- 
munist-inspired Huk terrorists in the Philip- 
pines. He searches to know the truth and ac- 
cepts Christ. Shows how he overcomes ob- 
stacles in his preparation to preach and how 
his faith is tested as tragedy strikes his home 

HEART THAT^SINGS.^ Baptists 1956 22min 
sd b&w $120, rent $6 

sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by Broadman Films 

An account of the importance of music 
in the church. Shows how a typical family of 
four were brought into closer fellowship with 
CJod and each other through the program of the 
church choirs. Portrays others who have found 
spiritual happiness and rich blessings by par- 
ticipating in the choir program 



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HEAT— BLACKSMITH OF THE EARTH. 

NET 1956 30min sd b&w (Discovery II ser) 
rent $4.75 , ,^ . 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by WGBH „ i,:„i. 

Discusses volcanism and the rocks which 
result from heat. , Explains the formation of 
igneous rocks and how to identify them. Dem- 
onstrates volcanism with a miniature volcano 

"^In OUR^AT-foN'S ROOTS (26 films) 

HELP FOR YOUNG HEARTS. AmHeart 1958 
liVzmin sd b&w $30, free-loan 

ad 

Shows how vocational counseling helps a 
teen-age girl with rheumatic heart disease to 
preparl for a job suited^ to her abilities; ex- 
plains the importance of medical prophylaxis 
in preventing recurrent attacks of rheumatic 

^^^^"^ LC card Fi A 59-148 ^ ^^ „ .^ 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3740 

HELPERS IN OUR COMMUNITY. Coronet 1958 
llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 
p Guide 

A young girl, her classmates, and their 
teacher talk about the different kinds of help- 
ers in their community. Shows the street re- 
pairman, the doctor, the st9rekeeper,. the bus 
driver, and others, describing, the important 
work that they do and explaining how they 
work together to make the community a good 
place in which to live ^^^^ 

LC card Fi A 58-3362 

HENRY STEELE COIVIMAGER— l-V 
In. HERITAGE V (5 films) 

HERBERT HOOVER. EBF 1958 55min sd b&w 
(Wisdom ser) $300, rent $15 
Jii-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC tt .4. ^ a^. ♦«„ 

The former president of the United States 

discusses his career and views on public affairs. 

He also discusses the problems of government 

in connection with the work of the Hoover 

Commission _ , ^„ ^h«« 
LC card Fi A 58-1130 

UPRP AND NOW 

In OUR ISIATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

HERE AND THERE WITH FFA. Venard 1958 
20min sd color free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by New Idea Farm Equipment 
Co 

A parade of outstanding accomplishments 
of Future Farmers of America boys in many- 
states . . . with an introduction by Dr W.T. 
Spanton, National Advisor for FFA . . .and 
highlights of National FFA Convention at Kan- 
sas City 

HERITAGE I (9 films). NET 1956 ea 30min sd 
b&w rent ea $4.75 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by WQED 
Titles are: 

ROBERT FROST — I. Robert Frost discusses 
with a group of high school students and 
adults how and why he writes poetry. 
Illustrates his points with readings of his 
own poems including "The pasture ' .and 
"Stopping by woods on a snowy evening' 

ROBERT FROST — II. Robert Frost explains the 
fundamental meanings of poetry. Reads 
with explanatory comments "The run- 
away," "A peck of gold," "West-run- 
ning brook," "Birches," and other poems 

ROBERT FROST — ^m. Robert Frost discusses 
what the reader gets from poetry, what 
ithe poets favorite subjects are, what the 
components of poetry are, and what the 
confusions of modern civilization have 
done to teen-agers 

ROBERT FROST — IV. Robert Frost presents 
What brings him happiness in life, what 
he does for entertainment and what it 
means to write a poem. Reads and in- 
terprets from "The gift outright." "The 
road not taken." and "Mending wall" 



ROBERT FROST— V. Robert Frost explains 
why poetry should have meaning and 
what the meaning should be. Illustrates 
by reading from his poems. "Stopping 
by woods on a snowy evening," "Never 
again would birds' eong be the same," 
"October morn," and others 

ROBERT FROST— VI. Robert Frost discusses 
ithemes in poetry and his basic philosophy 
of writing. Emphasizes the idea that we 
learn to think metaphorically because of 
poetry 

ROBERT FROST- VII. Robert Frost speaks 
informally with a group of friends about 
poetry, authors, and publishing. He dis- 
cusses his philosophy of poetry and his 
ideas on religion, loyalty, world affairs, 
love, and science 

ROBERT FROST- VIII. Robert Frost speaks 
informally with a group of friends about 
teaching poetry, the purposes of educa- 
tion, his philosophy of life, and his rea- 
sons for becoming a poet. He contem- 
plates the world, criticizes it, but always 
with understanding 

ROBERT FROST— IX. Robert Frost and Dr 
Jonas Salk compare and discuss science 
and poetry. They consider the purposes 
and meaning of life and the satisfaction 
in both fields of fulfillment 

HERITAGE II (6 films). NET 1956 ea 30min sd 
ib&w rent ea $4.75 

c-ad 

Produced by WQED 
Titles are: 

1. SCIENTIST AND HIS WORK. Dr Ha/rold 

Urey discusses his research leading to 
'the discovery of heavy hydrogen. De- 
scribes the line of reasoning and ex- 
perimentation carried on prior to his 
discovery of heavy hydrogen and the use 
of the spectroscope in confirming the 
discovery 

2. CURRENT WORK OF THE RESEARCH 

SCIENTIST. Dr Harold Urey discusses 
his theory of the formation of the solar 
system. He describes his years of work- 
ing on the problem of the age of the 
earth and moon. Uses photographs of 
the moon to point out features of the 
moon and his belief concerning the age 
of the moon 

3. PROGRESS OF SCIENCE. Dr Harold Urey 

describes the advancement of civilization 
as a result of scientific discoveries. He 
points out the impact of science on hu- 
manity, the importance of ethics in sci- 
ence, and the significance of seemingly 
"impractical" scientific investigation 

4. EVALUATION OF SCIENCE. Dr Harold 

Urey traces ithe development of science 
and its interrelationship with society 
since the time of Copernicus. Relates 
scientific thinking to philosophical, poli- 
tical, and religious areas. He discusses 
the revolutionary change in the ideas of 
today due to radical discoveries by sci- 
entists 

5. RESPONSIBILITIES OP THE SCIENTIST. 

Dr Harold Urey discusses the responsi- 
bilities of the scientist to science, to the 
world, and to himself in relation to his 
discoveries. He is joined by guests and 
ithey speak of the moral responsibility 
of the scientist with regard to potential- 
ly dangerous work 

6. SCIENTIFIC TRAINING. Continuing from 

the preceding program, "The 'responsi- 
bilities of the scientist," Dr Urey dis- 
cusses the ingredients that go into the 
making of a good scientist. He describes 
the training the prospective scientist 
should undergo 

HERITAGE III (4 films). NET 1956 ea 30min 
sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by WQED 

Titles are: 
CLINTON GOLDEN— I. Mr Golden reviews the 
historical development of worker organi- 
zations, the role of labor unions in soci- 
ety, and the general structure of union 
organizations. The concern of labor for 
sound social institutions and labor's new 
constructive efforts are examined and 
evaluated 



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EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



HERITAGE \\l— Continued 

C!iIiINTON GOLDEN— II. Mr Golden states his 
views on the paramount problem con- 
fronting labor and industry, i.e.. how to 
live and work together to mutual benefit. 
He examines the part of organized labor 
In furthering good international relations 
through international organizations 

CLINTON GOLDEN— in. Mr Golden examines 
some of the philosophy and practices of 
organized labor and evaluates their , ef- 
fectiveness in furthering the objectives 
of labor. He makes suggestions for build- 
ing a stronger growth policy and for 
devising a more workable system for 
labor negotiations 

CLINTON GOLDEN— IV. Mr Golden discusses 
ithe responsibilities of unions in our de- 
mocracy, the development of labor lead- 
ers, educating the public to labor philo- 
sophy and practice, and the opportunities 
of improving labor relations. Certain la- 
bor practices are critically examined by 
Mr Golden and his guests 



HERITAGE iV (4 films). NET 1956 ea 29min 
sd b&w rent ea $4.75 
c-ad 
Produced by WQED 
Titles are: 

DAME EDITH SITWELL— L Dame Edith Sit- 
well discusses with her guests some of 
the outstanding qualities of poetry 
throughout the ages. She gives some of 
her own impressions of great poetry 

DAME EDITH SITWELL— H. Dame Sitwell 
reads selections from her own poetry 

DAME EDITH SITWELL— III. Dame Sitwell 
discusses life, poetry, the world, and 
people with two guests from the English 
Department of Carnegie Institute of 
Technology 

DAME EDITH SITWELL— IV. Dame Sitwell 
reads selections from her own poetry 



HERITAGE V (5 films). NET 1956 sd b&w 
rent ea $4.75 

c-ad 
Produced by WQED 
Titles are: 

HENRY STEELE COMMAGER— I. 30min. Dr 
Commager discusses the political thinking 
of today. Explains the desirability of the 
inductive or pragmatic approach to prob- 
lems of politics and society. Discusses 
the concepts of majority and minority 
rule, loyalty, and security in terms of 
theoretical dangers, fundamental truths, 
and moral absolutes 

HENRY STEELE COMMAGER— II. 29min. Dr 
Commager and his guests discuss aspects 
and problems of American higher educa- 
tion. Presents one viewpoint concerning 
the need for change in public thinking to- 
ward higher education, how students 
acquire attitudes, college and university 
methods, intellectual versus social train- 
ing, educational leadership, and the prob- 
lem of standards 

HENRY STEELE COMMAGER— III. 29min. 
Dr Commager and his guests discuss free- 
dom and security in today's society. De- 
fines freedom as a natural right, a prac- 
tical necessity, and a way of living. Con- 
siders the problem of freedom, security, 
and loyalty on a national as well as a 
local level 

HENRY STEELE COMMAGER— IV. 30min. 
Dr Commager discusses the subject of 
nationalism. Examines the growth of 
nationalism in the United States. Tells 
how American nationalism differs from 
that found in other parts of the world. 
Points out and explains the current rise 
of nationalism and the problems involved 

HENRY STEELE COMMAGER— V. SOmin. Dr 
Commager discusses the place of America 
in history. Explains early European 
curiosity concerning the value of the dis- 
covery of America. Points out how 
America's contribution to technology, 
social democracy, federal politics, educa- 
tion, separation of church and state, and 
nationalism have influenced institutions 
elsewhere 



HERITAGE VI (4 films). NET 1956 ea SOmin 
sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

c-ad 
Produced by WQED 
Titles are: 
ERNST VON DOHNANYI— L Mr Dohnanyi 
discusses with his guests his early days 
as a composer. He plays two of his own 
selections: "Intermezzo, opus no. 2" and 
"F minor rhapsody" 

ERNST VON DOHNANYI— II. Mr Dohnanyi 
discusses his days as a composer in 
Vienna and Berlin. He plays parts 
of "Winterigen," "Humoresque," and 
"Suite, opus no. 24" 

ERNST VON DOHNANYI— III. Mr Dohnanyi 
discusses the compositions he wrote in 
Budapest. He plays "Variations on Hun- 
garian folk songs," "Ruralia Hungarica," 
and "Pastorale" 

ERNST VON DOHNONYI— IV. Mr Dohnanyi 
tells about his life in America. He and 
Mr Edward Kalenyi play "Suite in valse, 
opus 41," a composition for two pianos 



HERITAGE VII (5 films). NET 1956 ea SOmin 
sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

c-ad 

Produced by WQED 
Titles are: 

1. MEANING OP ARCHAEOLOGY. Dr Wil- 

liam Foxwell Albright. Professor of 
Semitic languages, discusses the essential 
features of archaeology. Presents the 
means of translating these features to 
determine the patterns of human history. 
Describes mounds, layers, pottery, and 
scripts 

2. DEVELOPMENT OF THE OLD TESTA- 

MENT. Discusses the historical back- 
ground and different types of literature 
found in the Old Testament. Traces the 
trends of monotheism through Egypt up 
to the time of Moses 

S. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE OLD TESTA- 
MENT. Discusses the meaning of re- 
ligious law and its importance in the 
Near East. Presents an analysis of the 
prophets, their beliefs, and impact on the 
society of their day 

4. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE DEAD SEA 

SCROLLS. Discusses the importance of 
the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls. 
Tells what scholars are learning from the 
Scrolls that applies to already accepted 
ideas that appear in the New Testament 

5. IMPORTANCE OF LOGICAL THINKING 

IN THE NUCLEAR AGE. Discusses the 
emergence of Christianity out of a Jewish 
history. Points out the influence of the 
Hellenic or Western World to Christianity 



HERITAGE VIM (4 films). NET 1956 ea SOmin 
sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

c-ad 
Produced by WQED 
Titles are: 
T.V. SMITH— I. Presents a discussion by Dr 
T.V. Smith, Maxwell Professor Emeritus 
of Poetry, Politics, and Philosophy, on 
the subject of truth, goodness, and beau- 
ty. Serves as an introduction to the 
three following programs 

T.V. SMITH — II. Discusses science as the dis- 
cipline of truth. Places special emphasis 
upon the historical concepts of science. 
Analyzes the implications of science and 
science education 

T.V. SMITH— ni. Discusses art as the disci- 
pline of beauty. Emphasizes the elements 
of art and artists, the inward search of 
an artist, the disciplines an artist must 
be able to inflict upon himself and his 
art, and imagination 

T.V. SMITH— IV. Discusses politics as the 
discipline of goodness. Emphasizes the 
principles, interests, and disciplines of 
politicians and politics. Dr T.V. Smith 
relates his experiences to the subject of 
"goodness" 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



HERITAGE rX (4 films). NET 1956 ea 30min 
sd .b&w rent ea $4.76 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by WQED 
Titles are: 

ELEANOR ROOSEVELT— I. Mrs Anna Elea- 
nor Roosevelt discusses her early life, 
education, and how she was influenced 
hy her g^randmother and her uncle, Theo- 
dore Roosevelt. She describes those ex- 
periences which helped her attain her 
present recognition 

ELEANOR ROOSEVELT— II. Mrs Roosevelt 
discusses her life with Franklin Delano 
Roosevelt. She tells Of their first meeting, 
F.D.R.'s personality as a young man, 
itheir wedding, his political beginnings, 
illness and recovery, friends, enemies, 
and confidence in the people who worked 
with him 

ELEANOR ROOSEVELT— III. Mrs Roosevelt 
discusses her life after the death of her 
husband. She tells of her transition to 
oflScial duties at the United Nations, 
answers questions about Senator Mc- 
Carthy, the racial situation, and her re- 
lations with the Russians 

ELEANOR ROOSEVELT— IV. Mrs Roosevelt 
presents her views on communism, war, 
leadership in the world today, and what 
the future offers. She talks of her hus- 
band, Pearl Harbor, and the end of the 
European phase of World War II 



HERITAGE X (4 films). NET 1956 ea 30min 
sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by WQED 
Titles are: 
BEARDSLEY RUML — ^I. Presents a discussion 
by Beardsley Ruml and his guests on the 
subject of taxation. Explains how the 
pay-as-you-go United States withholding 
tax came into being, its objectives, ana 
why it was opposed 

BEARDSLEY RUML— II. A discussion on the 
isubject of education: the liberal element 
in universities, science in a liberal edu- 
cation, teachers and teacher training, 
monetary support of universities, the 
student and his work load, and problems 
of college admission 

BEARDSLEY RUML— III. Covers the national 
picture of education, quality of educa- 
tion, problems of education and employ- 
ment, and federal support and control 
of educational institutions 

BEARDSLEY RUML — IV. A discussion of 
business and individuality, the role of 
the stockholder, the board of directors, 
trusteeship, democracy in business, sal- 
aries and responsibilities, and freedom 
of the creative business man 



HERITAGE XI (4 films). NET 1956 ea 30min 
sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

c-ad 

Produced by WQED 
Titles are: 
BRUCE CATTON — ^I. Mr Catton and his guests 
discuss the American heritage. Stresses 
the preservation of tradition, the possi- 
bilities of historj^ the importance of 
local history and Mr Catton's background 
as a historian 

BRUCE CATTON — 11. Mr Catton discusses 
his life as a reporter, author and his- 
torian. Describes his childhood, educa- 
tion, and background as a newspaper- 
man. Talks of the Civil War, segrega- 
ition, and the values of an historical 
education 

BRUCE CATTON— III. Mr Catton and his 
guests discuss the American heritage 
and the Civil War, Points out the ideas 
to which America is committed and 
American tradition and realism. Stresses 
idealism during the Civil War 

BRUCE CATTON— IV. Mr Catton and his 
guests discuss the philosophy of Ameri- 
ca's heritage. Stresses individualism and 
respect for the individual, freedom, and 
adaptability as factors in American heri- 



HERITAGE XII (4 films). NET 1956 ea 30mln 
sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

c-ad 

Produced by WQED 
Titles are: 

NADIA BOULANGER— I. Mademoiselle Boul- 
anger and her guests discuss musical 
training. Points out when musical and 
instrumental training should begin and 
differences in American and French mu- 
sical education. Reviews Mademoiselle 
Boulanger's early years 

NADIA BOULANGER— II. A discussion on en- 
thusiasm and discipline in the education 
of a musician. Tells how individuality is 
determined. Explains the curriculum at 
Fontainebleau's American Conservatory 

NADIA BOULANGER— III. Mademoiselle Boul- 
anger and her guests discuss music in the 
20th century. Points out the importance 
of originality, tradition, freedom and curi- 
osity. Stresses integration in music and 
the twelve tone technique 

NADIA BOULANGER— IV. A discussion on 
music and the musician. Stresses the re- 
sponsibility of the composer, the musi- 
cian and the listener, musical recordings, 
and pleasure derived from composing 
music 

HERITAGE FROM TULA. PellaSales 1958 
14%min sd color $135. rent apply 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Mel Fowler 

Deals primarily with Tula, a city de- 
stroyed by the Aztecs about 1250 A.D, Covers 
an important link between the Aztec and prior 
cultures of Mexico and indicates Mexico's 
present direction in art and architecture 

THE HEROES 

In PROSPECT OF LITERATURE (8 films) 

HIGH FASHION IN VENICE. NatCotton 1958 
6%min sd b&w free -loan 

sh-c-ad 

, Highlights of the first International 
fashion show ever held for cotton 

HIGH SCHOOL PROM. Coronet 1958 16min sd 
b&w $90. color $165 

Jh-sh Guide 

Four students illustrate steps in prepar- 
ing to attend a high school dance, proper eti- 
quette while attending the dance, and accepted 
procedures following a formal social function 
LC card Fi A 57-1036 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3555 

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NATIONAL CORN 
PICKING CONTEST. Venard 1959 lOmin sd 
b&w or color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by New Idea Farm Equipment 
Co. 

Depicts the corn picking contest at 
Marion. Iowa. Shows how the judging Is done 

HIKING THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL. Tenn 
Game&Fish 1958 13min sd (World outdoors 
ser) b&w $16.74. free-loan; color $68.77. free- 
loan 

p-el-Jh-sh 
Four Explorer Scouts spend three nights 
hiking from Davenport Gap to Newfound Gap 
along the Appalachian Trail in the Great Smoky 
Mountains National Park. Along the way they 
encounter a pair of bear cubs 

HISTORIC HAWKESBURY. AustrlNews 1957 
lOygmin sd color $85. rent $2.50 

el-Jh-sh-c 

Busy towns and rich farmlands on the 
scene of Australia's early settlement 

HISTORY OF THE AMERICA'S CUP. Assn 1958 
27min sd color free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Transfilm for Thomas J. 
Lipton. Inc. 

A veteran skipper tells a young boy the 
story of the yacht -racing trophy, the America's 
Cup. Describes how the first Cud race in Ens:- 



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EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



HISTORY OF THE AMERICA'S CUP—Cont. 

land in 1851 was won by the United States 
schooner. America, and how sixteen more races 
over the next hundred years were also won by 
American boats. Explains how one yachtsman. 
Sir Thomas Lipton. tried five different times 
and lost each race, but won the admiration and 
respect of the entire sporting world 
LC card Fi A 59-247 ^ „„^„ 
EFL.A evaluation card No. 3892 

HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE _^ 
In LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS (13 
films) 

HISTORY OF_THE INDO-EUROPEAN LAN- 

In L%VK3UAGe'^AND LINGUISTICS (13 
films) 

HOGARTH THE SATIRIST. NET 1956 15min 
sd b&w (Images of art ser) rent $4 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Radiodifussion Television 

Presents Hogarth's most remarkable en- 
gravings emphasizing his illustration of the 
"Rake's progress" 

HOLD THAT LINE. MichStU 1957 26i^min sd 
(County agent ser) b&w $100. color $200 

ad 

Produced by Capital Films 

Explains how the human body makes use 
of food. Shows the relation between energy use 
and body weight, and points out the dangers in 
some dieting plans 

HOLDING FORTH THE WORD. Baptists 1956 
30min sd color $140. free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Broadman Films 

Dr James L. Sullivan, executive secretary- 
treasurer, assisted by members of the Baptist 
Sunday School Board staff, presents the work 
of the Board. Explains the preparation of liter- 
ature, the educational field program, assemblies, 
book stores, and other ministries 

LC card Fi A 58-1057 

HOLIDAY MODEL DE-122 DEPTH SOUNDER. 

Raytheon 1957 8%min sd color free -loan 

Jh-sh-c 

Explains theory of electronic depth 
sounders and how this one is installed through 
the hull of a cabin cruiser while boat is in 
water. Follows step by step procedure in- 
cluding underwater scenes of frogman work- 
ing under boat 

HOME AND EDUCATION 

In LIFE IN ANCIENT GREECE (2 films) 

HOMEMAKER'S QUIZ. ModernTP 1958 
12l^min sd b&w free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Fred A. Niles Productions 
for West Bend Aluminum Co. 

Question -and -answer format about fa- 
miliar foods and well-known household ar- 
ticles provides fun and useful facts on home- 
making 

HOMES FOR BIRDS. WisU 1956 12%min sd 
b&w rent 50c 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. 
of Agriculture (USDA) , .,, ^. ,^ 

Explains how to build birdhouses to at- 
tract wrens, swallows, and bluebirds. Also 
shows the trapping and banding of birds to 
study their habits 

L'HOMME DANS LA TOUR. See MAN IN 
THE PEACE TOWER 

HORIZONS BEYOND. BellTel 1958 12min sd 
color free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Parthenon Pictures 
How scientific research benefits our 
lives — from satellites to vaccines, from the 
invention at the Bell Telephone Laboratories 
of the transistor to a new over-the-horizon 
microwave radio system 
LC card Fi A 59-249 



HORSE IN THE LIMELIGHT. IntFlmBur 

1956 17min sd color $175 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

, Produced by Sol Film, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Scenes of the 1956 Equestrian Olympics 
held in Stockholm, showing skilled riders in 
competition 

LC card Fi A 59-82 

HOTEL IS BORN. Sterl-MovUSA 1957 30min 
sd color free -loan 

c-ad 

Sponsored by Hilton Hotel Corp. 

Shows the building of the Beverly Hilton 
Hotel from the day when Mr Hilton stood 
looking at the empty lot to the day the hotel 
opens for business. Depicts the architecture, 
the furnishings and the opening -day party 
with stars of stage and screen 

HOUSE FLY. EBF rev 1958 15min sd b&w 
$90, rent $3.50; color $180. rent $5.50 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Revision of 1936 film 

Microphotography and magnification por- 
tray the habits and life history of the common 
housefly and the ways in which it is a menace 
to health 

LC card Fi A 58-3328 

HOUSE OF A LIFETIME. VirginiaPoly 1957 
13min sd b&w or color purchase apply, 
free-loan 

p-el-Jh. sh-c-ad 

Describes the modern methods of build- 
ing construction made possible by the utiliza- 
tion of threaded nails. Shows behind-the- 
scenes development and testing of the threaded 
nails 

HOUSE THAT HUNTER BUILT. BaptistBk 

1957 29min sd b&w (This is the answer 
ser) $180. rent $9 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Family Films 

A portrait of two men. One has his life 
built around material things — the other is 
well grounded in Christianity. Violent tragedy 
comes to both. The father with no spiritual 
strength falters and his life folds around him. 
The Christian remains strong in the face of 
trouble 

LC card Fi A 59-134 

HOUSE THAT LOVE BUILT. Editorial 1958 
4min sd b&w or color (Our living heritage 
ser) free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by McCall's magazine 

Shows Andrew Jackson's home The 

Hermitage in Nashville. Tenn. Describes food 

of Jackson's day and includes instructions for 

making a "trifle." Jackson's favorite dessert 

HOUSE TO HOUSE. AmCancer 1956 16min sd 
color purchase apply, free-loan 

ad 

Shows the organization, methods, and 
planning necessary for individual household 
solicitation, with scenes from communities 
where these methods have been applied suc- 
cessfully 

HOUSEHOLD CHEMISTRY. NET 1956 30min 
sd b&w (Tempest in a test tube ser) rent 
$4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by KQED 

Illustrates simple principles of chemistry 
used in the home. Defines and explains the 
difference between soap and detergent. Shows 
their role in cleaning. Demonstrates the 
softening of water and the effect of alkaline 
chemicals on cloth 

HOW DO YOU KNOW? BIRD IDENTIFICA- 
TION. NET 1956 30min sd b&w (Discovery 
II ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by WGBH 

Discusses the elements of bird identifica- 
tion. Shows how to use stance, pattern, 
habits and combinations of markings to 
identify birds. Outlines the work of Ludlow 
Griscom and Roger T. Peterson in developing 
an accurate system of field identification of 
birds 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



HOW DO YOU STAND? ModernTP 1958 
14i4min sd b&w or color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Del Lord Productions for 
National Chiropractic Assn. 

Shows good posture, with tips on sitting 
and avoiding fatigue at home, in industry or 
when driving. Also covers training children, 
with special reference to "round shovilders" 

HOW JOHN YOUNG BECAME ISLAND GOV- 
ERNOR 
In IOWA READING FILMS (COLLEGE 
LEVEL) (15 films) 

HOW MUCH COOPERATION? 

In OFFICE SUPERVISORS' PROBLEMS 
(6 films) 

HOW PLANTS GROW (2 films). NET 1957 
ea I'Smin sd b&w (Uncle Wonder's work- 
shop ser) rent ea $3 

p-el 
Produced by WCET 

Part 1. Uses experiments to explain capillary 
action in plants. Shows how water gets 
from the roots up to the leaves. Demon- 
strates capillary action with thistle tubes 

Part 2. Continues the explanation of capillary 
action and presents the results of the 
experiments started in Part 1, Demon- 
strates again the capillary action in 
thistle tubes. Shows how the capillary 
action between waiter and blotter paper 
can raise heavy objects 

HOW SEEDS ARE SCATTERED. McGraw 1958 
llmin sd b&w $57.50, rent apply; color $125. 
rent apply 

el Guide 
Produced by Centron Corp. 
Explains the many different ways in 
which seeds are dispersed: by animals, by the 
wind, and by water 

LC card Fi A 58-448 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3638 

HOW THE AIR WORKS. NET 1957 15min sd 
b&w (Uncle Wonder's workshop ser) rent $3 

p-el 

Produced by WCET 

Explains how wind provides power. Shows 
how hot air rises and is replaced by cold air. 
Tells how to make a windmill and compares it 
to a water wheel 

HOW TO DEVELOP YOUR DYNAMIC 
POWER. UW 1958 30min sd b&w $195, 
rent $40 

c-ad 
Produced by I.C.R. Corp. 
Dr Norman Vincent Peale illustrates that 
in order to improve one's self, it is necessary 
to re-evaluate, self-analyze and to think cor- 
rectly. He stresses the importance of relaxing 
the mind and shifting from negative to positive 
thinking 

HOW TO MAKE A SIMPLE LOOM AND 
WEAVE. BBF 1957 16min ed b&w $90, 
color $180 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Explains the four basic steps in a weav- 
ing project: making the frame of the loom; 
adding nails for warp string; stringing the 
loom; and the actual weaving 

DC card Pi A 57-770 

HOW TO MAKE A STARCH PAINTING. EBP 

1957 13min sd b&w $75, rent $3; color $150, 
rent $'5 

el-Jh Guide 
A demonstration of starch painting show- 
ing the four basic steips involved: cutting card- 
board designs, covering glazed paper with 
boiled or prepared starch, adding tempera paint, 
and experimenting with cut cardboard designs 
and other materials 

DC card Fi A 57-771 

HOW TO MAKE A TV COMMERCIAL. Ford 
1957 28V2min sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Van Praag Productions 
The work of skilled craftsmen — writers, 
artists, photographers, specialists of many 
kinds — is pictured against the backdrop of 
advertising agency and client supervision as 
a set of six film commercials is made for tele- 



vision 



EPDA evaluaition card No. 3250 



HOW TO PLANT A SMALL SHADE TREE. 

Davey rev 1957 lOmin sd color free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Revision of 1940 film 
Produced by Austin Productions 
Provides a detailed procedure for planting 
a small shade tree with a trunk diameter of 
approximately 2 1^ inches, including painting 
technique, wrapping, guying, watering, ana 
pruning. Includes scenes of the planting of a 
large tree 

DC card Pi A 57-633 

HOW TO SAIL. Piatt 1959 30min sd b&w $125. 
color $250 

sh-c-ad 
Teaches skills for sailing small boat for 
safety, more fun, and racing 

HOW TO START A VEGETABLE GARDEN. 

WisU 1957 l'2i/2min sd b&w rent 50c 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. of 
Agriculture (USDA) 

Shows a 4-H Club girl preparing the soil 
for a vegetable garden, laying out the garden, 
planting, transplanting, hoeing, thinning, 
mulching, and harvesting 

HOW TO TALK BUSINESS TO WIN. UW 

1968 30min sd b&w $195, rent $40 

c-ad 

Produced by I.C.R. Corp. 

Millard Bennett alerts both employer and 
employee to the importance of the fact that 
basically every one is a salesman 

HOW WAR CAME TO ASIA (2 films). Educ 

FlmEnt 1958 60min sd b&w (Fifty years of 
history ser) $350 

jh-sh-c-ad 

Available in two half -hour films 
Explains that the rise of Japanese mili- 
tarism led to the attack on Pearl Hartoor. 
Shows the major historical and psychological 
elements which combined to form the Asiatic 
crisis. Describes how the United States was 
compelled to assume political and economic 
leadership among the nations of the world 

HOW WAR CAME TO EUROPE. EducFlmEnt 
1958 25min sd b&w (Fifty years of history 
ser) $175 

jh-sh-c-ad 
Explains that the attack on Poland, the 
plotting that resulted in the Fall of France, 
and the initial defeat of the European democ- 
racies, marked the first phase of the Second 
World War and precipitated the end of the 
era of Imperialism in the world 

HUMAN BODY: NERVOUS SYSTEM. Coronet 
1958 13y2min sd b&w $75, color $137.50 

Jh-sh Guide 

A study of the brain and the nervous 
system, emphasizing the basic functions of the 
system, its main organs, and the various neu- 
rons of which these organs are composed. Uses 
microscopic views of nerve tissue, a specimen 
of a human brain, animation, and anatomical 
charts to explain the functioning of this com- 
plex system and to show its control of the 
body processes 

DC card Fi A 58-3359 

HUMAN BODY: REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM. 

Coronet 1959 13l^min sd b&w $75, color 

$137.50 

Jh-sh Guide 
Uses animation and photomicrography to 
present a description of the human reproduc- 
tion system. Shows similarities and differences 
between male and female reproductive organs, 
locates them in the body and describes the 
specific functions of each in the creation of 
new life 

HUNDREDS OF BUSY FEET. Sterl-MovUSA 
1957 15min sd b&w (Algerian portfolio ser) 
free -loan 

c-ad 
Sponsored by Robert W. Schofield & As- 
sociates 

Aiding in childbirth, answering distress 
calls on muleback, combatting disease and 
superstition — these are a few of the jobs of a 
dedicated group of social workers striving 
against odds in North Africa 



37 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



HUPA INDIAN WHITE DEERSKIN DANCE. 
Barr 1958 llmin sd color $100, rent $5 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

A study of old cultural patterns retained 
by the Hupa Indians of northwestern Califor- 
nia Portrays the ten-day deerskin dance cere- 
mony still held by the Hupa, showing the rare 
dance materials, the dancers' costumes, the 
dance pattern, and the traditional rituals oi 
this ancient religious ceremony 

LC card Fi A 58-776 

HYDROGEN. Coronet 1959 ISi^min sd b&w 
$75. color $137.50 

sh-c Guide 

Gives some historical background of the 
discovery of hydrogen, shows how it is pro- 
duced in the laboratory and commercially, and 
reviews its properties, including the electron 
theory of covalance. An account of important 
industrial uses includes new developments util- 
izing hydrogen in the field of nuclear energy 

LC card Fi A 59-384 



I CHOOSE CHEMISTRYI Bailey 1958 15min sd 
b&w $75, rent $5; color $150, rent $7.50 

Jh-sh-c Guide 

Produced by Ruth O. Bradley 

Tom, a ninth grade student, receives a 
chemistry set for his birthday. His teacher 
encourages him to study chemistry and mathe- 
matics seriously. Shows how chemistry is used 
in an industrial plant, and a magic show 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3672 

I.Q. AND CRIME 

In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

ICEBERG PATROL. Guild 1956 26%min sd 
b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Depicts the guardians of the sea lanes 
against the drifting icebergs 

ICELAND, CAPRI OF THE NORTH. Davis 
Prod 1958 15min sd b&w $75, color $150 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Depicts the land of midnite sun and 
world's highest geyser . . . volcanic activity. 
Presents the original 8th century language 
spoken by an Icelander. Shows agriculture, 
fishing and whaling industries 

IDEA FOR WASHINGTON AND MOSCOW. 
Moral 1957 28min sd b&w $100, rent $5 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Newsreel film of the Moral Re-Armament 
Assembly of Nations, Mackinac Island, and 
the impact of Asian and African delegations 
on key spots of the United States 

IDEAS AND FILM. Telecine 1957 llmin sd 
color $79.95, free-loan 

c-ad 

Sponsored by Bell & Howell Co. 

Designed primarily to arouse new interest 
in the application of motion pictures in solv- 
ing problems of communication. Footage from 
existing industrial films is used to illustrate 
animation, time lapse. Hi- Speed photography, 
bridging time and distance, film records, sell- 
ing, teaching, engineering analysis and safety. 
Shows guided missiles, atom bombs, a volcano, 
the earth as seen from a speeding rocket, etc. 

IDEAS AND IDEOLOGIES 

In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITY (22 films) 

IGOR STRAVINSKY. EBF 1958 30min sd b&w 
(Wisdom ser) $150, rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

Igor Stravinsky, composer and conductor, 
talks of his life and work with his young 
American associate, conductor Robert Craft, 
discussing the half- century of creative effort 
in which Stravinsky has been a daring explorer 
of new forms in music 

LC card Fi A 58-641 



ILLUSTRATION AND THE TEXT 

In PROSPECT OF LITERATURE (8 films) 

IMMIGRANT AND AMERICAN SCIENCE 
In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

IMMIGRANT AS A POLITICAL LEADER 
In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

IMMIGRANT CRAFTSMEN 

In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

IMMIGRANT FAMILY IN AMERICAN LIFE 
In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

IMMIGRANT SERVES HIS COUNTRY: THE 
CIVIL WAR 
In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

IMMIGRANTS AND POLITICAL MACHINES 
In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

IMPACT OF PERSONALITIES 

In PEOPLE ARE TAUGHT TO BE DIF- 
FERENT (12 films) 

IMPORTANCE OF LOGICAL THINKING IN 
THE NUCLEAR AGE 
In HERITAGE VII (5 films) 

IN EUROPE WITH YOU. Swissair 1957 30min 
sd color free -loan 

ad 
Kinescope 
. A trip by plane over the Alps to Rome, 
Spam and its bull fight 

IN THE MIDDLE 

In OFFICE SUPERVISORS' PROBLEMS 
(6 films) 

IN THE NURSERY 

In ROOTS OF PREJUDICE (6 films) 

"^ I^^ ^^?Pb5wO^ ART: WE VISIT AN 
f^?r^,pA^^^/^^- ^^ET 1956 30min sd b&w 
(World of art ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WQED 

A tour of an exhibition of painting and 
sculpture. Discusses eacn work of art stress- 
ing particular aspects of each as they relate 
to various contemporary movements in the arts. 
Points out that real understanding and ap- 
preciation of art IS discovered and developed 
through frequent visits to the art gallery and 
museum 

"^^hw^^ifr'-^..'^^- ^^T ^957 15min sd b&w 
(Uncle Wonder's workship ser) rent $3 

p-el 
Produced by WCET 
r,io»,^ -^^(Fi^*"^ ^^^ principle of the inclined 
wofk'easier^^ ^^ inclined plane makes 

"^^^r:5,?'^i7,^L°^r°^^^^^URT. NET 1956 
I5min sd b&w (Images of art ser) rent $4 

sh-c-ad 

Francafse^"^^*^ ^^ Radiofussion Television 

DPhnom^lt"^?it V^ recreate, through the art of 
Debucourt, the feelings of a period of history 
^^^^l^/>P^ a-nxietes. Shows how Debucourt 
H?,';?^^^*^^^® excessive mannerisms of the people 
NapSRon / ^^'''"'^ between Louis XVI and 

INDIA AT THE CROSSROADS. World 1957 
28min sd b&w $80, rent $8 

sh-c-ad 

TeIevi?fo°n "il^n. ^^ Metropolitan Educational 

lnwm^T^I?°iL5^^^''^*^®^^o^icheIes Dean fol- 
lowing her 1957 trip to India. She discusseq 
P^/Jn^^.J'^T^^J^^.^ problems and the difflcultlS 
attending India's economic development 

INDIA: THE LAND AND THE PEOPL F 

Deusing 1958 llmin sd b&w $55, color $110 

el-Jh 

Describes the topography of India ita 

nionsoon winds, the cultural heritage o^' the 

thr'p?imufve'^f?,^.n?^^.V^ religionJ'of !Sdia^ a'nd 

oofr.^? i^5i7® .{9^^. of Its economy. Shows 

LC card Fi A 58-3498 



38 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



INDONESIA— NEW NATION OF ASIA. EBF 

1958 16min sd b«&w $90. rent $3.50; color 
$180. rent $5.50 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Traces the history of Indonesia from 
Dutch rule through independence. Shows ,life 
in the cities, families in villages, and exammes 
natural resources, religion and art. Presents 
the way the people live and work, and think 
and feel 

INDUSTRIAL CANADA. Coronet 1958 16min 
sd b&w $90 ^ . 

el-Jh Guide 

Growing cities, huge factories and modern 
highway systems reveal Canada's change over 
the last fifty years from an agricultural coun- 
try to a major industrial nation. Shows how 
mechanization, development of natural resources 
and foreign trade have helped effect this trans- 
formation, bringing to the people a new level 
of prosperity 

LC card Fi A 59-120 

INDUSTRY USES CHEMISTRY. NET 1956 
30min sd b&w (Tempest in a test tube ser) 
rent $4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by KQED 

Shows the application of chemistry for 
industrial purposes. Explains the electric arc 
process, flotation, smoke elimination, electro- 
plating and the recovery of iodine from water 

INLAND CITY OF THE SEA. HoustonPort 
1956 liVzuxin sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Available in English, Spanish or Portu- 
guese versions 

Produced by Gregory Giezendarina Agency 
Story of Port of Houston and its import- 
ance to the community. Shows scenes of cargo, 
factories located at port, ships and wharves, 
brief history of port and resume of shipping 
activity 

INNOCENTS ABROAD. Sterl-MovUSA 1958 
23min sd b&w $50, free-loan; colcfr $115. 
free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Vavin for American Society 
of Travel Agents 

Shows many places all over the world. 
Explains that a trip abroad can be fun If one 
takes full advantage of all the services avail- 
able 

INSECT FOODS. Dowling 1959 14min sd color 
$135 

el-Jh-sh Guide 
Shows the way insects eat and what they 
eat in close detail. Explains how the things 
that insects eat affect people. Many common 
and some strange insects are included 

INSIDE STORY OF CHICKEN GIZZARD 
GRINDING. Granite 1957 6min sd b&w free- 
loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Pelican Films 

Uses animation, highly amplified sound, 
and specially developed X-ray motion picture 
footage to show the rhythmic grinding cycles 
of a chicken's gizzard in action 

INTERDICTION AND BLOCKADE 
In AIR POWER (26 films) 

INTERPRETING THE EVIDENCE 

In SCIENTIFIC METHODS (13 films) 

INTRODUCTION TO DUTCH PAINTING BY 
PAUL CLAUDEL. NET 1956 15min sd b&w 
(Images of art ser) rent $4 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Radiodifussion Television 
Francaise 

Discusses the part played by Claudel in 
helping to popularize the Flemish and Dutch 
schools of painting 

INTRODUCTION TO THE METHOD OF 
LEONARDO DA VINCI. NET 1956 15min sd 
b&w (Images of art ser) rent $4 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Radiodifussion Television 
Francaise 

Uses paintings, combined with the com- 
mentary of the French poet. Paul Valery, to 



present an approach to the understanding of 
Leonardo Da Vinci. Analyzes the creativeness 
of Da Vinci through Valery' s study, "Introduc- 
tion to the method of Leonardo Da Vinci" 

INTRUDER IN THE LIFESTREAM. AmHeart 
1958 30min sd b&w (Decision for research 
ser) $80, free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Kinescope 

Doctor John H. Heller shows specialists 
who have had formal training in each others 
fields studying the RE (reticulo-endothelial 
cell). He shows the procedure for scientifically 
measuring the work of this germ killer 

INVISIBLE KEYSTONE 

In COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS SE- 
RIES (13 films) 

INVISIBLE SEAFOOD. NET 1956 15min sd b&w 
(Frontier to space ser) rent $3 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by University of Miami 
Discusses the value of processed fish food 
as a source of minerals and vitamins for 
chickens, hogs, and cattle. Explains the vari- 
ous species of fish used for this purpose with 
special emphasis on the menhaden 

INVITATION TO FRANCE. Radiant 1956 
4'^min sd b&w or color (France for fun 
ser) free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Depicts France, its gaiety, romance, tra- 
dition, art, history, culture, and scenery; and 
Paris 

IONIZATION. Coronet 1959 18V2min sd b&w 
$105. color $192.50 

sh-c Guide 

Defines the theory of ionization and 
stresses its present important status in chem- 
istry. Shows the identifying characteristics of 
ions and where they occur. Electrolytes, dis- 
sociation, solvents, electrovalent compounds 
and covalent compounds are shown by anima- 
tion and laboratory demonstration. Describes 
applications of ionization in industrial chem- 
istry 

LC card Fi A 59-385 

IOWA READING FILMS (COLLEGE LEVEL) 
(15 films). lowaU 1958 ea 4min si b&w set 
$175 

c-ad Guide 
Fifteen individual reading practice films 
of graded rate ranging from 260 words per min- 
ute for the first in the series to 520 words per 
minute for the last in the series 
Titles are: 

1. MY WATCH 

2. UNIVERSAL PET 

3. HOW JOHN YOUNG BECAME ISLAND 

GOVERNOR 

4. JAPANESE BEETLE 

5. FLORIDA'S TURBULENT PAST 

6. PULLMAN CONVERSATION 

7. TALE OF A TUB 

8. THE WARLORDS 

9. CANINE PRIMARY 

10. FIRI3SIDE BOOK OF DOG STORIES 

11. PETRIFIED MAN AND MY BLOODY 

MASSACRE 

12. PRESENT AND FUTURE CONDITION OF 

NEGROES IN AMERICA 

13. THE SALESGIRLS 

14. SMART ONES GOT THROUGH 

15. AMERICANIZING THE WHITE MAN 

IOWA'S EXPANDING ECONOMY. DesMReg 
1957 25min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Describes the industrial growth of Iowa 

IRON MEN AND WOODEN SHIPS. Guild 1956 
26%min sd b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) 
rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
The saga of the Portuguese cod fishermen 
who sail their wooden schooners over 3,00() 
miles across the Atlantic to Greenland 



39 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



IS PREJUDICE ALWAYS BAD? _ ^._ ^ 
In ROOTS OF PREJUDICE (6 films) 

films) 

IS THERE COMMUNICATION WHEN YOU 
SPEAK? McGraw 1957 17min sd b&w (Com- 
munication ser) $95 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Audio Productions 
The experiences of a young speech stu- 
dent are used in explaining the process of 
transmitting an idea from speaker to audience, 
illustrating how visual aids and a speaker s 
voice, pronunciation, articulation, lanKuage, and 
movements aid in advancing his idea 
LC card Fi A 58-693 ^ ^^ ^^^^ 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3674 

ISLANDS OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC. Barr 

1959 15min sd color $150, rent $7 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

An over -all view of the physical and cul- 
tural geography of the South Pacific island 
world. Shows origin and types of islands, the 
effect of successive human migrations from 
East and West, and the position of the islands 
in the modern world 

LC card Fi A 59-95 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3855 

ISRAEL IN THE FAMILY^ OF NATIONS. 
Unitedlsr 1958 17min sd b&w or color free- 

loa-ri . .. , 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Records such events as the acceptance of 
Israel into the United Nations as the 58th mem- 
ber; Prime Minister Ben Gurion's visit to the 
late Professor Albert Einstein at Princeton; 
and Israel's Foreign Minister, Mrs Golda Meir, 
on a good-wiTT mission to Ghana 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3676 

ISRAEL MY COUNTRY. Unitedlsr 1959 17min 
sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Lasar Dunner 

Tells the story of Israel as seen through 
the eyes of a young newspaperman. Here are 
the people of Israel at work and at play; city 
streets teeming with newcomers from seventy 
lands; modern factories set off against a Bed- 
ouin market on the edge of the desert 

ISRAEL NEWREELS. Unitedlsr 20min sd b&w 
free-loan ..,.,. ^ 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Issued monthly from 1957 to 1959 in both 
English and Hebrew versions 

Produced by Geva, Newsreels, Israel for 
Jewish Agency for Israel , . , 

A series of newsreels covering several 
areas of special interest about Israel 

Detailed information about the content )f 
each film may be obtained from the distributor 

ISRAEL'S LIVING DESERT. Unitedlsr 1957 
16min sd b&w (Drew Pearson reports on 
Holy Land ser) rent $3 

sh-c-ad 
Drew Pearson says the greatest miracle 
of Israel is its conquest of the desert. Water, 
which for years has been allowed to spill down 
to the sea, is now being harnessed to make the 
desert spring to life 

IT IS GOOD TO BE ALIVE. Hadassah 1958 
26min sd color purchase apply 

sh-c-ad 

Two youngsters, newly arrived in Israel, 
are too young to be absorbed into the regular 
Youth Aliyah program. Shows how Hadassah 
tackip'' this new problem through their Anne 
Frank Havens and in helping as well to as- 
similate the families of these children 

IT'S EASY TO BEND. O'Neil 1957 17min sd 
color $120. free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by Continental Films 
Shows the role bending plays in modern 
manufacturing, how it is a simple process and 
how it improves the design, strength, appear- 
ance and function of many products 

IT'S THE BRAIN THAT COUNTS. See BRAIN 
IS THE REASON 



JACQUES LIPSCHITZ. EBF 1958 30min sd 
b&w (Wisdom ser) $150, rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

Jacques Lipschitz, a painter and sculptor 
who helped launch the Cubist movement, de- 
scribes his career and his conception of art. 
Includes exampFes of his works 

LC card Fi A 58-1132 

JAMBOREE. IntFlmBur 1957 40min sd color 
$260, rent $15 

el-Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by Chetwynd Films, Toronto, 
Canada 

A documentary record of the eighth World 
Boy Scout Jamboree held in August 1955. at 
Niagara -on -the -Lake, Ontario 
LC card Fi A 58-189 

JAMES WHITNEY'S STUDIES IN MOTION 
FOR FILM. CreatSoc 1958 13min si color 
$inD. rent $10 

c-ad 

James Whitney, a painter and abstract 
film-maker, presents a series of his pastel 
studies in color, planning motion for film 

JAMESTOWN, A PLACE OF BEGINNINGS. 

Virginia-Ed 1958 21min sd b&w $60, rent $4; 
color $140. rent $8 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows the settlement of Virginia through 
the first 90 years with emphasis on Jamestown 
as the beginning of the American way of life 

LC card Fi A 58-3338 

JAMESTOWN COLONY (1607 THROUGH 1620). 
Coronet 1957 16min sd b&w $90, color $165 

el-Jh Guide 
Throuh reconstructions at the Jamestown 
Festival of 1957 records the early history of 
Jamestown, showing the voyage of the first 
settlers from England, and emphasizing the 
faith and dedication required of them and later 
arrivals in overcoming hardships in America 
and in permanently establishing their colony 
LC card Fi A 57-1021 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3519 

JAPANESE BEETLE 

In IOWA READING FILMS (COLLEGE 
LEVEL) (15 films) 

JAPANESE PERIMETER 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU. EBF 1958 30min sd 
b&w (Wisdom ser) $150. rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

Jawaharlal Nehru, Prime Minister of India 
and a leader in his country's struggle for free- 
dom, discusses his career and world-events with 
Chester Bowles, former United States Ambas- 
sador to India 

LC card Fi A 58-1133 

JET STRATOTANKER— AN INTRODUCTION 
TO THE KC-135 AIRPLANE. Boeing 1957 
19min sd color $95 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Outlines progress of the KC-135 Jet 
Tanker program including preliminary testing 
conducted with the Boeing 707 Jet Tanker pro- 
totype, and KC-135 manufacturing, static test- 
ing, first fiight, and initial in-fiight refueling 
tests 

JEWEL IN THE SEA. Guild 1956 26i4min sd 
b&w (Kingdom of the sea series) rent apply 

p-ei-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Visits Catalina off the California coast. 
Shows the glass -bottomed boats, a boat race, 
the Bird Farm; skin diving, the gathering of 
abalone and a modern luau 



JEWELS FROM HEAVEN. Moody 1957 12V2min 
sd color (Science adventure ser) rent $6 

el-Jh 

The subject of snowflakes. every one a 
different pattern, shows God's perfection in 
even small things 

LC card Fi 57-104 



40 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



JOB OR A CALLING. Baptists 1958 28min sd 
b&w $180. rent $9 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Broadman Films 

Shows that all Christians should approach 
the choice of a vocation as an opportunity to 
fulfil divinely ordained plans — whether the 
chosen vocation is church-related or a position 
in business or industry 

JOHN HALL WHEELOCK. EBF 1958 30min sd 
b&w (Wisdom ser) $150. rent $6.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

John Hall Wheelock. American poet and 
editor, talks about his writings and views on 
literature at his home in Long Island. He reads 
two selections from his poetic works and speaks 
of his experiences as editor of Scribner's pub- 
lishing house 

LC card Fi A 58-1137 

JOURNEY TO THE GALAPAGOS. Guild 1956 
26l^min sd b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) 
rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows giant lizards, tortoises and manta 
rays. A visit to Cocos Island, harpooning the 
great bat- fish and riding it like a surfboard, 
and an encounter with a whale 

JOURNEYS ON WING. NET 1956 30min sd b&w 
(Discovery II ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by WGBH 

Discusses how and why birds migrate. 
Shows ways in which the movement of birds is 
studied. Describes the use of the mist net in 
capturing birds for banding. Tells the migra- 
tion story of the Arctic tern and the golden 
plover 

JOY OF LISTENING. MichHealth 1957 ISmin sd 
b&w $75 

ad 
Intended for use with parent and teacher 
groups to help acquaint them with hearing 
conservation programs in Michigan. Introduces 
the importance of detecting hearing losses in 
children as early as possible 

JUNIOR MUSEUM— A LIVING MUSEUM. 

PennStU 1958 5min sd b&w $33, rent $2.25 

c-ad 

Scenes of the varied program of a Junior 
Museum with suggestions as to how a similar 
program can be carried on anywhere 

JUST A HINT OF A TINT. DuPont 1957 18min 
sd color free -loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Pennsylvania Film Produc- 
tions 

Shows toned hosiery and its color coordi- 
nation with the rest of the costume 

JUST A TRACE. AustrlNews 1957 lOmin sd 
color $85. rent $2.50 

sh-c 

Discusses the discovery and utilization 
of_ trace elements in the soil by Australian 
scientists and the importance of these ele- 
ments to Australia in her agricultural and 
livestock production 

LC card Fi A 58-217 



KAMIKAZE 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 

KEYS TO THE MYSTERIES 

In WRITTEN WORD (15 films) 

KIDDIE KALEIDOSCOPE. Moyer 1958 5min 
sd color $60 

P 

After looking through a kaleidoscope a 
boy and girl are shown how to cut with scis- 
sors varied and simple shapes from brightly 
colored papers 

EFL.A evaluation card No. 3781 



KINETIC ENERGY. NET 1957 15mln sd b&AV 
(Uncle Wonder's workshop ser) rent $3 

p-el 

Produced by WCET 

Explains the principle of kinetic energy. 
Shows how springs have stored energy that do 
work for us Illustrates with a .iack-in-the- 
box, bow and arrow, clocks, screen door, and 
window shade 

KING NEPTUNE'S OIL FIELDS. Guild 1956 
26y2min sd b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) 
rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Diving eeologists find gas and oil under 
the ocean floor, that gives impetus to offshore 
drilling 

KING SIZE DIARY. VirginiaPoly 1957 13min 
sd b&w or color purchase apply, free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows the operation and usefulness of 
the modern local library 

KISSIiVIMEE, U.S.A. (FLORIDA'S COW CAP. 
ITAL). Carey 1957 14i/2min sd b&w or 
color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Kissimmee Chamber of 
Commerce 

Depicts, the cattle section of Florida. 
Features rodeo, a "Frontier Days" celebra- 
tion and the Boat-A-Cade along with aspects 
of retirement life 

KITCHEN SERIES n (6 films). Simmel 1956 
ea 5min sd color ea $55 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Demonstrates the uses of various gas 
appliances such as the clothes dryer, refrigera- 
tor and range 

Titles are: 
DRY SUBJECT 
OFF THE BROILER 
OFF THE ICE 
OFF THE SHELF 
OFF THE SPIT 
OFF THE TOP 

EFLA evaluation card for set No, 3292 



LABOR MOVEMENT 

In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

LABOR MOVEMENT: BEGINNINGS AND 
GROVVTH^ IN AMERICA. Coronet 1959 
UVzmm sd b&w $75. color $137.50 

Jh-sh Guide 

Traces the development of the organized 
labor movement from post- Civil War begin- 
nings to World War I, describing the dramatic 
events and personalities which characterized 
it during this period. Discusses the methods 
by which labor sought to achieve its goals 
in the changing national economy within a 
framework of changing relationships between 
management and labor 

LC card Fi A 59-201 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3856 

LABYRINTH OF PIRANESI. NET 1956 15min 
sd b&w (Images of art ser) rent $4 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Radiodifussion Television 

Explores the engravings of an imaginary 
city created by Piranesi which began as an 
attempt to reconstruct the ancient city of 
Herculaneum. Shows engravings of ancient 
Roman architectural scenes with emphasis 
upon the famous series "I Carieri" 

LADY FROM PHILADELPHIA. Contem 1958 
60min sd b&w $250. rent $25 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Edward R. Murrow 
Depicts the tour of southeast Asia of 
Marian Anderson. She covered 40,000 miles 
giving concerts, speaking with people in Asia, 
and sightseeing. Miss Anderson sings ap- 
proximately 15 selections 



41 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



LAFAYETTE BI-CENTENNIAL. Radiant 1956 
5min sd b«&w or color (France for fun ser) 
free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Traces the steos of LaFayette from the 
Chateau of Chavaniac in Auvergne. where he 
was born, through the American Revolution, 
his meeting with Washington, the Battle of 
Brandywine, Siege of Yorktown. his visit to 
America as a national guest, showing the 
town and cities he visited in 1824 

LAGUNA BEACH STORY. CreatSoc 1958 
lOmin sd color $115. rent $8 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Laguna Beach Festival of 

A visit to Laguna Beach, featuring 
scenes of the world-famous Festival of Arts 
and Pageant of the Masters, where living 
models annually re-create the classic works 
of painting and sculpture 

LAKE DISTRICT. Contem 1956 19min sd color 
$1S0. rent $6 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows the Lake District as a land of 
exceptional beauty which has been immortal- 
ized by poets. Depicts the quaint villages, 
houses and inns; and the Georgian, Regency 
and Victorian homes 

LAND OF BLUE LAKES. SwissTour 1956 
20min sd color rent $2 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Montana-Film 

A blend of music and scenery showing 
the lakes of Geneva, Lucerne, Lugano, Zurich 
and Thun. Depicts the surrounding villages 
and the local people 

LAND OF NEW FRONTIERS. ModernTP 

1958 20min sd color free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Don McNamara Productions 
for Frito Co. 

Develops the theme that many opi>ortuni- 
ties still exist for young people in America 
and shows as an example how C.E. Doolin, 
President of Frito Company, began a new in- 
dustry during the depression in 1932 

LANDS OF THE FALLING WATERS. Miller- 
Wood 1958 lOmin sd b&w $60, color $115 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Scenes of South America include a flight 
to the world's highest waterfalls. Angel Falls, 
in Venezuela, Georgetown, capital of British 
Guiana, and the Kaieteur Falls 

LANDS OF THE GOOD EARTH. KaiserAlum 
1957 12min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

The story of the finding and the mining 
of bauxite, the raw material from which alu- 
minum is made. Jamaica and Hawaii are the 
setting 

LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS (13 films). 

NET 1957 ea 30min sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

c-ad 

Produced by University of Buffalo 
Titles are: 

1. LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS— INTRO- 

DUCTION. Provides an introduction to 
the series "Language and linguistics." 
Discusses the importance of language. 
Points out common misconceptions con- 
cerning language. Tells what language 
really is 

2. LANGUAGE AND WRITING. Begins a de- 

finition of language. Discusses the logic 
of language. Explains misconceptions 
about language and writing. Points out 
ithat language symbolizes experience and 
writing symbolizes language. Shows the 
relationship between written and spoken 
language using vowels, intonation pat- 
terns and distribution patterns 

3. DEFINITION OF LANGUAGE. Explains 

■the relationship between language and 
culture. Tells whether one language is 
older, better, or more difficult to learn 
than another language. Discusses lan- 
guage patterns and how they affect the 
learning of a language 



4. LINGUISTIC APPROACH TO LANGUAGE 

LEARNING. Examines the meaning of 
"correctness" and the importance of 
"rules" in grammar. Points out the dif- 
ference between literary and spoken lan- 
guage. Discusses the four types of stress 
usea in speaking: primary, secondary, 
tertiary, and weak 

5. SOUNDS OF LANGUAGE. Explains how 

linguists analyze and classify significant 
sounds of language. Discusses phonetics 
and phonemics, the science of speech 
sounds. Shows the organs of speech 

6. DIALECTS. Explains dialect differences in 

standard English. Calls upon five guests 
from different geographical areas in the 
United States who illustrate pronuncia- 
tion differences. Shows how language 
variations are divided into geographical 



7. GRAMMAR — I. Examines the structure, 

patterning and classification of words. 
Explains now the linguist defines a word 
in terms of base, vowels, and stress pat- 
terns. Presents examples using nouns, 
verbs, and pronouns 

8. GRAMMAR — ^11. Explains how adjectives, 

adverbs and prepositions are identified 
by structure rather than meaning. Ex- 
amines the structure of phrases and 
sentences 

9. OEHSTORY OF THE INDO-EUROPEAN 

LANGUAGE FAMILY. Discusses the his- 
tory of the Indo-European language 
family and how different languages are 
'related. Explains how linguists developed 
a systematic reconstruction of Germanic 
languages. Points out the contributions 
of Grimm and Verner in developing laws 
of language development 

10. HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LAN- 

GUAGE. Investigates the history, devel- 
opment and spread of the English lan- 
fuage. Develops a breakdown of the 
roto-Germanic language into its descen- 
dent languages. Traces the dialects of 
'England about 600 A.D. Explains how 
vocabularies change and develop as cul- 
tures mingle 

11. THE ALPHABET. Analyzes the English 

writing system and traces the origin, 
development and spread of the alphabet. 
Shows and explains various writing sys- 
tems including Sanskrit, Chinese and 
Arabic. Discusses the significance of 
hieroglyphics in ithe development of writ- 
ten language 

12. LINGUISTICS SCIENCE AND THE 

TEACHING OF READING. Discusses 
the use of the linguistics approach as a 
means of improving; reading ability. An- 
alyzes the deficiencies and strong points 
of the phonics and word methods of 
teaching reading. Explains the purpose 
and nature of reading 

13. LANGUAGE AND MEANING. Defines 

meaning from the linguistics point of 
view. Explains the part structure plays 
in determining meaning from language. 
Discusses the relationship of paralan- 
guage and kinesics to language and mean- 
ing 

LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS— INTRODUC- 
TION 
In LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS (13 
films) 

LANGUAGE AND MEANING 

In LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS (13 
films) 

LANGUAGE AND WRITING 

In LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS (13 

films) 

LANGUAGE OF MUSIC 

In OPERA FOR TODAY (6 films) 

LARGE AND THE SMALL 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 



LARGE EFFECTS OF SMALL CAUSES 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 



h 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



LAST CZAR OF RUSSIA. EducFlmEnt 1957 
15min sd b«few (Fifty years of history ser) 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Unfolds the story of Nicholas 11. last of 
the Romanovs. Shows scenes from the public 
and private life of the Czar, Rasputin, and 
of the destiny of Russia. Concludes with the 
death of "citizen" Romanov and his family 

LAWS OF CONSERVATION OF ENERGY 
AND MATTER. Coronet 1958 8min sd b&w 
$45. color $82.50 

el-Jh-sh Guide 
Introduces the laws of conservation of 
energy and matter and explains their import- 
ance as basic principles of science. Simple 
laboratory experiments and special photographic 
effects illustrate the principle that matter and 
energy may not be created or destroyed, but 
as explained by Einstein's equation, they can 
be converted into one another 
LC card Fi A 58-1139 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3815 

LAWS OF GASES. Coronet 1958 llmin sd b&w 
$60. color $110 

Jh-sh Guide 

Explains gas laws of Boyle, Charles, 
Dalton, and Avogadro, emphasizing their im- 
portance to physical science. Uses animation 
to illustrate relationships between pressure, 
volume, and temperature of a confined gas, and 
to explain the law of partial pressures and a 
method for determining the molecular weight 
of a gas 

LC card Fi A 58-1142 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3858 

LAWS OF MEN AND NATURE 

In SCIENTIFIC METHODS (13 films) 

LEARNING ABOUT LEAVES. EBF 1958 llmin 
sd b&w $60, rent $2.50; color $120. rent $4 

ei Guide 

With time-lapse photography, animation, 
and close-ups, explains how leaves are impor- 
tant to plants, animals, and man; compares 
different kinds of leaves; shows how leaves are 
related to other parts of a plant; and illustrates 
the functions of green leaves, and the changes 
that take place during the different seasons 

LC card Fi A 58-1041 

LEATHERCRAFT. WisU 1956 12%min sd b&w 
rent 50c 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. of 
Agriculture (USDA) 

Shows the steps required to make a key 
holder. Explains how to make a pattern, tool 
the leather, and place snaps and eyelets 

LEFT HANDS, RED HAIR, AND CRIME 
In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

LEGAL METHODS OF SOLVING DIF- 
FERENCES BETWEEN NATIONS 
In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITY (22 films) 

LEGISLATIVE ORGANIZATION OF CON- 
GRESS 
In FROM CAPITOL HILL: PARTY GOV- 
ERNMENT AND THE UNITED 
STATES CONGRESS (8 films) 

LEONARDO DA VINCI AND HIS ART. Coronet 
1957 ISVamin sd b&w $75, color $137.50 

Jh-sh-c Guide 

Examines Leonardo's works, providing a 
basis . for appreciating his style and art. Pre- 
sents him as one of the foremost figures of the 
Renaissance, revealing his versatility as an 
artist, anatomist, mathematician, and architect 

LC card Pi A 57-829 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3559 

LET YOURSELF GO TO FORT LAUDER- 
DALE. Carey 1957 14%min sd b&w or color 
free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Fort Lauderdale Chamber 
of Commerce 

A family visits Fort Lauderdale where 
they fish, swim, water ski, shop, play golf, and 
enjoy the many facilities of the city. Depicts 
the back country and native Seminole Indians 



LET'S BE CLEAN AND NEAT. Coronet 1957 

llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 

p-el Guide 
Follows a brother and sister and their 
parents as they demonstrate throughout the 
day how cleanliness and neatness contribute to 
family life, social acceptance, good health, and 
a feeling of well-being 

LC card Fi A 57-1030 

EFLA evaluation cai'd No. 3474 

LET'S BUILD A MOUNTAIN. NET 1956 SOmin 
sd b&w (Discovery II ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by "WGBH 

Explains the life zones of a mountain in 
relation to climate and altitude. Shows a trip 
up Mt Washington. Discusses the Canadian 
life zone at the foot of the Presidential range 
in New Hampshire, the Hudsonian zone, and 
the Arctic-alpine region 

LET'S DANCE. Coronet 1959 13%min sd b&w 
$75, color $137.50 

Jh-sh-c 

Produced by Brigham Young University 
Shows the fundamentals of dancing. 
Starts with the proper manner of walking and 
standing, then shows how to hold one's partner, 
the seven basic dancing positions, how to lead 
and follow, the pattern of a typical dance step, 
and proper etiquette on the dance floor 

LET'S DRAW A BASEBALL PLAYER. 

Coronet 1959 8min sd b&w $45 



Cartoonist Frank Webb shows how to 
draw the amusing figure of a small baseball 
player. Presents an opportunity for tne viewer 
to compare his work with sketches made by the 
film class 

LET'S DRAW A PUPPY. Coronet 1959 8min 
sd b&w $45 

P 

Cartoonist Frank Webb conducts an in- 
formal class in his woodland studio. The sub- 
ject of the lesson is an appealing puppy 

LET'S DRAW UNCLE SAM. Coronet 1959 
8min sd b&w $45 

P 
Cartoonist Frank Webb shows how to 
draw a lifelike figure of Uncle Sam 

LET'S PLAN A 4-H TOUR. PurdueU 1957 
28min sd color $230, rent $5 

Jh-sh-ad 

Information on how an educational tour 
in Hancock County, Ind. was planned and 
carried out 

LET'S READ POETRY. Bailey rev 1957 lOmin 
sd b&w $50, rent $3: color $100, rent $5 

el-Jh 

Revision of 1950 film 

Produced by Paul Burnford Productions 
Stresses the advantages of reading 
slowly, thinking about what is read, and 
watching the punctuation. The verses of the 
poems are superimposed over interpretive back- 
ground scenes. Includes the poems "WTio has 
seen the wind?" by Christina Rossetti, "Rain 
in summer" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 
and "The brook song" by James Whitcomb 
Riley 

LET'S TAKE A TRIP TO FOREST HILLS. 

NatEdFlms 1957 SOmin sd b&w free -loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by CBS-TV 

Shows Eddie Moylan conducting a tennis 
clinic; part of a mixed doubles match between 
Eastern ranked juniors; and Davis Cup Captain 
Billy Talbert coaching Mike Green. Photo- 
graphed at the West Side Tennis Club 

LC card Fi A 57-1063 

LET'S TAKE A WALK IN THE HIGH 
COUNTRY. Gateway 1957 lOmin sd color 
(Primary nature studies ser) $100. rent $5.50 

p-el-ad 

Follows three girls on a walk in the high 
country. Includes scenes of high mountains, 
aspen trees, meadows, lakes, and granite cliffs, 



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LET'S TAKE A WALK IN THE HIGH COUN- 

T R Y — Continued 
with views of snow-plant, shooting star, 
wyethia, false hellebore, rein orchis, labrador 
tea, red heather, and the nests of spotted sand- 
pipers, wood peewees, and a night hawk 
LC card Fi A 57-929 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3677 

LET'S TAKE A WALK TO THE MEADOW 
TO WATCH SOME BIRDS. Gateway 1957 
lOmin sd color (Primary nature studies ser) 
$100, rent $5.50 

p-el-ad 
Depicts a meadow as a place where cows 
and sheep graze on clover, miner's lettuce, and 
pimpernel, where butterflies, green and tent 
caterpillars, and lizards live, and where wild 
roses and thistles grow. Shows a mother and 
her daughter setting up a bird blind in a 
meadow, and seeing a baby gopher, quail, blue- 
jay, grosbeak, redwing blackbirds feeding their 
babies in the nest, a meadowlark feeding her 
babies, and young birds leaving the nest 
LC card Fi A 57-930 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3678 

LET'S TAKE A WALK TO WHERE THE 
HUMMINGBIRDS LIVE. Gateway 1957 
lOmin sd color (Primary nature studies ser) 
$100, rent "^5.50 

p-el-ad 
Shows a mother and her two daughters 
visiting a eucalyptus grove where they find a 
colony of Allen's hummingbirds, finding several 
ne.=ts and learning how they are made, seeing 
eggs, babies in several stages of development, 
the mother hummingbird gathering nectar and 
feeding her young, and young birds leaving the 
nest 

LC card Fi A 57-928 

LETTER TO THE TEACHER. NZealEmb 1958 
35min sd b&w free-loan 

p-el-jh-sh-c-ad 

Work of the Correspondence School in 
Wellington in teaching children in isolated com- 
munities of New England 



beautiful vase. Shows how the people 
furnished their homes, what foods they 
ate, how they dressed, and how they 
worshiped. Describes the schools and the 
education of a young girl in household 
arts. Includes scenes of a pottery factory 
which provided the family's livelihood 
LC card Fi A 59-199 

ROLE OF THE CITIZEN, llmin b&w $60. 
color $110. Follows a boy and his father 
through the countryside and the city in 
order to portray the political and eco- 
nomic life in a Greek city-state in 
440 B.C., and describes the privileges and 
responsibilities of citizenship in this early 
democracy. Shows them as they visit a 
farm and a pottery factory, meet other 
citizens, and watch Greek youths taking 
the ephebic oath 
LC card Fi A 59-200 

LIFE IN NORWAY. Dowling 1958 llmin sd 
color $110 

el-Jh-ad Guide 

Activities of the people in this most 
northern of European countries. Marketing at 
the port of Stavanger, deep-sea fishing, build- 
ing ships, farming and raising sheep, families 
skating and skiing, and an evening at home 
during the winter of long nights 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3859 

LIFE IN THE ALPS (AUSTRIA). Coronet 1958 
llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 

el-Jh Guide 

Explains that haying, gardening, lumber- 
ing, and particularly grazing are activities that 
fill the lives of people living on the high slopes 
of the Austrian Alps, and that the seasonal 
movement of cattle and sheep from lower pas- 
tures to higher grazing lands indicates that 
the farmers have worked out a successful pat- 
tern of agriculture in a difficult and challeng- 
ing Alpine terrain 

LC card Fi A 58-1145 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3893 



LEVERS. NET 1957 15min sd b&w (Uncle 
Wonder's workshop ser) rent $3 

p-el 

Produced by WCET 

Explains how levers work. Illustrates 
with a seesaw, hammer, and screw driver. 
Shows how levers make the lifting of heavy 
objects easier 

LIBRARY RESEARCH IN HIGH SCHOOL. 

Kugler 1959 lOmin sd color $125 

Jh-sh 

Suggests techniques to facilitate the use 
of the encyclopedia, the dictionary, the card 
catalog, the "Reader's guide," and the pam- 
phlet file. Briefly explains the construction of 
Dewey Decimal classification numbers, and 
describes the parts of a book 

LIFE IN A .CUBIC FOOT OF AIR. Coronet 
1958 llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Explores the life in a cubic foot of air 
taken from the air around us, examining 
various living forms such as yeast plants, 
molds, bacteria, amoeba, and pollen grains. 
Microscopic views of these plants and animals 
show something of their structure and life 
processes. Describes the composition of air and 
non-living matter in it 

LC card Fi A 59-151 

LIFE IN A POND. NET 1956 30min sd b&w 
(Discovery II ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 
Produced by WGBH 
^^r^ .Describes the living things that make up 
life in a Pond. Shows close-ups of insect 
}^U^^' * n^o"usks . and invertebrate animals 
Which form a chain of life in a water com- 
munity. Tells how to set up a pond aquarium 

"-'"^et' V^d^'^'^'" ^''^^^^ « «""'>• Core 
el-sh Guide 
Titles are: 

^^^?nior^?i.f?<P^^T,^^^-13V2min b&w $75, 
color $137.50. Follows the activities of a 
+^Si?,^iv, Athenian family in 440 B.C. 
through the story of a young boy and a 



LIFE IN THE CITY 

In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 



LIFE IN THE SEA. EBF 1958 llmin sd b&w 
$60, rent $2.50; color $120, rent $4 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Divides sea life into three groups — the 
plankton, the bottom dwellers, and the free- 
swimming animals. Describes the inter-rela- 
tionship of plants and animals under the sur- 
face of the sea in providing a chain of food 
and maintaining a delicate balance of life 
LC card Fi A 58-455 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3816 



LIFE LINES. MichStU 1957 26V2min sd 
(County agent ser) b&w $100, rent apply; 
color $200, rent apply 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Capital Films 

Review of the progress in animal breeding 
research which is developing new types of dairy 
cattle, hogs and chickens 



LIFE OF A TREE. NET 1956 30min sd b&w 
(Discovery II ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by WGBH 

Uses the cross section of a tree stump 
to explain the events in the life of a tree. 
Tells how insects, weather, hurricanes, and 
urbanization affect the life of a tree. Illustrates, 
through experiments, how a tree lifts great 
quantities of water high in the air 

^"^^ ^f^T^THE, SPADEFOOT TOAD. Tenn 
Game&Fish 1958 13min sd b&w or color 
(World outdoors ser) purchase apply, free- 
loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Relates the hazardous life of one of our 
V}^^^ secretive toads. An introduction to thf 
World outdoors" series 



LIFE ON OTHER WORLDS 

In DOCTORS IN SPACE (13 fllmsi 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



LIFE'S BUILDING BLOCKS. NET 1956 30min 
sd b«&w (Discovery II ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 
Produced by WOBH ^ . , 

Depicts and explains plant and animal 
cells. Discusses the basic content and struc- 
ture of cells. Shows how cells differentiate and 
function as members of larger units — ^tissues 
and organs 

LIFT THINE EYES. NorthwestU 1959 20min 
sd b&w $50, free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Sponsored by Evanston Hospital School of 
jN"u,rs'infir 

Describes the life and training of a 
student nurse, particularly the curriculum, 
facilities and distinctive characteristics^ of .the 
Evanston (111.) Hospital School of Nursing. 
Follows one girl through classes, duties on 
the wards, specialized training, dormitory life, 
recreation, and graduation exercises 

LIFTING SHADOWS. NatFuneral 1956 20min 
sd b&w $50, rent $7.50 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Film Arts 
A documentary on the history of the 
funeral service from pagan times to the present 
LC card Fi 56-309 

LIGHT. NET 1957 15min sd b&w (Uncle Won- 
der's workshop ser) rent $3 

p. el 

Produced by WCET 

Explains principles of light. Shows why 
there is daylight and darkness. Discusses s'peed 
and reflection oH light 

LIGHT— AS YOU LIKE IT. SuperElec 1959 
24min sd color purchase apply, free-loan 

8h-c-ad 

Produced by Transfllm , . 

Using the principles of stage lighting 
as its theme, depicts ways in which home 
lighting can be made more beautiful, econom- 
ical and healthful via the use of new devices, 
styles and ideas. Briefly traces theatre lighting 
from the past to the present day 



LIGHT ON DEMOCRACY. FedPost 1958 28min 
sd color free -loan 

sh-ad 

Shows the value and importance of civil 
service and the agencies of the Federal Gov- 
ernment to America today. In a series of 
dramatized incidents, numerous criticisms of 
government agencies are answered and the 
value and function of the agencies is explained 

LC cai^d Fi A 58-3347 



LINGUISTICS SCIENCE AND THE TEACH- 
ING OF READING 
In LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS (13 
films) 

LIQUID AIR (2 films). NET 1956 ea 30min sd 
b&w (Tempest in a test tube ser) rent ea 
$4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by KQED 
Titles are: 

LIQUID AIR: LOW TEMPERATURE. Shows 
properties of liquid air. Illustrates the 
effect of liquid air on grapes, rubber, 
cloth, and flowers. Demonstrates and de- 
fines the Fahrenheit, centigrade and ab- 
solute scales of temperature. Discusses 
the manufacture of liquid air 

LIQUID AIR: PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL 
PROPERTIES. Continues the discussion 
of liquid air by explaining its physical 
and chemical properties. Points out the 
density and boiling point of the com- 
ponents of liquid air. Illustrates the 
effect of liquid air on lead and mercury 

LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE OF OUR IIVI- 
MIGRANT KINFOLK 
In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 Aims) 

LITTLE ANIIVIALS. Dowling 1959 llmin sd 
color $110 

p-el Guide 

Establishes the concept that many tiny 
creatures of the insect world are animals just 
as a kitten or a dog is an animal. Children in 
the yard discover how such insects, like larger 
animals, can feel, move about and get food 

LITTLE ROCK AND WORLD OPINION. World 

1957 29min sd b&w (Your world in crisis 
ser) $80, rent $8 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Metropolitan Educational 
Television Assn. 

Discussion Of world reaction to Little 
Rock, Ark., and the influence of world opinion 
on race relations in the United States and the 
Union of South Africa. Participants: Mrs Vera 
M. Dean, Ted Poston, Vincent Roberts 

LIVING AND NON-LIVING THINGS. Coronet 

1958 llmin sd b&w $55, color $100 

p Guide 

Explains the five basic differences be- 
tween living and non-living things by showing 
how a young boy, in observing his dog and fish, 
plants, clouds, rocks, and other phenomena, 
recognizes characteristics which distinguish the 
two great groups 

LC card Fi A 57-1039 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3743 

LIVING PAGE 

In PROSPECT OF LITERATURE (8 films) 



LIGHT UPON THE EARTH. Vavin 1958 
13i^min sd b&w $35. free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Also available in Spanish version 

Sponsored by Reader^'s Digest Assn. 

Discusses the contribution of Louis Braille 
to sightless people throughout the world. De- 
scribes the activities of the American Printing 
House for the Blind, and shows how their 
products are used by blind people 

LC card Fi A 59-257 



LIGHT: WAVES OR BULLETS 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 



LIGHTNING AND ELECTRICITY. NET 1957 
15mln sd b&w (Uncle Wonder's workshop 
ser) rent $3 

p-el 
Produced by WCET 

Explains lightning and its characteristics. 
Tells why lightning is first seen Jthen followed 
by thunder. Shows how lightning produces 
Bound waves 



LINGUISTIC APPROACH TO LANGUAGE 
LEARNING 
In LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS (13 
films) 



LIVING ROOIVI IN THE VOID 

In DOCTORS IN SPACE (13 films) 

THE LOBSTER. NET 1956 15min sd b&w 
(Frontiers of the sea ser) rent $3 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by University of Miami 
Discusses the two main types of lobsters 
used for food: the northern lobster and the 
spiny lobster. Presents the life history of the 
spiny lobster and shows areas in which they 
are found. Shows the technique used in catch- 
ing lobsters and the processes involved in pre- 
paring them for marketing 

LOCK AND TAG. Calvin 1957 23min sd color 
$156, free-loan 

ad 

Sponsored by E.I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Co. and Atomic Energy Commission 

Explains that when equipment is being 
repaired, energy used to operate that equip- 
ment must be isolated from it and shows this 
isolation procedure. Justifies a mechanic's in- 
tense personal interest in his plant's lock and 
tag procedure 

LONELY ISLAND. AustrlNews 1956 6%min 
sd color $85. rent $2.50 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Strange animal and bird life of Antarctica 



45 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



LONG STRIDE. ChurchWorld 1958 29min sd 
b&w $35. rent $8 

ad 

Produced by Film Productions. Interna- 
tional 

A study of the refuse© problem in 
Europe, Hohr Kong, the Near East, and Korea. 
Shows the conditions under which the refugees 
live in these areas, making an urgent appeal 
for aid 

LC card Fi A 58-478 

LOOK AT MID-CENTURY AMERICA. Neu- 
bacher 1958 16min sd color $150 

sh-c-ad 
A mid -twentieth century panorama of 
scientific achievements in new sources of 
power, super highways, architecture, automatic 
machinery, research and city rehabilitation 

LORD BERTRAND RUSSELL. EBF 1958 
30min sd b&w (Wisdom ser) $150, rent $5.50 



Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by NBC 

Bertrand Russell, 



Lord 



philosopher, 
mathematician, and winner of the 1950 Nobel 
prize for literature, talks about his eighty years 
of changing beliefs and unchanging hopes 
LC card Fi A 58-1135 

LOYALTIES. NET 1956 SOmin sd b&w 
(Measure of man ser) rent $4.75 

c-ad 

Produced by KQED 

Presents one view of loyalty and its im- 
portance in the measure of man. Considers 
martyrdom, the relationship of loyalty to 
prejudice, and loyalty as self- protection. Ques- 
tions which loyaJties are the most important 

LUBBER AFLOAT. See BOATING SAFETY 

LUCKY YOU. Coca-Cola 1958 17i^min sd color 
free-loan 

p-el 
Produced by Jam Handy Organization 
Uses live photography and animation to 
show safety practices at home, at school, and 
at play 

LC card Fi A 58-1199 



LUFTWAFFE 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 



MACHINES HELP US. Bailey rev 1959 llmin 
sd b&w $60. rent $3; color $110, rent $5 

el-Jh Guide 

Revision of film "What are machines" 
Produced by Paul Burnford Productions 
Introduces basic premises necessary to 

understandmg our mechanical age through a 

series of three questions: What is a machine? 

How do we get machines? How have machines 

changed our way of living? 

MACKINAC. ISLAND OF RENAISSANCE. 

Moral 1956 29min sd color $150. rent $7.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Describes the commitment, conviction and 
hard work on the part of individuals, labor 
unions and industry that created the modern 
traming center in the Western hemisphere for 
the ideology of freedom 

MADONNA IN THE WORLD OF ART. NET 

1956 30min sd b&w (World of art ser) rent 
$4.75 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by WQED 

Discusses the olace of "The Madonna" 
In pamtmg and sculpture. Uses prints to ex- 
plain the many ways of representing this 
theme. Illustrates important points with sculp- 
tured madonnas and other religious works 

MAGAZINES TO TRANSPARENCIES. Florida 
StU 1958 12min sd color $90, rent $2 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows how classroom teachers can make 
inexpensive slides from magazine illustrations 



MAGIC HIGHWAY U.S.A. Disney 1959 29min 
sd color lease $250. rent apply 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Shows how the early settlers used foot- 
paths and game trails for travel which de- 
veloped into wagon roads. Depicts the problems 
of travel in the early automobiles and the 
highway congestion of today. Portrays the 
highways of the future 

MAGNIFICENT MINIATURES. MiniaPrec 1957 
24min sd color free-loan 

c-ad Guide 
Describes the manufacture and applica- 
tion of miniature bearings — from dental hand- 
pieces to air-to-air missiles. Shows how minia- 
ture bearing components are produced and in- 
spected, and how the assembled bearings are 
tested 

MAID IN BERMUDA. NatCotton 1957 9%mln 
sd b&w free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

The 1957 Maid of Cotton visits Bermuda 
and models her all-cotton wardrobe at the 
Castle Harbor Hotel 

MAIL IN MOTION. NatPostal 1956 13V4min sd 
b&w $26.20, free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Explains the important function of the 
Postal Transportation Service, emphasizing the 
skill and knowledge required of postal trans- 
portation clerks 

LC card Fi A 56-574 

MAKE YOUR INFLUENCE FELT (PARLIA- 
MENTARY PROCEDURE). Christoph 1957 
30min sd b&w $30 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Jack Denove 

Explains simple parliamentary procedure 
by questions and answers; also an interview 
of a labor union president telling of the need 
for interest and participation in meetings 

MAKING A DECISION. McGraw 1958 7min sd 
to&w (What do you think ser) $50 

Jh-sh-ad 

^ Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Teen-agers often resent being told what 
they ought to do, but have they the resources 
for making their own decisions? Puts the ques- 
tion up to them in a situation calculated to 
rouse discussion 

LC cards No. Fi A 58-422; 696 

EFLA evaluation cards No. 3494; 3819 



MAKING CONVERSATION. 

12V6min sd color free -loan 



BellTel 1958. 



Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by Audio Productions for West- 
ern Electric Co. 

How the telephone is manufactured and 
the part it plays in the American community 

MAKING IDEAS AVAILABLE TO PEOPLE 
In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITY (22 films) 

MAKING SENSE WITH OUTLINES. Coronet 
1958 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 

el-Jh Guide 

A planned visit to a fruit farm is used 
in teaching a class to organize questions in 
outline form. Explains reasons for a breakdown 
of the subject matter into major topics and 
sub -topics with the proper lettering and punc- 
tuation 

LC card Fi A 58-756 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3711 

MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR FACE. Coro- 
net 1958 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 

Jh-sh Guide 

Explains that beauty begins with certain 
basic health habits — proper diet, rest, and good 
skin care. Points out the importance of nair 
styling and the careful use of make-up. stress- 
ing that hair styles should be selected on the 
basis of what is best for the individual and 
that lipstick, eye make-up, and powder should 
be used sparingly 

LC card Pi A 58-3361 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



MAN AND THE MOON. Disney 1959 20min sd 
color lease $200, rent apply 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Describes the physical conditions prevail- 
ing on the moon. Dr Wernher Von Braun ex- 
plains the design of a space ship for a trip 
around the moon. Shows a theoretical voyage 
around the moon and back to the earth 

MAN BENEATH THE SEA. Guild 1956 26y2min 
sd b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

'Man's progress to perfect the equipment 
to breathe, work and photograph in the water; 
early headgear, diving bells, then the com- 
pressed air gear, the Halium- Oxygen Lusitania 
gear, and finally the modern SCUBA gear 

MAN FROM MISSOURI. Asbestos 1958 14min 
sd color free -loan 

ad 
Produced by Hartley Productions 
Shows home builders contemporary archi- 
tectural uses of asbestos-cement siding and 
its application techniques 

MAN IN FLIGHT. Disney 1958 33min sd color 
(iScience -factual ser) lease $300, rent $12 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Depicts the early significant experiments 
of the ancient Chinese, Leonardo da Vinci, 
and of the aeronautical pioneers of France, 
Elngland. and the United States. Shows the 
successful efforts of the Wright Brothers and 
the exploits of those who followed. Stresses 
the impact of World War I on the rapid 
progress in aviation and concludes with the 
latest planes of the jet age 

LC card Fi A 58-363 

MAN IN THE BLUE KEPI. Sterl-MovUSA 
1957 15min sd b&w (Algerian portfolio ser) 
free -loan 

c-ad 
Sponsored by Robert W. Schofleld &. A.s- 

A tour through modern Algeria following 
a civil worker as he helps mold the country 
into a new and modern nation 

MAN IN THE PEACE TOWER. CanNFB 1958 
lOmin sd b&w $40 

el-Jh-sh-ad 

Robert Donnell, carilloneur in the Peace 
Tower of the Canadian Parliament in Ottawa, 
plays the carillon 

MAN OF AMERICA. McGraw 1958 27min sd 
b&w (Perspective ser) $125 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Story of the "campesinos," tin miners of 
the arid Altiplano area of Bolivia, who (through 
the help of the International Labor Organiza- 
tion) are being relocated on the fertile plains. 
Records the physical and psychological struggle 
involved in transplanting a people to a new re- 
gion and way of life 

LC card Fi A 57-999 

MAN OF THE SOIL 

In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

MAN ON THE ASSEMBLY LINE 
In NATURE OF WORK (6 films) 

MANAGERS OF THE SEA. NET 1956 15min sd 
b&w (Frontier* of the sea ser) rent $3 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by University of Miami 
Discusses the significance of sea products 
In the total picture of natural resources. Ex- 
plains the control of fish sources and methods 
of improving fishing. Compares conservation 
management of the sea with conservation farm- 
ing on land 

MANNERS ABOARD. See BOATING SAFETY 

MANNERS IN PUBLIC. McGraw 1959 llmin sd 
b&w $60, rent apply; color $125, rent apply 

p-el Guide 

Produced by Centron Corp. 

A young girl learns about good manners, 
including how to behave on the bus, in the ele- 
vator, in the theater, and on the sidewalks 

LC card Fi A 59-67 



MAN'S ASPIRATIONS AND HIS FREEDOM 
TO ATTAIN THEM 
In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITY (22 films) 

MAN'S NEEDS 

In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITY (22 films) 

MANUFACTURING REINFORCED PLASTICS. 

Carbor 1956 13i/^min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Covers the present day methods of manu- 
facture for fiberglass polyester resins products. 
Included are: auto underbodies. boots for con- 
vertibles, sports car tops, tire housings, boat 
hulls and decks, fishing tackle, bows, rocket 
shipping containers, and others 

MAPLE SYRUP^ WisU 1956 12y2min sd b&w 
rent 50c 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. of 
Agriculture (USDA) 

Shows gathering maple sap, the boiling 
down and processing of the syrup 

MARCEL DUCHAiyiP. EBF 1958 30min sd b&w 
(Wisdom ser) $150, rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

Marcel Duchamp, the French-born artist, 
discusses his paintings, theories, and ideas 
which have contributed to making America 
conscious of modern art 

LC card Fi A 58-636 

MARDI GRAS IN NEW ORLEANS. Guided 
Tour 1957 l^y^min sd b&w or color free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Hertz Rent-A-Car 
Excitement, color and gaiety of the Mardi 

Gras, along with a tour of New Orleans and the 

city's French Quarter 

MARINE BORERS. NET 1957 15min sd b&w 
(Frontiers of the sea ser) rent $3 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by University of Miami 
Describes the research being conducted 
to control the economic damage done by the 
shipworm and tne fribble. Shows methods of 
capturing andT handling shipworms and gribbles 
for laboratory study. Shows the life cycles of 
these wood- boring creatures 

MARINE CORROSION. NET 1956 15min sd 
b&w (Frontiers of the sea ser) rent $3 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by University of Miami 
Discusses the heavy loss of metallic ma- 
terials from corrosion by sea water. Explains 
the eleetrochemical processes with respect to 
difCerenf metals. Describes methods used to 
protect metal parts of ships from corrosion 

MAR IN ELAND. Guild 1956 26%min sd b&w 
(Kingdom Qf the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Visits the Oceanarium at Palos Verde. 
Calif. Shows curators feeding their fish and 
the training of the circus porpoises 

MARKETING IN MEXICO. Fairweather 1958 
20min sd color $150, rent $15 

sh-c-ad 

Describes the characteristics of upper, 
middle and lower class consumers; buying 
psychology; the role of the wife, husband and 
maid in buying practices; distribution and ad- 
vertising methods and trends; and marketing 
strategy with a low but rising standard of 
living 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3646 



MARKETING QUALITY EGGS. KansasAg 
1957 lOmin sd color $55. free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Shows how good ef!:^ quality is main- 
tained, what esp: grades mean, and how eggs 
are weighed, candled, and cartoned 



47 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



MARYKNOLL BROTHER. WorldHor 1957 
29min sd b&w $50. free-loan; color $155, 
free- loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Maryknoll Fathers 
Story of a younpr policeman from the 
city streets of New York who finds a dynamic, 
positive solution to the ills of the world in a 
vocation as a Maryknoll Brother 

MARYMOUNT OF PALOS VERDES. Riviera 
1958 21min sd color free-loan 

el-Jh-sh.c-ad 

Sponsored by Marymount School of Palos 
Verdes 

Describes the aims and activities of an 
elementary and hish school of the private 
type 

LG card Fi A 58-3308 

MASK. Brandon 1956 lOmin sd color $120. 
rent $10 

sh-c-ad 
One-man show in the commedia dell'arte 
tradition. American mime Salvatore Guida 
plays all roles. Harlequin, Columbine. Pierrot 

MASKS IN THE WORLD OF ART. NET 1956 
30min sd b&w (World of art ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WQED 

Discusses masks as a form of art ex- 
pression, how they are made, and their uses. 
Shows authentic masks, their characteristics 
and how they are used in religious rites, 
ceremonial festivals, and the theater. Demon- 
strates the makinff of a mask in clay, papier 
mache. and bent cardboard 

MATTER OF LIVING. FedJewPhil 1958 28min 
sd b&w purchase apply, free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Available in 18min version 

Describes the scope and variety of serv- 
ices offered by the 116 medical and social 
welfare agencies in the Federation of Jewish 
Philanthropies of New York. Shows the many 
different ways in which troubled, disturbed, 
and handicapped people, from birth to old 
age, are helped to meet problems of living 

LC card Fi A 59-320 

MEALTIME MANNERS AND HEALTH. 

Coronet 1957 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 

p-el Guide 

A young boy learns that there is more 
to good mealtime manners than the simple 
courtesies at the table, and finds that making 
mealtime pleasant for others is essential to 
being well liked, to easy and natural table 
manners, and to health 

LC card Fi A 57-831 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3524 



MEANING OF ARCHAEOLOGY 
In HERITAGE VII (5 films) 



MECHANISM— KINEMATICS. PurdueU 1957 
21min si color rent $3.75 

c-ad 
A selection of animated toys in action 
demonstrating some of the basic ideas involved 
in the study of mechanisms 

MEDICINE OF FLIGHT 

In DOCTORS IN SPACE (13 films) 

MEN OF TOMORROW. Sterl-MovUSA 1957 
15min sd b&w (Algerian portfolio ser) 
free -loan 

c-ad 
, Sponsored by Robert W. Schofield & As- 

Describes the struggle to provide school- 
mg for Algeria's children despite the ravages 
of terrorist raiders 

MEN, SPEARS^ & SEA. Guild 1956 26%min sd 
b&w (Kmgdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p.ei-Jh-sh-c-ad 

csu Depicts the sea sport of spearfishing. 
Shows how a 450 pound bass is caught and 
close UPS of divers and their eauipment 



METAL SCULPTURE IN THE WORLD OF 
ART. NET 1956 30min sd b&w (World of 
art ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WQED 

Discusses the use and adaption of metal 
as an art form. Explains how new metals 
have created a challenging material for the 
sculptor. Shows the use of simple tools in 
creatmg different types of metal sculpture 
from rod. wire, sheet, and mesh 

METALS INFORMATION CENTER OF TO- 
MORROW. WestResU 1957 14min sd color 
free-loan 

c-ad Guide 

,, X Sponsored by American Society for 
Metals 

Describes in laym^i's terms the Amer- 
ican Society for Metals — Western Reserve 
University machine literature searching ac- 
tivities in the field of metallurgy 

LC card Fi A 58-3339 

METHODS OF ENSEMBLE SINGING 
In OPERA FOR TODAY (6 films) 

METRIC SYSTEM. Coronet 1958 llmin sd 
b&w $60. color $110 

Jh-sh Guide 

Discusses the history of the metric sys- 
tem and its uses today, illustrating the basic 
units. Compares English and metric units, 
and demonstrates the advantages of computa- 
tions in the metric system 
LC card Fi A 58-1140 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3782 

METROPOLIS IN MOTION. Assn 1959 28min 
sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Available only in states of N.Y.. N.J., 
and lower Conn. 

Sponsored by Triborough Bridge and Tun- 
nel Authority and Port of New York Authority 

Story of New York City — bustling metrop- 
olis whose pulsebeat is transportation, its blood- 
stream the subways, trains, airlines and buses 
that keep it on the move 

LC card Fi A 59-472 

MEXICAN OLLA MAKERS. Bailey 1959 9min 
sd color $100, rent $5 

el-Jh-ad Guide 

Shows how Mayan Indians live, how they 
make the ollas (clay jars) and how they trade 
them for the necessities of life. Stresses the 
idea that a primitive industry has retained its 
importance in modern times 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3863 

MICHIGAN— AUTUMN WONDERLAND. Mich 
Tour 1956 26i^min sd b&w free-loan 

ad 

Scenic tour of Michigan in the fall. Shows 
hunting, fishing, sightseeing, riding, picture- 
making and touring among the vacation ac- 
tivities 

MICROORGANISMS: BENEFICIAL ACTIVI- 
TIES. IndU 1958 15min sd b&w $75, rent 
$3.75; color $150, rent $5.50 

sh-c Guide 

Contrasts various related activities of 
microorganisms. Indicates by animation, that 
only a small number of all microorganisms are 
harmful, while much greater numbers are 
beneficial or essential. Shows the means 
whereby microorganisms produce changes in 
their environment and cause the formation of 
new substances 

LC card Fi A 59-25 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3680 

MICROORGANISMS: HARMFUL ACTIVITIES. 

IndU 1958 15min sd b&w $75, rent $3.75; 
color $150, rent $5.50 

sh-c Guide 

Presents some of the methods developed 
^^o? ^^Ki^^^^^P"' against disease and against un- 
desirable decomposition of foods. Through 
animation. explains how bacteria produce 
enzymes and toxic waste products which may 
cause disease and decomposition 

LC card Fi A 59-26 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3681 



48 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



MICROSCOPIC LIFE: THE^WORLD OF THE 
INVISIBLE. EBP 1958 14min sd b&W $75, 

rent $3 . ... « .^ 

el-Jh Guide 

Describes forms of microscopic life com- 
monly found in a jar of ordinary pond water. 
Identifies each plant and animal by name, end- 
ink with a series of scenes of diatoms, tiny 
plant forms of unusual beauty. Time-lapse 
shows the reproduction of a desmid. another 
one -celled plant 

LC card Fi A 58-456 

MID-EAST PROFILE. B&FComm^ 1958 JSmiii 
sd b&W purchase apply, rent $8; color pur- 
chase apply, rent $12 

ad Guide 
Produced by Film Productions Interna- 
tional for Commission on Missionary Educa- 
tion. National Council of Churches 

Explores the powerful and conflicting 
forces at work in the Middle East . and surveys 
the opportunities open to Christian missions 
to help form a revitalized society. Filmed in the 
Middle East , .„..„« 

LC card Fi A 58-1180 

MIDNIGHT RIDE OF PAUL REVERE. Coronet 

1957 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 

el-Jh Guide 

Recreates the events of Longfellow's poeni 
"Paul Revere' s ride" from the belfry steps of 
the Old North Church to the battle of Concord 
LC card Fi A 57-1026 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3525 

MIGHTY FORTRESS IS OUR GOD. Miller- 
Wood 1957 14min sd color $140 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Scenic essay of America's natural beauty. 
Entirely without narration, set to an all-Bach 
musical score 

MILE TO EL DORADO. Assn 1958 27min sd 
color free -loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Willard Pictures for Reynolds 

IVf 6t!£Lls Co 

How* one of the world's richest oil deposits 
was discovered one mile straight down beneath 
the waters of Lake Maracaibo. Reveals the 
beauty of the Venezuelan countryside and cities 
and shows how oil production has enriched this 
once-impoverished nation 

LC card Fi A 59-404 

MILESTONES OF PROGRESS. See LOOK AT 
MID-CENTURY AMERICA 

MILITARY DIPLOMACY. NET 1956 29min sd 
b&W (America looks abroad ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WTTW 

Analyzes the role of servicemen as "diplo- 
mats in uniform." Discusses their great in- 
fluence on the political affairs of the world, 
both in time of peace and of war 

MILITARY PRECAUTIONS FOR PREVENT- 
ING WAR 
In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITY (22 films) 

MILLER GRINDS WHEAT. Bailey 1958 llmin 
sd b&W $60, rent $3; color $110, rent $5 

p Guide 

Produced by Lawbetts Productions 
Two children and their grandmother visit 
a nearby mill which produces stone -ground 
flour. Explains how flour was ground in earlier 
days. Shows the whole process of modern mill- 
ing 

LC card Fi A 59-539 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3820 

MIMEOGRAPHING TECHNIQUES. Bailey 1958 
15min sd b&w $75. rent $5: color $150. rent 
$7.50 

sh-c-ad Guide 
Demonstrates the complete process of typ- 
ing a mimeograph stencil. Shows how to use 
both the hand and electric mimeographs. Sug- 
gests ways mimeographing may be used ef- 
fectively 

LC card Fi A 59-469 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3682 



MINERALS FROM THE SEA. NET 1956 
15min sd b&w (Frontiers of the sea ser) 
rent $3 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by University of Miami 
Discusses the nature of the mineral con- 
tent of sea water. Shows the actual proportional 
amounts of the ma.ior elements and compounds 
taken from ten gallons of salt water. Explains 
the processes used in obtaining common table 
salt and magnesium from the sea 

MINNESOTA: STAR OF THE NORTH. First 
Nat-Minn 1957 26min sd b&w free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

A portrait of Minnesota, describing its 
natural resources, its beauty, its people, its 
industry, and its strong economic future 

LC card Fi A 58-3315 

MIRACLE IN JAVA. UNFlm 1957 28i^min sd 
b&w $65. rent apply 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Describes the United National Technical 
Assistance programme in Indonesia. Shows co- 
operation with World Veterans Foundation in 
physical rehabilitation. Story of American doc- 
tors contribution to local programme 

LC card Fi A 57-1132 

MIRACLE KITCHEN. ModernTP 1957 13%min 
sd b&w free- loan 

ad 
Produced by Wilding Picture Productions 
for Whirlpool -Seeger Corp. 

Presents the electronic kitchen of tomor- 
row, complete with models of appliances that 
are only a few yeprs away from production-line 
reality 

MIRACLE OF OUR LADY OF FATIMA (ex- 
cerpt). TFC 1958 lOmin sd color rent apply 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Classroom excerpt from the feature fllm 
of the same title by Warner Bros. Sponsored by 
Catholic Audio-Visual Education Assn. 

Dramatizes three of the apparitions of the 
Blessed Virgin to the children of Fatima. She 
foretells World War II and the rise of com- 
munism, urges prayer for the conversion of 
Russia and reveals the Miracle of the Sun 

MIRACLE OF THE BULB. FilmsNat 1958 15min 
sd color free -loan 

c-ad 

Sponsored by Associated Bulb Growers of 
Holland 

Time-lapse reveals the life-cycle of the 
Dutch spring bulb flowers: crocus, daffodil, hy- 
acinth and tulip. Original orchestral score is 
integrated with the rhythmic movements of 
growth to tell the story with a minimum of 
narration 

MISS SILHOUETTE GOES TO THE FAIR. 

ModernTP 1958 15min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by Joel Holt Productions 
Tour of the Brussels World's Fair, Shows 

American and Russian exhibits and all the other 

sights 

MISSING WITNESS. Davis.Sid 1958 lOmin sd 
b&w $60. color $120 

sh-c-ad 

Points up responsibility of witnesses to 
make themselves available in order to help po- 
lice and accident victims — also how important 
it is for teen agers to drive extra carefully 
in order to avoid stigma attached to their driv- 
ing habits 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3821 



MR AND MRS ROBIN'S FAMILY. Coronet 1957 
llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 

p Guide 

The story of a robin family from early 
spring to late fall. Mr and Mrs Robin raise two 
groups of fledglings. Reveals how the family's 
activities follow the seasons, their daily habits, 
and their recreation 

LC card Fi A 57-1031 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3528 



49 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



MR PUMP TAKES HEART. AmHeart 1957 5min 
sd b&w $15 

ad 
B&w abridKment of 1954 release "Pump 
trouble" 

Produced by United Productions of Amer- 

Covers the points of the original film, 
corecting common misconceptions about heart 
disease and showing the folly of self- diagnosis 

MOBILIZING AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES, 
In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITY (22 films) 

MOBILIZING ECONOMIC RESOURCES 

In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITY (22 films) 

MODELING THE PORTRAIT ,^„ ,.^ ^. , 
In VISITS WITH A SCULPTOR (10 films) 

MODELS, MOLECULES, and MATHEMATICS 
In SCIENTIFIC METHODS (13 films) 

MODERN MEXICO. Fairweather 1958 20min sd 
color $150. rent $15 

sh-c-ad 

Surveys Mexico's geography and history 
briefly; reviews main segments of economy 
(agriculture, manufacturing, etc.). government 

Solicies, and impact of changes on upper, mid- 
le and lower classes: describes chief aspects 
of social evolution (religion, family, etc.) 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3647 

MOLECULES IN MOTION (EXPLAINING 
MATTER). EBP 1958 llmin sd b&w $60, 
rent $2.50 

el-Jh Guide 

Correlated with Ginn & Co. series "Sci- 
ence today and tomorrow" 

Companion to film "Atoms and mole- 
cules" 

Presents the molecular theory of matter, 
showing how the molecular theory explains the 
three states of matter and how it can explain 
pressure in a gas 

LC card Fi A 59-141 

MOLECULES TO MISSILES. Rohm-Redstone 
1958 lOmin sd color free-loan 

c-ad 
Describes the research and developmert 
of solid propellants from laboratory synthesis 
of new compounds through preliminary evalua- 
tion and process scale-up, to testing and use in 
large rocket motors. Includes special laboratory 
equipment and indicates career possibilities 

MONEY TREE. ModernTP 1956 17%min sd 
color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Assn. of Mutual Savings 
Banks of Massachusetts 

What would a $10 gold piece buried in 
1816 be worth today — if it had been saved in 
a bank? Explains the important role of sav- 
ings banks in America's economy and how 
compound interest makes savings grow — just 
like a "money tree" 

MONUMENTAL SCULPTURE 

In VISITS WITH A SCULPTOR (10 films) 

MOON AND HOW IT AFFECTS US. Coronet 
1958 llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 

el-Jh Guide 

Telescopic motion pictures and photo- 
graphs show the seas, craters, and mountain 
ranges of the moon; explains eclipses, the 
moon's phases, and its effect on the earth's 
tides, and gives information about the moon's 
distance, size, and movement in relation to the 
earth 

LC card Fi A 58-852 

MORE THAN JUST STEEL. ModernTP 1956 
24min sd color free-loan 

c-ad 

Produced by Wilding Picture Productions 
for Armco Steel Corp. 

Story of the development and manufac- 
ture of special -purpose steels and their role in 
the American way of life. Tells how consumer 
products are conceived and the factors that are 
involved in their manufacture to fill the needs 
of the consuming public 



MORE THAN WORDS. Strauss 1959 15min sd 
color $185 

c-ad Guide 
Deals directly with communications be- 
tween people. Shows how to get better accept- 
ance and understanding from others as well as 
how to give the same to others 

MOSAIC EXPERIMENTS. IntFlmBur 1958 
20min sd color $195. rent $12.50 

el-Jh-sh-ad 

Deals with the mosaic techniques and 
basic elements, and creative aspects as found 
in smalti. tesserae, and Blenko glass. Shows 
the possibilities of using bathroom tile, broken 
glass, buttons, pebbles, and stones — and points 
out how commercially available elements can 
be used in new ways. Shows how mosaic sculp- 
ture is made 

LC card Fi A 59-85 

MOTHER CAT AND HER BABY SKUNKS. 

EBF 1958 llmin sd b&w $60, rent $2.50; 
color $120. rent $4 

p-el Guide 
The story of a mother cat who had 
adopted three orphaned baby skunks and 
raises them with her own kittens 
LC card Fi A 58-643 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3895 

MOTHER DEER AND HER TWINS. EBF 

1958 llmin sd b&w $60. rent $2.50; color 
$120. rent $4 

p-el Guide 
The story of twin fawns from the age of 
two days through a year, showing how the 
mother deer cares for her babies, how they 
meet danger, and how the fawns learn to care 
for themselves 

LC card Fi A 59-216 

MOTILITY IN PARENT-CHILD RELATION- 
SHIPS. NYU 1959 40min sd b&w (Motility 
ser) $125. rent $7 

c-ad 

Focuses on the important role of motility 
in the development of interpersonal relation- 
ships in the first year and a half of life. Reci- 
procity between parent and child, involving 
modes of motility, is the main theme. Matura- 
tional aspects are also considered 

MOTION STUDY ON THE JOB. lowaU 1958 
25min sd b&w $75. rent $4 

sh-c-ad Guide 

Examines in detail work methods of 
twelve jobs, ranging from punch press opera- 
tion in a factory to a slipsheeting job in con- 
nection with an office duplicator. Shows how 
production was increased in each case bjf the 
application of method- improvement techniques 

LC card Fi A 58-963 

MOTORING MOOD. Radiant 1956 4V2min sd 
b&w or color (France for fun ser) free- 
loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Depicts the French countryside by car 

MOUNTAIN HOLIDAY IN SWITZERLAND. 

SwissTour 1956 18min sd color rent $2 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Expert climbing to the Finsteraarhorn 
peak in the Bernese Oberland, 14,000 feet, 
crossing glaciers; descent by rope and other 
scenes 

MOUNTAIN MIRACLES. Word 1956 40min sd 
color rent $1.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

A comprehensive view of life at all three 
Word of Life Camps — ^the Ranch for boys and 
girls 7 to 13, the Island for youth 13 to 25. and 
the Inn for families 

MOUNTAIN SPRING. AustrlNews 1957 lOmin 
sd color $85, rent $2.50 

el-Jh-sh-c 

iSpringtime in an Australian desert 
mountain range 

MOUNTAIN WATERS. Moyer 1958 16min sd 
color $150 

Jh-sh 

A study of water storage in the Cascade 
Range of Washington State. Shows Lake 
Chelan, and Bonneville Dam 

EFLA evaluation card No, 3746 



50 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



MOVING THINGS ON LAND. Churchill 1968 
llmin sd b&w $S0, rent $2.50; color $100, 
rent $4 

el-Jh Guide 

Correlated with the Heath Elementary 
science text by H. and N. Schneider 

Two young boys encounter the trouble- 
s-ome problem of friction when they try to 
drag a heavy crate. They learn how various 
devices can be used to reduce friction, and how 
friction is used in everyday life. Includes a 
dramatized sequence showing what life would 
be like in a frictionless world 

'L.C card Fi A 59-291 

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS IN SICKNESS AND 
HEALTH. NatMultScl 1958 27min sd color 
$110, free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Describes multiple sclerosis, how it oc- 
curs, its effect upon a community, and what is 
being done to conquer it 

MULTIVIEW DRAWING. PurdueU rev 1958 
32min sd b«&w $135, rent $3.75 

sh-c-ad 

Demonstrates with models the proper 
way to represent an object by means of three 
orthographic views. Shows use of the iscale 
for making measurements and use of T-square 
and triangle for constructing views; method 
of transferring a measurement from one view 
to another, of constructing the third view by 
projecting from the other 

MURDER ON THE SCREEN. Eastman 1958 
22min sd color lease $75, free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Calvin Co. 

Explains the need for care in the hand- 
ling of release prints in order to prevent need- 
less damage to the film. Describes fllm-hand- 
ling procedures and techniques starting witJi 
the green" print and the need for film lubri- 
cation, then on through projection, cleaning, 
and inspection 

LC card Fi A 59-263 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3822 

MUSIC AND ART (3 films) 

In MUSIC AND THE RENAISSANCE (10 
films) 

MUSIC AND LITERATURE (2 films) 

In MUSIC AND THE RENAISSANCE (10 
films) 

MUSIC AND THE CHURCH (2 films) 

In MUSIC AND THE RENAISSANCE (10 
films) 

MUSIC AND THE COURT (3 films) 

In MUSIC AND THE RENAISSANCE (10 
films) 

MUSIC AND THE RENAISSANCE (10 films). 

NET 1957 ea 30min sd b«&w rent ea $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WQED. Kinescopes 
Musical performances are provided by 
the Saturday Consort 
Titles are: 

1. MUSIC AND ART: ITALY. Compares Ital- 

ian paintings on musical subjects with 
music of contemporary composers of Italy 
during the Renaissance 

2. MUSIC AND ART: GERMANY. Compares 

German paintings and engravings of the 
Renaissance with contemporary music of 
the period 

3. MUSIC AND ART: THE NETHERLANDS. 

Compares Flemish and Dutch painting® 
dealing with musical subjects and con- 
temporary music of the Renaissance 

4. MUSIC AND THE COURT: THE ENG- 

LISH COURT OF ELIZABETH I. Com- 
pares the music during the reign of Eliz- 
abeth I with the social and economic 
conditions prevalent at the time 

5. MUSIC AND THE COURT: THE GER- 

MAN COURT OF MAXIMILIAN I. Com- 
pares the music during the reign of Max- 
iimilian I with the social, economic, and 
political life prevalent at the time. Music 
includes "Ode on the death of Maximil- 
ian," by Ludwig Senfl 



6. MUSIC AND THE COURT: THE BUR- 

GUNDIAN COURT OF PHILIP THE 
GOOD. Compares the music of the Bur- 
gundian Court of Philip the Good witii 
the social, economic, and political life 
of the period 

7. MUSIC AND THE CHURCH: THE RO- 

MAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Discusses 
music in the Catholic Church during the 
Renaissance 

8. MUSIC AND THE CHURCH: THE PROT- 

ESTANT CHURCH. Discusses the music 
composed and played during the time of 
Martin Luther and the Protestant Re- 
formation 

9. MUSIC AND LITERATURE: POETRY. 

Discusses ithe relationship of poetry to 
music during the Elizabethan period. 
Describes the manner in which Byrd and 
Dawland set poetry to music 

10. MUSIC AND LITERATURE: THE MAS- 

QUE, Discusses the form of the masque 
with samples of music and dances. Con- 
centrates on the Lord Hayes' Masque 
by Thomas Campion 

MY FLORIDA LAND. Carey 1957 14V^min rid 
b&w or color free -loan 

sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Florida Land Title Assn. 

Two newlyweds decide to buy a home in 
Florida. Traces their purchase through realtors 
and explains the importance of title protection 
in Florida land transactions. Reviews history 
of Florida land development 

MY WATCH 

In IOWA READING FILMS (COLLEGE 
LEVEL) (15 films) 



NADIA BOULANGER— I-IV 

In HERITAGE XII (4 films) 



NAISSANCE D'UN PETROLIER. French 1956 
20min sd b&w rent $1 

sh-c-ad 

French narration 

The building, launching and first trip of 
a 45,000 ton tanker showing the Penhoet ship- 
yards, the new techniques and equipment used 
m shipbuilding, the inside of the new tanker, 
etc. 

NARCISSUS, OEDIPUS, AND CRIME 
In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL POLICY (6 

films). NET 1956 ea 29min sd b&w rent ea 
$4.75 

sh-ad 

Produced by Agrafllms 

Titles are: 

1. TOO MUCH IS PLENTY. Explains the 

farm surplus problem. Shows how and 
why surpluses arise. Provides alterna- 
tives which might solve the problem. 

2. WHO PAYS THE BILL? Discusses who 

pays for price supports under the dif- 
ierent kinds of programs. Explains the 
impact of alternative programs 

3. (SURPLUS AND A HUNGRY WORLD. Re- 

views a trip to Washington, D.C., taken 
by a group of high school seniors and 
their advisor. Points out new insights 
gained concerning the role of the United 
States in world affairs. Emphasizes the 
United States agricultural policy 

4. SO MANY WITH SO LITTLE. Presents 

a family vacation camping trip in the 
southeast. Upon meeting a low-income 
farm family, they examine the causes 
and solutions to the extreme poverty of 
major portions of the farm population 

5. PAY NOW— EAT LATER. Explains con- 

servation practices on the farm. Tells 
what conservation is, how much is need- 
ed, and who should pay the cost 

6. TO MARKET, TO MARKET. Discusses 

who gets the money that is represented 
by the spread between farmers and con- 
sumers. Questions are answered by a 
store manager; businessmen at a civic 
club luncheon; and by a speaker at the 
luncheon 



51 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



NATIONALISM (2 fli'ms). NET 1958 ea 30min 
sd b&w (World we want: 1958 sea*) rent ea 

sh-ad 

Produced by New York Herald Tribune. 

Kinescopes 

Part 1. Teenagers from Argentina, France, 
Morocco, and Denmark discuss national- 
ism as a constructive force in world 
affairs. Deals primarily with nationalism 
as a road to freedom or war 

Part 2. Continues the discussion of national- 
ism as a constructive force in world 
affairs. Teenagers from Indonesia, Japan, 
Lebanon, and the United Kingdom pre- 
sent their views on colonialism and 
Western foreign policy in the Middle 
East 

NATIVITY OF JESUS CHRIST. UW 1957 
20min sd color $200 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Religious Films 

Uses the paintings of Memlinc, van der 
Goes, David, and other Flemish masters to tell 
about the Nativity of Jesus. Accompanied by 
a choir singing choral music of the 15th cen- 
tury 

LC card Fi A 58-811 

NATURAL GAS FOR APPALACHIAN MAR- 
KETS. ModernTP 1958 23min sd color free- 
loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Farrell & Gage for New 
York State Natural Gas Co. 

Describes the growth of a large gas com- 
pany, showing the development of underground 
gas storage pools, the various methods used in 
drilling gas wells, and how pipelines are laid 

LC card Fi A 59-300 

NATURE OF THE ENEMY. AmHeart 1958 
SOmin sd b&w (Decision for research ser) 
$80, free-loan 

sh-c-ad 
Kinescope 

Discusses methods of finding out the 
makeup of certain streptococci, which are re- 
sponsible for rheumatic fever. Shows how 
streptococci is grown for study, how it is 
concentrated, and how the shells or mem- 
branes are removed for special study of Pro- 
tein M, which resists destruction by white 
blood corpuscles 

NATURE OF WORK (6 films). McGraw 1958 
ea SOmin sd b&w ea $135 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Titles are: 

1. THE CLERK. A study of man and his job. 

Conflict for a clerk with dull, repetitive 

desk work between what he wants from 

his job and what his job wants from 

him 

LC card Fi A 58-986 

2. DEPARTMENT MANAGER. The change 

in a man who has moved up the ladder 
from creative work, which he enjoyed 
and in which he excelled, to managerial 
work for which he was not cut out 
LC card Fi A 58-993 

3. GENERAL FOREMAN. The conflict for the 

"man in the middle" — subjected to pres- 
sures from above and below, divided be- 
tween loyalty to the enterprise and to the 
men under him 
LC card Fi A 58-995 

4. MAN ON THE ASSEMBLY LINE. The as- 

sembly-line worker who ultimately pays 
the price for the benefits associated with 
our modern mass production 
LC card Fi A 58-996 

5. SKILLED WORKER. Considers the dis- 

placement of the skilled worker by the 

machine 

LC card Fi A 58-1003 

6. VICE-PRESIDENT. Looks at the man in 

authority in the light of what his status 
does to him. Often the attainment of a 
senior position involves not only the ac- 
cruing satisfactions not held before, but 
the sacrifice of many earlier ones 
LC card Fi A 58-1006 

NATURE vs THE LABORATORY 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 



NAUTILUS ARCTIC PASSAGE. Auton 1959 
14V2min sd b&w $26, free-loan; color $60, 
free -loan 

ei-Jh-sh-c-ad 
A documentary of the U.S.S. "Nautilus" 
feat of crossing the North Pole submerged from 
Hawaii to England in the summer of 1958. 
Shows under side of polar ice pack and Nau- 
tilus crew welcome in New York 

NEIGES. French, 1956 20min sd b&w rent apply 
sh-c-ad 

French narration 

The pleasures of winter in the French 
Alps, starring ski- champion Emile Allais, and 
acrobatic comedian Maurice Baquet. Shows 
skiinsT at night with torches, and the highest 
ski and passenger lift in Europe 

NEIGHBOR TO NEIGHBOR. AmRedCross 195S 
18min sd b&w $15, rent $5 

c-ad 

Sponsored by Shell Oil Co. 

Describes the points which a typical Red 
Cross volunteer campaign worker should keep 
in mind when he calls on his neighbors to ask 
their support of the Red Cross, explaining that 
as a well-informed volunteer he is a vital link 
between the neighbors who give and the neigh- 
bors who are helped by Red Cross services 

LC card Fi A 58-592 

NEW DAY IN SAMOA. NZealEmb 1958 20min 
sd color free-loan 

jh-sh-c-ad 

In Western Samoa Islands, Polynesian in- 
habitants are, with New Zealand aid, rapidly 
assuming control of their own affairs. Shows 
tribal elders in traditional council, children 
singing in school, and women roofing a house, 
exports of copra, cocoa and bananas, ancient 
capital Mulinu'u, and children dancing under 
the palms 

NEW DOCTRINE 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 

NEW DRUG FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF 
ACUTELY DISTURBED STATES. Wyeth 
1956 40min sd b&w or color free-loan 

ad 

Illustrates successful clinical experience 
in treating the agitated psychotic, the alcohol- 
ic, and the drug addict undergoing withdrawal 
symptoms 

LC card Fi A 57-544 

NEW FACES OF AFRICA. B&FComm 1959 
29min sd b&w rent $8, color rent $12 

sh-c-ad Guide 

Documents modern Africa's surge toward 
independence. Representative Africans who are 
making significant contributions to the emerg- 
ing Africa interpret their convictions as they 
relive their experiences 

NEW GUINEA PATROL. AustrlNews 1958 
43min sd color $275, rent $7.50 

jh-sh-c-ad 

Account of exploration of unknown coun- 
try and tribes' first contact with white men 

NEW IMMIGRANT 

In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

NEW LIFE FROM OLD— REPRODUCTION. 

NET 1956 30min sd b&w (Discovery II ser) 
rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 
Produced by WGBH 

Presents a simple, scientific way of help- 
ing young people grasp the basic concepts of 
reproduction. Illustrates, with the birth of a 
bat, how the early development of the young 
goes on inside the female 

NEW LIGHT FOR THE SILK SCREEN. Bali 
StTC 1958 lOmin sd color $90, rent $2.50 

sh-c-ad 
Explains how the carbon arc light is a 
part of the process of making photographic 
stencils for silk screen paintings. Details the 
making of a silk screen print. Shows samples 
of fabrics, greeting cards, and place mats 
created by the silk screen 



52 



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NEW LOOK ROOMS. Am Viscose 1956 5min sd 
b&w free -loan 

sh-c 

Shows the American Viscose rooms at the 
1956 National Home Furnishing Show held in 
New York. Points out the function of fresh 
ideas and originality in successful decoration 

LC card Fi A 57-611 

NEW NATION IN THE WEST INDIES (4 
films). McGraw-Hill 1959 ea 30min sd b&w 
ea $100 ,^ ^ 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Titles are: 

1. BACKGROUND TO FEDERATION. In- 

troduction to the recently formed Fed- 
eration of the "West Indies. Problems, 
hopes and aspiration of the ten Carib- 
bean island units who have pooled their 
resources in a common future 
LC card Fi A 58-743 

2. WEAKNESS INTO STRENGTH. Focuses 

on the people of the British West Indies 
— the multiracial groups whose origins 
are African. East African. Chinese. Eu- 
ropean. Amerindian — and shows their 
common effort to nurture their fledgling 
nation to success 
LC card Fi A 58-746 

3. RICHES OF THE INDIES. Surveys the 

economic situation in the British West 
Indies in the year of federation. Visits 
various islands in the Caribbean and 
shows the development programs being 
carried out to stimulate industry and all 
forms of production 
LC card Fi A 58-747 

4. RESPONSIBILITIES OF FREEDOM. An 

appraisal of the problems that face the 
people of the West Indies Federation as 
they take up the challenge of their new 
nationhood. Shows how the problems of 
over-population and a disparity of the 
ten member island units are being met 
LC card Fi A 58-745 

NEW ORLEANS HOLIDAY. NatCotton 1957 
7i^min sd b&w free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

The latest in vacation cottons for men 
and women. Filmed in historic sections of 
old New Orleans 



NEW WORLDS FOR THE BOOK 
In WRITTEN WORD (15 films) 



NEWSREEL. NatFd 1957 lOmin sd b&w free- 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows vaccine programs, hospital scenes. 
epidemic aid. and how the March of Dimes 
funds are spent 



NEXT TEN. ModernTP 1956 30min sd color 
free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Parthenon Pictures for 
Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp. 

Interviews the five key men who started 
the aluminum business of Kaiser Aluminum in 
1946. Tours the company's widespread opera- 
tions in many states 



NICE TIME. Contem 1957 19min sd b&w (Free 
cinema ser) purchase apply, rent $15 

c-ad 

Produced by British Film Institute 
A series of impressions of London on a 
Saturday night — particularly Piccadilly Circus 
where the amusements are centered 



NIGHT CHILDREN. McGraw 1958 27min sd 
b&w (Perspective ser) $125 

c-ad 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

A record of some of the calls received by 
the Children's Aid Society and how these ap- 
peals for help for neglected or abandoned 
children are dealt with 

LC card Fi A 57-456 



1954 to 1956 OUTSTANDING TENNIS 
MATCHES FROM U.S. & EUROPE. 

NatEdFlms 1957 30min sd b&w rent $10 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Telenews Newsreel 
Scenes of various tennis matches, show- 
ing Seixas, Trabert, Rosewall. Hoad, Gibson, 
Dupont. Fry. and others 
LC card Fi A 57-266 



1956 DAVIS CUP CHALLENGE ROUND. 

NatEdFlms 1957 45min sd b&w rent $25 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Ampol Petroleum. Sydney, 

Shows the 1956 tennis match between 
United States and Australian players at the 
Memorial Drive Stadium, Adelaide, Australia, 
in which the Australian team (Lewis Hoad 
and Kenneth Rosewall) defeated the United 
States team (Herbert Flam. E. Victor Seixas, 
Jr., and Samuel Giammalva) 5 to 

LC card Fi A 57-1062 

1957 ALL-STAR— NEW YORK GIANTS 
FOOTBALL GAME. ChiTrib 1957 40min sd 
b&w free- loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Highlights of the 24th annual All -Star 
Football Game 

1957 CHICAGO BEAR HIGHLIGHTS. Miller 
Brew 1958 28min sd b&w free-loan 

ad 

Produced bv Tel-Ra Productions 
Highlights of the Chicago Bears plays 
for 1957 

1957 MILLER HIGH LIFE OPEN. MillerBreW 
1958 28min sd color free-loan 

ad 

Produced by Tel-Ra productions , ^. 

Shows the nation's golf stars, including 
Sam Snead, Ken Venturi, and George Bayer 
in action as they compete for a share of the 
$35,000 purse offered in the Milwaukee tourna- 
ment 

1957 SERRA CONVENTION. Serraint 1957 
23min sd color free -loan 
c-ad 
Produced by Riviera Productions 
Report on the activities of the delegates, 
parents and children attending the 1957 con- 
vention of Serra International clubs held m 
LOS Angel^es^,^ ^. ^ ^^_^^^^ 



THE 1930'S 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 



^•^^^E^U^Ja^T.^^n'^^^N^^AMERICA SERIES 

(3 films) 

NITRIC ACID COMPOUNDS ANp.JHE NI- 
TROGEN CYCLE. Coronet 1959 ISVamin sd 
b&w $i05, color $192.50 

sh-c Guide 

Shows how nitric acid can be derived .in 
the laboratory and industrially. Describes its 
properties and some of the important uses of 
Si trie acid compounds in the. manufacture of 
explosives, paints, photographic chemicals and 
fertilizer. Shows the nitrogen cycle as part of 
the overall concept of nitrogen fixation, both 
by nature and by man 

LC card Fi A 59-386 

NITROGEN AND AMMONIA. Coronet 1959 
16min sd b&w $90, color $165 
sh-c Guide 
Examines the properties of molecular ni- 
trogen, and some of the simple compounds of 
nit?ogen, oxides, and nitrides. Shows how the 
compound ammonia is prepared, in the labora- 
tory and in industry, wliat its important prop- 
erties are, and examples of its many uses in 
fndustry, in the home, and its major use la 
ammonium compounds for fertilizers 
LC card Fi A 59-387 



53 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



NO MAN IS AN ISLAND. YWCA 1956 27mln 
sd b&w $25. color $62.50 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by International Fllna Founda- 
tion 

Depicts a fraction of the work of the 
YWCA in Germany, Lebanon, Japan and Greece 
which the American YWCAs have been helping. 
Illustrates the Christian purpose and practice 
of the YWCA wherever it is in the 70 countries 
in which it works today 

NO MARGIN FOR ERROR. IntBus 1967 5min 
sd b&w purchase apply, free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Pathe Pictures 

Depicts activities of the IBM Magnetic 
Tape Testing Center at Minneapolis where mag- 
netic tapes are tested, made perfect, and pack- 
aged under highest quality control conditions 
for reliable computer performance 

NO ONE ANSWER. BellTel 1957 23i^min sd 
b&w free -loan 

c-ad Guide 
Produced by Henry Strauss Productions 
Effect of formal and informal communica- 
tions on relationship between supervisor and 
employees 

LC cai^d Fi A 58-586 

NOBLE ROMAN LETTER 

In WRITTEN WORD (15 films) 

NON-OBJECTIVE SPACE IN THE WORLD 
OF ART. NET 1956 30min sd b&w (World 
of art ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WQED 

Discusses the changes in art, particularly 
in the field of sculpture, brought about by 
new materials and modern engineering. Uses 
photographs of bridges, fire escapes, buildings, 
etc. to illustrate the open-work build-up, thrust, 
and tensions that stimulate the artist's imagi- 
nation toward new and dynamic art forms 

NORTH AMERICAN NEIGHBORS. B&FComm 
1958 27min sd b&w purchase apply, rent $8; 
color purchase apply, rent $12 

ad Guide 

Produced by Dynamic Films 

Describes the hopes, the despairs, and 
the way of life of North America, exploring 
such subjects as poverty, superstition, illiter- 
acy, racial prejudice, disease, inadequate edu- 
cation, religious discrimination, changing pop- 
ulations, and other facets of human need that 
confront the church. Explores the work of the 
missions, including those in Alaska, Mexico, 
Haiti, and Puerto Rico 

LX: card Fi A 58-1179 

NORTH BY NORTHEAST. Princeton 1968 sd 
color (America on parade ser) free -loan 



sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Northeast Airlines 
visits the Maine lobster coast, Nantucket 
and Martha's Vineyard, Sturb ridge Village and 
other New England beauty spots served by the 
Northeast Airlmes 



NOT ASKED FOR. Health&Welf 1957 27min sd 
b&w $75. rent $15 

ad 

Produced by NBC for Child Welfare 
League of America 

A documentary about hard-to-place chil- 
dren needing adoption 

NOT LEFT TO CHANCE. IndU 1957 20min sd 
b&w $100, rent $4 

sh-c-ad 

A group of people in a role-playing situa- 
tion presents how concerted action in behalf 
of community projects can be achieved by a 
discussion of their common problems 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3783 



OBSERVATION AND EXPERIMENT 

In SCIENTIFIC METHODS (13 films) 

OBSERVATION AND EXPERIMENT 

In Off SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 



OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 films). 

NET 1956 ea 30min sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

sh-ad 
Produced by WGBH. Kinescopes 
Titles are: 

1. OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS— INTRO- 

DUCTION. Introduces the series and 
shows excerpts from other programs in 
the series. Illustrates with experiments 
and mathematical problems the kind of 
thinking essential to the study of science 

2. NATURE vs THE LABORATORY. Uses 

demonstrations of falling objects to ex- 
plain how laboratory experiments help 
in understanding nature. Discusses the 
work of Galileo and Newton. Illustrates 
how basic laws of science are arrived at 
through laboratory experiments 

3. OBSERVATION AND EXPERIMENT. Dis- 

cusses the significance to science of ob- 
servation and experimentation. Demon- 
strates with experiments the difference 
between observation and laboratory ex- 
periments. Shows and explains early sci- 
entific apparatus used in developing nat- 
ural laws of science 

4. IS THE EARTH A PLANET? Explains how 

man discovered that the earth is a planet. 
Discusses the work of Copernicus and 
Galileo in arriving at this conclusion. 
Demonstrates the principles involved in 
the construction of early telescopes 

5. BIRTH OF A NEW PHYSICS. Explains 

the physics of motion developed by Galileo 
and Newton. Compares the earlier con- 
cepts of Aristotelian physics with that of 
the newer principles. Tells how scientists 
have arrived at an understanding of all 
motion 

6. SCIENCE AND COMMON SENSE. Dis- 

cusses the relationship between science 
and common sense. Demonstrates the 
validity of the theory that "nature abhors 
a vacuum." Conducts experiments with 
water and mercury barometers to show 
the relationship of atmospheric pressure 
to the development of a newer theory 

7. LARGE AND THE SMALL. Shows how 

man has learned to measure quantities 
beyond his sight and grasp. Uses dia- 
grams to explain how the size of the 
earth was discovered in classical times. 
Examines modern problems of extreme 
scale including the universe and size of 
viruses 

8. DISTANCE TO THE SUN. Illustrates basic 

concepts of solar measurement. Explains 
the use of parallax in finding the scale 
of the universe. Demonstrates how to find 
the distance to the moon and sun 

9. SIZE OF THE UNIVERSE. Discusses the 

size and arrangement of the universe. 
Defines light minutes, light hours, and 
light years. Charts the universe of galax- 
ies and plots the size of the universe 

10. AGE OF THE UNIVERSE. Explains the 

age of the universe. Discusses the age 
of the earth, composition of the milky 
way, how stars are formed and cosmic 
development. Points out the difference 
between mechanical and evolutionary 
changes in the universe 

11. SCIENCE AND QUANTITY. Discusses the 

importance of numerical measurement in 
the progress of science. Uses experiments 
from physics, chemistry, and astronomy 
to_ show how a quantitive approach to 
science aids in understanding. Presents a 
brief history of the evolution of mathe- 
matics in science 

12. BUILDING UP A NEW THEORY. Uses 

experiments to explain how a new theory 
in science replaces an old one. Relates 
the methods used by Count Rumford to 
disprove the caloric theory of heat 

13. PURE SCIENCE AND APPLIED SCI- 

ENCE. Explains how an understanding 
of pure science can lead to applied sci- 
ence. Demonstrates this relationship by 
reviewing a theory of heat and how it 
led to a number of inventions: smokeless 
fireplaces, pressure cookers, and drip- 
style coffee pots 

14. SCIENCE AND NON- SCIENCE. Explains 

the differences between scientific and 
non-scientlfic endeavor. Examines var- 
ious areas such as flying saucers, astrol- 
ogy, and weather prediction to point out 
how these problems are approached from 
a, scientific and non-scientific point of 
view 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



15. ARE SCIENTISTS DOGMATIC? Showa 

ihow scientists arrive at facts. Explains 
how and why scientists often give the 
impressions of being too sure of their 
knowledge of the universe. Discusses 
the importance of numerical statements 
in science 

16. ARE ATOMS REAL? Discusses i^e reality 

of atoms and their importance in under- 
standing the physical universe. Uses ani- 
mation to explain what hsuppens to atoms 
during thermal agitation. Demonstrates 
the audible reality of atoms with a 
Geiger counter 

17. LIGHT: WAVES OR BULLETS. Explains 

the differences between the wave theory 
and corpuscular theory of light. Explains 
ithe difficulty science has had in providing 
a satisfactory theory of light. Uses cloud- 
chamber photographs to reconcile the 
two theories of light 

18. LARGE EFFECTS OF SMALL CAUSES. 

Demonstrates principles which govern 
catalysis. Explains the difference between 
organic and inorganic catalysis. Tells 
how man's conception of catalystic re- 
actions has changed through the years 

19. SCIENCE AND WHOLE NUMBERS. Ex- 

plains the role of whole numbers in un- 
derstanding the organization of the phy- 
sical universe. Uses non-mathematical 
props, such as rock crystals, to point up 
the arithmetic nature of basic discoveries 
in science 

20. EARTH HISTORY. Shows how scientists 

reconstruct the past history of the 
learth's surface. Discusses and demon- 
strates how wind, water, glaciers, earth- 
quakes, and volcanoes act as forces in 
changing the face of the earth 

21. RESEARCH IN DEPTH. Explains how 
I the geologist discoveris what lies beneath 

the earth's surface. Shows how earth- 
quakes provide information about the 
interior construotion of the earth 

22. WHY SCIENCE WORKS. Demonstrates 

with numerical measurement and equa- 
tions how science grows from the imagi- 
nation and power of man to reason. In- 
spects methods and judgments of science 
and their application to technology 

23. UNITY OF SCIENCE. Explains how the 

distinction between pure and applied sci- 
ence has lost much of its meaning. 
Points out how physics and chemistry 
have merged together into the physical 
sciences. Briefly discusses the rise and 
importance of bio -physics and bio -chem- 
istry 

OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS— INTRO- 
DUCTION 
In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 

OF SUCH IS THE KINGDOM. WorldWide 
1956 25min sd b&w rent $10 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by World Vision 

Opens with Korean reconstruction and 
describes the people's flght for survival and a 
return to some semblance of normality. High- 
lights the Harry Holt Korean orphan story, 
telling something of this Oregon farmer's trip 
to Korea in behalf of the mixed -blood children 

OFF THE BROILER 

In KITCHEN SERIES «2 (6 films) 

OFF THE ICE 

In KITCHEN SERIES iZ (6 films) 

OFF THE SHELF 

In KITCHEN SERIES #2 (6 films) 

OFF THE SPIT 

In KITCHEN SERIES i2 (6 films) 

OFF THE TOP 

In KITCHEN SERIES $2 (6 films) 

OFFICE SUPERVISORS' PROBLEMS (6 
films). McGraw 1958 ea Smin sd b«&w ea 
$65, color ea $125 

c-ad Guide 

Produced by Calvin Co. 
Titles are: 
BRIGHT YOUNG NEWCOMER. By failing to 
properly channel the initiative of a new 
worker, the supervisor is presented with 



an unpleasant ultimatum by his senior 

clerk. Asks, "What could the supervisor 

have done to avoid friction among his 

staff?" 

LC card Fi A 69-56 

FOLLOW- THROUGH. Dramatizes the prob- 
lem that arises when a supervisor fails 
to adequately explain ithe operation of a 
new ofnce machine and returns to find 
trouble on his hands and an important 
deadline missed. 
LC card Fi A 159-59 

GRAPEVINE. An erroneous report that two 
office workers are going to be replaced 
by new computing machines spreads and 
disrupts the entire organization. Asks, 
"How can you keep rumors from getting 
started?" 

LC card Fi A 59-61 
iBFLA evaluation card No. 3823 

HOW MUCH COOPERATION? A supervisor 
asks special cooperation and overtime 
work of his staff. What seems to be a 
lack of cooperation on his part backfires 
several days later. Questions, "What do 
you think cooperation is?" 
LC card Fi A 59-62 

IN THE MIDDLE. The supervisor is caught 
in the middle, between an upset staff 
and a critical boss, when he arranges a 
transfer for one of his experienced work- 
ers 
LC card Fi A 59-63 

PROMOTION BY-PASS. When a younger em- 
ployee is promoted over him, the older 
employee decides to quit despite his talk 
with the supervisor. Points up the super- 
(visor's problem in breaking disappointing 
news to an employe© 

^OFFICE WORK SAMPLING DEMONSTRA- 
TION. Chance 1959 22min sd b&w $89. free- 
loan 

c-ad 

Simulates five days of work sampling 
through random observations of office operation 

OIL AND GAS WELL CORROSION. TexasU- 
Petr 1956 26i^min sd color $265 

c-ad 

Sponsored by Tretolite Co. 

Explains the basic principles of electro- 
chemical corrosion and the theoretical considera- 
tions of organic inhibitors used for control. 
Emphasis is on field applications of the in- 
hibitors to control down-the-hole corrosion 

OKEFENOKEE INTERLUDE. Ford 1958 28min 
sd color (By way of adventure ser) free- 
loan 

Jh-sh-ad 
A New England family doctor and his 
wife take a boat trip through the Okefenokee 
Swamp, Florida. Shows the swamp's vast areas 
of sunlight and shadow and glimpses of tropical 
birds and animals 

OLYMPIC RAIN FOREST. Classroom 1956 
llmin sd color $100, rent apply 

el-Jh-sh-ad Guide 

Produced by Dale Petite 

Locates and explains the heaviest rain- 
fall in the United States and shows the result- 
ing rain forest of Olympic National Park. Ex- 
plains the role of rotting logs, lichens, mosses, 
and animals in the life cycle of the forest 

O'MARA'S CHAIN MIRACLE. GenMot 1958 
llmin sd b&w free -loan 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Jam Handy Organization 
O'Mara the cop didn't know he was start- 
ing a miracle when he failed to give a motorist 
the rough side of his tongue one day. How it 
happened provides a good lesson in the courtesy 
of human friendliness 

LC card Fi A 58-943 

ON GUARD. IntBus 1957 13min sd color pur- 
chase apply, free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sequel to "Count ermeasures." Treats the 
more recent developments in the SAGE project, 
including film on the Display-scope and the 
airborne computer BRANE 



55 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



ON IMPACT. Ford 1956 14min sd b&w free- 
loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Information Productions for 
American Medical Assn. 

Shows a ne wapproach to automobile safety 
that can prevent injury to a half-million per- 
sons annually. Contains a report from the auto- 
mobile crash injury research project at Cor- 
nell University Medical College on the effective- 
ness of new automobile safety devices 

ON THE GREEN. NatEdFlms 1958 18min sd 
color $250, rent $20 
ad 
Sponsored by United States Golf Assn. 
Covers all rules on the green. Photo- 
graphed at the Mid -Ocean Club in Bermuda 

ON THE ISLAND OF TAVEUNI. Moyer 1957 
17min sd color (South Pacific ser) purchase 
apply 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Story of the largest privately owned copra 
plantation in the South Seas, — that of the Rood 
Tarte family on the island of Taveuni 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3683 

ON YOUR FEET. Avis 1958 lOmin sd color 
$100 

el Guide 
A young boy who wears the wrong shoes 
on a hike goes to the doctor for treatment and 
is given instructions in foot care, including a 
list of "do it yourself rules" for everyday care 
of the feet 

LC card Fi A 59-30 

ONCE UP-ON A BICYCLE. Davis.Sid 1958 
llmin sd b&w $60, color $120 
el Guide 
The bicycle rider of today is likened to 
the automobile driver of tomorrow. Shows how 
to keep a bike in good condition, traffic laws 
and regulations, and how to ride correctly and 
safely 

ONCE UPON A CARPET. AmViscose 1956 5min 
sd b&w free-loan 

Jh-sh-c 
Produced by Hartley Productions 
Instructs on day-to-day as well as long- 
range carpet care and includes suggestions for 
efficient housekeeping 

LC card Fi A 57-612 

ONE DAY'S POISON. CanNFB 1958 30min sd 
b&w $120 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Describes the work of the poison control 
center at the Toronto Sick Children's Hospital, 
using dramatized incidents to illustrate the 
variety and number of accidental poisonings 
among children 

LC card Fi A 58-965 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3899 

ONE IS TOO MANY. Rarig 1957 27i^min sd 
color $175. rent $6 

sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Pacific Coast Assn. of Pulp 
& Paper Manufacturers 

Story of the joint management labor 
safety program in the Pacific Coast pulp and 
paper industry. Tells how each individual is 
affected by and is responsible for the mainte- 
nance and improvement of the program 

OPEN WINDOW. IntFlmBur 1957 18min sd 
color $195, rent $12.50 
c-ad 

Sponsored by Governments of Belgium, 
France, Luxembourg, Netherlands, and the 
United Kmgdom 

A journey through the countryside of the 
above five lands as their great painters have 
seen it during five centuries of the development 
of landscape painting 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3479 

^'^^.'^JI^^oi/'^'^'^T, l"^ HAWAII. KaiserAlum 
1967 12i^min sd b&w free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by All- Scope Pictures 
Combines a symphony and native talent 
to provide opening night" entertainment in 
the worlds first stressed skin aluminum dome. 
Details the principles and the method of con- 
struction employed in the design and erection 
of this aluminum auditorium 



OPERA FOR TODAY (6 films). NETT 1956 ea 
2'9min sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

c-ad 

Produced by WQED-TV 
Titles are: 

1. OPERA IN ENGLISH. Boris Goldovsky de- 

scribes his basic philosophy of opera in 
English and assesses the future of opera 
in the United States. Shows the produc- 
tion techniques encountered in transform- 
ing an original opera into English. Elabo- 
rates upon the steps involved in operatic 
production 

2. LANGUAGE OF MUSIC. Illustrates the need 

for close attention to the language of 
the musical score in understanding opera. 
Shows through musical examples the de- 
vices used by composers to indicate mean- 
ings which are not musical in nature 

3. STAGING THE OPERA. Describes the fun- 

damental relationships existing between 
music staging, and words in the success- 
ful and meaningful production of an 
opera. Stresses the importance, on the 
part of the stage director and the actors, 
of understanding the language of music 
in arriving at staging procedures 

4. ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS OF OPERA. 

Discusses various techniques used in 
translating original operas into English. 
Stresses tne relationship which exists be- 
tween a knowledge of the English lan- 
guage and a knowledge of music in 
achieving good translation 

5. OPERATIC STORIES. Relates the signifi- 

cance of the stories of major operatic 
works as they apply to contemporary sit- 
uations. Points out that operas are us- 
ually written for specific audiences, thus 
making it possible to concentrate on 
major aspects of the story • 

6. METHODS OF ENSEMBLE SINGING. De- 

scribes various staging techniques used 
in effective ensemble singing. Supplements 
the discussion with demonstrations show- 
ing the importance of synchronization be- 
tween music, singing, and acting 

OPERA IN ENGLISH 

In OPERA FOR TODAY (6 films) 

OPERATIC STORIES 

In OPERA FOR TODAY (6 films) 

OPERATION OF THE BELL AND HOWELL 
SOUND PROJECTOR. IntFlmBur rev 1957 
llmin sd b&w $55, rent $3 

Jh-sh-c 

Revision of 1951 film "Ojperation and care 
of the Bell & Howell sound projector" 

Describes the proper use and essential 
care of the Bell and Howell filmosound pro- 
jector 

LC card Fi A 59-352 

THE ORCHIDS. NET 1956 30min sd b&w (Dis- 
covery II ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by WGBH 

Close-ups show how the orchid differs 
from simpler flowers and explains their devices 
and traps for attracting insects to insure cross - 
pollination 

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY. NET 1956 30min sd 
b&w (Tempest in a test tube ser) rent $4.75 

jh-sh-ad 

Produced by KQED 

Surveys the field of organic chemistry. 
Explains why a whole field of study is devoted 
to carbon and its compounds, and how carbon 
compounds differ from other comi>ounds 

ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES. 

NET 1956 29min sd b&w (America looks 
abroad ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WTTW 

Describes the organization of American 
States and appraises its effectiveness. Dis- 
cusses United States-Latin American relations 
and considers how they can be improved 

OTHER CITY. AmCancer 1957 22i^min sd color 
free -loan 

ad Guide 
Uses Racine, Wis., to symbolically depict 
the tragedy of the 75,000 who die needlessly of 
cancer each year. Shows how Racine becomes 



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A. silent city without life. Illustrates the con- 
trast between a cycle of orderly growth and 
nature unruly and without order. Portrays the 
seven danger signals of cancer 
LX: card Fi A 57-249 

OTTAWA, CANADA'S CAPITAL. CanTrav 1958 
14min sd color free -loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Depicts Ottawa in tulip time. Explores 
the many beauty spots in and around the city 
and shows how Ottawa has made use of ats 
many natural endowments to develop a unique 
capital city. Includes views of the grounds and 
interiors of the Parliament Buildings and of 
embassies and legations; provides descriptions 
of the House of Commons, the Senate Chamber, 
and the Peace Tower 

LC card Fi A 58-3357 

OUR FAMILY WORKS TOGETHER. Churchill 
1958 llmin sd (Family relations ser) h&w 
$50, rent $2.50: color $100. rent $4 
p-c-ad Guide 
Produced by Argus Films 
Because the children fail to do their share 
in the rush of getting ready, the family week- 
end trip has to be called off. The following 
week the preparations are a success as the 
family plans ahead, works together and each 
one does his .iob 

OUR FAMILY WORKS TOGETHER. Coronet 
1958 llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 
p Guide 

Shows a young brother and sister as they 
help around the house and prepare for a sur- 
prise for their father. Stresses the importance 
of the family's playing together and working 
together to make the home a pleasant place 
in which to live 

LC card Fi A 58-3360 

OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films). NET 1957 
ea 29min sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by New York University 
Titles are: 

1. CASTLE GARDEN. Presents the historical 

background of immigration in the United 
States prior to 1850. Discusses Castle Gar- 
den, New York landmark, from its begin- 
nings as a fort to its final use as an im- 
migration depot 

2. REASONS WHY. Explains why immigrants 

came to the United States. Discusses re- 
ligious, political, and economic factors as 
they affected immigration. Shows how 
American promotional schemes and immi- 
grants in this country influenced others 
to come to the United States 

3. THE CROSSING. Pictures the scene at the 

port of embarkation for immigrants com- 
ing to colonial America. Attempts to con- 
vey the thoughts and feelings of immi- 
grants as they awaited the sailing, after 
they were on board, and just before land- 
ing on strange shores 

4. TO LINK A NATION. Shows the develop- 

ment of canals in America and describes 
the role of the immigrant in building 
them. Tells of the hardships, low wages, 
accidents, and deaths of the immigrants. 
Discusses the westward expansion due to 
the new canals 

5. HELL ON WHEELS. Explains the reasons 

for the coming of the railroads, how they 
were financed, the type of men who built 
them, and the troubles with the Indians 

6. BY THE GRACE OF GOD. Discusses the 

importance of America as a religious 
haven for those who suffered persecution 
in Europe. Describes the growth of re- 
ligious groups, their significance, and the 
church as a service and welfare organi- 
zation 

7. MAN OF THE SOIL. Describes the fron- 

tier progression of the United States eco- 
nomic and agricultural progress, and im- 
migrant contributions to these develop- 
ments. Dramatizes the change on the 
frontier in the 1840's from a wild, un- 
settled land into farmland and cities 

8. BUILDING AN AGRICULTURAL EMPIRE. 

Discusses the role of the immigrant 
farmer in the agricultural expansion of 
America beyond the Mississippi. Explains 
how the farmers solved such problems as 
housing, and water, prairie fires, cyclones. 
Indians, and grasshoppers 



9. BLOOD. SWEAT. AND COAL MINES. 

Points out the role of the immigrant in 
the development of the mining industry. 
Discusses the conditions under which the 
miners worked and the effects of mining 
as an economic power in the 19th century 

10. IMMIGRANT CRAFTSMEN. Tells how im- 

migrant craftsmen contributed to the eco- 
nomic growth of America. Explains the 
need for skilled artisans. Demonstrates 
the spice grinder and a yarn winder, prod- 
ucts of the 19th century 

11. TRIUMPH OF MASS PRODUCTION. Ex- 

plains the importance of the immigrant 
in American industry and mass produc- 
tion. Discusses the conditions under which 
the immigrant laborers worked. Gives a 
brief history of Andrew Carnegie, a Scot- 
tish hnmigrant 

12. IMMIGRANT AND AMERICAN SCIENCE. 

Considers the contributions made by im- 
migrants to science and invention. Pre- 
sents biographical sketches of Dr Samuel 
Waxman, John H. Audubon. Louis Agas- 
siz. Donald McKay and other noted im- 
migrant scientists and inventors 

13. GREAT OUTDOORS. Presents the story of 

the immigrant contributions to the logging 
industry in the great Northwest. Explains 
why the Scandinavians came to this coun- 
try. Describes general life in a lumber 
camp 

14. IMMIGRANT SERVES HIS COUNTRY: 

THE CIVIL WAR. Points out the immi- 
grant s role in the War of 1812. the Mex- 
ican War. and the Civil War. Drama- 
tizes the reasons for immigrant enlist- 
ments. Concludes by taking the immi- 
grant soldier through Indian warfare, the 
Spanish-American War. and both World 
Wars 

15. GROWTH OF THE CITY. Discusses the 

relationship between the immigrant and 
P.^ ®.y,?lV^*°"^ ^f urban America in the 
late 1880 s. Describes the expansion of 
such cities as New York, Pittsburgh, 
Cleveland, and Chicago. Points out the 
forces that drew the immigrant to the 
cities 

16. LIFE IN THE CITY. Discusses the prob- 

lems confronting immigrants in ad.iusting 
to life in the city. Compares the bright 
side of city life, which the wealthy en- 
joyed, with the life led by the immigrants, 
Describes how immigrants gathered in 
particular nationality areas resulting in 
cities within cities" 
^^- ^^MJgS^NTS AND POLITICAL MA- 
CHINES. Tells how local politics and 
politicians helped improve the immigrants' 
way of life. Discusses the role of the im- 
migrant in "Jacksonian democracy," ma- 
chine politics during Grant's term of of- 
fice, and the election of McKinley 

18. IMMIGRANT AS A POLITICAL LEAD- 

ER Tells of the political significance of 
such immigrants as Bourke Cockran, 
Charles A. Lindbergh, John P. Altgeld, 
^?^*i, C^^^l®? Schurz. Relates the story 
of the election of 1884 and the issues in- 
volved. Describes instances in which the 
immigrant vote measured in the results 
of many elections 

19. SEEDS OF NATIVISM. Presents the 

chapter in American history dealing with 
the friction between the native born and 
the immigrants. Portrays a typical na- 
tivist of the day. Closes with a discus- 
sion of the final decline of nativism 

20. LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE OF 

OUR IMMIGRANT KINFOLK. Explains 
how many cultures became one because 
?-i ^"^ immigrant impact on American 
life. Tells how the social novel became 
a feature of American literature. Dis- 
cusses the^ influence of the immigrant 
upon the American language 

21. LABOR MOVEMENT. Tells how unions 

developed as a result of the growth of 
industry Describes labor agitation, the 
Haymarket Affair, and their effects 
upon immigrants. Presents biographical 
sketches of important men who ■ played 
a part in the rise of labor unions 

22. NEW IMMIGRANT. Discusses the "new 

immigration" of people from southern 
and eastern Europe in the early part of 
the 20th century. Describes America in 
1907 and tells how the events of this 
year affected the immigrants. Explains 
how conditions in Europe accounted for 
much of tlie immigrant migration 



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OUR NATION'S ROOTS— Continued 

23. IMMIGRANT FAMILY IN AMERICAN 

LIFE. Portrays the problems faced by 
an immierrant Italian family livinff ^In 
New York at the besinnins of the 20th 
century. Stresses one family s view- 
point of America: its hopes, dreams, and 
fears 

24. FORCE IN AMERICAN CULTURE. 

Traces the immigrant cultural contribu- 
tion in music and food. Explains how 
the Germans introduced pipe organs in 
churches, formed orchestras, and sons- 
fests; how Irish folk tunes influenced 
western music; and how Italians brought 
opera to New Orleans 

25. FIRST GENERATION. Dramatizes the 

problems confronting the first generation 
children of an immigrant family. De- 
picts the conflict between a first genera- 
tion Polish -American and his father. 
Closes with a discussion of native born 
children of immigrant families and their 
influence in various fields of endeavor 

26. HERE AND NOW. Summarizes the 

precedin^r programs in the series. Traces 
the peak periods of immigration Ex- 
plains the need for immigrant labor in 
the building of canals ^ and railroads. 
Describes the American Museum of Im- 
migration to be built at the base of the 
Statue of Liberty 

OUR SENSES: WHAT THEY DO FOR US. 

Coronet 1958 llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 

el-Jh Guide 

Uses live photography and animation to 
show ways in which the five senses of the 
human body work alone and t9prether to make 
a person aware of surroundinsrs. how they 
serve to protect bodies, and how they in- 
crease enjoyment of living. Emphasizes pro- 
per care of the vital sense orsans and. dis- 
cusses aids for defective sight and hearing: 
LC card Fi A 58-851 ^ ^^ ^^^^ 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3784 

OUR STATE CAPITOL. See VIRGINIA'S 
CAPITOL 

OUR TEXAS HERITAGE. DavisProd 1959 
15min sd b&w $75. color $150 

el-Jh-sh-c 

Presents important Texas historical 
events from the Franciscan Missions to the 
early 1900's. Depicts the arrival of im- 
migrants with their various cultures, the 
Alamo battle, prospectors, ranching and oil 

LC card Fi A 59-462 



OUR WORLD. IntFlmBur 1957 18min sd color 
$175, rent $9 

el-c 

Explains how children learn about the 
world as they make a globe four feet in 
diameter. Shows how they continue to learn 
from the globe after it has been completed 
by visualizing the routes of explorers, bird 
migration, and customs and costumes of dif- 
ferent peoples „ ^ _ 

LC card Fi A 58-477 



OUT OF THE EARTH. IntMin 1957 28min ed 
color free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Depicts the diversified operations of In- 
ternational Minerals and Chemical Corpora- 
tion including phosphate and potash mining 
and processing, chemical production, and the 
manufacture of Ac' cent, food flavor enhancer 



OVERTHROW OF THE TWEED RING. Mc- 

Graw 1957 27min sd b&w (You are there 
ser) $135. rent apply 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by CBS-TV 

Reconstructs events of November 7. 1871, 
when cartoonist, Thomas Nast, together with 
the staff of the New York Times led a crusade 
to defeat the regime of William Tweed and 
his associates who defrauded the city of 100 
million dollars in two and one-half years of 
corrupt government 

LC card Fi A 58-857 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3481 



OVERWORKED AND UNDERPOWERED. 

CompAir 1958 22min sd color free-loan 

c Guide 
A detailed guide to maximum production 
efficiency through properly engineered installa- 
tion and distribution of compressed air power 

OXYGEN. NET 1956 30min sd b&w (Tempest 
in a test tube ser) rent $4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by KQED 

Experiments illustrate the properties of 
oxygen. Tells how oxygen was discovered and 
how it was named. Demonstrates oxidation and 
shows how oxygen is obtained from water by 
electrolysis 



PABLO CASALS. EBF 1958 30min sd b&w 
(Wisdom ser) $150, rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

Cellist Pablo Casals speaks of his life 
and work with an American friend and student. 
He tells of his precocity in becoming an ac- 
complished cellist at an early age, speaks of 
his experiences as a performing artist, conduc- 
tor, and interpreter of the music of Bach 

LC card Fi A 58-3323 

PACIFIC PATTERN 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 

PAINTING MOVEMENT AND COLOR WITH 
CHALK. IntFlmBur 1958 llmin sd color 
$120, rent $6 

el-Jh-sh 
Points out that by making abstractions 
of situations in life, in large forms, with chalk 
as the medium, the student need not have skill 
in representational drawing, but can easily 
reach an understanding of rhythm and color 
in art 

PAINTING PICTURES ABOUT PEOPLE. Int 

FlmBur 1958 13min sd color $135, rent $7.50 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Explains that the artist may receive in- 
spiration from the activities of people in real 
life. Encourages experimentation, imagination, 
and inventiveness; explains how to express 
ideas and communicate meanings with paint. 
Urges art students to see people and their 
activities in fresh ways 

LC card Fi A 59-88 

PANAMA CANAL. Coronet 1958 llmin sd 
b&w $60, color $110 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Traces the history of the Panama Canal, 
explaining how it operates and discussing its 
significance to world transportation. Includes 
scenes of a trip through the Canal and views 
of life in surrounding cities 
LC card Fi A 57-1037 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3500 

PAPER FROM CHINA 

In WRITTEN WORD (15 films) 

PAPER RUN. AustrlNews 1956 T^^min sd color 
$85. rent $2.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Morning delivery of newspapers in the 
Newport-Palm Beach area near Sydney 

PAPER SCULPTURE IN THE WORLD OF 
ART. NET 1956 SOmin sd b&w (World of 
art ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WQED 

Discusses the use of paper as a medium 
of artistic expression. Demonstrates, with 
sirnple tools, the processes of folding, slashing, 
and scoring. Explains how to select appropriate 
papers for paper sculpture 

PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA. AustrlNews 1957 
^^4."ll'^ ^^ <^o^or (New Guinea ser) $170- 
rent $5 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

XI. m-^^^?^^*^ 9- general picture of Papua and 
the Trust Territory of New Guinea and illus- 
trates present day development by the Depart- 
ment of Territories of Australia 
LC card Fi A 58-232 



58 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



PARADISE DITCH. Rothschild 1957 14mln sd 

b&W $40 , ,^ ^ r> .■ 

p-el-Jh-ad Gudie 

Produced by Roy Creveling 

Reviews a two hundred million dollar 
system for transporting bulk cargo containing 
original documentary footage of the old river- 
barges and lock operations. Includes facts such 
as the cost of canal building, type of freight 
hauls, canal routes, etc. 

PARTNERSHIPS AMONG PLANTS AND ANI- 
MALS. Coronet 1959 llmin sd b&w $60, 
color $110 

el-jh Guide 

Describes three types of plant and ani- 
mal partnerships — partnerships between ani- 
mals, between plants, and between plants and 
animals. Shows in their natural settings such 
partnerships as that of the ant and aphid, the 
hermit crab and bryozoa, algae and fungi in 
lichen, red clover and nitrogen-producing bac- 
teria, and red clover and the bumble bee 

LC card Fi A 59-332 

PASSPORT TO PLEASURE. NZealEmb 1958 
16min sd color rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Presents fishing instructions to a visit- 
ing novice in New Zealand; includes a sequence 
in the life cycle of the trout; and shows a battle 
between a skilled angler and a fighting trout 

LC card Fi A 58-484 

PASSPORT TO PROGRESS. AustrlNews 1957 
llmin sd color $85, rent $2.50 

sh-c-ad 

The impact on Australia of the Immigra- 
tion Scheme and its effects 

PASTEL DRAWING. Schulman 1958 20min sd 
color purchase apply 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Hilah Wheeler Remaily. pastel portrait 
artist, talks about various types of pastels, the 
paper used, and how to do a landscape. Shows 
the process of making a portrait in pastels 

LC card Fi A 58-659 

PATHS OF STEEL. USSteel 1958 26min sd color 
free -loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Motion Picture Techniques 
Presents the engineering and technical 
aspects of men and machines in modern re- 
search as conducted at the Monroeville Research 
Center. Shows the use of the micro-manip- 
ulator. X-ray micro-analyzer. Beta- ray gauge, 
micro-hardness tester and the emission specto- 
srraph 

PATHWAYS TO THE FUTURE. AmHeart 1958 
30min sd b&w (Decision for research ser) 
$80. free-loan 

sh-c-ad 
Kinescope 

Discusses research careers and the quali- 
ties of people who have chosen research as a 
career. Outlines the research program of the 
American Heart Association 

PAUL J. TILLICH. EBF 1958 30min sd b&w 
(Wisdom ser) $150. rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by NBC 

Dr Paul Tillich, professor of theology at 
Harvard University, talks about the fight 
against Hitlerism that drove him from Ger- 
many to the United States and about his hopes 
for the future of the Nation and the world 

LC card Fi A 58-642 

PAY NOW— EAT LATER 

In NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL POLICY 
(6 films) 

PEARL DIVERS. Guild 1956 26y2min sd b&w 
(Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Nature's paradox, producing an exotic 
perfume from the secretion of a whale, and a 
precious gem from the secretion of an oyster, 
the pearl! Shows man's efforts to improve on 
nature 

PEARL HARBOR 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 



PENCIL AND THE PLOW. Sinclair 1958 27min 
sd color purchase apply free -loan 

sh-ad 

Shows how information from the Agricul- 
tural Marketing Service helps the farmer to 
evaluate trends and outlook for farm products 

EFLA evaluation card No, 3561 

PENCIL SKETCHING. Schulman 1958 20min sd 
b&w purchase apply 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Ernest W. Watson, pencil artist, demon- 
strates the art of pencil sketching, telling what 
paper and what pencils to use. showing how 
to start, finish, and complete a pencil drawing 

LC card Fi A 58-660 

PEOPLE ARE TAUGHT TO BE DIFFERENT 
(12 films). NET 1956 ea 30min sd b&w rent 
ea $4.75 

c-ad 

Produced by KUHT 

Employs dance routines and originally 
scored music to demonstrate cultural differences 
of various peoples 

Titles are: 

1. GROUP CONCEPTS OF HUMAN BIRTH. 

Compares the reactions of Americans, the 
Manus of the Admiralty Islands, and the 
Kiriwina of the Trobriand Islands when 
exposed to the crisis of human birth 

2. CULTURAL PATTERNS OF INFANT REG- 

ULATION. Shows cultural differences in 
giving early training to human infants. 
Compares families of southern urban Ne- 
groes, the Manus of the Admiralty Is- 
lands, and the Hopi Indians of northern 
Arizona 

3. GROUP WAYS OF CHANNELIZING AG- 

GRESSION, Portrays methods of direct- 
ing aggression in children. Compares 
Americans, the Kwoma of New Guinea, 
and the Aldrese of the Dutch East Indies 

4. GROUP TRAINING IN BASIC SKILLS. 

Discusses cultural differences in training 
children for group participation. Empha- 
sizes motivating interests, specific skills 
taught, and the finished product that 
emerges from the experiences 

5. WHEN BOYS ENCOUNTER PUBERTY, 

Presents male adolescent rituals as a 
means of passing from boys to manhood. 
Stresses differences in methods of promo- 
tion and resulting personality types 

6. WHEN GIRLS ENCOUNTER PUBERTY. 

Presents female adolescent rituals as a 
means of passing girls to womanhood. 
Emphasizes the differences in physiological 
signs of female readiness for womanhood 

7. GROUP PATTERNS OF COURTSHIP BE- 

HAVIOR, Discusses differences in per- 
sonal contact between males and females 
as sanctioned by three societies. Stresses 
differences in opportunity for courtship, 
the patterns of association that emerge, 
and how these experiences relate to mar- 
riage 

8. CULTURAL PATTERNS OF MARITAL 

SANCTION. Portrays differences in mar- 
riage rituals of three societies. Discusses 
the basic motive behind the selection of 
marriage partners, the rituals, and the 
values that guide their relationships 

9. IMPACT OF PERSONALITIES, Discusses 

the formation of human personality in 
three societies. Demonstrates the authori- 
tarian, cooperative and dwarfed person- 
ality types. Points out how personality 
types perpetuate themselves 

10. VIEWING THE SUPERNATURAL, Por- 

trays cultural differences in solving prob- 
lems through religion. Emphasizes reli- 
gious motivations, leadership, rituals, and 
supernatural controls. Stresses the dif- 
ferences in the meaning of religion 

11. DOCTORS ALL, Presents reactions to hu- 

man illness. Emphasizes treatment, detec- 
tion, and acceptance of treatment meth- 
ods of illness 

12. GROUP CONCEPTS OF HUMAN DEATH. 

Portrays cultural differences in adjust- 
ment to human death. Stresses interpre- 
tation of ^ life as it relates to death, rit- 
uals used to pass the deceased to the 
region of the dead, and the type of after- 
life the deceased experiences 



59 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



PEOPLE OF VENICE. Churchill 1958 16min sd 
(People of other lands ser) b&w $75. rent 
$3.50. color $150, rent $5.50 

jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Contrasts an Italian family against the 
background of Venice's past wealth and glory. 
Tony Biasi repairs the diesel boats that trans- 
port passengers on the canals. His son rows 
on the canals, helps a friend transport vege- 
tables, swims in the lagoon, helps with the 
family chores ^^ ^^^^ 

LC card Fi A 58-3531^ ^^ ^^^^ 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3687 

PEOPLE WITH A PURPOSE. Rusten 1959 
14min sd b&w $75 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Sponsored by National Lutheran Council, 
Division of Welfare , ., ^ . , • , 

Designed to describe professional social 
work to young people through a meaningful 
story about a teen ager and his mother who 
have serious emotional problems. Reveals the 
rewarding nature of social work 

PEPITA'S SURPRISE. See CUMPLEANOS DE 
PEP|-^A 

PERTAINING TO CHICAGO. Filmlm 1958 
15min sd color $175. rent $12.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by James Davis 

A series of personal, subjective impres- 
sions of certain aspects of Chicago. Includes 
its architecture, showing the masterpieces of 
Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright, the recent 
work of Mies Van Der Rohe and others, the 
fire-escapes of the loop, and the electrical signs 
which express the American obsession with 
motion 

LC card Fi A 58-931 

PETRIFIED MAN AND MY BLOODY MAS- 
SACRE 
In IOWA READING FILMS (COLLEGE 
LEVEL) (15 fims) 

PETRIFIED RIVER. ModernTP 1956 28min sd 
color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by MPO Productions for Union 
Carbide & Carbon Corp. 

Shows modern uranium prospecting and 
mining, and uses of radioactive isotopes &t 
Oak Ridge — in a story that traces a geological 
drama of 200 million years 

PHANTOM'S ON THE PAYROLL. Westing 

1957 25min sd b&w $105. free-loan 

c-ad 

Presents a brief study of air and its 
effect on people, production, and profits. Dis- 
cusses specific problems of air handling and 
air conditioning in the textile, toolmaking. 
jewelry, and other industries, and solutions 
reached 

LC card Fi A 57-957 

PICTURES CLEAR AND SHARP. Eastman 
1956 12niin sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Presents a high school photo club, with 
band, football players, and cheerleaders, put- 
ting on a television show, showing how to get 
good snapshots by holding a camera steady, 
squeezing the shutter, selecting the best 
moment to shoot the picture, moving the 
camera to follow fast action, etc. 

LC card Fi A 57-898 

PICTURES TEACH AT PENFIELD. Eastman 

1958 18min sd color free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh 

The story of the audio-visual corp and 
the present day uses of audio-visual mate- 
rial and techniques for more effective teach- 
ing. Shows a variety of uses of audio -visual 
material and equipment in class room and in 
other school activities 

PIONEER BURRO. Dowling 1959 14min sd 
color $135 

el-Jh-sh-ad Guide 
Depicts a prospector and his burro in the 
mountains and desert of the West. Shows 
methods of seeking and recovering gold by pan- 
ning and use of the cradle 
LC card Fi A 59-533 



PLAN FOR PLEASANT LIVING. BellTel 1959 
15min sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Owen Murphy Productions 
A tour through Good Housekeeping maga- 
zine's 1958 Model Home in Middletown, N.J. 
Hostess chats about new ideas in home decor, 
color schemes, modern appliances and tele- 
phones 

PLASTER SCULPTURE IN COLOR. IntFlm 
Bur 1957 llmin sd color $120. rent $6 

el-Jh-sh 

Explains various ways of expressing 
ideas in sculptural form; provides information 
and motivation for three-dimensional art ac- 
tivity, and points out how to apply imagina- 
tion to the expression of the conventional 
forms 

LC card Fi A 59-89 

PLAY STREETS. Sterling 1958 12min sd b&w 
$60. color $1615 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Blackstar Publishing Co. 
The streets of New York become a play- 
ground for its children. Shows how children 
invent new games and transform old games to 
fit their environment 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3532 

PLAY THEM AS THEY LIE. NatEdFlms 1957 
17min sd color $250. rent $20 

ad 

Sponsored by United States Golf Assn. 

Shows the rules of golf — fairway and 

rough with former Open Champion Johnny 
Farrell 

PLAYGROUND BY THE SEA. Guild 1956 
26%min sd b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) 
rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Depicts big game fishing, the marlin and 
the swordfish, skin diving and spear fishing 

PLAYS AND PLAYERS (8 films). NET 1957 ea 
30min sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

c-ad 
Produced by WQED. Kinescopes 
Titles are: 

1. DRAMA: HOW IT BEGAN. Discusses the 

early beginnings of the theater. Explains 
the techniques of the Greek theater and 
how playwriting developed. Illustrates 
the chorus technique with a scene from 
"Oedipus the king" 

2. ACTING: HOW IT BEGAN. Discusses the 

actor and where he came from. Describes 
the Greek theater in terms of the actor, 
his equipment, and techniques. Explains 
the theater of the Middle Ages with its 
strolling players, liturgical dramas, and 
the guild system 

3. DRAMA: THE RENAISSANCE. Describes 

drama in the western hemisphere. Pre- 
sents the various types of stages and ex- 
plains the development of special effects 
in the theater. Illustrates with scenes 
from "Abraham and Isaac" 

4. ACTING: THE RENAISSANCE. Presents 

the renaissance of acting as the re-birth 
of humanism. Discusses the actors of the 
Comedia del Orte and the age of Shakes- 
peare. Illustrates styles of acting of this 
period with scenes from "The Duchess 
of Melfi" and "Would be gentleman" 

5. DRAMA COMES OF AGE. Discusses the 

Shakespearean theater and neo-classic 
drama. Tells of realism, not only in 
plays, but the theater itself. Demon- 
strates early realism with a scene from 
"Hedda Gabler" 

6. ACTING COMES OF AGE. Discusses the 

social position of the actor in the roman- 
itic theater. Points out the relationship 
between the theater, the actor, and the 
birth of democracy. Illustrates realism 
of the theater in terms of the actor and 
the method of Stanislavski with a scene 
from "Under the gaslight" 

7. DRAMA: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. 

Presents a brief history of the twentieth 
century theater. Describes the growth 
of expressionism in the theater. Tells of 
the thinking of Chekov, Craig, and 
O'Neill. Discusses expressive art in this 
century 



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8. ACTING: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. 
Discusses American and European actors 
and teaching in a liberal arts college. 
Presents a panel discussion of the new 
singing- dancing actor and new tech- 
niques of acting. Concludes wiiJi advice 
for today's young actor 

POLICEMAN WALT LEARNS HIS JOB. Film 
Assoc 1958 llmin sd b«&w $55, color $110 

p-el Guide 

Produced toy Argus Films 

Follows the traming of a new policeman, 
showing him as he studies his lessons in class, 
learns now to protect himself and others, and 
is taught what a detective does to solve 
crimes. Shows the policeman on patrol by him- 
self and taking care of an accident 

LC card Fi A 59-182 

POLICY FOR A FREE WORLD ^ ^ 

In ESSENTIALS OF FREEDOM (6 films) 

POLITICAL METHODS OF SOLVING DIF- 
FERENCES BETWEEN NATIONS 
In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITY (22 films) 

POLITICAL ORGANIZATION OF CONGRESS 
In FROM CAPITOL HILL: PARTY GOV- 
ERNMENT AND THE UNITED 
STATES CONGRESS (8 films) 

POLYMERS AND PLASTICS. NET 1956 30min 
sd b«&w (Tempest in a test tube ser) rent 
$4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by KQED 

Explains the process of polymerization: 
the formation of compounds in which chains of 
carbon atoms are linked together. Shows the 
process with the making of polyethylene, bake- 
lite, foam rubber, and rayon 

POLYNESIAN CULTURE. Barr 1958 21min sd 
color $200, rent $9 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Portrays the basic pattern of an ancient 
way of life as it still exists in the villages 
of American Samoa; shows how a self-sufficient 
people utilize the products of their isolated 
islan'd world to meet daily needs 

LC card Fi A 59-9'6 

EFIyA evaluation card No. 3865 

POPULATION AND THE EARTH'S RE- 
SOURCES 
In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITIES (22 films) 

POPULATION, RESOURCES AND FULFILL- 
MENT 
In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITIES (22 films) 

PORTABLE IRRIGATION. WisU 1956 12%min 
sd b&w rent 50c 

sh-c-ad 

Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. 
of Agriculture (USDA) . , 

Shows the ease of moving portable irriga- 
tion pipes and the way in which a system can 
be made to fit almost any field or farm layout. 
Depicts main sources of water — shallow wells, 
deep wells, rivers, lakes, and pits 

PORTABLE PARADE. Oster 1956 18min sd 
color free-loan 

ad 
Deals with the proper selection and use 
of portable pipe threading machines, both in 
the shop and on the job 

PORTER NOVEL BY HENRI MONNIER. NET 

1956 15min sd b&w (Images of art ser) 
rent $4 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Raidiodifussion Television 

Presents the main themes of the engrav- 
ings of Henri Monnier, actor, playwright, 
draftSiman 

PORTRAIT OF THE FAMILY 

In COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS SE- 
RIES (13 films) 



PORTS OF CALL. Guild 1956 26l^mIn sd b&w 
(Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-jh-sh-c-ad 

Depicts Zanzibar and points east, west, 
south and north, for glimpses of their colorful 
ways 

POSTURE IN ACTION. lowaU 1958 34min sd 
b&w $110, rent $3.75 

sh-c-ad 

Explains the basic principles of posture 
and body mechanics applied particularly to 
activities and situations of interest to young 
women of high school age and up 

POULBOT AND THE CHILDREN OF MONT- 
MARTRE. NET 1956 15min sd b&w (Images 
of art ser) rent $4 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Radiodifussion Television 
Francaise 

Reveals the sensitivity and affection Poul- 
bot felt for the children of Paris. Depicts, 
through Poulbot's art, the miseries and joys 
of the little street urchins, called "Les petits 
Poulbots." who still bear his name 

POVERTY AND PLENTY 

In COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS SE- 
RIES (13 films) 

POWER FOR PLUM STREET. Westing 1956 
lOmin sd color $50, free-loan 

c-ad 

Demonstrates a new method of installing 
distribution transformers, showing line crews 
installing transformers using both the old and 
new method. Describes the a,dvantages of the 
new "Westinghouse distribution transformers in 
terms of size and weight 

IjC card Fi A 57-943 

POWER OF PAPER. Glatfelter 1959 27min sd 
color free -loan 

ei-jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Victor Kayfetz Productions 
Traces the history of paper, showing how 
each era brought forth developments in paper 
making. Describes an industrial research proj- 
ect wnioh discovered a new raw material. 
Shows a modern papermaking operation, from 
forest to finished paper 

PRAYING MANTIS. NET 1956 SOmin sd b&w 
(Discovery II ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by WG-BH 

Discusses the life and actions of the pray- 
ing mantis. Tells why it is the carnivore of 
the insect world. Shows the first moments of 
life of a mantis from birth until it is able to 
walk away 

PRAYING MANTIS. TennGame&Fish 1958 
13min sd b&w or color (World outdoors ser) 
free -loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-ad 
Reveals living habits of the common pray- 
ing mantis. Highlights the birth of the mantis 

PREJUDICE IN AMERICA. NET 1958 30min 
sd b&w (World we want: 1958 ser) rent 
$4.75 

sh-ad 
Produced by New York Herald Tribune. 
Kinescope 

Teenagers from Brazil, Finland, Ceylon, 
and Sudan discuss the problem of education and 
its relation to prejudice in the United States. 
Presents conclusions concerning how wide- 
spread segregation is and the role of education 
in solving the probleim 

PREPARING FOR THE TRIAL 
In ACTION AT LAW (5 films) 

PREPARING PEOPLE FOR MORE SIGNIFI- 
CANT LIVING 
In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITIES (22 films) 

PRESENT AND FUTURE CONDITION OF 
NEGROES IN AMERICA 
In IOWA READING FILMS (COLLEGE 
LEVEL) (15 films) 



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EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



PRESS FOR SERVICE. MichStU 1957 26%inin 
sd (County agent ser) b&w $100, rent apply; 
color $200, rent apply 

ad 
Produced by Capital Film Service 
Shows the increasing use of farm ma- 
chinery. Reviews research application of auto- 
mation from the automatic light switch to a 
giant electronic lemon sorter in California 

PRESSURES ON CONGRESS 

In FROM CAPITOL HILL: PARTY GOV- 
ERNMENT AND THE UNITED 
STATES CONGRESS (8 films) 

PRIDE. ChofC-Redondo 1958 8min sd color 
free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Riviera Productions 
Explains how the city of Redondo Beach 
organized itself to clean up its uglier areas, 
and how a citizens' group was formed to paint, 
rebuild, and collect trash 
LC card Fi A 58-3305 

PRINT WITH A BRAYER. Bailey 1959 8min sd 
color $75, rent $4 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Explores many possibilities of making 
creative prints with a gelatin brayer. Shows 
basic technique to make both decorative and 
practical prints, including book jackets, place 
mats, wrapping paper, greeting cards, and fab- 
rics. Shows experimental uses in producing 
original designs 

LC card Fi A 59-220 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3902 

PRINTING: FUEL FOR THE RENAISSANCE 
In WRITTEN WORD (15 films) 

PROBLEM IN DIAGNOSIS. AmHeart 1958 
30min sd b&w (Decision for research ser) 
$80. free-loan 

c-ad 
Produced by NBC. Kinescope 
Story of heart catheterization and its role 
in diagnosing cardiac defects. Indicates how 
the heart catheter is useful for research 

PROBLEMS OF THE MIDDLE EAST. Atlantis 
1958 21min sd (Important areas of our world 
ser) b&w $120, rent $10; color $200, rent 
$10 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Describes the geographic setting of the 
Middle East and its influence on history, the 
rise of ancient historic empires and their in- 
fluence on the problems of the Middle East. 
Discusses the problems of the Middle East, in- 
cluding minorities and Israel versus Arab unity, 
backwardness in agriculture, westernization in 
industry, and the need for education 
LC card Fi A 59-348 

PROCEDURE IN THE TRAFFIC COURTROOM 
In TRAFFIC COURT TRAINING (4 films) 

PRODIGAL SON. UW 1958 27min sd color (His 
way— His word ser) $300, rent $15 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Catchings-Denker Corj 



Jesus 



x-rouuuea oy vjatcnings-JuenKer Corp. 
Dramatization of the parable as told by 



PRODUCTION CUT-OFF BAND SAW. DoAll 
1957 lOmin sd color purchase apply, free- 
loan 

c-ad 
Shows how cost-cutting methods are ap- 
plied to basic cut-off operations by using the 
2'' wide high-speed steel saw band to cut large 
billets, rails, bars and structurals 

PROFILE OF A PROBLEM DRINKER. Mc- 
Graw 1957 27min sd b&w (Perspective ser) 
$125 

C-ad 

Produced by National Film Board of Can- 
ada 

Portrayal of the causes and effects of 
liquor in the life of a young architect, analyz- 
ing some of the reasons which may lead a per- 
son into problem drinking 

LC card Fi A 58-498 



PROFILES OF ELEMENTARY PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION. Coronet 1958 32min sd b&w 
$180. color $330 

c 

Produced by Bureau of Physical Welfare, 
Board of Education, Cleveland 

Shows successful methods used in the 
teaching of physical education from kinder- 
garten through the elementary grades. Points 
out the advantages of careful organization and 
presents many ideas for the guidance of class 
activities. Based on the physical education pro- 
gram of Cleveland schools 

LC card Fi A 58-735 

PROGRESS IN MODERN BASIC REFRAC- 
TORIES. ModernTP 1959 28min sd color 
free -loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Parthenon Pictures for 
Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp. 

Describes the application and manufacture 
of basic refractories as they are used in the 
steel, glass, copper and cement industries 

PROGRESS OF SCIENCE 

In HERITAGE II (6 films) 

PROGRESS REPORT. IntMin 1957 14min sd 
color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Highlights in a year of progress showing 
the use of barges for fertilizer shipment; a 
scientific contribution to victory over polio; a 
product circles the world in search of a market; 
and similar stories 

PROMOTION BY-PASS 

In OFFICE SUPERVISORS' 
(6 films) 



PROBLEMS 



PRONOMBRES PERSONALES 

In SPANISH INSTRUCTO-FILM SERIES 
(7 films) 

PR0NUNCIACI6N Y ACENTUACI6N 

In SPANISH INSTRUCTO-FILM SERIES 
(7 films) 

^'^°J^'^9.^tiRi^.Jv')' "^HE MAKING OF FOR- 
EIGN POLICY. NET 1956 29min sd b&w 
(America looks abroad ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WTTW 
^f +V. ■^f^^y}^^^c.l^^ organization and workings 
of the United States Information Agency. Dis- 
cusses the scope and effectiveness of the pres- 
ent program and compares it with Russian ef- 
forts 

^^Sff/^"^o9^>'I^/^oATURE (8 films). NET 
1956 ea 29min sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by KETC 
Titles are: 

1. LWING PAGE. Describes communication 

by means of the printed page as a de- 
coding process involving ability and ex- 
perience on , the part of the reader. 
Stresses the importance of developing skill 
in discovering the why and how of writ- 
ten communication 

2. WRITER'S TONE OP VOICE, Illustrates. 

thrpugh music and poetry, the importance 
pf interpreting the writer's tone of voice 
in deriving meaning from written com- 
munication. Defines tone as the relation- 
ship between what is meant and what is 
said. Points out that all written com- 
munication has some kind of tone 

3. ROVING EYE. Explains how the writer 

selects and arranges words to achieve 
proper placement of detail for meaning, 
btresses the importance of understanding 
the relationship between the writer's rov- 
ing eye and point of view 

4. SEEING DOUBLE, Explains why and how 

writers arrange a series of impressions or 
fragments, selected from actuality, to give 
meaning to a subject. Discusses several 
techniques used to set the mood for a 
poem. Demonstrates these techniques 
through paintings 

5. ILLUSTRATION AND THE TEXT Dis- 

cusses the collaboration between authors 
and illustrators in illustrating a text. De- 
scribes the problems involved and stresses 

o?,^!,'^'^^^^^^'?^^ P^ ^i\? illustrator and the 
author working together 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



6. CONCERN LITERATURE. Describes ways 

in which novelists use their knowledge of 
music to build characters, mood, and plot 
in prose fiction. Defines the role of music 
in literature from a functional point of 
view 

7. THE HEROES. Describes the deterioration 

of the hero concept in literature during 
the past thousand years. Asks and an- 
swers the question "What has happened 
to the hero?" Draws examples from the 
days of Beowulf down to the time of Studs 
Loniffan 

8. WITH AN AMERICAN ACCENT. Develops 

the theme that the ultimate aim of liter- 
ature is ethical. Defines the accent of lit- 
erature as a characteristic way of think- 
ing which reflects a particular manner 
of speaking or sounding. Points out that 
literature must serve a cause or purpose 

PROSPERITY FOR ALL. UAW 1958 28min sd 
b&w purchase apply, rent $3 

sh-c-ad Guide 

Presents the testimony of UAW President 
Walter Reuther before the Kefauver Committee 
on administered prices in the automobile indus- 
try. Contrasts principles of the union's 1958 
collective bargaining program and its potential 
for economic good with facts on price gouging 
and profits of giant corporation 

PUEBLO DE ESPANA. Churchill 1958 llmin 
sd b&w $60. rent $3; color $110. rent $5 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Spanish version of the film "Village of 
Spain" 

Life in the town of Mi.1as in southern 
Spain as seen through the eves of the school- 
master, and in particular £ls it touches the life 
of one of his students 

LC card Fi A 59-459 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3870 

PUERTO RICO. DavisProd 1958 15min sd b&w 
$75. color $150 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Depicts 15th century streets and ancient 
forts made from stone brought as ballast in 
old Spanish ships: tropical flora. San Juan 
Bautista Day celebration, industries, homes 
and beaches 

LC card Fi A 57-624 

PUERTO RICO. NET 1956 29min sd b&W 
(America looks abroad ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WTTW 

Surveys the political and economic evolu- 
tion of Puerto Rico. Explains Puerto Rico's 
new political association with the United States. 
Describes present Puerto Rican efforts to real- 
ize economic benefits through this new status 

PULLMAN CONVERSATION 

In IOWA READING FILMS (COLLEGE 
LEVEL) (15 films) 

PUNCH PRESS GUARDING. IntFImBur 1957 
llmin sd color $115. rent $12.50 

sh-ad 

Produced by Campbell Productions for In- 
dustrial Accident Prevention Associations 

Depicts the duties of the press set-up 
man. Shows different types of press, the set- 
ups required to provide safe guarding, and the 
adjustments that can be made 

LC card Fi A 59-354 

PURDUE ALUMNI NEWSREEL NO 2. Pur- 
dueU 1956 15min sd color rent 75c 

sh-c-ad 

The 1955-56 school year at Purdue. In- 
cludes scenes of athletic events, new buildings, 
new student and faculty housing. Homecoming 
and Gala Week, musical organizations in action, 
and finally commencement 

PURDUE BAND AT ILLINOIS GAME— 1956. 
PurdueU 1956 12min sd color rent $1 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Pre-game and half-time shows at Purdue 
football games. Intended for clinical study by 
the band members and staff 



PURDUE BAND AT INDIANA GAME— 1956. 
PurdueU 1956 16min sd color rent $1 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

■D J '^^^ pre-game and half-time shows at 
Purdue football games. Intended for clinical 
study by the band members and staff 

^^^^■^E: ^-^ND AT NORTHWESTERN GAME 
—1956. PurdueU 1956 8min sd color rent $1 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
- ,^ Pre-game and half-time shows at Purdue's 
football game. Intended for clinical study by 
the band members and staif 

PURDUE BAND AT NOTRE DAME— 1956. 

PurdueU 1956 18min sd color rent $1 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
fr.^4.1. Pre-game and half-time shows at Purdue 
football game. Taken for clinical study by the 
band members and staff 

^^^^M^rs BAND— HIGH SCHOOL BAND DAY 
—1956. PurdueU 1956 17min sd color rent $1 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

f..^4.ir. I^re-game and half-time shows at Purdue 
football game. Taken for clinical study by the 
band members and staff 

PURE SCIENCE AND APPLIED SCIENCE 

In (DF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
Tiims) 



QUACK GRASS, THE PERENNIAL GUEST. 

ModernTP 1958 17min sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Calvin Co. for Dow Chemical 

fr.r. i Shows how quack grass can be controlled 
for Increased crop yields, improved crop qual- 
ity and easier crop tillage 

QUALITY UNLIMITED. Barbre 1956 30min sd 
color free -loan 

c-ad 
Sponsored by Colorado Fuel & Iron Corp. 
Deals with manufacture of wire rope and 
emphasizes intensive testing and inspecting 
necessary 

QUEENSLAND CENTENARY STORY. Austrl 
News 1959 21min sd b&w $60. rent $3 

sh-c-ad 

. Growth, of the State of Queensland from 
Its inauguration in 1859 to the present day 

Q^^f". f'OR RED TROUT. ModernTP 1956 
28min sd color free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
., Produced, by William G. Beal. Inc. for 
Alcoa Wrap Division. Aluminum Co. of Amer- 
ica 

Depicts upper Quebec with a canoeing 
party in search of the legendary red trout. 
Orives tips on choosing a camp site and for cook- 
ing over an open fire 

QUIZ PROGRAM: SUMMARY 

In SCIENTIFIC METHODS (13 films) 



RAMAC. IntBus 1957 lOmin sd color purchase 
apply, free -loan 

c-ad 
Produced by Pathe Pictures 
T?ATvyrA^/^^^^"P^\?"*^®r^ -^^Ff^-^^l^^t of both the 305 
RAMAC and the 650 RAMAC. explaining the na- 
ture of random access method of accounting 
and control 

''^^^rcfSP".^'-^^ ^^, '^'^Y NAME. Hadassah 
iyo7 I4min sd color purchase apply, rent 
apply 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Tc „ 1 ^chel, a Hungarian refugee girl comes to 
Israel alone and finds understanding, friends, 
a new life and gets a thorough grounding in 
Hadassah' s extensive vocational program 



63 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



RADIOACTIVITY AND THE PARTS OF AN 
ATOM. NET 1956 30min sd b&w (Tempest 
in a test tube ser) rent $4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by KQED ^ ^. ^. ,^ 

Explains the properties of radioactivity. 
Defines radioactivity and demonstrates its pres- 
ence with a Geiger counter. Illustrates three 
kinds of radiation. Shows how an electroscope 
is used to detect radiation. Employs a cloud 
chamber to show radiation occurring 

RAIN. NET 1957 15min sd b«&w (Uncle Won- 
der's workshop ser) rent $3 

p-el 

Produced by WCET 

Explains how rain is formed. Demon- 
strates how water vapor gets into the air. col- 
lects as clouds, and drops as rain 

RASPBERRIES FOR EXTRA PROFIT. WisU 
1956 12%min sd b&w rent 50c 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. of 
Agriculture (USDA) 

Shows steps to successful raspberry pro- 
duction to supplement a farmer's regular in- 
come. Includes pruning, irrigating, careful pick- 
ing, grading, spraying, and knowledge of dis- 



RAW MATERIAL. IntFlmBur 1958 27min sd 
b&w $125. rent $6 

c-ad 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Through the story of an ex-convict, 
dramatizes the work of the John Howard So- 
ciety in the rehabilitation of former prison in- 
mates. Discusses the circumstances that led 
the man along a delinquent course to prison; 
the human understanding he needs upon his 
release, and the challenge his case presents 
to his immediate family and to the society 
in which he is to resume his place 

LC card Fi A 56-679 

REACH FOR TOMORROW. NatSocCrip 1958 
27min sd b&w $100, rent $3.50 

ad 

Describes the rehabilitation of five 
crippled adults and children, portraying the 
scope of care and treatment available and il- 
lustrating the nationwide services of National 
Society for Crippled Children and Adults and 
its affiliates in the rehabilitation field 
LC card Fi A 58-1045 , ^^ „„„^ 
EFL.A evaluation card No. 3827 

REACHING FOR THE STARS. AustrlNews 
1958 lOmin sd b&w $30. rent $1.50 

Jh-sh-c 

Optical and radio astronomy in Aus- 
tralia 

READINGS IN SOCIO-ECONOMIC THOUGHT. 

MarqUPr 1958 42min si b&w (Improve your 
reading ser— I) $395 

sh-c-ad 

A series of adapted readings in which 
the text matter is gradually increased in 
speed and in complexity of language and con- 
cept to assist in the development of more 
effective reading abilities 

LC card Fi A 58-916 

REALIZING THE WORLD'S ECONOMIC 
AND AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES 
In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITIES (22 films) 



RED CHINA AND THE FREE WORLD. 

World 1958 29min sd b&w (Your world in 
crisis ser) $80. rent $8 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Metropolitan Educational 
Television Assn. 

Discusses United States strategy in the 
Far East with emphasis on problems of United 
States recognition of Red China, seating of 
Peking regime in the United Nations. Red 
Chinese relations with other Asian nations. 
Participants: William Henderson, Dr Frank 
Trager. Edgar Snow 

EFL.A evaluation card No. 3616 

RED CZAR (STALIN). EducFlmEnt 1957 
26min sd b&w (Fifty years of history ser) 
$175 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Depicts the career of Stalin; his rise to 
omnipotence as the Red Czar of Russia; and 
his rule until his death 

RED LETTER DAYS. ModernTP 1958 27min 
sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Sound Masters for Olin 
Mathieson Chemical Corp. 

Depicts hunting action from Nova Scotia 
to Florida, with two experts. They bring down 
grouse, wild turkeys and quail (with illustra- 
tions of proper gun handling). Shows a 
youngster on his first rabbit hunt 

RED RIVER OF LIFE (2 films). Moody 1957 
sd color (Sermons from science ser) rent 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Part 1. 29min. Describes the working of the 
heart, picturing the valves of a beating 
human heart from the inside and out- 
side. Uses photomicrography to show 
the functioning of the circulatory system 
LC card Fi A 58-1019 

Part 2. 33min. Demonstrates the chemistry 
of the red blood cell and its ability to 
take on oxygen and give off carbon 
dioxide; shows tests to determine the 
optimum shape for the red blood cell; 
and discusses the correlation of blood to 
physical and spiritual life 
LC card Fi A 58-1020 



RED SEA. Moody 1957 12l^min sd color (Bible 
adventures ser) rent $6 

p-el-Jh Guide 

Mr Fixit overhears two boys talking 
about what God can — and cannot do. The Red 
Sea story convinces them that with <3}od all 
things are possible 



REELFOOT LAKE. TennGame&Fish 1958 
13min sd b&w or color (World outdoors 
ser) purchase apply, free -loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
A visit to the rookery "Cranetown" 
located at the heart of Tennessee's earth- 
quake lake. Explains the siltation problem 
that is endangering Reelfoot 



REFRACTION. NET 1957 15min sd b&w (Uncle 
Wonder's workshop ser) rent $3 

p-el 

Produced by WCET 

Explains the principles of light refrac- 
tion. Illustrates with a pencil in water and 
a magnifying glass. Shows an optical illusion 
and tells how it happens 



'^^^n^cJuR^NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

RECENT CARBONATE DEPOSITS IN THE 
FLORIDA KEYS. Socony 1957 40min sd 
color free -loan 

c 

A study of the rock formations of an- 
cient reef deposits and newer reefs still being 
formed in the Florida keys. Under water 
studies show various types of reef growth 
and the variety of plant and animal life as- 
sociated with reefs. Designed for geologists 
and advanced students of natural history 



RELATING HUMAN NEED TO HUMAN AS- 
PIRATIONS 
In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITY (22 films) 



RELIGION IN ISRAEL. Unitedlsr 1957 16min 
sd b&w (Drew Pearson reports on Holy 
Land ser) rent $3 

c-ad 

Explains that Israel was the birthplace 
of religion and all faiths are free to worship 
there today — Judaism, Christianity and Mo- 
hammedanism 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



REMBRANDT, MASTER OF THE^NIGHT. 

NET 1956 15min sd b&w (Images of art ser) 
rent $4 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Radiodifussion Television 

Develops, chronologically, a portrait of 
the life of Rembrandt through a presentation 
of his etchings. Devotes special effort in clar- 
ifying Rembrandt's mastery of light in portray- 
ing not only the soul of the artist but also 
the spirit of the individual he draws 

REMBRANDT, PAINTER OF MAN. Coronet 
1958 IS^min sd b&w $105, color $192.50 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Selected canvases gathered from twenty- 
nine museums in twelve countries chronicle 
Rembrandt's amazing ability in the use of light 
and shadow and his genius in expressing hu- 
man compassion for his subjects. Made in 
commemoration of the 350th anniversary of 
Rembrandt's birth 

LC card Fi A 58-1149 

REMEMBRANCE OF TIME PAST: VER- 
MEER. NET 1956 15min sd b&w (Images of 
art ser) rent $4 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Radiodifussion Television 
Francaise 

Compares the talents of two artisits: 
Vermeer's paintings and Proust's writings. 
Tells what Proust felt when looking at Ver- 
meer's paintings 

REPORT ON AFRICA (3 films). EducServ 19158 
ea 25min sd color ea $195, rent ea $10 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
A report on Africa by Congresswoman 
Frances P. Bolton 
Titles are: 

1. WEST AFRICA. Covers Congresswoman 

Bolton's survey of French West Africa, 
Ivory Coast — ^Abidjan, Liberia, the Gold 
Coast, Nigeria, Togoland and the Came- 
roons and French Equatorial Africa 

2. BELGIAN CONGO AND SOUTH AFRICA. 

Report on the Belgian Congo and South 
Africa. Portuguese West Africa, North- 
ern Rhodesia and Union of South Africa 

3. BAST AFRICA AND ETHIOPIA. Surveys 

Angola, Tanganyika, Kenya, Zanzibar, 
Uganda and Ethiopia 

REPRODUCTION IN TERRA COTTA 

In VISITS WITH A SCULPTOR (10 films) 

REPTILES AND THEIR CHARACTERIS- 
TICS. Coronet 1959 llmin sd b&w $60, color 
$110 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Identifles the Ave orders of animals that 
make up the reptile group and points out their 
common characteristics and some of their dif- 
ferences. Shows the snakes, lizards, turtles, 
crocodilians and the rare tuatara In their 
native habitats and explains how they live and 
reproduce, their adaptations to their environ - 
memts, and some of the ways in which they 
benefit mankind 

REPTILES OF TODAY. NET 1956 SOmin sd 
b&w (Discovery II ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by WGBH 

Introduces contemporary reptiles; alliga- 
tors, lizards, snakes, and turtles. Uses living 
specimens to explain their characteristics and 
habits. Tells how they are cared for in captiv- 
ity 



THE RETURN. AmPhysTher 1958 38min sd 
b&w $140, free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by MPO Productions 
Depicts the human and dramatic side of 
rehabilitation through the experiences of a 
youthful paraplegic who receives a serious 
spinal-cord injury in an automobile accident. 
Sitresses the vital role of the physical thera- 
pists in helping many persons who would 
otherwise have oeen hopelessly crippled as a 
result of accident or injury 
LC card Fi A 59-223 
BPLA evaluation card No. 3752 

RHYME, REASON AND RUGS. AmViscose 
1957 5min sd b&w free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Hartley Productions 
Suggests to the consumer ways of bud- 
geting carpet purchases and judging carpet 
quality in furnishing a temporary home. In- 
cludes miniature room settings 
LC card Fi A 57-614 

RHYTHMIC MOTIONS OF GROWING 

PLANTS. Harlow 1958 10l^min sd color $90 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Uses time -lapse photography to show 
circumnutation, the effects of gravity and 
light upon plants, and the so-called "sleep mo- 
tions" of leaves. Shows the sweeping motions 
of a morning-glory vine and the tendril action 
of the wild cucumber 

LC card Fi A 59-361 

RICE IN TODAY'S WORLD. Coronet 1958 
llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 

el-Jh-sh Guide 
Shows the importance of rice as a major 
food crop of the world, pointing out rice-pro- 
ducing areas, with particular attention to the 
Orient. Explains factors contributing to rice 
growing, such as proper climate, water supply, 
and terrain, and presents an overview of proc- 
esses in the culture of rice 
LC card Fi A 58-1141 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3753 

RICHES OF THE INDIES 

In NEW NATION IN THE WEST INDIES 
(4 films) 

RIGHT WAY. BoyS 1958 34min sd b&w $124, 
rent $8.40 

c-ad 
A scoutmaster deals with problems con- 
nected with election of a patrol leader who 
is popular but lacking in leadership ability 
LC card Fi A 57-632 

RISE AND FALL OF ADOLPH HITLER 

(2 films). EducFlmEnt 1957 60min sd b&w 
(Fifty years of history ser) $350 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Available in two half-hour films 
xT-x, Describes the rise to power of Adolph 
Hitler and his dream to fashion the world 
according to his own ambitions. Shows the de- 
velopment of the Third Reich and its ultimate 
collapse 

•^'^^o ^."^^N ^^k-^^9^^ BENITO MUSSOLINI 
(2, films). EducFlmEnt 1957 60min sd b&w 
(Fifty years of history ser) $350 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Available in two half-hour films 
* 1, P®Pi^^^ t^®. ^^s,^ to power and final down- 
fall of Mussolini, the first contemporary dic- 



RESEARCH IN DEPTH 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 

RESEARCH IN STEEL. See STEEL RE- 
SEARCH 



RESPONSIBILITIES OF FREEDOM 

In NEW NATION IN THE WEST INDIES 
(4 films) 



RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE SCIENTIST 
In HERITAGE II (6 films) 



"'^Foi9'^"^'^.^x,'20'^/^N EMPIRE. Coronet 1959 
ISVamin sd b&w $75, color $137.50 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Traces the development of Rome from a 
group of early tribal communities to a mighty 
empire which ernbraced a large part of the 
Western World. Describes those factors which 
made such a rise possible— Rome's concept of 
democracy and citizenship, its legal and^ ad- 
ministrative system, and its military strength. 
Filmed in locations which were part of the Ro- 
man Empire 

LC card Fi A 59-333 



65 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



RIVIERA PLAYGROUND. Radiant 1956 4i/|min 
sd b&w or color (France for fun ser) free- 
loan 

p-el-Jh-sh c-ad 
Depicts Nice, Cannes and the highlights 
of the Cote d'Azur 

ROAD TO INDEPENDENCE ,, .^._,,^ ^^ 
In COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS SE- 
RIES (13 films) 

ROAD TO TOMORROW. PionWom 1958 20min 
sd color $100. rent $5 

el-Jh-sh-c 

Tells the story of the Integration of a 
new immigrant family in Israel who had been 
waiting for years to come from behmd the 
Iron Curtain. Describes the social services ren- 
dered to the family by the Working Women s 
Council and the problems of the various mem- 
bers of family as they rebuild their lives 

LC card Fi A 59-344 

ROBERT FROST. EBF 1958 30min sd b&w 
(Wisdom ser) $150, rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC , , ,.^ 

The poet Robert Frost discusses his life 
and work with Bela Kornitzer, Hungarian -born 
author, at his farm home in Vermont 
LC card Fi A 58-1131 

ROBERT FROST— I-IX 

In HERITAGE I (9 films) 

ROCKET RANGE AUSTRALIA. AustrlNews 
1957 20min sd color $170, rent $50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Development of missiles in the Australian 
desert 

ROCKETS: HOW THEY WORK. EBF 1958 
16min sd b&w $90, rent $3.50; color $180, 
rent $5.50 . ^ ^ ._. 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Shows how rockets achieve motion, and 
compares rocket power with other types of mo- 
tive power. Scenes at a rocket launching site 
show the countdown procedure and the take-off 
of a giant multi-stage rocket. Demonstrates the 
functioning of a rocket guidance system 

LC card Fi A 58-663 

ROCKETS: PRINCIPLES AND SAFETY. Film 
Assoc 1958 llmin sd b&w $55, color $110 

el-Jh Guide 

Describes the physical principles upon 
which rockets work; explains why rocket 
motors can work in the absence of air; and 
stresses that rockets are dangerous and should 
not be built or fired by amateurs 

LC card Fi A 59-183 

RODENT ENGINEER— THE BEAVER. NET 

1956 SOmin sd b&w (Discovery ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by WGBH 

Tells the story of the beaver and its role 
in the history of America. Explains how the 
beaver builds dams and creates new environ- 
ments. Shows a beaver dam with the animals 
swimming, feeding and diving 



ROOM IS FOUR WALLS. 

12min sd color free-loan 



ad 



AmViscose 1958 



Produced by Earl Fultz Productions 
Describes the step-by-step procedures of 
qualified interior designers when they redeco- 
rate the living room of a typical middle-aged 
American couple with grown children. Discusses 
fees, designer training, the need to interpret 
the client's taste accurately, the importance 
of quality labels on furnishings and fabrics, 
and how to locate a qualified decorator 
LC card Fi A 59-129 



ROOT AND SQUARE ROOT. MichStU 1957 
26i/4min sd (County agent ser) b&w $100, 
color $200 

ad 
Discusses plant growth regulation directed 
toward growing the crop to fit the consumer's 
need. Shows the Hawaiian pineapple industry 
and the related application of plant growth 
regulation 



ROOTS OF CRIMINALITY 

In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 



ROOTS OF PREJUDICE (6 films). NET ea 

29min sd b&w (World we want: 1957 and 
1958 ser) rent ea $4.75 

sh-ad 
Produced by WOR-TV and New York 
Herald Tribune. Kinescopes 
Titles are: 

1. ROOTS OF PREJUDICE. 1957. Teenagers 

from three foreign countries criticize the 
United States for the use of the atomic 
bomb, for juvenile delinquency, and for 
materialism. A delegate from Denmark 
defends Americans, even their feeling of 
"strong superiority and patriotism" 

2. WHO'S RESPONSIBLE? 1956. Herald Trib- 

une Forum members from four foreign 
countries discuss American prejudices 
towards Africans and towards American 
negroes 

3. IS PREJUDICE ALWAYS BAD? 1957. Teen- 

agers from four foreign countries discuss 
prejudices against Britain and her pol- 
icies. They further discuss their precon- 
ceived notions about America and indi- 
cate how their visit has changed these 
Ideas 

4. WHAT ARE DEMOCRACY'S PREJU- 

DICES? 1957. Herald Tribune Forum dele- 
gates from four foreign countries diS' 
cuss their prejudices against other forum 
delegates and their countries. They indi- 
cate that some of their prejudices have 
been removed through acquaintances made 
in the United States 

5. IN THE NURSERY. 1958. Teenagers from 

Malaya. Philippines. Greece. Iceland. Thai- 
land, and Turkey discuss prejudices within 
their own countries and toward others. 
Criticism is made of the American soldier 
and tourist as representatives of the 
United States 

6. WHAT DOES THE WORD "AFRICA" 

MEAN TO YOU? 1958. Teenagers from 
the Union of South Africa. Nigeria. 
Ghana, and Ethiopia discuss segregation 
in Africa. Questions the possibility of 
segregation leading to war in Africa 



ROLE OF CONGRESS 

In FROM CAPITOL HILL: PARTY GOV- 
ERNMENT AND THE UNITED 
STATES CONGRESS (8 films) 



ROLE OF LABOR IN WORLD AFFAIRS. NET 

1956 29min sd b&w (America looks abroad 
ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by WTTW 

Describes the influence of organized labor 
on governments and in the direction of foreign 
policy. Discusses the work of labor organiza- 
tions and shows the coming of the Industrial 
Revolution to various world areas 



ROOTS OF PREJUDICE 

In ROOTS OF PREJUDICE (6 films) 



ROUSSEAU: A TRIP IN A LITTLE CART. 

NET 1956 15min sd b&w (Images of art ser) 
rent $4 

sh-c-ad 

^ Produced by Radiodifussion Television 
Francaise 

Presents a trip through Rousseau's pri- 
vate world by exploring the subject of one of 
his most famous paintings. "The little cart." 
Takes a look at the simplest of everyday reali- 
ties 



ROLE OF THE CITIZEN 

In LIFE IN ANCIENT GREECE (2 films) 



ROVING EYE 

In PROSPECT OF LITERATURE (8 films) 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



ROY. SHEEP DOG OF THE SCOTTISH HIGH- 
LANDS. EBF 1958 18min sd b&w $110. rent 
$4.50: color $220. rent $7 
p-el Guide 
The story of a young boy's faith In a 
frivolous sheep dog named . Roy and his de- 
termined efforts to train his doff to compete 
with the finest sheep doffs in Scotland 
LG card Fi A 58-778 

RUBBER IN TODAY'S WORLD. Coronet 1957 
llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 
Jh-sh Guide 

Reviews the history of rubber, covering 
primitive methods of manufacture, the im- 
provements through vulcanization, and the mod- 
ern production and processes from plantation 
to market. Shows sources of and major steps 
in the production of synthetic rubber 

LC card Fi A 57-1027 

RUSSIAN REVOLUTION (2 films). EducFlni 
Ent 1957 60min sd b&w (Fifty years of 
history ser) $350 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Available in two half-hour films 
Presents the story of the Russian Revolu- 
tion and how the Bolsheviks created a new 
military state. Shows the principal figures and 
major incidents of the Russian Revolution and 
the first seven years after the Revolution 

RUTH ST DENIS AND TED SHAWN. EBF 

1958 30min sd b&w (Wisdom ser) $150 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by NBC ^ , ,, ^ 

Two of the founders of the Modern dance 
in America, are interviewed at Shawn's farm 
in Massachusetts. They perform three dances 
they created which greatly influenced American 
choreography „ „„„^ 

LC card Fi A 58-3325 



SADDLE MAKING. Tandy 1957 16min sd color 
free -loan . ^ . . 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Detailed instructions in how to make a 
saddle 

SAFE FARM WIRING— THE KEY TO EFFI- 
CIENT POWER USE. FilmProd 1958 19min 
sd color $150 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Covers proper installation and care of 
electrical wiring, primarily on forms. Stresses 
maximum safety and most efficient use of 
electric power. Covers grounding, wire size, 
fusing, lightning protection, proper use and 
care of electrical equipment 

SAFETY ADVENTURES OUT OF DOORS. 

EBF 1958 llmin sd b&w $60, rent $2.50; 
color $120. rent $4 

p-el Guide 

Explains that it is important to know 
how to play safely while swimming, boating, 
camping out, and playing on playgrounds. 
Gives examples of good safety habits and 
stresses important points through the use of 
rhymed slogans 

LC card Fi A 59-399 

SAILS TO THE WIND. Guild 1956 26%min sd 
b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

A story of vagabonds of the waterways — 
sailing by Chinese junk, sampan, schooner, 
cutter or yawl 

ST ANDREWS, CRADLE OF GOLF. NatEd 
Flms 1959 14min sd color $250, rent $20 

ad 

Sponsored by United States Golf Assn. 

Scenes of the historic town of St Andrews, 
the "cradle of golf" and the Old Course — in- 
cluding the rarely photographed Royal and An- 
cient Clubhouse 

THE SALESGIRLS 

In IOWA READING FILMS (COLLEGE 
LEVEL) (15 films) 



SAM HOUSTON LOVED THIS HOUSE. Edi- 
torial 1957 5min sd b&w or color (Our living 
heritage ser) free -loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by McCall's magazine 
Shows the home of the Texas hero in 
Huntsville and the food and customs of his day 

SATELLITES AND MISSILES 

In DOCTORS IN SPACE (13 films) 

SATELLITES, SCHOOLS, AND SURVIVALI 

NatEdAssn 1958 28min sd b&w $75 

c-ad 

Sponsored by Affiliated State Education 
Associations 

Shows the close relationship of the Ameri- 
can system of education to America's survival 
as a free nation. Includes interviews with Vice 
President Richard Nixon. Senator Lyndon John- 
son, H. Rowan Gaither, Jr., James R. Killian, 
Jr., and William G. Carr. Dramatizes the de- 
velopment of the present American educational 
system since 1900 

LC card Fi A 58-730 

SATELLITES: STEPPING STONES TO 
SPACE. FilmAssoc 1959 17i^min sd b&w 
$90, color $170 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Explains what satellites are and why they 
are important to us. Shows how satellites are 
placed on orbit, why they stay up, and what 
determines their lifetimes 

LC card Fi A 59-184 

SAVE THAT PLANT. WisU 1956 12y2min sd 
b&w rent 50c 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. of 
Agriculture (USDA) 

Instead of throwing out a damaged plant, 
a housewife shows how to report the main part 
of the plant and how to start cuttings from the 
broken leaf stalks. Discusses fertilizing, water- 
ing, sterilizing the soil, and soil mixtures 

SCENERY CONSTRUCTION FOR AMATEUR 
THEATERS. Coronet 1959 llmin sd b&w 
$60 

sh-c 

Produced by Frangor Films 

Covers the selection of woods for the 
frame — the basic unit of the set, the parts of 
the frame, and the assembly of the frame. De- 
scribes the proper employment of corner braces, 
toggle rail, keystones, application of fabric, 
optional sub-rail, lash-lines and cleats 

SCHOOL FOR JOHNNY. AmInstArch 1958 
14min sd color $65, rent $5 

ad 

. Produced by Henry J, Kaufman & As- 

Explains how the architect goes abort 
designing a school for Johnny. Clears up some 
misconceptions about cost comparisons and 
"low cost" designs. Shows examples of out- 
standing schools from all parts of the country 

SCHOOL UNDER THE TREES. TennGame& 
Fish 1958 13min sd b&w or color (World 
outdoors ser) purchase apply 

el-Jh-c-ad 

Presents a school for conservation offi- 
cers. Highlights a class in basic ecology. Shows 
a night session in duck and turkey calling 

SCHWEINFURT 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 

SCIENCE AND COMMON SENSE 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 

SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSIBILITY 
(22 films). NET 1956 ea SOmin sd b&w 
rent ea $4.75 

c-ad 
Produced by KETC 
Titles are: 
1. BEGINNINGS OF A CONFERENCE FOR 
TELEVISION. Introduces the series "Sci- 
ence and human responsibility" by dis- 
cussing the reasons for calling the con- 
ference. Surveys the problems to be dis- 
cussed 



67 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



SCI 
2 



ENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSIBILITY 

— Continued 

MAN'S ASPIRATIONS AND HIS FREE- 
DOM TO ATTAIN THEM. Discussion of 
the philosophic atmosphere in which sci- 
entists are doing their thinking. Ques- 
tions man's freedom to do anything 

MAN'S NEED. Analysis of man's trust and 
greatest needs. Points out that mans 
Aspirations and needs are not always one 
and the same thing 

RELATING HUMAN NEED TO HUMAN 
ASPIRATIONS.^ Use of man s freedom 
Tells how freedom can best be utilized 
to bring about an adjustment between 
aspirations and needs 

MILITARY PRECAUTIONS FOR PRE- 
VENTING WAR. Use of military force 
as the major deterrent to war until an 
international force can be established 

ECONOMIC PRECAUTIONS FOR PRE- 
VENTING WAR. Use of western capital 
for the industrial development of the 
under-developed areas of the world. Pre- 
sents an analysis of a long range foreign 
aid policy to help secure peace 

POLITICAL METHODS OF SOLVING DIF- 
FERENCES BETWEEN NATIONS. Dis- 
cussion of American Foreign Policy. 
Points up the need of convincing our 
allies we are doing "the right thing in 
foreign affairs 

LEGAL METHODS OF SOLVING DIF- 
FERENCES BETWEEN NATIONS. In- 
ternational law as an effective force in 
world affairs. Suggests that international 
law be backed with an international 
police force 

IDEAS AND IDEOLOGIES. Dynamics of 
ideas and ideologies. Suggests a cultural 
exchange with Russia in an effort to les- 
sen world tensions 
SOLVING DIFFERENCES BETWEEN 
NATIONS. Use of a world assembly and 
a world police force for maintaining peace 

MOBILIZING AGRICULTURAL RE- 

SOURCES. Necessity for maximum pro- 
duction of agricultural resources as a 
safeguard of world peace. Points out how 
a shortage of agricultural products espe- 
cially in underdeveloped areas, could pro- 
duce tensions more dangerous than the 
opposing ideologies of America and Rus- 
sia 

MOBILIZING ECONOMIC RESOURCES. 
Analysis of the existing economic re- 
sources of the world. Points up the great 
disparity existing between different areas. 
Suggests a massive transfer of seed cap- 
ital from the West to the East to bring 
the world standard of living to an over- 
all high level 

REALIZING THE WORLD'S ECOTTOMTC 
AND AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES. 
Ways and means of realizing the potential 
economic and agricultural resources of 
the world 

POPULATION. RESOURCES AND FUL- 
FILLMENT. The rapid growth in world 
population as a result of scientific ad- 
vances in control of disease. Discusses 
the question of the expanding population 
with respect to economic and agricul- 
tural resources 

POPULATION AND THE EARTH'S RE- 
SOURCES. Resources of the earth and 
their ability to support man. Discusses 
the expansion of population in relation 
to resources. Points out the possibility 
of birth control to curb the danger of 
population growth which could outrace 
the ability to produce 

16. MAKING IDEAS AVAILABLE ^TO 

PEOPLE. The needs of education, fed- 
eral aid. teacher and classroom shortages. 
Points out how individuals should be 
educated to make more valuable use of 
leisure time 

17. EDUCATING ON THE SUB-VERBAL 

LEVEL. Potentiality of education on the 
sub-verbal level. Discusses the training 
of the special senses such as vision and 
the autonomic nervous system. Points 
out the need for research and application 
of training on the sub -verbal level in order 
for man to attain a higher capacity for 
thought 



10. 



11. 



12. 



13. 



14. 



15. 



18. PREPARING PEOPLE FOR MORE SIG- 

NIFICANT LIVING. Ways and means of 
preparing people for more significant liv- 
ing. Discusses the importance of a .con- 
tinuing education after formal training 
has ended. Points out reasons why adults 
do not continue educating themselves and 
how to overcome these problems 

19. EDUCATION AND THE UNDER-DE- 

VELOPED AREAS OF THE WORLD. 
Suggests the use of an already -proven 
method of combating illiteracy in order 
to help the people of underdeveloped 
areas. Emphasizes that people are on the 
move and must be helped. 

20. AMERICA'S PLACE IN THE WORLD 

PICTURE. America's place in the world 
and her responsibility to bring about a 
peaceful world community through her 
available resources 

21. ACTIVATING HUMAN POTENTIAL. Syn- 

thesis of the many aspects of education 
as discussed in the preceding programs. 
Points out how education can be used 
most effectively in activating man's 
potential 

22. SUMMING UP. Presents the conclusions 

arrived at during the conference. Uses 
film clips of statements made by the 
various conferees to strengthen and point 
up the conference's conclusions 

SCIENCE AND NON-SCIENCE 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 

SCIENCE AND QUANTITY 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 

SCIENCE AND WHOLE NUMBERS 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 

SCIENCE DETECTIVES. ModernTP 1958 26min 
sd b&w free -loan 

p-ei-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by CBS for Charles Pfizer & Co. 

Discusses how bio-chemists are conduct- 
ing a diligent search for more antibiotics like 
penicillin and terramycin 

SCIENCE IN ISRAEL. Unitedlsr 1957 15min 
sd b&w (Drew Pearson reports on Holy 
Land ser) rent $3 

c-ad 
Points out that the men who brought 
atomic science to the United States were Jewish 
refugees from Hitler. Today, similar refugees 
are working in Israel not only on atomic science 
but in training medical students and helping to 
prolong human life 

SCIENTIFIC FORECASTING 

In SCIENTIFIC METHODS (13 films) 

SCIENTIFIC METHODS (13 films). NET 1957 
ea 30min sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

sh-ad 
Produced by KQED 
Titles are: 

1. SCIENTISTS AND PEOPLE. Discusses the 

role of the scientist in society. Indicates 
why a broad acquaintance with science is 
essential for the educated man 

2. OBSERVATION AND EXPERIMENT. Ex- 

plains the scientific method and how it is 
used. Points out that science is based 
on observable facts. Illustrates how com- 
plete reliance on the physical senses can 
be deceiving 

3. LAWS OF MEN AND NATURE. Discusses 

the laws of men and nature. Provides 
examples using the laws of conservation 
of mass and energy. Explains the gas 
laws and how gases behave. Defines prin- 
ciples and rules and how they differ from 
laws 

4. INTERPRETING THE EVIDENCE. Ex- 

plains why natural laws tell how things 
may be expected to act. Provides ex- 
amples using the gas laws. Uses a film 
sequence of molecular action. Tells how 
explanations of natural laws result in con- 
cepts leading to comprehensive theories 



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5. MODELS, MOLECULES. AND MATHE- 

MATICS. Explains how the results of 
observation and experiment can be illus- 
trated with models. Demonstrates with 
models of crystals and molecules. Tells 
how models help in understanding phe- 
nomena and suggests mathematical rela- 
tionships 

6. SCIENTIFIC FORECASTING. Discusses the 

importance of scientific forecasting. Com- 
pares forecasting through astrology, 
palmistry, laws or average, and the busi- 
ness cycle with the scientific methods of 
valid theory and statistical evaluation 

7. STATISTICAL EVIDENCE. Illustrates the 

laws of chance or probability. Discusses 
fallacies of what is "normal" and "ab- 
normal." Points out the variability of 
human beings by discussing the average 
man. Emphasizes limitations in what can 
be predicted 

8. YOU CANNOT KNOW THE UNKNOW- 

ABLE. Discusses the limits of predict- 
ability. Illustrates the nature of what is 
knowable and unknowable with the use 
of a swinging compound pendulum and 
an explanation of various properties of 
electrons 

9. SOCIOLOGY OF MOLECULES. Discusses 

the forces that differentiate species of 
molecules. Reviews briefly the structure 
and nature of atoms and molecules. Shows 
different factors affecting the solubility 
of gases, liquids, and solids in water and 
other liquids 

10. STORY OF HELIUM. Traces the scientific 

value of the discovery of helium to appli- 
cations in deep sea diving and high alti- 
tude flying 

11. BEASTS AND BONES. Explains the meth- 

ods of analysis used in understanding the 
complexity, forms, and inter-relations of 
animals. Demonstrates with charts and 
models how animals are classified accord- 
ing to what they do and skeletal char- 
acteristics 

12. QUIZ PROGRAM: SUMMARY. Reviews the 

important concepts of the preceding pro- 

frams through questions and answers, 
'ouches briefly on such concepts as the 
law of survival, law of averages, in- 
telligence, and the criteria of scientific 
judgment 

13. TO YOUNG PEOPLE WITH ACTIVE 

MINDS. Discusses the future of scientific 
endeavor and the qualities which help 
make a scientist. Explains why the young 
person interested in science should possess 
curiosity, imagination, drive, and a criti- 
cal sense 

SCIENTIFIC TRAINING 

In HERITAGE II (6 films) 

SCIENTIST AND HIS WORK 
In HERITAGE li (6 films) 

SCIENTISTS AND PEOPLE 

In SCIENTIFIC METHODS (13 films) 

SCREW THREADS. PurdueU 1958 27min sd 
b«&w $125. rent $3.25 

sh-c-ad 

Defines, by means of models and draw- 
ings, the important terms associated with screw 
threads. Explains step-by-step constructions of 
national threads and square thread^ 

SCULPTOR CARVES A GIANT. Classroom 1956 
16min sd color $1150 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Three Rivers Productions 
College students commission the sculptor. 
Carroll Barnes to create a monumental carving 
for their campus. The progress of the statue 
is followed from the fellmg of a giant redwood 
to the actual unveiling in their memorial court 
LC card Fi A 58-3538 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3328 

SCULPTURE— l-XI 

In SCULPTURE SERIES (11 films) 

SCULPTURE IN RELIEF 

In VISITS WITH A SCULPTOR (10 films) 



SCULPTURE IN THE WORLD OF ART. NET 

1956 30mm sd b&w (World of art ser) rent 
$4.75 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by WQED 

Presents a historical review of sculptur- 
ing, emphasizing the materials and techniques 
employed in creating this art form. Discusses 
sculptural masterpieces from Egypt. Assyria, 
and Greece 

SCULPTURE IN WOOD 

In VISITS WITH A SCULPTOR (10 films) 

SCULPTURE SERIES (11 films). NET 1956 ea 
29min sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by KETC-TV 
Titles are: 

SCULPTURE— I. Discusses the materials and 
tools used in modeling a portrait bust 
from clay. Shows the steps in applying 
clay to the armature. Illustrates how the 
sculptor proceeds to develop essential 
characteristics of the model's head 

SCULPTURE— II. Brings the portrait bust to 
life-size proportions by adding more clay 
to the armature. Begins work on some of 
the details of form ending with a general 
likeness of the model 

SCULPTOR— III. Demonstrates the placement 
and modeling of facial features. Explains 
the technique of "drawing" and the im- 
portance of working all over the bust. 
Discusses the place of the death mask 
in sculpturing 

SCULPTURE— IV. Presents a review of the 
materials and work completed in the pre- 
ceding programs. Explains the three gen- 
eral parts into which the head is divided. 
Shows the sculptor working on the eyes, 
chin, ears and nose 

SCULPTURE— V. Explains how the artist 
works to refine certain areas. Shows how 
to "draw" carefully in the clay to bring 
out certain characteristics of the model. 
Discusses capturing certain expressions 
in the clay 

SCULPTURE— VI. Explains how an area can 
be broken up into planes by the use of 
a block of wood. Shows ways of modeling 
the eyes. Discusses the importance of the 
sculptor being able to draw graphically 

sculpture:— VII. completes the clay bust. 
Shows how the eye is modeled. Empha- 
sizes the importance of having different 
Barts work together as a whole. Outlines 
le many finishing techniques that can 
be used 

SCULPTURE— VIII. Illustrates the mold cast- 
ing stage in the development of the sculp- 
tural portrait. Shows how plaster is 
mixed, applied to the clay, and the Im- 
portance of working fast. Discusses the 
use of shims for separating the mold 

SCULPTURE— IX. Demonstrates the removal 
of the mold from the clay bust. Shows 
methods and implements used in remov- 
ing the cast. Points out the importance 
of being careful and patient. Reviews 
briefly what has taken place during the 
preceding programs 

SCULPTURE— X. Discusses the process of 
making a plaster cast. Points out how 
the molds are shellacked and placed to- 
gether again. Demonstrates how the 
plaster is mixed. Shows the process of 
pouring the plaster into the mold 

SCULPTURE— XL Shows how the mold is re- 
moved from the finished plaster bust. 
Discusses the use of bluing in the first 
coat of plaster. Illustrates the use of 
the screw driver and mallet in removing 
the mold. Concludes with a comparison 
of the model and the completed plaster 
portrait bust 

SEA BIRDS AND SEA„ ELEPHANTS. Guild 
1956 26i/2min sd b&w (Kingdom of the 
sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh.c-ad 
Life on remote islands off the Pacific 
Coast, featuring penguins, pelicans, seals and 
the almost extinct sea elephants 



SCULPTURE IN STONE 

In VISITS WITH A SCULPTOR (10 films) 



SEA OF AIR 

In DOCTORS IN SPACE (13 films) 



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SEA OF CORTEZ. Aluma 1957 13%min sd 
color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Lareina Productions ^ , 
Spear fishing for the large grouper fish 
off the Tibrion Islands 

SEA OTTER. Barr 1958 llmin sd color $100. 

''^''^ ^^ el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Shows how the sea otter is being slowly 
restored after near extinction by ^ early fur 
hunters; studies the life habits of the sea 

°"®' LC card Fi A 58-3335 

SEA OTTERS OF AMCHITKA. Thorne 1959 
45min sd color $450. rent $20 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by H. Robert Krear 
Stresses the life history, ecology, and be- 
havior of the sea otter. Shows the interrela- 
tions of the sea otter with other animal life 
in its environment 

SEA SPORTS. Guild 1956 26y2min sd b&w 
(Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-c-ad 
Shows speedboat racing, body surfing. O- 
lympic swimmers, fancy divers, the Inter- 
natonal Surfboard Competition in Hawaii, and 
babies that swim underwater 

SEA YIELDS TO KNOWLEDGE. Guild 1956 
26%min sd b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) 

rent apply , ,u u ^ 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Depicts the training of men in the United 
States (Joast Guard— to guard life and property 
the world over 

SEAFOODS AND CUSTOMS. NET 1956 15min 
sd b&w (Frontiers of the sea ser) rent $3 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by University of Miami 
Discusses how customs, religious beliefs. 
habits, and social prestige tend to, prejudice 
society against many tasty and nutritious sea- 
foods. Shows a number of little known sea ani- 
mals, including the sea urchin, needle fisi 
lamprey, and octupus, and tells of their food 
possibilities 

SEAN O'CASEY. EBF 1958 30min sd b&w 
(Wisdom ser) $150, rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC^,^ . .^ ... 

Dramatist Sean O' Casey visits with a 
young American friend at his home in England, 
discusses great playwrights whom he has 
known and admired — including Shaw, Yeats, 
and Lady Gregory — and speaks of the great 
hope he holds for the world 

LC card Fi A 58-1134 

SEARCH FOR SEA-RUN SPECKLED. Mod- 
ernTP 1958 27V^min sd color free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c ad 

Produced by W. G. Beal, Inc. for Aluma 
Craft, Johnson Motors, Wright McGill Co. 

Depicts a fishing expert in Nova Scotia 
in quest of a rare catch — the sea-run speckleds, 
brook trout that have reverted to the habits of 
their ancient ancestors, the Atlantic salmon 

SECRETS OF SEED GROWTH. TennGame& 
Fish 1958 13min sd b&w or color (World 
outdoors ser) free -loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Time -lapse photography reveals the 
growth of a kernel of Indian corn 

SEE HOW THEY LEARN. IndU 1956 29min sd 
b&w $135, rent $5.50 

c-ad 

Shows how children through the first 
three grades are taught the fundamentals of 
reading, writing, arithmetic, and spelling. Com- 
ments about today's classrooms and the pro- 
fessional qualities of teachers 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3610 

SEEDS OF NATIVISM 

In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 



SEEING DOUBLE 

In PROSPECT OF LITERATURE (8 films) 

SELF-PORTRAITS IN THE WORLD OF ART. 

NET 1956 30min sd b&w (World of art 
ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WQED , ^ 

Discusses the importance of the self- 
portrait as a means of art expression. Demon- 
strates the various techniques involved in 
painting self-portraits by having two profes- 
sional artists develop their own likenesses 

SEMPERVIRENS. See FOREVER LIVING 
FORESTS 

SENATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRE- 
SENTATIVES 
In FROM CAPITOL HILL: PARTY GOV- 
ERNMENT AND THE UNITED 
STATES CONGRESS (8 films) 

SEND OFF. Assn 1959 12min sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Editorial Films for Evapo- 
rated Milk Assn. 

Two youngsters prepare a going-away 
dinner from round-the-world recipes — included 
are chicken Marco Polo, Asparagus Romano, 
French Bread, Piccadilly Circus Salad and 
Fudge Cake 

SENSE OF HUMOR. NET 1956 30min sd b&w 
(Measure of man ser) rent $4.75 

c-ad 

Produced by KQED 

Analyzes comedy: what is funny and why 
it is funny. Discusses the purpose of humor 
and how it is used by satirists. Highlights 
humor through the use of cartoons, jokes, and 
literary selections. Lets the viewer draw the 
final conclusions on the nature of humor 

SENSE OF TRAGEDY. NET 1956 30min sd b&w 
(Measure of man ser) rent $4.75 

c-ad 

Produced by KQED 

Evaluates the significance of the "sense 
of tragedy" in making a measure of man. 
Analyzes the pleasure man derives from the 
tragedy of a fellow creature in literature or 
drama. Presents writings and documents from 
real life to inquire into the elements that make 
tragedy 



SER Y ESTAR 
In SPANISH 
(7 films) 



INSTRUCTO-FILM SERIES 



SERPENT OF BRASS. Moody 1957 12%min sd 
color (Bible adventures ser) rent $6 

p-el-Jh 

Correlated with the fllmstrip of the same 
title 

Explains that God's people often become 
discouraged when they drop their guard of 
faith, emphasizing the importance of keeping 
eyes turned to Christ as Saviour 

LC card Fi A 58-1008 

SERVICE STATION. Dowling 1958 llmin sd 
color $110 

p-et Guide 
Begins with a sequence on early automo- 
biles and service conditions. Shows how service 
stations are an essential part of modern com- 
munity life everywhere. Details the services 
given and the equipment used 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3830 

SEURAT'S PARISIAN SUNDAYS. NET 1956 
15min sd b&w (Images of art ser) rent $4 

sh-c-ad 

_ Produced by Radiodifussion Television 
Francaise 

Uses paintings by Seurat to develop a 
theme about Parisian Sundays. Provides a 
general introduction to the series 

17 CENTURIES INTO FOCUS. Sterl-MovUSA 
1957 15min sd b&w (Algerian portfolio ser) 
free -loan 

c-ad 
^ ^ Sponsored by Robert Schofield & Asso- 

History from the Phoenicians, Romans, 
Turks and Barbary pirates to the Algeria today 



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SEVENTEENTH AND EIGHTEENTH CEN- 
TURI ES 
In EDUCATION IN AMERICA SERIES (3 
films) 

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN. BaptistBk 1957 
29min sd b&w (This ia the answer ser) 
$180. rent $9 .^ ^ 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Family Films for Southern 
Baptist Radio and ^Television Commission 

A man who lias been helped by others 
in his successful business, is hard and ruthless 
in dealing with others in his debt. The mean- 
ing of forgiveness is clearer to him when he 
blinds his own son in a hunting accident. Based 
on Matthew 18:23-35 

SEXUALITY AND CRIME ^, ^ 
In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

SHADOW OF TOMORROW. BaptistBk 1957 
29min sd b&w (This is the answer ser) 
$180, rent $9 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Family Films for Southern 
Baptist Radio and Television Commission 

When a self sufficient young man con- 
tracts polio and is paralyzed, his clinging vine 
type of wife transfers her dependency to his 
best friend and almost ruins three lives. She 
does mature, however, with the help of the 
doctor, and finally understands that her life 
must be grounded In faith beyond herself or 
her husband 

SHADOWS. NET 1957 15min sd b&w (Uncle 
Wonder's workshop ser) rent $3 

p-el 

Produced by WCET . ^ . , 

Explains shadows and illustrates materials 

that cast shadows and others that do not. 

Shows how to make a sun clock 

SHARK. Guild 1956 26i^min sd b&w (Kingdom 
of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-e!-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows the capture of a basking shark 
weighing over 2600 pounds 

SHELLFISHING IN THE CHESAPEAKE. Vir- 
ginia-Ed 1956 29min sd b&w $90, rent $4; 
color $195, rent $8 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Discmsses Virginia's tidal waters and the 
fish which are caught there for commercial 
purposes, and shows the netting methods used 
to catch the various major species 

LC card Fi A 58-281 

SHIP BEST WAY. UnitedAIr 1958 28min sd 
color free -loan 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Gate & McGlone 
Describes the efficiencies and economies 
which can be realized through modern air 
shipment. Shows how a traffic manager faced 
with a severe competitive problem turns to air 
freight shipment for his product 

SHIP'S BELLES AT MYSTIC. NatEng&Boat 
1958 14min sd color (Water world ser) free- 
loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Victor Kayfetz Productions 
Depicts Girl Scout mariners as they live 
aboard the square-rigged "Joseph Conrad" and 
learn of America's heritage of the sea in 
Mystic's (Connecticut) Youth Education Pro- 
gram 

THE SHRIMP. NET 1956 15min sd b&w (Fron- 
tiers of the sea ser) rent $3 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by University of Miami 
Discusses the value of the shrimp as a 
food resource. Explains the life history of the 
shrimp^ and shows the areas in which they are 
found. Describes the techniques used in catch- 
ing the grooved shrimp 

SICILY, ISLAND OF THE SUN. DavisProd 
1958 15min sd b&w $75, color $150 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Views of Palermo, Greek and Roman 
ruins, tarantella dancers and orchestra, a pup- 
pet performance, hand carved and painted 



carts, and architectural variations due to for- 
eign occupation. Shows the fight of giant tuna 
against men using Arabic methods of fishing 
I^C card Fi A 58-601 

SICK MINDS AND CRIME 

In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

SIGHTS ON AFRICA. ModernTP 1956 25min 
sd color free -loan 

ad 
Sponsored by Lyman Gunsight Co. 
Depicts a one-man safari in Africa. 
Shows stalking zebra, rhinoceros and ele- 
phants. Includes scenes of native butchering 
of slain game 

SIGN AND SYMBOL 

In WRITTEN WORD (15 films) 



SIGNIFICANCE OF THE 
SCROLLS 
In HERITAGE VII (5 films) 



DEAD 



SEA 



SIGNIFICANCE OF THE OLD TESTAMENT 
In HERITAGE VII (5 films) 

SIMPLE PLANTS: ALGAE AND FUNGI. Co- 
ronet 1957 13%min sd b&w $75, color $137.50 

Jh-sh Guide 

Describes major characteristics of simple 
plants and shows how they differ from higher 
plants; shows their natural habitats; explains 
major differences between algae and fungi; and 
points out diverse human uses of algae and 
fungi 

LC card Fi A 57-1023 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3484 

SIMPLE PLANTS: BACTERIA. Coronet 1958 
13%min sd b&w $75, color $137.50 

Jh-sh-c Guide 

A study of bacteria and the science of 
bacteriology, with reference to the major char- 
acteristics of bacteria, the useful and harmful 
varieties, the growing of bacterial colonies, the 
methods of checking bacterial growth, and the 
use of antibiotics. Microscopic views reveal 
the three known groups — spiral, rod-shaped, 
and spherical bacteria — the bacterial digestive 
process, and the nature of enzymes 

LC card Fi A 58-754 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3789 

SINGING IN THE GENERAL MUSIC CLASS- 
SEVENTH GRADE. lowaU 1957 30min sd 
b&w $100. rent $3.75 

c-ad Guide 
Particularly concerned with the Implica- 
tions Inherent In working with singing groups 
which include voices that are changing 

SIR OSBERT SITWELL. EBF 1958 30min sd 
b&w (Wisdom ser) $150, rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

Sir Osbert Sitwell. British writer and wit, 
entertains Samuel Chotzinoff, American critic 
and music director. In his ancestral home, Ren- 
shaw Hall: gives his views on a variety of 
topics, including aristocracy and art, democ- 
racy and the common man, the world situa- 
tion, personal prejudices, and his career as a 
writer 

LC card FI A 58-640 

SIX-LEGGED CLASS. NET 1956 30min sd 
b&w (Discovery II ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by WGBH 

Discusses the characteristics of insects. 

Introduces three insect hobbyists who con- 
duct a field trip to point out the insects of the 
field and stream. Close-ups of seldom-seen in- 
sects 

SIXTH^ INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 
AND CANADA CUP MATCHES. NatEd 
Flms 1959 26min sd color $250, rent $20 

ad 

Sponsored by International Golf Assn. 

Shows ^ professional golfers in Mexico 
City. November 1958, Brawshaw and O'Connor 
win the Canada Cup, and Angel Miguel of 
Spain wins the International Trophy for indi- 
vidual play 



71 



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^"fn°jF''^ilSliinWD SCENT.STS (23 
fifms) 

SKETCHING IN THE WORLD OF ART. NET 
1956 30min sd b&w (World of art ser) rent 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by WQED ^ , ^ * 

Discusses the creation of a work of art 
through sketching. Shows the expression of an 
idea using a variety of media and techniques. 
Uses the work of Miro. Kandinsky, and otners 
of the contemporary school to clarify the ex- 
pression of concepts and objectives 

SKI FLIGHT TO AUSTRIA. Hook 1959 27min 
sd b&w $120; color $200, rent $25 

e!-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Follows a group of expert skiers from 22 
ski clubs as they ski at St Anton, Zurs and 
Kitzbuhel. Shows the 23rd Arlberg-Kandahar 
slalom and downhill races. Close-ups of Olym- 
pic Squad members 

SKILLED WORKER 

In NATURE OF WORK (6 films) 

SKY WATCH ON SS'. BellTel 1957 33min sd 
color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Audio Productions 
The planning and construction of the Mid- 
Canada Warning Line which forms part of the 
joint Canada-United States continental air de- 
fense plan, and the problems faced throughout 
this vast project 

SLANG AROUND THE WORLD. NET 1957 
29min sd b&w (World we want: 1957 ser) 
rent $4.75 

sh-ad 

Produced by WOR-TV 

Teenagers from four foreign countries 
discuss American slang as an obstacle to the 
understanding of English and as a puzzlement 
and source of amusement to foreign visitors. 
The young people also examine slang words 
and phrases in their own languages 

SLIDE RULE. EBF 1958 32min sd b&w $150, 
rent $5.50; color $300, rent $8.50 

Jh-sh Guide 
Teaches the beginner, by actual demon- 
stration, to use the slide rule 

SMALL BUSINESS— U.S.A. Ideal 1958 30min sd 
b&w rent $2.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Wilding Picture Productions 
for Dun and Bradstreet 

Questions "Is there a formula for suc- 
cess in business?" An accountant visits a 
number of small businesses and sees the varied 
problems which exist. Explains why small busi- 
nesses succeed or fail in surmounting these 
problems. Discusses the service of the busi- 
nessman to the community 

LO card Fi A 59-273 

SMART ONES GOT THROUGH 

In IOWA READING FILMS (COLLEGE 
LEVEL) (15 films) 

SMART SET. NatCotton 1957 5%min sd b&w 
free -loan 

el-ad 
Features back -to -school cottons for chil- 
dren, ages 9-11 

SMATTERING OF SPOTS. Brandon 1958 llmin 
sd b&w purchase apply, rent $7.50 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Storyboard 
Collection of 14 animated television com- 



mercial spots by John Hubley. with imagina- 
tive use of design, drawings, musical scoring 
and wit. Music by Benny Carter. Duke Elling- 



ton, and others 

SMITH SYSTEM. Ford 1957 8min sd b&M 
(Driver education ser) free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
A specialist advises on how to drive safe- 
ly with the "Smith System" 



SNAPSHOTS OR SORRY. Eastman 1958 15min 
sd color free -loan 

p-el-jh-sh 
Intended to stimulate groups of begin- 
ners to take more pictures 

THE SNOB. McGraw 1958 14min sd (Discus- 
sion problems ser) b&w $80. rent apply; 
color $160, rent apply 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Produced by Centron Corp. 

Presents for group discussion the problem 
of the snob in high school, indicating the 
reasons for such behavior 

LC card Fi A 59-57 

SO MANY WITH SO LITTLE 

In NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL POLICY 
(6 films) 

SOCIOLOGY OF MOLECULES 

In SCIENTIFIC METHODS (13 films) 

SOFTBALL FUNDAMENTALS FOR ELE- 
MENTARY SCHOOLS. Bailey 1958 lOmin 
sd b&w $50. rent $3 

el Guide 

Produced by William Furman 

Shows a class of boys and girls learning 
to play Softball. The children demonstrate what 
they have talked about in the classroom, prac- 
ticing techniques. Outlines the rules of the 
game during play and stresses safety measures 

LC card Fi A 59-406 

SOLID GOLD HOURS. Dartnell 1958 30min s^i 
b&w $290, rent $40; color $335, rent $60 

c-ad Guide 
Produced by Jam Handy Organization 
Shows salesmen how they can make more 
productive use of their time. Solid gold hours 
are those that a salesman spends face -to -face 
with prospects and customers 
LC card Fi A 59-274 

SOLUBILITY: DISSOLVING GASES, LIQUIDS 
AND SOLIDS. NET 1956 30min sd b&w 
(Tempest in a test tube ser) rent $4.75 

Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by KQED 

Demonstrates the solubility of a solid in 
a liquid by dissolving salts in water, a gas in 
a liquid with carbonated beverages and an 
ammonia fountain, and a gas in a liquid using 
charcoal 

SOLUTIONS. Coronet 1959 16min sd b&w $90, 
color $165 

sh-c Guide 

Demonstrates the important character- 
istics of solutions. Defines solutions, both ionic 
and nonionic, and visualizes the common types. 
Describes factors which influence solubility, 
such as temperature, pressure, and composition; 
shows some of the practical applications of so- 
lutions in the chemistry of everyday life 

LC card Fi A 59-388 

SOLVING DIFFERENCES BETWEEN NA- 
TIONS 
In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITIES (22 films) 

SONATA IN B MINOR, OPUS 8, FOR UN- 
ACCOMPANIED CELLO, BY KODALY. 

CreatSoc 1958 20min sd b&w $85, rent $12; 
color $185. rent $16.50 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Michael Allen Productions 
for Allen Hancock Foundation 

George Neikrug, cellist, performs one of 
the most difficult compositions ever written 
for cello 

SONG OF THE CLOUDS. Shell 1957 36min sd 
color free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Explains the importance of enforcing in- 
ternational standards of pilot and crew train- 
ing, navigation, aircraft inspection and main- 
tenance, communication, weather information, 
airport operation, passenger and freight 
scheduling and routing, and other attendant 
operations; and describes the economic and 
cultural importance of air transport operations 

LC card Fi A 58-437 



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SONS OF MONTEZUMA. DetroitPS 1958 22min 
sd color $150. rent $5 

el-Jh-sh-c Guide 

History of Mexico City, the contributions 
of the native and European cultures and ,the 
blending of these in the life of the modern 
capital. Ultra-modern buildings, mosaics, night 
scenes, sports, religion, ancient temples, the 
modern National University 

BFLA evaluation card No. 3791 

SONS OF NEPTUNE. Guild 1956 26y2min sd 
b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Portrays lifeguards standing watch for 
swimmers on ocean beaches. Shows skin- 
diving to remove the menace of a starfish, and 
the training of a channel swimmer 

SOUND (2 films). NET 1957 ea 15min sd b&w 
(Uncle Wonder's workshop ser) rent ea $3 

p-el 

Produced by WCET 

Part 1. Provides an introduction to the series 
"Uncle Wonder's workshop" by touring 
Uncle Wonder's laboratory, greenhouse, 
and workshop. Demonstrates principles of 
sound using the human voice, saw blades, 
and rubber bands 

Part 2. Continues with a review of vibrations 
and sound. Explains how sound follows a 
definite course. Demonstrates the prin- 
ciples of a stethoscope. Shows how to 
make string telephones and a straw clari- 
net 

SOUNDS OF LANGUAGE 

In LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS (13 
films) 

SOUTH PACIFIC HORIZONS. UW 1957 9min 
sd (World parade ser) b&w $22.95, color 
$47.25 

el-Jh-sh-ad 
Panorama of the South Pacific's primitive 
islands and the life of its people 

SOUTH SEAS. Guild 1956 26i^min sd b&w 
(Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-ei-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Paul and Titari Wiser sail their lugger 
back to Titari' s Tahitian home where they 
find a great pearl bed; re -activate the industry 
then lose their lugger on an uninhabited island 
where they live a Robinson Crusoe life for 
four months until saved by friends 

SPACE SCIENTIST. Neubacher 1958 llmin sd 
color $110 

el-Jh-ad Guide 
A space scientist demonstrates the opera- 
tion of an inhabited space research laboratory 
and some of the physical phenomena found in 
outer space 

LC card FI A 58-1043 

SPANISH COLONIAL FAMILY OF THE 
SOUTHWEST. Coronet 1959 13i^min sd 
b&w $75. color $137.50 

el-Jh Guide 
Recreates the life of a Spanish colonial 
family living on a self-sufficient hacienda in 
southwestern United States in the earlv 19th 
century. Shows the typical pattern of life on 
the hacienda itself and the roles of the South- 
western Indians and the Catholic mission 

SPANISH INSTRUCTO-FILM SERIES (7 
films). Audivision 1959 sd b&w 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Titles are: 

1. PRONUNCIACI6N Y ACENTUACION 21min 

$105, rent $10. How to pronounce and 
stress correctly Spanish words, and a bit 
of pertinent geography 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3826 

2. GfiNERO T Nt?MERO— I. 15min $75, rent 

$8. Practice of masculine, feminine and 
neuter, singular and plural forms of 
articles, nouns, adjectives; comparative, 
superlative; days, months, seasons 

3. GfeNERO T NtrMERO— II. 12min $60. rent 

$7. Practice of masculine, feminine and 
neuter, singular and plural forms of the 
demonstratives and possessives; relative 
possessives. Cardinal and ordinal numbers 
subject to gender and number 



4. SER T ESTAR. 12min $60, rent $7. Differ- 

ences between the two verbs clearly ex- 
plained. Adverbs of place 

5. PRONOMBRES PERSONALES. 16min $80. 

rent $8. Subject, prepositional, object, 
reflexive, reciprocal and impersonal 

6. VERBOS REQULARES— INFINITIVO, IN- 

DICATIVO Y CONDICIONAL. 17min $85, 
rent $8. Infinitive, indicative and condi- 
tional moods. Meaning of tenses 

7. VERBOS REGULARES— SUBJUNTIVO E 

IMPERATIVO. 18min $90, rent p. Sub- 
junctive and imperative. Meaning and 
uses of present and imperfect subjunctive. 
Sequence of tenses. Phrases that require 
the subjunctive tenses. Difference be- 
tween affirmative and negative imperative 

SPANISH: INTRODUCING THE LANGUAGE. 

Coronet 1959 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Scenes of activities typical of the Span- 
ish-speaking world, examples of Spanish words 
in the English language, and a brief dramatiza- 
tion using Spanish dialogue. Presents a Span- 
ish song and several common expressions 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3905 

SPANISH TRAGEDY (2 films). EducFlmEnt 
1958 60min sd b&w (Fifty years of history 
ser) $350 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Available in two half-hour films 
Shows how the European fascist powers 
working behind Spanish insurgents challenged 
and defeated the loyalist Government in Spain 

SPANNING LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN. Ideal 
Cement 1957 19min sd b&w free-loan 

jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows how the building of the New 
Orleans Causeway, the world's longest over- 
water span, was accomplished. Depicts several 
new construction techniques 

SPEED AND REFLEXES. Progress rev 1958 
lO^^min sd b&w (Driver education ser) $50, 
rent $2 

sh-c-ad 
Revision of 1949 film 

Explains the human reflex time and the 
eflects of fatigue upon reflexes and visibility 
range. Discusses friction, centrifugal force, 
gravity and kenetic energy. Urges drivers not 
to exceed speeds which violate natural laws 
and physical limitations 

SPEED, SPRAY AND SPILLS. Guild 1956 
26%min sd b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) 
rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Water racing in Indian canoes and the 
Gold Cup Race at 185 miles per hour! Tiny 
"pumpkin-seeds" bouncing over the water, a 
humorous race through the twisting Samamish 
Slough 

SPENDING MONEY. Family 1958 15min sd 
(Our children ser) b&w rent $5, color rent 
$8 

p-el Guide 
Dorothy's desire for a special collar al- 
most gets her in trouble as the contrast in 
money concepts between her family and the 
family next door overwhelms her for the time 
being. A new lesson in right attitudes towards 
money is learned 

SPINA BIFIDA. NewarkSpecEd 1959 30min si 
color rent apply 

ad 
Shows, at Branch Brook School in New- 
ark, N.J.. the possibilities of children with the 
congenital defect known as spina bifida. A 
basic rehabilitation program is administered 
to each child according to his needs and his 
medical recommendation. Stresses problems 
caused by sensory loss and Incontinence 

SPORTS THRILLS OF 1957. MillerBrew 1958 
28min sd color free-loan 

ad 

Produced by Tel-Ra Productions 
Highliprhts of Professional Football 
Championship game; highlights of the major 
league All-star classic; the Miller High Life 
open golf tournament; Milwaukee's 100 mile 
big car auto race; and water skiers performing 
at Cypress Gardens, Fla. 



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SPOTTY THE FAWN IN WINTER. Coronet 
1958 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 

p-el Guide 

Shows Spotty the fawn as he sees hin 
first snow in the forest, and describes how a 
little girl who puts out food for the animals 
helps Spotty survive his first winter 

LC card Fi A 58-1146 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3906 

SPRINGBOK VICTORY. NZealEmb 1956 
lOmin sd b&w rent apply 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows captains and players in New Zea- 
land and South African teams before one of 
their rugby football matches, and high lights 
of the game 

LC card Fi A 58-487 

SPUTNIK— ITS IMPACT AND CHALLENGE. 
World 1957 29min sd b&w (Your world 
in crisis ser) $80, rent $8 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Metropolitan Educational 
Television Assn. 

Discussion of the scientific, military and 
propaganda implications of the Soviet launch- 
ing of Sputnick I. Newspaper participants: 
William R. Frye, William Laurence, and Ejrish- 
namachari Balaraman 

SQUARE DANCE 5: TEXAS STAR. IndU 19r>7 
llmin sd (Let's square dance ser) b&w $50, 
rent $2; color $100, rent $3.25 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Teaches a dance in which all couples, all 
ladies, or all men are active at the same time 
in a symmetrical pattern 

LC card Fi A 58-961 

STAGING THE OPERA 

In OPERA FOR TODAY (6 films) 

STARFIGHTER 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 

STATE TROOPER. Ford 1957 27min sd b&w 
free -loan 

Jh-sh-ad 
Describes State Police cooperation with 
other law enforcement agencies. Depicts a bank 
robbery sequence 

STATISTICAL EVIDENCE 

In SCIENTIFIC METHODS (13 films) 

STATUES D'EPOUVANTE. French 1956 20min 
sd b&w rent $1 

c-ad 

French narration 

Shows the early years of Fernand Leger, 
Jacques Villon, Picasso, Braque, Delaunay, 
Juan Gris; their association with poets such 
as Apollinaire, Reverdy, Max Jacob, Blaise 
Cendrars; the rebukes and insults of the 
critics and the gradual acceptance of their art 

STEEL RESEARCH. USSteel 1958 13%min sd 
color free -loan 

c-ad 
Condensation of film "Research in steel" 
Produced by Motion Picture Techniques 
Highlights of steel research as performed 
at the Monroeville Research Center 

STEEL VALLEY. SharonSteel 1957 18min sd 
b&w free -loan 

Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by Industrial Film Producers 
Shows how rare specialty metals, includ- 
ing stamless steel and titanium, are made in 
one . of the nation's largest steel companies. 
Depicts end uses to which specialty steels are 
put from bicycles and table flatware to jet 
airplanes 

STEEL WIRE FOR INDUSTRY. Venard 1957 
24^min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Keystone Steel & Wire Co. 

Closeups depict processing in a steel and 
wire .mill. Shows how metallurgical science 
contributes to development of new types of wire 
for industrial uses 

STORM CLOUDS OVER THE COLONIES 

In COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS SE- 
RIES (13 films) 



STORY OF ANYBURG, U.S.A. Disney 1958 
8min sd color lease $100, rent $3 

sh-c-ad Guide 

The court of Anyburg brings a series of 
automobiles to trial accused of being respon- 
sible for accidents. The defense lawyer suc- 
ceeds in fixing the blame where it belongs — on 
the man and not the car 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3720 

STORY OF DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION. 
ModernTP 1958 21min sd b&w or color free- 
loan 

ad 
Produced by Colmes-Werrenrath Produc- 
tions for Sears Roebuck Foundation 

Explains the role of "D.E." in a typical 
community school program and how it pre- 
pares young people for careers in buying, re- 
tail selling, financing, advertising, and many 
other fields 

STORY OF HELIUM 

In SCIENTIFIC METHODS (13 films) 

STORY OF OUR MONEY SYSTEM. Coronet 
1958 sd b&w $60. color $110 

el-Jh Guide 

Traces the evolution of the unified monev 
system from the ancient practice of bartering 
to the convenient forms of exchange used 
today. Illustrates the early use of animals and 
other mediums of exchange, showing the de- 
velopment of metal coins, the English pouna, 
the pine tree shilling of New England, and the 
adoption of the dollar unit in America 

LC card Fi A 58-753 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3721 

STORY OF OUR NUMBER SYSTEM. Coronet 
1958 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Traces the historical development of num- 
bers, discussing the counting systems of the 
Babylonian Empire, the Mayan civilization, and 
Rome; the development of calculating with the 
abacus; the need for a place holder, which 
became the zero; and the probable development 
of present-day symbols 

LC card Fi A 57-1035 

STORY OF PORTUGAL. Swissair 1958 SOmin 
sd color free -loan 

ad 

Kinescope 

History, architecture, scenery and main 
tourist attractions; Lisbon, Belem and the sea 
side resorts 

STORY OF THE FLORISSANT DOME. Swank 
MP 1957 17min sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Condor Films for Laclede 
Gas Co. 

Explains how the demand for natural gas 
exceeded the supply available to Greater St 
Louis, and how Laclede Gas Company solved 
the problem of storing natural gas 

STORY OF THE MODERN SPARK PLUG. 

ChampSpark 1957 27min sd color $163. 3U. 
free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Wilding Productions 
How Champion develops, designs, manu- 
factures and markets spark plugs for today's 
automobile, truck, marine and industrial en- 
gines 

STORY OP TWO MEN. Christoph 1956 28min 
sd b&w $30, rent $5 

p-el-Jh-sh-ad 
Life of Mentor Graham, the first teacher 
of Abraham Lincoln. Portrays the numerous 
obstacles which Graham overcame to be a 
teacher, a vocation to which he was convinced 
God called him 

STRANGLE 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 

STRATFORD-ON-AVON. Contem 1956 14min 
sd color $150, rent $4,50 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Tour of the ancient market of Stratford - 
on-Avon with its Tudor buildings and gardens, 
rich in historical and literary associations 



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STRIP GRAZING. WisU 1956 12%min sd b&w 
rent 50c ,^ ^ 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. 
of Agriculture (USDA) 

Explains the process of working the pas- 
ture in shifts so cows get fresh forage every 
day. Shows methods of dividing the pasture 
area with portable electric fencing 

STRIPES AND SIGNS. MissStHwy 1958 25min 
sd color $170. free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by University of Mississippi, 
Dept. of Educational Film Production 

Explains the positioning of signs, the 
techniques of laying out "no passing^' zones, 
and the testing of curves for safe speed, show- 
ing that the system of highway markings is 
designed to help the driver 

LC card Fi A 58-917 

STROKES. AmHeart 1957 6min sd color $45. 
rent $3.50 

c-ad 

Produced by Churchill -Wexler Film Pro- 
ductions 

Animated drawings explam what happens 
when a stroke occurs, usually as a result of 
atherosclerosis. Points out that early rehabili- 
tation can lessen the damage and that many 
persons who have strokes recover to a re- 
markable degree 

LC card Fi A 57-922 

EFL.A evaluation card No, 3866 

STRONGEST MEN WHO EVER LIVED. Mod- 
ernTP 1956 27min sd color free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by General Petroleum Corp. 

Shows the people of the Pacific Northwest 
using the energy of oil on the farm and in the 
forest, building industries and expanding trade 

STUDENT NURSE. IntFlmBur 1958 SOmin sd 
b&w $125 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by National Film Board of 

/^Q V\Q /To 

Shows student nurses at a large city hos- 
pital. Describes some of the courses the nurses 
must take before they are qualified to receive 
their cans 

LC card FI A 58-335 

SUBMARINE CABLE SYSTEMS DEVELOP- 
MENT. BellTel 1958 18min sd color free- 
loan 

c-ad 
Produced by Audio Productions 
Development work being conducted on 
future broadband submarine cable systems at 
Bell Telephone Laboratories. Emphasizes me- 
chanical aspects of cable, repeater, and ship- 
board machinery development 

SUICIDE OF SOCIETY: VAN GOGH. NET 

1956 15min sd b&w (Images of art ser) 
rent $4 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Radiodifussion Television 

Draws upon the writing of Artaud to ex- 
plain the story of Van Gogh. Presents the 
problems of society versus the artist 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3833 

SUMMARY OF THREE MONTHS IN THE 
UNITED STATES (1958). NET 1958 SOmin 
sd b&w (World we want: 1958 ser) rent 

sh-ad 

Produced by New York Herald Tribune. 
Kinescope 

Teenage delegates to the New York 
Herald Tribune Forum discuss their visit to 
America. Presents their views on what they 
have seen, learned, and experienced 



SUMMING UP 

In SCIENCE AND HUMAN RESPONSI- 
BILITY (22 films) 

SUN AND HOW IT AFFECTS US. Coronet 
1958 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 

el-Jh Guide 

A comprehensive study of the sun, deal- 
ing with the sun's size, distance from the 
earth, physical nature, and its effect on life, 
weather, and tides on earth. Provides through 
telescopic motion pictures a basic understand- 
ing of the probable origin and effects of the 
corona, prominences, flares, and sunspots 

LC card Fi A 58-853 

SUPERFORT 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 

SURE THING. ModernTP 1958 12min sd color 
free -loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by Pelican Films for McKesson 
Laboratories 

A cartoon about health and nutrition. 
Traces the discovery and evolution of vitamins 
explains how they have helped conquer disease 
and how certain vitamins help children sleep 
and eat better 

SURFACE TENSION. NET 1957 15min sd b&w 
(Uncle Wonder's workshop ser) rent $3 

p-el 

Produced by WCET 

Uses experiments to explain surface ten- 
sion of water. Illustrates with soap bubbles, 
balloons, and a razor blade floating on water. 
Explains how surface tension of water may be 
made weak thus providing power for a card- 
board boat 

SURPLUS AND A HUNGRY WORLD 

In NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL POLICY 
(6 films) 

SURVIVAL AT SEA. Guild 1956 26^min sd b&w 
(Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

sh-c-ad 
In man's conquest of the sea, one of his 
greatest concerns is his effort to survive 

THE SWATH MASTER. Riviera 1958 15min sd 
color free -loan 

c-ad 

Sponsored by Transland Co. 

Shows different methods, materials, and 
equipment used in crop dusting. Describes the 
swathmaster, a device which attaches to air- 

S lanes and demonstrates its versatility as it 
usts, sprays, seeds, and fertilizes 
LC card Fi A 58-3307 

SWITZERLAND, LAND OF BLUE LAKES. 

SwissTour 1956 20min sd color rent $2 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Montana- Film 

Without narration. Uses a harmonious 
blend of music and scenery of the lakes of 
Geneva, Lucerne, Lugano, Zurich and Thun 

LES SYLPH IDES. Brandon 1958 4^min sd b&w 
$55, rent $5 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by George K. Arthur 
Excerpt of Galina Ulanova's performance. 
Chopin's music rendered by the Symphonia Or- 
chestra of London 

SYMPHONIE MECANIQUE. French 1956 20min 
sd b&w rent $1 

c-ad 
Mean Mitry illustrates a piece of "con- 
crete music" by contemporary composer, Pierre 
Boulez, with pictures of machines in action. 
No spoken commentary 



SUMMARY: THE WORLD WE WANT. NET 

1957 29min sd b&w (World we want: 1957 
ser) rent $4.75 

sh-ad 
Produced by WOR-TV 

All 33 of the New York Herald Tribune 
High School Forum delegates discuss what they 
have accomplished at the forum and express 
their opinions — positive and negative — about the 
United States. Includes, the singing of native 
songs 



T.V. SMITH— l-IV 

In HERITAGE VIM (4 films) 

TACHE DIFFICILE. French 1957 20min sd b&w 
rent $1 

sh-c-ad 
French narration 

Shows how Calmette discovered and tried 
the anti-tuberculosis vaccine, the BCG (Bacille- 
Calmette-Gu6rin) 



75 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



TACKLEBUSTERS. Guild 1956 26%min sd b&w 
(Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Depicts the struggle in luring and landing 
the marfln and giant sail fish 

TAKE IT FROM A CHAMPION. ChampSpark 
1956 26min sd color $185, free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Dynamic Films 

Driving safety habits demonstrated by 
professional race drivers on the track; 1956 In- 
dianapolis and Darlington "500:" NASCAR' S 
Daytona Beach Race. Instruction on safe driv- 
ing 

TAKING CARE OF MYSELF. EducHor 1957 
12min sd color $110 

p Guide 
Demonstrates the desired achievement 
level in physical, mental and social activities 
of the well-adjusted Ave or six year old; em- 
phasizes the home environment meeting the 
child's physical wants and emotional needs for 
affection, security and achievement 

TALE OF A TUB 

In IOWA READING FILMS (COLLEGE 
LEVEL) (15 films) 

TAMING A NEW FRONTIER. ModernTP 1958 
25min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by International Harvester Co. 

The beginning stages of the nation's sec- 
ond largest dam which will control the Colorado 
River providing water for the arid region of 
northern Arizona and Southern Utah 

THE TANKSHIP. Dowling 1958 12min sd color 
$120 

el Guide 
The story of oil from sources to refln- 
eries, to the markets. Shows how an oil tanker 
is built, its equipment and how the officers 
and crews carry out their tasks 

BFLA evaluation card No. 3907 

TAPA MAKING. Barr 1958 15min sd color $150, 
rent $7 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
, Shows the primitive method of making 
and decorating tapa, an ancient Polynesian art 
which has been retained in Samoa. Shows the 
complete process of preparing the bark, trans- 
ferring the tapa board pattern, and painting 
the designs, demonstrating the use of native 
materials and dyes in preparing tapas for the 
modern market 

LC card Fi A 58-3334 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3756 

TARGET: PLOESTI 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 

TEA, HORSE, AND CRIME 

In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

TEACHERS? Franciscan 1958 13min sd color 
$135, rent $6 

c-ad 

Produced by Larry Dawson Productions 

, . Satirizes four types of teachers aimed at 

making just one point: the teacher is the 

primary audio- visual "aid" in the classroom 

TEACHING JOHNNY TO SWIM. AmRedCross 
1959 14iAmin sd b&w $14, free-loan; color 
$37.50, free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Sponsored by Metropolitan Life Insurance 

" The parents of Johnny and Susie discover 
that, teaching the youngsters is a wonderful 
family experience, as, step by step, they help 
Johnny and Susie progress to the point where 
they can dive into the deep end of the pool 

TECHNIQUES OF GRAVIMETRIC ANALYSIS 
(2 films). WisU 1959 sd b&w set $148.50 

-r^, sh-c 

Kinescope 
Part 1. 45min $110. Demonstration of the tech- 
niques of gravimetric analysis (chloride 
as silver-chloride) with sintered glass 
filter crucible. Includes drying and weigh- 
ing th.e sample; dissolution, precipitation 
and filtration; drying and weighing the 
precipitate 



Part 2. 22min $55. Demonstrates use of the 
Qooch crucible and paper as alternate 
filtering media 

TECHNOLOGY AND YOU. Neubacher 1959 
13min sd color $130 

el-Jh Guide 

Shows recent developments in technology 
and explains how they affect the life of the 
individual. Discusses vocations in technology 
and the importance of preparing for employ- 
ment in the modern technological world 

LC card Fi A 59-395 

TEENAGER. Word 1956 40min sd color rent 
$1.50 

sh-c-ad 

The story of a "tough guy" who comes to 

Word of Life Island without knowing what he 

is getting into, but finds Christ as his Saviour. 

Depicts the life at all three Word of Life Camps 

THE TEENS. Mcaraw 1957 26min sd (Ages 
and stages ser) b&w $140, color $265 

c-ad 

Produced by Crawley Films for National 
Film Board of Canada 

Pictures the everyday life of three teen- 
agers in an urban middle- class family, showing 
the active interest and sympathy required of 
parents to help teen-agers become adult in their 
behavior and personality 

LC card Fi A 57-240 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3689 

TEN DAYS THAT SHOOK THE COMMON- 
WEALTH 
In COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS SE- 
RIES (13 films) 

TENNESSEE COTTONTAIL, TennGame&Fish 
1958 13min sd b&w or color (World out- 
doors ser) free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
A hectic day in the life of a cottontail 

TERRA COTTA SCULPTURE 

In VISITS WITH A SCULPTOR (10 films) 

TEXAS COLLEGE TRAVELOGUE. Jacobs 1957 

30min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh 

Produced by Bob Bailey Studios for Im- 
perial Sugar Co. 

Tour of Texas senior colleges and uni- 
versities 

THEIR FAMILY. Sterl-MovUSA 1967 15min sd 
h&w (Algerian portfolio ser) free-loan 

c-ad 

Sponsored by Robert W. Schofield & As- 
sociates 

Study of Moslem and European families 
arid their ways of life in Algeria today 

THEIR LAND. Sterl-MovUSA 1957 15min sd 
b&w (Algerian portfolio ser) free-loan 

c-ad 
Sponsored by Robert W. Schofield & 

Study of the soldier working with the 
citizen- farmer to protect against terrorist raids 
in Algeria 

THEIR LITTLE WORLD. BuffaloU 1958 22min 
sd color $150, rent $1 

c-ad 

Sponsored by Amigos of Buffalo 
Shows the community supported Cradle 
Beach Camp on Lake Erie where handicapped, 
well, and underprivileged children and tneir 
counselors live together for a fortnight 
LC card Fi A 58-374 

THESE SHARKS NEED PROTECTION. 

AustrlNews 1956 llmin sd b&w $30, rent 
$1.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows methods used to conserve the 
edible shark in southeastern Australia 
LC card Fi A 68-246 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



THESE TENDER YEARS. Kessler 1957 13min 
sd color $100. rent $8 

c-ad 

Describes the special diagnostic and re- 
habilitation program of the Kessler Institute 
for child congenital amputees 

THEY CALLED IT WHITE MAN'S BURDEN 
In COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS (13 
films) 

THIS— ABOVE ALL. Insulation 1956 ISVsmin 
sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by George Carillon, Inc. . 

Traces the story of roofs as designed 
during various architectural periods, emphasiz- 
ing contemporary design. Shows various ma- 
terials used in roof construction, drawing 
attention ito the use of insulating roof deck 
slab in contemporary design 

LC card Fi A 57-808 

THIS IS BERMUDA. ModernTP 1958 28V^min 
sd color free -loan 

c-ad 
Produced by F.D.K. Productions for Ber- 
muda Trade Development Board 

Travelogue of Bermuda vacation land 

THIS IS EXPLORING. BoyS 1958 27i^min sd 
color $155 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Emphasizes all phases of the new Ex- 
ploring program — from skin diving to elec- 
tronics, from high adventure to hi-fi 

EPLA evaluation card No. 3867 

THIS IS NIGERIA. Contem 1956 28min sd b&w 
$90. rent $5 

p-e!-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Nigerian Film United 
Picture of life in Nigeria today and of 

the territory's progress in political, industrial 

and social spheres 

THIS LAND AUSTRALIA. AustrlNews 1958 
24min sd color $200, rent $7.50 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Depicts Australia, showing the main fea- 
tures of the land and the people 

THIS NEW WORLD OF METALS. Westing 
1957 20min sd color $123. free-loan 

c-ad 

A guide through one of America's pilot 
production facilities for the research, develop- 
ment, and processing of new metals and alloys 

LC card Pi A 57-935 

THIS NIGHT. BaptistBk 1957 29min sd b&w 
(This is the answer ser) $180. rent $9 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Family Films for Southern 
Baptist Radio and Television Commission 

A modern-day Scrooge finds himself en- 
tombed in his own airless jewelry vault facing 
death among his treasures. Ironically, one 
item is a set of cuff-links featuring a Bible. 
The man, however, is ^iven a second chance. 
Based on the parable in Luke 12:16-21 

THOUGHT FOR FOOD. MichStU 1957 26i^min 
sd (County agent ser) b&w $100. color $200 

ad 

Shows how nutrition researchers learn 
better ways to turn animal feeds into health- 
ful, nutritious human foods 

THREE GIRLS. Unitedlsr 1958 17min sd color 
free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Records the holiday adventures of three 
youthful Israelis 

TIE TIE GO-ROUND. ModernTP 1958 13min 
sd color free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by On-Film Productions for 
Chicago Printed String Co. 

Fantasy and a carnival-like atmosphere 
provide the setting to show how easy it is to 
tie beautiful bows, pom poms and other ribbon 
decorations 



TIME FOR VALOR. JewishChaut 1956 IS^min 
sd b&w $35 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Galahad Studios 

Story of the historic struggle for free- 
dom of worship made 2100 years ago by Matta- 
thias and the Maccabees against King Antio- 
chus and his army. Interpreted in the environ- 
ment of a present day neighborhood through 
a family's observance of the holiday 

TO BE A LEADER. GirlS 1957 20min sd b&w 
$85, rent $3.75 

c-ad Guide 

Presents leadership techniques to develop 
group feeling; to help girls manage their own 
affairs; and to understand individual differ- 
ences and help girls grow 

TO CARE FOR THIS LAND. MichCons 1957 
22min sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Describes the history, function, and ac- 
complishment of soil conservation districts in 
Michigan, showing the practices established, 
demonstrations, tours, educational programs, 
and contests 

LC card Fi A 58-862 

TO LINK A NATION 

In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

TO MARKET. TO MARKET 

In NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL POLICY 
(6 films) 

TO PLEASE A WOMAN. Assn 1959 14V2min 
sd b&w or color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by On Film for Dow Chemical 
Co. 

Fantasy in pantomime which traces 
the evolution of paint for the home. Shows how 
primitive color mediums gradually gave way 
to new modern-day latexes and easy-to-use 
paints which facilitate the use of color in the 
home 

LC card Fi A 59-280 

TO YOUNG PEOPLE WITH ACTIVE MINDS 
In SCIENTIFIC METHODS (13 films) 

TOBACCO FOR CIGARS. WisU 1956 12%min 
sd b&w rent 50c 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. 
of Agriculture (USDA) , . . . 

Shows the technique of drying^ stripping 
and bundling of tobacco and the importance 
of correct moisture content. From the farm the 
tobacco goes to a warehouse for grading, siz- 
ing, fermenting, stemming, and packing 

TOMATO PESTS. VirginiaPoly 1957 e^min sd 
b&w or color purchase apply, free -loan 

jh-sh-c-ad 
Acquaints home gardeners and tomato 
growers with major tomato pests, and sources 
of control information 

TOMMY'S HEALTHY TEETH. Coronet 1959 
llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 

p Guide 

A young boy who is eager to learn more 
about his teeth discovers that different teeth 
cut, tear, and grind. When he visits the dental 
office and has a cavity filled, he learns that 
regular dental checkups are as important to 
having healthy teeth as brushing them properly 
and eating the right foods 

LC card Fi A 59-202 

TOMORROW'S DRIVERS. GenMot 1958 llmin 
sd b&w free -loan 

el-Jh 

Produced by Jam Handy Organization 
Elementary school children play the part 
of pedestrians, traffic cops and drivers on rnm- 
iature streets in an experiment in driver 
education designed to promote and activate 
safe driving practices among all drivers 
LC card Fi A 58-944 

TOO MUCH IS PLENTY 

In NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL POLICY 
(6 films) 



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TOOLING THE BAND SAW FOR PRODUC- 
DUCTION. DoAlI 1957 lOmin sd color pur- 
chase apply, free -loan 

c-ad 

Describes the versatility of the band saw 
In the accurate removal of metal. Depicts slot- 
ting of hydraulic pump rotors with the aid of 
a simple indexing fixture for moderate produc- 
tion and more elaborate flxturing for automatic 
operation 

TOOLS OF TELEPHONY. BellTel rev 1958 
30min sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Revision of 1956 film 

Produced by Parthenon Pictures for 
Western Electric Co. _, . ^. , .^ 

The role of Western Electric as distribu- 
tor, manufacturer, purchaser, and installer for 
the Bell System 

TORPEDOl Guild 1956 26i^min sd b&w (King- 
dom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Story of the submarine that spotted the 
location of the Japanese fleet, and the raid into 
Nagasaki harbor, under the nose of Japane.-^.e 
guns, sinking their warships 



TORRID JOURNEY 
In DOCTORS IN 



SPACE (13 films) 



TOULOUSE LAUTREC: THE NIGHT 

WATCHER. NET 1956 15min sd b&w 
(Images of art ser) rent $4 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Radiodifussion Television 
Francaise , _ . . . ^^ 

Depicts the Parisian night as seen by 
Toulouse Lautrec. Follows Lautrec from the 
Moulin Rouge to the circus and elsewhere on 
the Paris scene. Stresses how Lautrec put hi.n 
finger on the pulse of a city 

TOUTE LA MEMOIRE D'UN MONDE. French 
1957 20min sd b«few rent .$1 

sh-c-ad 

French narration , _ . 

Depicts the National Library in Pan.s 
with its historical buildings and shows how 
they are constantly modernized and expanded. 
Follows a newly acquired book through its 
processing; shows where the Library treasures 
are kept and the workshops where old precious 
books are restored 

TOWERS OF TRUTH. Crusade 1958 13V2min 
sd b&w free -loan 

jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Allend'or Productions 
Tells the story of Radio Free Europe aivl 
its effect on eastern Europe within the sphere 
of Soviet influence. Filmed at RFE headquar- 
ters in Munich 

LC card Fi A 57-528 

TOWN PLANNING. IntFlmBur 1959 15min sd 
b&w $85 

c-ad 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada , . , ^ , . 

Shows how science of town planning can 
be directed . toward the re -planning of a city 
grown at random, so that mistakes of the 
past may be corrected and a result achieved 
in which business, residential and industrial 
areas are prooerly zoned 

LC card Fi A 58-3536 

TOYS OF TOMORROW. IdealToy 1957 lOmin 
sd b&w free -loan 

p.el-Jh 

Shows how American toy manufacturers 
think of ideas for the future and put them 
into action 

TRACING WITH INK. PurdueU 1957 32min sd 
b&w $150. rent $3.75 
c-ad 
Demonstrates procedures for tracing on 
cloth. Explains characteristics of lines and 
showg use of lettering triangles for guide 
lines 



"^"^.nf^'^ ^2^"?"^ TRAINING (4 films). IndU 
1957 ea 20min sd b&w ea $100. rent ea $5 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Film Counselors for Ameri- 
can Bar Assn. 
Titles are: 

1. TRAFFIC PROBLEM. Discusses factors 

causing the traffic problem; the statis- 
tical cost in terms of lives, injuries and 
dollars; steps necessary to reduce this 
loss through engineering, education and 
enforcement: and the court's opportunitv 
for leadership 

2. PROCEDURE IN THE TRAFFIC COURT- 

ROOM. Explains the need to separate 
trafflc cases from all others; the formal 
opening of the courts; opening remarks 
by the .iudge; individual arraignment and 
plea; rights of defendants; .iudge's ex- 
planation of his decision and concluding 
procedure 

3. CORRECTIVE PENALIZATION. Discusses 

impersonal factors used by a .iudge in 
determining proper penalty: personal fac- 
tors considered; can'ts. don'ts, won'ts; 
younger violators; equity and human in- 
terest; court action; court supervised 
corrective education 

4. COURT BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

Discusses .iudicial supervision; control 
over tickets and summonses; uniform 
trafflc ticket and complaint; records for 
case processing: records for financial 
processing; audits; reporting of convic- 
tions; traffic violations bureau; good 
housekeeping for efficient administration 

TRAFFIC PROBLEM 

In TRAFFIC COURT TRAINING (4 films) 

TRAILER SAILORS. NatEng&Boat 1958 14min 
sd color (Water world ser) free-loan 

el. Jh-sh-c-ad 

Available for purchase from Victor Kay- 
fptz Productions 

The Hansen family hitch its outboard 
boat, motor and trailer rig to the car and is 
off to fun and adventure 

TRAINING CHAMPIONS. AustrlNews 1958 
llmin sd b&w $30. rent $1.50 

p-ei-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows methods used by coaches in train- 
ing young swimmers. Includes scenes of an 
international 400-meters free style event show- 
ing performances by Rose of Australia, 
Yamanaka of Japan, and Breen of the United 
States. Underwater shots show correct action 
and style 

LC card Fi A 58-3340 

TRAINING OF A DIPLOMAT. NET 1956 
29min sd b&w (America looks abroad ser) 
rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by WTTW 

Discusses the training of the men who 
represent the United States overseas. De- 
scribes the embassies and the men abroad, 
the history of our diplomatic service, and its 
present organization and budget 

TRANSATLANTIC EMPRESS. CanPac 1957 
27min sd color free-loan 

ei-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Covers a trip across the Atlantic by 
Canadian Pacific's Empresses of Britain and 
England. Includes views of ships and scenes 
of life at sea 

LC card Fi A 58-190 

TRANS-CANADA SUMMER. CanTrav 1958 
58min sd color free-loan 

jh-sh.ad 

Coast -to -coast portrait of Canada as it 
might be seen from the Trans-Canada High- 
way and some of its branch roads 

LC card Fi A 59-196 

TRANSONIC FLIGHT. Shell 1959 20min sd 
color (High speed flight ser) free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

An analysis of technical problems in the 
transonic speeds, showing how designers have 
solved the problems and made transonic flight 
smooth and safe ^ ^„ „,„ 

LC card Fi A 59-217 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



TRANSPORTATION IN THE MODERN 
WORLD. Coronet 1957 llmin sd b&w $60. 
color $110 . .^ ^ .^ 

el-Jh Guide 

Presents a survey of transportation in 
today's world, showing the importance of 
various tvpes of transportation to industry, 
travel, and growth of cities. Compares trans- 
portation today with that of the past and 
provides a basis for studying development of 
transportation in an interdependent world 

LC card Fi A 57-832 

TRAVEL IN AMERICA IN THE 1840'S. 

Coronet 1957 13l^min sd b&w $75. color 
$137.50 

el-Jh Guide 
Pictures early methods of travel in Amer- 
ica and changes in transportation beginning in 
the 1840's. by following a young man as he 
travels from New York State to Illinois, show- 
ing him as he journeys by stagecoach, works as 
a mule driver on the Erie Canal, travels by 
lake steamer, and rides the new steam train 
LC card Fi A 57-1025 

TREASURE DIVING FAMILY. Guild 1956 
26y2min sd b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) 
rent apply . . 

p-ei-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Depicts a family that gees skin-diving, 
kiddies and all, in search of sunken treasures 

TREASURE IN BOOKS. Dowling 1958 llmin 
sd color $110 

p Guide 
Two young boys digging for treasure dis- 
cover that many of the best treasures are 
found in books. Scenes in a library show how 
to care for books and how children are helped 
to find interesting material to read, both for 
fun and for learning 

LC card Fi A 59-179 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3868 

TREASURES OF THE EARTH. Churchill 1958 
llmin sd b&w $50. rent $2.50; color $100, 
rent $4 

el-Jh Guide 

Correlated with "Heath Elementary sci- 
ence" textbooks 

Uses animation to show the ways in 
which minerals have been deposited in the 
earth. Reviews the forces acting upon the 
earth's crust and the resulting changes: shows 
how minerals are concentrated as a con- 
sequence of these changes by being deposited 
in veins, by washing into stream beds and low 
areas, and by seeping through the earth in 
solution. Describes how oil was trapped in the 
earth's folds and how coal was formed 

LC card Fi A 59-21 

TREASURES OF THE FOREST. Coronet 1959 
13V2min sd b&w $75 

el-Jh 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Outlines the programs for scientific re- 
forestration in Canada stressing the value of 
trees to the number of industries. Traces the 
one- third of the cut trees which become paper 
— from separating the logs to pulp -making to 
the production of paper 

LC card Fi A 59-121 

TREATING CRUDE OIL EMULSIONS. Texas 
U-Petr 1957 27min sd color $270 

c-ad 

Sponsored by Visco Products 

Covers use of heat and chemical com- 
pounds in breaking emulsions of crude oil and 
water 

TREE-TOP TARGETS. TennGame&Fish 1957 
17min sd b&w or color purchase apply, free- 
loan 

el-jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by Grice-Ferguson 
Discusses the various methods of squirrel 
hunting and the life history of the squirrel 

TREES: HOW WE IDENTIFY THEM. Coronet 
1958 llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 

el-Jh Guide 

Points out ways to identify trees — by 
shape, bark, leaves and fruit — and explains the 
differences between deciduous trees and ever- 
greens. Shows individual characteristics of 
many trees 

LC card Fi A 58-252 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3795 



TRIAL: THE CASE FOR THE DEFENDANT 
In ACTION AT LAW (5 films) 

TRIAL: THE CASE FOR THE PLAINTIFF 
In ACTION AT LAW (5 films) 

TRIGONOMETRY. EBF 1958 31min sd b&w 
$150, rent $5.50; color $300, rent $8.50 

Jh-sh Guide 
Introduces the sine, cosine, and tangent 
functions as they apply to a right triangle 

TRIUMPH OF MASS PRODUCTION 

In OUR NATION'S ROOTS (26 films) 

THE TROUBLEMAKER. McGraw 1959 14min 
sd (Discussion problems ser) b&w $80. rent 
apply; color $160. rent apply 

el-jh-sh Guide 

Produced by Centron Corp. 

Tells of a boy who turns troublemaker as 
a means of satisfying his own needs. Designed 
to show the interaction between the trouble- 
maker and his peer group and to stimulate 
class discussion of what makes him behave 
that way 

TRUCK DRIVER. EBF 1958 16min sd b&w 
$90. rent $3.50; color $180. rent $5.50 

p-el Guide 

Stresses the transportation of goods be- 
tween cities. Follows a trip of a long-distance 
truck -driver 

LC card Fi A 58-3330 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3869 

TRUE CRIMINAL 

In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

TUMBLEWEED MAN. BaptistBk 1957 29min 
sd b&w (This is the answer ser) $180. rent 
$9 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Family Films for Southern 
Baptist Radio & Television Commission 

A modern-day portrayal of the parable 

about the tree and its fruit, explaining that no 

man needs to fight his battles alone because 

(3rod helps those who place their trust in Him 

L(5 card Fi A 59-136 

TUNA CLIPPER. Guild 1956 26V2min sd b&w 
(Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Story of the tuna fishermen who sail their 
modern ice clippers south from San Diego to 
Peru in quest of the Wiley tuna, recording life 
aboard, preparations, and the landing of giant 
tuna 

TURKEY: A STRATEGIC LAND AND IT'S 
PEOPLE. Coronet 1959 llmin sd b&w $60. 
color $110 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Explains that the location of Turkey be- 
tween Asia and Europe and astride Russia's 
water route to the Black Sea gives it a strategic 
political importance. Describes the climactic 
and geographic features of Turkey, and shows 
the country's natural resources and industries 
in relation to the Turkish people. Describes 
the beginnings of westernization as introduced 
by Ataturk, and the continuing changes taking 
place in modern Turkey 

LC card Fi R 59-441 

TURKEY OF ATATURK. Benner 1958 42min 
sd color $350, rent $25 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Depicts modern Turkey— cities, villages, 
agriculture, folk dances and music. Shows an- 
cient ruins, transportation, recreational ac- 
tivities and celebrations 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3796 

TURN THE OTHER CHEEK. Family 1958 
15min sd (Our children ser) b&w rent $5; 
color rent $8 

p-el Guide 
A dramatization in which the experiences 
of a young girl are used to Illustrate Jesus' 
teaching on forgiveness 

LC card Fi A 59-137 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3724 



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EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



TURNING POINT. MichStU 1957 26%min sd 
(County agent ser) b&w $100, rent apply; 
color $200, rent apply 

ad 
Produced by Capital Film Service 
Depicts man's efforts to prepare the soil 
from the time of the forked stick to the day of 
the multiple plow. Shows the role of research 
in finding how efficient soil tillage machines 
are 

TUSCAN COUNTRYSIDE. IntFlmBur 1958 
12min sd b&w $60 

Jh 

Produced by Boulton -Hawker Films 
Discusses Tuscany with particular atten- 
tion to agriculture In the coastal plain and 
Apennine foothills 

LC card Fi A 59-92 

TWENTIETH CENTURY DEVELOPMENTS 
In EDUCATION IN AMERICA SERIES (3 
films) 

20TH CENTURY SAILOR. Guild 1956 26%min 
sd b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
A trip around the world on a modern 
cargo vessel including the Orient, Burma, 
Mediterranean ports, and the Suez Canal 

TWENTY YEARS OF WORLD SERIES 
THRILLS. Am&NatL 1958 30min sd b&w 
free -loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Chicago Film Studio for both 
Leagues and A.G. Spalding & Bros. 

Contains the great plays from the World 
Series of 1938 through 1957 including Enos 
Slaughter's winning dash, Mickey Owen's 
dropped third strike, the Willie Mays catch and 
Don Larsen's perfect game 

TWO BOYS AND A BOAT. AustrlNews 1958 
18^min sd b&w $60, rent $3 

p-el-Jh-c-ad 

Two young boys go adventuring on 
Sydney Harbor. Describes V.J. Sailing Clubs 
for youngsters 



U.S. AND U.S.S.R.— CONFLICT OR PEACE? 
World 1957 29min sd b&w (Your world in 
crisis ser) $80, rent $8 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Metropolitan Educational 
Television Assn. 

Discussion of the competition between the 
United States and the U.S.S.R., disarmament 
possibilities and the military, economic and 
propaganda strengths and weaknesses of each. 
Participants: William R. Frye, Boris Shub and 
Dr John G. Stoessinger 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3573 



U.S. FOREIGN ECONOMIC POLICY. World 
1957 29min sd b&w (Your world in crisis 
ser) $80, rent $8 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Metropolitan Educational 
TGlGvisiori j\.ssn 

XT .X Piscussion of present and desirable 
United States policies regarding trade, foreign 
military and economic aid and public and pri- 
vate investment abroad. Participants: Mrs 
Vera M. Dean, August Heckscher, Dr Richard 
Gardner 



^•^•^rP-^^'?r^.^^9}rJrPX. 'N THE MIDDLE 
EAST. World 1957 29min sd b&w (Your 
world in crisis ser) $80, rent $8 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Metropolitan Educational 
Television Assn. 

Discussion of United States political, eco- 
nomic and military ^ objectives in the Middle 
East and the policies in effect and needed. 
Participants: Mrs Vera M. Dean, Dr Karim 
Azkoul, and Arch Parsons. Jr. 

EFLiA evaluation card No. 3574 



UNDERGROUND ARTERIES. Johns -M ^ rev 
1957 36min sd color purchase apply, free- 
loan 

ad 

Revision of 1949 film , „ ^. 

Depicts manufacturing and installation or 
Transite Asbestos -Cement Pipe for municipal 
water systems 

UNDERSTANDING OTHERS. McGraw 1959 
12min sd (Discussion problems ser) b&w 
$70, rent apply; color $140, rent apply 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Produced by Centron Corp. 

Plea to judge the other person for his 
true value, ability and net worth, rather than 
by his economic background, poor social skills 
and inability to be one of the group 

UNDERSTANDING OUR EARTH: ROCKS 
AND MINERALS. Coronet 1957 llmin sd 
b&w $60. color $110 

el-Jh Guide 

Relates the three classes of rocks — 
igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic — to the 
natural conditions that produced them. Ex- 
plains the various uses of rocks and minerals 
in their natural state 

LC card Fi A 57-1032 

UNITED STATES EXPANSION OVERSEAS 
(1893-1917). Coronet 1958 13%min sd b&w 
$75, color $137.50 

Jh-sh-c Guide 
Reviews United States expansion into the 
Hawaiian Islands, Cuba, the Philippines, and 
countries of Central America: describes the 
policy of the United States as it progressed 
from isolationism toward internationalism dur- 
ing the terms of Cleveland, McKinley, and 
Theodore Roosevelt; discusses the problems of 
expansion and their long-range results 
LC card Fi A 58-1138 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3797 

UNITY OF SCIENCE 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 

UNIVERSAL PET 

In IOWA READING FILMS (COLLEGE 
LEVEL) (15 films) 

UNIVERSITY FOREST LANDS. MissU 1958 
14min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows good forest management in prac- 
tice. Includes sequences showing summer camp 
facilities for student foresters 

LC card Fi A 58-918 

UNLEARNING PREJUDICE. Anti-Def 1957 
29min sd b&w (Open mind ser) $75, rent 
apply 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by NBC. Kinescope 
Panel of Benjamin Epstein, Elmo Roper, 
and Marie Jahoda discuss various aspects of 
anti-social prejudice 

UNSEEN BURDEN 

In DOCTORS IN SPACE (13 films) 

UNSUBSTANTIAL FLESH 

In DOCTORS IN SPACE (13 films) 

USE OF T-SQUARE AND TRIANGLES, rev 
1958 33min sd b&w $140. rent $3.75 

sh-c-ad 

Demonstrates the basic principles for cor- 
rect use of the T-square and triangles 

USE OF THE ANALYTICAL BALANCE. WisU 
1957 45min sd b&w $99 

sh-c 

Kinescope 

Describes construction of the analytical 
balance: weighing principles and techniques, 
methods of weighing, and elementary handling 
techniques 

LC card Fi A 59-160 

USING A READING READINESS BOOK. 
lowaU 1956 21min sd b&w $75, rent $2.50 

c-ad Guide 

Instruction in the two lessons filmed i.s 
conceived with helping children to recognize 
the consonant in sound at the beginning of 
familiar words 



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VALLEY OF THE YARRA. AustrlNews 1956 
lOi/^min sd color $85, rent $2.50 

el-Jh-sh-c 
The River Yarra meanders through rustic 
scenes to become the bustling port of Mel- 
bourne 

VAMOS A COLOMBIA. IntFlmBur 1957 llmin 
sd color $100. rent $5 

sh-c 

Spanish narration 

Deals with modern Colombia, Including 
information on important cities, economic and 
cultural activities 

EFLA evaluaion card No. 3414 

VANNEVAR BUSH. EBF 1958 30min sd b&w 
(Wisdom ser) $150. rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

Vannevar Bush, administrator and elec- 
trical engineer, discusses his career in industry 
and government. Describes his work as direc- 
tor of the Office of Scientific Research and 
Development of the United States during World 
War II 

LC card Fi A 58-3322 

VARICOSE VEINS. AmHeart 1958 7min sd color 
free -loan 

ad 

Animated diagrams show the structure 
and function of the veins, how the valves work, 
and how the valves may break down causing 
varicose veins. Describes symptoms of vari- 
cose veins, treatment, and general recommen- 
dations for patients 

LC card Fl A 59-144 

VENETIAN FESTIVALS. NET 1956 15min sd 
b&w (Images of art ser) rent $4 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by RadiodifCusion Television 
Francaise 

. Presents an interpretation of the Venetian 
Festivals as seen by Longhi, Guardi and Tie- 
polo 

VENICE: THE PERFECT BOOK 
In WRITTEN WORD (15 films) 

VERBOS REGULARES— INFINITIVO, INDI- 
CATIVO Y CONDICIONAL 
In SPANISH INSTRUCTO-FILM SERIES 
(7 films) 

VERBOS REGULARES— SUBJUNTIVO E IM- 
PERATIVO 
In SPANISH INSTRUCTO-FILM SERIES 
(7 films) 

VICE-PRESIDENT 

In NATURE OF WORK (6 films) 

VICTORY IN EUROPE 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 



VIEW FROM THE MOUNTAIN. 

1958 20min sd color free-loan 



ModemTP characters 



through costumed dramatizations and authentic 
yikin^ artigacts, various aspects of Norse cul- 
ture, including home life, manners, and dress. 
I^e-enacts various explorations culminating in 
Leif Ericson's discovery of the North American 
continent nearly five hundred years before the 
voyage of Columbus 

LC card Fi A 58-751 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3726 

VILLAGE OF SPAIN. See PUEBLO DE ES- 
PANA 

VINTAGE HOLIDAY. ModemTP 1957 17min sd 
color free -loan 

ad 
Sponsored by South Africa Tourist Corp. 
Depicts Cape Town, the beaches, the 
Houses of Parliament, the modern apartment 
buildings, the flower market and a fishing vil- 
lage. Shows the South African wine industry 

VIRGIN ISLANDS. DavisProd 1957 llmin sd 
color $125 

Jh-sh-ad 

Points out the Danish influence In the 
streets and markets of a port town in the 
Virgin Islands; shows land crabs in swamp 
areas, historical landmarks, and native ac- 
tivities on the waterfront; and includes a steel 
band playing Calypso 

LC card Fi A 57-623 

VIRGINIA WONDERLAND. Virginia-Consv 
1957 lli?^min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Tantamount Pictures for 
Grand Caverns of Virginia and Shenandoah 
Acres Resort 

Scenes at Shenandoah Acres Resort near 
Stuart's Draft, Va.. and in the Grand Caverns 
of Virginia at Grottoes, Va. 

VIRGINIA'S CAPITOL. Virffinia-Ed rev 1957 
llmin sd b&w $30, rent $2; color $72, rent $4 

ei-Jh-sh 

Revision of 1949 film "Our State Capitol" 

A tour through Richmond's Capitol 

Square, with views of the Capitol, adjacent 

buildings, and statues representing aspects of 

Virginia's history 

LC card Fi A 58-278 

VIRGINIA'S FISHING INDUSTRY. Virginia- 
Ed 1956 13min sd b&w $45, rent $2; color 
$85, rent $4 

ei-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Describes fish and shellfish in Virginia's 
fishing industry and shows how they are caught 
LC card Fi A 58-280 

VISION MAKERS. BetterVis 1958 Smin sd color 
free- loan 

p-ei-Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by Proser- Barnes 
Shows how the eye works and how we 
see with the aid of the brain. Uses puppet 



jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Wilding Picture Productions 
for American Dietetic Assn. 

Depicts the experiences of a girl in a 
hosipital dietetic internship. Traces pre'para- 
tion for careers in dietetics 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3871 

VIEWING THE SUPERNATURAL 

In PEOPLE ARE TAUGHT TO BE DIF- 
FERENT (12 films) 

VIKINGS. Guild 1956 26%min sd b&w (Kingdom 
of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-jh-sh-c-ad 

Describes the mastery of the sea of the 
Vikings and the race of men who followeid in 
their footsteps 

VIKINGS AND THEIR EXPLORATIONS. Cor- 
onet 1958 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 

el-Jh-sh Guide 
Describes the influence of Viking war- 
riors of the ninth and tenth centuries on the 
history of many modem-day nations. Showis, 



VISIT TO LONDON IN 1860 WITH GUSTAVE 
D6RE. NET 1956 15min sd b&w (Images 
of art ser) rent $4 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Radiodifussion Television 

Presents, through the engravings of Gus- 
tave Dore, the London of 1860 with its parks, 
its poor, and its never-changing Thames. Con- 
trasts the life of all its people from the highest 
to the lowest 

EFLA evaluation card No. S8i37 

VISITS WITH A SCULPTOR (10 films). NET 

1957 ea 30min sd b&w rent ea $4.75 

c-ad 

Produced by University of Southern Cali- 
fornia 

Titles are: 
1. TERRA COTTA SCULPTURE. Discusses 
the use of terra cotta clay in sculpturing. 
Shows the modeling of a figure in terra 
cotta clay. Explains the nature of this 
medium, the problems of working with it, 
and how it differs from ordinary modeling 
clay 



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VISITS WITH A SCULPTOR— CoMiinwed 

2. MODELING THE PORTRAIT. Demon- 

strates the modeling of a portrait in clay. 
Explains how a sculptured portrait re- 
flects "likeness" and reveals the char- 
acter and personality of the sitter. Dis- 
cusses the problems of working in three 
dimensions and the creation of sculptural 
form and proportion 

3. DESIGNING FOR REPRODUCTION. Dis- 

cusses the processes involved in creating 
a piece of sculpture suitable for repro- 
du^'tion. Explains compositional elements 
in sculpture while a figure is modeled. 
Shows the process of making a plaster 
mold from the completed figure 

4. REPRODUCTION IN TERRA COTTA. 

Shows how terra cotta clay may be used 
to create a reproduction. Demonstrates 
two different methods of using terra 
cotta. Explains several large pieces of 
terra cotta sculpture and presents them 
in their natural setting 

5. FINISHING CERAMIC SCULPTURE. Dis- 

cusses finishing techniques in ceramic 
sculpture. Explains how the finish must 
make the sculptured work permanent and 
at the same time enhance its feeling and 
form. Shows the method of firing ceramic 
pieces in the kiln 

6. ARCHITECTURAL SCULPTURE. Explains 

how the sculptor, architect, and owner 
must work in close collaboration. Shows 
the modeling in clay of a relief designed 
for use on the wall of a building. Demon- 
strates the casting of the plaster mold of 
the relief 

7. SCULPTURE IN WOOD. Demonstrates the 

tools and techniques of wood carving. 
Discusses and shows the advantages and 
disadvantages of wood as a medium of 
sculpture. Illustrates with finished works 
carved from different woods explaining 
the sculptural qualities and techniques of 
each 

8. SCULPTURE IN RELIEF. Explains how 

sculpture in relief developed from the 
cave man to the present. Illustrates with 
ancient and modern examples. Discusses 
the composition and carving techniques 
of five scale reproductions of famous 
relief sculptures 

9. SCULPTURE IN STONE. Discusses the use 

of stone as a medium of sculpture. 
Demonstrates the tools and techniques of 
stone carving. Shows several works 
carved from different types of stone ex- 
plaining why particular stone is chosen 
for a specific piece of sculpture 

10. MONUMENTAL SCULPTURE. Discusses 

the problems and techniques of conceiv- 
ing a monumental sculpture. Presents 
the steps the sculptor follows from the 
initial sketch to the completed work. 
Demonstrates by sculpturing a figure of 
Walt Whitman on a monumental scale 



VIVE LE SKI. IntFlmBur 1956 16min sd b&w 
$80. rent $5 

sh-c 
French narration 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Shows the skill of making skis. Pierre 
Jalbert demonstrates the principal ski move- 
ments 



VOCATIONAL TRAINING IN THE OIL IN- 
DUSTRY. TexasU-Petr 1956 14%min sd 
color $145 

c-ad 
Explains how API-AAODC sponsored 
training courses are planned, developed, and 
offered in the field 



VOYAGE OF THE BEAGLE— CHARLES DAR- 
WIN. NET 1956 30min sd b&w (Discovery 
II ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by WGBH 

Highlights of Charles Darwin's early life 
including his famous voyage aboard "The 
Beagle." Tells how he was able to formulate 
the greatest of general principles about living 
things from the facts he collected, the specimens 
he stored away, and the places he saw on his 
long voyage 



VOYAGE OF THE MAYFLOWER. UW 1957 
9min sd b&w (Historic special ser) $22.95 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Depicts the sea adventure on the May- 
fiower II from England to Plymouth Rock 



WALT WHITMAN: BACKGROUND FOR HIS 
WORKS. Coronet 1957 IS^^min sd b&w 
$68.75, color $125 

Jh-sh-c Guide 

Shows how Whitman's works were 
strongly influenced by significant facets of 
changing nineteenth century America. Scenes 
of the poet's life and of his America give mean- 
ing to selections from his poetry 

WALTER GROPIUS. EBF 1958 28min sd b&w 
(Wisdom ser) $150. rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

Walter Gropius, chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Architecture of the Graduate School of 
Design, Harvard University, tells of his earlier 
career as a leader in the growth of modem 
architecture in Gemany. Explains that he was 
the founder of the Bauhaus school in Dessau, 
Germany, which after World War I played a 
leading part in the development of conceptions 
of architecture and design that now have 
worldwide acceptance 

LC card Fi A 5S-3324 

WANDA LANDOWSKA. EBP 1958 30min sd 
b&w (Wisdom ser) $150. rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by NBC 

Wanda Landowska speaks of her life, her 
career, and her philosophy as an artist, de- 
scribing the inspired effort through which she 
gained public acceptance of the harpsichord 
as being the instrument for which much of the 
music of Bach and earlier composers was 
originally written. Includes several selections 
played by Madam Landowska from the works 
of Bach 

LC card Fi A 58-638 

WANTED— MAN ALIVE. GenMot 1958 llmin 
sd b&w free -loan 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Jam Handy Organization 
A "tongue-in-cheek" approach to selling 
in the appliance field 

WANTED: SKILLED WORKERS— ON TRAD^^ 
PREPARATORY TRAINING. TexasU 1958 
22min sd color (Industrial education ser) 
$160, rent $10 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by National Assn. of Super- 
visors of Industrial Education 

Depicts the experiences of three students 
who, through proper counsel and guidance 
take trade preparatory training and secure good 
jobs as a result of their training. Sets forth 
the place and importance of school administra- 
tors, boards of education, and advisory com- 
mittees in educational programs of this type 

WAR AND PEACE. Unitedlsr 1957 23min sd 
b&w (Drew Pearson reports on Holy Land 
ser) rent $3 

ad 
Drew Pearson interviews many people in 
Israel and asks them what they think Israel 
needs most and though some used different 
language, such as "security" or "farms to 
achieve security," most of them answered 
"peace" 

THE WARLORDS 

In IOWA READING FILMS (COLLEGE 
LEVEL) (15 films) 

WATER CHAMPS. Guild 1956 26i^min sd b&w 
(Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Explains that man's constant struggle 
against time and space takes odd shape on the 
sea — streaking across the water at 180 miles 
per hour, or penetrating to depths never be- 
fore achieved, and swimming and diving like 
creatures of the deep 



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WATER COLOR PAINTING IN THE WORLD 
OF ART. NET 1956 30min sd b&w (World 

of art ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by WQED 

Discusses painting with water color as an 
Individual expression of art. Presents examples 
of water color paintings by well-known artists 
and explains them in terms of subject, tech- 
niques, composition, and total effect. Shows the 
tools and materials used in water color pamt- 
ing and demonstrates their use 

WATER CROPS AND MEN. Sterl-MovUSA 
1957 15min sd b&w (Algerian portfolio ser) 
free -loan 

c-ad 
Sponsored by Robert W. Schofield & As- 

Reviews how Moslems and Europeans 
have begun to make Algeria self-sufHcient 

WATER FOR THE COMMUNITY. Coronet 1958 
llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 

el-Jh Guide 
Follows the process by which water is 
treated from the time it leaves its original 
source until it is purified and distributed to 
the community. Describes the importance or 
making water clear, correcting special prob- 
lems, and killing bacteria. Explains the source 
of a community's water supply in terms of 
the water cycle and subsequent storage within 
the earth or on its surface 
LC card Fi A 59-152 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3872 

WATER, LIFEBLOOD OF THE WEST. Dag- 
gett 1958 12i^min sd b&w $60, color $120 

ei-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Describes the creation of the Bureau of 
Reclamation in 1902 by Congress; maps the rec- 
lamation projects in the area of the Bureau's 
operation; and shows the Salt River and the 
Lower Colorado River Basin developments. Pic- 
tures the functions of Hoover Dam, Including 
water storage, flood control, de-silting, and 
generation of electric power. Shows lakes cre- 
ated by the dams which are used for recreation 
areas and wild-life refuges 

LC card Fi A 59-31 

WATER PRESSURE. NET 1957 15min sd b&w 
(Uncle Wonder's workshop ser) rent $3 

p-el 

Produced by WCET 

Shows that water has weight and exerts 
pressure in all directions. Explains why there 
IS more water pressure at the bottom of a lake. 
Tells why dams are thicker at the bottom than 
at the top 

WATER SAFETY. TennGame&Fish 1958 19min 
sd b&w or color purchase apply, free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Gives a lesson on water safety. Empha- 
sizes proper handling, safety equipment and 
wise use of boats 

proper handling, safety equipment and wise use 
of boats 

WATER— SCULPTOR OF THE LAND. NET 

1956 30min sd b&w (Discovery II ser) rent 
$4.75 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by WGBH 

Describes how water changes the face 
of the earth. Explains the formation and dis- 
tinguishing characteristics of the common sedi- 
mentary rocks: limestone, sandstone, shale, 
and conglomerate 

WATER SKI TIPS. Ideal 1957 15min sd free- 
loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Evinrude Motors 
A family is introduced to water skiing. 
Gives advice on boats, motors and ski equip- 
ment 

WATER SKIING. JohnsonMot 1956 21min sd 
color free -loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by George W. Colburn Labora- 
tory 

Gives instructions on water skiing and 
shows the professional tricks of the sport 



WATER WHEELS. NET 1957 15min sd b&W 
(Uncle Wonder's workshop ser) rent tZ 

p-el 

Produced by WCET 

Shows how to make a water wheel. Uses 
art work to explain how water wheels are 
used to make work easier. Shows how water 
Wheels lift heavy objects 

WATERCOLOR AND PRINTERS INK. Ford 
1957 30min sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Allend'or Productions 
Begins with the artist at work on water- 
colors or California's Big Sur coast. Details 
each step in the reproduction of a color origi- 
nal by rotogravure and offset in lithograpny 
LC card Fi A 68-368 

WATTEAU'S 'FETES GALANTES'. NET 

1956 115 min sd b&w (Images of art ser) 
rent $4 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Radiodifu'ssion Television 

Discusses the inspiration the poet Paul 
Verlaine derived from the paintings of Wat- 
teau. Combines the works of both artists to 
the music of Lulli 

WAYS OF THE ANT. NET 1956 30min sd b&W 
(Discovery II ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by WGBH 

Describes the social structure and organi- 
zation of the ant world. Demonstrates with live 
colonies of ants. Explains how to keep an ant 
colony 

WEAKNESS INTO STRENGTH 

In NEW NATION IN THE WEST INDIES 
(4 films) 

WEATHER MAPS, CALENDARS, AND 
CRIME 
In CRIMINAL MAN (20 films) 

WEATHER PATROL. Guild 1956 26%min sd 
b&w (Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Forewarning the world of impending hur- 
ricanes, the International Weather Patrol 
draws on every available source and one of 
the most dependable is the Coast Guard 

WEBS AND THEIR WEAVERS. NET 1956 
30min sd b&w (Discovery II ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by WGBH 

Shows the habits and characterisitics of 
the barn, funnel -web, and the crab spiders. 
Explains how spiders spin their webs and 
catch prey 

WEDGES. NET 1957 15min sd b&w (Uncle 
Wonder's workshop ser) rent $3 

p-el 

Produced by WCET 

Discusses a wedge and demonstrates that 
it is both a simple machine and an inclined 
plane. Explains a jackscrew used to lift auto- 
mobiles. Begins the building of a bird house 

WEIGHING AIR. NET 1957 ISmin sd b&W 
(Uncle Wonder's workshop ser) rent $3 

p-el 

Produced by WCET 

Uses experiments to show that air has 
weight. Demonstrates with a basketball and 
balloons how air is weighed 



WELCOME YOUR MAJESTY. AustrlNews 
1958 34min sd color $255, rent $7.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Visit of Queen Mother Elizabeth to Aus- 
tralia in 1958 



WEST AFRICA 

In REPORT ON AFRICA (3 films) 



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WEST INDIES: GEOGRAPHY OF THE 
AMERICAS. Coronet 1958 llmin sd b&w 
$60, color $110 

el-Jh Guide 

Discusses the varied population, terrain, 
resources, and opportunities for economic 
growth of 'the West Indies, modern trends 
toward industry, and traditions of large plan- 
tations and small farms raising large variety 
of semi -tropical food crops 

LC card Fi A 57-1038 

EFLA evaluation card No. 8570 

WEST TO THE TETONS. Ford 1958 27min sd 
color (By way of adventure ser) free-loan 

Jh-sh-ad 
Portrays Wyoming's Grand Teton Na- 
tional Park. Shares the adventures of a young 
couple exploring the mountain trails, learning 
the rules and tricks of mountain climbing and 
learning to water ski on one of the lakes 

WESTWARD GROWTH OF OUR NATION 

(1803-1853). Coronet 1959 llmin sd b&w 
$60, color $110 

el-Jh Guide 
Discusses the expansion of the United 
States from 1803 to 1853, describing the strug- 
gles and conflicts, the treaties signed, and the 
brave pioneers who explored and settled the 
West. Shows how the Louisiana Territory, 
Texas and the great Southwest, and the 
Oregon country, became a part of the Nation 
LC card Fi A 59-334 

WESTWARD TO GREECE 

In WRITTEN WORD (15 films) 

WHALE HUNT. Guild 1956 26%min sd b&w 
(Kingdom of the sea ser) rent apply 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Depicts the fight to harpoon a 90 foot 
whale, and the struggle killer whales put up to 
save their young. Shows modern equipment 
applied to an old industry 

WHAT A VACATION. Ford 1958 26min sd color 
(By way of adventure ser) free -loan 

Jh-sh-ad 

An amusing journey into boredom of a 
small boy visiting all the places his father and 
mother wish to see in New York. Shares his 
excitement when his father remembers a prom- 
ise and all his dreams of many months come 
true 

WHAT ABOUT SCHOOL SPIRIT. McGraw 1959 
15min sd b&w (Discussion problems ser) 
$80, rent apply 

Jh-sh Guide 

Produced by Centron Corp. 

Designed to suggest that school spirit. 
rather than the immature concept of the fren- 
zied sports rally, is a form of citizenship re- 
quiring the assum?)tion of responsibilities, both 
curricular and extra-curricular 

WHAT ARE DEIVIOCRACY'S PREJUDICES? 
In ROOTS OF PREJUDICE (6 films) 

WHAT ARE MACHINES? See MACHINES 
HELP US 

WHAT BONES CAN TELL US. NET 1956 
30min sd b&w (Discovery II ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced bv WGBH 

Discusses the development and classifica- 
tion of mammals. Explains how historical 
progression of animals is determined throvigh 
examination of bones and teeth. Considers six 
orders of mammals: opossums, bats, carnivores, 
even- toed animals, and rabbits 



WHAT DO WE SEE IN THE SKY? Coronet 

1957 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 

p Guide 

Shows a young boy as he learns about 
the sun. moon, planets, stars, and constella- 
tions, their relative size and distance, their 
light, and something of their composition 

LC card Fi A 57-1024 

WHAT DOES THE WORD "AFRICA" MEAN 
TO YOU? 
In ROOTS OF PREJUDICE (6 films) 

WHAT DOES THE WORD "AMERICAN" 
MEAN TO YOU. NET 1958 30min sd b&w 
(World we want: 1958 ser) rent $4.75 

sh-ad 

Produced by New York Herald Tribune. 
Kinescope 

Teenagers from Italy, Union of South 
Africa, Brazil, and Ethiopia discuss what the 
word "American" means in different parts of 
the world. Examines race problems and prej- 
udices as viewed by their countries 

WHAT DOES THE WORD COMMUNISM 
MEAN TO YOU. NET 1957 29min sd b&w 
(World we want: 1957 ser) rent $4.75 

sh-ad 

Produced by WOR-TV 

Teenagers from four foreign countries 
discuss the nature of communism. The Yugo- 
slavian delegate defends her country's brand of 
communism but not Russian imperialism. The 
other members are in agreement with the Ko- 
rean delegate who rejects communism com- 
pletely 

WHAT IS A HOUSE? AmInstArch 1958 14min 
sd color $65, rent $5 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Henry J. Kaufman & Asso- 

Traces the evolution of the American 
house from the "carpenter classic" to the resi- 
dence of the future. Presents some of the prob- 
lems of site planning, orientation, and building 
technology as well as the social and economic 
needs which must be considered to make a 
house a home 

WHAT IS AMERICA FAMOUS FOR? NET 

1958 30min sd b&w (World we want: 1958 
ser) rent $4.75 

sh-ad 

Produced by New York Herald Tribune. 
Kinescope 

Teenagers from Pakistan. Union of South 
Africa, India, and the United Kingdom discuss 
Britain's reaction to the earth satellite rivalry 
between the United States and Rus-^^ia. Each 
representative tells what America is famour for 
in his country 

WHAT'S WRONG WITH AMERICAN HIGH 
SCHOOLS? NET 1957 29min sd b&w (World 
we want: 1957 ser) rent $4.75 

sh-ad 

Produced by WOR-TV 

Teenagers from five foreign countries dis- 
cuss American hif?h schools and describe them 
as being too easy, not sufficiently challenging. 
They praise the American school systems and 
the teaching materials. They examine their 
own school systems, their weaknesses and ad- 
vantages 

WHEELS. NET 1957 15min sd b&w (Uncle 
Wonder's workshop ser) rent $3 

p-el 

Produced by WCET 

Explains how wheels function to reduce 
friction. Summarizes the principles of the 
inclined plane, lever, and wheel 



WHAT DO FATHERS DO? Churchill 1958 
llmin sd (Family relations ser) b&w $50, 
rent $2.50; color $100, rent $4 

p-c-ad Guide 

Produced by Argus Films 

On a special day Toby's father takes Tobv 
to the construction job where he works. Oh 
the way they find other fathers starting out on 
other jobs. Toby learns how a father's earn- 
mgs buy the things his whole family wants and 
needs. He discovers that fathers like their 
work and like to be with their friends 



WHEN BOYS ENCOUNTER PUBERTY 

In PEOPLE ARE TAUGHT TO BE DIF- 
FERENT (12 films) 

WHEN EVERY MINUTE COUNTS. Modern 
TP 1958 21min sd b&w or color free-loan 

ad 

Produced by Jerry Fairbanks Inc. for 
American District Telegraph Service 

Demonstrates how an electric protection 
system guards against fire and thwarts even 
the most ingenious burglars 



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WHEN GIRLS ENCOUNTER PUBERTY 

In PEOPLE ARE TAUGHT TO BE DIF- 
FERENT (12 films) 

WHERE HE WALKED. Classroom 1959 14min 
sd color $135. rent $6 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Mears-Evans Productions 
An impression of Christ in the manner 

of a tone-picture-poem. All narration from 

the Bible 

WHERE THERE'S A WILL. ConnU 1957 
28min sd color $165. rent $1 

c-ad 

Portrays the possibilities for the adjust- 
ment of the handicapped mother to a satisfy- 
iner role in the home. Shows how four handi- 
capped mothers have succeeded in caring for 
their children _ , ^ .„„ 

LC card Fi A 59-493 , ^^ „ ^„ 
EFL.A evaluation card No. 3762 

WHERE YOUR HEART IS. Baptists 1958 
28min sd b&w $180, rent $9 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Broadman Films 
Jesus said, "No man can serve two mas- 
ters." He also said, "Seek first the kingdom 
of God. and his right'^'^usness; and all these 
things shall be added unto you." These two 
statements are the basis for a story set in the 
home of Tom and Dorothy Nelson 

WHERE YOUR TREASURE IS. UW 1958 
27min sd color (His way — His word ser) 
$300. rent $15 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Catchings-Denker Corp. 
The story of a wealthy merchant and his 
adopted daughter. The little girl wanting love 
and affection becomes more and more unhappy 
and soon runs away. Jesus teaches the mer- 
chant that there is a great difference between 
the gifts of worldly treasures and the true 
gift of love. Based on Matthew 6:19-34, and 
Luke 12:15-34 

WHEREVER WE MAY WORK. NZealEmb 
1956 18min sd b&w rent apply 

el-ih-sh-c-ad 

Shows types of accidents which might 
occur in a variety of industries, and how to 
prevent them 

LC card Fi A 58-489 

WHITE WONDER. ModernTP 1958 27V4min 
sd b&w or color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Wilding Picture Productions 
for Morton Salt Co. 

Traces the origin of salt, the compound 
used since time immemorial by man, and pic- 
tures its many modern uses in the home, on 
farms and in industry 

WHO PAYS THE BILL? 

In NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL POLICY 
(6 films) 

WHO SHOULD DECIDE? (AREAS OF PA- 
RENTAL AUTHORITY). Coronet 1958 
llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 

Jh-sh Guide 

Uses a family setting, with two teenage 
children who find that their own decisions 
and desires frequently conflict with those of 
their parents, to illustrate the most typical 
problems faced by teenagers. Raises questions 
concerning areas and degree of parental in- 
fluence, providing a basis for discussion 

LC card Fi A 58-3363 

WHO'S RESPONSIBLE? 

In ROOTS. OF PREJUDICE (6 films) 

WHY DO THINGS DIFFER? NET 1956 30min 
sd b&w (Discovery II ser) rent $4.75 

el-Jh-sh 
Produced by WGBH 
, Drarnatizes the questions raised in Dar- 
win s mind on his return to England from his 
famous voyage. Discusses why animals differ 
when found in different locations, why and 
'^^Y^ species arise, and if new forms appear 
suddenly 



WHY MEAT-TYPE HOGS? WisU 1956 12%mln 
sd b&w rent 50c 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. 
of Agriculture (USDA) 

Consumer preference for lean pork is 
given as the reason for the demand for meat- 
type hogs. Shows when to sell by the weight - 
age chart and how various cuts of pork are 
trimmed by the packer. Illustrates determina- 
tion of the amount of lean, back fat thickness, 
and United States grades 

WHY SALES MANAGERS GO NUTS. Dartnell 
1958 lOmin sd b&w $85. rent $25 

c-ad 
Produced by Jam Handy Organization 
Shows what happens when effective com- 
munication does not exist between the sales- 
man and the sales chief 
LC card Fi A 59-283 

WHY SCIENCE WORKS 

In OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS (23 
films) 

WIDER WORLD. GirlS 1956 28min sd color 
$120, rent $4.25 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by International Film Founda- 

Mexican Girl Guides teach reading and 
writing. In Finland blind Girl Guides play a 
"wide game" in the country. In the U.S.A., 
Senior Girl Scouts work to get out the vote at 
a local election. Burmese Guides give service 
at a Buddhist temple and care for cnildren in a 
day nursery 

LC card Fi 57-2 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3196 

WILDLIFE IN THE ROCKIES. CanTrav 1958 
14min sd color free-loan 

el-Jh-ad 

Shows views of the creatures of the wild 
that inhabit the forested mountain slopes of 
Banff and Jasper National Parks, including 
deer, moose, bear, big-horn sheep, birds, and 
small animals that live above the tree-line 

LC card Fi A 58-627 

WILDLIFE OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS. 
CanNFB 1958 9min sd color $80 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

A study of the animals and birds that 
inhabit the forests, valleys, and slopes of the 
Rocky Mountains, exploring the domain of the 
golden eagle and the lordly moose, the black 
bear and the bighorn sheep. Includes many 
close-ups of these and other birds and animals 

LC card Fi A 58-1004 

WILEY WORKS. BallStTC 1958 22min sd color 

$145, rent $5 

sh-c-ad 
Portrays the Summer Visiting Artist 
series at Ball State Teachers College. Includes 
a one man show of Wiley's works, then pro- 
ceeds to follow Wiley in creating a painting 
using terrazzo, colored pigment, brazing rods, 
etc. 

WILLIAM PENN AND THE QUAKERS (THE 
PENNSYLVANIA COLONY). Coronet 1959 
llmin sd b&w $60, coolr $110 

el-Guide 

Describing the Quaker's struggle for free- 
dom of worship in 17th century England. Dis- 
cusses how under William Penn's leadership a 
colony was founded in America which was 
dedicated to freedom of speech and religion, 
and equality for all, and how an ample op- 
portunity for trade, industry, and agriculture 
helped Pennsylvania develop into a political, 
economic, and cultural leader among the 
colonies 

LC card Fi A 59-442 

WILLIAMSBURG IN THE AMERICAN 
HERITAGE. ColonialWms 1958 20min sd 
color $150, rent $4 

Jh-sh 
Traces the footsteps of history across 
Virginia's "historic Peninsula," from the land- 
ing at Jamestown to final victory at Yorktown 



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WILSON'S BIRTHPLACE. Virginia-Ed 1957 
6min sd b&w $15 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Describes the heritage of Woodrow Wilson 
and his environment as a child in Staunton, Va. 
LC card Fi A 58-373 

WINDOWALLS FROM THE FRIENDLY VAL- 
LEY. ModernTP 1956 18min sd color free- 
loan ^ ^ 
sh-ad 
Produced by Reid H. Ray Film Industries 
for the Andersen Corp, 

Shows how modem window units are 
made 

WINGS TO BRITAIN. Ideal 1958 28min sd color 

rent $2.50 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Frederick Watson for Pan 
American World Airways 

Panorama of Great Britain today. Shows 
the moors of Scotland where the clans gather 
for the famous Highland games 

WINNING OF FRANCE 

In AIR POWER (26 films) 

WINTER WOODS. TennGame&Fish 1958 
12i^min sd b&w or color (World outdoors 
ser) purchase apply, free -loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Reveals the winter quarters of some in- 
sects and spiders. Shows bird nests and squirrel 
nests and the strange habits of the shrike, or 
butcher bird 

WIRED FOR THE FUTURE. Wiremold 1957 
5min sd color $21.75, free-loan 

ad 
Produced by Bay State Films 
Designed to acquaint the homemaker with 
the advantages of multi-outlet assemblies 

WIRRITT WIRRITT. AustrlNews 1957 7%min 
sd color $75, rent $2 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

By the use of paintings on rock, based 
on authentic native paintings found in various 
parts of Australia, relates the legend of how 
in prehistoric times the people of the Djauan 
tribe, on the Roper River in Australia's north- 
ern territory, first won the secret of making 
fire 

LC card Fi A 58-267 

WISE FOOD BUYING. WisU 1956 12%min sd 
b&w rent 50c 

sh-c-ad 
Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. of 
Agriculture (USDA) 

Shows a homemaker with a prepared 
shopping list in a supermarket where she pur- 
chases food items which are "best buys." Em- 
phasizes price and quality as important points 
to consider in purchasing food 

WITH ALL THY HEART. JewishChaut 1956 
13i^min sd b&w $35 

el-Jh>sh-c-ad 

Produced by Galahad Studios 

Revolves around the Jewish High Holy 
Days. Tells the story of a grudge between a 
man and his cousin. On Rosh Hashana, he 
takes moral inventory and resolves to improve 
himself and overcome the grudge. As a result, 
on^ Yom Kippur his forbearance strengthens his 
spirit and the love and respect of his wife and 
children 

WITH AN AMERICAN ACCENT 

In PROSPECT OF LITERATURE (8 films) 

WITNESSES TO THE ACCIDENT 
In ACTION AT LAW (5 films) 

WONDER OF OUR BODY. Moody 1958 12min sd 
(Wonder world ser) b&w $55, color $105 

el Guide 

T^. ,^ Uncle Bob operates small neighborhood 
Fixit shop. Boys bring camera in for repairs. 
Bob ^ points out similarity to human eye. Dis- 
cussion follows on ear construction; our "chem- 
ical plants." Points out need to care for the 
human body 

EFL.A evaluation card No. 3873 



WONDERS ABOVE. Moody 1957 12%min sd 
color (Science adventures ser) rent $6 
el-Jh 
A boy and girl argue about why the moon 
shines. Uncle Bob, with telescope, points out 
the wonders above — the reflected glory 
LC card Fi 57-108 

WOOD BLOCKS AND METAL TYPE 
In WRITTEN WORD (15 films) 

WOOD SCULPTURE IN THE WORLD OF 
ART. NET 1956 30min sd b&w (World of 
art ser) rent $4.75 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by WQED 

Discusses wood sculpture as an art form. 
Describes the tools needed for manipulating the 
wood. Demojistrates simple methods and tech- 
niques of carving. Explains the selection of 
wood, importance of grain, and factors which 
contribute to the finished art piece 

WOODLAND INDIANS OF EARLY AMERICA. 
Coronet 1958 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 
p-el Guide 
Scenes in the eastern and Great Lakes 
regions provide settings for a study of wood- 
land Indian life prior to European influence. 
Follows the daily life of the members of a 
Chippewa family, showing them as they hunt 
wild turkey, harvest their staple food of wild 
rice, fish in the lake, and gather at the wigwam 
for the evening meal 

LC card Fi A 58-732 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3727 

WOODPECKER GETS READY FOR WINTER. 

Moody 1958 9min sd b&w $40. color $75 

p-el Guide 

Describes the unique manner in which the 
woodpecker stores acorns for winter. Shows 
the woodpecker's efllcient use of its head, beak, 
and claws 

LC card Fi A 58-3540 

WORD BUILDING IN OUR LANGUAGE. Coro- 
net 1959 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 

Jh-sh Guide 

Demonstrates that many words in the 
English language are built by adding prefixes, 
suffixes, or both, to a root, and by combining 
words or parts of words. Points out that many 
words are derived from other languages, fre- 
quently Latin, and describes the principles of 
structural growth of words 

LC card Fi A 59-203 

WORLD OF MOLECULES. Churchill 1959 llmin 
sd b&w $50, rent $2.50; color $100, rent $4 

el-Jh Guide 

Correlated with "Heath Elementary sci- 
ence" textbooks by H. & N. Schneider 

Experiments of two children aided by ani- 
mation help to visualize the size of molecules, 
the way they move in a solid, a liquid and a 
gas, the way they pull each other and the way 
changes of state occur 

WORLD SERIES OF 1957. Am&NatL 1958 
40min sd b&w free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Chicago Film Studios for 
both Leagues, A.G. Spalding & Bros, and Hille- 
rich & Bradsby Co. 

Highlights of all important plays from 
each of the seven baseball games 

WOULD YOU RATHER BE AN AMERICAN? 
NET 1958 30min sd b&w CWorld we want: 
1958 ser) rent $4.75 

sh-ad 

Produced by New York Herald Tribune, 
Kinescope 

Teenagers from Greece, Malaya, Egypt, 
and Thailand tell why they prefer not to be 
Americans. Discusses relations between chil- 
dren and parents. Presents first impressions 
and reactions to life in the United States 

WRAP IT UP. MichStU 1957 26%min sd (County 
agent ser) b&w $100, rent apply; color $200, 
rent apply 

ad 
Produced by Capital Film Service 
The story of research methods applied to 
better packaging of the products of farm and 
orchard. Explains that more effective packag- 
ing of apples, cereals, and milk means better 
quality products and better nutrition 



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^''IT1.'?(§S^igf 8^ ^.^IIaTURE (8 films) 

WRITTEN WORD (15 films). NET 1956 ea 
29min sd b&w rent ea $4.75 
sh-c-ad 
Produced by University of Southern Cali- 
fornia 

Titles are: 

1. SIGN AND SYMBOL. Tells how primitive 

man devised methods of communication 
before he could speak. Describes early 
means of communication such as marks, 
signals, pictographs, and sign language. 
Illustrates early drawings found in caves 
and demonstrates sign language 

2. BETWEEN THE RIVERS. Explains how 

early sign and sound writing were written 
and read. Shows examples of cuneiform 
writing from the ancient lands between 
the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. Dem- 
onstrates techniques used in writing on 
clay tablets 

3. KEYS TO THE MYSTERIES. Presents the 

story of the decipherment of ancient 
cuneiform and hieroglyphic writing. Ex- 
plains how the Rosetta Stone in Egypt 
beeame the key to unlock the mystery 
of hieroglyphics. Discusses the work of 
Grotefend. Rawlinson, and Champallion in 
achieving an understanding of ancient 
writing 

4. ALONG THE NILE. Describes how man 

g regressed from picture symbols to 
ieroglyphic, hieratic, demotic, and Coptic 
writing. Discusses the significance of the 
Egyptian alphabet. Demonstrates the 
making of a sheet of papyrus as done by 
the Egyptians 

5. A B C'S. Discusses the origin of the alpha- 

bet. Describes the evolution of the letters 
"A" and "B." Traces the development 
of Semitic letters from the Eastern 
Mediterranean to Greece. Shows forms of 
early writing and points out the similar- 
ities between the letters of Egypt, 
Phoenicia, Greece, and Rome 

6. WESTWARD TO GREECE. Discusses cur- 

rent theories on the origin of the Semitic 
alphabet. Illustrates the acrophonic prin- 
ciple of alphabetization by the develop- 
ment of several letters — from the Semitic 
through the Greek and finally to their 
Latin forms. Explains the emergence of 
the Greek letters into Eastern and West- 
ern systems 

7. BOOK TAKES FORM. Explains the evolu- 

tion of the Greek letter and the many 
materials on which they did their writing. 
Describes and demonstrates with tablets — 
the forerunner of the leaved book — and 
papyrus scrolls. Presents examples of 
writing in classic times 

8. NOBLE ROMAN LETTER. Traces the his- 

tory of modern letter forms back to Ro- 
man capitals. Discusses Charlemagne's 
contributions to writing. Demonstrates 
the advantages of parchment and vellum 
over papyrus for forming leaves in a book. 
Describes how the work of the Benedictine 
monks lies behind the printing of fine 
books today 

9. BEAUTIFUL BOOK. Discusses the de- 

velopment of printing. Describes how 
printing developed from simple writing 
on papyrus to decorated books written on 
parchment and vellum. Explains the 
origins of and differences between parch- 
ment and vellum. Discusses paint, ink, 
and writing techniques of the Middle 
Ages 

10. PAPER FROM CHINA. Tells the story of 

the invention and spread of paper making. 
Discusses the materials and tools used in 
making paper. Demonstrates how paper 
was made In ancient China. Traces the 
history of the movement of paper making 
from China to Germany 

11. WOOD BLOCKS AND METAL TYPE. Dis- 

cusses the discoveries and developments 
which brought about the invention of 
movable type by Gutenburg. Describes 
the work of the alchemist in casting 
rnetals. the making of wood blocks, and 
the development of oil-based paints. 
Demonstrates Gutenburg's experiments 
with metals and shows woodcuts rep- 
resentative of those produced and used in 
Gutenburg's day 



12. PRINTING: FUEL FOR THE RENAIS- 

SANCE. Presents the life of Gutenburg 
and the early techniques of printing. 
Demonstrates how the printing press of 
Gutenburg's day worked. Shows ex- 
amples of early printing. Traces the 
rapid spread of the printing press over 
the continent and to the New World 

13. VENICE: THE PERFECT BOOK. Explains 

the role the city of Venice played in the 
development of fine printing. Traces the 
changes from the heavy German letters 
to the more slender, light and open letters 
of today. Relates historical events which 
led to the rise of Venice as a printing 
center. Discusses the contributions of 
such printers as Coburger, Jansen, and 
Manutius 

14. NEW WORLDS FOR ^THE BOOK. De- 

scribes how printers from other countries 
contributed to the art of printing. Tells 
how printing spread from Germany to 
other countries. Describes the significant 
printing done in Italy, Belgium, France, 
England, Mexico and New England dur- 
ing the early development of the New 
World 

15. DECLINE AND REVIVAL. Discusses the 

decline of printing during the 18th and 
19th centuries. Points out the main rea- 
sons behind the decline of printing. Re- 
views the work of William Morris and 
his successors in reviving the art of print- 
ing 

WYOMING'S WONDERFUL WATERWAYS. 

Ideal 20min sd b&w or color free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Evinrude Motors 
An American family visits Wyoming with 
an outboard motor and boat in tow. Lakes and 
streams, seldom seen by the average tourist, 
become waterways to Wyoming's beauty. 
Shows moose, elk, and bear in their natural 
habitat 



YANKEE SPY IN TEXAS. DavisProd 1959 
15min sd b&w $75, color $150 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Texas historical events from the estab- 
lishment of Franciscan missions to the early 
1900's. Presents the settlers, Texas Ranger, 
Forts, Alamo, cattle and oil story, and prospect- 
ing 

YANKEE TRADER ABROAD. NET 1956 29min 
sd b&w (America looks abroad ser) rent 
$4.75 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by WTTW 

Describes and compares the extent and 
variety of American business with other coun- 
tries. Appraises the importance of imports to 
the American economy and of our exports to 
the economies of other countries 

YANTRA STUDY. CreatSoc 1958 14min si color 
$150. rent $12.50 

c-ad 
Series of pastel abstract color studies by 
James Whitney, painter and film-maker 

YEAR OF DECISION. Sterl-MovUSA 1957 SOmin 
sd b&w (Algerian portfolio ser) free-loan 

c-ad 

Sponsored by Robert W. Schofield & As- 
sociates 

Survey of the present-day conflict in 
Algeria — the terrorists, the constructive efforts 
to offset their acts of destruction, the continu- 
ing daily life of the people and the country 

YELLOW LEAF. McGraw 1957 27min sd b&w 
(Perspective ser) $125 

c-ad 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Presents a study of the problem of an 
elderly widow who is forced to leave her daugh- 
ter's household to live in a home for the aged. 
Explains how, although shocked and disap- 
pointed at first, she overcomes her dejection 
when she finds that her new home offers con- 
g'enial friends, new interests, and a measure of 
independence she had not had before 

LC card Fi A 57-309 



87 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1959 



YESTERDAY'S ACTORS. COMMA 1958 30min 
sd b&w $150. rent $7.50 

sh-c-ad 

In parody, Edwin Burr Pettet delivers the 
"To be or not to be" soliloquy from Hamlet as 
it might have been performed by Edward Al- 
leyn, David Garrick, John Philip Kemble, Ed- 
mund Kean, Sir Henry Irving, Leslie Howard, 
and Marlon Brando; and concludes with an in- 
terpretation as, perhaps, the Bard intended it 
to be performed 



YOUR CAREER AS AN ELECTRONICS 
TECHNICIAN. ModemTP 1956 27%min ed 
color free -loan 

Jh-sh-c 
Produced by Rarig Motion Picture Co. 
for Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. 

Describes the type of character, interests 
and abilities required to enter the field. Shows 
the training required in high school and college 
to meet professional requirements and tells 
what can be accomplished in the field 



YOSEMITE: END OF THE RAINBOW. Bailey 
rev 1958 22min sd color $190. rent $10 

el-Jh-sh 

Revision of 1945 film. Also available in 
llmin color version. $100, rent $5 

Produced by Guy Haselton 

Tour of the national park. Scenes of the 
waterfalls, rock formation, regions of the Big 
Trees, and a multitude of birds and animals 

YOSEMITE— VALLEY OF LIGHT. Ford 1957 
20min sd color free -loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows a vacation traveler how to become 
a modern explorer and find the natural beauty 
preserved in one of the national parks 

YOSEMITE WONDERLAND, UW 1958 9min sd 
(World parade ser) b«&w $22.95, color $47.25 

el-Jh-sh-ad 
Scenes of Yosemite including the Bridal 
Veil Falls and other unique settings for year 
round fun 

YOU AND YOUR CHURCH. Baptists 1957 
14min sd b&w $80, rent $4 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by Broadman Films 
Discusses some basic Baptist beliefs and 
doctrines 

YOU AND YOUn EARS. ModernTP 1957 9min 
sd color free -loan 

ad 
Produced by Walt Disney Productions for 
Zenith Radio Corp. 

Jiminy Cricket explains the structure of 
the ear and shows how sound waves affect the 

LC card Fi A 57-815 

YOU AND YOUR HOME. GirlS 1958 27min sd 
color $120, rent $4.25 

sh-c-ad Guide 
A Girl Scout troop pursues adventures in 

agriculture, health and safety and homemaking. 

Points out that "home" is people, as well as 

place 

LC card Fi A 59-323 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3615 

YOU CANNOT KNOW THE UNKNOWABLE 
In SCIENTIFIC METHODS (13 films) 

YOUNG GIRL'S DREAM BY COROT. NET 

1956 15min sd b«&w (Images of art ser) rent 
$4 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Radiodiffusion Television 
Francaise 

Describes the childhood recollections of 
a young girl as painted by Corot 

YOUNG LIVING. Editorial 1957 lO^min sd b&w 
or color free-loan 

Jh-sh 

Sponsored by Seventeen magazine 
A discussion by Enid Haupt of the prob- 
lems and manners of teen-agers illustrated by 
scenes in the day of a teen-age girl. Mrs Haupt 
discusses her book "Toung living" 

YOUR CAREER AS A SECRETARY. Modern 
TP 1956 27J^min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c 

Produced by Rarig Motion Picture Co. 
for Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. 

Depicts the type of character, interests 
and abilities required of secretaries. Shows the 
training required in high school and college to 
meet professional requirements. Describes what 
can be accomplished in the field 



YOUR CAREER IN AERONAUTICAL ENGI- 
NEERING. ModernTP 1956 27%min sd color 
free -loan 

Jh-sh-c 
Produced by Rarig Motion Picture Co. for 
Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. 

Depicts the type of character, interests 
and abilities required to enter the field. Shows 
the training required in high school and college 
to meet professional requirements. Summarij&es 
what can be accomplished in the field 



YOUR CAREER IN ARCHITECTURE. Modern 
TP 1956 27V2min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c 

Produced by Rarig Motion Picture Co. 
Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. 

Presents the type of character, interests 
and abilities required to enter the field. Shows 
the training required in high school and college 
to meet professional requirements. Explains 
what can be accomplished in the field 



YOUR CAREER IN ELECTRONICS. RCAInst 

rev 1959 22min sd b&w free-loan 

sh 

Revision of 1957 film 

Explains how a student receives instruc- 
tion in electronics at the technical institute 
and then puts his knowledge into practice at 
industrial firms, research and development lab- 
oratories. Shows the opportunities for electronic 
technicians including broadcasting, communica- 
tions, computers, servicing, civil defense and 
guided missiles 



YOUR CAREER IN ELEMENTARY TEACH- 
ING. ModernTP 1956 27i^min sd color free- 
loan 

Jh-sh-c 

Produced by Rarig Motion Picture Co. 
for Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. 

Depicts the type of character, interests 
and abilities required to enter the field and 
shows the training required in high school and 
college to meet professional requirements. 
Shows what can be accomplished in the field 



YOUR CAREER IN FORESTRY. ModemTP 
1956 27%min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c 

Produced by Rarig Motion Picture Service 
for Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. 

Depicts the type of character, interests 
and abilities required to enter the field, and 
shows the training required in high school and 
college to meet professional requirements. De- 
scribes what can be accomplished in the field 



YOUR CAREER IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT. 

ModernTP 1956 27%min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c 

Produced by Rarig Motion Picture Co. 
for Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. 

Depicts the type of character, interests 
and abilities required to enter the field. Shows 
the training required in hi^h school and college 
to meet professional requirements. Tells what 
can be accomplished in the field 



YOUR CAREER IN JOURNALISM. ModemTP 

1956 27J?^min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c 

Produced by Rarig Motion Picture Co. 
for Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. 

Shows the type of character, interests 
and abilities required to enter the field. De- 
scribes the training required in high school 
and college to meet professional requirements. 
Summarizes what can be accomplished in the 
field 



88 



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YOUR CAREER IN LAW. ModernTP 1956 
27V^min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c 

Produced by Rarig Motion Picture Co. for 
Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. 

Depicts the type of character, interests 
and abilities required to enter the field. Shows 
the training required in high school and college 
to meet professional requirements. Describes 
what can be accomplished in the field. 

YOUR CAREER IN LOGGING. ModernTP 1956 
27%min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c 

Produced by Rarig Motion Picture Service 
for Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. 

Presents the type of character, interests 
and abilities required to enter the field. Shows 
the training required in high school and college 
to meet professional requirements. Tells what 
can be accomplished in the field 

YOUR CAREER IN LUMBER MANUFAC- 
TURING. ModernTP 1956 27V2min sd color 
free-loan 

Jh-sh-c 
Produced by Rarig Motion Picture Co. 
for Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. 

Depicts the type of character, interests 
and abilities required to enter the field and 
shows the training required in high school and 
college to meet professional requirements. De- 
scribes what can be accomplished in the field 

YOUR CAREER IN METEOROLOGY. Modern 
TP 1956 27l^min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c 

Produced by Rarig Motion Picture Co. 
for Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. 

Depicts the type of character, interests 
and abilities required to enter the field. 
Shows the training required in high school and 
college to meet professional requirements. Ex- 
plains what can be accomplished in the field 

YOUR CAREER IN PHARMACY. ModernTP 
1956 27%min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c 

Produced by Rarig Motion Picture Co. 
for Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. 

Depicts the type of character, interests 
and abilities required to enter the field. Shows 
the training required in high school and col- 
lege to meet professional requirements. De- 
scribes what can be accomplished in the field 

YOUR CAREER IN PRINTING. ModernTP 
1956 27V2min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c 

Produced by Rarig Motion Picture Co. 
for Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. 

Describes the type of character, interests 
and abilities required to enter the field. Shows 
the training required in high school and col- 
lege to meet professional requirements. Ex- 
plains what can be accomplished in the field 



YOUR CAREER IN PULP MANUFACTUR- 
ING. ModernTP 1956 27%min sd color 
free -loan 

Jh.sh-c 

Describes the type of character, interests 
and abilities required to enter the field. Shows 
the training required in high school and col- 
lege to meet professional requirements. Sum- 
marizes what can be accomplished in the field 



YOUR CHANGING SEE-POWER. BetterVis 
1958 lOmin sd color free-loan 

ad 

Produced by Proser- Barnes 

Discusses whether or not one should 
wear bifocal or trifocal lenses. Points out that 
eyeglass-wearers need frequent re-examining 
to keep up with visual requirements 



YOUR LAMB GOES TO THE FAIR. WisU 
1956 12%min sd b&w rent 50c 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Available for purchase from U.S. Dept. 
of Agriculture (USDA) 

Covers the major steps in getting a lamb 
ready for showing at a fair. A 4-H Club boy 
is shown washing, rough clipping, trimming, 
fitting, and showing his lamb at a fair. Gives 
hints on good showmanship in competition 



YOUR MONEY IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT. 

NatMfrs rev 1958 18l^min sd color rent 
$1.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Revision of 1952 film 

Discusses the factors affecting money 
value, inflation, and production vs the value 
of the dollar 

LC card Fi A 57-686 



ZOA IN ISRAEL. Zionist 1957 20min sd color 
free -loan 

sh-c-ad 
Story of projects undertaken in Israel by 
the Zionist Organization of America — the ZOA 
House in Tel Aviv, and the Kfar Silver, agri- 
cultural training institute 



ZO PAT EC AN VILLAGE. Filmlm 1958 20min 
sd b&w $100. rent $10 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Madeline Tourtelot 
Portrays with music and pictures the 
moods and customs of an Amer- Indian village 
in Mexico as it is today and has been for 
hundreds of years, showing men and women at 
work, their children at school and play, and 
both young and old enjoying a fiesta 
LC card Fi A 58-928 



89 



Educational Film Guide 

1959 Annual Supplement 
Part 2. Subject Index 



Abacus 
Abacus 

Ability. See Leadership 

Abrasives. See Grindiiis wheels 

Abstract art. See Art, Abstract 

Abstract films. See Moving pictures— As an art 
form 

Acara 

Fish family 

Accident prevention 
Falls are no fun 
Lucky you 

Safety adventures out of doors 
»See also Safety education 
In Industry 
Danger — roofers at work 
Lock and tag 
One is too many 
Punch press guarding 
Wherever we may work 

In sports 

Boating safety 

Boats, motors, and people 

Sons of Neptune 

Water safety (TennGame&Fish) 

In traffic 
Bicycle clown 
On impact 

Story of Any burg, U.S.A. 
Tomorrow's drivers 

Accidents. See Poisons; Traffic accidents 

Accliimatization. See Adaptation (Biology) 

Accounting machines. See Calculating machines 

Acids. See Nitric acids 

Acoustics. See Sound 

Acting. See Pantomimes; Theater 

Actors and actresses. See Theater; also names 
of individual actors and actresses 

Adams, Ansel Eaton 

Ansel Adams — photographer 

Adaptation (Biology) 

Animals through the winter 
Birds in winter (EBF) 

Adjustment, Social. See Behavior; Human re- 
lations 

Administration of Justice. See Justice, Admin- 
istration of 

Adolescence 

Are teenagers universally misunderstood? 

Are you popular? 

Discipline during adolescence 

The teens 

Adoption 

Babv naTv,e(j x 
Not asked for 

Adventure and adventurers 
Beachcombers 

See also Seafaring life; Voyages and 
travels 



Advertismg. See Propaganda; Salesmen and 
salesmanship; Show windows; Television in 
advertising 

Aerial rockets. See Rockets (Aeronautics) 

Aerodynamics 

Air pressure (3 films) 
Bee also Aeronautics 

Aerodynamics, Supersonic 

Approaching the speed of sound 
Transonic flight 

Aeronautics 

Man in flight 

Your career in aeronautical engineering 

iSee also Airplanes; Flight; Navigation 
(Aeronautics); Rockets (Aeronautics) 

Flights 
See Space flight 

Medical aspects 
See Aviation medicine 

Aeronautics, Commercial 

Ship best way 
Song of the clouds 

Aeronautics, Military 

Blue angels 

See also Air power; Airplanes, Military; 
Semi-automatic ground environment sys- 
tem 

Aeronautics and civilization 
Ambassadors with wings 

Aeronautics in agriculture 
The swathmaster 

Aeroplanes. See Airplanes 

Aesthetics. See Esthetics 

Affection. See Love 

Africa 

Africa awakens 
Africa giant with a future 
New faces of Africa 
Report on Africa (3 Alms) 

Africa, East. See Zanzibar 

Africa, North 
Eurafrica 
Hundreds of busy feet 

Africa, South 

Vintage holiday 

Africa, West. See Nigeria 

Agents. See Salesmen and salesmanship 

Agricultural chemicals. See Trace elements 

Agricultural chemistry. See Fertilizers and 
manures 

Agricultural engineering. See Irrigation 

Agricultural laborers. See Migrant labor 

Agricultural machinery 
Press for service 
Turning point (MichStU) 



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Agricultural pests 
Tomato pests 
See also Insects, Injurious and beneficial 

Agricultural products. See Farm produce 

Agricultural research. See Agriculture 

Agriculture 

Atoms in agriculture 

Battle lines 

Careers in agriculture 

Changing nature's plan ' 

Fact farm, U.S.A. 

From this land 

Life in the Alps (Austria) 

See also Dairying; Fertilizers and ma- 
nures; Forests and forestry; Livestock; 
Meadows; Pastures: Plant breeding; Rec- 
lamation of land; also names^of agricul- 
tural products (e.g. Alfalfa, Corn, Hay); 
and some titles listed under names of coun- 
tries, cities, etc. 

Economic aspects 
National agricultural policy (6 films) 
See also Farm management 
Air 

How the air works 
Weighing air 
See also Aerodynamics; Atmosphere 
Bacteriology 
Life in a cubic foot of air 

Air, Compressed. See Compressed air 

Air, Liquid. See Liquid air 

Air-age education. See Aeronautics and civili- 
zation 

Air conditioning 

Phantom's on the payroll 

Air defenses. See Radar defense networks; 
Semi-automatic ground environment sys- 
tem 

Air freight. See Aeronautics, Commercial 

Air navigation. See Navigation (Aeronautics) 

Air power 

Air power (26 films) 

Air travel 

Asia unlimited 

Airplanes 

Airframe parts fabrication with titanium 
Airplanes: how they fly 
Gas turbine 
See also Aeronautics; Jet propulsion 

Airplanes, Jet propelled. See Jet planes 

Airplanes, Military 
Air strike force 
Give me second station 

Airplanes In agriculture. See Aeronautics in 
agriculture 

Alaska 

Alaska Railroad 
Animals of Alaska 

See also Katmai National Monument; Val- 
ley of Ten Thousand Smokes 

Albright, William Foxwell 
Heritage VII (5 films) 

Alcohol. See Temperance 

Alcoholics. See Alcoholism 

Alcoholism 

Profile of a problem drinker 

Alexandria Bay, New York 

Alexandria Bay — playground of the Seaway 

Alfalfa 

Establishing alfalfa 

Algae 

Simple plants: algae and fungi 

Algebra 

Algebra and powers of ten 



Algeria 

Man in the blue kepi 

Men of tomorrow (Sterl-MovUSA) 

17 centuries into focus 

Their family 

Their land 

"Water crops and men 

Year of decision 

Alkalies. See Ammonia 

Alloys. See Metallurgy 

Alphabet 

Written word (15 films) 

Aluminum 

Next ten 
^ee also Bauxite 

Aluminum industry and trade 
Opening night in Hawaii 

Ambassadors. See Diplomatic and consular serv- 
ice 

America 

Organization of American states 

American architecture. See Architecture, 
American 

American Baptist Convention. See Baptists 

American Cancer Society 
Eight out of ten 

American civilization. See United State.s— 
Civilization 

American history. See United States— History 

American Indians. See Indians of North America 

American Printing House for the Blind, Louis- 
^ . ville, Kentucky 
Light upon the earth 

American Revolution. See United States— His- 
tory — Revolution 

Americanization. See United States— Immigra- 
tion .-nd emigration 

Ammonia 

Nitrogen and ammonia 

Amoeba 

Life in a cubic foot of air 

Amputees 

These tender years 

Amusements. See Play; Toys 

Anatomy. See Nervous system; Physiology 

Anderson, Marian 

Ladv from Philadelphia 

Animal husbandry. See Livestock 

Animals 

Animals of Alaska 

Animals through the winter 

Exploring the farmland 

God s wonders in baby zoo animals 

Little animals 

Lonely island 

¥r^f^,?r ?^^ .^^^ ^er baby skunks 

Wildlife in the Rockies 

Wildlife of the Rocky Mountains 

See ^ also Fresh-water animals: Geo- 
graphical distribution of animals and 
plants:. Marine animals; Nature studv; 
Zoological gardens; also classes of the ani- 
mal kingdom (e.g. Birds; Insects: Mam- 
mals) : and names of individual animals 
(e.g. Beavers: Deer; Sea-otters) 

Training 

Big cage 

See also Dogs — Training 

Animals, Aquatic. See Fresh-water animals 

Animals. Extinct. See Fossils 

Animals, Prehistoric. See Fossils 

Animals in art 

Animals m the world of art 



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Antarctic regions 

Antarctic adventure 
Frozen sea 
Great achievement 
Lonely island 

Anthropology. See Ethnology 

Antibiotics 

Science detectives 

Antidotes. See Poisons 

Antipathies. See Prejudices and antipathies 

Antiquities, Biblical. See Bible 

Ants 

Ways of the ant 

Apoplexy 

Strokes 

Apparitions 

Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima 

Apple 

Handle with care (MichStU) 

Applied science. See Technology 

Appreciation of art. See Painting 

Aquariums 

Marineland 

Aquatic sports. See Water sports 

Arbitration, Industrial. See Collective bargain- 
ing 

Arbitration, International. See United Nations 

Arboriculture. See Forests and forestry 

Archaeology, Biblical. See Bible 

Archery 

Archery instruction and safety 

Architects. See names of individual architects 

Architecture 

Walter Gropius 

Your career in architecture 

See also Roofs; Schoolhouses; Windows 

Architecture, American 
Pertaining to Chicago 

Architecture, Domestic. See Houses 

Architecture, French 
France Romane 

Architecture, Medieval. See Castles 

Architecture, Modern 

Frank Lloyd Wright 

Arctic regions 

Nautilus Arctic passage 

Argentine Republic 

Argentina (NET) 

Aristotle 

Aristotle and the scientific method 

Arithmetic 

A.b£LCVlS 

story of the number system 
Arkansas. See Little Rock. Arkansas 



Art 



Art school 

Harlem Wednesday 

Music and the Renaissance (10 films) 

Non-objective space in the world of art 

See also Animals in art; Architecture; 
Arts and crafts; Christian art and symbol- 
ism; Drawing; Engraving; Etchings; Folk 
art: Interior decoration; Modernism (Art); 
Painting; Portraits; Sculpture 

Exhibitions 

Laguna Beach story 



Art, Abstract 

Abstract and non-objective painting in the 

world of art 
James Whitney's studies in motion for film 
Painting movement and color with chalk 
Yantra study 

,See also Modernism (Art) ; Moving pic- 
tures — 'As an art form 

Art, Chinese 

Chinese village 

Art, Decorative 

Kiddie kaleidoscope 
See also Enamel and enameling; Mosaics 

Art, French 

Dandies of Constantine Guys 

Don Quixote by Gustave Dor6 

From 1900 until after World War I: Forain 

Watteau's 'fetes galantes' 

Art, Japanese 
Bun-ka 

Art, Modern. See Modernism (Art) 

Art, Municipal. See City planning 

Art exhibitions. See Art — ^Exhibitions 

Artificial satellites. See Satellites, Artificial 

Artists. See names of individual artists, archi- 
tects, engravers, illustrators, painters 

Arts and crafts 

Artists of Provence 

See also Enamel and enameling; Leather 
work; Manual training; Mosaics; Paper 
work; Pottery; Tapa; Weaving 

Asbestos 

Asbestos. . .a matter of time 

Asbestos shingles. See Shingles, Asbestos 

Asia 

Asia unlimited 

Association and associations. See Building and 
loan associations; Community life 

Astronautics. See Space flight 

Astronomy 

Reaching for the stars 
What do we see in the sky? 
Wonders above 

See also Globes; Moon; Outer space; 
Solar system; Sun 

Athletics 

Fitness for leadership 
See also Sports 

Atmosphere 

Atmosphere around us 
See also Air 

Atolls. See Coral reefs and islands 

Atomic bomb 

Atomic islands 

Atomic energy 

Atoms in agriculture 

See also Nuclear reactors 

Atomic piles. See Nuclear reactors 

Atomic power plants 
Atomic achievement 

Atoms 

Atoms and molecules (BBF) 
Atoms and molecules (NET) 

Atonement 

iSerpent of brass 

Atonement, Day of. See Yom Kippur 

Attitude (Psychology) 

How to develop your dynamic power 

Audio-visual education 

Magazines to transparencies 
Pictures teach at Penfleld 

See also Plannelgrapihs; Moving pictures 
in education 



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Audubon, John James 

Explorer with a paint brush — ^Audubon 

Australia 

Armidale. provincial city 
Australia, friend and neighbour 
Australian colour diary series 
Australian diary seri^ 
Australian food parade 
Australian reporter 
Australian War Memorial 
Christmas in Australia 
Day at the beach 
Day at the zoo (AustrlNews) 
Four ways to Milford 
Historic Hawkesbury 
Mountain spring 
•Paper run 

GPassport ifco progress 
Queensland centenary story 
Rocket range Australia 
■This land Australia 
Two boys and a boat 
Valley of the Yarra 
Wirribt wirritt 

Austria 

iLife in the Alps (Austria) 

Autliors. See names of Individual authors 

Automatic information retrieval. See Informa- 
ition storage and retrieval systems 

Automobile accidents. See Accidents — ^In traiflc 

Automobile drivers 

Driving tips (2 films) 
Missing witness 
iSmiith System 
iSpeed and reflexes 
iStory of Anyburg. U.S.A. 
Take it from a champion 
Tomorrow's drivers 

Automobile industry and trade 
Firebird III 
Five miles west 

Automobile racing 

Circle of confidence 

Automobiles 

Dust off your goggles 
See also Trucks 

Laws and regulations 
See Traffic regulations 

Service stations 
Service station 

Touring 
Carol Lane tour tips 

Aviation. See Aeronautics 

Aviation medicine 

Doctors in space (13 films) 

Awards. See Rewards (Prizes, etc.) 

Aztecs 

Heritage from Tula 



BCG 

Tache difficile 

Babies. See Infants 

Bacille Calmette-GuSrin. See BCG 

Bacteria. See Bacteriology 

Bacteriology 

Bacteria: laboratory study 

Health heroes: the battle against disease 

Nature of the enemy 

Simple plants: bacteria 

See also Air — Bacteriology; Microorgan- 
isms 

Baking 

Community bakery 
See also Bread; Cake 

Ball bearings. See Bearings (Machinery) 

Ball games. See Baseball 



Ballet 

Les sylphides 

Bands (Music) 

Purdue band at Illinois game — 1956 
Purdue band at Indiana game — 1956 
Purdue band at Northwestern game — 1956 
Purdue band at Notre Dame — 1956 
Purdue band— high school band day— 1956 

Banff, Alta 

Banff and Lake Louise (CanPac) 

Banks and banking. See Bills of exchang-s; 
Building and loan associations; Savings 
banks 

Baptists 

Golden gift 

Green Lake adventure 
Holding forth the word 
You and your church 

Barbecue cooking. See Outdoor cookery 

Baseball 

All Star Game of 1957 
Cardinal tradition 
Hail to the Braves 
Twenty years of world series thrills 
World series of 1957 
See also Softball 

Batrachia. See Toads 

Bats 

New life from old — reproduction 

Bauxite 

Lands of the good earth 

Beaches. See Seashore 

Bearings (Machinery) 

Magnificent miniatures 

Bears 

Bear country 

Beauty. See Esthetics 

Beauty, Personal. See Grooming, Personal 

Beavers 

Rodent engineer — the beaver 

Beef cattle. See Cattle 

Behavior 

Half inch of selfishness 
The troublemaker 

See also Christian life; Courtesy; luli- 
guette; Friendship: Human relations; Love; 
Loyalty; Responsibility; Snobs and snob- 
bishness; Temperance 

Belle-lettres. See Literature 

Bells 

Man in the Peace Tower 

Ben-Gurion, David 
David Ben-Gurion 

Bermuda Islands 

Bermuda treasure hunt 
This is Bermuda 

Berries. See Cranberries; Raspberries 

Bible 

Exploring God's wonders 
Heritage VII (5 films) 

Bible. Old Testament 

Exaltation from the Book of Psalms 
Red Sea 

Bible. New Testament 
This night 
See also Parables 

Bible classes. See Vacation schools, Religious 

Bibliotheque Nationale 

Toute la memoire d'un monde 

Bicycles and bicycling 
Bicycle clown 
Once up -on a bicycle 

Billboards. See Signs and signboards 



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Bills of exchange 
Careless cash 

Biography. See names of persons 

Biological chemistry. See Trace elements 

Biology , ^ , , 

Partnerships among plants and animals 

iSee also Adaptation (Biology); Cells; 
Ecology; Evolution; Fresh-water biolo^; 
Marine biology; Physiology; Reproduction 

Biology, Marine. See Marine biology 

Bird houses 

Homes for birds 

Birdbanding 

Journeys on wing 

Birds 

Amazing bird ^ 

Birds in winter (EBF) , ^^ ,^ ., 

How do you know? Bird identification 

Journeys on wing 

Lonely island 

Sea birds and sea elephants 

iSee also names of birds (e.g. Humming- 
birds: Robins; Shrike) 

Bishop, James Alonzo 
Day Christ died 

Blind 

Light upon the earth 

Blood 

Circulation of the blood 
Red river of life (2 films) 

Boat racing . , ^ 

History of the America s Cup 

Boatbuilding. See Shipbuilding 

Boats, Submarine. See Submarines 

Boats and boating 

Boating safety 

Boats: buoyancy, stability, propulsion 

Boats, motors, and people 

iSfee also Boat racing; Boats and boat- 
ing; Canoes and canoeing; Ferries; Motor - 
boats; Sailing; Ships; Submarines 

Bobwhites. See Quails 

Body, Human. See Physiology 

Bolivia 

Man of America 

Bolton, Frances Payne (Bingham) 

Africa, giant with a future 
Report on Africa (3 films) 

Bombs. See Atomic bomb 

Books 

Beginning responsibility: books and their 

care 
Written word (15 films) 
^ee also Literature 

Books and reading 
Treasure in books 

Boring 

Drill stem testing (AAODC) 

Boring (Metal, wood, etc.). See Drilling and 
boring 

Botany. See Bulbs; Flowers; Leaves: Plant 
physiology; Plants; Roots; Seeds; Trees 

Boulanger, Nadia 

Heritage XII (4 films) 

Bow and arrow. See Archery 



Boys' clubs. See 4-H clubs 

Braille, Louis 

Light upon the earth 

Brain 

See also Nervous system 

Diseases 
iSfee Apoplexy 

Braun, Wernher von 
Man and the moon 

Brazil 

Dark river (Brazil) 
Brazil (NET) 

Bread 

Community bakery 
Grandmother makes bread 

Breeding. See Livestock; Plant breeding 

Brewing Industry <• , 

Freedom loving land 

Bridges 

Spanning Lake Pontchartrain 

British Commonwealth of Nations. See Com- 
monwealth of Nations 

Brussels. World's Fair, 1958 

Miss Silhouette goes to the fair 

Buda, Joy 

Explorer with a paint brush — ^Audubon 

Budgets, Personal. See Finance, Personal 

Buffalo. University 
Frontier U 

Buffalo River, Tennessee 

Floatin' the Buffalo and the water scorpion 

Bugs. See Insects 

Building. See Architecture; Concrete construc- 
tion; Roofs; Windows 

Building and loan associations 
Harvey dilemma 

Buildings, School. See Schoolhouses 

Bulbs 

Miracle of the bulb 

Burial. See Funeral rites and ceremonies 

Burma. See Missions— Burma 

Bush. Vannevar 
Vannevar Bush 

Business 

Heritage X (4 films) 

^ee also Industrial management; Mar- 
keting: Salesmen and salesmanship; Small 
business 

Business cycles. See Depressions 

Business depressions. See Depressions 

Business education. See Secretaries. Private 

Business machines. See Calculating machines 

Butterflies 

Butterflies and moths (NET) 

Butterflies and moths (TennGame&Fish) 

Buyers' guides. See Marketing (Home eco- 
nomics) 

Byrd, Richard Evelyn 

PYozen sea 



Boy Scouts 

Banners over Valley Forge 

Jamboree 

Right way 

This is Exploring 

Boys' agricultural clubs. See Future Farmers 
of America 



Cables, Submarine 

Submarine cable systems development 

Cake 

At home with the Abraham Lincolns 
Fun with frosting 



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Calculating machines 
RAMAC 
See \also Slide rule 

Calendars 

Calendar: story of its development 

California 

Gold discoveries 
Gold rush days 

Calligraphy. See Writing 

Calmette, Albert L^on Charles 
Tache difficile 

Camping 

Mountain miracles 
Teenager 
Their little world 
See also Outdoor life 

Canada , . ^ , 

BiK country, biff fish 

Colonial family of New France 

Escape to the Rockies 

Guided tour of Seattle 

Industrial Canada 

Trans -Canada summer 

Canals 

Paradise ditch 

See ulso names of canals (e.g. Panama 
Canal) 

Cancer 

Other city 

Canoes and canoeing 

Speed, spray and spills 

Capuchins 

Cross in the sand 

Car wheels. See Wheels 

Carbon and its compounds (NET) 

Carbon compounds 
Organic chemistry 

Cardiac diseases. See Heart— Diseases 

Careers. See Occupations; Vocational guidance 

Caribbean area^ , 

Caribbean Federation 

Caricatures. See Cartoons and caricatures 

Carillons. See Bells 

Carnival _ . ^^ ^ ^ 

Mardi Gras in New Orleans 

Carpets 

Once upon a carpet 
Rhyme, reason and ruj?s 

Cartoons and caricatures^ „ ^, ^ . ^ 

"Belle epoque ' seen by Sem the cartoonist 
Granville's metamorphoses 
Let's draw a baseball player 
Let's draw a puppy 

Let's draw Uncle Sam - ,, * * 

Poulbot and the children of Montmartre 

Carving, Wood. See Wood carving 

^^"^^Iblo^C^als (EBF) 

Cascade Range 

Cascade Mountains 

Castaways. See Survival (after airplane acci- 
dents, shipwrecks, etc.) 

Castles ^ ,_ ,. .. 

Chateau country (Radiant) 

Catalina Island. See Santa Catalina Island 

Catalysis ^ ^ . ^ . ^ 

Catalysts: secret agents m chemistry 

Cataracts. See Waterfalls 

Caterpillars. See Butterflies: Moths 

Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America 
MaryknoU Brother 



Cattle 

Beef in the balance 
Four Star Farmers 
See also Pastures 

Catton, Bruce 

Heritage XI (4 films) 

Cello. See Violoncello 

Cells 

Intruder in the lifestream 
Life's building blocks 

Censorship. See Liberty of the press 

Central Europe 

Conditions in the Soviet satellites 

Ceramics. See Pottery 

Character education. See Responsibility 

Charities 

Matter of living 

See also Child welfare; Korean War, 1950- 
1953 — Civilian relief; also names of charities 

Charities, Medical 

Forsake me not 

Chateaux. See Castles 

Chemical elements 

Elements and compounds 

See also Trace elements; also names of 
elements (e.g. Carbon; Chlorine; Hydrogen) 

Chemical engineering 

Fashioning the future 
See also Metallurgy-- 

Chemical industries 

Progress report 

See also names of industries (e.g. Paper 
making and trade) ; also names of specific 
companies 

Chemical reactions 
Chemical change 
Chemical clock reactions 
Chemical reactions (NET) 

Chemistry 

Acids, bases, and salts (Coronet) 
Acids, bases and salts (NET) 
Chemical conductors of electricity 
Chemical hall of fame 
Chemistry by candlelight 
Electricity from chemicals 
Household chemistry 
I choose chemistry! 

Techniques of gravimetric analysis (2 films) 
See also Combustion; Evaporation; Fire; 
Liquid air; Pharmacy 

Chemistry, Organic. See Carbon compounds 

Chemistry, Physical and theoretical 

Solutions 

See also Atoms; Catalysis; Colloids; Crys- 
tallography; Ions; Molecules; Solubility 

Chemistry, Technical 

Industry uses chemistry 

See also Corrosion and anticorrosives; 
Synthetic products 

Chemists 

Chemical hall of fame 
See also names of chemists 

Chemotherapy. See Antibiotics 

Cherry 

Cherries 

Handle with care (MichStU) 

Chicago 

Pertaining to Chicago 

Chickens. See Poultry 

Child psychology. See Child study 

Child study 

Abby's first two years: a backward look 
Food and maternal deprivation 
Taking care of myself 

See also Adolescence; Parent and child; 
Play 



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Child welfare 

Night children 
Not asked for 
Their little world 
See also Foster home care 

Children 

Discipline during adolescence 

See also Adoption; Child study: Child 
welfare; Education, Elementary; infants; 
Play; also some titles listed under names 
of countries 

Growth 
See Growth 

Children's clothing. See Clothing and dress 

Children's reading. See Reading 

Chimes. See Bells 

China 

Red China and the free world 

Chinese art. See Art. Chinese 

Chinese painting. See Painting. Chinese 

Chiropractic 

Chiropractic etory 

Chlorine 

Chlorine: a representative halogen 

Choirs (Music) 

Heart that sings 

Choreography. See Ballet; Dancing 

Christ. See Jesus Christ 

Christian art and symbolism 

Madonna in the world of art 

Christian life 
Greater guilt 
Heart is a rebel 

See also Faith; Spiritual life; Steward- 
ship. Christian 

Christian Science Monitor 
Assignment: mankind 

Christian stewardship. See Stewardship, Chris- 
tian 

Christianity 

Heritage VIII (5 films) 
See also Missions 

Christmas 

Christmas in Australia , , ^ ,.„««. , 

Christmas on grandfather's farm (1890 s) 
G(>d's Christmas gift 
See also Jesus Christ 

Church bells. See Bells 

Church finance. See Stewardship. Christian 

Church music 

Music and the Renaissance (10 films) 
See also Choirs (Music); Oratorio 

Church work. See Evangelistic work; Missions 

Church World Service 

L#ong stride 

Cigars 

Tobacco for cigars 

Cinema. See Moving pictures 

Circulation of the blood. See Blood 

Circus. See Animals — Training 

Cities and towns 

City is a playground 

See also City planning; also names of 
Individual cities and towns 

Citizenship 

What about school spirit 

Citrus fruit ^ , , , 

Citrus contributions to fresh for health 



City planning 

City in trouble 

Pride 

Town planning 

Civil engineering. See Bridges; Dams; Water 
supply 

Civil rights 

Date with liberty 
See also Liberty of the press 

Civil service 

Light on democracy 

Civil War 

United States 

See United States— History— Civil War 

Civilization. See Art; Ethnology; Religions; 
United States— Civilization 

Civilization, Greek 

Ancient Paestum; city of the Greeks and 
Romans 

Civilization, Modern. See Renaissance 

Civilization, Oriental 

Ancient Orient: the Far East 

Civilization, Roman 

Ancient Paestum: city of the Greeks and 
Romans 

Civilization and science. See Science and civil- 
iziation 

Claudel, Paul 

Introduction to Dutch painting by Paul 
Claudel 

Clay modeling. See Modeling 

Cleaning 

Floor show (2 films) 
^ee also Soap 

Cleanliness. See Hygiene; Sanitation 

Climate 

Climate and the world we live in 

Clothing and dress 

Corduroy steps out 
Cut of your jib 
Day at the zoo (NatCotton) 
New Orleans holiday 
Smart set 
See also Fashion; Hosiery 

Coast Guard. See United States— Coast Guard 

Coconut. See Copra 

Coinage. See Money 

Collective bargaining 

Prosperity for all 

College sports. See Football 

Colleges and universities 
Texas college travelogue 
^ See also names of Individual institutions 
(e.g. Buffalo. University; Hebrew Univer- 
sity; Purdue University) 

Colloids 

Colloidal state 

Colombia 

Vamos a Colombia 

Color 

Color magic 

Color printing. See Silk screen printing 

Color prints 

Watercolor and printers ink 

Colorado 

Colorado cares 

Colorado River 

Taming a new frontier 

Combustion 
Combustion 

Combustion and combustion products 
See also Fire 



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Comedy 

Sense of humor 

Commager, Henry Steele 
Heritage V (5 films) 

Commerce . ,, . 

[Marketing in Mexico 
Yankee trader abroad 
\8ee also Business 

Commercial aeronautics. See Aeronautics, 
Commercial 

Commercial products. See Forest products 

Commonwealth of Nations . fl,^„% 

Commonwealth of Nations series (13 films) 

Communication . , , _ ij 

Communication in the modern world 
Ideas and film ^ , „ 

Is there communication when you speak? 
More than words 

See also Books and reading; Canals; Lan- 
guage and languages; Postal service; Trans- 
portation; Writing 

Communism ^ . ,_ 

What does the word communism mean to 

Russia 
Conditions in the Soviet satellites 

Community life 

Helpers in our community 
Not left to chance 
See also Cities and towns 

Competitions. See Rewards (Prizes, etc.) 

Complexion. See Grooming, Personal 

Composers. See names of individual composers 

Compressed air , , 

Overworked and underpowered 

Concrete construction 

Building with prestressed concrete 

Conduct of life. See Behavior 

Congregationalism. See Friends, Society of 

Conares, ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ 

See United States— Congress 

Conservation of energy. See Force and energy 

Conservation of forests. See Forests and for- 
estry 

Conservation of natural resources. See Natural 
resources 

Conservation of the soil. See Soil conservation 

Conservation of wildlife. See Wildlife conserva- 
tion 

Constellations. See Astronomy 

Constitutional law. See Civil rights 

Construction. See Architecture 

Construction, Concrete. See Concrete construc- 
tion 

Construction of roads. See Roads 

Consulates. See Diplomatic and consular serv- 
ice 

Consumer education. See Marketing (Home 
economics) 

Cook Islands 

Children of Aitutaki 

Cookery 

Festive frying 

Fifteen minutes to mealtime 

Send off 

See also Baking; Bread; Cake; Desserts; 
Outdoor cookery 

Cooperation. See Building and loan associations; 
Labor unions 



Cooperation, International. See International 
cooperation 

Cooperative societies 

As consumers we're owners 

Copra 

On the island of Taveuni 

Copying process. See Mimeograph 

Coral reefs and Islands 
Coral jungle 

Recent carbonate deposits in the Florida 
keys 
Corn 

Better com production 

Highlights of the national corn picking 

contest 
Secrets of seed growth 

Corot, Jean Baptiste Camllle 

Young girl's dream by Corot 

Correspondence schools and courses 
Letter to the teacher 

Corrosion and antlcorroslves 
Marine corrosion 
Oil and gas well corrosion 

Cosmetics 

Making the most of your face 
See also Perfumes 

Cost and standard of living. See Wages 

Costume. See Fashion 

Cotton manufacture and trade 
High fashion in Venice 

Counseling. See Vocational guidance 

Court life. See Courts and courtiers 

Courtesy 

O'Mara's chain miracle 
Young living 

See also Behavior; Etiquette 

Courts. See Traffic courts 

Courts and courtiers 

Music and the Renaissance (10 films) 

Cows 

Dairy show time 
See also Dairying 

Crabs 

Harvests from the sea 

Crafts. See Arts and crafts 

Cranberries 
Cranberries 

Crayon drawing. See Pastel drawing 

Credit. See Bills of exchange 

Crime and criminals 

Criminal man (20 films) 

^ee also Rehabilitation of criminals; 
United States— Federal Bureau of Investi- 
gation 

Criminal psychology 

Criminal man (20 films) 

Criminals. See Crime and criminals 

Criminals, Rehabilitation of. See Rehabilitation 
of criminals 

Criminology. See Crime and criminals 

Crop dusting. See Aeronautics in agriculture 

Crops. See Farm produce 

Cross-examination. See Witnesses 

Cruising. See Sailing 

Crystallography 

Crystals — an introduction 
Crystals and glass 
Crystals — ^jewels of time 

Currency. See Money 



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Customs, Social. See United States — Social life 
and customs 

Cytology. See Cells 



Dairying 

Dairy herd improvement 
Four Star Farmers 
Greatest milkingr hand 
See also Cows 

Dams 

Taming a new frontier 
Water, lifeblood of the West 

Dancers. See names of individual dancers 

Dancing 

Dance composition 
Dance your own way 
Let's dance (Coronet) 
Ruth St Denis and Ted Shawn 
&ee also Ballet 

Foll< and national dances 
See Square dancing 

Darwin, Charles 

Voyage of The Beagle — Charles Darwin 
Why do things differ? 

Data storage and retrieval system. See In- 
formation storage and retrieval systems 

Dating etiquette 

High school prom 

Da Vinci, Leonardo. See Leonardo da Vinci 

Day of Atonement (Jewish holiday). See Yom 
Kippur 

Deafness. See Hearing 

Dean, Vera Micheles 

India at the crossroads 

Debucourt, Philibert Louis 
Incredibles of Debucourt 

Decision-making 

Choosing a leader 
Making a decision 

Decoration, interior. See Interior decoration 

Decoration and ornament. See Enamel and 
enameling; Mosaics; Sculpture 

Decorative art. See Art, Decorative; Arts and 
crafts; Interior decoration 

Deep-sea diving. See Diving, Submarine 

Deer 

Deer in Tennessee 

Mother deer and her twins 

Spotty the fawn in winter 

Defense, Radar. See Radar defense networks 

Degas, Hilaire Germain Edgar 
Drawings by Degas 

Delinquents. See Crime and criminals 

Democracy. See Liberty 

Depressions 

Bank holiday crisis of 1933 

Deserts 

Israel's living desert 

Design, Decorative. See Art. Decorative 

Desserts 

House that love built 

Detectives. See United States — Federal Bureau 
of Investigation 



Detergents. See Soap 

De Valera, Eamonn 
Eamon De Valera 



Diet 



Expecting — diet In pregnancy 
View from the mountain 
See also Food 



Dietetics. See Diet 

Digestion. See Food 

Dinners and dining. See Cookery 

Diplomatic and consular service 
Training of a diplomat 

Diplomats. See Diplomatic and consular serv- 
ice 

Discipline of children. See Children 

Discoveries (in geography). See Antarctic re- 
gions; Arctic regions 

Discoveries (in science). See Science 

Discrimination. See Segregation in education 

Diseases. See names of diseases (e.g. Apoplexy: 
Heart — Diseases; Multiple sclerosis) 

Displaced persons. See Refugees, Political 

Disposal of refuse. See Refuse and refuse dis- 
posal 

Distribution (Economics). See Marketing 

Distributive education 

Story of distributive education 

Diving. See Skin diving 

Diving, Submarine 

Man beneath the sea 

Dogs 

Training 
Roy. sheep dog of the Scottish Highlands 

DohnSnyi, Erno von 
Heritage VI (4 films) 

Domestic animals. See Cattle; Cows; Livestock; 
Poultry; Sheep 

Domestic relations. See Family; Parent and 
child 

Domestic science. See Home economics 

Doodlebugs 

Doodlebug and the raccoon 

Dor6, Gustave 

Don Quixote by Gustave Dor6 

Visit to London in 1860 with Gustave Dore 

Drafting, Mechanical. See Mechanical drawing 

Drama 

Doctor's dilemma 

See also Opera; Pantomimes; Theater; 
Tragedy 

Dramatists. See names of individual dramatists 

Drawing 

Painting movement and color with chalk 
Sketching in the world of art 
Tracing with ink 

See also Etchings; Mechanical drawing; 
Pastel drawing; Pencil drawing 

Drawings. See Pastels 

Drawings, French 

Drawings by Degas 
Drawings by Fragonard 

Drill (nonmilitary) 

Purdue band at Illinois game — ^1956 
Purdue band at Indiana game — 1956 
Pui'due band at Northwestern game — 1956 
Purdue band at Notre Dame — 1956 
Purdue band— high school band day— 1956 

Drilling and boring 

Drill press — basic holding techniques 

Drilling and boring (Earth and rocks). See 
Bonng 

Drivers, Automobile. See Automobile drivers 

Drugs. See Narcotics; Tranquilizing drugs 



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Orunkeness. See Temperance 

Dubinsky, David 

Anniversary (ILGWU) 

Duchamp, Marcel 
Marcel Duchamp 

Dutch painting. See Painting, Dutch 

Dutch paintings. See Paintingrs, Dutch 

Dynamics. See Aerodynamics : Force and ener- 
gy; Kinematics; Matter; Physics 



Ear 

Echoes and ears 
You and your ears 
See also Hearing 

Earth. See Atmosphere; Geophysics; Globes 

Earth satellites. See Satellites, Artificial 

Earthquakes. See Volcanoes 

East. See Near East 

East (Far East) 

Across the Pacific , „ „ ^ 
Ancient Orient: the Far East 

Ecology 

Changing forest 

Let's build a mountain 

School under the trees 

Economic conditions .^,,.^ ,„^ „, 

Science and human responsibility (22 films) 
See ulso United States — Economic con- 
ditions 

Economics. See Agriculture — Economic as- 
pects; Commerce; Depressions; Labor and 
laboring classes: Wages 

Editors and editing. See Journalism 

Education 

American influence in my country 
Education for what? ^ ,„ ^, 

Education here and abroad (2 films) 
Education in America series (3 films) 
Education: what's wrong with American 

high schools 
Heritage X (4 films) , . ,. 

Satellites, schools, and survival! 
Science and human responsibility (22 films) 
jSfee nlso Audio visual education; Books 
and reading; Colleges and universities; 
Correspondence schools and courses; 
Physical education and training; Teach- 
ers; Technical education 

Education, Distributive. See Distributive edu- 
cation 

Education. Elementary 
Dance your own way 

Education, Intercultural. See Intercultural edu- 
cation 

Education, International. See International 
education 

Education, Scientific. See Science 

Education, Secondary 

Characteristics of a core program 
See \also High schools 

Education, Segregation. See Segregation in 
education 

Educational administration. See School ad- 
ministration and organization 

Educational films. See Moving pictures in edu- 
cation 

Educational psychology. See Child study 

Educational tests and measurements 

Evaluating physical abilities 

Eels, Electric. See Electric eels 

Efficiency, Industrial. See Motion study; Time 
study 



Eggs 

Marketing quality eggs 

Electric alarms 

When every minute counts 

Electric apparatus and appliances 

Wired for the future 

See also Eleotric alarms; Household ap- 
pliances. Electric; Spark plugs 

Electric eels 

Experience with an eel 

Electric engineering. See Telephone 

Electric power plants. See Atomic power plants 

Electric transformers 

Power for Plum Street 

Electric wiring 

Family affair (Westing) 

Safe farm wiring — the key to efficient power 



Electricity 

Chemical conductors of electricity 
Electricity all about us (exploring science) 
Electricity from chemicals 
See also Lightning 

Electrochemistry 

Marine corrosion 

Electronic computers. See Information storage 
and retrieval systems 

Electronics 

Your career as an electronics technician 
Your career in electronics 

Electrons. See Ions 

Elementary education. See Education, Elemen- 
(tary 

Elephants 

Elephant baby 

El Greco. See Greco, El 

Elizabeth, consort of George VI, King of Great 
Britain 
Welcome Your Majesty 

Embassies. See Diplomatic and consular serv- 
ice 

Embryology. See Reproduction 

Emotions. See Attitude (Psychology); Preju- 
dices and antipathies 

Employment. See Labor and laboring classes 

Employment management. See Personnel man- 
agement 

Enamel and enameling 
Enameling art 

Energy. See Force and energy 

Engineering. See Aeronautics 

Engines 

Engines and how they work 
See also Fuel 

England 

Lake District 
jSfee also Stratford-upon-Avon 

English language 

Grammar: verbs and ways we use them 
Making sense with outlines 
Word building in our language 

Engravers. See names of individual engravers 

Engraving 

Print with a brayer 

Engravings 

Follies of the town 
Hogarth the satirist 
Labyrinth of Piranesi 

Porter novel by Henri Monnier _ 

Visit to London in 1860 with Gustave Dord : 
^ee also Color prints; Etchings 

Entomology. See Inseota 



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Environment. See Adaptation (Biology) 

Equestrianism. See Horsemanship 

Erosion. See Soil conservation 

Eruptions. See Volcanoes 

Essences and essential oils. See Perfumes 

Esther, Feast of. See Purim (Feas-t of Esther) 

Esthetics 

Heritage VIII (4 films) 

See also Art; Color; Painting; Poetry; 
Sculpture 

Etchings 

Rembrandt, master of the night 

Ethics. See Friendship; Good and evil 

Ethnology 

People are taught to be different (12 films) 

Etiquette 

Are you popular? 
Manners in public 

See also Courtesy; Dating etiquette; 
Table etiquette 



Europe 



uropean community and Germany 
How war came to Europe 
In Europe with you 



Europe, Central. See Central Europe 

European War, 1914-1918 

From Sarajevo to Versailles (the First 
World War) 

European War, 1939-1945. See World War, 
1939-1945 

Evangelistic work 
Eastward to Asia 

Evaporation 

Evaporation and humidity 

Evolution 

Voyage of The Beagle — Charles Darwin 
Why do things differ? 

Exchange. See Commerce 

Exchange, Bills of. See Bills of exchange 

Executive departments. See United States — 
Executive departments 

Exercise. See Physical education and training 

Exhibitions. See Art — Exhibitions; Brussels. 
World's Fair. 1958 

Expeditions, Antarctic and Arctic. See Arctic 
regions; Antarctic regions 

Expeditions, Scientific. See Scientific expedi- 
tions 

Experimental films. See Moving pictures — As an 
art form 

Experiments, Scientific. See Science 

Exports. See Commerce 

Ex-service men. See Veterans 

Extermination of rats. See Rats — Extermina- 
tion 



Eye 

Vision makers 
See also Lacrimal organs; Vision 

Eye-glasses. See Spectacles 



Fairs. See Brussels. World's Fair. 1958 

Faith 

Festival of faith 
Shadow of tomorrow 
Tumbleweed man 

Faithfulness. See Loyalty 

Family 

Allen is my brother 
Making a decision 

Our family works together (Churchill) 
Our family works together (Coronet) 
See also Fathers: Parent and child 

Far East. See East (Far East) 

Faraday, IVIichael 

Chemistry by candlelight 

Farm machinery. See Agricultural machinery 

Farm management 

Pencil and the plow 

Farm produce 

Root and square root 
Wrap it up 

See also Agriculture — Economic aspects: 
also names of farm products (e.g. Hay) 

Farming. See Agriculture 

Fashion 

California shows Paris 
Career girl fashions 
Day and date fashions 
High fashion in Venice 
Maid in Bermuda 
See also Clothing and dress 

Fasts and feasts 

See also Christmas 

Judaism 

See names of individual fasts and feasts 
(e.g. Hanukkah: Yom Kippur) 

Fathers 

What do fathers do? 

Fatigue. See Rest periods 

Feast of Esther. See Purim (Feast of Esther) 

Feast of Lights. See Hanukkah 

Feast of Tabernacles. See Sukketh 

Feast of Weeks. See Shavu'oth (Feast of 
Weeks) 

Federal Bureau of Investigation. See United 
States — Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Feeding and feeding stuffs 
Thought for food 
See also Forage plants 

Feet. See Foot 

Ferries 

Ferryboat 

Fertilizers and manures 
Big difference (IntMin) 

Fibers 

Facts about fabrics 
Fibers and civilization 
See also Paper 

Figure painting. See Portrait painting 

Fiji Islands 

On the island of Taveuni 

Filling stations. See Automobiles — Service sta- 
tions 



FBI. See United States — Federal Bureau of 
Investigation 

Factories 

Phantom's on the payroll 

Factory management. See Motion study 



Film. See Moving picture film 

Films. See Moving pictures 

Finance. See Income tax; Inflation (Finance) 

Finance. Personal 
Spendin-? money 



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Fine arts. See Art 

'''"¥rnKr"paintinff of Wu Tsai Yen 

FInkelstein, Louis 

Dr Louis Finkelstem 

Fire and flame 
Wirritt wirritt 

See also Combustion 

Fire deparfments 

Day with fireman Bill 

Firemen ,_, ^ _,,„ 

Day with fireman Bill 

Fires. See Forest fires 

Fish as food. See Sea food 

Fisheries 

Fin round-up „v,«„o 

Iron men and wooden ships 

Managers of the sea „^^^, ^ 

Shellflshinff in the Chesapeake 

Tuna clipper . ,„„^.„, 

Virginia's fishing industry 
See also Whaling 
Fishes. See Aquariums; fisheries: Sea food; 

€ilso names of fishes (e.g. Acara, fonarKs, 

Tuna fish) 

Fishing ^ t,. « v. 

Big country, big fish 
Passport to T)leasure 
Playground by the sea 
Tacklebusters ^ ^, 

See also Spear fishing; Trout fishing 

Fishing industries. See Fisheries 

"^'^"FlannlF^boards and how to use them 
Flemish paintings. See Paintings, Flemish 

'^Cattle warble flies 
House fly 

'^Airplanes: how they fly 
See also Aeronautics 

^'°^Bo"ats:°'bSSyancy. stability, propulsion 

Floor show (2 films) 

Florida . , , ^, , 

Florida's highsppt 

Guided tour of Tampa. Florida 

fe^ce^t°"ci%'??ate deposits in the Florida 
keys 
See nlso names of places in Florida 

Flour and flour mills 
Miller grinds wheat 

Flower gardening. See Bulbs: House plants; 
Plant breeding 

Flowers , „ 

Growth of flowers 
See nlso Plants; also names of flowers 

Flying. See Flight 

Fodder. See Feeding and feeding stuffs 

Foliage. See Leaves 

Glory of Pratisthan 

Folk psychology. See Race psychology 

Food 

Fine food. Kood wine 
Hold that line (MichStU) 
Wise food buying 

See nlso Bread; Cookery; Diet; Farm 
produce; Nutrition; Sea food; Vitamins 

Food supply. See Meat industry and trade 



Foot 

Healthy feet 
On your feet 

Football 

Best of pro-football 1957 

Football parade of 1957 

Football's world championship 

Green Bay Packers pigskin parade 

1957 All -Star— New York Giants Football 

Game 
1957 Chicago Bear highlights 
Springbok victory 

Forage plants 

Forage planning for profit 
Greener hills for southern Indiana 
See nlso Alfalfa; Corn; Hay; Pastures 

Forain, Jean Louis 

From 1900 until after World War I: Forain 

i 
Force and energy 
Inclined plane 
Kinetic energy 

Laws of conservation of energy and mat- 
ter 

Forecasting, Weather. See Weather forecast- 
ing 

Foreign missions. See Missions 

Foreign population. See United States — ^Im- 
migration and emigration 

Foreign relations. See International relations; 
United States — Foreign relations 

Foreign trade. See Commerce 

Forest fires 

Fire lookout 

Forest products 

Treasures of the forest 
See also Wood pulp 

Forestry. See Forests and forestry 

Forests and forestry 

Changing forest 
Farm boys forestry camp 
University forest lands 
Your career in forestry 

iSee \also Lumber and lumbering; Rain 
forests 

Forgiveness of sin 

Seventy times seven 
Turn the other cheek 

Fort Lauderdale, Florida , , , 

Let yourself go to Fort Lauderdale 

Fossils 

Age of dinosaurs 

Before backbones — the story of the early 

invertebrates 
Dinosaur age 

Foster home care 
Frightened child 

4-H clubs 

Fly control — a 4-H demonstration 
Let's plan a 4-H tour 

Fragonard, Jean Honore 
Drawings by Fragonard 

France 

Artists of Provence 
Bastille Day in Paris 
Chateau country (Radiant) 
Diversity of France 
Fine food, good wine 
Incredibles of Debucourt 
Invitation to France 
Motoring mood 
iNeiges 
See also Paris, France; Riviera 

Franciscans. See Capuchins 

Freedom. See Liberty 

Freedom of the press. See Liberty of the press 

Freight and freightage. See Aeronautics. Com- 
mercial 



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French and Indian War. See United States-- 
(History — French and Indian War. 1755-1763 

French architecture. See Architecture, French 

French art. See Art, French 

French drawings. See Drawings, French 

French language films 
France Romane 
iNaissance d'un pebrolier 

French sculpture. See Sculpture. French 

Fresh-water animals 

Life in a pond (NET) 
tSee also Beavers; Planliton 

Fresh-water biology 

iMicroscopic life: the world of the invasible 

Friction 

Friction (2 films) 
Moving things on land 
See also Bearings (Machinery) 

Friends, Society of , , _ 

William Penn and the Quakers (the Penn- 
sylvania colony) 

Friendship 

First impressions 

Frito Company 

L.and of new frontiers 

Frogs. See Toads 

Frontier and pioneer life 

Colonial family of New France 
\See also Overland journeys to the Pacific 

Frost, Robert 

Heritage I (9 films) 
Robert Frost 

Fruit. See Apple; Cherry; Citrus fruit; Pine- 
apple 

Fuel 

Fuels — ^their nature and use 

Fund raising 

House to house 
Neighbor to neighbor 

Funeral rites and ceremonies 

Lifting shadows 

Fungi 

Life in a cubic foot of air 
Simple plants: algae and fungi 

Future Farmers of America 
Here and there with FFA 

Future life 

Gates of glory 



Galapagos Islands 

Journey to the Galapagos 

Galilei, Galileo 

Galileo 



Game and game birds. See Hunting; _aZso 
names 
Quails) 



J' 



animals and birds (e.g. Deer; 



Games. See Play; Sports; Tennis 

Gar 

Fighting gar fish 

Garbage. See Refuse and refuse disposal 

Garden pests. See Agricultural pests 

Gardening. See Bulbs; Plants; Vegetable gar- 
dening 

Gas, Natural 

King Neptune's oil fields 

(Natural gas for Appalachian markets 

Story of the florissant dome 

Gas and oil engines. See Spark plugs 



Gas appliances 

Kitchen series #2 (6 films) 

Gas equipment and apparatus. See Gas appli- 
ances 

Gas turbines 

Gas turbine 

Gas wells. See Gas, Natural 

Gases 

Laws of gases 
iSee also Nitrogen 

General Mills, Inc. 

Fact farm. U.S.A. 

Geographical distribution of animals and plants 

Let's build a mountain 

See also Fresh-water animals 

Geography. See Globes 

Geology. See Coral reefs and islands; Fossils; 
Mineralogy; Ore deposits; Rocks; Volcanoes 

Geology, Economic. See Asbestos; Gas, Natural 

Geometry. See Trigonometry 

Geophysical Year. See International Geophysi- 
cal Year, 1957-1958 

Geophysics 

Treasures of the earth 

Georgia. See Okefenokee Swamp 

Gerard, Jean Ignace Isidore. See Grandvilie 
(Jean Ignace Isidore G6rard) 

German language 

Hamburg die Hansenstadt 

Germany 

European community and Germany 
Five miles west 

Germany: a family of the industrial Ruhr 
Germany: feudal states to unification 
Rise and fall of Adolph Hitler (2 films) 

Gift wrapping 

Tie tie go-round 

Gifts. See Gift wrapping 

Girl Scouts 

Ship's belles at Mystic 
To be a leader 
"Wider world 
You and your home 

Girls' clubs. See 4-H clubs; Girl Scouts 

Glacier National Park 

Glacier National Park in Montana 
Glacier Park studies 

Glass 

Crystals and glass 

Globes 

Our world 

God 

Jewels from heaven 
Red Sea 
Wonders above 

Gogh, Vincent van 

Suicide of society: Van Gogh 

Gold mines and mining 
Gold and gold mining 
^ee also Prospecting 

Gold rush. See California — Gold discoveries; 
iKlondike gold fields 

Golden, Clinton Strong 
Heritage IH (4 films) 



Golf 



First world amateur team championship 

for Elsenhower Trophy 
Great moments in golf 
19157 Miller High Life Open 
On the green 
Play them as they lie 
St Andrews, cradle of golf 
Sixth International Championship and 

Canada Cup Matches 



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Good and evil 

Heritage VIII (4 films) 

Goursat, Georges Marie ^ ^, i. • <. 

''Belle epoque" seen by Sem the cartoonist 

Graham, Biliy. See Graham. William Franklin 

Graham, Mentor 

Story of two men 

Graham, William Franklin 
Eastward to Asia 

Grain. See Corn 

Grammar. See Language and languages; also 
Tiames of languages (e.g. English language) 

Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming 

West to the Tetons 

Grandville (Jean Ignace Isidore G6rard) 

Grandville's metamorphoses 

Graphic arts. See Printing 

Grasses. See Hay; Meadows; Pastures; Quack 
grass 

Great Britain . 

Wings to Bntam 

uSee also Commonwealth of Nations; Eng- 
land; Ireland; Scotland 

Great Smoky Mountains National Park 
Hiking the Appalachian Trail 

Greco, El (Domlnico Theotocopuli) 
El Greco: the secret of Toledo 

Life in ancient Greece (2 films) 

Greece, Modern 

Dream of Greece 

Greece: the land and the people 

Greek civilization. See Civilization, Greek 

Grinding wheels , ,, . ,. xi 

Grinding wheels and their application 

Grist mills. See Flour and flour mills 

Grooming, Personal 

Making the most of your face 
jgee also Skin 

Gropius, Walter, 

Walter Gropius 

Growth , ^ , V 

Growing up (preadolescence) 
Growing up day by day 
See also Growth (Plants) 

Growth (Plants) 

Growth of flowers 

How plants grow (2 films) . 

Rhythmic motions of growing plants 

Guatemala ,^,„^^ 

Guatemala (NET) 

Guida, Salvatore 

Mask (Brandon) 

Guided missiles 

Destinations of tomorrow 

Gulf Stream 

Gulf Stream 

Gunning. See Hunting 

Guys, Constantin ^ 

Dandies of Constantine Guys 



Hadassah Medical Organization 

Hannah means grace 

Hadassah, The Women's Zionist Organization 
of America 
Rachel shall be thy name 



Hair 



Making the most of your face 



Hamburg, Germany 

Hamburg die Hansenstadt 

Hamlet 

Yesterday's actors 

Handel, Georg Friedrich 
Great Mr Handel 
Handel and his music 

Handicapped. See Physically handicapped 

Handicraft. See Arts and crafts; Leather work; 
Manual training; Paper work; Weaving 

Hanukkah 

Time for valor 

Hardware. See Nails and spikes 

Hares. See Rabbits 

Harpsichord 

Wanda Landowska 

Hay 

Hay-in-a-day 

See also Alfalfa 

Health. See Hygiene 

Health, Public. See Public health 

Hearing 

Joy of listening 
See also Ear 

Heart 

Doctor examines your heart 
Problem in diagnosis 
Red river of life (2 films) 
See also Blood 

Diseases 
Back on the job 
Help for young hearts 
Mr Pump takes heart 

Heat. See Combustion; Liquid air 

Heating. See Fuel 

Hebrew language films 
Israel newsreels 

Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Re- 
ligion 
American morning 

Hebrew University ^ , ^^ ^ ^^ , 

Citadel, the story of the Hebrew Univer- 
sity 

Hens. See Poultry 

Herzl, Theodor 

From dream to reality (the history of Israel) 

High schools . , . 

Education: what's wrong with American 

high schools 
What's wrong with American high schools? 
See also Education, Secondary 

High-speed aerodynamics. See Aerodynamics, 
Supersonic 

Highway patrols. See Police 

Highways. See Roads 

Hiking. See Walking 

Historians. See names of individual historians 

History. See names of countries, states, etc. 

History, Modern. See European War, 1914-1918; 
Renaissance 

Hitler, Adolph 

Rise and fall of Adolph Hitler (2 films) 

Hogarth, William 

Follies of the town 
Hogarth the satirist 

Home decoration. See Interior decoration 



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Home economics 

Homemaker's quiz 
Plan for pleasant living 

See nlso Interior decoration; Marketing 
(Home economics) 

Home study courses. See Correspondence 
schools and courses 

Homes for the aged. See Old age homes 

Hon, Will 

Facts on snakes 

Hong Kong 

Gateway to the Orient — Hong Kong 

Hoover, Herbert Clark 
Herbert Hoover 

Horsemanship 

Horse in the limelight 

Hosiery 

Just a hint of a tint 

Hospitals 

For the love of life 
Going to hospital with mother 
See also Nurses and nursing 

Hotels, taverns, etc. 
Hotel is born 
Your career in hotel management 

Hours of labor. See Rest periods 

House decoration. See Interior decoration 

House flies. See Flies 

House plants 

Save that plant 

Household appliances, Electric 
Miracle kitchen 

Housekeeping. See Home economics 

Houses 

Built for living 

Design for building wisely 

What is a house? 

Houston, Samuel 

Sam Houston loved this house 

Houston, Texas 

Inland city of the sea 

Human body. See Physiology 
Human milk. See Milk, Human 

Human relations 

Chassidic tale 
Understanding others 

See also Behavior; Family; Intercultural 
education; Personnel management; Preju- 
dices and antipathies 

Human rights. See Civil rights 

Humanism. See Renaissance 

Humanities. See Literature 

Humidity 

Evaporation and humidity 

Hummingbirds 

Let's take a walk to where the humming- 
birds live 

Humor. See Wit and humor 

Hunting 

Deer in Tennessee 
Red letter days 
Sights on Africa 
Tree -top targets 

Hybridization. See Plant breeding 

Hydraulic engineering. See Dams; Irrigation 

Hydrogen 
Hydrogen 

Hydrogen bomb. See Atomic bomb 

Hydrography. See Sounding and soundings 



Hydrostatics 

Density 
See also Floating bodies 

Hygiene 

Health heroes: the battle against disease 
Healthy families 
Let's be clean and neat 
See also Physiology; Sanitation 



ILGWU. See International Ladies' Garment 
Workers' Union 

Icebergs 

Iceberg patrol (Guild) 

Iceland 

Iceland, Capri of the North 

Illumination. See Lighting 

Illustrators. See Vierge, Daniel Urrabieta 

Immigration and emigration 

Passport to progress 

See also United States — Immigration and 
emigration 

Immortality. See Future life 

Imports. See Commerce 

income tax 

Heritage X (4 films) 

Assignment India (EBF) 
India at the crossroads 
India: the land and the people 
Jawaharlal Nehru 

Indians of Mexico 

Zopatecan village 
See also Aztecs; Mayas 

Indians of North America 

American Indians before European settle- 
ment 
Hupa Indian white deerskin dance 
Woodland Indians of early America 

See also United States — History — French 
and Indian War. 1755-1763 

Indians of South America 

Forgotten Indians 

Indonesia 

Indonesia — new nation of Asia 

Industrial accidents. See Accident prevention 
— In industry 

Industrial arts. See Technology 

Industrial arts education. See Manual training; 
Technical education 

Industrial buildings. See Factories 

Industrial chemistry. See Chemistry, Technical 

Industrial management 

Alfred P. Sloan, Jr. 
Growing places 

Industrial relations. See Collective bargaining; 
Personnel management; Strikes and lock- 
outs 

Industrial safety. See Accident prevention— In 
industry 

Industries. See names of industries (e.g. Steel 
industry and trade) ; names of manufac- 
turers; names of products; also some titles 
listed under names of specific countries, 
cities, etc. 

Industries, Chemical. See Chemical industries 

Industry. See Industrial management 

Infants ^ , , , , 

Abby's first two years: a backward look 

Inflation (Finance) , ,^ 

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Information storage and retrieval systems 

MetaJs information center of tomorrow 

Inland navigation. See Canals 
Insecticides. See Spraying 

Insects 

Insect foods 
Six-legged class 
Winter woods 

iSee also names of insects, (e.g'. Butter- 
flies; Praying mantis; Water scorpions) 

Insects, Injurious and beneficial 

Battle lines 
See also Agricultural pests 

Insects as carriers of disease. See Flies 

Instruction. See Teaching 

Instrumental music. See Bands (Music); Piano 
music 

Instruments, Measuring. See Measuring in- 
struments 

Insurance 

My Florida land 

Integration In education. See Segregation in 
education 

Intellect. See Senses and sensation 

Intercultural education 

American influence in my country 

Are teenagers universally misunderstood? 

Conquest of prejudice 

Roots of prejudice (6 films) 

Summary of three months in the United 

States (1958) 
Summary: the world we want 
What does the word "American" mean to 

you? 
What is America famous for? 
Would you rather be an American? 
See also International education 

Interior decoration 

Award winning ideas for your home 
Decorating made easy 
New- look rooms 
Room is four walls 

Internal revenue. See Income tax 

International cooperation 

Idea for Washington and Moscow 
Mackinac, island of Renaissance 
See also United Nations 

International education 

Co-existance 
See also Intercultural education 

International Geophysical Year, 1957-1958 
Great achievement 

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union 
Anniversary (ILGWU) 

International Minerals and Chemical Corpora- 
tion 
Out of the earth (IntMin) 

International relations 

Military diplomacy 
Role of labor in world affairs 
Science and human responsibility (22 films) 
See also Diplomatic and consular service; 
Nationalism; Refugees. Political; United 
States — Foreign relations 

International trade. See Commerce 

Interpersonal relations. See Human relations 

Interplanetary voyages. See Space flight 

Ions 

Ionization 

Iowa 

Iowa's expanding economy 

Ireland 

Eamon De Valera 



Iron Industry and trade. See Steel Industry 
and trade 

Irrigation 

Portable irrigation 
See also Dams 

Islands. See Coral reefs and islands: also names 
of islands and groups of islands, (e.g. Fiji 
Islands; Oceania; Virgin Islands) 

Israel 

David Ben-Gurion 

Drew Pearson reports on the Holy Land 
Forsake me not 
Fortune seeker 
From dream to reality 

From dream to reality (the history of Is- 
rael) 
Green horizons 
Hannah means grace 
Israel in the family of nations 
Israel my country 

Israel newsreels , • 

Israel's living desert 
It is good to be alive 
Rachel shall be thy name 
Religion in Israel 
Road to tomorrow 
Science in Israel 
Three girls 

War and peace (Unitedlsr) 
ZOA in Israel 

Italian language films 
Forza del destino 

Italian paintings. See Paintings, Italian 

Italy 

Boy of Renaissance Italy 
Tuscan countryside 
See also Paestum, Italy; Sicily; Venice 



Jackson, Andrew" 

House that love built 

Jamestown, Virginia 

Jamestown, a place of beginnings 
Jamestown colony (1607 through 1620) 

Jamestown Festival, 1957 

Jamestown colony (1607 through 1620) 

Japan 

How war came to Asia (2 films) 
•See also Missions — Japan 

Japanese art. See Art, Japanese 

Jesus Christ 

Day Christ died 
Gates of glory 
Glass eyes that see 
Nativity of Jesus Christ 
Where He walked 
See also Christmas 

Jet planes 

Boeing jet fleet 

Boeing 707 jet transport cabin interior 

mockup 
J®t stratotanker— an Introduction to the 

KC-135 airplane 

Jet propulsion 

Electra propulsion story 
^ee also Rockets (Aeronautics) 

Jewish New Year. See Rosh ha-Shanah 

Jewish refugees. See Refugees, Jewish 

Jewish religion. See Judaism 

Jews in New York (City) 
Matter of living 

Jews In the United States 

American Jew: a tribute to freedom 

Jiujitsu 

Festival of Judo 

Job analysis. See Time study 

Jobs. See Occupations 



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Jones, Ernest 

Dr Ernest Jones 

Journalism , . ^ 

Assignment: mankind 
Behind the type 
Your career in journalism 
See also Liberty of the press 

Journeys. See Voyages and travels 

Judaism 

American morning 

Judo. See Jiujitsu 

Justice, Administration of ,^ ^, . 
Traffic court training (4 fllms) 



Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corporation 

Next ten 

Katmai National Monument 
Angler's paradise 

Keys. See Locks and keys 

Kinematics 

Mechanism — ^kinematics 

Kings and rulers. See Courts and courtiers 

Kissimmee, Florida , ., . .. ,, 

Kissimmee. U.S.A. (Florida's cow capital) 

Kitchens 

Miracle kitchen 

Klondike gold fields 
City of gold 

Knowledge, Theory of. See Truth 

Korean War, 1950-1953 
Air power (26 fllms) 

Civilian relief 
Of such is the kingdom (Worldwide) 



Labor, Migrant. See Migrant labor 

Labor and laboring classes 

Labor movement: beginnings and growth 

in America 
Nature of work (6 fllms) 
Our nation's roots (26 films) 

See also Collective bargaining; Labor 
unions: Migrant labor; Strikes and lock- 
outs; Wages 

Labor disputes. See Collective bargaining 

Labor laws and legislation. See Taft-Hartley 
Act. 1947 

Labor unions 

Heritage in (4 films) 

Role of labor in world affairs 

fifee also Collective bargaining; Strikes and 
lockouts; also names of Individual labor 
unions 

Lacrimal organs 

Glands of the head 

Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gil- 
bert du Motier, Marquis de 
Lafayette bi- centennial 

Lakes. See names of lakes 

Land. See Agriculture: Reclamation . of Jand 

Landowska, Wanda 
Wanda Landowska 

Landscape painting 
Open window 

Language and languages 
Alphabet conspiracy 
Language and linguistics (13 films) 

See also Communication; Literature; also 
names of languages (e.g. (Jerman language; 
Spanish language) 



Lantern slides 

Magazines to transparencies 

Larvae. See Doodlebugs 

Las Vegas, Nevada 

Guided tour of Las Vegas 

Latin America 

Freedom of the press in Latin America 
Organization of American states 

Laughter. See Wit and humor 

Laundry. See Washing machines 

Your career In law 

Law enforcement. See Police 

Lawn tennis. See Tennis -f 

Leadership 

Choosing a leader 

Learning, Psychology of 

Demonstration in human learning 

Learning and scholarship. See Education; Re- 
search 

Leather work 

Beginners' leathercraft 
Leathercraft 

See also Saddlery 

Leaves 

Learning about leaver 

Legislation. See Law 

Leisure. See Retirement 

Leonardo da Vinci 

Introduction to the method of Leonardo da 

Vinci 
Leonai'do da Vinci and his art 

Lepidoptera. See Butterflies; Moths 

Lettering 

Tracing with ink 

Letters of the alphabet. See Alphabet 

Levers 

Levers 

Liberty 

Essentials of freedom (6 films) 
See also Civil rights 

Liberty of the press 

Freedom of the press in Latin America 

Libraries 

King size diary 

See also Bibliotheque Nationale; School 



libraries (High school 

Life 

The cage (McGraw) 

Life (Biology). See Reproduction 

Life, Christian. See Christian life 

Life, Spiritual. See Spiritual life 
Light 

Glass eyes that see 

Light 
See also Refraction 

Lighting 

Light — as you like it 

Lightning 

Lightning and electricity 

Lights, Feast of. See HaoiukkaJi 

Limestone 

Gift of the ages 

Lincoln, Abraham 

At home with the Abraham Lincolns 

Linguistics. See Language and languages 



Lipschitz, Jacques 
Jacques Lipschitz 



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Liquid air 

Liquid air (2 films) 

Liquids. See Hydrostatics: Surface tensions 

Literature 

Music and the Renaissance (10 films) 
Prospect of literature (8 films) 
See also Books; Poetry 

Little Rock, Arlcansas 

Little Rock and world opinion 

Livestock 

Life lines 
See also Cattle: Cows: Dairying: Sheep 

Loan association. See Building and loan asso- 
ciations 

Lobsters 

The lobster 

Locks and keys 

Lock and tag 

Logging. See Lumber and lumbering 

London 

Follies of the town 

Nice time 

Visit to London in 1860 with Gustave D6re 

Looms 

How to make a simple loom and weave 

Los Angeles, California 

Guided tour of Los Angeles 

Louise, Lake, Alta. 

Banff and Lake Louise (CanPac) 

Love 

Fruitless fig tree 
Where your treasure is 

Loyalty 

Loyalties 

Lumber and lumbering 

Forever living forests 

Treasures of the forest 

Your career in logging 

Your career in lumber manufacturing 

Lunar theory. See Moon 



Machine tools. See Planing machines 

Machinery 

Machines help us 

Paths of steel 

Punch press guarding 



^>ee aiso Agricultural machinery; Bearings 
(Machmery); Engines; Friction: Metalwork- 
mg rnachmery; Threading machines: Water 



Manual training 

Dickie builds a truck 

Manufactures. See names of articles manufac- 
tured and names of industries (e.g. Paper 
making and trade) ; also some titles listed 
under names of countries, cities, etc. 

Marches (Exercise). See Drill (nonmilitary) 

Marine animals 
Coral jungle 
Expedition 
Marineland 

Sea birds and sea elephants 
See also Fresh-water animals; Plankton 

Marine biology 

Camera on the ocean floor 
Freak fish of the deep 
Life in the sea 
Marine borers 
See also Fresh-water biology 

Marine plants. See Algae 

Marketing 

Marketing in Mexico 
Marketing quality eggs 

Marketing (Home economics) 
Wise food buying 

Mary, Virgin 

Madonna in the world of art 
'Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima 

Maryknoll Brothers. See Catholic Foreign Mis- 
sion Society of America 

Marymount School 

Marymount of Palos Verdes 

Masks (for the face) 

Masks in the world of art 

Mason, George 

George Mason of Gunston Hall 

Mass communication. See Communication 

Mathematics. See Algebra; Trigonometry 

Matter 

Atoms and molecules (EBF) 

Freezing, melting, boiling 

Molecules in motion (Explaining matter) 

Mayas 

Mexican olla makers 

Mayflower (Ship) 

Voyage of the Mayflower 

Meadows 

Let's take a walk to the meadow to watch 
some birds 



hrlading macknesrWa^^^ Measures. See Weights and measures 



Machines. See Machinery 

Madonna. See Mary, Virgin 

Magnetic tape 

No margin for error (IntBus) 

Magnetism. See Electricity 

Mail service. See Postal service 

Make-up (Cosmetics). See Cosmetics 

Mammals 

What bones can tell us 

See also names of mammals (e.g. Bats; 
Elephants) 

Man 

Dignity of man 

Science and hurnan responsibility (22 films) 
Scientific methods (13 films) ^ ^ ^ " '"^> 
See also Ethnology 

'^^"^^^.fi'"®"*- ^®® ^5-^^ management; Indus- 
trial management; Sales management 

Manners and customs. See Courts and cour- 
tiers; Etiquette;^ Funeral rites and cere- 
m^ies; United States— Social life and cus- 



Measurlng instruments 

Use of T-square and triangles 
See also Slide rule 

Meat. See Pork 

Meat industry and trade 

Why meat-type hogs? 

Mechanical drawing 

Multiview drawing 
See also Lettering 

Mechanical engineering. See Machinery 

Mechanics. See Force and energy; Friction: 
Kinematics 

Medical centers. See Hadassah Medical Organi- 
zation 

Medical charities. See Charities, Medical 

Medical profession. See Medicine 

Medicine 

Even for one 

^ee also Aviation medicine; Chiropractic: 
Pharmac' ■^^^^^"^•' Nurses and nursing; 

Medicine, Aviation. See Aviation medicine 



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Mensuration. See Measuring instruments; 
Weights and measures 

Mental healing. See Psychotherapy 

Merchandising. See Marketing 

Metal sculpture 

Metal sculpture in the world of art 

Metallurgy 

Metals information center of tomorrow 
Progress in modern basic refractories 
iThis new world of metals 

Metal wo rl<. See Metal sculpture; Solder and 
soldering 

Metalworking machinery 

It's easy to bend 

Meteorology 

Your career in meteorology 

iSee also Atmosphere; Climate; Evapora- 
tion; Humidity; Lightning; Weather fore- 
casting 

Methodology. See Research 

Metric system 

Metric system 

Mexico 

Cumpleanos de Pepita 
Heritage from Tula 
Marketing in Mexico 
Modern Mexico (Pairweather) 
Sons of Montezuma 
Zopatecan village 

Michigan 

Michigan — autumn wonderland 

Microorganisms 

Microorganisms: beneficial activities 
Microorganisms: harmful activities 
See also Amoeba; Bacteriology 

Middle Ages. See Renaissance 

Middle East. See Near East 

Migrant labor 

Colorado cares 

Migration of birds. See Birds 

Military airplanes. See Airplanes. Military 

Military education. See United States — Military 
Academy, West Point 

Milk, Human 

Better beginning 

Milking 

Good milking pays 

Mill and factory buildings. See Factories 

Milling (Flour). See Flour and flour mills 

Mimeograph 

Mimeographing techniques 

Mineralogy 

Understanding our earth: rocks and min- 
erals 

Minerals. See Mineralogy 

Miners. See Tin miners 

Mines and mineral resources. See Gold mines 
and mining 



Burma 
Frontier witness 
Golden gift 

Japan 
Garden of service 

Near East 
Mid-East profile 

Philippine Islands 
Heart of the Philippines 

Modeling 

Visits with a sculptor (10 films) 

Modern architecture. See Architecture. Modern 

Modernism (Art) 

Jacques Lipschitz 
Marcel Duchamp 
Statues d'epouvante 

See also Architecture. Modern; Art. Ab- 
stract 

Moetzet Hapoalet. See Working Women's Coun- 
cil 

Moisture. See Evaporation: Humidity 

Molds (Botany). See Fungi 

Molecules 

Atoms and molecules (NET) 

Molecules in motion (Explaining matter) 

World of molecules 

Monasticism and religious orders. See Capu- 
chins; Catholic Foreign Mission Society of 
America 

Money 

Story of our money system 
See also Bills of exchange 

Money raising. See Fund raising 

Monnier, Henri Bonaventure 

Porter novel by Henri Monnier 

Moon 

Man and the moon 

Moon and how it effects us 

Moral Re-Armament 

Idea for Washington and Moscow 
Mackinac, island of Renaissance 

Mortuary customs. See Funeral rites and cere- 
monies 

Mosaics 

Mosaic experiments 

Moths 

Butterflies and moths (NET) 
Butterflies and moths (TennGame&Fish) 

Motion. See Force and energy; Kinematics; 
Speed 

Motion pictures. See Moving pictures 

Motion study 

Motion study on the Job 
See also Time study 

Motorboats 

Admiral in an outboard 

Trailer sailors 

Wyoming's wonderful waterways 

Motoring. See Automobiles — Touring 

Motors. See Engines 



Minnesota 

Minnesota: star of the North 



Mountaineering 

Mountain holiday in Switzerland 



Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company 
Growing places 

Missiles, Guided. See Guided missiles 

Missions 

Cross in the sand 
North American neighbors 
See also Evangelistic work 
Brazil 
Dark river (Brazil) 



Mountains 

Let's build a mountain 

Let's take a walk in the high country 

See also Volcanoes; also names of moun- 
tain ranges and mountains 

Mouth. See Salivary glands 

Moving picture film 

Murder on the screen 

Moving picture projectors. See Projectors 



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Moving pictures 
Flyinsr an^el 

How to make a TV commercial 
Ideas and film ^ , 

Animated 

SmatterinK of spots 

As an art form 

Energies . ,, ^ ^, 

James Whitney's studies in motion for film 
Symphonic mecanique 

Moving pictures in education 
Film research and learning 

Multiple sclerosis . . ^ ^ ,^^ 

Multiple sclerosis in sickness and health 

Museums 

Junior Museum — a living museum 

Music 

Correlating music with social science in 

the general music class — eighth grade 
Handel and his music 
Heritage XII (4 films) 
Igor Stravinsky _„ ^, 

Music and the Renaissance (10 films) 
Symphonic mecanique 
See also Church music; Piano music 

Musical form. See Opera; Oratorio 

Musicians. See names of individual musicians 

Mussolini, Benito 

Rise and fall of Benito Mussolini (2 films) 

Mystic, Connecticut 

Ship's belles at Mystic 



Nails and spikes 

House of a lifetime 

Narcotics 

Dangerous drugs 

Nast, Thomas 

Overthrow of the Tweed ring 

National Council of the Churches of Christ in 
the United States of America. See Church 
World Service 

National Foundation 
Newsreel 

National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. See 
National Foundation 

National parks and reserves. See names of 
national parks, (e.g. Glacier National Park) 

Nationalism 

Nationalism (2 films) 

Nativity of Jesus Christ. See Jesus Christ 

Natural gas. See Gas, Natural 

Natural history. See Biology; Fossils; Fresh- 
water biology; Geographical distribution of 
animals and plants; Marine biology; Min- 
eralogy; also names of natural monuments 
(e.g. Katmai National Monument) 

Natural resources 

School under the trees 

See also Fisheries; Forests and forestry; 
Water supply 

Natural theology. See Religion and science 

Nature study 

Let's take a walk in the high country 
Let s take a walk to the meadow to watch 
some birds 
See also Animals 

Naval aeronautics. See Aeronautics, Military 

Naval art and science. See Submarines 

Navigation 

Destinations of tomorrow 
See also Sounding and soundings 

Navigation (Aeronautics) 

Destinations of tomorrow 



Near East 

Bible lands 

Problems of the Middle Eaat _ 

U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East 

Negotiable instruments. See Bills of exchange 

Negroes 

Little Rock and world opinion 

Nehru, Jawaharlal 
Jawaharlal Nehru 

Neighborhood. See Community life 

Neikrug, George 

Sonata in B minor, opus 8, for unaccom- 
panied cello, by Kodaly 

Nervous system 

Human body: nervous system 

New England 

Guided tour of New England 
North by Northeast 

New France. See Canada 

New Guinea 

New Guinea patrol 
Papua and New Guinea 



New Orleans 

Mardi Gras in New Orleans 

New Year, Jewish. See Rosh ha-Shanah 

New York (City) 

Harlem Wednesday 
Metropolis in motion 
Overthrow of the Tweed ring 
What a vacation 

New Zealand 

Antarctic adventure 
Letter to the teacher 
Passport to pleasure 

Newspapers. See Journalism 

Nicholas M, Emperor of Russia 
Last czar of Russia 

Nigeria 

This is Nigeria 

Nitric acids 

Nitric acid compounds and the nitrogen 
cycle 

Nitrogen 

Nitric acid compounds and the nitrogen 

^^, cycle 

Nitrogen and ammonia 

N on -objective art. See Art, Abstract 

Norsemen. See Northmen 

North Africa. See Africa, North 

North American Indians. See Indians of North 
America 

North Pole. See Arctic regions 

Northmen 

Vikings 

Vikings and their explorations 

Norway 

Life in Norway 

Nuclear physics. See Atomic energy; Radio- 
activity 

Nuclear reactors 
Enter the atom 

Numbers. See Arithnietic 

Nurses and nursing 
Balance in action 
Lift thine eyes 
Student nurse 
See also Hospitals; Red Cross 

Nutrition 

Thought for food 

See . also Diet ; Food ; Trace elements ; 
Vitamins 

Nutrition of plants. See Plants 



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Obstetrics. See Pregnancy 

O'Casey, Sean 

Sean O'Casey 

Occupations 

Fathers go away lo work 

See also Vocational guidance ; also names 
of occupations 

Ocean. See Icebergs; Sea- water; Sounding and 
soundings 

Ocean currents. See Gulf Stream 

Ocean life. See Marine biology 

Ocean travel 

Across the Pacific 
Transatlantic empress 
20th century sailor 

Oceania 

Islands of the South Pacific 
South Pacific horizons 
South Seas 

Office management. See Personnel management 

Oil. See Petroleum 

Oil wells. See Petroleum 

Okefenokee Swamp 

Okefenokee interlude 

Old age. See Retirement 

Old age homes 

Yellow leaf 

Old Testament. See Bible. Old Testament 

Opera 

Forza del destino 

Opera for today (6 films) 

Opiates. See Narcotics 

Optics. See Light; Refraction; Vision 

Oratorio 

Great Mr Handel 

Oratory. See Public speaking 

Orchids 

The orchids (NET) 

Ore deposits 

Treasures of the earth 

Ores. See Mineralogy 

Orient. See Bast (Far East) 

Oriental civilization. See Civilization. Oriental 

Origin of species. See Evolution 

Ottawa 

Ottawa, Canada's capital 

Outboard motorboats. See Motorboats 

Outdoor cookery 

Chicken barbecue 

Outdoor life 

Quest for red trout 

See also Camping ; Mountaineering ; Na- 
ture study 

Outer space 

Space scientist 

Overland Journeys to the Pacific 

Gold rush days 



Packing Industry. See Meat industry and trade 

Paestum, Italy 

Ancient Paestum: city of the Greeks and 
Romans 

Paint 

Duchess paints the town 
To please a woman 

Painters. See names of individual painters 

Painting 

El Greco: the secret of Toledo 
In the world of art: we visit an art gallery 
See also Finger painting; Landscape 
painting; Portrait painting; Tempera paint- 
mg 

Painting, Chinese 

Finger painting of Wu Tsai Yen 

Painting, Dutch 

Introduction to Dutch painting by Paul 
Claudel 

Paintings 

Wiley works 
See also Portraits; Water colors 

Paintings, Abstract. See Art. Abstract 

Paintings, Dutch 

Rembrandt, painter of man 

Paintings, Flemish 

Nativity of Jesus Christ 

Paintings, French 

Rousseau: a trip in a little cart 
Toulouse Lautrec: the night watcher 
Young girl's dream by Corot 

Paintings. Italian 

Venetian Festivals 

Paleontology. See Fossils 

Panama Canal 

Panama Canal (Coronet) 

Panics. See Depressions 

Pantomimes 

Mask (Brandon) 

Paper 

Written word (15 films) 

Paper making and trade 
Power of paper 
See also Wood pulp 

Paper work 

Paper sculpture in the world of art 

Papua 

Papua and New Guinea 

Parables 

Prodigal son (UW) 

Paraplegia 

The return 

Parent and child , . ^ . ^„ 

Are teenagers universally misunderstood? 
Child care problems of physically handi- 
capped mothers 
Food and maternal deprivation 
Frightened child 



Going to hospital with mother 

Motility in . 

Who should decide? (Areas of parental au- 



parent-child relationships 



thority) 
Would you rather be an American? 

See also Fathers 



Oxygen 

O: 



xygen (NET) 



Paris, France 

Cruise through Paris 
Seurat's Parisian Sundays 



Pacelli, Eugenio. See Pius XII. Pope 

Pacific Islands. See Oceania 

Packaging 

Wrap It up 
See also Gift wrapping 



Parks. See Zoological gardens; also names of 
individual national parks 

Parliamentary practice 

Make your influence felt (Parliamentary 
procedure) 

Passover 

Freedom rings 



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Pastel drawing 
Pastel drawing 

Pastels 

Yantra study 

Pastry. See Baking 

Pastures 

Strip grazing 
See also Forage plants; Meadows 

Pathology. See Bacteriology 

Patriotism. See Loyalty; Nationalism 

Pearls 

Pearl divers 
South Seas 

Pencil drawing 

Pencil sketching 

Penn, William 

William Penn and the Quakers (the Penn- 
sylvania colony) 

Pennsylvania 

William Penn and the Quakers (the Penn- 
sylvania colony) 

Perfumes 

Pearl divers 

Periodicals. See Journalism 

Personal finance. See Finance, Personal 

Personnel management 
Executive interview 
No one answer 

Office supervisors' problems (6 films) 
See also Time study 

Pests. See Flies 

Petroleum 

Electrical well logging (AAODC) 

Fortune seeker 

King Neptune's oil fields 

Oil and gas well corrosion 

The tankship 

Treating crude oil emulsions 

Petroleum industry and trade 
Growing with Cities Service 
Mile to El Dorado 
Strongest men who ever lived 
Vocational training in the oil industry 

Pettet, Edwin Burr 
Yesterday's actors 

Pharmacy 

Your career in pharmacy 

Philippine Islands 

Heart of the Philippines 

Philosophers. See names of Individual philos- 
ophers 

Philosophy. See Truth 

Photographers. See names of Individual photo- 
graphers 

Photography 

Ansel Adams — photographer 
Murder on the screen 
Pictures clear and sharp 
Snapshots or sorry 
See ialso Lantern slides 

Physical education and training 

Evaluating physical abilities 
Profiles of elementary physical education 
See lalso Athletics: Jiujitsu; Posture 

Physical geography. See Climate; Geophysics; 
Mountains 

Physical geology. See Volcanoes 

Physical therapy 
The return 

Physically handicapped 

Child care problems of physically handi- 
capped mothers 
Forsake me not 
Spina bifida 
See ulso Amputees: Blind 



Rehabilitation 
Back on the Job 
Easter seal dollars go to work 
Miracle in Java 
Reach for tomorrow 
Where there's a will 

Physics 

Brattain on semiconductor physics 

See also Electricity; Friction; Gases; 
Hydrostatics; Ions; Light; Matter; Radio- 
activity; Sound 

Physiology 

Wonder of our body 

See <ilso Cells; Growth; Heart; Nervous 
system; Reproduction; Senses and sensa- 
tion 

Physiology of plants. See Plant physiology 

Physiotherapy. See Physical therapy 

Piano. See Harpsichord 

Piano music 

Heritage VI (4 films) 

Pictures. See Cartoons and caricatures; En- 
gravings; Etchings; Paintings; Portraits 

Pineapple 

Root and square root 

Pioneer life. See Frontier and pioneer life 

Pipe 

Underground arteries 

PIranesi, Giovanni Battista 
Labyrinth of PIranesi 

Pius XJ. Pope 

Fighting Popes (lives of Popes Pius XI and 

Pius XII. Pope 
Fighting Popes (lives of Popes Pius XI and 

Planets. See Solar system 

Planing machines 
Inclined plane 

Plankton 

Chain of life in the sea 

Planning, City. See City planning 

Plant breeding 
Bread basket 

Plant nutrition. See Plants 

Plant physiology 

Partnerships among plants and animals 
See also Growth (Plants) 

Plant propagation. See Seeds 

Planting. See Agriculture; Tree planting 

Plants 

From the ground up (MichStU) 
God's wonders in mother's garden 
Green giants — the story of plants 

See also Flowers; Forage plants; Geo- 
graphical distribution of animals and 
plants; Growth (Plants) : Roots 

Plants, Cultivated. See House plants 

Plastics 
Man 
Polymers and plastics 



Manufacturing reinforced plastics 
id^]- ■ 



Play 

Allen Is my brother 
City is a playground 
Play streets 
See \also Sports 

Plowing 

Turning point (MIchStU) 

Pneumatics. See Aerodynamics: Compressed 
air; Gases 

Roe, Edgar Allan 

Edgar Allan Poe: background for his works 



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lieritaKe I (9 films) 
Heritage IV (4 films) 
Let's read poetry- 
Poets. See names of individual poets 

Poisons 

One day's poison 

Polar expeditions. See Antarctic regions; 
Arctic regions 

Police 

Enforcement tactics 
Policeman Walt learns his job 

Police, State 

State trooper 

Political refugees. See Refugees. Political 

Political science. See Communism; Law; Lib- 
erty; Nationalism 

Pollen 

Life in a cubic foot of air 

Polynesians 

Polynesian culture 

Popes. See names of individual popes 

Population 

Science and human responsibility (22 films) 

Population, Foreign. See United States — Immi- 
gration and emigration 

Pork 

Why meat-type hogs? 

Portrait painting 

Painting pictures about people 
See also Pastel drawing 

Portraits 

Self-portraits in the world of art 
See also Cartoons and caricatures 

Portugal 

Story of Portugal 

Portuguese language films 

Boeing 707 jet transport cabin interior 
mockup 

Postal service 

Mail in motion 

Posture 

Balance in action 
Beginning good posture habits 
How do you stand? 
Posture in action 

Pottery 

Mexican olla makers 

Poulbot, Francisque 

Poulbot and the children of Montmartre 

Poultry 

Getting read for baby chicks 
Inside story of chicken gizzard grinding 
See also Eggs 

Power (Mechanics). See Compressed air; Force 
and energy 

Power plants. See Atomic power plants 

Power resources. See Fuel 

Power transmission. See Levers 

Pratisthan 

Glory of Pratisthan 

Praying mantis 

Praying mantis (NET) 

Praying mantis (TennGame&Fish) 

Pregnancy 

Expecting — diet in pregnancy 

Prehistoric animals. See Fossils 

Prejudices and antipathies 
Conquest of prejudice 
Roots of prejudice (6 flhns) 
Unlearning prejudice 



Premature Babies IVIilk Bank 

Better beginning 

Preservation of forests. See Forests and for- 
estry 

Presidents. See names of individual presidents 

Press. See Liberty of the press 

Prevention of accidents. See Accident preven- 
tion 

Prices. See Wages 

Primary education. See Education. Elementary 

Printing 

V/ritten word (15 films) 
Your career in printing 

Prisons. See Crime and criminals 

Private secretaries. See Secretaries, Private 

Prizes (Rewards). See Rewards (Prizes, etc.) 

Professions. See names of professions 

Progress. See Science and civilization 

Projectiles. See Guided missiles; Rockets (Aero- 
nautics 

Projectors 

Operation of the Bell and Howell sound 
projector 

Propaganda 

Propaganda in the making of foreign policy 

Prospecting 

Pioneer burro 

Protoplasm. See Cells 

Proust. Marcel 

Remembrance of time past: Vermeer 

Prussia 

Germany: feudal states to unification 

Psalms. See Bible. Old Testament 

Psychiatry 

Boy in the doorway 
See also Psychotherapy 

Psychoanalysis 

Dr Ernest Jones 

Psychology. See Attitude (Psychology) ; Psycho- 
analysis 

Psychology, Applied 
Adventures of * 
See also Human relations 

Psychology. Child. See Child study 

Psychology, Criminal. See Criminal psychology 

Psychology, Racial. See Race psychology 

Psychology of learning. See Learning, Psy- 
chology of 

Psychotherapy 

Back into the sun 

Public health 

Community keeps house 
See also Charities, Medical; Sanitation 

Public libraries. See Libraries 

Public speaking 

Is there communication when you speak? 

Public utilities. See Telephone 

Publicity. See Propaganda 

Publishers and publishing. See Printing 

Puerto Rico 

Puerto Rico (DavisProd) 
Puerto Rico (NET) 

Punched card systems. See Information storage 
and retrieval systems 



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Punishment. See Crime and criminals 

2 



Purdue University 

Purdue alumni newareel No. 



Purim (Feast of Esther) 
Change of heart 



Quacic grass 

Quack grass, the perennial guest 

Quails 

Bobwhite on the wing 

Qual<ers. See Friends, Society of 

Quarries and quarrying. See Limestone 

Quebec (Province) 

Quest for red trout 



Rabbits 

Cottontail in Tennessee 
Tennessee cottontail 

Raccoons 

Doodlebug and the raccoon 

Race psychology 

People are taught to be different (12 films) 

Races of man. See Ethnology 

Racing. See Automobile racing; Boat racing; 
Soap l)Ox derbies 

Radar defense networl<s 

Dew line story 
Sky watch on 55° 

See also Semi-automatic ground environ- 
ment system 

Radiation. See Radioactivity 

Radio advertising. See Television in advertising 

Radio Free Europe 
Towers of truth 

Radioactivity 

Radioactivity and the parts of an atom 
See also Uranium 

Railroads 

Alaska Railroad 

Block signal. CTC, and interlocking rules 

Empire on parade 

Rain and rainfall 

Rain 
See also Snow 

Rain forests 

Olympic rain forest 

Raspberries 

Raspberries for extra profit 



Extermination 



Rats 

Control rats 

Ratti, Achille. See Pius XI, Pope 

Raw materials. See Forest products 

Reactions, Chemical. See Chemical reactions 

Reactors (Nuclear physics). See Nuclear re- 
actors 

Reading 

Iowa reading films (college level) (15 films) 
Readings in socio-economic thought 
Using a reading readiness book 
See also Books and reading 

Recipes. See Cookery 

Reclamation of land 

Greener hills for southern Indiana 

Recreation. See Play; Vacations 



Red Cross 

Disaster and you 
Neighbor to neighbor 

Redondo Beach, California 

Pride 

Redwood 

Forever living forests 

Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee 
Reelfoot Lake 

Refraction 

Refraction (NET) 

Refugees, Jewish 

Eliahu's house 

Refugees, Political 

Long stride 

Refuse and refuse disposal 

Collectors' item 

Regional planning. See City planning 

Rehabilitation. See Physically handicapped — 
Rehabilitation 

Rehabilitation of criminals 

Raw material 

Religion. See Faith; God; Spiritual life; United 
States — ^Relig'ion 

Religion and science 

God's wonders in babv zoo animals 
God's wonders in mother's garden 

Religions 

Heritage VII (5 films) 
Religion in Israel 
See also Judaism 

Religious belief. See Faith 

Rembrandt, Hermanszoon van Rijn 

Rembrandt, master of the night 
Rembrandt, painter of man 

Remedial reading. See Reading 

Renaissance 

Boy of Renaissance Italy 

'Music and the Renaissance (10 films) 

Reporters and reporting. See Journalism 

Reproduction 

Human body: reproductive system 
New life from old — reproduction 

Reptiles 

Reptiles and their charaoteristics 
Reptiles of today 
See also Snakes 

Research 

Equation for progress 
Horizons beyond 
Paths of steel 
Pathways to the future 
Scientific methods (13 films) 
Vannevar Bush 
See also Agriculture 

Residences. See Houses 

Resources, Natural. See Natural resources 

Responsibility 

Our family works together (Churchill) 

Rest periods 
Coffee break 

Resurrection. See Jesus Christ 

Retail trade. See Salesmen and salesmanship 

Retirement 

Golden age 

Revere, Paul 

Midnight ride of Paul Revere (Coronet) 

Revivals. See Evangelistic work 

Revolutions. See United States — History — ^Rev- 
olution; also some films listed under titles 
of countries 



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Rewards (Prizes, etc.) 

Highlights of the national corn picking 
contest 

Rheumatic fever 

Heart crippler: rheumatic fever 
Help for young hearts 
Nature of the enemy- 
Rice 

Rice in today's world 

Richmond, Virginia 

Virginia,' s capitol ^ 

Riding. See Horsemanship 

Rights, Civii. See Civil rights 

Rites and ceremonies. See Funeral rites and 
ceremonies 

Rivers. See Dams; also names of rivers (e.g. 
Buffalo River; Yarra River) 

Riviera 

Riviera playground 

Road signs. See Signs and signboards 

Roads 

City highways 

Magic highway U.S.A. 

Robins 

Mr and Mrs Robin's family 

Rocket flight. See Space flight 

Rockets (Aeronautics) 

Molecules to missiles 
Rocket range Australia 
Rockets: how they work 
Rockets: principles and safety 

Rocks 

Understanding our earth: rocks and mine- 
rals 
Water — sculptor of the land 

<8ee also Crystallography 

Rocky iVIountains 

Escape to the Rockies 
Wildlife in the Rockies 
Wildlife of the Rocky Mountains 

Roman civilization. See Civilization, Roman 

Rome 

Decline of the Roman Empire 
Rise of the Roman Empire 

Roofs 

Danger— roofers at work 
This — above all 

Roosevelt, Anna Eleanor. See Roosevelt, Elea- 
nor 

Roosevelt, Eleanor 

Heritage IX (4 films) 

Roosevelt, Theodore 

Attempt to assassinate Theodore Roosevelt 

Roots 

Root and square root 

Rope. See Wire rope 

Rosh ha-Shanah 

With all thy heart 

Rousseau, Henri (Le Dounier) Julien 

Rousseau: a trip in a little cart 

Rubber 

Rubber in today's world 

Rubber tires. See Tires 

Rugs. See Carpets 

Rules of order. See Parliamentary practice 

RumI, Beardsley 

Heritage X (4 films) 

Russell, Bertrand Russell, 3d ear! 
Lrord Bertrand Russell 



Russia 

Camera on Russia 

Children of Russia (Cates) 

Lrast czar of Russia 

Russian Revolution (2 films) 

U.S. and U.S.S.R. — conflict or peace? 

Russian communism. See Communism — ^Russia 



Sacred music. See Church music 

Saddlery 

Saddle making 

Safety appliances 
On impact 

Safety devices and measures. See Safety ap- 
pliances 

Safety education. See Accident prevention 

SAGE. See Semi-automatic ground environ- 
ment system 

Sailing 

How to sail 
Sails to the wind 
Two boys and a boat 

Sailor's life. See Seafaring life 

St Andrews, Scotland 

St Andrews, cradle of golf 

St Denis, Ruth 

Ruth St Denis and Ted Shawn 



St Louis 



City decides 



Public schools 



Sales management 

Why sales managers go nuts 

Salesmen and salemanship 

Are you this man? 
How to talk business to win 
Solid gold hours 
Wanted — man alive 
See also Marketing; Sales management 

Salivary glands 

Glands of the head 

Salt 

White wonder 

Samoan Islands 

New day in Samoa 
Polynesian culture 
Tapa making 

Sandburg, Carl 
Carl Sandburg 

San Francisco 

Guided tour of San Francisco 

Sanitation 

Community keeps house 
See also Hygiene 

Santa Catalina Island 

Jewel in the sea 

Satellites, Artificial 

Earth satellites — explorers of outer space 
Satellites: stepping stones to space 
Sputnik — its impact and challenge 
What is America famous for? 

Saving and thrift. See Finance, Personal; Sav- 
ings banks 

Savings banks 
Money tree 

See also Building and loan associations 

Saws 

Production cut-off band saw 

Tooling the band saw for production 

Scandinavians. See Northmen 

Scenery. See names of countries, states, etc. 

Scenery (Stage). See Theaters 



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School administration and organization 
Crowded out 

School libraries (High school) 

Library research in high school 

School music. See Singing 

School teaching. See Teaching 

Schoolhouses 

School for Johnny 

Schools. See Correspondence schools and cours- 
es; Education; High schools; Schoolhouses; 
and names of individual schools 

Science 

Aristotle and the scientific method 

Galileo 

Group method in science 

Heritage H (6 films) 

Living and non-living thmgs (Coronet) 

Of science and scientists (23 films) 

Science and human responsibility (22 films) 

Science in Israel 

Scientific methods (13 films) 

See also Astronomy; Bacteriology; Biol- 
ogy; Chemistry; Crystallography; Fossils; 
Meteorology; Mineralogy: Nature study; 
Physics; Physiology 

Science and civilization 

Look at mid -century America 

Science and religion. See Religion and science 

Scientific education. See Science 

Scientific expeditions ' 

Expedition 

See also Antarctic regions; Arctic re- 
gions 

Scientific method. See Research 

Scientists 

Health heroes: the battle against disease 
See also names of individual scientists 

Sclerosis, iVIuitiple. See Multiple sclerosis 

Scotland 

Children of Scotland 

Scouts and scouting. See Boy Scouts; Girl 
Scouts 

Screen printing. See Silk screen printing 

Screw threads 
Screw threads 

Sculpture 

In the world of art: we visit an art gallery 
Non-objective space in the world of art 
Plaster sculpture in color 
Sculptor carves a giant 
Sculpture in the world of art 
Sculpture series (11 films) 
Visits with a sculptor (10 films) 
See also Metal sculpture; Wood carving 

Sculpture, French 

France Romane 

Sea animals. See Marine animals 
Sea fisheries. See Fisheries 

Sea food 

Harvests from the sea 
Invisible seafood 
Seafoods and customs 
Shellflshing in the CSiesapeake 

See also names of fish used for food, 
(e.g. Shrimps) 

Sea mosses. See Algae 

Sea otters 

Sea otter 

Sea otters of Amchitka 

Sea shore. See Seashore 

Sea soundings. See Sounding and soundings 

Sea travel. See Ocean travel 



Seafaring life 

Vikings 

Seashore 

Day at the beach 

Seattle 

Guided tour of Seattle 

Secondary education. See Education, Secondary 

Secondary schools. See High schools 

Secretaries, Private 

Your career as a secretary 

Seeds 

How seeds are scattered 

Segregation in education 

City decides 

Little Rock and world opinion 

Prejudice in America 

Selling. See Salesmen and salesmanship 

Sem, pseud. See Goursat, Georges Marie 

Semi-automatic ground environment system 

Countermeasures 
On guard (IntBus) 

Senses and sensation 

Gateways to the mind 
Our senses: what they do for us 
See also Hearing; Vision 

Serra International 

1957 Serra convention 

Service stations, Automobile. See Automobiles 

— Service stations 

Seurat, Georges Pierre 

Seurat's Parisian Sundays 

Sex. See Reproduction 

Shadows 

Shadows 

Shakespeare, William 

Hamlet (BaylorU) 
Yesterday's actors 

Sharks 

Shark 

These sharks need protection 

Shavu'oth (Feast of Weeks) 

Festival of faith 

Shaw, George Bernard 
Doctor's dilemma 

Shawn, Ted 

Ruth St Denis and Ted Shawn 

Sheep 

Your lamb goes to the fair 

Shingles, Asbestos 

Man from Missouri 

Shipbuilding 

Birth or a superliner 

Colonial shipbuilding and sea trade 

Naissance d'^un petrol ier 

Ships 

Iceberg patrol (Guild) 
iShip's belles at Mystic 
The tankship 
Transatlantic empress 

See also Ocean travel; Sailing; Sub- 
marines; also names of ships, e.g. May- 
flower (Ship); United States (Ship) 

Shipwrecks. See Survival (after airplane acci- 
dents, shipwrecks, etc.) 

Shooting. See Archery; Hunting 

Shopping. See Marketing (Home economics) 

Show windows 

Ellen in windowland 

Shrike 

Winter woods 



Sea-water 

Minerals from the sea 



Shrimps 

The shilmt) 



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Sicily , , 

Sicily, island of the sun 

Sick. See Hospitals 

Sight. See Vision 

Signals and signaling^ , . , , , . „i„„ 

Block signal, CTC. and interlocking rules 

Signs and signboards 

EJIlen in windowland 
Stripes and signs 

Silk screen printing 

New light for the silk screen 

Sin, Forgiveness of. See Forg'iveness of sin 
Singers. See names of individual singers 

Singing in the general music class — seventh 
grade 
See also Choirs (Music) 

Sitwell, Edith 

Heritage IV (4 films) 

Sitwell, Osbert 

Sir Osbert Sitwell 

Sketching. See Drawing 

Skiing. See Skis and skiing 

Skin 

Healthy skin 

Skin diving ^^, 

Breath of life (Classroom) 
Treasure diving family 

Skis and skiing 

Ski flight to Austria 
Vive le ski 

Slang 

Slang around the world 

Slide rule 
Slide rule 

Slides, Lantern. See Lantern slides 

Sloan, Alfred Pritchard 
Alfred P. Sloan. Jr. 

Small business 

Small business — ^TJ.S.A. 

Smelting. See Metallurgy 

Smith, Thomas Vernor 
Heritage VIII (4 films) 

Smoking. See Cigars 

Snakes 

Facts on snakes 

Snobs and snobbishness 
The snob 

Snow 

Jewels from heaven 

Soap 

Household chemistry 

Soap box derbies 
Faith in boys 
Golden moment (GenMot) 

Social adjustment. See Behavior; Human rela- 
tions 



Social work 

Hundreds of busy feet 

People with a purpose 

See also Charities 

Society of Friends. See Friends, Society of 

Softball 

Softball fundamentals for elementary 
schools 

Soil conservation 

To care for this land 

Soils. See Reclamation of land 

Solar physics. See Sun 

Solar system 

Beyond our solar system 
See also Moon 

Solder and soldering 

Art of soft soldering 

Solubility 

Solubility: dissolving gases, liquids and 
solids 

Sound 

Echoes and ears 
Sound (2 films) 

Sound waves 

Approaching the speed of sound 

Sounding and soundings 

Holiday model DE-122 depth sounder 

South Africa. See Africa, South 

South America 

Geography of South America: five northern 

countries 
Lands of the falling waters 

South Pole. See Antarctic regions 

South Sea Islands. See Oceania 

Southwest, Old 

Spanish colonial family of the Southwest 

Space, Outer. See Outer space 

Space flight 

Doctors in space (13 films) 
Man and the moon 
See also Outer space 

Spain 

Pueblo de Espana 
Spanish tragedy (2 films) 

Spanish America. See Latin America 

Spanish language 

Cumpleanos de Pepita 

Spanish instructo-fllm series (7 films) 

Spanish: introducing the language 

Spanish language films 

Boeing 707 jet transport cabin interior 

mockup 
Pueblo de Espana 
Vamos a Colombia 

Spark plugs 

Story of the modern spark plug 

Speaking. See Public speaking 

Spear fishing 

Men, spears & sea 
Sea of Cortez 



Social ethics. See Citizenship 

Social life and customs. See United States — 
Social life and customs 

Social problems. See Crime and criminals; Im- 
migration and emigration; Migrant labor; 
Public health 

Social psychology. See Race psychology 

Social sciences 

Correlating music with social science in 
the general music class — eighth grade 



Spectacles 

Glass of fashion 

Your changing see -power 

Spectrum. See Light 

Speech. See Language and languages 

Speed 

Fast is not a ladybug 
Speed and reflexes 

Speed, Supersonic. See Aerodynamics. Super- 
sonic 



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Spiders 

iWebs and their weavers 

Spikes. See Nails and spikes 

Spina bifida 
Spina bifida 

Spiritual life 

House that hunter built 
See also Faith 

Spontaneous combustion. See Combustion 

Sports 

©ports thrills of 1957 

uSee also Accident prevention — ^In sports; 
Athletics; Outdoor life; Water sports; aZso 
names of sports (e.g. Baseball; Fishmg; 
Football) 

Spraying 

The swathmaster 

Sputniks. See Satellites, Artiflcial 

Square dancing 

Square dance 5: Texas star 

Squirrels 

Tree- top targets 

Stage. See Theater 

Stage lighting. See Theaters 

Stage scenery. See Theaters 

Stalin, losif 

GEled Czar (Stalan) 

Stars. See Solar system 

State police. See Police. State 

Statesmen. See names of Individual statesmen 

Staunton, Virginia 

Wilson's birthplace 

Steel industry and trade 
Command performance 
Futures in steel 
More than just steel 
iSteel research 
iSteel valley 
iSteel wire for industry 

Steichen, Edward 

Edward Steichen 

Stencil work. See Silk soreen printing 

Stewardship, Christian 

iWhere your heart is 

Stimulants. See Narcotics 
Stockings. See Hosiery 
Stone. See Limestone; Rocks 
Stores. See Cooperative societies 

Stratford-upon-Avon 

Stratford-on-Avon 

StravinskiT, Igor Fedorovich 
Igor Stravinsky 

Street signs. See Signs and signboards 

Street traffic. See Traiflc regulations 

Streets. See Roads 

Strikes and lockouts 

Fourth battle of Winchester 

Stringed instruments. See Violoncello 

Structural drafting. See Mechanical drawing 

Students. See Education 

Style in dress. See Fashion 

Submarine cables. See Cables, Submarine 

Submarine diving. See Diving. Submarine 



Submarines 

Nautilus Arctic 
Torpedo! 

Success 

Cut of your jib ^, ^ ^ 
'Small business — U.S.A. 

Succoth (Feast of Tabernacles). See Sukkoth 

Sugar. See Syrups 

Sukkoth 

Count your blessings 

Summer camps. See Camping 

Sun 

iSun and how It affects us 
See also Solar system 

Supermarkets , ,. , . 

Behind the scenes at the supermarket 

Supervision of employees. See Personnel man- 
agement 

Surf riding. See Water sports 

Surface tensions 
Surface tension 

Survival (after airplane accidents, shipwrecks, 
etc.) 
Survival a,t sea 

Swimming 

iSons of Neptune 
Teaching Johnny to swim 
Training champions 

Switzerland 

Land of blue lakes „ ,, , . 
Mountain holiday in Switzerland 
(Switzerland, land of blue lakes 

Symbolism. See Christian art and symbolism 

Synthetic fabrics. See Textile industry and 
fabrics 

Synthetic products 

Polymers and plastics 
See also Plastics 

Syrups 

Maple syrup 



Table etiquette , , ,^, 

Mealtime manners and health 



Taft-Hartley Act, 
Fourth battle 



1947 

of Winchester 



Tampa 



Florida 
uided tour 



of Tampa, Florida 



Tapa 

Tapa making 

Taxation. See Income tax 

Teacher training. See Teachers 

Teachers 

Teachers? 

Teaching , ^ , , 

Group method in science 

See how they learn 

Your career in elementary teaching 

See also Audio -visual education; Educa- 
tion 

Technical education , ^ ^ 

Wanted: skilled workers — on trade prepara- 
tory training 

Technology 

Technology and you 
See also Chemistry. Technical; Machinery 

Teen-age. See Adolescence 

Tommy's healthy teeth 

Telecommunication. See Cables. Submarine; 
Telephone 



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Telephone 

Conversation crossroads 
Dial the miles 
Making conversation 
Tools of telephony 

Television In advertising 
Smattering of spots 

Tempera painting 

How to make a starch paintmg 

Temperance 

Brain is the reason 
See also Alcoholism 

Tenement houses. See City planning 

Tennis 

Let's take a trip to Forest Hills 

1954 to 1956 outstanding tennis matches from 

U.S. & Europe 
1956 Davis Cup challenge round 

Tests. See Educational tests and measurements 

Texas 

Our Texas heritage 
Yankee spy in Texas 
See also Houston. Texas 

Textile fibers. See Fibers 

Textile industry and fabrics 

Facts about fabrics 
Fibers and civilization 

See also Cotton manufacture and trade; 
Weaving 

Theater 

Hamlet (BaylorU) 
Plays and players (8 films) 
See also Opera; Pantomimes 

Theaters 

Light — as you like it 

Scenery construction for amateur theaters 

Theotocopull, Dominico. See Greco, El 

Therapeutics. See Physical therapy 

Threading machines 
Portable parade 

Three Festivals. See Passover: Shavu'oth 
(Feast of Weeks); Sukkoth 

Thunder. See Lightning 

Tilllch, Paul 

Paul J. Tillich 

Time. See Calendars 

Time study 

Office work sampling demonstration 

Tin miners 

Man of America 

Tire^ 



ircle of confidence 



Titanium 

Airframe parts fabrication with titanium 

Toads 

Life of the spadefoot toad 

Tobacco 

Tobacco for cigars 

Toes. See Foot 

Tomatoes 

Tomato pests 

Tools. See Machinery; Saws 

Toulouse-Lautrec Monfa, Henri Marie Raymond 
de 
Toulouse Lautrec: the night watcher 

Tourist trade. See Travel 

Town planning. See City planning 

Toxicology. See Poisons 

Toynbee, Arnold Joseph 
Arnold Toynbee 



Toys 

Toys of tomorrow 

Trace elements 
Just a trace 

Trade. See Commerce 

Trade schools. See Technical education 

Trade unions. See Labor unions 

Trades. See Occupations 

Traffic accidents 

Action at law (5 films) 

Traffic courts 

Traffic court training (4 films) 

Traffic regulations 
Stripes and signs 

Tragedy 

Sense of tragedy 

Trained nurses. See Nurses and nursing 

Tranqullizing drugs 

Age of the tranquilizer 

New drug for the management of acutely 
disturbed states 

Transformers, Electric. See Electric transform- 
ers 

Transportation 

Development of transportation In the United 
States 
Transportation in the modern world 
Travel in America in the 1840's 

See also Aeronautics, Commercial; 
Bridges; Canals; Ferries; Ocean travel- 
Postal service; Railroads; Roads; Trucks 

Travel 

Innocents abroad 

See also Automobiles — Touring; Ocean 
travel: Voyages and travels 

Travels. See Overland journeys to the Pacific; 
Scientific expeditions 

Tree planting 

How to plant a small shade tree 

Trees 

Life of a tree 

Trees: how we identify them 

See also Forests and forestry; Leaves; 
Lumber and lumbering; Redwood; Tree 
planting 

Trials 

Action at law (5 films) 

Trigonometry 
Trigonometry 

Trout fishing 

Quest for red trout 

Search for sea-run speckleds 

Trucks 

Truck driver 

Trust in God. See Faith 

Truth 

Heritage VHI (4 films) 

Tuberculosis 

Are you positive? 

Tubes 

Easy does it 

Tumors. See Cancer 

Tuna fish 

Tuna clipper 

Turbines. See Gas turbines; Water wheels 

Turkey 

Turkey: a strategic land and it's people 
Turkey of Ataturk 

Tweed ring 

Overthrow of the Tweed ring 

Typesetting. See Printing 



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U.N. See United Nations 

Ulanova, Galina 
Les sylphides 

Union of American Hebrew Congregations 

American morning 

Unions, Labor. See Labor unions 

United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural 
Implement Workers of America 
Prosperity for all 

United Nations ^ „ 

Can the U.N. keep the peace? 

Forgotten Indians 

Israel in the family of nations 

United States 

Empire on parade 

Freedom loving land , ^ . ^ 

Geography of the United States: an Intro - 

di'Ction ^ , 

Mighty fortress, is our God 
Would you rather be an American? 

vSfee also names of regions of the United 
States and groups of states (e.g. New Eng- 
land; Southwest. Old; The West) 

Architecture 
iSee Architecture, American 

Civil service 
See Civil service 

Civilization 
Are Americans civilized? 
Heritage V (5 films) 

Coast Guard 
Sea yields to knowledge 
Weather patrol 

Congress 

Foreign policy in Congress 
From Capitol Hill: party government and 
the United States Congress (8 films) 

Economic conditions 
Colonial shipbuilding and sea trade 

Executive departments 
Light on democracy 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 
Day with the FBI 

Foreign relations 
Foreign policy in Congress 
Red China and the free world 
U S. and U.S.S.R.— conflict or peace? 
U.S. foreign economic policy 
U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East 

History 
Heritage XI (4 films) 
Our nation's roots (26 films) 
Yankee spy in Texas 

History, Economic 
See United States — Economic conditions 

History — Colonial period 
Williamsburg in the American heritage 

See also United States — History — French 
and Indian War, 1755-1763; also names of 
settlements and colonies 

History— French and Indian War, 1755-1763 
French and Indian War 

History — Revolution 
Midnight ride of Paul Revere (Coronet) 

History— 1783-1865 
Spanish colonial family of the Southwest 

History — Civil War 
Heritage XI (4 films) 

History— 1898- 
Attempt to assassinate Theodore Roosevelt 

Immigration and emigration 
Our nation's roots (26 films) 

Information Agency 
Propaganda in the making of foreigm policy 

Mail 

See Postal service 



Military Academy, West Point 
Fitness for leadership 

Religion 
Dr Louis Finkelstein 

Social life and customs 
Christmas on grandfather's farm (1890's) 
Colonial living 
Travel in America in the 1840's 

Territorial expansion 
United States expansion overseas (1893- 

1917) 
Westward growth of our Nation (1803-1853) 

United States (Ship) 

Birth of a superliner 

Universities. See Colleges and universities 

Uranium 

Petrified river 

Urey. Harold Clayton 
Heritage II (6 films) 

Urrabieta Vierge, Daniel. See Vierge, Daniel 
Urrabieta 



Vacation schools. Religious 
Exploring God's wonders 

Vacations 

What a vacation 

Vaccines. See BCQ 

Valery, Paul 

Introduction to the method of Leonardo da 
Vinci 

Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes 

Angler's paradise 

Van Gogh, Vincent. See Gogh, Vincent van 

Varicose veins 
Varicose veins 

Vegetable gardening 

How to start a vegetable garden 

Vegetables. See Tomatoes 

Veins, Varicose. See Varicose veins 

Velocity. See Speed 

Venezuela 

Mile to El Dorado 

Venice 

People of Venice 

Ventilation. See Air conditioning 

Verdi, Giuseppe 

Forza del destino 

Vermeer, Johannes 

Remembrance of time past: Vermeer 

Veterans 

Miracle in Java 

Viaducts. See Bridges 

Vibration. See Sound waves 

Vierge, Daniel Urrabieta 

Draughtsman of everyday events: Daniel 
Vierge 

Views. See names of countries, states, etc. 

Vikings. See Northmen 

Violoncello 

Sonata in B minor, opus 8, for unaccom- 
panied cello, by Kodaly 

Virgin Mary. See Mary, Virgin 

Virgin Islands 
Virgin Islands 



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Virginia 

Colonial living 

Virginia wonderland „. . , „, , , 

See also Jamestown, Virginia; Richmond, 
Virginia; Williamsburg, Virginia 

Vision 

Vision makers 
Your changing see-power 
See also Apparitions 

Visual instruction. See Audio-visual education 

Vitamins 

Sure thing 

Vocabulary 

Word building in our language 

Vocal music. See Opera; Oratorio; Singing 

Vocational education. See Secretaries, Private; 
Technical education 

Vocational guidance 

Fashioning the future 
Job or a calling 

See also names of occupations (e.g. Teach- 
ing) and subjects of interest (e.g. Chemis- 
try) 

Voice. See Public speaking; Singing 

Volcanoes 

Heat — blacksmith of the earth 

Von Braun, Wernher. See Braun, Wernher von 

Voyages and travels 

Across the seven seas 

See also Antarctic regions; Ocean travel- 
Overland journeys to the Pacific; Scientific 
expeditions; Seafaring life 



Wages 



higher wages cause higher prices? 



Walking 

Hiking the Appalachian Trail 

War veterans. See Veterans 

Warble flies. See Flies 

Washing machines 

Basic principles of washers 

Washington, D.C. 

City in trouble 

Waste, Disposal of. See Refuse and refuse dis- 
posal 

Water 

Freezing, melting, boiling 

Water pressure 

Water — sculptor of the land 

See also Rain and rainfall; Sea-water; 
Snow; Waterfalls 

Water animals. See Fresh-water animals 

Water colors 

Water color painting in the world of art 

Water conservation. See Water supply 

Water power. See Water wheels 

Water scorpions 

Floatin' the Buffalo and the water scorpion 

Water skiing. See Water sports 

Water sports 

Sea sports 

Water champs 

Water safety (TennGame&Fish) 

Water ski tips 

Water skiing 

See also Boats and boating; Canoes and 
canoeing; Fishing; Sailing; Skin diving; 
Swimming 

Water supply 

Mountain waters 
Water for the community 
Water, lifeblood of the West 
See also Dams; Irrigation 



Water wheels 

Water wheels 

Waterfalls 

Fall Creek Falls 

Lands of the falling waters 

Waterpipes. See Pipe 

Waterways. See Canals 

Watson, Ernest W. 
Pencil sketching 

Weather. See Climate; Evaporation; Humidity; 
Rain and rainfall 

Weather forecasting 
Weather patrol 

Weaving 

How to make a simple loom and weave 

Wedges 

Wedges 

Weeds. See Quack grass 
Weight control. See Diet 

Weights and measures 

Use of the analytical balance 
See also Metric system 

Welding. See Solder and soldering 

Well boring. See Boring 

Wells. See Gas, Natural; Petroleum 

The West 

Westward growth of our Nation (1803-1853) 

West Indies 

New nation in the West Indies (4 films) 
West Indies: geography of the Americas 
See also Caribbean area 



imy. 

. W( 



States — Military Academy, West Point 

Western Electric Company, Inc. 
Tools of telephony 

Whaling 

Whale hunt 

Wheat. See Flour and flour mills 

Wheelock, John Hall 
John Hall Wheelock 

Wheels 

Wheels 
See also Water wheels 

Whitman, Walt 

Walt Whitman: background for his works 

Whitney, James 

James Whitney's studies in motion for film 
Yantra study 

Wild animals. See Animals 

Wild life conservation 

Boy and the mountains 
Exploring the farmland 

See also Forests and forestry; Natural 
resources 

Wiley, Hugh 
Wiley works 

Williamsburg, Virginia 

America's Williamsburg 

Chinese village 

Williamsburg in the American heritage 

Wilson, Woodrow 

Wilson's birthplace 

Window gardening. See House plants 

Windows 

Windowalls from the friendly valley 
See also Show windows 

Winter 

Birds in winter (BBF) 
Winter woods 



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winter sports. See Skis and skiing 

Wire 

Steel wire for industry- 
Wire rope 

Quality unlimited 

Wit and humor 

Sense of humor 
See also Cartoons and caricatures 

Witnesses 

Missing witness 

Wood. See Forests and forestry; Ltunber and 
lumbering 

Wood carving 

Sculptor carves a giant 

Wood sculpture in the world of art 

Wood pulp 

Your career in pulp manufacturing 

Woodpeckers 

Woodpecker gets ready 



for winter 



Word of Life Fellowship 
Teenager 

Words. See Vocabulary 

Work 

Nature of work (6 films) 
What do father do? 
See nUo Rest periods 

Work sampling. See Time study 

Working classes. See Labor and laboring classes 

Working Women's Council 
Road to tomorrow 

World politics. See European War. 1914-1918: 
International relations; United States — For- 
eign relations; World War, 1939-1945 

World War, 1914-1918. See European War. 1914- 
1918 

World War, 1939-1945 
Air power (26 films) 
How war came to Asia (2 films) 
How war came to Europe 
Torpedo! 

Wrapping of gifts. See Gift wrapping 

Wrestling. See Jiujitsu 



Wright, Frank Lloyd 
Frank Lloyd Wright 

Writers. See names of individual writers 

Writing 

Written word (15 films) 

Wu, Tsai-yen 

Finger painting of Wu Tsai Yen 

Wyoming 

Wyoming's wonderful waterways 



Yacht racing. See Boat racing 

Yachts and yachting. See Sailing 

Yarra River 

Valley of the Yarra 

Yom Kippur 

With all thy heart 

Yosemite National Park 

Yosemite: end of the rainbow 
Yosemite — valley of light 
Yosemite wonderland 

Young Women's Christian Association 
No man is an island (YWCA) 

Youth 

From dream to reality 
Green horizons 
Three girls 
Young living 

See also Adolescence 

Youth Aliyah 

It is good to be alive 



Zanzibar 

Ports of call 

Zionist Organization of America 
ZOA in Israel 

Zoological gardens 

Day at the zoo (AustrlNews) 

Zoology. See Animals; Birds; Evolutions; Fos- 
sils; Mammals; Plankton 

Zoology, Economic. See Insects, Injurious and 
beneficial 



Zoos. See Zoological gardens 



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Part 3. DIRECTORY OF MAIN SOURCES 

This directory contains only the sources which have films listed in this supplement. 
It is keyed to the abbreviation which follows the title of the film in Part 1, the 
Alphabetical Title List. 



AFL-CIO American Federation of Labor- Con- 
gress of Industrial Organizations. Educa- 
tional Dept.. 815 16th St.. N.W.. Washing- 
ton 6. D.C. 

Alaska RR Alaska Railroad. Anchorage. Alaska 
Branch offices in Washington. D.C. Seattle 

Aluma Aluma Craft Boat Co.. 1515 Central 
Ave., N.E,, Minneapolis 

Am&NatL American & National Leagues. Mo- 
tion Picture Div.. 64 E. Jackson Blvd.. Chi- 

Also distributed by Spalding and local base- 
ball clubs 

Am Baptist American Baptist Convention. Film 
Dept.. 152 Madison Ave.. New York 16 

Branch offices in Berkeley, Calif, and Chi- 
cago 

Ambrosch Harold C. Ambrosch Film Produc- 
tions. P.O. Box 98. Glendale. Calif. 

AmCancer American Cancer Society. 521 W. 
57th St.. New York 19 

AmFriendsHebU American Friends of the He- 
brew University. 9 E. 89th St.. New York 28 

Am Heart American Heart Assn.. 44 E. 23rd St.. 
New York , , , 

Films are available from local heart asso- 
ciations 

AmHosp American Hospital Assn.. Film Desk. 
840 N. Lake Shore Dr.. Chicago 11 

Am Inst Arch American Institute of Architects. 
1735 New York Ave.. N.W.. Washington 6. 
D.C. 

AmJewComm American Jewish Joint Distri- 
bution Committee. Inc.. 270 Madison Ave.. 
New York 16 

AmJewCong American Jewish Congress. 15 E. 
84th St.. New York 28 

AmPhysTher American Physical Therapy 
Assn.. 1790 Broadway. New York 19 

AmRedCross American National Red Cross 
Requests should be made to the nearest 
American National Red Cross chapter 

Am Ref Judaism Combined Campaign for Amer- 
ican Reform Judaism. 838 5th Ave.. New York 
21 

AmSoclntDes American Society of Interior De- 
sign. 12 E. 41st St.. Suite 601. New York 

AmViscose American Viscose Corp.. 350 5th 
Ave.. New York 1 

Anti-Def Anti -Defamation League of B'nai 
B'rith. 515 Madison Ave.. New York 22 
Branch office in San Francisco 

Asbestos Asbestos -Cement Products Assn.. 509 
Madison Ave.. New York 22 

Assn Association Films. Inc.. 347 Madison Ave.. 
New York 17 .. ^ ^ 

Branch offices in Ridgefleld. N.J.. La 
Grange. 111., San Francisco and Dallas 

Athletic The Athletic Institute. 209 S. State 
St.. Chicago 4 

Atlantis Atlantis Productions. Inc.. 7967 Sun- 
set Blvd.. Hollywood 46. Calif. 

Audi vision Audivision Language Teaching Ser- 
vice. 100 Church St.. Suite 1852. New York 7 

Austin Austin Productions. Inc.. 232^,^ N. Main 
St.. Lima. Ohio 

AustrlNews Australian News & Information 
Bureau. Films Dept.. 630 5th Ave.. New York 
20 

Auton Autonetics. Motion Picture Dept.. Bell- 
flower. Calif. 

Avis Avis Films. P.O. Box 643. Burbank. Calif. 



B&FComm Broadcasting and Film Commission. 
National Council of Churches. 220 Fifth Ave.. 
New York 1 

Bailey Bailey Films. Inc.. 6509 De Longpre 
Ave.. Hollywood 28. Calif. 

BallStTC Ball State Teachers College. Teach- 
ing Materials Service. Munice. Ind. 



BaptistBk Baptist Book Store. 127 9th Ave., 
N.. Nashville 3.. Tenn. 
Additional stores located in other cities 

Baptists Baptist Sunday School Board. 127 9th 
Ave.. N.. Nashville 3. Tenn. 

Barbre Thomas J. Barbre Motion Picture Pro- 
ductions, 1215 E. Virginia Ave.. Denver 9 

Barr Arthur Barr Productions. 1265 Bresee 
Ave.. Pasadena. Calif. 

BaylorU Baylor Theater. Waco. Tex. 

Bellefaire Belief aire. 22001 Fairmount Blvd., 
Cleveland 18 

BellTel Bell Telephone System 

Apply to local Bell Telephone Company 
offices for address of regional area distribu- 
tion; or the American Telephone and Tele- 
graph Co.. Motion Picture Section. 195 
Broadway. New York 7 

Benner Thomas E, Benner. 22 Baker Dr., 
Urbana. 111. 

BetterVIs Better Vision Institute. Inc., 630 
5th Ave.. New York 20 

Boeing Boeing Airplane Co.. Box 3707. Seattle 
24 

BoyS Boy Scouts of America. Visual Educa- 
tion Service. National Council. New Bruns- 
wick. N.J. 

Brandon Brandon Films. Inc.. 200 W. 57th St., 
New York 19 

Bray Bray Studios, Inc., 729 7th Ave., New 
York 19 

BuffaloU University of Buffalo. Audio-Visual 
Center, 3435 Main St., Buffalo 14. N.Y, 



COMMA COMMA 1104 Fair Oaks Ave.. So. 

Pasadena. Calif. 
CalifU University of California, University 

Extension. Educational Film Sales Dept., 

Los Angeles 24 
Calvin Calvin Co.. Inc.. 1105 Truman Rd.. 

Kansas City 6. Mo. 
Cambridge Cambridge Films. 1396 Main St., 

Waltham 54. Mass. 
CanNFB National Film Board of Canada, 

Canada House, 680 5th Ave.. New York 19 
CanPac Canadian Pacific Railway Co.. 581 

5th Ave.. New York 17. Attn: P.T. Cole 
Offices in 18 large cities in U.S. 
CanTrav Canadian Travel Film Library, 

Canada House. 680 5th Ave.. New York 19 
Carbor Carborundum Co.. Box 337, Niagara 

Falls. N.Y. 
Carey Carey-Swain. Inc., 1938 Laurel St., 

P.O. Box 2384, Sarasota. Fla. 
Cassyd Syd Cassyd Productions. 917 S. Tre- 

maine. Los Angeles 19 
Cates Florine Cates. 385 Dexter St.. Denver 
ChampSpark Champion Spark Plug Co., 900 

Upton St.. Toledo 1 
Chance Chance Vought Aircraft. Inc., Dallas 
ChiTrIb Chicago Tribune. Motion Picture Bu- 
reau, 33 W. Madison St., Chicago 2 
C h of C- Red on do Chamber of Commerce. Re- 

dondo Beach. Calif. 
Christoph The Christophers, Inc., Film Dept., 

18 E. 48th St.. New Yrok 7 
Church-Cr Church-Craft Pictures. Inc.. 3312 

Lindell Blvd., St. Louis 3 
Churchill Churchill -Wexler Film Productions. 

801 N. Seward St., Los Angeles 38 
ChurchWorld Church World Service. 215 4th 

Ave.. New York 3 

Also apply to denominational relief agen- 
cies 
Cine-Tele Cine-Tele Productions. 6325 Santa 

Monica Blvd.. Hollywood 38. Calif. 
CitiesServ Cities Service Oil Co.. 70 Pine St., 

New York 
Classroom Classroom Film Distributors, Inc., 

201 N< Occidental Blvd.. Lo4 Angeles 26 



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Coca-Cola Available from local Coca-Cola 
Bottlers 

ColoHealth Colorado State Dept. of Public 

^Health. 414 State Office Bldgr., Denver 2 

ColonialWms Colonial Williamsburer, Inc.. Au- 
dio-Visual Dept., Williamsburg, Va. 

CompAip Compressed Air and Gas Institute, 
1400 Terminal Tower. Cleveland 

Concordia Concordia Films, 3558 S. Jefferson 
Ave., St. Louis 18 

ConnU University of Connecticut, Audio- Visual 
Center, Storrs, Conn. 

ConservBaptist Conservative Baptist Foreign 



5ion Society, P.O. Box 5, Wheaton. 111. 
Contem Contemporary Films, Inc., 267 W. 25th 

St., New York 1 

Branch office in Evanston, 111. 
CoopLeague Cooperative League of U.S.A., 343 

S. Dearborn St., Chicago 4 
Coronet Coronet Instructional Films, 65 B. 

South Water St.. Chicago 1 
CreatSoc Creative Film Society, 1700 N. Lima 

St.. Burbank, Calif. 
Crusade Crusade for Freedom, Inc., 345 E. 46th 

St., New York 17 



Daggett Avalon Daggett Productions, 441 N. 

Orange Dr., Los Angeles 36 
Dartnell Dartnell Corp., 4660 Ravenswood Ave., 

Chicago 40 
Davey Davey Tree Expert Co., 117 S. Water 

St.. Kent. Ohio 
DavisProd Davis Productions, Box 512, Cary, 

Davis.Sid Sid Davis Productions. 1418 N. High- 
land Ave., Hollywood 28. Calif. 

DesMReg Des Moines Register & Tribune, 
General Advertising Dept., Des Moines, la. 

DetroitPS Detroit Public Schools, Supervisor 
of Inter- American Studies, 467 Hancock W., 
Detroit 

Deusing Murl Deusing Film Productions, 1 Oak 

Knoll Park. St. Louis 5 
Disney Walt Disney Productions. Educational 

Film Div., 2400 W. Alameda Ave.. Burbank. 

Calif. 
DoAII DoAll Co.. 254 N. Laurel Ave.. Des 

Plaines. 111. 
Dowling Pat Dowling Pictures, 1056 S. Robert- 
son Blvd., Los Angeles 35 
DuPont E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc. 

Motion Picture Distribution. Advertising 

Dept.. Wilmington 98. Del. 



EBF Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. Inc.. 

1150 Wilmette Ave., Wilmette. 111. 
Branch offices in Atlanta. Ga., Dallas. Tex.. 

Hollywood, Calif., Minneapolis, New York, 

Portland. Ore. 
Eastman Eastman Kodak Co.. Audio-Visual 

Service, 343 State St.. Rochester 4. N.Y. 
Same address for their Camera Club & 

School Service 
Editorial Editorial Films. Inc.. 527 Madison 

Ave.. Suite 301. New York 22 
EducFlmEnt Educational Film Enterprises, 

Inc., 500 N. Wilcox Ave., Los Angeles 4 
EducHor Educational Horizons, 3015 Dolores 

St., Los Angeles 65 
EducServ Educational Services, 1730 Eye St., 

N.W., Washington 6. D.C. 



Fairweather Fairweather Films, Room 112, 
Baker Library. Soldiers Field, Boston 63 

Family Family Films, Inc.. 5823 Santa Monica 
Blvd.. Hollywood 38. Calif. 

Feature Feature Story Film Productions. Box 
405, Clermont, Fla. 

FedJewPhil Federation of Jewish Philan- 
thropies, 130 E. 59th St., New York 

Fed Post Federal Postal Employees Assn., 444 
Sherman St., Denver 3 

FilmAssoc Film Associates of California, 11014 
Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles 25 

Filmlm Film Images, Inc., 1860 Broadway. 
New York 23 

FilmProd Film Productions Co.. 4510 Excelsior 
Blvd.. Minneapolis 



^'!Hl?'^«o w^^?l?u^J. ^¥r Nations Distributors, 
Inc., 62 W. 45th St., New York 36 

'^'AL®^ ,F^?i®y Films, 6926 Mansfield Rd., Falls 
Church, Va. 

FirstNat-MInn First National Bank, Min- 
neapolis 

FloridaStU Florida State University. University 
Broadcastmg Services, 116 Music Bldg., Talla- 

'^°r|;^^ F^rd. Motor Co.. Motion Picture Dept., 
The American Rd.. Dearborn. Mich. 
Libraries in Oakland, Calif, and New York 

Franciscan Franciscan Films, 950 Columbus 
Ave.. San Francisco 

'^')?"i^^T7.^ French American Cultural Services 
and Educational Aid. 972 5th Ave., New York 



Gateway Gateway Productions, 1859 Powell St . 
ban Francisco 11 

^li^Sn'wo,.^^."®^/ J^'l¥-' I*^^- Film Library, 
9200 Wayzata Blvd., Minneapolis 26 

Gen Mot General Motors Corp.. Public Rela- 
tions Dept. 3044 W. Grand Blvd. Detroft 2 
Branch offices in San Francisco and New 

^'lis,%^0^ sfTyt,''ie^\Sk%f' ^"<l--Vi-al 

''slHnTGr?if::pS}''''^''^' C«- ^""^ Service, 

^d^ale l?'cafif^""^^' "^^^^ Grandview Ave., Glen- 

^R^^n'*;?ty,^£t'i'^®T?''^* ^^Stl^ute of America. Inc., 
630 5th Ave., Room 1718, New York 20 

^'qpr*t,Vo-^°^^ii ^??ek Embassy, Information 

wiIhfngto'n'''D.C^^''^"^"^""^ ^^^- ^-W.. 

^ OcafJ^Flk ^"^*^^^ '^^"^ Productions, Box 107, 

^New ?ork^22^'""^ ^°- ^"^- ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^■' 



'^^ofif!^^ Hadassah-the Women's Zionist Or- 
Yo?k 22 ^^*" ^^ ^- ^^""^ St., New 

"lyrTcusJ'i'^iy.Y^- ''^^'°^' ''' '^^^^^^^ ^^- 
"^New^Y'^k -^^^^^^ Harrison. 1501 Broadway. 

•^o^stonPort Port of Houston, Box 2562, Hous- 



ILGVyU International Ladies' Garment Work- 
New Yort?'l 9 ^^^^'^"^ ^^^^- -^^^^ Broadway, 

'^St' Chf^igo^i^"^^^' ^"^•' ^^ ^* South Water 

Branch offices in other cities 
IdealCement Ideal Cement Co., Public Rela- 
tions Dept.. Denver National Bldg.. Denver 
'^Yoi5i°10 ^^^^^ ^^^ Corp., 200 5th Ave., New 

IllCentral Illinois Central Railroad Co.. Audio- 
Visual Services. 135 E. 11th PI.. Chicago 5 

^"?}i Indiana University, Audio-Visual Cen- 
ter. Bloomington. Ind. 

I "sulatipn Insulation Board Institute. Ill W. 
Washington St.. Chicago 2 

'"l?n"?T International Business Machines Corp., 
590 Madison Ave., New York 

'"tT 'iloiiL ^'i,^e''J;'^^>?J^^l ^"m Bureau, Inc., 57 
hi. Jackson Blvd., Chicago 4 

OMar?o^ office: 19 Fairmount Ave.. Ottawa. 

'"a^^xT Jr^H^?^*^i9nal Labor Office. 917 15th 

St., N.W.. Washington 5. D.C. 
IntMin International Minerals & Chemical 

D??ChTcago%^^^^"°"^ ^^P^- 20 N. wfckS 

'^T^y^^ fr^^^®,^"^versity of Iowa. Bureau of 
Audio-Visual Instruction, Iowa City, la 



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DIRECTORY OF MAIN SOURCES 



Jacobs Max H. Jacobs Agency. P.O. Box 6093, 

Houston 6, Tex. 
JewishChaut Jewish Chautauqua Society, 838 

5th Ave.. New York 21 
Johns- M Johns-ManVille Sales Corp., 22 E. 40th 

St.. New York 16 
Branch offices in other cities 
Johnson Mot Johnson Motors, Pershing Rd., 

Waukegan. 111. 



KaiserAlum Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical 
Corp., 300 Park Ave.. New York 

KansasAg State Board of Agriculture. Market- 
ing Div., Topeka. Kan. 

Kent Kent Lane Films. Inc., 1253 South 3d, 
Louisville 3. Ky. 

Kessler Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, 
Pleasant Valley Way. West Orange, N.J. 

Kugler Laurence E. Kugler, 2311 Dudley St., 
Pasadena, Calif. 



Leo -Costa Leo-Costa Film Productions, 2178 
Barnum Ave., Stratford, Conn. 

Lesser Irving M. Lesser Presentation. 1270 
Ave. of the Americas, New York 20 

LoneStarSteel Lone Star Steel Co.. Public Re- 
lations Dept, P.O. Box 12226. Dallas 



McCarty McCarty Co.. Medical Arts Bldg.. 

Seattle 1 
McGraw McGraw-Hill Book Co.. , Text-Film 

Dept.. 330 W. 42nd St.. New York 36 
MarqUPr Marquette University Press. 1131 W. 

Wisconsin Ave.. Milwaukee 3 
MichCons Michigan Dept. of Conservation. Film 

Loan Service, Lansing 26, Mich. 
MichHealth Michigan Dept. of Health. Visual 

Education Dept., Highway M-174, Lansing, 

Mich. 
MichStU Michigan State University, Coopera- 
tive Extension Service, Agricultural Hall, 

Room 10, E. Lansing. Mich. 
MichTour Michigan Tourist Council. Stevens 

T. Mason Bldg., Lansing 26. Mich. 
MillerBrew Miller Brewing Co., Sports Pronio- 

tion Dept.. 4000 W. State St., Milwaukee 1 
Mi Her- Wood Miller- Wood Productions. 20417 

Calif a St.. Woodland Hills. Calif. 
MiniaPrec Miniature Precision Bearings, Inc., 

Engineering Dept., Keene. N.H. 
MissStHwy Mississippi State Highway Dept.. 

Jackson, Miss. 
MissU University of Mississippi. Dept. of TV, 

Film and Radio, University. Miss. 
ModernTP Modern Talking Picture Service, 

Inc., 3 E. 54th St.. New York 22 
Film libraries in other cities 
MonroeAuto Monroe Auto Equipment Co., 

Monroe. Mich. 
Moody Moody Institute of Science. 11428 Santa 

Monica Blvd., Los Angeles 25 
Moral Moral Re-Armament, 838 S. Flower St., 

Los Angeles 17 
Moyer Martin Moyer Productions. 900 Federal 

Ave., Seattle 2 



NatFd National Foundation for Infantile Paral- 
ysis. 301 E. 42nd St., New York 17 

NatFuneral National Funeral Directors Assn. 
of the U.S., Inc., 135 W. Wells St., Mil- 
waukee 1 

NatLablsrael National Committee for Labor 
Israel, 33 E. 67th St., New York 21 

NatMfrs National Assn. of Manufacturers, Film 
Bureau, 2 E. 48th St., New York 17 
Branch offices in other cities 

NatMultScI National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 
257 4th Ave., New York 10 

N at Postal ^ National Postal Transport Assn., 
Labor Education Dept., 1300 Connecticut Ave., 
N.W., Suite 403. Washington 6. D.C. 

NatSafety National Safety Council, 425 N. 
Michigan Ave., Chicago 11 

NatSocCrip National Society for Crippled Chil- 
dren «& Adults, 11 S. LaSalle St., Chicago 3 
Branch office in N.Y. 

NatTB National Tuberculosis Assn., 1790 
Broadway, New York 19 

Films available on loan through local 
Tuberculosis Associations 

■^^^^^JJ^ National WCTU Publishing House, 
1730 Chicago Ave.. Evanston. 111. 

NETNETfilm Service. Indiana University, 
Audiu-VIsual Center. Bloomington. Ind, 

Neubachep Neubacher Productions. 10609 Brad- 
bury Rd.. Los Angeles 64 

NewarkSpecEd Newark Board of Education, 
V?P*- o.°^« Special Education. Audio-Visual 
Aids. 31 Green St.. Newark 2, N.J. 

NewHollMach New Holland Machine Co., Mo- 
tion Picture Dept., New Holland, Pa. 

^ioV^a'^^Y ^°f*^, American Aviation. Inc., 

12214 Lakewood Blvd., Downey, Calif. 
NOgPthem ^Northern Films, 1947 14th Ave.. N.. 

NorthwestU Northwestern University, Film Li- 
brary. Speech Annex 1. Evanston. 111. 

■^Yx^ 1,^^^ ^^^ University Film Library, 26 
Washington PI.. New York 3 <^ y, "» 

NZealEmb New Zealand Embassy, 19 Observa- 
tory Circle, N.W., Washington 8, dVc. 

O'NeM O'Neil-Irwin Mfg. Co., Motion Picture 
Section. 300 8th Ave.. Lake City. Minn 

°1iffe Ohf^ ^^^' ^°" ^^^^ ^' ^^^^^ ®*- ^^^^■ 



PellaSales „Pella Sales Co.. Ill New Mont- 
gomery, San Francisco 

Pe""StU Pennsylvania State University 
Audio-Visual Aids Library. University Par& 

"^ bo^t S^r^Jg^Wo"'^ "^^'^"^ ^^"^"^^«' ^'^^^ 
'^siattle^l"^® ^""^ ^°- ^^^^ Fremont Ave.,. 
''NewTork^lr^^'* Women. 29 E. 22nd St., 
^'York^l?" ^^«<^^ctions, 7 E. 44th St., New 

Branch office in Hollywood. Calif 
■"■D?.''."<?akra'SflT'^|„?'<='"^=- «^" ''r'«>™h"l 
"Lafl^'itterS^"* University. Film Library. 



NarcotlcEduc Narcotic Educational Foimdation 
of America, 1645 N. La Brea Ave., Los 
Angeles 28 

Nat Acad Jew National Academy for Adult Jew- 
ish Studies of the United Synagogue of 
America, 1109 5th Ave., New York 28 

NatCotton National Cotton Council. Audio- 
Visual Dept., 1918 N. Parkway, Memphis 12, 
Tenn. 

Nat Ed Ass n National Education Assn., Publica- 
tion Sales, 1201 16th St.. N.W., Washing- 
ton 6. D.C. 

NatEdFlms National Educational Films, Inc., 
165 W. 46th St., New York 36 

NatEng&Boat Nat'l. Ass'n. of Engine & Boat 
Mfrs., Inc., Film Dept.. 420 Lexington Ave., 
New York 17 



" N^w^YoS^fi ^'"^"t^^es. Inc.. 350 W. 4th St.. 
"¥o?k*36^^'^''^ ^""'^' ^^^ W- ^^^^ St.. New 
" vi?sit?^^iy^g^elTtle^l°'"^^ ^°- ''''-'' Uni- 

"1?l5t^.?"wSi?^^?4.^i?^s^^- ^-^"<^ ^-'-«o- 

'''So^'iJwo''cJl'r8^^a'l^?^^"^"«' ''^' ^^'^^ ^ve.. 
'^i^Ten^ar^^^eSlarc^h^^Sv.^ SSSfsy?l?e fll^^^^^ 
"" S*f'"Sl.'o^okf/n'¥o"'^JiV""^ ^°^^" 1^12 E. 17th 
"""S^l, SSS'n?ap?li?li^^^^^*^^«' ^^10 Wayzata 



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Schulman Samuel Lawrence Schulman Pro- 
ductions. Inc.. New Hope. Pa. 
Scripture Scripture Press. Film Dept.. 1825 

College Ave.. Wheaton. 111. 
Serralnt Serra International, 38 S. Dearborn 

St.. Chicago 3 
SharonSteel Sharon Steel Corp.. Sharon. Pa, 
Shell Shell Oil Co.. Public Relations Dept., 

50 W. 50th St.. New York 20 
Si mm el Simmel Meservey, Inc.. 9113 W. Pico 

Blvd., Los Angeles 35 
Simonds Simonds Abrasive Co.. Tacony & 

Fraley Sts.. Philadelphia 37 
Branch offices in other cities 
Sinclair Sinclair Refining Co.. Sales Promotion 

Dept.. 600 5th Ave.. New York 20 . 
Branch ofHces in Atlanta. Ga.. Baltiniore, 

Chicago. Denver. Kansas City. Mo., and Fort 

Worth. Tex. 
SocialSci Social Science Films. 2395 Hamp- 
ton. St. Louis 
Socony Socony Mobil Oil Co.. Inc.. Film Li- 
brary, 150 E. 42nd St., New York 17 
Southern Pine Southern Pine Assn., Box 1170, 

New Orleans. La. 
Spalding A.G. Spalding & Bros.. Meadow St., 

Chicopee. Mass. .^, ^, i. ^ ^v tt o 

Branches in cities throughout the U.S. 
Sterling Sterling Educational Films. 43 W. 

61st St.. New York 23 
Sterl-MovUSA Sterling-Movies U.S.A., 43 W. 

61st St.. New York 23 
Strauss Henry Strauss & Co.. Inc.. 31 W. 53rd 

St.. New York 19 
SuperElec Superior Electric Co.. Dept. F-I. 

Bristol. Conn. 
SwankMP Swank Motion Pictures, Inc.. 621 N. 

Skinker Blvd.. St. Louis 5 
Swissair Swiss Air Lines. Public Relations 

Dept.. 10 W. 49th St.. New York 
SwissTour Swiss National Tourist OfHce, 10 

W. 49th St.. New York 20 



TFC Teaching Film Custodians. Inc.. 25 W. 
43rd St.. New York 63 ^ 

Films may be used for classroom purposes 
only 

Tandy Tandy Leather Co.. P.O. Box 791. Ft. 
Worth. Tex. 

TeachCol Teachers College. Bureau of Pub- 
lications, 525 W. 120th St.. New York 27 

Telecine Telecine Film Studios. Inc.. 100 S. 
Northwest Highway. Park Ridge. 111. 

TennGame&Fish Tennessee Game & Fish 
Commission, Cordell Hull Bldg., Room 228, 
Nashville. Tenn, 

TexasU Visual Instruction Bureau, Univer- 
sity of Texas. Austin 12. Tex. 

TexasU. Petr Texas University, Petroleum 
Extension Service. Box 8024. University Sta- 
tion. Austin 12. Tex. 

Thome Thorne Films. Inc., 1707 Hillside Rd.. 
Boulder. Colo. 

Trans-W Trans-World Films. Inc.. 53 W. 
Jackson Blvd., Room 530. Chicago 4 



UW United World Films. Inc.. 1445 Park Ave.. 

New York 29 
Branch ofHces in Atlanta. Ga., Chicago, 

Dallas. Tex., Los Angeles. Miami. Fla.. and 

Portland, Ore. 
UNFIm United Nations. Film Div.. 42nd St. 

& 1st Ave., Room 1054. New York 17 
Union Am Heb Union of American Hebrew 

Congregations. Dept. of Audio- Visual Aids., 

838 5th Ave.. New York 21 
United Isr United Israel Appeal. 18 E. 66th 

St.. New York 21 
Unusual Unusual Films, Bob Jones University, 

Greenville. S.C. 
US Brew United States Brewers Foundation. 

535 5th Ave.. New York 17 
USSteel United States Steel Corp., 525 Wm. 

Penn PI.. Pittsburgh 30 



Vavin Vavin Incorporated. 236 E, 46th St.. 
New York 17 

Venard Venard Organization. 113 N. Madison 
Ave.. Peoria. Ill, 

Virginia-Consv Virginia Dept. of Conserva- 
tion & Development. Div. of Public Rela- 
tions & Advertising. State Office Bldg.. Room 
820. Richmond. Va. 

Virginia- Ed Virginia Dept. of Education. 
Film Production Service, State Office Bldg., 
Richmond. Va. 

Virginia Poly Virginia Polytechnic Institute 
Film Library. Sandy Hall. Blacksburg. Va. 



Westing Westinghouse Electric Corp.. Film 
Div.. *3 Gateway Center. Pittsburgh 30 

WestResU Western Reserve University. Cen- 
ter for Documentation & Communication 
Research. School of Library Science, , Cleve- 
land 6 

Wilcox Roy Wilcox Productions, Inc.. Allen 
Hill. Meriden. Conn. 

Wiremold Wiremold Co.. Hartofrd 10. Conn. 
Branch offices in Boston. Chicago and New 
srork 

WisU University of Wisconsin. Bureau of 
Audio-Visual Instruction, 1312 W. Johnson 
St.. Madison 6. Wis. 

Women 'sAmORT Women's American ORT. 
212 5th Ave.. New York 10 

Word Word of Life Film Library, 12 Indiana 
St.. Hicksville. N.Y. 

World World Affairs Center for the U.S., 
U.N. Plaza at 47th St.. New York 17 

World Hop World Horizon Films. MaryknoU 
P.O.. MaryknoU. N.Y. 

Worldwide World Wide Pictures, P.O. Box 
1055. Sherman Oaks. Calif. 

Wyeth Wyeth Laboratories. Inc.. Film Li- 
brary, P.O. Box 8299. Philadelphia 



YWCA National Board Young Women's Chris- 
tian Assn., Public Information Dept,, 600 
Lexington Ave.. New York 22 



UAW UAW Education Dept,. Film Div.. 8000 
E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit 14 

USD A U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. Motion Pic- 
ture Service. Washington 25. D.C. 



Zionist Zionist Organization of America, 145 
E. 32nd St.. New York 16 



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This 1962 Annual Supplement, which contains 1,467 films, is to be used with the 
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ing it The subjects used are based upon Sears List of Subject Headings, Cross- 
references to more specific subjects or related subjects are provided where needed. 

Part 3. Directory of Main Sources. The abbreviations used for the main 
sources in die alphabetical Title List are given with full names and addresses. 

A sample entry in the Title List is analyzed below: 

YOU AND YOUR LIBRARY. C-BEduc 1962 
lOmin sd color $125. rent $10 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Photographed at the new Acadia. Cali- 
fornia Public Library. Demonstrates use of 
the extensive research and information media 
provided by modern public libraries. Outlines 
procedures used by a high school boy and girl 
in selecting information to be used in a re- 
search project entitled, "The Continent of 
Africa." Uses Dewey-Decimal System, Reader's 
Guide. Encyclopedia, pamphlets, mag-azines. still 
pictures, phonograph records, and motion pic- 
tures as reference material. Intersperses actual 
scenes and sounds of Africa in the film 

This sample entry includes the title of the film, "YOU AND YOUR LIBRARY" ; 
its main source (abbreviated), "C-BEduc"; the year of release, "1962"; running 
time, "lOmin"; the fact that it is a sound film "sd" ; the purchase price ($125) and 
the rental fee ($10) for a color print. The abbreviations /fi-sfc-c-od indicate the 
interest levels for which the film is intended (see key below). 

The main paragraph is a brief factual description of the contents of the filnv 
This is followed by the Library of Congress (LC) catalog card number and the 
Educational Film Library Association (EFLA) evaluation card number whenever 
these are available. 

Sources. For purposes of ordering films reference should be made from the 
abbreviation which follows the title to Part 3, Directory of Main Sources, in the 
back pages. Orders for films should be sent directly to the source — The H. W. 
Wilson Company does not rent or sell films. 

Prices. When only one figure is given for the price, this represents the porcfcose 
price. The word rent precedes a rental charge (usually not including postage) for the 
use of the film for one day. Free-loon signifies there is no charge for tlie use of the 
film (although the borrower may have to pay postage) and the film must be returned 
to the source. Purchose apply and renf apply are used when the source does not 
wish to specify price. All price information is obtained from the main source. Prices 
and sources are subject to change without notice. 



ABBREVIATIONS IHTEREST LEVELS 



b&w 

rev 
sd 



black and white 


P 


primary (K-3) 




el 


elementary (4-6) 


revised 


jh 


jimior high (7-9) 


sound 


sh 


senior high (10-12) 




c 


college 


silent 


ad 


adult 



DO NOT SEND ORDERS FOR FILMS TO THE H. W. WILSON COMPANY 
SEE "DIRECTORY OF MAIN SOURCES" ON BACK PAGES 



IN 



Educational Film Guide 

1962 Annual Supplement 
Part 1. Alphabetical Title List 



THE ABC OF BABY SITTING. Davls.Sld 1962 

lOmin sd b&w $60. color $120 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Tells the story of a teenage sitter and 

acquaints the viewer with the many rules of 

safety that must be observed if he or she is 

going to be a competent, well informed sitter 

A LA DecOUVERTE DE LA FRANCE. See 
TRAVELLING THROUGH FRANCE— I 

ABOUT TIME. BellTel 1962 59min sd color 
(Science ser) free- loan 

sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by Warner Bros, for American 
Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Traces man's efforts to measure time 
accurately from prehistoric days to the latest 
development of the atomic age 

THE ABSOLUTELY GENUINE YOU. Meth- 
odist-TRAFCO 1959 14min sd b&w (Talk 
back ser) $80. rent apply 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Humorous portrayal of Harry Little des- 
perately struggling to find himself and to 
identify his life with a real purpose and mean- 
ing 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4377 

ACHIEVEIVIENT IN HONG KONG. IntFlmBur 
1961 15min sd color $150. rent $7.50 
sh-c-ad 
Depicts the resettlement of nearly S/i 
million Chinese who fled to Hong Kong. The 
plight of the homeless Chinese in make-shift, 
unsanitary living quarters is shown together 
with the eventual resettlement of many thou- 
sands into sound, quickly constructed, im- 
aginatively planned concrete housing 

ACORNS. CalifU 1962 28min sd color lease $245. 
loan $12.50 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Acorns were the great staple food of the 
Indians of California. Depicts methods used 
by Indians residing in the Redwood Belt to 
prepare the tank oak acorns. Demonstrates 
the manner of harvesting, building storage 
caches, grinding, sifting and leaching the meal 
to remove bitter tannic acid, and stone- boiling 
to prepare acorn mush 

AN ACT OF FAITH. Carousel 1961 SOmin sd 
b&w $135 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by CBS News 

Story of the heroic efforts of the Danish 
people and their efforts in saving virtually all 
of their Jewish population from the Nazis dur- 
ing World War II. A dramatic tale of "Man's 
humanity to man" 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4701 

ADAPTIVE RADIATION— THE MOLLUSKS. 

EBF 1961 18min sd (Biology ser) b&w $90. 

rent $4.50: color $180. rent $6.50 
sh-c Guide 
Illustrates the principle of adaptive radia- 
tion by showing how the typical molluscan 
characteristics are modified in each of the six 
classes. Uses live photography of many species 
to show the ways in which mollusks are 
adapted to specialized and different ways of 
life 



ADIVIINISTERING A TESTING PROGRAM 
EducTest 1961 13min sd b&w $50. fr?e-loa!H 
ad 

fl/j^v, I^iscusses six steps that can lead to con- 
fidence m test results: planning the testing 
program, handling materials. training ex- 
fl^to^^'f-^P^^P^rinff students, administering the 
tests, and sconng the tests 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4665 

^^^r^lt"^^^^?* "^ EATING. MaineAg 1961 
6mm sd b&w or color free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Contrasts the world's largest ohiVkpn 
barbecue at Belfast, Maine with an nM 
fashioned Maine clam-and- SbsteT bake on an 
island m Boothbay Harbor. Maine Dis?Sss^s 
banqu^'e?''^''^"'^'' °' ^^^ traditional 'seafood 

LC card Fl A 62-318 

AFRICA AWAKENS: MODERN NIGERIA 
Atlantis 1961 22min sd (Africa todav ser) 
b&w $120. rent $10; color $200. rent $10 
Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Provides the historical and economic 
background and the current perspective on 
Africa's largest country. With her fortv mil- 
res't^-of^'^^Ji? is equal In population to "^he 
f^^^ +u^ y?^^ Africa combined. As a mirror 
for the future. Nigeria is Africa's most im- 
portant and strategic country "^"^^ "^°^^ *™ 

LC card Fi A 62-167 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4703 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Gerard de Boe 
r-^r,^^^^! authentic, age-old music of the 
Congo, in . songs and dances presented by 
native musicians playing the most interesting 
Instruments of Equatorial Africa. Through pic- 
E^^t^ u^^^^t!?^^^ sculptor and performances, 
shows how musical Instruments play their part 
in the life of each man and of the tribe 

'^"?7.AS^=H°L7"?n.'^°^9CO. Alemann 1962 
$175 rent $10 ^^"^^'^^^ ^^^^^ styles ser) 
sh-ad Guide 

Explains that the rococo was Europe's 
last great international cultural epoch and in- 
fluenced most European countries during the 
18th centupr It was more than an elaborate 
style of art; it was a whole way of life which. 
at its colorful best, became popular with the 
people of all classes 

LC card FI A 62-776 

THE AGED LAI^JD. ArizU 1961 25min sd color 
purchase apply, rent $3.75 
sh-c-ad 

Attempts, through narration in poetic 
style, natural sounds, and native folk music, 
to present an insight into the modern Greeli 
personality relative to its ancient heritage 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4737 

AN^AIRPLANE^TRIP. See AN AIRPLANE 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



AN AIRPLANE TRIP BY JET. EBF rev 1962 
llmin sd b&w $60. rent $3.50; color $120, 
rent $5 . « .^ 

p-el Guide 

Revision of 1954 film "An airplane trip" 
Shows the many problems inherent to the 
operation of jet aircraft including the airport 
management, the work of the pilot, the stew- 
ardess and communications necessary between 
ground crew and aircraft personnel. Includes 
behind-the-scenes views of equipment needed 
for the maintenance of jet aircraft, and aenal 
views of cities, pladns and mountains 

ALASKA STEAMSHIP COMPANY ''SUCCESS 
STORY." AlaskaSS 1958 27min sd b&w free- 
loan 

ad 

Sponsored by Richfield Oil Co. Kinescope 
Highlights the developments and successes 
of the first steamship container operation m 
the Pacific, shot during actual loading opera- 
tions at the Alaska Steamship Company head- 
quarters. Pier 42. Seattle 

ALASKA STEAMSHIP^ COMPANY--THIS^ IS 
YOUR STORY SINCE 1895. AlaskaSS 1960 
22min sd b&w free- loan 
ad 
Produced by Henry Portin 
Shows how the Alaska Steamship Com- 
pany began its Alaska service with the diminu- 
tive 450- ton 140- foot wooden steamship Willapa. 
Recounts disasters and triumphs of this Seattle 
line which outlasted all others in the rough 
Alaska trade. Uses historic stills and chps of 
early silent films 

ALASKA— THE FRIENDLY 49TH. ModernTP 
1961 27min sd b&w or color free- loan 
el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Louis R. Huber Productions 
for State of Alaska , . , , * , ^i 

Discusses the State of Alaska, including 
scenes of its mountains, rivers, sea coast, 
glaciers, wildlife, cities, agriculture, industries, 
and tourist attractions. Shows fishing, oil wells, 
transportation, and other activities 

LC card Fi A 61-994 

THE ALASKAN SANITATION AIDE. Alaska 
Health 1961 26min sd b&w free-loan 
el-Jh-sh.ad 

Brief historical record of the native vil- 
lage sanitation program in Alaska during 1955- 
1960. with particular examples from the Eskimo 
areas around Kotzebue and the Kobuk River 
villages. Shows typical activities of the Sanita- 
tion Aide Services in promoting basic sanitation 
improvements in the native viUages of Alaska 

LC card Fi E 62-4 

ALBERT SCHWEITZER. DeRoche 1958 80min 
sd b&w $350, rent $45; color $500, rent $60 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Jerome Hill 

A biography of Albert Schweitzer tracing 
his life from birth through the time of his 
decision at the age of 30 to start his jungle 
hospital. Records a typical day at Lambarene, 
showing Dr Schweitzer at work in the hospital, 
welcoming visiting natives, visiting a leper vil- 
lage, playing with his animal friends, playing 
the piano, and working on his philosophical 
writings 

LC card Fi A 58-1112 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4270 

ALCHEMY OF FIRE. Quebec 1960 14%min sd 
b&w or color free- loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

French version available 

Uses a background of French -Caniadian 
scenes to present the work of Quebec artists 
whose creativity finds expression in enamel de- 
sign. Shows plaques, murals, and decorative 
objects in enameled copper in the process of 
creation 

LC card Fi A 62-64 

ALF GOES TO WORK. UnitedChurch 1961 
45min sd b&w $175. rent $8 
8h-c-ad 

Shows how the church enters the work 
and world of men through the Zona Community 
in Scotland and the Halton Parish in Leeds, 
England 



ALTARS OF SAND. ArizU 1956 8%min sd color 
$50. rent apply 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows traditional Indian sand painting. 
Explains place of sand painting in Indian re- 
ligion and lore, and symbolism of designs. 
Presents examples of modern wall paintings 
based upon Indian designs 

ALTERNATIVES. Methodist-TRAFCO 1959 
24min sd color $125. rent $7.50 
sh-c-ad 
Explains what conscientious objection is 
and outlines the provisions for alternative serv- 
ice for conscientious objectors in the Selective 
Service Law, and the ways in which individual 
young men are carrying out those provisions 

AMAZON FAMILY. IntFlmFd 1961 18min sd 
color (World affairs ser) $195, rent $10 
p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Musical background, no narration 
Shows an average day in the life of the 
Seringueiro or rubber gatherer in the Cabaceras 
Mati region of the Bolivian Amazon. Tells how 
he gathers the raw latex up after tapping the 
trees and smokes the latex into large rubber 
balls at home with the help of the family. 
Shows him eating with his family, dancing at 
the village festival and delivering the com- 
pleted rubber balls to the company store and 
waiting river steamer 

LC card Fi A 62-1051 

THE AMAZON—LIFE ALONG THE RIVER 
IN BRAZIL. Academy 1962 16%min sd color 
(Great rivers of the world ser) $165. rent 
$7.90 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Follows the Amazon River from the 
border between Peru and Brazil to its mouth 
in the Atlantic Ocean. Aerial scenes snow the 
city of Manaus, the junction of the Rio Negro 
with the Amazon, the city of Belem and the 
mouths of the river near Belem. Explains why 
the people of Brazil call the Amazon the river 
sea. and shows how the people earn their 
living along this part of the river 

LC card Fi A 62-394 

THE AMAZON— LIFE ALONG THE RIVER 
IN PERU. Academy 1962 16%min sd color 
(Great rivers of the world ser) $165, rent 
$7.90 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Follows the Amazon River from its 
sources in the Andes Mountains to the city or 
Iquitos in Peru. Shows the way of life of the 
people who live along the river in the moun- 
tains and jungles of Peru, pointing out that 
the people depend on the river for many of 
the necessities of life 

LC card Fi A 62-395 

AMERICA BOWLS AT THE ABC. Bruns-Bal 
1960 15min sd b&w free-loan 
p-el-jh-sh-c-ad 

Discusses major aspects of the ABC tour- 
nament and shows views of star bowlers in- 
cluding Joe Norris. Buddy Bomar, and Joe 
Wilman 

LC card Fi A 61-562 

THE AMERICAN DILEMMA . _^ ^„ 

In NATIONALISM AND COLONIALISM 
(16 films) 



I 



AMERICAN DOCTOR AmOsteo 1961 28%min, 
color $103.21, free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Roland Reed Productions" 
Traces the growth of medicine through 
the centuries and establishes the osteopathic 
profession as part of the continuing develop- 
ment of the healing arts. Flashbacks depict 
the contributions of Hippocrates, Andreas 
Vesalius and Thomas Sydenham. Tells the 
story of Dr Still's boyhood, his study of medi- 
cine under his father and his Civil War army 
service. Pictures the opening of the college 
in Kirksville and. in the graduation of its first 
class, the establishment of the osteopathic 
profession 






ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



THE AMERICAN IN ORBIT. UW 1962 9min 
sd b&w $23.95 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Available in silent version, $10.95 
Newsreel footage depicts the orbital 
flight of Colonel John Glenn on February 20, 
1962, and shows the acclaim given to him upon 
his return to Cape Canaveral and to Wash- 
ington 

LC card Fi A 62-598 

AN AMERICAN LEGEND. Assn 1962 22min sd 
color free-loan 

sh-c-ad i 

Sponsored by Fuller Brush Co. 

Tells the story of the Fuller Brush 
dealer, his family life, and his place in the 
community in which he lives. Points up the 
extensive design, research and production 
facilities that make it possible for the dealer 
to bring a wide variety of household and per- 
sonal items to the doorstep of America. Dis- 
plays the tradition of courtesy, respect, 
honesty, and a quality product that forms the 
backbone of a household name 

THE AMERICAN MASTER COUNTER- 
FEITERS. Post 1962 27min sd b&w (Read- 
ers Digest ser) $125, rent $8 
Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by Radio Artists Corp. 
Shows how a teller at the United States 
Sub- Treasury in Philadelphia in December, 
1897, examined a genuine looking $100 bill bear- 
ing the likeness of President Monroe and found 
it to be counterfeit. Explains how the United 
States Secret Service tracked down and cap- 
tured the master criminals 

AMERICA'S FIRST GREAT LADY. Post 1962 
27min sd b&w (Readers Digest ser) $125, 
rent $8 

el-Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by Radio Artists Corp. 
Shows how the Indian maiden, Pocahon- 
tas, saved Captain John Smith from death at 
the hands of her tribe and fell in love with 
him. When Smith was believed to be lost at 
sea, she was released from captivity by John 
Rolfe, the tobacco planter, who later married 
her 

ANATOMY OF AN ACCIDENT. BellTel 1961 
26l^min sd color free-loan 
sh-c-ad 
Produced by Jerry Fairbanks Productions 
for American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Story about a careful driver who suffers 
tragic consequences because he permits him- 
self to be irritated while driving 
LC card Fl A 61-1095 

ANCIENT WORLD INHERITANCE. Coronet 

rev 1962 llmin sd b&w $60, color $120 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Revision of 1946 film 

Uses artifacts, relics and recreated scenes 
of the past to show the sources of many things 
m our present-day world: money, our alphabet, 
the beginnings of science and modern indus- 
try, and the foundations of government and 
law 

LC card Fi A 62-268 

AND FOLLOW ME. ProtEpisc 1961 26min sd 
b&w $70, rent $8 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Arthur Mokin 
_ . Designed to show the religious life in the 
Episcopal Church as it is lived by three rep- 
resentative communities, and to communicate 
m the most effective way the real basis of the 
life in relation to the Church. Shows liturgical 
life and some aspects of the daily routine at 
Holy Cross Monastery. Features the Brothers 
of Saint Barnabas, and the Sisters of Saint 
Margaret 

ANGIOSPERMS— THE FLOWERING PLANTS. 

EBF 1962 16min sd (Biology ser) b&w $90. 

rent $4.50; color $180. rent $6.50 
sh-c Guide 

, Shows examples of different kinds of 
angiosperms and what they have in common, 
iime-lapse photography illustrates the life cy- 
cle of a plant. Illustrates controlled pollination 
and the use of plant hormones 



ANIMAL FARM. DeRoche 1958 75min sd b&w 
$300. rent $35; color $450. rent $50 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Halas and Batchelor 
George Orwell's work, in cartoon form, 
satirizes men. Domestic animals revolt against 
their cruel master, but are taken over by 
shrewd pigs, and find they have exchanged 
one form of tyranny for another 

ANIMAL TRACKS AND SIGNS. EBF 1962 
llmin sd b&w $60, rent $3.50; color $120, 
rent $5 

P-el Guide (^ 

Shows a young boy and girl as they cap- 
ture some animal tracks in their mud trap 
and identify these in their book. Follows them 
as they walk through the woods and along 
the seashore, identifying numerous familiar 
tracks and signs 

LC card Fi A 61-885 

ANIMALS OF THE ICE AGES. Northern 1961 
15J^min sd b&w $80. rent $5 
Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by Louis R. Huber Productions 
Correlated with the film "Glaciers" 
Shows scientists as they excavate prehis- 
toric bones in an open- pit mine, and as they 
reassemble the bones and identify them, re- 
storing the animal from which they came to 
its original appearance. Pictures other restored 
animals of the ice ages including the urus. the 
bear, and the mammoth 

LC card Fi A 61-993 

ANIMALS SEE IN MANY WAYS. FilmAssoc 
1962 13min sd b&w $70. rent $3.75; color 
$130. rent $6.25 

el-Jh Guide 
Produced by Norman Bean Films 
Discusses three basic kinds of animal 
eyes — simple eyes, like those of snails and 
spiders; compound eyes, like those of flying 
insects; and complex eyes, like those of back- 
boned animals. Explains that the kind of eyes 
an animal has. as well as the position of its 
eyes, gives clues to the animal's way of life 
LC card Fi A 62-583 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4773 

ANKARA AND CENTRAL TURKEY. IntFlm 
Bur 1961 lOmin sd color $120, rent $5 
el-Jh-sh 

Shows varied characteristics of Ankara 
(capital of Turkey) and central Turkey: indi- 
cates economic progress as well as traditional 
aspects of life and shows the use of both man- 
ual and mechanized methods. References to 
Turkish history provide background and maps 
clarify geography 

ANNIVERSARY. Broadman 1961 28min sd b&w 
$180. rent $9 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

A dramatization portraying an indifferent 
relationship between a man and his wife is 
used to illustrate the need for having Christ 
at the center of family life 

LC card Fi A 61-915 

ANTONIO AND ROSARIO. Janus 1962 ISmin 
sd b&w $125. rent $15 
ad 

Antonio and Rosario, flamenco dance 
team, demonstrate their fiery technique in a 
series of authentic Spanish and flamenco dances 
which feature the world-famous Ballet Es- 
pagnole 

THE APOSTOLIC CHURCH OF CYPRUS. 

DavisProd 1961 14min sd color $140 
c-ad 
Sponsored by Cyprus Office of Education 
Traces the history of the church of Cyp- 
rus, Describes the trip of St Paul and Bar- 
nabas across Cyprus and the conversion of 
the Roman procouncil in Paphos. Pictures 
other historical happenings, using frescoes and 
mosaics on the walls of Byzantine churches. In- 
cludes views showing the robing of Archbishop 
Makarios 

LC card Fi A 61-964 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



AQUA-LUNG ADVENTURES (13 films). US 
Divers ea 24min sd b&w purchase apply, 
rent apply 

el-Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by Riviera Productions 
Describes the equipment which skin-div- 
ers use. the traininpr of skin-divers, the fun 
and excitement of aqua- lung diving 
LC card Fi A 60-1872 

ARCHAEOLOGISTS AT WORK. FilmAssoc 
1962 14min sd b«&w $75. rent $3.75; color 
$140, rent $6.25 

el-Jh Guide 
Produced by Wayne Mitchell 
Shows two archaeologists excavating a 
site. The artifacts they find are clues to 
Hi? ."y^^^P^ ancient people of the Southwest. 
Their flndmgs are evaluated in the laboratory. 
Tree nngs and Carbon 14 enable them to date 
their flndmgs. Tells how archaeologists help us 
learn about people and the lives they led in 
the prehistoric past 

"""•^^ A'^^"J'^-f"E1..CASE. Post 1962 27min 
sd b&w (Readers Digest ser) $125. rent $8 
Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by Radio Artists Corp. 

Story of George Archer- Shee, a young 
naval cadet unjustly accused of theft and 
subsequently dismissed from the Royal Acad- 
emy. Tells how his case is finally brought to 
trial after two years of struggle and opposition 
?-",?,. *l?.^ "J*^ outstanding in the annals of es- 
tablishing the legal and moral rights of the 
individual 

ARCTIC OUTPOST. IntFlmBur 1961 21min sd 
color $195. rent $9 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

«,^»* i^" account of life in Pangnirtung. North- 
west Territories, a tiny settlement on a wind- 
swept fiord of the^ Eastern Arctic. The town is 
a meeting place of Eskimo and white people, a 
trading and communications center whose in- 
?vil®"Sf ,r^^f «^^o greater than its size. Documents 
VSil il^^"^?"^*^y ".^® o^ *^^e inhabitants during 
the long Arctic winter and the short but beau- 
tiful summer 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4486 

ARID LANDS. Contem 1961 27min sd b&w $125. 

el-Jh-ad 
UNjjggroduced by World-Wide Pictures for 

*««^ Sl^^^?^^^^^°P® **f the work done by arid 
TOne research centers in Morocco. Israel and 
Pakistan to combat spread of arid land and 
S^J?^'^^^ i*®^ *??H.^c®s^ of power from sun and 
wind, and methods of converting sea water to 
iresJi water 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4379 

^'''7^ty^^AT^19{A/flJ"^;^T'NQ AND CHECK- 
IS^ ♦^n'^^^'^fvon^'^o^et 1962 llmin sd 
b&w $60. color $120 

el-Jh Guide 
rx^-,r^h^Jl^^^ J^^ procedure for rounding oft 
nS r?,?^f.^fJ^*? expfains how to apply rounded 
2?i^r«"i"^^SiJ" estimating answers for help in 
w^^A^rn'5^^^L®"2^ .^^^^ ^^.^^® ?ui"bers. in catch- 
p?mnh«ii^t= **k1 ^P PlafJing the decimal point. 
™^il^i^®^.J^® importance of checking as a 

'"^^Lc'ca^rd"fin2-26'9* ^°"'^' ^"^^^^ 

ARITHMETIC: PROVIDING FOR INDIVIDU- 

toior'^mo^^^^^^^- ^^^ 1^61 23min sd 

c-ad Guide 

Produced by The Jam Handy Organization 

the t^c'^ffiSS'of k1.!thSfe?i?*^" ^^ materials for 

'^'^'Sy/Vo^'^'J?/ o. UNDERSTANDING THE 

couS^ $^fo^* ^^^^^'^^t 1961 llmin sd b&w $60. 
el-Jh Guide 
Ins aif flHthrS^ni^^®,. ^"nPortance of understand- 
sSfv^ it rwIS!^l° S^^'^lf"™, before attempUng to 
^fXf i;kS^^^\?- practical approach in dealing 
t?^?oiinw*^i«?f°^'^"^^'^-®'^P'^J""^« that the steps 
fu,if«i*^i,L"^'"*<^® reading the problem carefullV; 
finding the information, picturing the informa- 
what S?1.o^t.^Sl ?,!;'estion. Snd'^theS dSng 
wnat to do to get the answer 
LC card Fi A 61-809 



AROUND THE WORLD IN 18 MINUTES. 
<3oPic 1958 18min sd color $225. rent $25 
p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
An episode from Jules Verne's "Around 
the world in eighty days" 

Produced by Hector Hoppin and Anthony 
Gross 

Phileas Fogg takes off from his club, 
rescues the Indian Princess and with Psisse- 

Eartoute emerges triumphantly in time to catch 
is steamer and return to his club in time 

AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS. 
See AROUND THE WORLD IN 18 MIN- 
UTES 

ARROWHEAD: A SETTING FOR LEARNING. 

CalifU 1957 12min sd color $110. free-loan 
c-ad 
^ , Shows the facilities of the University of 
California Extension Arrowhead Residential 
Conference Center and the reason its geographic 
location provides a "setting for learning." 
Scenes include the physical layout of the Cen- 
ter, as well as a sampling of the activities held 
there 

ART IN WOODCUT. Franciscan 1962 18min sd 
color (Master craft ser) $150. rent $10 
Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by Proctor Jones Productions 
, Jakob Steinhardt shows the student basic 
techniques in applying his cutting tools. He 
develops an idea and translates it into the 
block from which he proofs and prints one of 
his works 

ART SOURCES IN NATURE. Rarig 1960 20min 
sd color $200 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Victor B. Scheffer 
Shows the design and beauty of nature. 
Selected subjects portray the mathematical pre- 
cision, the economy and the functional aspect 
of many art forms. Stimulates the imagination 
and creates an awareness of beauty found in 
everyday life by revealing the colors, textures 
and patterns found in nature. Close-up and 
microscopic photography are among the tech- 
niques used on subjects, ranging from a seg- 
ment of fossilized dinosaur bone to a condi- 
tionally cooled specimen of metallic bismuth 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4631 

ARTIST'S PROOF. Rembrandt 1962 25min sd 
color $200. rent $15 

ad 

^ ^ ^ Produced^ by The Honorable Robert 
Erskine. St. George's Gallery. London 

The history of printmaking. showing old 
masters' works (Piranesi. Canaletto. Durer and 
Rembrandt) and artists of today at work at the 
technical processes used in printmaking; wood- 
cut: Roland Jarvis; lithography: Alistair Grant; 
intaglio (etching): Anthony Gross; aquatint: 
Merlyn Evans; engraving: Anthony Harrison; 
silk screen: John Coplans 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4416 

ARTS AND CRAFTS OF MEXICO (2 films). 
EBF rev 1961 sd 

el-Jh-sh-ad Guide 

Revision of 1939 film 
Titles are: 

Part 1. POTTERY AND WEAVING. 14min 
b&w $75, rent $4; color $150. rent $6. Ex- 
plains that Mexico is still a land of crafts- 
men and artisans. Shows an Indian 
woman making pottery in the village of 
Amatenango, the fashioning of Talavera 
ware in Puebla, and the forming and 
painting of pottery in the village of 
Tonola. Follows the making of scrapes 
from sorting of wool to weaving 
LC card Fi A 61-454 

Part 2. BASKETRY. STONE. WOOD. AND 
METALS, llmin. b&w $60. rent $3.50; 
color $120, rent $5. Views of modern-day 
Mexico that stretch back into antiquity. 
Pictures the intricate labor of basket and 
hammock weaving, the care employed by 
the wood carver and guitar maker, the 
silverwork of Taxco, the art of glassmak- 
ing, and the lacquerwork of the Mexican 
Indians 
LC card Fi A 61-886 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



ASK ME, DON'T TELL ME. Contem 1960 
22min sd b&w $75. rent $5 
sh-c-ad 

Produced by David Myers for American 
Friends Service Committee 

Story of Youth for Service, an orpraniza- 
tion sponsored by the American Friends Service 
Committee and created to help teenage boys, 
many from depressed housing areas, to realize 
that they can help others and play a useful 
part in the community through volunteer work 
projects. Shows several work projects, and 
council meetings to settle differences^ between 
clubs before they blow up into nmibles 

ASPEN: SUMMER. Gassan 1961 13min sd color 
$125. rent $5 

sh-c-ad 
Recreates the story of Aspen. Colorado in 
the Rocky Mountains. Created in 1879 by the 
first silver strike of the Rockies. Aspen grew 
swiftly to an electrified city of 12,000. When 
the silver market disappeared in 1893, the town 
dwindled to 400 people. In 1949 the town be- 
came news as the site of the Goethe Bi-centen- 
nial Convocation. Albert Schweitzer, Jose 
Ortega y Gasset. Ludwig Lewisohn and others 
came to Aspen. Pictures the new Aspen as a 
summer center for music and thought, a winter 
delight for skiers and executives 

THE ASTRONOMER. IntFlmBur 1960 16min 
sd color $165. rent $7.50 
jh-sh 
Produced by Visual Education Films 
Comprehensive picture of the methods 
and tools used by present-day astronomers. 
Shows the construction and functions of the 
200-inch Hale telescope at Palomar Mountain, 
the solar tower, Schmidt-type telescope, re- 
fractor, reflector and radio telescopes. Stresses 
the work of* the astronomer away from the 
telescope: the measurement and analysis of the 
many photographs and spectrograms made at 
the telescope 

AT SCHOOL IN SWEDEN. Creativision 1961 
24min sd b«&w $90, free-loan; color $264. free- 
loan 

el-jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Artfllm for Swedish Institute 
Tells how Swedish children begin their 
compulsory schooling at age 7 and attend for 
9 years. Highlights Sweden's very modern edu- 
cational system from the beginner to the adult 
continuation lecture and discussion study circles 

THE ATOM IN THE HOSPITAL. Handel 1961 
12V2min sd (Magic of the atom ser) b&w 
$65, rent $10; color $130 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 



Depicts installations in the radiology de- 
partments of the City of Hope Medical Center 
and the U.C.L.A. Medical Center. Shows radiol- 



ogy equipment in operation at the City of Hope 
Medical Center, including a stationary cobalt 
source, the new cesium rmg, and the total body 
irradiation chamber. Pictures the new total 
body counter facility at the U.C.L.A. Medical 
Center, and explains that one of the aims in 
this field of atomic medicine is to develop new 
diagnostic procedures requiring smaller amounts 
of radioactive tracer materials 
LC card Fi A 61-1001 



ATOMIC POWER AT SHIPPINGPORT. West- 
ing 1958 26min sd color $140. free-loan 
c 

Russian. French and Spanish versions 
available 

Depicts the basic nuclear, chemical, me- 
chanical and construction problems encoun- 
tered during development, design and instal- 
lation of America's first nuclear powered gen- 
erating station at Shippingport, Pa. 

AUSTRALIA TODAY. IntFlmBur 1961 22mln sd 
color $225. rent $12.50 
sh-c-ad 

Produced by Norwood Studios 

Shows the wild, harsh beauty of Aus- 
tralia's great imdeveloped bush country, the 
hard lives of its farmers and sheep men. and 
scenes of cities and the growing use of avia- 
tion, mechanization and scientific production in 
opening up Australia's hinterlands 

LC card Fi A 62-597 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4487 

AUX PRISES AVEC LES GLACES. See MEN 
AGAINST THE ICE 

THE^ AWAKENING VILLAGE. UnitedChrls 
1961 34min sd color $240. rent $12 
Jh-sh-ad 
Shows how a digger of dirt In a village 
In India, through the influence of a small 
Christian community, discovers a new life and 
is accepted as a leader in the community 
LC card Fi A 61-209 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4488 

AXIOMS IN ALGEBRA. IntFlmBur 1960 13mln 
sd color $135. rent $6 
8h 
Produced by Visual Education Films 
Presents the fact that an axiom is a 
statement accepted as true without proof, and 
then, demonstrates the addition, subtraction, 
multiplication and division axioms as applied 
to solving practical problems, utilizing picto- 
graphic equations. Additional examples demon- 
strate how the root of each equation is used 
to check the solution. Uses a schematic bal- 
ance to illustrate the axioms in even simpler 
terms, and to further demonstrate that like 
operations must be performed to both sides 
of an equation in order to preserve the equal- 
ity These operations include raising members 
to like powers and extracting like roots 

AZALEA TRAILS IN OLD MOBILE. JrChof 
C-Mobile 1960 26V4min sd color free-loan 
el-Jh-sh-ad 
^ ^ Replaces the film "Along Mobile's Azalea 
Trail" 

^, ^ A tour of the Azalea Trail in Mobile. 
Alabama, showing the historical aspects of 
the area. Includes views of Bellingraph Gar- 
dens. Long Gardens, and Clarke Gardens. De- 
scribes what the visitor to Mobile can expect 
in accommodations, attractions, etc. 
LC card Fi A 61-914 



THE ATOM— SERVANT OF MAN. CanNFB 

rev 1961 15min sd color $150. rent $7.50 
Jh-sh 

Revision of 1958 film "Atomic energy in 
Canada' ' 

Produced by Crawley Films for Atomic 
Energy of Canada 

Explains the fundamentals of atomic re- 
search, the principle of nuclear fission and ex- 
perimentation at Chalk River in medicine, in- 
dustry and agriculture, and in the production of 
electricity 

ATOMIC ENERGY IN CANADA. See THE 
ATOM— SERVANT OF MAN 

ATOMIC ENERGY— INSIDE THE ATOM. EBF 

1961 131/^min sd (Science for the space age 

ser) b&w $75, color $150 

ei-jh Guide 

Visualizes in animation the structure of 

the atom; shows, in demonstrations involving 

the cloud chamber and the Geiger counter, the 

Eower of the atom, and observes its uses in a 
ospital. an atomic power plant, and an atomic 
submarine _ , „^ „„„ 
LC card Fi A 61-887 



THE BACK-BREAKING LEAF. Contem 1960 
30min sd b«S:w $130. rent $7 
sh-c-ad 

Produced by National Film Board of Can- 
ada 

Depicts the 30.000 migrant workers who 
work in the tobacco fields in southwestern On- 
tario, during the month of August every year. 
Points out that the farmers and local people 
make their profit in four critical harvest weeks 

LC card Fi A 60-3035 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4418 

BACTERIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES. Thorne 
1960 5min sd color (Bacteriological tech- 
niques ser) $60. rent apply 
sh-c 

Correlated with the Biological Sciences 
Curriculum Study textbook "High school bi- 
ology' 

Illustrates making cotton plugs, flaming 
wire loop, transferring culture from tube to 
tube and tube to flask, pipetting preparing agar 
plates, spotting, streaking, picking up cover 
slip by hanging drop, and forming a micro- 
culture chamber 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



BANANAS, TROPICAL TREASURE. Lewislnc 

1960 7min sd b&w or color free- loan 
Jh-8h-ad 
Sponsored by United Fresh Fruit & Vege- 

The story of bananas — ^how and where 
they are srown, harvested and shipped, and 
how a home-maker can make them most in- 
teresting when they are served to her family 

BARPALI. AmFriendsServ 1959 20min sd color 
$120, free-loan 

sh-ad 
Shows the social and technical assistance 
program of the American Friends Service Com- 
mittee in one particular village in India, in- 
tended as a pilot project to stimulate new 
methods in crafts, agriculture, sanitation, and 
medical care 

BARRIER REEF CRUISE. Rothschild 1958 
lOmin sd b&w $50, rent apply; color $100. 
rent apply 

e!-Jh-sh Guide 
Produced by Invincible Studios 
Shows under-water life in and around 
Australia's barrier roef: live sponges, anem- 
ones, sea slugs, and beautifully colored fish. 
Covers a wide range of marine life from the 
Pacific 

BARTLEBY. WashU 1962 29min sd b&w $180. 
rent $5 

sh-c-ad 
Herman Melville's short story. "Bartleby, 
the scrivener." adapted for film, deals with 
the enigmatic personality of a young scrivener 
in a 19th century law office 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4774 

A BASEBALL VACATION. Topps 1961 13i^min 
sd b&w or color free -loan 
p-el-Jh 
Shows a team of American teenagers, 
who are invited by the island's Department of 
Recreation to play baseball, visiting Puerto 
Rico 

BASKETRY OF THE POMO (3 films). CalifU 
1962 sd color 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Titles are: 

1. INTRODUCTION TO BASKETRY OF THE 

POMO. SOmin lease $290, loan $15. Shows 
Porno women gathering and preparing 
their basket-making materials, the var- 
ious techniques employed in weaving, and 
the uses, forms and elaborate ornamenta- 
tion of the baskets 

2. TECHNIQUES. 33min lease $290. loan $15. 

Slow motion and simplified drawings 
show the ten techniques involved in Pomo 
basketmaking. Presents Pomo women 
using the ancient techniques of weaving 
and coiling, wicker and cradle 
3 FORMS AND ORNAMENTATION. 21min 
lease $190. loan $10. Shows forms and 
ornamentation of Pomo basketry. De- 
picts basic design elements and the in- 
tricate combinations of patterns. Dis- 
cusses tribal mythology and taboos which 
influence particular phases of basketry. 
Shows many of the Pomos' finest baskets, 
including the magnificent feather baskets 
and the rare "sun basket" 

BASKETRY. STONE. WOOD. AND METALS 
In ARTS AND CRAFTS OF MEXICO 
(2 films) 

BASS FISHING ON THE ST LAWRENCE. 

Quebec 1960 14%min sd b&w or color free- 
loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
French version available 
Shows how striped bass fishing, made 
more and more popular by competitions among 
sportsmen, is carried on mostly in the waters 
of the St Lawrence River. Filmed during one 
of these contests 

BEARGRASS CREEK. Finley 1961 20min sd 
color $200 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Ohio River Valley Water 
Sanitation Commission 

Tells the story of a small streani. Pol- 
lution is caused by municipal and industrial 
wastes causing the aquatic life to die or change 



in character. An aroused public Insists that 
this pollination be abated, and civic action 
is brought to bear on anti- pollution activity 

LC card Fi A 62-737 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4557 

BEAVER DAM. Contemp 1961 16min sd color 
$150. rent $7.50 

p-el 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Tells about two young boys who find a 
way of saving the life of their woodland friend 
the beaver. Includes close-ups of the beaver 
at work 

LC card Fi A 61-424 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4738 

THE BEGINNING OF CHICK LIFE. CornellU 
1962 13%min sd color $115 
el-Jh-sh 
Shows the development of the chick em- 
bryo through the technique of cutting awav 
the air-cell end of the fertile e^^ for closeup 
views of the live embryo. Tells how to build 
an inexpensive home-made egg incubator 

BELGIAN FARM. Kleinberg 1957 llmin sd 
color $120 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

French version available 

Pictures a typical day on an old farm in 
Flanders, showing the farmer and his family 
as they feed their animals, harvest their crops 
and sell a cow in a traditional bargaining ses- 
sion 

LC card Fi A 62-217 

BELGIUM. Kleinberg 1957 22min sd color $220 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

A skipper of a barge who travels the 
canals and rivers of Belgium tells about Bel- 
gium, describing its role as a historic invasion 
route since the days of Caesar. Discusses the 
country's bi- lingual system. contrasts the 
fertile Flanders with the industrial south, and 
shows the importance of Antwerp as a Euro- 
pean harbor 

LC card Fi A 62-215 

BENI-ABBES, SCIENCE IN THE DESERT. 

Contem 1956 ISmin sd color $150. rent $7 
el-ad 
Produced by UNESCO 

International cooperation to fight the 
spread of the desert and utilize available re- 
sources by the Arid Zone Research Centers 

BERNARD BUFFET. Janus 1962 18min sd 
color $175. rent $15 

Jh-ad 
Studies painter Bernard Buffet's work to 
date and presents a biography of a new paint- 
ing from sketch to finished canvas 

BERTRAND RUSSELL DISCUSSES (5 films). 
Coronet 1961 ea 14min sd b&w ea $75 
sh-c-ad Guide 
Titles are: 

BERTRAND RUSSELL DISCUSSES HAPPI- 
NESS. Lord Russell describes the factors 
which he considers necessary for happi- 
ness; health, sufficient means to keep one 
from want, happy personal relations, and 
successful work. He also discusses what 
he considers to be sources of unhappi- 
ness — worry, envy, and boredom 
LC card Fi A 61-486 

BERTRAND RUSSELL DISCUSSES MAN- 
KIND'S FUTURE. Lord Russell speaks 
about his fears and hopes for the future, 
and explains that he sees the possibility 
of a world so organized and static that 
there will be no fun to be had anywhere. 
He points out also that with education 
and the realization that many of the 
world's troubles lie in individual psy- 
chology, we could abolish war. poverty 
and disease 
LC card Fi A 61-487 

BERTRAND RUSSELL DISCUSSES PHILOS- 
OPHY. Lord Russell gives his definition 
of philosophy and speaks of the rela- 
tionship and differences between philos- 
ophy and science. He describes his own 
philosophy and discusses the uses of phi- 
losophy, the trends of present-day phi- 
losophy, and the future of philosophy 
LC card Fi A 61-488 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



BERTRAND RUSSELL DISCUSSES POWER 
Lord Russell speaks of three kinds .of 
power: the power of armies and police 
forces, economic power, and propaganda 
power. He explains that there are good 
and bad motives for wanting power, cites 
instances, and points out that the use 
and abuse of power is related to the 
difference between good government and 

LC card Fi A 61-484 

BERTRAND RUSSELL DISCUSSES ^ THE 
VT. ROLE OF THE INDIVIDUAL. Lord Rus- 

sell explains that he believes that im- 
portant human advances have always 
been due to the activities of individuals. 
He points out that the present-day needs 
for expensive equipment in order to 
carry out useful and important work 
is leading to a decline in cultural and 
scientific freedom. He also comments on 
an orderly society with the maximum hb- 
erties of the individual 
LC card Fi A 61-485 ^ ^ ^ ^^ .... 

EFLA evaluation card for set No. 4594 

BERTRAND RUSSELL DISCUSSES HAPPI- 
N ESS 
In BERTRAND RUSSELL DISCUSSES 
(5 films) 

BERTRAND RUSSELL DISCUSSES MAN- 

In b''e'rTr5.N^,^''''^U%SELL DISCUSSES 

(5 films) 

BERTRAND RUSSELL DISCUSSES PHILOS- 
O PHY 
In BERTRAND RUSSELL DISCUSSES 
(5 films) 

BERTRAND RUSSELL DISCUSSES POVVER 
In BERTRAND RUSSELL DISCUSSES 
(5 films) 

BERTRAND RUSSELL DISCUSSES THE 
ROLE OF THE INDIVIDUAL 
In BERTRAND RUSSELL DISCUSSES 
(5 films) 

BETTER HOMES IN JIG TIME. WoodCo 1959 
30min sd color free-loan 
ad 

Produced by John Driemen and Asso- 
ciates 

Tells the story of component construction 
of buildings. Discusses panel insulating for 
electric heating and sound , conditioning. 
Stresses the importance of good working re- 
lationships between lumber dealers and build- 

^^^ LC card Fi A 62-953 

THE BETTER WAY. SantaFeRwy 1961 28min 
sd color $150. free- loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows earth-moving equipment and engi- 
neering techniques used in laying welded rail 
in construction of new 44 mile railroad in 
Arizona. Reveals methods used by large com- 
pany in free enterprise system 

BETWEEN LIVING AND THE NON-LIVING 
In VIRUS (8 films) 

BEYOND THE RAINBOW. Utah 1961 SOmin sd 
color free-loan 

el-jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Al Morton 

Depicts the scenic red- rock country of 
San Juan County. Utah, including its towns 
and such attractions as Monument Valley. 
Goosenecks of the San Juan. Hole-in-the-Rock 
trail. Natural Bridges National Monument, and 
The Needles. Shows exploration of two rugged 
areas by jeep 

DIE BEZAUBERNDE SCHWEIZ. IntFlmBur 
1962 15min sd color $150. rent $8.50 
sh-c Guide 
German narration 

This language teaching film on scenic 
Switzerland is intended for intermediate Ger- 
man. Vocabulary includes words pertaining to 
towns and cities, music, festivals, mountain- 
ous scenery, skiing and other activities 



BICYCLING SAFETY TODAY. InstVis 1959 
20min sd b&w free-loan 
p-el-Jh-sh-ad 

Shows how bicycling can be fun and safe 
by following a few important rules. Tells about 
the importance of bicycle clubs and what they 
do. Shows bicycling for good health, thrills 
of bicycle races, and the old-time bicycles 

THE BIG BLAST. Gospel 1962 60min sd color 
rent $30 

jh-sh-c-ad 
When Air Force Captain Bob Emory re- 
turns home he finds not only the assignment 
of testing the high speed jet interceptor, the 
F106, in his line of duty, but also the more 
important task of breaking the barrier which 
has grown between himself and his younger 
brother Jeff. Presents a Christian message 
through the exciting action of Air Force ac- 
tivity and the suspense of hazardous ski- 
jumping competition on the slopes of Mount 
Rainier 

BIG NUMBERS . . . LITTLE NUMBERS. Film 
Assoc 1962 llmin sd color $120, rent $5 
el-Jh-sh Guide 

Produced by Bruce and Katharine Corn- 
well 

Explores the method man has developed 
to simplify the representation of both large 
and small numbers. Our number system uses a 
base of ten. Scientific notation, the use of ex- 
ponents, enables lus to express any number, 
large or small, as the product of a number be- 
tween one and ten and a power of ten 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4776 

THE BIG THREE. Vestal 1960 SOmin sd color 
free-loan 

ad Guide 
Discusses cleaning and disinfecting pro- 
cedures to be used in three principal hospital 
areas 

LC card Fi A 61-903 

BILLY'S HELICOPTER RIDE. Coronet 1962 
llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 
p Guide 
Follows a young boy who takes a trip to 
the heliport and rides in a helicopter, describ- 
ing what he learns about helicopters and what 
he sees during his flight over the countryside 
and city 

LC card Fi A 62-39 

BIOLOGY IN TODAY'S WORLD. Coronet 
1962 llmin sd b&w $60, color $120 
Jh-sh Guide 
Stresses the growing importance of 
biological science, and introduces the many 
kinds of work done by professional biologists 
in such fields as bacteriology, horticulture, 
animal husbandry, entomology, and immunol- 
ogy. In the basic areas of food production, 
food processing and preservation, and in the 
maintenance of health, clearly demonstrates 
man's dependence on biology 

BIRDS AND THEIR BABIES. AV-ED 1962 
llmin sd color $110, rent $6 
p-el-Jh 

Shows four types of birds and the dif- 
ferences in color and appearance of the male 
and female. Covers a remarkable hereditary 
knowledge of nest building and nesting habits. 
Pictures the babies being taught to fly or swim 

BIRDS AND THEIR CHARACTERISTICS. 

Coronet 1961 llmin sd b&w 60, color $110 
el-Jh-sh Guide 

Shows characteristics which differentiate 
birds from the other groups of vertebrates, 
and describes features which all birds have in 
common — feathers, wings and legs, warm- 
bloodedness, and beaks. Discusses adaptations 
and special characteristics of several kinds of 
familiar birds. Slow-motion photography 
shows the details of a bird's flight 

LC card Fi A 61-401 

THE BIRTH AND DEATH OF MOUNTAINS. 

FilmAssoc 1961 12min ad b&w $70, rent 
$3.75; color $130. rent $6.25 
el-Jh Guide 
Describes the forces inside the earth 
which raise up new mountains in a continuing 
cycle of change and the forces on the earth's 
surface such as ice, wind, and water which 
are constantly wearing motuntains down 
LC card Fi A 61-959 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4669 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



BITTER HARVEST. KING-TV 1960 54min 
sd b&w (Seattle reports ser) $186, free- 
loan 

c-ad 

Discusses the Importance of the farm 
economy to the States of Oregon, Washington, 
and Idaho. Presents interviews with migrant 
workers and their families illustrating how 
they live and travel, what they eat. what they 
do for recreation, and other aspects of family 
and community life. Includes interviews of 
local residents which reflect community at- 
titudes and knowledge about migrants 

LC card Fi A 62-119 
BLACK PEPPER, RAJAH OF SPICES. Lewis 
Inc 1962 ISVzmln sd b&w or color free-loan 
Jh-sh-ad 

Sponsored by American Spice Trade 

^^"' Shot in the jungles of Southern India, 
this film tells story of the world's most wanted 
spice, how it is planted, cultivated, harvested, 
traded and shipped, and then how it is ground 
and used commercially and m homes in the 
United States 

THE BLAST FURNACE. USSteel 1961 7y2min 
sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by John Sutherland Produc- 

Shows steelmaking processes in the blast 
furnace 

BLOCKS. Campus 1958 16min sd b&w $50, rent 
$6; color $135, rent $10 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Sponsored by Play School Assn. 

Describes how children use blocks to 
gain mastery over their ideas while giving 
their imaginative play a quality of reality. 
Shows children from ages five to eleven using 
blocks as a basis for creative play and stages 
of block building paralleling stages of growth. 
Describes how blocks encourage children to 
experiment, to improvise and to try out new 
ideas 

THE BLOOD. EBF 1960 16min sd (Biology ser) 
b&w $90. rent $4.50; color $180. rent $6.50 
sh-c Guide 
Supplementing live action scenes with 
animation and photomicrography, tells the story 
of the highly complex tissue which is the life- 
line of the body. Illustrates the composition of 
the blood, its circulation, and the work it does 
to support cell processes. Explains blood typing 
and the test for the Rh factor 



BLOOD AND FIRE. 

b&w $130, rent $7 



Contem 1959 SOmin sd 



by 



c-ad 
National 



Film Board of 



Produced 
Canada 

A behind the scenes visit to observe how 
the Salvation Army goes about its work of 
soul redemption and its many forms of welfare 
work 

LC card Fi A 59-425 

BLUEPRINT FOR TOMORROW. ArizU 1959 
27i^min sd color $165, rent apply 
sh-c 

A tour of the University of Arizona 
campus, stressing research work being done, 
interesting courses offered, athletics, student 
activities, and outstanding graduates 

BOATS. See BOATS AND SHIPS 

BOATS AND SHIPS. EBF rev 1962 llmin sd 

b&w $60, rent $3.50; color $120, rent $5 

p-el Guide 

Revision of 1938 film "Boats" 

Explains the historical development of 
boats and the difference between a boat and a 
ship. Shows the function of a lighthouse and a 
breakwater, as well as the operation of a com- 
mercial tunaboat. Visits a large ocean liner 
paying particular attention to the wheelhouse 
and shows a trip on a sailboat through a harbor 

LC card Fi A 62-869 

BOLIVAR: SOUTH AMERICAN LIBERATOR. 
Coronet 1962 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 
Jh-sh Guide 

Shows locales in Venezuela. Ecuador. 
Peru, and Colombia in this biography of the 
liberator of five South American countries and 
his dream of a united South America. Explains 
factors which led Simon Bolivar to abandon his 
fortune and position and relates his life to the 
development of democracy in South America 

LC card Fi A 62-36 



BOLIVIAN BOY. Contem 1959 15min sd color 

$150. rent $7.50 

el-Jh-sh 

Produced by Potomac Films 

Shows the life of a ten-year old Ayrnara 
Indian boy living on the Altiplano in Bolivia. 
Follows the boy as he goes with his father to 
La Paz to get a toy truck. Contrasts modern 
buildings and streets with those of the past. 
Describes the dreams of the boy as he returns 
to his poor farmhouse 

LC card Fi A 59-360 

BOOKS FOR BEAVER RIVER. CanNFB 1961 
20min sd b&w $90. rent $5 

p-el-ad 

Shows the operation of the regional library 
system of north central Saskatchewan, and 
shows how the town of Beaver River gets its 
librarv 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4777 

THE BOTTLE AND THE THROTTLE. Davis. 
Sid 1961 lOmin sd b&w $60. color $120 
sh-c-ad Guide 
Reveals the dangers of drinking and driv- 
ing through careful reference to statistics com- 
piled by the National Safety Council and the 
American Medical Association. Tells the story 
of two teen-agers who. as an aftermath to a 
beer party, are involved in a serious accident 

LE BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME. See THE 
WOULD BE GENTLEMAN 

BOWLING. Bruns-Bal 1961 15min sd color free- 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Fred A. Niles Productions 
A film without narration to acquaint 
audiences in Europe, Africa, South America. 
Central America. Asia, and Australia with the 
sport of ten-pin bowling. Relates the activity 
or bowling to the other recreational features 
that are typical of a ten-pin bowling establish- 
ment, including the bar. restaurant, billiard 
room, and n—^'-'^ry 

LC card Fi A 61-322 

BOY IN THE DARK. Broadman 1961 28min sd 

b&w $180, rent $9 

sh-c-ad 
Using a dramatization about a ten-year- 
old boy of a well-to-do socially prominent 
family, shows that the indifference of parents 
can lead to violent tragedy in the lives of their 
children 

LC card Fi A 61-511 

BOY TO MAN. Churchill 1962 16min sd b&w 
$90, rent $3.50; color $165, rent $5 
Jh-sh Guide 

Explains some of the common manifesta- 
tions of physiological maturation, including the 
superficial changes of growth, skin, voice, and 
body hair, and the more complicated phenomena 
of glandular changes and sexual maturation 

LC card Fi A 62-786 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4778 

THE BOYHOOD OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. 

Coronet 1962 llmin sd b&w $60, color $120 
p-el Guide 
Filmed in the authentically reconstructed 
vilage and boyhood home at Rockport. Ind. 
this film recreates Lincoln's boyhood of near- 
poverty and long hours of hardwork. Encouraged 
by his stepmother in his desire for learning, 
the boy Lincoln early developed those qualities 
of honesty. responsibility, humor, and a 
capacity for hard work which were to make 
him a great pre.sident 

LC card Fi A 62-803 

BOYS BEWARE. Davis,Sid 1961 lOmin sd b&w 
$60. color $120 

Jh Guide 
Tells the serious problem of the homo- 
sexual in good taste. Case histories show the 
various approaches the homosexual may use — 
most important, points out the pattern and 
danger signs so they can easily be detected 

BRAIDING AND LACING. AmHandicrafts 1960 
15min sd color $92. free-loan 
Jh-sh-ad 
Demonstrates the technique of wrapping 
and of making a lanyard, a bolo-tie bracelet, 
and earrings with Craftstrip coated lace 
LC card Fi A 61-1057 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



THE BRAINWASHING OF JOHN HAYES. 

Post 1962 27min sd b&w (Readers Digest 
ser) $125. rent $8 

sh-ad 
Produced by Radio Artists Corp. 
Story of the Reverend John Hayes, a 
lifelonff missionary in China, who found him- 
self subjected to the most sruelingr mental and 
physical hardships at the hands of the Com- 
munists. Tells how his ability to use his court 
trial as a sounding board for truth makes his 
story one of the most courageous to come out 
of today's international strife 

BRASILIA. IntFImBur 1961 13min sd color $135. 
rent $7.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Relates the steps in the development of 
Brasilia from Lucio Costa's master city plan 
and architect Oscar Niemayer's bold concept 
to the populating and use of the ffleaminff new 
city. Shows Brasilia's importance in stimulating 
the development of vast, rich Central Brazil 
EFLiA evaluation card No. 4595 

BREAKTHROUGH. Creati vision 1962 ISVamin 
sd b&w or color free -loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Victor Kayfetz Productions 
for Homelite. Division of Textron, Inc. 

Tells of a family of four who go vaca- 
tioning with their new 4-cycle outboard motor 
mounted on a cabin cruiser. Shows them stop- 
ping at a boatel, checking out with the Coast 
Guard, going skin diving, watching water ski- 
ing, and, picnicking at a park reached by water 

BREAKTHROUGH 1962. NewHollMach 1962 
5min sd color free- loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows new developments in feed handling 
equipment for dairy cows and beef cattle, in- 
cluding such new equipment as a vertical bale 
elevator, bale separator and vibrating feeder 

THE BRIDGE OF FRIENDSHIP. NatLablsrael 
1961 20min sd b&w free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Histadrut Haovdim, Tel 
Aviv, Israel 

Documentary on the Afro-Asian Seminar 
sponsored by the Israel Labor Federation for 
young leaders of the newly emerging nations 
of Asia and Africa. Shows the students in 
classrooms, on field trips and social events 
which aim to build a bridge of understanding 
and cooperation between Israel and other new- 
born nations 

BROADWAY EXPRESS. Contem 1960 18min sd 
b&w $125, rent $10 

ad 
Produced by Michael Blackwood 
Compassion and humanism permeate this 
study of faces and races on New York's sub- 
ways, photographed largely with concealed 
cameras 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4596 

BROKEN GLASS. CalifU 1962 13min sd color 
$92.50. rent $5 

sh-c-ad 
Records effects of intersection collisions 
at various speeds to emphasize the extreme 
forces of interior impact. Provides evidence 
that seat belts can be a life-saving element in 
passenger safety 

BRONZE CASTING OF SCULPTURE. IntFlm 
Bur 1961 30min sd color $250. rent $15 
c-ad 
Produced by the University of Kansas 
Demonstrates the steps of the lost wax 
method of bronze casting from clay model to 
completed bronze sculpture 

BROTHER JUNIPER'S CHRISTMAS. Hour 
1960 27V2min sd b&w $180. rent $9; color 
$300. rent $13.50 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Third Order of St Francis 
Based on an actual event in the life of 
St Francis of Assisi. this drama describes in 
amusing fashion the effort of Brother Juniper 
to help St Francis celebrate Christmas in a new 
way. St Francis works to reproduce the Nativity 
scene at Bethlehem; Juniper blunders, but dis- 
covers the ingredient missing from the prepara- 
tions — love 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4493 



BRUGES, A BELGIAN TOWN. Kleinberg 1957 
llmin sd color $120 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

French version available 

Points out that the town of Bruges still 
retains much of its medieval appearance. In- 
cludes views of the 600-year-old market square, 
of a sight- seeing tour by canal, of a girls 
lace- making school, and of medieval art 

LC card Fi A 62-216 

BRUSHING UP ON DIVISION. Coronet 1961 
llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 
el-Jh Guide 

Presents a review of terms and the mean- 
ing of place value and stresses the importance 
of knowing the division and multiplication 
facts. Step-by-step working of division exam- 
ples aids in improvng skill in division. Reviews 
checking in division 

LC card Fi A 61-971 

BRUSHING UP ON MULTIPLICATION. Coro- 
net 1961 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 
el-jh Guide 

Shows how a boy brushes up on multi- 
plication when he has to solve a problem about 
the number of newspapers he has delivered 
during the year. Reviews the meaning of place 
value and stresses importance of knowing the 
multiplication facts. Shows why partial products 
are indented, how to check the answer, and 
other important multiplication concepts 

LC card Fi A 61-973 

BUCKEYES. CalifU 1961 13min sd color (Amer- 
ican Indian films ser) lease $125, loan $7 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
. Shows a Nisenan Indian deimonstrating an 
ancient method, unique to the Indians of Cali- 
fornia, for preparing the poisonous buckeye, or 
horse chestnut. The result is an edible and 
nourishing staple, comparable in food value and 
taste to the potato 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4779 

THE BUDDHA. Filmlm 1962 llmin sd color 
$130, rent $10 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Henry Dore 

Shows the stupa at Borobudur. Carved 
stone statues and sculptures in bas-relief that 
adorn the walls and terraces of this edifice il- 
lustrate the traditions of the Mahayana doc- 
trine. Stone actors at Borobudur enact the nar- 
rative of the birth, revelation and salvation of 
Gautama, the Buddha 

BUILDING A JET PLANE. FilmAssoc 1961 
llmin sd b&w $60, rent $3; color $115, rent 
$5 

p-el Guide 
. . Follows the building of a jet plane from 
original planning through parts manufacture, 
sub-assembly, final assembly, ground testing, 
and flight testing, until it is sold to an airline 
to carry passengers and freight across the coun- 
try and around the world. Stresses the co- 
operation of thousands of skilled men and 
women who must work together to build a jet 
plane 

LC card Fi A 61-960 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4634 

BUILDING ORGAN TONES. Hammond 1959 
22min sd color free -loan 
el-Jh. sh 

* V, • Shows the stages of organ building, the 
fabrication of organ parts, building of fine 
cabinetry, and final assembly into a complete, 
finished organ 

BUSH COUNTRY. Kiek 1959 14min ed color 
$69.90 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows a family on their vacation adven- 
ture at a remote Canadian lake, accessible only 
by air, being guided by two Cree Indians to 
fishing action and North Woods fun 

BUT HE'S NOT AN ORDINARY CHILD. Spe- 

^^\ \?A^r 21nim sd b&w (Open for discussion 
ser) $105. rent $10 

c-ad Guide 

,•„ +i,J*!f^"^,^®^ ^? PF<^ that the school plays 
m the development of a child at kindergarten 
level 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



BUYERS' CHOICE. Family 1961 28min ed b&w 
$180. rent $9; color $300. rent $13 
sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Dept. of Family Life. Na- 
tional Council of Churches , , ^ ., 

Story of a man and his family who are 
faced with the problems of making new fnends, 
finding a church home, and makmg many 
choices in the community, when the father is 
promoted and the family must move across the 
country. The choice of a house within their in- 
come or a more expensive one becomes a sym- 
bol of their future life. Shows a common situ- 
ation in America's fluid and affluent society, 
and tells of the family's Christian responsibility 
for decision-maJkinff In modern living 



CALLED TO SERVE. Family 1961 SOmin sd 
b«&w (Teenage ser) rent $9 
sh-c Guide 
Shows Jim discussing with his collie 
pastor what it means to be "called'' to, the 
ministry and discovering his own "calling 

CAMPUS INTERNATIONAL. ArizU 1961 22min 
sd color $135 

sh-c-ad 
Depicts the activities of foreign students 
on an American college campus. Features five 
students, each from a different country and 
each in a different field of study. Shows their 
campus activities, the work of United Church 
Women hospitality group, campus advisory 
program for foreign students, and some of 
their extra-curricular activities 

CAN YOU STOP IN TIME. Dallas Jones 1961 
lOmin sd color $65 

sh.ad 

Sponsored by National Assn. of Automo- 
tive Mutual Insurance Companies 

Story of one driver's awakening to the 
distance it takes to stop his vehicle. Em- 
phasizes need for allowing proper space when 
following other vehicles and discusses factors 
which vary stopping distance 

CANADA'S HISTORY: COLONY TO COMMON- 
WEALTH. Coronet 1962 ISi^min sd b&w $75, 
color $150 

el-Jh-sh Guide 
Shows that Canada has steadily pro- 
gressed from a colony to a self-governing com- 
monwealth with growing importance as a world 
power. Traces the story of the settling and 
expansion of this nation and the development 
of its resources. Costumed re-enactments and 
authentic locales bring to life the political, eco- 
nomic, and cultural history of Canada 
LC card Fi A 62-422 

CANCER 

In VIRUS (8 films) 

CANTALOUPE, GOLDEN DELIGHT. Lewis 
Inc 1959 6min sd b&w or color free-loan 
Jh-sh-ad 
Sponsored by United Fresh Fruit & Vege- 
table Assn. 

Story of how cantaloupes are grown, har- 
vested and shipped, and the uses that a home- 
maker can put them to in adding a delicious 
fruit to her family's menus 

CAR THEFT. AmFlmProd 1957 15min sd b&w 
$65. rent $10 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Bray- Mar Productions for 
Youth Board. Buffalo. N.Y. 

Dramatization portraying the attitudes 
of teenagers to theft. Two teen-age boys steal 
a car. unsuccessfully attempt to Involve a 
friend in the theft, take a joy-ride with a 
girl who does not know that the car is stolen, 
and. when chased by the police, are respon- 
sible for the death of a little girl 

LC card Fi A 62-88 

CARAVELLE. AirFrance 1960 20min sd color 
free- loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by J. J. Languepin 
Shows the building of the Caravelle, the 
research and planning involved in the produc- 
tion of this plane, and the service on board 



CARE OF PETS. EBF rev 1962 16min sd b&w 
$75. rent $4; color $150, rent $6 
p-el Guide 
Revision of 1944 film 

Shows physical and social needs of pets. 
Explores various techniques of pet care — pro- 
viding food and shelter, grooming and cleanli- 
ness, recreation and exercise — in the care of 
canaries, fish, cats and dogs 

CARGO CAPITAL. Sterl-MovUSA 1961 27min 
sd color free- loan 

Ih-sh-ad 
Produced by Ozzie Glover Productions for 
Port of Los Angeles 

Tells story of history, facilities and 
opei^tions of Port of Los Angeles 

CARPENTERS OF THE FOREST. CanNFB 
1961 20min sd b&w $90. rent $5 
p-el-Jh-ad Guide 
Produced by Instltut fur Film und Bild, 
Munich. Germany 

Shows, in the woodlands of Grermany, a 
woodpecker and his mate constructing a pent- 
house apartment and ejecting an intruder. 
Depicts the next phase of domestic life: eggs 
are hatched, and down inside the tree trunk 
we see the baby-sitting and feeding routines 
as mother and father woodpecker look after 
their young. Differentiates between various 
species of woodpecker found in the same bird 
community and shows some of their individual 
characteristics 

THE CASE OF THE BEWILDERED BRIDE. 
Sterl-MovUSA 1961 IS^^min sd color free- 
loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Carnation Milk 
Shows a bride's anxiety over preparing 
her first formal dinner for her folks and her 
husband's. Gives hints on modern eating 
habits, and how to prepare new recipes for 
salads, main courses and desserts 

CASE OF THE SLIPPERY OIL. PerfCirc 1960 
45min sd color free- loan 
ad 
Produced by "Wilding. Inc. 
Teaches the progressive steps of engine 
diagnosis and oil consumption cure 

CASE STUDIES IN THE NEW NATIONAL- 
ISM: ASIA 
In NATIONALISM AND COLONIALISM 
(16 films) 

CASE STUDIES IN THE NEW NATIONAL- 
ISM: THE ARAB WORLD 
In NATIONALISM AND COLONIALISM 
(16 films) 

CASE STUDY IN TOTALITARIAN NATION- 
ALISM 
In NATIONALISM AND COLONIALISM 
(16 films) 

CASH_ ON THE BARREL HEAD. BurNat 

Affairs 1962 18min sd color $275. rent $45 

ad Guide 

Produced by Reid H. Ray Film Industries 

Shows employees how to understanding 

and appreciate their fringe benefits. Explains 

how benefits add 25 percent more hidden eai^n- 

ings to pay envelope 

LC card Fi A 62-789 

^^T^tX^l^- Sutherland 1962 16min sd color 
(CHBM study ser) $165 

sh-c-ad Guide 

■ j.-^ Explains how catalysts speed up reactions 
without being consumed and shows several 
different types of catalyzed reactions. Illus- 
trates the mechanism of intermediate stages 
and regeneration by showing the decomposi- 
^^^^ °^ formic acid as catalyzed by sulfuric 
acid. Compares and interpretes the potential 
energy curves for the uncatalyzed and cat- 
^iJ^ed decomposition of formic acid as to their 
effects , on reaction rates. Shows the effect of 
a platinum catalyst on the reaction between 
hydrogen and oxygen gas and gives an example 
of enzyme catalysis 

LC card Fi A 62-791 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4780 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



CATTLE RANCH. Contem 1962 20min sd color 
(Social geography ser) $175. rent $7.50 
el-Jh-sh-ad 

French version available 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Pictures the life of a cowboy and the 
herds over which he watches. Filmed through 
the seasons at Douglas Lake. British Columbia, 
on a large cattle ranch 

LC card Fi A 62-59 

THE CAVE COMMUNITY. EBF 1961 13min sd 
(Biology ser) b&w $60, rent $3.50; color 
$120. rent $5 

Jh-sh-c Guide 
Discusses the cave community and ex- 
plains that because of its relatively unchang- 
ing physical environment, it is of great interest 
to biologists Takes a field trip in the Cumber- 
land Caverns of Tennessee, and reveals im- 
portant clues to the central questions of adap- 
tation and evolution of species, pointing out 
that in the depths of a cave, scientists can 
observe the Interactions among plants and ani- 
mals in a community without light, where the 
level of humidity and the year-around tem- 
perature remain nearly constant 
LC card Fi A 61-309 

CELLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS. Contem 
1961 14min sd b«S:w $75, rent $7.50 
Jh-sh 
Shows how biologists study growth and 
behavior of cells and tissues through the tech- 
niques of tissue culture using actual photog- 
raphy of cells and tissue 

CENTENNIAL CONVOCATION (2 films). 
WashU 1961 ea 30min sd b&w ea free- loan 

jh-sh. c-ad 
Kinescopes 

Part 1. Includes Fanfare No. 3. an original 
composition by Dr Stanley Chappie; Pro- 
cessional, Invocation, and an address by 
Governor Albert Rosellini 

Part 2. Includes addresses by Dr Charles E. 
Odegaard. President of the University of 
Washington, and John F. Kennedy, Pres- 
ident of the United States; the Benedic- 
tion and recessional 

CENTRIPETAL FORCE AND SATELLITE 
ORBITS. Coronet 1962 llmin sd b&w $60, 
color $120 

sh Guide 
Shows how mass, velocity, and radius 
affect the magnitude of centripetal force. A 
statement of the complete relationship between 
these factors leads to an equation which may 
be used in solving many problems — such as the 
velocity needed to hold a satellite in orbit, 
illustrated in the film 

THE CHALKBOARD APPROACH TO TEACH- 
ING TYPEWRITING. lowaU 1962 23min sd 
b&w $85. rent $3 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Shows a most effective way to present 
the keyboard using the psychological principles 
of skill development. Tells and shows how to 
utilize the chalkboard, how and when to dem- 
onstrate, how to use the dynamic location- 
fixation stroking pattern, and how to use the 
power building cycle of accuracy-speed-accur- 
acy 

THE CHALLENGE OF MALARIA. Contem 

1958 14min sd b&w $32.50, rent $4 
Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by World Health Organization 
Shows the malaria eradication campaign 
now under way in Iraq and explains the prob- 
lems raised by the growing resistance of mos- 
auitos to insecticides. Includes an explana- 
tion by Dr E. J. Pampana of the need for 
complete eradication of malaria 
LC card Fi A 60-668 

CHAMPIONS AT THE WHEEL. ChampSpark 
1961 27min sd color free-loan 
sh-c-ad 
Produced by Dynamic Films 
Scenes from the 1961 running of the 
Indianapolis "500" mile automobile race cap- 
ture both the excitement of the race and the 
behind-the-scenes atmosphere and relate them 
to a safe driving message 



CHARLEMAGNE AND HIS EMPIRE. Coronet 

1961 13i^min sd b&w $75. color $137.50 

sh Guide 

Pictures Charlemagne's conquests, his 
close ties with the Roman Church, his system 
of government, and his many contributions to 
life in the Middle Ages. Shows how Charle- 
rnagne helped to keep civilization and culture 
alive on the European continent during the 
early years of the Middle Ages 
LC card Fi A 61-305 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4598 

^"^AlHf^''"2NuCITy OF^HISTORIC HOMES 
AND . GARDENS. ChofC-Charles 1960 
13V^mm sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh-ad 

Shows historic homes and the famous 
gardens of Charleston, South Carolina 

CHARLEY'S HAUNT. BellTel 1958 28min sd 
b&w free-loan 

ad 

Produced by Jerry Fairbanks Productions 
for American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

T»^+o„-^^^^ru^®f^®']' P\^ ventriloquist, and Carl 
Peterson, the local telephone company super- 
visor were old fnends who alwavs spent their 
vacations together. One year their vacation 
was delayed beca.use several telephone employ- 

Iwfe^o^f^^^l'^^"^^*^ *.5 off- the- job accidents, 
{shortly after these accidents they began hear- 
ing stories from a number of telephone em- 
^l?Z^l' Strange voices ''haunted" them when- 
fj nv.at?^-o*^^?*^r.^^r^^®^^'Z- '^^^ voices belonged 
tFh^S^^^^^ i^*^^\^^ll^' Mortimer Snerd, Effie 
Fr^H^H,^^' and Ophelia The voices of Charlie 
and his friends also "haunted" other careless 
townspeople and thus prevented accidents 

CHARMING QUEBEC. Quebec 1959 26%min sd 
b&w or color free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

French version available 

r«r.f« ^^vlY^r.^"S^f*^' J*^ world-famed restau- 
rants, the Citadel, the terrace, the narrow. 
o,\'1k "^ streets which evoke the history of old 
S^^^o^^^^' **^l 1'^^^ x^^"*>s. and its French per- 
sonality and character 

"'"'^^. CHARTER. Contem 1961 15min sd b&w 
$bo. rent $5 

ei-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by the United Nations 
r^^^,.^ Introduces the United Nations and ex- 
Rl^^lf^^® V^!e^ °^ world organizations and 
formation of the present Charter. Shows, by 
diagram, word and scene, the internationalma- 
chinery created by the Charter 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4636 

^"^PaPi^^'^ ^^^'^T'Vf LEARNING. Bailey 

1962 lOmin sd color $120. rent $6 

c-ad Guide 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4706 

THE CHECK COLLECTION PROCE<5«5 TnHTT 
1961 21min sd b&w $100 rent $4 ^^^ 

sh-c-ad 

^^1,^ Investigates systematically the check 
collection procedures of the American banking 
ffJ"^!"^- Examines in sequential order the 
^^^Mf^ a check undergoes from the time of de- 
posit until cancelled "paid." Treats the flnan- 
^lal motives of .the banks, the impor&rSS of 
efficiency in quickly freeing bank fundi for 
investment, and exceptions to usual routine 

CHIEF JUSTICE EARL WARREN* THP 

sh-c-ad 

r.f +v,9^T?^?4.^i^®c^*^?^^ss by the Chief Justice 
^£rn^il®f ^^^'i^^u States, Earl Warren, at the 
dedication of the new Iowa Law Center, AprH 
7. 1962. He discusses some of the current 
problems of the legal profession and how an 
^tive^w center might help to alleviate the^S 



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EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



A CHILD ACROSS THE SEA. Assn 1961 
271/^min sd b&w free-loan 
sh-c-ad 

Produced by Justin Herman for Foster 
Parents' Plan ^ ^- ^ ,, 

Tells the true story of a 10 -year- old 
Chinese boy whose family flees Red China and 
the help he receives from his American foster 
parents across the sea 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4707 

CHILD PIONEER. Post 1962 27min sd b&w 
(Readers Digest ser) $125. rent $8 
el-Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by Radio Artists Corp 
Story of 13-year old, John Sa^er. who. 
upon the death of his father and mother on 
the iournev westward, assumed leadership pt 
his family', leading the younger children to 
their new home in the West 

CHILDREN ADRIFT. Contem 1962 26min sd 
b&w $150. rent $12.50 
c-ad 
Produced by Le Film d'Art . 
A compassionate study of foreign slum 
children on the outskirts of Pans in the 
documentary tradition 

CHILDREN OF CHANGE. IntFlmBur 1961 
31min sd b&w $150. rent $7.50 
ad 
Produced by Mental Health Film Board 
Presents some of the problems found in 
the homes of mothers who work or who are 
active in affairs outside the home. Shows the 
value of an effective day- care program for 
children , „. . „. „r< 

LC card Fi A^. 61-251 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4599 

CHILDREN OF THE SILENT NIGHT. Camp- 
bell 1961 27min sd color $170. free-loan 
p-el-jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Sponsored by Perkins School for the Blind 
Compares a child who can see and hear 
with a child who cannot. sho^\angr what it 
means to be both deaf and blind. Explains how- 
such a child can learn to hear through his 
fingers, can learn to realize sounds through 
touching the lips of a speaking person, and 
then learn to imitate sound and speak 
LC card Fi A 62-319 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4741 

CIRCLE OF THE SUN. DeRoche 1961 30min sd 
color $250. rent $12.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by National Film Board of 

^^^ Pictures one of the last gatherings of 
Blood Indians of Alberta celebrating the pass- 
ing glory of their tribe. Includes views of 
Indian life in Canada today, showing the 
herding of cattle, the bone- cracking rodeo, and 
the roughneck's round of the oil camps 
LC card Fi A 62-87 

CITRUS, THE GOLDEN FRUIT. Haeseler 1961 
145^min sd color $79.50 

el-Jh-sh-ad Guide 

Sponsored by Sunkist Growers 
Correlated with the fllmstrip "The golden 
groves" 

Shows the types of western citrus areas 
which grow navel and Valencia oranges, lemons, 
and grapefruit. Explains which climates are 
most suitable to them, how groves are estab- 
lished, cultivating methods, picking, packing, 
shipping, with some references to uses and 
health values 

THE CITY WITH A NEW LOOK. Wurtele 

1961 20min sd b&w or color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Greater Orlando Chamber 
of Commerce 

Stresses the tremendous growth of the 
city of Orlando. Florida, over the past few 
years in both population and industrial devel- 
opment. Shows public buildings and large in- 
dustrial plants and depicts the beauty and 
Quiet charm of Orlando 

CLAIROL TEACHING PACKAGE (2 films). 
Clairol 1960 sd color set $250 
sh-c-ad Guide 

Spanish version available 
Correlated with Clairol' s book "How to 
do better haircolcring" 
Titles are: 



COLOR ANALYSIS WITH MISS CLAIROL. 
14min. Discusses the theory of color 
analysis and color selection In haircolor- 
ing. showing the structure of hair and 
the way in which tints affect hair 
LC card Fi A 61-820 

CORRECT APPLICATION OF MISS CLAIROL. 
17min. Describes and discusses the proper 
method for professional application of 
Miss Clairol haircoloring 
LC card Fi A 61-821 

CLOSE-UP ON KUWAIT. Assn 1961 28%min 
sd color free -loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Mode-Art Pictures for Gulf 
Oil Corp. 

Tells how Kuwait, located at the head of 
the Persian Gulf, has one city, a few town- 
ships, no railroads, and 6,000 square miles of 
desert, and is fourth in the world in crude 
oil production. Shows how a medieval econ- 
omy, through the wise use of a great natural 
resource, has been jet propelled into the twen- 
tieth century, and details the development of 
free education for all Kuwaiti children; free 
medical clinics; a school for the deaf and 
blind; and water distillation plants that con- 
vert sea water to fresh water 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4782 

CLOUD SEARCH. ArizU 1956 8min sd b&w 
$14, rent apply 

c-ad 
Shows the use of airplanes, radar, and 
stop-action photography to trace rain clouds 
and detect the "triggering" of rain clouds. 
Includes stop-action film sequences of thunder- 
head gathering, followed by a cloudburst 

COLLAGE— EXPLORING TEXTURE. IntFlm 
Bur 1961 13min sd color $135. rent $6 
p-ei-c Guide 
Produced by Alexander Hammid 
Correlated with the book "Collage and 
construction in elementary and junior high 
schools ' by Lois Lord 

Depicts the making of collages— pictures 
made by applying materials to a flat surface 
—by children 5 to 8. Each child decides what 
to niake and how to make it. Shows their 
selection of materials, interest in textures and 
iinaginative arrangements, and indicates means 
of motivating creative activity 

COLOIVIBIA AND VENEZUELA. EBF rev 1961 
19min sd b&w $105. rent $5.50; color $210, 
rent $8 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Revision of 1944 film 

Outlines basic characteristics and prob- 
lems of these neighboring countries. Illustrates 
contrasting ways ^of living by a Colombian 
colfee grower, a Lake Maracaibo oil worker. 
^?V- a Venezuelan professor. Shows nature and 
utilization of major topographical features and 
natural resources 

LC card Fi A 62-867 

THE COLONIAL MIND— l-II 

^^ 'HfiJiPNALISM AND COLONIALISM 
(16 films) 

^^H^'V.^^^kyS'^jy^'TH MISS CLAIROL 

In CLAIROL TEACHING PACKAGE (2 
films) 

COLOR AND LIGHT: AN INTRODUCTION. 

Coronet 1961 llmin sd color $110 
el Guide 
Demonstrates in a variety of everyday 
situations the characteristics of color forma- 
?^^fiKf^'^^''®?l* ^^^^^ of light. Uses theatrical 
spotlL^hts to show the effect of different kinds 
of hght with opaque, transparent, and trans- 
lucent objects 

LC card Fi A 61-302 

COLOR COLLAGE. Eastman 1961 22min sd 
color free-loan 

ad 

».o«»,„^i^^yi various aspects of color photog 
raphy and its use in creative advertising 
LC card FI A 61-213 



12 



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COLORS ARE USEFUL. Dowling 1961 llmin 
sd color $110 

p-el Guide 
Points out that colors are not only a 
deliffht to the eyes, but serve to help identify 
things, keep things warm or cool, aid in pol- 
lenation. and as a means of both protection 
and deception in the world of animals 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4708 

COMBINATION CONVENIENCE. Maytag 1961 
4i^min sd b&w or color (Linda Marshall 
Homemaker ser) free- loan 
Ih-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Douglas Productions 
Shows laundry planning when building, 
buying or remodeling a home. Discusses where 
and why laundry might be conveniently placed 
in the home and gives particular attention to 
possibilities of combination washer- dryer 

COME WITH ME MY BROTHER. Women's 
AmORT 1962 29min sd b&w $75, rent $1& 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Deals with two major areas of the work 
of the "Women's American Organization for 
Rehabilitation and Training — Europe and North 
Africa. Discusses a Jewish generation up- 
rooted from North Africa, revealing a new 
aspect of CRT's vocational education program 
and its successful combatting of demoralization 
and delinquency 

COMEBACK. Assn 1961 27min sd color free- loan 
c-ad 

Produced by Joe Hein for Comeback. Inc. 

Takes the viewer on a tour of a modern 
rehabilitation center, and compares outdated 
methods of treatment to present-day techni- 
ques. Tells story of a child who withdraws 
into himself as a result of being cripped by 
poliomyelitis and shows the methods of treat- 
ment which lead to his recovery 

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL WINDOWS 
AND DOORS. RepubSteel 1959 35min sd 
color free- loan 

c-ad 

Produced by Wilding. Inc. 
. , Shows various types of heavier metal 
windows and doors for all types of industrial 
and commercial buildings 
LC card Fi A 62-17 

COMMON LAW. Virginia- Ed 1961 13min sd 
color $90. rent $3 

sh-c-ad 

Traces history of common law from its 
establishment in the United States at James- 
town. Virginia, in 1607. to modern times, and 
relates common law to contemporary lives and 
freedoms 

LC card Fi A 61-432 

COMMUNICABLE DISEASES. WayneStU 1960 
30min sd color (Physical diagnosis ser) 
$195. rent $5 

c-ad 

Sponsored by Ciba Pharmaceutical 
Tells the need for teaching materials in 
the area of communicable diseases. Shows and 
describes such cases as roseola infantum, mea- 
sles, chicken pox. mumps, scarlet fever, whoop- 
ing cough, meningitis, poliomyelitis, tuberculo- 
sis, and blastomycotoc lesions of the skin 
LC card Fi A 62-1004 

COMMUNIST ACCENT ON YOUTH. Pepper- 
dine 1961 30min sd b&w (Crisis for Ameri- 
cans ser) $140 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Explores how basic philosophies of Social- 
ist communism contrast with those of a free 
republic; how Communist leaders think and 
act. and how they manipulate and exploit stu- 
dents and youth throughout the world to serve 
their goal of world domination 

COMMUNIST ENCIRCLEMENT. NatEdProg 
1961 30min sd b&w rent $25; color $150. rent 
$5 

sh-c-ad 

, - Shows the continued growth of the world- 
wide Red conspiracy. Its history and tactics. 
Includes scenes of the Cuban take- over. Congo 
crisis and Laos situation 



THE COMMUNITY. EBF 1962^ llmin sd (Biol- 
ogy ser) b&w $60. rent $3.50: color $120. 

rent $5 ^ /^ -^ 

sh-c Guide 

Shows the biologist's concept of the com- 
munity — as a group of plants and animals, 
each adapted to the same physical conditions 
and each with a particular role to play. Demon- 
strates that in all communities the basic niches 
or functional roles of the organisms remain 
the same 

COMMUNITY HOSPITAL. Sutherland 1962 
llmin sd color $120 

p-ei Guide 

Follows activities of a young boy who 
goes to a modern hospital to have his tonsils 
out. and shows how he is prepared for the 
operation. Points out that many people work 
together to promote community health 

LC card Fi A 62-718 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4784 

COMPETITION IN BUSINESS. Coronet 1961 
13%min sd b&w $75. color $137.50 
Jh-sh Guide 

Explains concepts underlying business 
competition and shows how competition and its 
key factor, variety, are basic to our free enter- 
prise system. Discusses how competition, both 
direct and indirect, works on several levels, 
including price, service, quality, and the de- 
velopment of new and improved products 

LC card Fi A 61-1072 

CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE. AmHeart 
1960 8min sd color $50. rent $3.50 
sh-c-ad 

Produced by Churchill- Wexler Film Pro- 
ductions 

Discusses causes and mechanism of con- 
gestive failure and explains what the patient 
and doctor may do to give relief and prevent 
recurrence 

LC card Fi A 61-403 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4421 

THE CONGRESS. EBF rev 1961 20min sd b&w 
$120, rent $5.50 

Jh-sh-ad Guide 

Revision of 1954 film 

Presents a dramatic demonstration of the 
powers and duties of the Congress. A com- 
munity's need for a flood control program is 
traced from the action of a local committee to 
the campaign of a congressman, through de- 
bate in congressional committee to final action 
on the Senate floor 

LC card Fi A 62-865 

CONQUEST OF DARKNESS. Assn 1961 28min 
sd color free- loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Gateway Film Productions 
for the Salvation Army 

Tells how the Salvation Army's interna- 
tional hand reaches out to a continent in tur- 
moil, to aid the bUnd in Africa. Offers en- 
lightened inspiration about one of the many 
services performed by an Army of peace 

LC card Fi A 62-735 

CONQUEST OF THE ATOM. IntFlmBur 1960 
22min sd color $195. rent $12.50 
sh-c 

Produced by Educational Foundation for 
Visual Aids 

Recreates experiments of J. J. Thompson, 
who proved that the atom can be separated 
into electrons and positive particles; Ernest 
Rutherford, who proved that the atom con- 
sists of a central core — the nucleus — with one 
or more electrons circulating around it; Sir 
John Cockcroft. who split the lithium atom by 
proton bombardment; Sir James Chadwick. who 
discovered the neutron, and Hahn and Strass- 
man. who split the uranium atom by neutron 
bombardment. Shows that in an atomic pile 
the chain reaction is controlled so that a con- 
tinuous supply of energy can be produced 

THE CONSTANT WITNESS. Broadman 1961 
30min sd color $210. rent $10.50 
ad 
Shows how. through the efforts of a faith- 
ful witnessing Christian, a wife rededicates 
her life, a husband accepts Christ, and a mar- 
riage is saved 

LC card Fi A 61-917 



13 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



CONSTELLATIONS. GUIDES TO THE NIGHT 
SKY. IndU 1961 llmin sd b&w $50. rent $2: 
color $100. rent $3.25 
el-jh-sh 
Shows the easily recognized constellations 
and celestial objects in northern and southern 
skies. Relates constellations to their mytho- 
logical origins. Acquaints the viewer with 
some of the types of stars and other celestial 
objects that can be seen only through a tele- 
scope 

CONTOURING YOUR FIGURE. EducHor 1961 
lOmin sd color $110 

jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Demonstrates the correct and effective 
body contouring techniques in physical educa- 
tion, health, body mechanics and personal 
grooming 

COOLING SYSTEM. UnionCarb 1957 12min sd 
b&w free- loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Explains the operation and maintenance 
of the auto cooling system 

COPPER ENAMELING. AmHandicrafts 1956 
15min sd color $77. free-loan 
Jh-sh-ad 
Demonstrates step-by-step enameling on 
metal 

LC card Fi A 61-997 

COPPER TOOLING AND MANUFACTURING. 

AmHandicrafts 1956 29min sd color $132. 
free-loan 

Jh-sh-ad 
Shows steps in the production of copper 
foil in a Chase Brass and Copper Company 
plant. Demonstrates techniques used in tooling 
and finishing copper foil pictures 
LC card Fi A 61-1000 

THE CORN BELT. IndU 1961 17min sd (United 
States geographical regions ser) b&w $75; 
color $150. rent $5.50 
el-Jh 
Shows the importance of corn as an eco- 
nomic commodity. Illustrates the nature of the 
corn belt in sixty- one widely scattered loca- 
tions. Explains how farm mechanization, the 
development of hybrid seeds and fertilizers 
have increased production with the resulting 
rise in the farmers' standard of living. Em- 
phasizes the economic interdependence of this 
region to the whole of the United States 

A CORONARY 

In THE DISORDERED MIND (4 films) 

CORRECT APPLICATION OF MISS CLAIROL 
In CLAIROL TEACHING PACKAGE 
(2 films) 

THE COSTLY CROWD. PlannedParent 1961 
24i/4min sd color $125 
sh-c-ad 
Produced by Parthenon Pictures 
Shows that the radical population expan- 
sion in the United States has created severe 
economical, social, political and human prob- 
lems which will develop into serious threats to 
the soundness of this country if they go un- 
heeded. Shows the fallacy of the premise that 
"more babies mean more business and pros- 
perity for everyone" 

THE COTTON BELT: YESTERDAY AND TO- 
DAY. IndU 1961 17min sd (United States 
geographical regions ser) b&w $75; color 
$150. rent $5.50 

el-Jh 
Describes changes that have taken place 
in the southern states where cotton was, or 
still is being grown. Pictures 71 locations to 
illustrate the cotton belt's geographic area. 
Explains how farmers have begun to concen- 
trate on crops other than cotton and empha- 
sizes that although mechanized cotton growing 
is still a major agricultural activity, it is no 
longer king 

COTTON FERTILIZATION. CalifSprav 1961 
13mln sd color free-loan 
jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Ingraham Productions 
Shows growing of cotton from seeding to 
harvest in the Arizona cotton country. Dis- 
cusses need of a continuous fertilizer- feeding 



program in order to produce high yields and top 
quality, and describes roles of the chemical 
company with its product and field service, 
and the farmer who must incorporate these 
new concepts into his farming operation. Ex- 
plains how scientific cultural practices and 
intelligent use of chemical fertilizers provide 
part of the answer of the need of more food 
and fiber for the increasing population of the 
world 

LC card Fi A 61-323 

COTTON IN TODAY'S WORLD. Coronet 1961 
llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 
el-Jh-sh Guide 

Scenes filmed in Egypt, India, Mexico, 
Indonesia, and England present a brief his- 
torical background of the growing of cotton and 
indicate its important place in the economy of 
the world today. Shows modern American 
methods of growing, spraying, picking, and 
ginning cotton, and includes views of some of 
the finished products 

LC card Fi A 61-400 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4710 

THE COUNTRY STORE. FilmAssoc 1962 12min 
sd b&w $70, rent $3.75; color $130, rent $6.25 
el-Jh-sh Guide 

Discusses the role of the country store in 
American history, explaining that the country 
store was a social point where people gathered 
to exchange ideas and gossip, and where com- 
munity problems were aired and solved; ex- 
plains that the storekeeper acted as postmaster 
and pharmacist. Points out that as transporta- 
tion improved, the role of the country store 
diminished 

LC card Fi A 62-321 

COVERING OLE MISS. MissU 1962 20min sd 
b&w $75. free-loan 

sh-c 

Shows production of an issue of the Uni- 
versity of Missisippi campus newspaper. The 
Mississippian 

LC card Fi A 62-676 

CRAFTSMANSHIP AND AUTOMATION. Field 
Ent I960 22min sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows one of the world's largest and most 
modern printing plants as The World book 
encyclopedia is printed and bound. Views 
machinery in operation under actual production 
conditions and many aspects of graphic arts 
production. Portrays craftsmen at their skills 
in each step of the printing and binding opera- 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4529 

CRATERS OF THE MOON: IDAHO'S NA- 
TIONAL MONUMENT. IdahoDptComm 1961 
12min sd b&w $57.50; color $115. free-loan 
el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

A tour of Craters of the Moon National 
Monument, showing the main cinder cones and 
moon- like craters, the large lava flows, the 
sponge type rock, the spatter bombs and the 
small plant and animal life at the volcanic area 

LC card Fi A 62-114 

CRISIS ON THE KANAWHA. Finley 1962 
24min sd color $200 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Ohio River Valley Water 
Sanitation Commission 

Discusses the industrial wastes that cause 
water pollution. Describes with particular em- 
phasis on the complex of chemical industries on 
the Kanawha River in West Virginia, how 
industry is spending millions of dollars to build 
industrial waste treatment facilities to prevent 
water pollution 

CROSS SECTION OF AMERICA. GenMot 1961 
21min sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows the intensive rigorous automotive 
testing that goes on around the clock, at the 
General Motors Proving Grounds, pointing out 
that this is a serious scientific operation with 
highly skilled technicians using specialzed in- 
strumentation and advanced electronic com- 
puters 

LC card Fi A 61-882 



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CULTERING SLIME MOLD PLASMODIUM. 

Thorne 1962 eVamin sd color (Biological tech- 
niques ser) $65, rent $5 
sh-c 
Correlated with the Biological Sciences 
Curriculum Study textbook "High school biol- 
ogy' ' 

Shows the culturing of slime mold (Phy- 
sarum polycephalum) from sclerotium, plus 
transfer and growth of plosmodium on npn- 
nutrient agar. Illustrates plasmodial streaming 
and sporangia through photomicrography 

CYPRUS, THE NEW REPUBLIC. DavisProd 
1962 19min sd color $160 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Sponsored by Cyprus Tourist Office 
Discusses the ancient history of Cyprus, 
showing Neolithic ruins, and tells the legend 
of Aphrodite. Describes the handicrafts and 
main industries of Cyprus, Includes scenes of 
the fortifications of FaiTiagusta and of the 
ruins of castles and fortresses, with views .of 
cities and villages, and of Archbishop Makanos 
and Dr Kuchuk 

LC card Fi A 61-1044 



DANISH DESIGN. Brandon 1960 15min sd color 
$165. rent $12.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Danish Society of Arts and 
Crafts , , 

Shows Danish contemporary art and de- 
sign with examples of the work of the best 
known chair designers, and close-ups of in- 
dividual craftsmen in modern shops and fac- 
tories. Study of fabrics and silver as . well as 
furniture reveals inspiration from classical art, 
other countries, and Denmark's rural culture 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4564 

DAPHNI— THE VIRGIN OF THE GOLDEN 
LAURELS. Filmlm 1962 17min sd b&w $100, 
rent $10 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by George Hoyningen-Huene , 
Shows an 11th century church in Attica 
dedicated to the Virgin Mary, one of the finest 
specimens of Byzantine architecture. Byzantium 
mosaic decorations depict the life of Mary. 
Modern painting is foreshadowed in the stylised 
facial expressions, gestures of hands and bodily 
postures 

LC card Fi A 62-889 

DARK VALLEY. Gospel 1961 40min sd b&w 
rent $16 

ei-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Three men. trapped in a mine hundreds of 
fe^t below the earth's surface, with a dwin- 
dling supply of fresh air, face death together 
and long suppressed bitterness explodes, pitting 
son against father and friend. Shows the neces- 
sity of faith in God 

DARTMOUTH FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS 

(2 films). Dartmouth ea 45min sd b&w free- 
loan 

sh-c-ad 
Shows important plays from the football 
games of the 1960 and 1961 seasons 

Titles are: 
FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS OF 1960. 1960 
FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS OF 1961. 1961 

DARWIN'S FINCHES. FilmAssoc 1961 llmin sd 
b&w $60. rent $3; color $115, rent $5 
el-Jh Guide 

Discusses Charles Darwin's voyage to the 
Galapagos Islands and his observations of the 
animals on the islands which resulted in his 
reasoning that variation and natural selection 
are important in the formation of new species. 
Explains that the modern conception of the 
origin of new species of plants and animals 
dates from the publication in 1859 of Darwin's 
book "The origin of species" 

LC card Fi A 61-866 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4672 

DAY FOR WITNESS. B&FComm 1961 20min sd 
color $160, rent $8 

ad Guide 
Tells how the four members of the Ortega 
family of Buenos Aires, Argentina, live their 
Protestant faith in the midst of an old Catho- 
lic culture which is rapidly being secularized 



THE DAY MANOLETE WAS KILLED. Contem 
1957 lamin sd b&w $145. rent $20 
sh-c-ad 

Produced by Barnaby Conrad 

Manolete, at 30, the greatest matador in 
the world, came out of retirement to fight the 
young challenger Luis Dominguin. Using still 
photographs exclusively, the film reconstructs 
the match when death came to Manolete in the 
ring 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3625 

DEADLY DILEMMA. CanNFB 1961 25min sd 
b&w $110, rent $7 

sh-c-ad 
Examines effects of the widespread use of 
chemical insecticides. Shows experiments in 
finding means of controlling specific pest in- 
sects, leaving harmless ones unmolested 

DEAR FRIENDS AND GENTLE HEARTS. 

Post 1962 27min sd b&w (Readers Digest 
ser) $125, reat $8 

Jh-sh-ad 
Tells the life story of Stephen Foster 
from his writing of "Oh, Susanna to his last 
composition "Beautiful dreamer" and explains 
how his songs have been so widely sung. In this 
country and abroad, that they have passed into 
the realm of the folk tunes of the world 

DECADE OF DECISION. WorldWide 1961 65min 
sd b&w rent $15 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Dave Garroway, television personality, 
narrates the story of the past ten years of 
Billy Graham's ministry 

DECORATING UNLIMITED. BellTel 1961 
28%min sd color free- loan 
c-ad 
Produced by Jerry Fairbanks Productions 
for American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Shows how a housewife cleverly and 
tastefully redecorates her home 
LC card Fi A 61-1094 

DEGAS, MASTER OF MOTION. SouthernCalU 
1959 15Snin sd b&w $155, rent $5 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
An exhibition of more than 100 works of 
Degas — drawings, paintings, and sculpture — at 
the Los Angeles County Museum, emphasizing 
his three favorite subjects: horses and jockeys, 
portraits, and ballet dancers. Explains that 
Degas was an artist who saw with his intellect 
as much as he saw with his eyes and his feel- 
ings and captured the beauty and uniqueness 
of a moment of movement 
LC card Fi A 60-601 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4496 

THE DELINQUENT, HIPSTER, AND THE 
SQUARE. Carousel 1961 29min sd b&w 
(Look up and live ser) $135 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by CBS News 
Study of the dynamics of youth culture as 
expressed in three dominent youth reactions to 
the world, rebellion, escape and uncritical ac- 
ceptance. Examines and points out the signifi- 
cance of each reaction 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4674 

A DEPRESSION 

In THE DISORDERED MIND (4 films) 

THE DESERT. EBF 1962 22min sd (Biology 
ser) b&w $120, rent $5.50; color $240, rent 
$8 

sh-c Guide 
Shows characteristics of the desert biome 
— widely- spaced drought- resistant evergreen 
plants which carry on photo- synthesis all year, 
and small annual plants that flower only in the 
spring rainy season and then die. Portrays a 
variety of plant and animal life and locates the 
desert areas of the world 

DESIGN FOR BEAUTY. Assn 1961 28l^min sd 
color free-loan 

sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by Vision Associates for the 
International Silver Co. 

Discusses the history of silver — its back- 
ground, heritage and current uses — from the 
raw ingot to the finished ware and tells of 
its place in industry 

LC card Fi A 62-141 



15 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



DESIGN FOR MORE EGGS. UnionPacif 1962 
13%min sd color free loan 
p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows ways of increasing qrr production 
and explains methods of improving the flock 
through breeding and new cullmg methods. 
Compares layers and non-layers before and 
after killing and shows important factors m 
building a profitable flock 

DESIGN INTO SPACE. IntFlmBur 1961 lOmin 
sd color $110. rent $5 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Visual Education Films 
Demonstrates procedures that may be 
applied to fashion a space design: the making 
of the initial sketch. 3-dimensional model and 
final sculpture. Shows steps in .the creation 
of space designs of metal, plastic and other 
materials 

DESIGN WITH PAPER. IntFlmBur 1961 lOmln 
sd color $110. rent $5 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Cardinal Films 

Starting with simple, basic folds, these 
designs with paper advance to more complex. 
3-dimensional forms, which are made possible 
by measuring, scoring, folding and pasting. 
Among the created forms are a globe, pleated 
columns and concentric curved shapes 

DETECT AND DESTROY. Sikorsky 1962 14min 
sd color free-loan 

j'h-sh-c-ad 
Depicts how United States Navy evalu- 
ated new twin-turbin Sikorsky HSS-2 heli- 
copter and determined its readiness for fieet 
service. Navy engineering test pilots put the 
big turbocopter through a series of operational 
maneuvers designed to determine the aircraft's 
capabilities and limitations. Details hands- off, 
(Luto-rotations. night tests, instrument work, 
searching for submarines, operating from a 
Barrier, and firing weapons 

■HE DEVELOPMENT OF POWER. AV-ED 
1962 llmin sd color $110. rent $6 
el-Jh-sh-ad 

Study of man's progress from the muscle 
power of early times to the atomic power of 
today. Shows nis use of animals, wind, water, 
steam, electricity, combustion, jet propulsion 
and the atom to help him in his daily tasks, 
and how the various power sources are con- 
verted into useful energy 

DIABETICS UNKNOWN. PubAffairs 1961 
29min sd b&w $75, rent $7.50 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Gives medical and background informa- 
tion while patients describe how they discov- 
ered they had diabetes and what they are doing 
about it 

THE DIAMOND FINGER. NYU 1957 28min sd 
color rent $3.50 

sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Grovemment of Thailand 
Classical dance drama of Thailand based 
on the moral concept that the misuse of power 
is evil 

THE DIMENSIONS OF A COLLEGE: THE 
STORY OF Ml DOLE BURY. Campbell 1961 
33min sd color $198, free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Middlebury College 
Tells the story of the small Independent 
liberal arts college. It is the story of Middle- 
bury in particular, but more generally, the 
story of liberal arts education in America. 
Traces the program today, and shows how it 
has produced successful graduates 
LC card Fl A 62-708 

DINOSAUR LAND. Utah 1961 25mln sd color 
free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Richard V. Thirlot for Dino- 
saurland. Inc. 

Features attractions in Dinosaur National 
Monument. Vernal, the Uinta Mountains, and 
Flaming Gorge area. Includes views of the huge 
dinosaur fossil quarry and of dinosaur replicas 

LC card Fi A 62-392 



DISASTER— 1906. Studiol6Educ 1961 29min ad 
b&w $150 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by Bonanza Associates 

Correlated with the book ''The earth 
shook, the sky burned" by William Knox Bron- 
son 

Story of the San Francisco earthquake 
in 1906 made from still photographs. Includes 
many views of the city, before, during and 
after the quake , ^, ,„„^ 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4639 

DISCOVERING PERSPECTIVE. ^ FilmAssoc 
1962 14min sd color $160. rent $6.25 
el-Jh-sh 
Shows that we live in a world of depth, 
of distance where some things are close to us. 
some far away. Using perspective we can 
create the appearance of distance on a flat sur- 
face. Overlapping, vertical position, graying 
colors, varying detail, varying size, and con- 
verging lines are techniques used to create 
•perspective. Any one or more of these methods 
helps to create the appearance of depth, or 
distance, on a flat surface 

DISCOVERING SCULPTURE. Bailey 1962 
lOmin sd b&w $60. rent $4 
p-el Guide 
Produced by John Waddell 
Told from the point of view of a small 
boy who, with his brother, discovers wonderful 
experiences in creativity. They enjoy creating 
things out of materials found everywhere— 
stones, sticks, mud, sand and water, shells, 
paper, and scraps of wood and metal. Will 
motivate primary children to observe natural 
materials around them, to use their hands 
and their imaginations to build things of all 
shapes, and to enjoy seeing the results 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4640 

DISCOVERING TEXTURE. FilmAssoc 1961 
17min sd color $170. rent $8.75 
el-Jh-sh Guide 

Explains that every surface has texture 
and that an object may have several textures. 
Points out that we learn about textures by 
touching the surfaces of objects and looking 
at the way light reflects from these surfaces. 
Shows how man uses paints, tools, and ma- 
terials to change the texture of surfaces 

LC card Fi A 61-865 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4641 

THE DISCOVERY OF INSULIN. IntFlmBur 

rev 1961 19min sd b&w $100, rent $5 

Jh-sh Guide 

Revision of 1958 fllm "The quest" 

Produced by National Film Board of 

Canada 

Story of Doctors Frederick Banting and 
Charles Best, young Canadians who in 1921 
worked against time and doubt to discover 
insulin. Shows their work with dogs at the 
University of Toronto 

THE DISORDERED MIND (4 films). IntFlm 
Bur 1961 ea 30min sd b&w ea $170. rent 
apply 

c-ad 
Produced by Robert Anderson Associates 
Titles are: 

A CORONARY. Examines the effect of emo- 
tional disorders on the patient's body 
through illness, documenting the case of 
a successful 34-year-old insurance sales- 
man 

A DEPRESSION. Considers specific mental ill- 
ness in order to show how emotional 
factors can affect the mind. Explores 
the case of a young man who has re- 
covered from a depression so desperate 
that he attempted to kill his wife, child 
and himself 

A PATHOLOGICAL ANXIETY. Examines the 
effect of mental disorder on behavior. 
The patient is an office worker whose 
efforts to suppress his hostilities result 
in a sense of terror and panic which 
prevents him from leading a normal life 

A PSYCHOPATH. Presents the case history 
of a psychopath whose criminal tendencies 
constitute a threat to his community. A 
convicted burglar of high intelligence is 
the patient 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



A DIVIDED WORLD. Janus 1962 lOmin sd b&w 
$75. rent $7.50 

ad 
Observes the animal world. A fox, an 
owl. and an ermine hunt for food in a snowy 
forest, and a rabbit is their natural prey. He 
is killed and eaten, his cries muffled by the 
depths of the woods. Within a church lit 
for winter worship, the organ music of Bach 
opposes perfect order to the cruelty of nature's 
laws 

DOMAIN AND HYSTERESIS IN FERROMAG- 
NETIC MATERIALS. BellTell 1961 SS^^min 
sd color free -loan 

c Guide 

Sponsored by American Telephone & 
Telegraph Co. 

Develops the theories that are funda- 
mental to understanding hysteresis in magneti- 
cally soft and magnetically hard materials 
and shows motion pictures of domain waU 
motion. Includes a discussion of the origin 
of the coercive force 

DON'T BLAME MEI Hour 1962 27l^min sd 
b&w $180. rent $9; color $300. rent $13.50 
sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Third Order of St Francis 

John Smith, one of the average men, has 
an over-average interest in Congressional in- 
vestigations. He revels in TV programs which 
probe the shady deals of business and politics. 
His hobby is interrupted one evening by the 
arrival of a strange committee, bent on investi- 
gating him for TV. What they discover about 
John Smith is an embarrassing revelation of 
his failings in his duty to his family, his cotm- 
try and his beliefs 

THE DOUBLE LIFE OF THE DRAGONFLY. 

FilmPharos 1962 llmin sd color $110 
ei-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by Film Polski 

Shows the mature insect in flight and at 
rest, and identifies its organs. Depicts the 
mating flight and shows the nymph after the 
larva stage. Portrays its predatory habits and 
tells how, from its watery home and imper- 
fect form, the nymph emerges to "enjoy its 
life for one brief summer" 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4785 

DRIVE DEFENSIVELY. EBF 1960 llmin sd 
b&w $60, rent $2.50; color $120. rent $4 
sh-ad Guide 

Describes a driver who has many excel- 
lent driving skills and whose reactions and 
ability to handle his car are superior to those 
of the average driver. Shows how such a 
driver, despite his own skills, will continually 
endanger himself and others until he learns to 
drive defensively 

LC card Fi A 59-507 

THE DROPOUT. IntFlmBur 1961 29min sd 
b&w $150, rent apply 
c-ad 

Produced by Mental Health Film Board 
for The National Education Assn. 

Dramatizes the causes and consequences 
of dropout through the story of one of thou- 
sands of youngsters who leave school each 
year. Shows how a typical community, through 
remedial reading programs, work experience 
programs and other activities may tackle the 
dropout problem 

LC card Fi A 62-414 

DRUMS ACROSS THE LAGOON. NZeaJEmb 
1961 25min sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Cook Islanders are viewed at their daily 
work and some of their traditional ceremonies 

DUPLICATING BY SPIRIT METHOD. Bailey 
1961 15mm sd b&w $75, rent $5; color $140, 
rent $7.50 

sh-c-ad Guide 
Shows carbon master sets and illustrates 
the dye transfer process in this demonstration 
of. spirit duphcatmg (also known as liquid or 
fluid duplicating). Shows typing the master 
set. making corrections by various methods, 
using hand lettering and colored carbons. Gives 
close attention to each step In operating the 
machine and stresses proper care of equipment 



DYE 2 DYE 3. Lockheed-Ga 1959 14min sd color 
free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows how twelve Tactical Air Command 
ski-equipped C-130s provided the sole means 
for transporting structural steel, electronics 
gear, heavy equipment and construction work- 
ers to two remote radar sites (Dye Two and 
Dye Three), extensions of the DEW (distant 
early warning) line, high on the Greenland Ice 
Cap in the Summer of 1959. The big ships 
proved to be uniquely fitted for the mission. In 
the course of which they moved 18.000 tons of 
cargo 



EARLY MARRIAGE. BrownTr 1961 26mln sd 
color $200 

sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by Churchill- Wexler Film Pro- 
ductions 

Deals with teenage marriage, high school 
counseling, and classroom teaching of marriage 
preparation 

LC card Fi A 61-827 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4565 



EARLY VICTORIAN ENGLAND 

CHARLES DICKENS 
In THE NOVEL (4 films) 



AND 



THE EARTH IN CHANGE, THE EARTH'S 
CRUST. EBF 1961 16min sd b&w $90. rent 
$4.50; color $180, rent $6.50 
el-Jh-sh Guide 
Tells story of the changing land features 
of our planet. Describes and illustrates ways 
in which ice, wind and water act to wear away 
the surface of the earth, and how sedimenta- 
tion, the action of volcanoes and earthquakes 
and other forces help to build it up. Scenes of 
Glacier National Park, Vesuvius and Paricutin 
volcanoes and other rich geologic sources 
throughout the world contribute to a real 
understanding of the processes that change 
the surface of the earth 

THE EARTH IN EVOLUTION. AV-ED 1962 
lOmin sd color $110, rent $6 
el-Jh-sh-ad 

Animation and special efCects show the 
formation and growth of our earth: the boil- 
ing, churning surface, the solidification and 
the winds, the rains, earthquakes and vol- 
canoes sculpturing its surface 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4713 

EARTHWORM: ANATOMY AND DISSEC- 
TION. Coronet 1961 llmin sd b&w $60, 
color $110 

Jh-sh-c Guide 
Stresses correct laboratory techniques for 
dissection, showing a close look at the diges- 
tive, circulatory, excretory, nervous, and re- 
productive systems of the earthworm. Shows 
functioning of these systems by means of ex- 
treme close-up photography, photomicrography, 
and diagrams 

LC card Fi A 61-1071 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4714 

EAST GERMANY: LAND BEYOND THE 
WALL. Carousel 1962 53min sd b&w $250 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by CBS News 

Provides a detailed report on life in East 
Germany. Depicts the persuasive influence of 
the Communist Party on every facet of daily 
existence — at home, on the job, in church, and 
in the schools. Includes interviews with a capi- 
talistic businessman, a pastor, an oflacial of 
Rostock University and Walter Ulbricht. chair- 
man of East Germany's Council of State 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4715 

ECHINODERMS— SEA STARS AND THEIR 
RELATIVES. EBF 1961 16min sd (Biology 
ser) b&w $90, rent $4.50; color $180, rent 
$6.50 

sh-c Guide 
Illustrates the characteristics of the five 
classes of echinoderms. Shows stages of re- 
production and development and points out that 
the larvae of echinoderms provide a clue to 
their relationship to other groups and to the 
understanding of the place of echinoderms in 
evolution 



Mr 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



THE ECONOMICS OF EMPIRE 

In NATIONALISM AND COLONIALISM 
(16 films) 

EDUCATION IN THE U.S.S.R. Brandon 1959 
16min sd b&w rent $6 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Moscow Popular Science 
Film Studios , ^ ^ . ^ 

Discusses the seven-year plan for Soviet 
education from 1959-1965. Surveys the coun- 
try's educational growth in the last forty years. 
Begins wiith the birth of a boy in January 1959 
and outlines the possibiliites of advancement 
through education awaiting this boy. showing 
pupils at all age levels in schools as well as 
in workshops and factories 

THE EFFECT OF HEAT ON MILK. Assn 1962 
lOmin sd color free -loan 

sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by Dallas Jones Productions for 
Evaporated Milk Assn. 

Gives a brief explanation of the steps 
in heat treatment in a pasteurizing plant and 
a scientific discussion of the important diges- 
tive and blending qualities of milk that are 
produced by heat used in pasteurization and 
sterilization. Emphasizes the wide range of 
foods which are improved by the use of heat 
treated concentrated milk 

EGYPT, A COUNTRY IN TRANSITION. Int 

FlmBur 1961 lOmin sd color $110. rent ?5 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Contrasts present progress and traditional 
ways of life in Egypt. Indicates dependence on 
the Nile and climatic factors and shows that 
this nation, once a mighty builder, culturally 
advanced, has been sleeping through the ages 
and is only now awakening to new ideas and 
techniques 

THE ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE. USSteel 1961 
7min sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by John Sutherland Produc- 
tions , . , .^ , 

Shows steelmaking processes in the elec- 
tric arc furnace 

ELECTRONS AND ELECTRONICS: AN IN- 
TRODUCTION. Coronet 1962 llmin sd b«few 
$60. color $110 

Jh-sh Guide 
Explains how such electronic devices as 
vacuum tubes and transistors work and how 
thev are put to use in the fields of communica- 
tion, transportation, medicine and industry. A 
visit to a broadcasting station shows us what 
part electronics plays in bringing us radio and 
television 

LC card Fi A 62-37 

ELECTRONS AT WORK. EBF 1961 14min sd 
(Science for the space age ser) b&w $75. 
color $150 

el-Jh Guide 
Presents examples of electrons at work, 
showing how they supply energy to turn a pad- 
dle wheel, to create a picture on a television 
.screen, and to operate an electronic computer. 
Uses simple experiments and demonstrations to 
illustrate the characteristics of electrons and 
to show how they can be controlled for useful 
purposes 

LC card Fi A 61-888 

THE EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT OF FISH. 

CanNFB 1961 28min sd color (Embryonic 
development ser) $260. rent $10 
c 
Shows development of the fish embryo 
from fertilization to hatching. Represents in 
diagrammatic form the processes of growth; 
and shows the actual growth of the embryo 
by magnification, time-lapse, and natural speed 
photography 

LC card Fi A 62-86 

EMOTIONAL STYLES IN HUMAN RELA- 
TIONS. CalifU 1962 24min sd b&w (Man- 
agement development ser) purchase apply 
c-ad 
Presents a theory to account for differ- 
ent typical emotional styles in human behavior 
and an explanation of the dynamics associated 
with each style. Designed for purposes of man- 
agement development 



THE END OF BLACKBEARD THE PIRATE. 

Post 1962 27mih sd b&w (Readers Digest 
ser) $125. rent $8 

ei-Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by Radio Artists Corp. 
Story of how Blackbeard meets his end 
in a battle with British merchantmen off the 
North Carolina coast. But not before he ter- 
rorizes the settlement of Charles Town, where 
he orders two residents held as hostages 
against his demands for medicines, which his 
crew needs, and treasure, which the Governor 
holds 

END OF THE LINE. Contem 1960 SOmin sd 
b&w $130. rent $7 

el-Jh-ad 
Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

A look at the steam locomotive as it 
passes from reality into history 

ENDEAVOUR IN THE ISLANDS. NZealEmb 
1961 18min sd color free- loan 
sh-c-ad 
Shows H.M.N.Z.S. "Endeavour." on a 
scientific and supply mission, visiting Raoul 
Island. Fiji, the Tokelau Islands and the 
Northern Cook group and returning to New 
Zealand by way of Rarotonga and Great Barrier 
Island 

ENERGY AND POWER: A FIRST LOOK. 

Journal 1962 lOmin sd b&w $55, color $110 
p-el Guide 
Produced by Gilbert Altschul Productions 
Introduces the many ways in which man 
harnesses energy and increases his capacity to 
do work. Shows that machines have given man 
the tools and resources to make this a world 
of abundance 

THE ENGLAND OF ELIZABETH. IntFlmBur 
1961 26min sd color $225. rent $15 
sh-c-ad 
Produced by British Transport Films 
Depicts the greatness and glory of the 
Elizabethan period through art treasures, early 
maps, books, architecture and views of the 
English countryside, and traces important his- 
torical events. Growth of the maritime fleet, 
prominence in the arts, the persuasive person- 
ality and influence of Elizabeth, the growing 
adventurousness, and the songs and sonnets of 
Shakespeare all help to convey the prestige and 
spirit of the England of Elizabeth 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4498 

ESCAPE TO THE WOODS. Quebec 1961 
14l^'min sd b&w or color free-loan 
p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

French version available 

Tells that in nature there is a whole 
world teeming with unsuspected life, sparkling 
with light, overflowing with coolness. Shows the 
duck and its brood, the moose superb and in- 
dependent, the toilsome beaver, the black bear 
in quest of wild berries, the Canada goose and 
wood -pecker 

ESKIMO RIVER VILLAGE. Northern 1962 
12i^min sd color $125 

el-Jh-sh-ad Guide 

Describes the life and living conditions of 
inland Eskimos of Alaska. Portrays the typical 
Eskimo river village of Sleetmute. showing 
home, school, church, social, and business activ- 
ities aganst the ever-felt backdrop of climate 
and geography 

LC card Fi A 62-577 

ETHIOPIA— AFRICA'S ANCIENT KINGDOM. 

Disney 1961 17min sd color (Far places ser) 

$160 

el-jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by Paul Hoefler Productions 
Tells how Ethiopia has a continuous his- 
tory of over 3000 years and that the Ethiopians 
attribute their ancestry to the ancient Galla, 
Hamite and Semite tribes. From them they 
have acquired their Coptic religion, an early 
branch of Christianity, and their Amharic 
language, the official tongue of the nation. Lack 
of a universal language, improved methods of 
travel, and adequate schools have, to a large 
degree, kept these people from contact with 
the outside world. Shows how their ruler is 
seeking ways to improve trade and agriculture 
and to raise the living standards in his king- 
dom 



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EVEN FOR ONE. Sterl-MovUSA 1957 28min sd 
h&vr free- loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Dynamic Films for American 
Medical Assn. 

Dramatizes the importance of relying on a 
doctor's judgment as well as on his skill, telling 
about a mother who becomes distraught when 
the doctor will not treat her son for typhoid 
after the son's playmate has been stricken with 
the disease 

LC card Fi A 60-157 

EVERYBODY'S WEDELN (2 films). IntFlmBur 
1960 sd color ea $225. rent ea $19.50 
sh-c-ad 
Produced by Ashley and Crippen 
Demonstrates the Wedeln skiing technique 

Part 1. 22min. Shows side slipping, weight shift- 
ing, heel thrust, snow plow Christies and 
other exercises which — perfected and com- 

-■ bined — culminate in mastery of the Wed- 

t-' eln technique 

Part 2. 27min, Shows different phases of ad- 
vanced skiing, beginning with a demon- 
stration of the difference between the 
Mambo and Wedeln, Follows with these 
demonstrations: jump Christies; skiing in 
windblown snow, one of the greatest ski- 
ing challenges; methods of coming to a 
quick stop; skiing over bumps and mogels; 
five important combinations used in slalom 
racing 

EXPEDITION BORNEO: LAND OF THE 
SLEEPkNG GIANT. Copley 1961 12y2niin sd 
color $90. free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-ad 
Shows the people, the plans and the 
equipment used by the San Diego Zoo members 
on a joint expedition with the Surabaja Zoo in 
Indonesia into the wilds of Borneo in search of 
the rare Proboscis monkey. Includes views of 
the San Diego Zoo's specimens in unbarred 
cages, the very rare Komoda Dragon in the 
Surabaja Zoo, and journeys into the interior 
of Borneo 

LC card Fi A 62-909 

EXPERIMENTING WITH AIR. IntFlmBur 1962 
13min sd color $135. rent $6 
el 
Produced by Visual Education Films 
Covers characteristics and properties of 
air and portrays the power of atmospheric pres- 
sure. Practical exampels stimulate interest in 
the subject and show how we use our knowl- 
edge about air. A boy's adaptation of Toricelli's 
mercury column experiment confirms that air 
pressure is lower at higher altitudes. Introduces 
the aneroid barometer and explains its applica- 
tion as an altimeter 

EXTREME ORIENT. See FAR EAST 

EYES SOUTH. Baptist- ForMis 1960 30min sd 
color rent $5 

jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows extent of Southern Baptist mission 
work in Latin America through the eyes of 
newly appointed missionaries engaged in lan- 
guage study in San Jos^, Costa Rica 
LC card Fi A 61-465 

EZRA POUND. Contem 1962 15min sd b&w $110. 
rent $10 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by British Broadcasting Corp. 
A profile of American poet Ezra Loomis 
Pound in Italy. He tells about himself and his 
work and quotes extracts from his poems and 
other works 



FABRIC CARE MAGIC. AmInstLndr 1961 
13%min sd color free-loan 
el-jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Arthur Lodge Productions 
Shows the professional way of caring 
for clothing and other fabric items, and tells 
how the problem of fabric care has been com- 
plicated by the introduction of innumerable 
new synthetics and chemically- treated fibers. 
Presents testing procedures in the laboratories 
of the Institute to step up its testing and re- 
search programs 



FABRICANTES MEXICANOS DE OLLAS. 

Bailey 1962 9min sd color $100. rent $5 
sh-c Guide 
Spanish narration 

Tells how olla making is the principal 
occupation of the people in the Mayo Indian 
village of Ubalama in central Mexico. Shows 
how these Indians live, make these large jars, 
or ollas. and trade them for the necessities of 
life. Stresses how a primitive industry has 
retained its importance today 

FACES OF FREEDOM. Unitedlsr 1960 17min 
sd color free- loan 

el-jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Lazar Dunner 
Tells the story of the people who suffered, 
struggled and survived to become free citizens 
of the free country of Israel 

FACTS ABOUT THE CIVIL WAR. Carousel 
1961 26min sd b&w $135 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by CBS News 

Focuses on the Gettysburg campaign, 
broadening into a discussion of the war and 
its meaning to the nation. Relives some of 
the major engagements of the campaign — the 
struggles for Cemetery Hill. Little Round Top 
and Pickett's Charge. Narrated by Carl Sand- 
burg 

FAKE AND DRIVE. Landon 1960 23min sd 
b&w $125, rent $15 

p-el-jh-sh-c-ad 
Basketball coach Fred "Tex" Winter and 
the team of Kansas State University demon- 
strate the fundamentals of playing and coach- 
ing basketball. In practice sessions the team 
exhibits offensive play patterns and drills 
LC card Fi A 62-314 

FALL BRINGS CHANGES. Churchill 1961 
llmin sd b&w $60. rent $2.50; color $110, 
rent $4 

p Guide 
Correlated with "Heath Elementary sci- 
ence" textbooks by Herman and Nina Schneider 
Shows the adaptation of plants and ani- 
mals to the colder weather of the fall 
LC card Fi A 62-24 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4607 

FALLOUT. Cenco 1961 15min sd (Nuclear 
radiation ser) b&w $75. color $150 
sh-c Guide 
Begins with a short discussion of radia- 
tion as it occurs in nature and man-made 
variety. Explains the three types of radiation 
fallout caused when nuclear devices are ex- 
ploded in the atmosphere. Atmospheric fallout 
is restricted to the immediate area of the ex- 
plosion because of the heaviness of the radio- 
active particles. Intermediate fallout, which 
is composed of much lighter radio-active par- 
ticles enters the troposphere. Little is known 
about the third type of fallout — delayed or 
stratospheric fallout — except that it may re- 
main in the air for months or even years 
because of the extremely light weight of its 
particles 

FAMILY IN TOKYO. Dowling 1961 15V2min sd 
color $140 _ . . 

el-ad Gutde 
Shows how a Japanese family lives, some 
Japanese customs that are similar to ours, and 
some that are different _ ^ 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4718 

FAMOUS HEAVYWEIGHT FIGHTS. UW 1961 
9min sd b&w (Sport parade ser) $23,95 
ad 

Available in silent version, $10,95 
Shows four heavyweight bouts from box- 
ing history: Valdes vs. Jackson; Slade vs. Pat- 
terson; Moore vs. Johnson; Marciano vs. Louis 

FAMOUS LIGHTWEIGHT FIGHTS. UW 1961 
9min sd b&w (Sport parade ser) $23.95 
ad 
Available in silent version. $10.95 
Shows four lightweight bouts from box- 
ing history: Gavilan vs. Cartier; Basilic vs. 
DeMarco; Pep vs. Perez; Robinson vs. Olson 



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EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



FAR EAST. AirFrance 1961 20raln sd color 
free -loan 

sh-c-ad 

French version available 

Produced by Jack Sarprer 

Scenes of Bangkok. Angkor- Vat. Phnom- 
Penh. Hong-Kong and Aberdeen, the canals of 
Thailand and a rickshaw ride through Hong- 
Kong 

FAR FROM MOSCOW 

In A VISIT TO THE SOVIET UNION (2 
films) 

THE FAR SOUND. BellTel 1961 27%min sd 
color free- loan 

ad 

Produced by John Sutherland Productions 
for American Telephone «& Telegraph Co. 

Dramatizes the lives and work of men 
employed at Bell Laboratories, explaining that 
the men are dedicated to research and are 
working in a free environment where they 
continue to develop and improve methods of 
communication and telegraphy 

LC card Fi A 62-712 

FARMERS' DILEMMA. WashStU 1960 15min 
sd b&w rent $1 

c-ad 
Discusses some beliefs commonly held 
with respect to the position of the farmer 
in our economy, and how he actually stands 
in terms of real income 

FASHION MAGIC. Assn 1962 4V^min sd b&w 
free- loan 

sh-ad 
Produced by Jerry Fairbanks Productions 
for Montgomery Ward Co. 

Explains how a basic dress can be 
changed by "accessorizing" 

THE FAT AMERICAN. Carousel 1962 51min 
sd b&w $250 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by CBS News 

Examines the causes, cures and conse- 
quences of excess weight, also the reasons why 
Americans eat too much, the de-emphasis of 
exercise, and the controversy linking diet with 
cholesterol content and heart disease 

FEED BILLS TO FORAGE. NewHollMach 1961 
15min sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Covers all phases of silage making as a 
county agent suggests a silage- handling sys- 
tem to a worried farmer 

FESTIVAL AMERICA. Assn 1961 28min sd 
color free -loan 

sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Gulf Oil Corp. 
Visits America's festivals and commem- 
orations. Includes Miami's Orange Bowl Fes- 
tival, the Shenandoah Apple Festival. Holland 
Michigan's Tulip Festival, the Memphis Cotton 
Carnival. Fredericksburg's Dog Mart. Rockland 
Maine's Seafoods Festival. Tampa's Gasparilla 
Festival. Includes visits to Massachusetts' Old 
Sturbridge Village and a Thanksgiving at 
Plymouth Rock 

FESTIVAL IN PUERTO RICO. Contem 1961 
30min sd b&w $130. rent $7 
el-Jh-ad 
Produced by National Film Board of 

Features the Canadian contralto Maureen 
Forrester as guest soloist at the Festival Casals 
in Puerto Rico. Shows Miss Forrester at work 
with her teacher Bernard Diamant. with ac- 
companist John Newmark, and with the Fes- 
tival orchestra under the direction of Alex- 
ander Schneider. Includes informal glimpses of 
the soloist touring the island with her family 
LC card Fi A 62-57 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4644 

FIDDLER'S HIGHWAY. GoPic 1960 14min sd 
color $195 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows a trip through Sweden including 
Stockholm and the lakeside resorts together 
with little known areas where modern Sweden 
and 18th century Sweden exist side by side. 
Visits the Midsummer Eve festival. Vassijure, 
the nearest station to the North Pole and 
shows the lives of Lapplanders 



FIFTY MILES FROM POONA. CanNFB 1960 
20min sd b&w $90. rent $5 
Jh-sh-ad 

Shows the day-to-day life of an Indian 
man. his wife, and children who live in the vil- 
lage of Phursangi. fifty miles from Poona. 
Reveals much of traditional Hindu customs and 
beliefs, includes views of farming in India, 
food preparation, dress, and customs, and 
points out that people everywhere have in com- 
mon the love of a farmer for his land and the 
devotion of a mother to her children 

LC card Fi A 60-843 

50,000 MILES BY OUTBOARD. Kiek 1958 27min 

sd color $107.80. free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Story of Mercury's record-breaking en- 
durance cruise, in which two outboards ran 
50,000 miles in 68 days and nights of continu- 
ous operation 

FILM SPLICING WITH THE GRISWOLD & 
HARWALD SPLICERS. Bailey 1962 8min 
sd b&w $45; color $85. rent $5 
sh-c-ad Guide 
Shows the composition of 16mm sound 
film and the function of film cement. Demon- 
strates the handling of film in the projector 
and on the rewinds, determining when a splice 
is necessary, finding the emulsion side, operat- 
ing the splicer, using fresh cement, and testing 
the splice 

FILM SPLICING WITH THE TRAID, B&H, 
AND HFC SPLICERS. Bailey 1962 8min 
sd b&w $45; color $85. rent $5 
sh-c-ad Guide 
Uses the Traid. B&H and HFC splicers 
and is identical with the previous film except 
for the splicers demonstrated 

FINDING OUT ABOUT THE WATER CYCLE. 

UW 1961 13J^min sd color $135 
el-Jh 
When the spring has run dry near their 
camp, two children seek help from the Forest 
Ranger and thereby learn the effect of a dry 
season on the water table and how the water 
cycle works. Live action, animation and art 
combine to clarify concepts presented in this 
science lesson 

THE FINGER LAKES. Eastman 1962 26min sd 
color free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Views the Finger Lakes region of central 
New York State, showing scenic and historical 
locations and vacation and seasonal activities. 
Includes views of boat races, college football 
at Cornell, and a cattle show at a country fair 

LC card Fi A 62-145 

FINLAND—FARMER WOODSMAN. UW 1962 
ISnain sd color $195 

Jh-sh Guide 

Produced by Dudley Pictures, Corp. 

Demonstrates the extent to which human 
resourcefulness can compensate for a lack of 
material abundance. Shows the Finnish people 
and their way of life in this glaciated, high 
latitude land of many lakes where the grow- 
ing season is short and the soil, for the most 
part, not highly productive. By visiting with 
the Virtanen family we learn that Finland s 
principal resource is its forests and that many 
people combine their major occupations with 
part-time work in the lumbering industries. 
On a trip to the clean, modern seaport capital 
of Helsinki we learn of the strong cultural 
background of this hard-working people and 
develop an appreciation of their ideals and 
goals — so similar to those for which Americans 
are striving in the world community of nations 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4645 

FIRE CAUSE FOR ALARM. BeUTel 1960 
12%min sd color free-loan 
ad 

Produced by Audio Productions for Amer- 
ican Telephone & Telegraph Co. , ^ ~ 

Shows that most fires, both on and off 
the job, are caused by unsafe smoking habits, 
ignoring safety rules and other careless acts. 
Stresses the importance of observing fire safety 
rules in buildings: knowing where fire extin- 
guishers are located, how to use them, and 
most important, knowing what to do if^ fire 
does strike. Explains the water type, the foam 
type, and the carbon dioxide or C02 type of 
fire extinguishers 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



FIREMAN AT YOUR DOOR. Aetna 1961 19min 
sd b«&w $45, free-loan 

Jh-sh-ad Guide 
Describes the voluntary home inspection 
program conducted by many local fire depart- 
ments. Enables the viewer to accompany a fire- 
man as he inspects a typical home for fire haz- 
ards and challenges the audience to match 
their knowledge of fire safety with that of the 
experts 

FIRST AIDE TO MOTHER. Creativision 1961 
4iAmin sd b&w or color free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Victor Kayfetz Productions 
for Bissell. Inc. , , ^-^ ^ ^,. 

Shows how mother meets the deadlme 
with ease when father calls and says he is 
bringing a dinner guest. Presents a clean-up 
operation using various modem housed eanmg 
tools 

FIRST IMPRESSIONS. Assn 1962 ll^^min sd 
color free- loan 

ad 

Produced by Wilding Productions for 
Alitalia Airlines 

Describes some of the thmgs seen in air 
travels to Australia. Thailand. India. Iran. 
Greece and Italy. Shows candlelit worship ser- 
vice in a Buddhist temple: views of superb 
mosaic-inlay minerattes and shrines in Te- 
heran; the Parthenon in Athens, fountains of 
Rome, Cathedral of St Mark, modern and clas- 
sical Milan and canals of Venice 

THE FIRST MANY-CELLED ANIMALS, THE 

SPONGES. EBF 1961 17min sd (Biology 
ser) b&w $90. rent $4.50; color $180. rent 
$6.50 

sh-c Guide 
Illustrates the differences between the 
single- celled organisms and the colony of sev- 
eral cell -types that make up the sponges. 
Shows by several analogies the advantages of 
multi-cellularity in an animal and points out 
the aspect of commercial use of sponges 

FIRST MEN INTO SPACE. EBF 1962 16min sd 
b&w $90. rent $4.50; color $180. rent $6.50 
el-Jh-sh Guide 
Shows how space survival problems were 
scientifically studied and solved in ground labo- 
ratories and how the solutions were applied 
by engineers to the first space capsule. Tells 
about the first American orbital space flight 
and how the solutions to the problems of man's 
survival in outer space have worked out in 
actual practice 

FISH AND THEIR CHARACTERISTICS. 

Coronet 1961 llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 
el-Jh Guide 

Underwater photography introduces the 
characteristics of fish and shows how this 
group of vertebrates is fitted for its environ- 
ment. Illustrates the variety of form, protec- 
tive devices, and reproductive methods in dif- 
ferent types of fish. Distinguishes true fish 
from other marine animals and studies the 
fresh-water perch as a representative fish 

LC card Fi A 61-398 

FISH OF THE SUNSET SEA. Cline 1959 37min 
sd color $370. rent $15 

el-Jh-sh-ad 
Shows the angling experiences of two 
professional fishing enthusiasts on the Gulf of 
California near Mazatlan. LaPaz. and near 
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Includes views of 
deep sea and surf fishing experiences 
LC card Fi A 61-808 

FISH OF THE SUNSET SEA: LaPAZ AREA. 
Cline 1959 24min sd color $240. rent $10 
el-Jh-sli-ad 
Shows the angling experiences of two 
professional fishing enthusiasts on the Gulf of 
California in the area near LaPaz 
LC card Fi A 61-816 

FISH OF THE SUNSET SEA: MAZATLAN 
AREA. Cline 1959 13mln sd color $130. rent 
$5.50 

el-Jh-sh-ad 
Shows the angling experiences of two 
professional fishing enthusiasts on the Gulf of 
California in the area near Mazatlan 
LC card Fi A 61-817 



FISHING IN OLD VIRGINIA. Arbogast 1961 
IGmin sd color free-loan 
jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows fishing the Hula Hopper for sur- 
face feedmg bass at Grey's Creek, Va., in the 
tidal waters of Chesapeake Bay 

FISHING^ THE EAST. Kiek 1960 27min sd 
color $134.76, free-loan 

jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows the five best fishing spots in the 
eastern United States 

FISHING THE MIDWEST. Kiek 1959 27min 
sd color $134.76, free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
A fishing tour of the five best fishing 
spots m the Midwest, chosen in a poll of 
the nation's top TV sportscasters. Experts in 
each area tell their secrets for landing the big 
ones 

5BX PLAN FOR PHYSICAL FITNESS. Can 

NFB 1962 13min sd b&w $75, rent $5 
ei-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Sponsored by Royal Canadian Air Force 
Shows the five basic exercises that keep 
airmen in the Royal Canadian Air Force trim, 
lively, and alert. Demonstrates the exercises, 
pointing out that each set of exercises has 
been carefully worked out to strengthen and 
irnprove the muscle tone of the whole body 
without undue strain or fatigue, and that by 
following the plan exactly as prescribed, a 
rnan can progress from minimum repetitions 
of the simple exercises to increased repetitions 
and the more vigorous exercises 
LC card Fi A 60-845 

'^'^FoiJO.'^S 7Po''"HE ACRE. FarmFIm 1960 
131/^min sd b&w or color (New man on the 
land ser) free-loan 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Creative Visual Media for 
Massey-Ferguson 

Describes family farming as a great 
American tradition, showing how each mem- 
ber of a family contributes to the operation 
of a progressively managed farm, particularly 
at harvest time. Filmed at the Thor brothers 
farm in Minnesota 

LC card Fi A 60-3471 

FLAIVIING THE KILN. Quebec 1960 14%min sd 
b&w or color free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

French version available 
Various artists show the making of 
ceramics 

FLEUR DE LIS. Quebec 1960 14V^min sd b&w 
or color free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

French version available 
. Tells the history of the flag of the 
Province of Quebec. Quebec preserved the 
heritage of the Fleur-de-Lis and revived it on 
the flag which was officially recognized as 
that of the Province of Quebec in 1948 

""■•^^o F'.LIGHT OF THE TEAL. MinnU 1961 
28min sd color $250 

sh-c-ad 

Shows the life history of the blue winged 
teal and dramatizes the real loss that would 
occur if ^ this natural heritage should perish. 
Follows the ducks to the breeding grounds in 
Canada in the spring, the summer season and 
fall; and shows the teal migration south down 
the Mississippi, the Texas coast to southern 
Veracruz and Yucatan 

THE FLOWER AND THE HIVE. IntFlmBur 

1961 15min sd color $150, rent $7.50 
el-Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

, Shows the relationship between the ac- 
tivity of the bees and the fertility of field 
and orchard crops. Observes, in close-up, 
the physical adaptations for gathering nectar 
and the cross- pollination of flowers. Depicts 
roles of the queen, drone and worker bees 

FLOWER ARRANGING AT HOME. Douglas. 
J 1959 6min sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh-ad 
Sponsored by Florida Flower Assn. 
Shows three ways flowers can be ar- 
ranged to add decor to any home, oflJce or 
room 



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'^^^I^Ti^^E^'M^g^R^rNOTEBOOK (4 films) 

FOOD, FAMINE AND FARMER BROWN. 

NewHoIlMach 1962 ISV^min sd b&w $50, 

free-loan; color $60, free-loan 
el-Jh-sh-ad 
Tells the story of the American farmer 
who is little-honored in his own country, yet 
in practically any other country his ability 
to produce food would make him a national 
hero. Suggests that the American farnier 
might well be our strongest weapon m the 
struggle for world peace 

FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS M 1960 

In DARTMOUTH FOOTBALL HIGH- 

LIGHTS (2 films) 



FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS OF 1961 
In DARTMOUTH FOOTBALL 

LIGHTS (2 films) 



HIGH- 



FOR EYES TO SEE. Bausch&Lomb 1961 29min 
sd color $125, free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Holland Wegman Produc- 
tions 

Concerns the theory, manufacture, and 
use of modern scientific optical instruments. 
A non- technical presentation involving eye- 
sight conservation and scientific optics 

FOR LAUGHING OUT LOUD. Assn 1961 
26min sd b&w free-loan 
c-ad 

Produced by Paul Kalliam Shows for 
Johnson & Johnson Co. 

A compilation of the pantomime type of 
comedy that made the old time audiences 
laugh otut loud. Hosted by Sir Cedric Hard- 
wicKe it includes sequences from the best of 
Mack Sennett, the Marx Brothers, W. C. 
Fields, The Keystone Cops, and others 

FORCES COMPOSITION AND RESOLUTION. 

Coronet 1962 llmin sd b&w $60, color $120 
sh Guide 
Beginning with a simple example of forces 
acting in a straight line at a single point, de- 
fines forces as vector quantities, and illustrates 
how components and resultants may be de- 
termined graphically. Illustrates, with real- 
life examples, models, and animation, the 
methods for finding both resultant and com- 
ponents in problems involving two or more 
forces acting at angles 

FORMS AND ORNAMENTATION 

In BASKETRY OF THE POMO (3 films) 

FORMULAS IN MATHEMATICS. IntFlmBur 
1960 lOmin sd color $110, rent $5 
sh 

Produced by Visual Education Films 
Constructed around the formula "distance 
equals rate multiplied by time" (d=rt) Illus- 
trates this mathematical law, both graphically 
and pictorially; shows how to simplify a word 
formula without altering its original meaning 
by re-stating it in letters and signs; offers 
practical examples of the application of this 
formula to problems of science and industry 

'^°'^'!^I^"^*i?'^ •'^^f^LIA. Contem 959 15min 
sd b&w $45, rent $4 

Jh.ad 

Produced by United Nations 

Story of the Palestine refugees in the 
camps of the Near East, showing the need for 
rehabilitation which goes beyond the provision 
of day-to-day relief 

LC card Pi A 60-665 

FOUR FOOD GROUPS Avis 1962 llmin sd 

color (Pictures of good health ser) $110 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

r,^r.^Ai^^^^^^^ J-h^ importance of properly bal- 
anced meals and discovers the many people who 
^fi? i®?^*!"®! *° provide the variety of foods 
needed. Includes a chart of the four food group- 
l^rSlT'"'^' '^^^\' vegetables and fruit and 
TiTf^^v^fw*^ cereal—and points out how to use 
the chart as a daily food guide 
LC card Fi A 61-1029 



THE FOUR OF US ARE STRANGERS. Carou- 
sel 1961 29min sd b&w (Look up and live 
ser) $135 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by CBS News 

Tells story of the family in trouble. The 
small, petty bicKerings in the family cause two 
youths to rebel and escape, one to marriage, 
the other to the army. After much trouble, 
the family is finally reunited for a visit in 
which the challenge to understand, forgive and 
love is portrayed 

FOUR SEASONS WEST. SDakStock 1960 
29min sd b&w $150; color $225, free-loan 
el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Max Howe Film Produc- 
tions 

History of South Dakota stockgrowers 
that Introduces early day buffalo hunters, 
cattle drivers and pioneers. Shows their need 
to form organizations for protection against 
rustlers, and their activities in times of bliz- 
zards, drouth, fires, roundups, branding and 
marketing 

FOUR STAR FARMERS OF 1961. Venard 1961 
25min sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Keystone Steel & Wire Co, 
Describes the farming programs of James 
Messier, Henry Nagamori, G. Wallace Caulk, 
Gary Trego, the four young farmers who won 
the Regional Star Farmer Awards at the Na- 
tional Convention of the Future Farmers of 
America held in Kansas City in October 1961 
LC card Fi A 62-383 

FOUR TEACHERS, CanNFB 1961 60min sd 

b&w (Comparisons ser) $250, rent $14 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Compares the special role of the teacher in 
Japan, Poland, Puerto Rico, and Canada. Pre- 
sents glimpses of the student-teacher relation- 
ships, of the status of the teacher in the com- 
munity, and of the importance placed on edu- 
cation in other countries 

LC card Fi A 62-52 

FRANCE: THE RHONE VALLEY. IntFlmBur 

1961 16min sd color $165, rent $7.50 

el-Jh-sh 
Produced by Boul ton -Hawker Films 
Indicates physical characteristics and cli- 
mate of the valleys of the Saone and Rhdne. 
Emphasizes extent to which the people of the 
Rh6ne Lowlands are dependent on the river, 
and its importance as a source of irrigation 
water and power are stressed. Surveys agri- 
culture and industries of the area 

FRANCE'S GREATEST DETECTIVE. Post 

1962 27min sd b&w (Readers Digest ser) 
$125, rent $8 

sh-ad 

Produced by Radio Artists Corp. 

Shows how the solution of a present-day 
murder case m Paris brings into focus the 
criminal detection methods developed in France 
three-quarters of a century ago by the French 
detective AlphonseBertillon. Presents his earl v. 
yet effective, use of fingerprinting, photography, 
and a physical characteristics classification sys- 

^^%^ Y/P^.^9, MILITARY STRATEGY 

^^ NATIONALISM AND COLONIALISM 
(16 films) 

FREEDOM. Assn 1962 lOOmin sd color rent 
apply 

ad 
Sponsored by Moral Re-Armament 
^f t^.-Zf^fo^f* ^^^ reconciliation and unification 
^Li'^'^^l factions m Africa, whose leaders dis- 
cover through the ideology of the Moral-Re- 
armament organization an answer to their 

^ii'^ieeV c^nla'u^"'^?!^*^^? ^"* '"^ °- 

el-jh Guide 
Produced by S. William Gumbiner 
Modern portrayal of the French farmpr 
and his efforts^ to meet today's ecSnomi?"^ and 
sociological problems. Tells of one familv liv^SS 
in a small farm village surrounded by fields The 
son wishes to go to the city and tiie fathe? 



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is looking for ways to consolidate his scattered 
fields so he can specialize in fewer crops and 
can use a tractor to increase production — for 
France's position in the European (Common Mar- 
ket depends on the yield of her farms 

FRESH FROM THE WEST. UnionPacif rev 
1962 25min sd color free-loan 
p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Revision of 1955 film 

Covers production, harvesting, grading, 
packing, packaging, shipping, marketing and 
uses of western grown fresh vegetables. Pre- 
sents the important part the railroads play in 
transporting the crops so that everyone may 
now enjoy fresh vegetables 

THE FRESH WATER POND. EBF 1961 13min 

sd b&w $75. rent $4; color $150, rent $6 

el-Jh Guide 

Photographic techniques explore some of 

the interesting habits and characteristics of 

both large and minute forms of animal and 

plant life in pond water 

L.C card Fi A 61-892 

THE FROG PIT. Methodist- TRAFCO 1962 20min 
sd color (Children's television ser) $110, 
rent $7 , ^ .^ 

el Guide 
A young boy who feels that he is respon- 
sible for the illnesses both of his mother and 
the frog he put into a pit learns from his father 
how to determine real and imagined guilt in 
the light of Christian faith 
LC card Fi A 61-835 
BFLA evaluation card No. 4676 

FROM THE GOOD HARVEST. FarmersUn 1962 
25min sd color $185. rent $1 
ad Guide 
Produced by Bill Snyder Films 
Explains how Farmers Union Grain Term- 
inal Association, a farmer- owned cooperative, 
has expanded its animal feed department 
LC card Fi A 62-581 

FRONTIER BOY OF THE EARLY MIDWEST. 

EBP 1961 16min sd b&w $90. rent $4.50; 

color $180, rent $6.50 

ei-Jh Guide 
Describes everyday events in the life of 
a Midwest settler's family from a child's view- 
point. Includes a frontier school in session, 
an accurate picture of a frontier home and its 
furnishings as well as components of the sur- 
rounding community such as a grist mill and 
general store; the suspense of an old-fashioned 
spelling bee 

FRONTIERS. FirstSec 1960 33min sd color $216. 
free- loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Dick Durrance Films 
Documentary film dealing with the history 
and development of Utah and Idaho. Features 
the natural resources of the region, the scenic 
areas, agriculture, industrial plants, recrea- 
tional activities, educational facilities, and cul- 
tural aspects of this inter- mountain region, 
which is one of the last frontiers in the coun- 

^ LC card Fi A 61-233 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4677 

FUN IN WINTER. AirFrance 1960 20min sd 
color free- loan 

Jh-sh-ad 
French version available 
Produced by Paul Mattee 
Shows the gay. exhilarating life in French 
ski resorts against mountain scenery 

FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF FLOW. 

lowaU 1962 23min sd color $150. rent $5.50 
c-ad 
Sponsored by Iowa Institute of Hydraulic 

Shows the basic concepts and physical 
relationships that are involved in the analysis 
of fluid motion 

FUNDAMENTALS OF DIVING. UW 1958 
lOmin sd color $120 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Olympic champion Vicki Draves demon- 
strates the first simple exercises for learning 
water entry and body control in diving. Shows 
practice bouncing and familiarization with a 
one-meter springboard 

LC card Fi A 60-1961 



FUNDAMENTALS OF TENNIS. ArizU 1958 
llmin sd b&w $50. rent apply 
sh-c-ad 
Features LouJse Brough. former American 
and Wimbledon tennis champion. Shows Miss 
Brough demonstrating all the basic tennis grips 
and strokes 

"•""^o^f ^f*-^"^f ?o '^%^^9'-E. Nationwidelns 
1961 28mm sd b&w $55. free- loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by George Stoney Associates 

Cartoon drawings and dramatized inci- 
dents explam the apathy of the mid- twentieth 
century and the need for individuals to take an 
active part in shaping conditions under which 
they live 

LC card Fi A 61-254 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4533 

FUTURE NURSE. ANA-NLN 1961 18min sd 
color $85, rent $4.50 

Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by William Hodapp 

Shows how the Future Nurses Club pro- 
gram helps boys and girls find out whether 
they are interested in nursing or allied health 
careers. Stresses role of adult advisers 



GALA DAY AT DISNEYLAND. Disney 1962 
28min sd color $275. rent $10 
p.el-jh-sh-c-ad 

T^. 4 ^^"^°^, "^^^ Disney's world renowned 
Disneyland Park complete with dancing, special 
ceremonies and climbing of the Matterhorn 

LC card Fi 62-46 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4678 

THE GAME OF STAVES. CalifU 1962 lOmin sd 
color lease $95. loan $5 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows Porno Indian boys playing the 
game of staves. A variation of the dice game, 
using SIX staves and twelve counters, it is 
played, by both men and women under the 
supervision of a referee. Explains the in- 
dividualized pyrographic ornamentation of the 
staves and counters 

GARDEN NOTEBOOK. Eastman 1962 22min sd 
color free-loan 

ad 
Provides picture- taking hints for the 
average photographer. Includes a four-minute 
montage of photographic color prints of flowers, 
with a background of guitar music played by 
Carlos Montoye 

LC card Fi A 61-221 

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Contem 1962 
13mm sd b&w $65. rent $5 
Ih-sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by United Nations 
Shows an annual session of the General 
Assembly convening; delegates and visitors ar- 
riving and taking their seats; the choosing 
of the . President by secret ballot; individual 
delegations, and some of the world figures who 
have spoken to the Assembly — Eisenhower, 
Castro. Nehru. Tito. Nkrumah. Macmillan. 
Khrushchev and others. Diagrams show the 
main committees of the Assembly. To these 
are submitted political, social and other ques- 
tions for discussion, investigation, and report. 
Shots of atomic clouds, modern atomic weapons, 
village life, ploughing with camels, a slum 
area, a Congo rally, demonstrate the wide 
divergence of problems considered. Shows the 
working procedures involving delegates, re- 
ports, photographers, radio announcers and TV 
camera men 

THE GENERAL'S ESCAPE. Post 1962 27min 
sd b&w (Readers Digest ser) $125, rent $8 
ei-jh-sh-ad 
Produced by Radio Artists Corp. 
_ Shows the capture of General Henri 

Giraud by the Germans in World War II and 
his imprisonment at Konigstein. He escaped 
by the aid of materials secreted to him and 
disappeared into the woods. After many narrow 
escapes, he arrived in Switzerland and finally 
France. Eventually the Allies landed in North 
Africa and brought him by submarine to take 
command of the Free French Forces 



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GENETIC INVESTIGATIONS. IndU 1961 I2inin 
sd b&w $50: color $100. rent $3.25 
sh-c 

Presents some of the procedures involved 
in conducting controlled breeding experiments 
and shows the results of some genetic crosses. 
Illustrates bombardment of fruit flies with X- 
ray showing mutations produced. Races of 
paramecia are mixed and results shown. A 
schematic model of the DNA molecule is pic- 
tured and discussed 

GENETICS: MENDEL'S LAWS. Coronet 1962 
131/^min sd b«S:w $75. color $150 
Jh-sh-c Guide 

Scenes photographed in Gregor Mendel's 
own garden in Brno. Czechoslovakia, add 
authenticity to this presentation of the original 
work with pea plants, which has become the 
basis of the present science of genetics. Dupli- 
cates some of Mendel's exepriments. and ex- 
plains his laws of dominance, segregation, and 
independent assortment. Describes later work 
by De Vries. Correns, Morgan, and Muller 

GENETICS: TECHNIQUES HANDLING DRO- 
SOPHILIA. Thorne 1960 3min sd color 
(Biological techniques ser) $40. rent apply 
sh-c 
Correlated with the Biological Sciences 
Curriculum Study textbook "High school biol- 
ogy" 

Displays fundamental equipment needed 
and shows techniques of etherizing, sorting, 
reetherizing, and transferring stocks of fruit 
flies 

LA GENTE DEL PERO. IntFlmBur 1961 llmin 
sd color $120. rent $6 

sh-c Guide 
English version available 
Spanish narration 

Shows the people of the coastal desert, 
the people of the highland plains and the 
people of the Amazon jungle 

GENTLE WINDS OF CHANGE. ColUPr 1961 
33min sd color $250 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Marshall H. Segall 
An examination of life among the 
Banyankole. a tribe in Uganda. Shows what 
day-to-day living is like and how much non- 
African culture has quietly diluted tribal au- 
thority. Concentrates on individual differences 
in the Westernization process 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4608 

GEOGRAPHY OF SOUTH AMERICA: THE 
CONTINENT. Coronet 1961 IS^^min sd 
b&w $75, color $137.50 

el-Jh Guide 
Discusses the main geographical features 
of South America, including the Andes, the 
Guiana and Brazilian highlands, and the 
Orinoco. Amazon, and Plata-Parana River 
Basins. Shows the relationships of these geo- 
graphic factors to the people and their ways 
of life, and provides a survey of agriculture. 



cities, and culture in 



industry, commerce 
South America 

LC card Fi A 61-303 

GEORGE BERNARD SHAW. Contem 1956 
15min sd b&w $145, rent $20 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Theodora Olembert 
The inimitable Shaw plays an actor, ec- 
centric, exhibitionist in this "success story" 
of a man who became a legend within his own 
lifetime. He gives his impressions of life, 
politics and art. His theater friends cast 
illuminating reflections; highlights from his 
plays are shown, as are his admirers in the 
present generation. Mementoes of his long and 
fascinating career bring to life the master 
playwright 

GERMANY— THE SOUTHERN UPLANDS. 

UW 1962 18min sd color $195 
Jh-sh-ad Guide 

Produced by Dudley Pictures Corp. 

Shows the new spirit of the German 
Federal Republic (Western Germany), its new 
buildings more handsome and modern than be- 
fore, its new industry turning at a faster pace, 
its new roads and transport carrying ever more 
freight and people. This is seen through the 
eyes of a German family as they enjoy a two- 



week holiday motoring through the Southern 
Uplands — from Frankfurt, down the Rhine to 
Heidelberg, southward to Stuttgart, then 
through the Schwarzwald (Black Fore.st) where 
charming villages, ancient crafts and simple 
folkways contrast with the modern industrial 
area just to the north 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4648 

GET YOUR MAN. BellTel 1961 30min sd b&w 
(Selling by telephone course ser) free-loan 
ad 
Produced by Henry Strauss & Co. for 
American Telephone & Telegraph Co, 

Outlines five steps for selling advertising 
space in the yellow pages of the telephone book 
to small and medium- sized business concerns 
LC card Fi A 61-222 

THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS AND LIN- 
COLN THE MAN. Carousel 1961 24min sd 
b&w $135 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by CBS News 

Carl Sandburg speaks much of Mr Lin- 
coln and sketches word portraits of men around 
him, appraising his cabinet in devastating 
fashion. Mr. Sandburg punctures the myth 
that Lincoln scribbled his famed Gettysburg 
Address on the back of an envelope. He 
analyzes the address and states "It's the only 
short speech — or long speech — ^anywhere that 
you could do a thesis around each separate 
sentence" 

THE GHETTO PILLOW. Contem 1962 21min 
sd color $175, rent $12.50 
ad 
Produced by Albert Barry 
With the aid of over 215 paintings, de- 
picts the folklore and customs as reflected in 
daily life in the Jewish ghettos of Europe dur- 
ing the 1800's 

LC card Fi A 61-234 

GIANT MOLECULES 
In VIRUS (8 films) 

GIFT FROM THE CLOUDS. UnionPacif 1962 
26min sd color free- loan 

p-el-jh-sh-c-ad 

Traces water supply from the snow- 
filled watersheds in the high mountains to 
points where it can be utilized by industry and 
agriculture. Demonstrates progressive irriga- 
tion methods with emphasis on delivery, con- 
trol, and application of water to crops of dif- 
ferent types 

GIRLS BEWARE. ^ Davis.Sid 1961 lOmin sd 
b&w $60, color $120 

Jh Guide 
Tells four case histories 
lem of young girls falling prey 
Covers the do's and dont's in 
situation and develops the ever 
of being picked up by strange 
girls who wish to go with 
old for them 



about the prob- 
to the molester, 
the babysitting 

£ resent problem 
oys, and about 
)ys that are too 



GLORY OF PRATISHTHAN. Filmlm 1958 
15min sd color $175, rent $12.50 
jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Hunnar Films 

Shows the folk art that flourished on the 
sacred banks of the (Jodaveri in southern 
^dia between the 11th and 17th centuries A.D. 
The work of these peasant artists drew on 
nature, on the animal world and was inspired 
by simple tales of Hindu mythology. The 
original illustrations were designed on hand 
made paper, with a brush made of fine vege- 
table fibre. The designs are executed in five 
colors 

GOD'S WONDERS IN GROWING THINGS. 

Concordia 1961 lOmin sd color rent $5 

p-el 

A baby pony, a common tomato worm. 

a locust grow through a life cycle before the 

eye of the lapse- time camera. The child sees 

that God IS concerned about all His creation 

GOD'S WONDERS IN TINY THINGS. Con- 
cordia 1961 lOmin sd color rent $5 
p-el 
, ., ,. Shows that the sticker taken from a 
child s finger, the strange worlds of tiny in- 
sects, the comical actions of a beetle are all 
part of the wonderful universe God has created 



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GOOD CITIZENS. EducHor 1961 llmin sd color 

p Guide 
Shows younff children the standards and 
actions of good citizens. Explores responsible 
citizenship practices at home, at school and 
in the community, and discovers the import- 
ance of each individual's behavior in relation 
to the welfare of our country 

GOOD GROOMING (4 films). IntFlmBur 1961 
sd color set $485 

sh 

Produced by Robert Edmonds 

Fundamental instruction on four aspects 
of good grooming, emphasizing the need for 
cleanliness and correct posture as indispensable 
attributes of a neat, attractive appearance 

Titles are: 
HAIR CARE. 14min $135, rent $7.50 

LC card Fi A 62-934 
MAKE-UP. llmin $115. rent $6 
POSTURE. 9min $100. rent $5 

LC card Fi A 62-933 
WARDROBE. 14min $135. rent $7.50 

LC card Fi A 62-932 

GRANT US PEACE. JewishChaut 1961 28%min 

sd b&w (The rabbi ser) $75. free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by National Federation of 
Temple Brotherhoods 

Dramatization about a college professor 
who Is called upon by the UnitedT Nations to 
head an economic aid project to help prevent 
war in a powder keg area of Asia. Portrays 
the ethical concept that the pursuit of peace 
is the most important of religious obligations, 
demonstrating how ethical principles can be 
applied to present-day crisis in world affairs 

LC card Fi A 62-262 

GRAPES, THE GLAMOUR FRUIT. Lewisinc 
1957 7min sd b&w or color free- loan 
Jh-sh-ad 
Sponsored by United Fresh Fruit & 
Vegetable Assn. 

Story of grapes — ^how and where they are 
grown, harvested and shipped, and how a 
homemaker can use them, and make the 
most of them, in feeding her family 

GRAPHING LINEAR EQUATIONS. Coronet 
1961 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 
Jh-sh Guide 
Introduces the concept of mathematical 
line graphs, working with simple linear equa- 
tions. Shows, in step- by- step detail, how line 
graphs are constructed and how these graphs 
represent the relationships between variables. 
Tells how the values of constant terms and 
varying coefficients affect graphs 
LC card Fi A 61-969 

THE GRASSLANDS. EBF 1962 17min sd 
(Biology ser) b&w $90. rent $4.50; color 
$180. rent $6.50 

sh-c Guide 
Shows some of the world's grasslands 
and the variety of animal life, stressing the 
fact that grass is the basic energy source for 
the animal community. Illustrates that grass- 
lands are the breadbasket of the world and 
explains what happens when man misuses 
them and what is being done to conserve and 
improve this natural resource 

GRAY SQUIRREL. EBF rev 1960 lOmin sd 
b&w $60. rent $3.50; color $120. rent $6 
p Guide 
Revision of 1938 film 

Follows the daily activities of three young 
squirrels and their mother in their natural for- 
est home, from spring to midwinter 
LC card Fi A 61-452 

THE GREAT AWAKENING. NET 1959 29min 
sd b&w (Platform ser) rent $4.75 
c-ad 
Produced by WGBH-TV. Kinescope 
Discusses leadership training in America. 
Analyzes those qualities which are necessary 
for leadership In a democracy, how they can 
"3 acquired, and how educational systems 
should be organized for this task 
LC card Fi A 61-555 



THE GREAT CHALLENGE. Broadman I960 

28min sd color $240. rent $12 
c-ad 
Points out the value and the challenge 
of Sunday school teaching through a drama- 
tization about a prospective teacher who hesi- 
tates to accept the job. Depicts the impaujt 
which three Sunday school teachers had on the 
early life of the prospective teacher 
LC card Fi A 61-397 

GREAT EXPECTATIONS— l-ll 
In THE NOVEL (4 films) 

GREEK SCULPTURE. Contem 1961 25min 
sd color $200. rent $15 

jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Gladys and Basil Wright 
Studies the evolution of the Greek art 
of stone, bronze and terra- cotta which surveys 
examples from over 2,000 years, and illustrates 
the techniques of Greek sculptors 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4503 

GREENWICH VILLAGE SUNDAY. Contem 
1960 llmin sd color $135, rent $10 
ad 
Produced by Stewart Wilensky 
A filmed tour of Greenwich Village show- 
ing its residents, homes, and entertainment 

GUIDED MISSILE. Assn 1957 26%min sd b&w 

(The twentieth century ser) free-loan 

el-jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by CBS for The Prudential 
Insurance Co. of America 

Outlines the development of the guided 
missile by the Germans during World War II, 
and by missile experts in the United States in 
the post-war years 

LC card Fi A 58-1025 

GUIDEPOSTS TO TOMORROW. SperryGyro 
1960 14min sd b&w or color purchase apply, 
free -loan 

p-el-Jh 
Shows 50 years of gyroscopic progress to- 
ward present day spaceships 

GYMNOSPERMS. EBF 1962 16min sd (Biology 
ser) b&w $90, rent $4.50; color $180. rent 
$6.50 

sh-c Guide 
Animation and time-lapse photography 
traces the life cycle of pine through growth 
of pollen and seed cones, pollination, fertiliza- 
tion and germination of seeds 



UNA HACIENDA CHILENA. IntFlmBur 1961 
llmin sd color $120, rent $6 
sh-c Guide 

English version available 

Spanish narration 

Shows the Chilean rural property, called 
fundo, which has some traits in common with 
the Mexican hacienda, but has many typically 
Chilean features — such as the corrida de ani- 
males. Vocabulary is practical and useful for 
third or fourth semester high school or second 
or third semester college Spanish 

HACIENDA LIFE IN OLD MEXICO. See UNA 
HACIENDA MEXICANA 

UNA HACIENDA MEXICANA. IntFlmBur 1961 
12min sd color $120, rent $6 
sh-c Guide 

English version available 

Spanish narration 

Shows traditional rural life — the simple 
communal life of the hacienda in Mexico. Suit- 
able for third or fourth semester high school 
Spanish or second or third semester college 
Spanish 

HAIR CARE 

In GOOD GROOMING (4 films) 

HARVEST OF HEALTH. Lewisinc 1958 26min 
sd b&w or color free -loan 
jh-sh-ad 
Sponsored by United Fresh Fruit & Vege- 

Series of news stories about agricultural 
products, showing new and improved methods 
of farming, cultivating and harvesting. Shows 
the nation's farming methods for some of our 
most familiar and nutritious foods 



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HAWAII BIG GAME COUNTRY. WorldOut- 
doors 1961 15min sd color free-loan 
ad 

Sponsored by Budweiser 

Views of the game on the outer islands 
of Hawaii, including axis deer, antelope, wild 
boar, and sheep. Includes scenes of an actual 
hunt for the wild boar and sheep 

LC card Fi A 62-296 

HAWAII HARVEST OF THE SEA. , World 

Outdoors 1961 15min sd color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Travelers Insurance Co. 

Shows methods used by the natives of 
Hawaii in taking flsh. including the use of 
throw nets, skin diving, and commercial tuna 
boats. Pictures sport fishing off the Kona 
Coast 

LC card Fi A 62-297 

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Ideal 1960 13%min sd 
color (New horizons ser) $75.06, rent $2.50 
' c-ad 

Produced by Twentieth Century Fox for 
Pan American Airways 

Shows the tourist attractions of the 
Hawaiian Islands and presents a picture of 
America's most exciting new State 

HEAD LETTUCE, SALAD CHAMP. Lewisinc 
1956 6min sd b&w or color free-loan 
Jh-sh-ad 

Sponsored by United Fresh Fruit & 
Vegetable Assn. 

Story of lettuce — how various types are 
grown, handled and shipped, and interesting 
enticing ways to use it in the home 

THE HEAD OF THOMAS MORE. Hour 1961 
27%min sd b«&w $180, rent $9; color $300, 
rent $13.50 

sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Third Order of St Francis 
Portrays the man who was Chancellor of 
England, scholar, jurist and friend of Henry 
VIII. When Henry bullies Parliament and 
people into approving his divorce from Cathe- 
rine of Aragon, Thomas More refuses to com- 
promise his conscience. The King's new wife, 
Anne Boleyn, brings about More's execution 

HEART OF THE MISSILE. Aerojet 1961 
18min sd color free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Explains what a solid rocket is and how 
it is manufactured and fired 

HEAVENLY DAYS. RepubSteel 1960 39min sd 
color free -loan 

ad 

Produced by Wilding, Inc. 

Shows the necessity for salesmen to be in 
constant search for new business. Presents 
tips on how, when, and where to get leads 
that can result in new business 

LC card Fi A 61-984 

HEIDELBERG. IntFlmBur 1961 14min sd color 
$150, rent $8.50 

sh Guide 
German narration 

Starting from the Autobahn (highway), 
visits a market place. City Hall, Main Street, 
Academy of Art and Music, Academy of Sci- 
ence, hotels and schools, the Scheffelhaus 
(open-air theater). Philosopher's Walk, and 
Castle Garden. Can be used as early as the 
second semester of high school first-year Ger- 
man 

HEREDITY AND ENVIRONMENT. IndU 1959 
SOmin sd b&w (Heredity ser) $125, rent 
$5.25 

sh-c-ad 

Produced b>r KUHT-TV for National 
Educational Television. Kinescope 

Discusses the heredity-environment rela- 
tionship in two ways: environmental effects 
on the development of an individual, and en- 
vironmental effects on the parents, which in 
turn might affect the offspring 



HERITAGE OF A METER. Westing 1961 20min 
sd color $150, free-loan 
c-ad 

Produced by Roland Reed Productions 
Shows the assembly of a WestingJaouse 
magnetic meter. Tells why, with the assets of 
good engineering and design, this meter will 
take the hardest service under the most ad- 
verse conditions 

HERITAGE OF FLAVOR. Assn 1961 28%min 
sd b&w or color free-loan 
sh-c 

Produced by Bay State Film Productions 
for Ocean Spray Cranberries 

Traces the development of the native 
cranberry into a national tradition. Shows how 
it is grown, harvested, and processed for con- 
sumption, pointing out a variety of its uses on 
the table 

LC card Fi A 62-773 

HIBERNATION AND OTHER FORMS OF 
DORMANCY. EBF 1962 lOmin sd b&w 
$60. rent $3.50; color $120, rent $5 
ei-Jh Guide 

Shows various animals adjusting to the 
hardships of their environment during the win- 
ter months. As food becomes scarce and tem- 
peratures change, some animals, such as the 
ground squirrel, go into hibernation. Some, 
like the spadefoot toad, go into a deep sleep 
called estivation; others, such as the bear and 
raccoon, merely sleep for long periods of time 

THE HICKORY STICK. IntFlmBur 1961 28min 
sd b&w $150, rent apply 
c-ad 

Produced by Mental Health Film Board 
for the National Education Assn. 

Demonstrates how a fifth-grade teacher 
maintains an orderly atmosphere for learning 
and at the same time helps her youngsters 
cope with their behavior and learning problems. 
Shows how she uses firmness and understand- 
ing in helping children to control their feel- 
ings and accept authority 

LC card Fi A 62-418 

THE HIDDEN CITY. GreatNYFund 1961 llmin 
sd b&w free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Wilding, Inc. 

Portrays in four vignettes how the prob- 
lems of the sick, the handicapped, the blind, 
and the abandoned child are solved through 
the help of the Greater New York Fund's 425 
participating agencies 

LC card Fi A 62-152 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4750 

HIGH AND DRY. Sterl-MovUSA 1961 IS^mln 
sd color free-loan 

ad 

Produced by Dallas Jones Productions for 
The Dow Chemical Co. 

Describes the increasing use of Styrofoam 
m floating docks and wharfs; presents a dis- 
cussion by experts of design principles; and 
explains the basic steps to be used in putting 
together a floating structure 

LC card Fi A 61-883 

HIGH ARCTIC BIOME. EBF 1960 22min sd 
(Biology ser) b&w $120, rent $5.50; color 
$240, rent $8 

sh-c Guide 

_ Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Studies life on the bleak Arctic coastal 
lands of Canada, where the defenseless survive 
merely by numbers and where, in a short sum- 
nier, plants do not have time to blossom Shows 
plant and animal life and their constant strug- 
?l^ for survival in the harsh environment of 
the High Arctic 

HIGH COUNTRY. ACIProd 1961 12min sd color 
$120 

jh-sh-c-ad 

^T .^ Shows, the Rocky Mountain country of 
North America with its white peaks, emerald 
lakes, wild life and profusion of mountain 
flowers, also, the famous Calgary stampede 



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HIGH SCHOOL BAND DAY HIGHLIGHTS. 

MichU 1961 26mln sd color $200. rent $10 
el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Aubert Lavastida 
Presents highlights of High School Band 
Day in, Michigan in which 12,000 high school 
bandsmen from 188 schools play marches under 
the direction of march composer Karl King. 
Includes scenes of the University of Michigan 
Marching Band which performs a soft shoe 
routine and plays for exhibitions by 1500 
majorettes 

LC card Fi A 62-282 

THE HIGHEST COMMANDMENT. AmFriends 

HebU 1961 13i^min sd color free-loan 
c-ad 

Produced by Lasar Dunner 

Shows the Hebrew University's still-un- 
flnished new central campus at Givat Ram, 
Jerusalem. Depicts their scientists and stu- 
dents on field trips studying rock formations, 
on a crucial quest for water in the Negev 
desert, battling against plant pests and dis- 
eases and performing solar energy experiments 
at the Arid Zone Research Institute in Beer- 
sheba 

HIGHWAY HOLIDAY. DuPont 1961 27min sd 
b&w free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Hamilton Wright Organiza- 
tion 

Tours the scenic and historic landmarks 
of America, following highways and byways 
from coast to coast and from Canada to Mex- 
ico 

LC card Fi A 62-569 

HISTOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES. Thorne 1961 
9min sd color (Biological techniques ser) 
$90. rent $5 

sh-c 

Correlated with the Biological Sciences 
Curriculum Study textbook "High school bio- 
logy" 

Demonstrates preparation of microscope 
slides, starting with the fixing of tissues 
and mounting in paraffin blocks. Sections are 
then cut on a microtome, followed by mounting 
and staining procedures. Illustrates through 
photo-micrography several finished slides 

LC card Fi A 62-405 

HISTORIC GARDEN WEEK IN VIRGINIA. 

Virginia-Consv 1961 29%min sd color free- 
loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by WRVA-TV for Humble Oil 
& Refining Co. 

Presents a tour of a few of the homes 
and gardens in Virginia which are open during 
historic Garden Week, held annually during the 
last week in April. Nearly all of those shown 
are privately owned and occupied and are open 
to the public only during Garden Week 

HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT 

In STAINLESS STEEL— THE MIRACLE 
METAL (4 films) 

HISTORICAL SITES IN LA BELLE PRO- 
VINCE. Qubec 1960 14%min sd b«&w or 
color free -loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

French version available 

Tours Longueuil, Boucherville, Varennes, 
and Verch^res — four towns along the south 
shore of the St Lawrence River in Quebec. 
Discusses the history of each town, and shows 
many fine examples of colonial architecture. 
Includes views of the monument of Madeleine 
de Verch^res at Verch^res 

LC card Fi A 62-76 

HISTORY OF THE CINEMA. Contem 1958 
9min sd color $125. rent $11 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by John Halas 
An animated cartoon presenting a satiri- 
cal review of the follies of motion pictures — 
past, present and future 
LC card Fi A 59-709 
EFLA evaulation card No. 3591 



HOLD HIGH THE TORCH. Assn 1961 27min 
sd color free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by Stark Films for American 
Dairy Assn. 

Story of the Olympics as carried on in 
the United States — how athletes are selected, 
how they are trained, how they are fed and 
housed, and how, as the representatives of 
their country, they serve as goodwill ambas- 
sadors in the foreign countries where the 
OlymDaids are held every four years. Filmed at 
the Pan-American Games in Chicago in 1959, at 
the Winter Games at Squaw Valley in 1960, and 
at the Olympic Games in Rome in 1960 

LC card Fi A 61-235 

HOLIDAYS IN ISRAEL (3 films). Barrekette 
1960 ea 14min sd color ea $175, set $500 
p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Y. Brandstatter, Tel Aviv, 
Israel 

Titles are: 

1. PASSOVER. Commemorates the exodus of 

the children of Israel from Egypt. Shows 
the "Omer" ceremony of cutting the first 
sheaf of grain; a traditional Seder cele- 
brated by a family in Tel Aviv; the cele- 
bration of a Seder night in a kibbutz; 
the Passover pilgrimage to Mt Zion in 
Jerusalem; the ascent to Masada near 
the Dead Sea, that last stronghold of 
the Jews which fell on Passover 1900 
years ago. Underlines the narration of 
the story of the exodus by scenes from 
the Red Sea and the Negev desert 

2. SHAVUOTH. Commemorates the giving of 

the Ten Commandments at Mount Sinai 
and is the festival of the first fruits and 
the grain harvest. Shows the celebration 
of the Ten Commandments in synagogues 
decorated with flowers and branches. The 
richly decked scrolls are lifted from the 
Ark and carried among the people. Il- 
lustrates readings from the Bible by 
scenes of the land and the work in agricul- 
ture. Shows the shearing of the sheep, an 
event celebrated at the time of Shavuoth 
and is climaxed by the dance of the shep- 
herds 

3. PURIM. The Feast of Esther commemora- 

tes the thwarting of a plan to destroy the 
Jews thousands of years ago. Shows that 
Purim is carnival time in Israel. Floats 
and processions wend their way through 
the streets of Tel Aviv. Masqueraders 
dance to commemorate the fall of Haman. 
Children in school stage a play acting 
out in pantomime the story of Purim 

HOLIDAYS IN ISRAEL. Heinz 1961 27%min 
sd color free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-ad 

Depicts the celebration of Passover and 
Shevuoth and shows the famous Inbal Dancers, 
leading the processional at the Festival of the 
First Fruits on Shevuoth; the impressive march 
of the pious to Jerusalem to prepare for Pas- 
sover; the Seder celebrated in a traditional 
Israeli home and a kibbutz where new versions 
of the ancient ceremony are introduced. Pre- 
sents views of the land itself — the hills, the 
Red Sea, the plains, the fields, the flower 
gardens and the cattle grazing 

THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE. Coronet 1961 
U^■min sd b&w $75, color $137.50 
sh Guide 

Describes how an enormous section of 
western Europe was united under the idea of a 
single Christian government. Costumed re- 
enactments dramatize the division of powers 
and conflict between the popes and the em- 
perors and the factors which led to the eventual 
decay of the Holy Roman Empire 

LC card Fi A 61-1070 

THE HOME THAT JENNY BUILT. NatCotton 

1962 ISmin sd b«&w or color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Tells story of how one woman redecorated 
her home on a small budget. Emphasizes the 
use of color for effect 



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EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



HOMEMAKER'S NOTEBOOK (4 fl'nis). CalifU 
1961 ea 27mm sd b&w ea $120, set $400; rent 

sh-c-ad Guide 
Titles are: 

1 WHAT'S IN FOOD. Shows the four food 
groups and explains the nutritive value of 
each. Planning a day's meals from food 
of the four groups is illustrated 

2. YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT. Emphasizes the 
role of nutrition in the mdividual; de- 
scribes the nutrients, their sources and 
what they contribute to the human body 

3 FOOD— A WAY OF LIFE. Discusses the in- 

fluence of food on our lives and various 
psychological reactions toward food and 
its preparation 

4 MEALS FOR EVERYONE. Shows how to 

plan meals which satisfy, individual re- 
quirements and tastes withm the family. 
Discusses needs and activities of various 
age levels 

HONG KONG AND KOWLOON, CITY OF 
NINE DRAGONS. LeMont 1962 21min si 
b&w rent $150 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by Thomas L. Schmidt 
Shows how 1,000,000 refugees who fled 
from Communist China are fast changing, the 
face of today's Hong Kong. Tells of the British 
government's near miracles of rehabilitation 
and shows how Peking's government inflames 
Macao's 325.000 Chinese inhabitants into fren- 
zied communism 

HONG KONG, FREE PORT. LeMont 1962 21min 
sd color $205 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by Thomas L. Schmidt 
Shows conditions of the Chinese refugees 
living in the colony of Hong Kong; describes 
the importance of the American consulate in 
Hong Kong; and shows how cooperation among 
the Americans, British, and Chinese helps to 
bring prosperity to the colony 
LC card Fi A 62-154 

HONG KONG— SINGAPORE. Ideal 1961 13%min 
sd color (New horizons ser) $69.50 
c-ad 
Produced by Twentieth Century Fox for 
Pan American Airways 

Shows life in Hong Kong where many 
Chinese families live out their lives in junks 
and sampans on the water. Tells that Singapore 
is the British trading and cultural center of 
the Malay Peninsula where British traditions 
appear unshakeable, with conservative customs 
dating back to the days of Queen Victoria. The 
population is made up of Englishmen, Malay- 
ans, East Indians and Chinese 

HOPE. Assn 1962 58min sd b&w rent apply 
sh-ad 
Sponsored by Moral Re-Armament 
Produced and acted by coalminers from 
the industrial Ruhr, this is an authentic drama 
of the ideological struggle for the future of 
Germany and the whole world in the setting 
of Berlin's Brandenburg Gate. Shows the 
miners' enthusiastic receptions In their world 
tour of London, France, Japan, Washington 
and New York 

HOUSE ON CEDAR HILL. Contem 1953 17min 
sd b&w $100, rent $6 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Events in the life of Frederick Douglass, 
the runaway slave who became an editor, 
orator, and statesman, are portrayed with his- 
torical documents, period drawings, photo- 
graphs, and momentos found in the Douglass 
home in Washington, D.C. 
LC card Fi A 53-488 
EFLA evaluation card No. 1783 

THE HOUSEFLY AND ITS CONTROL. Cor- 
onet 1962 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 
Jh-sh Guide 

Views of a large-scale model and close- 
up photography of the egg-laying, hatching, 
and emergence of the adult from the pupa are 
used in portraying the anatomy, life-cycle, and 
feeding habits of the common housefly. Shows 
how the housefly contaminates food and spreads 
diseases, and recommends methods for com- 
bating it 

LC card Fi A 62-34 



HOW A VIRUS KILLS 
In VIRUS (8 films) 

HOW CHANCE MADE LINCOLN PRESI- 
DENT. Post 1962 27min sd b&w (Read- 
ers Digest ser) $125. rent $8 
el-Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by Radio Artists Corp. 

Story of the part that destiny played in 
propelling Abraham Lincoln to the Presidency. 
Five different events are interwoven to show 
how he was placed at the head of the nation 
in its greatest hour of peril 

HOW TO COLLECT INSECTS. IllNatHist 
1960 13min sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh 

Discusses methods of collecting insects, 
showing the steps to be followed and the equip- 
ment needed 

LC card Fi A 61-924 

HOW TO LEAD AN EFFECTIVE SALES 
CONFERENCE. ICRCorp 1962 25min sd 
b&w $250, rent $40 

ad Guide 

Produced by Premier Film & Recording 
Corp. 

Deals with basic principles of leading an 
effective conference type of meeting, and en- 
couraging maximum participation of group 

HOW TO MAKE A STENCIL PRINT. Bailey 
1962 llmin sd color (Creative craft ser) 
$120. rent $6 

el-Jh Guide 

Produced by Ruby Niebauer 

Introduces simple ways to cut and print 
original stencils as an approach to creative 
design. Reviews steps in making a stencil and 
shows a variety of prints being made, using 
tempera paint on different textures of paper. 
Explains the process of printing on cloth with 
permanent textile paints and includes a demon- 
stration of three-color registration 

HOW TO SELECT A TENT. BoyS 1962 13min 
sd color $12.25 

ad 

Dialogue between a customer and a clerk 
reveals points to remember in selection of a 
tent 

HOW TO WITNESS. Broadman 1961 14min sd 
color $150. rent $7.50 
ad 

Shows steps through which a Christian 
witness must go in order to be successful in 
winning others to Christ. Emphasizes the 
use of the Bible in witnessing 

LC card Fi A 61-599 

THE HUMAN BODY: MUSCULAR SYSTEM. 

Coronet 1962 13J^min sd b&w $75. color $150 
Jh-sh-c Guide 

Discusses the three types of muscle 
which make up the human muscular system. 
Photomicrography, models, and animation ex- 
plain the structure and function of voluntary 
muscle tissue and laboratory demonstration 
illustrates the role of the nerve impulse in 
muscular contraction. Describes the role of 
ATP in the complex chemical process of mus- 
cular movement 

LC card Fi A 62-267 

THE HUMAN BODY: NUTRITION AND 
METABOLISM. Coronet 1962 13i^min sd 
b&w $75, color $150 

Jh-sh Guide 

Distinguishes between basal metabolism 
and active metabolism and expresses the energy 
requirements of metabolism in units of calories. 
Discusses the five classes of chemical sub- 
stances which comprise all natural foods — 
carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, and 
minerals — and explains the basic chemistry by 
which they supply our bodies with energy and 
essential chemicals needed for growth and re- 
pair 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



HUMAN DIGESTION. Contem 1961 lOmin sd 
b«&w $50. rent $5 

Jh-sh 

Beginning with the stimulation of the 
organs of digestion by the sight and smell 
of appetizing food, we see how the food we 
eat is made available for the growth, energy 
and repair of all of our body cells, from this 
first salivary action through to liver purifica- 
tion of blood nutrients and the pumping by 
the heart to all parts of the body 

HUMANISM— VICTORY OF THE SPIRIT. 

Rembrandt 1960 30min sd b&w $175. rent 
$17.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Paul Haesaerts 
Defines with paintings the transition 
from the conception of medieval man. God- 
ridden, guilt- ridden and physically unimpres- 
sive to the Humanist-plastic assertion of man 
as measure (and measurer) of all things 

HUNGER. ChurchWorld 1962 29%min sd b&w 
$35' 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Missions Visualized 
Surveys the needs and programs of 
churches in Pakistan. India, Korea. Hong 
Kong, and the Congo. Emphasizes the need 
for education, medical care, self respect, and 
adequate food 

LC card Fi A 62-225 



I AM A LITTER BASKET. GoPic 1961 7min 
sd b«&w $75. rent $7.50 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by British Transport Commis- 
sion 

Shows the adventures of a hungry litter 
basket and its frustrating attempts to gather 
some trash from the preoccupied public 

1 DON'T WANT TO QUESTION YOUR PRO- 
GRAM, BUT. . . Special 1961 14min sd 
b&w (Open for discussion ser) $70, rent $10 
c-ad Guide 
The mother and father of a boy who is 
reading below grade level begin to question 
the school program and make the teacher 
see that the assistance of the school counselor 
is needed 

I WANT TO TALK RIGHT NOW. Special 1961 
22mm sd b&w (Open for discussion ser) 
$110. rent $10 

c-ad Guide 
Contains an introduction to problems of 
parent- teacher conferences followed by a role 
playing sequence of a parent- teacher confer- 
ence in which the teacher is unprepared to 
make adequate interpretation about the child 

I WAS A NINETY-POUND WEAKLING. 

Contem 1961 29min sd b&w (Candid eye 
ser) $130. rent $7 



ada 



ad 

Produced by National Film Board of Can- 



. Character study of people who are 
anxious, to keep themselves and other people 
physically fit 

ICI ON. PARLE FRANCAIS. IntFlmBur 1960 
21min sd color $225. rent $10 
sh-c 
French narration 

Comments on Quebec and surrounding 
countryside in simple French for beginning 
students 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4310 

'^'^,4L91l.^1'Q" COUNTRY: TRAIL TO 
IP'^'^^?^ SAWTOOTH MOUNTAINS. 

IdahoDptComm 1961 14min sd b&w $72.50; 

color $145. free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
rp „•, Fo"ows a trip starting at the Old Oregon 
Trail station site near Mountain Home to 
Trinity Mountain Lookout. Rocky Bar. the 
Lazy H Ranch at the edge of the Sawtooth 
Mountain region and then to Alturas Lake. 
Includes views of a pack trip into Alice Lake 
and an airplane ^ flight along the Sawtooth 
Mountains to Redfish Lake and the Stanley 
Basin country 

LC card Fi A 62-115 



IDEAS TAKE SHAPE. BayShoreSch 1961 
24min sd color $170. rent $4 
p. el 
Shows beginning kindergarten ex- 
periences, and the development of skills in 
successive grades, until, as a culmination of 
elementary school learnings, a class edits, 
produces, and distributes a school newspaper. 
Portrays the various facets of the language 
arts program from diagnostic testing to trips 
far afield. Uses classroom projects and field 
trips to integrate knowledge areas — science, 
art, spelling, penmanship, and English com- 
position. All areas are correlated into the 
child's background experience. Shows a class 
visiting Idlewild International Airport, and the 
resulting creative outgrowth 

IF ANIMALS KNEW. GypsyEnt 1962 8min sd 
color $40. free- loan 

Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by Mary Knapp for National 
Wildlife Federation 

Shows the prominent role animals play 
in human lives with a plea from animals 
asking people to protect them and thus enjoy 
their maximum usefulness and aesthetic value 

IF NOT HIGHER. NYRabbis 1957 30min sd 
b&w rent $10 

sh-c-ad 

Kinescope 

An adaptation of the classic Peretz story 
of mercy and man's love for his fellow man. 
telling of the Tzadik of Nemirov, whose dis- 
ciples believed that he ascends to heaven dur- 
ing Slichos time, and of the "Litvak" who 
learned that he goes even higher than that 

IMPROVE YOUR STUDY HABITS. Coronet 
1961 llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 
Jh-sh Guide 

Shows a young boy who realizes that he 
is handicapped by poor study habits being 
given pointers by a friend on how to form 
good habits of study in the classroom, in the 
study hall and library, and at home. Suggests 
such habits as taking notes, learning how to 
use reference books, outlining, and making 
a homework schedule 

LC card Fi A 61-304 

IN QUEBEC WOODS. Quebec 1956 28%min sd 
b&w or color free- loan 
Jh-sh-ad 

French version available 

Shows the rivers and lakes of the forests 
of Quebec, their excellent fishing facilities 
and the beauty of the forests 

IN THE PARK (MARCEL MARCEAU). Con- 
tem 1956 14min sd b&w $110, rent $12.50 
el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Marcel Marceau creates in pantomime the 
characters of the people in a park one summer 
afternoon and evening: policeman, gossips, in- 
fants, children, balloon seller, young lovers, 
tough guy. lamplighter, blind old man 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3426 

INDIA. AirFrance 1959 20min sd color free- 
loan 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Jack Sarger 
Covers places of interest in and near the 
holy city of Benares. Delhi and Calcutta 

INDIA. IntFlmBur 1960 22min sd color $195, 
rent $7.50 

el-jh-sh 
Produced by Gateway Productions 
Surveys geography, climate, agriculture, 
racial and social structure, religion and cul- 
ture. Beginning scenes furnish a basic under- 
standing of geography and topography of the 
great sub-continent of India. Describes incur- 
sions of many races and we see how racial 
and language differences, as well as religious 
differences, have affected the development of 
this nation. India's primitive agriculture, the 
caste system, village life, popular amusements 
and occupations of men and women bring into 
sharp focus the plight of India's great under- 
nourished and overcrowded masses. In contrast 
we see the gracious, cultured life of a minority; 
the impact of Western civilization on India's 
cities, and advances along educational, medi- 
cal and industrial fronts , ^^ 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4650 



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INDIA: A BETTER TOMORROW. Bailey 1962 
16min sd color $170, rent $10 
el-Jh-ad Guide 
Studies o-ld and new India^-her unique 
traditions of the past, and her efforts to meet 
the needs of the present and future. Surrounded 
by sea and mountains, India s geographical 
posiUon has isolated her for centuries. In to- 
day's shrinking world, India strives to over- 
come a heritage of rigid social castes, to ob- 
tain equal rights for all her people, to indus- 
trialize farming, build factories and dams, edu- 
cate her children and teach them a national 
language. Discusses religion, women's place in 
society, climate and clothing, the use of work 
animals, transportation, handicrafts, farm crops, 
and cities 

INDONESIA TO INDIA. NZealEmb 1961 25min 
sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 
Tells of New Zealand's participation in 
the Colombo Plan 

INDUSTRY AND THE WORKER. NET 1959 
29min sd b&w (Platform ser) rent $4.76 
c-ad 
Produced by KTCA-TV. Kinescope 
Mr Rudolph Bannow, vice-president of 
the National Association of Manufacturers, pre- 
sents his views on the role of industry and 
the worker. He discusses the concept of the 
worker, spiritual values in work, relations be- 
tween management and labor, foreign competi- 
tion, automation, taxation, and inflation 
LC card Fi A 61-547 

INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND NATURAL 
BODY DEFENSES. Coronet 1961 llmin sd 
b&w $60, color $110 

Jh-sh Guide 

Uses photomicrography, laboratory dem- 
onstration, and animation to illustrate the two 
groups of natural defenses which guard the 
body against disease Explains that the outer 
body defenses include the skin, passages of 
the nose and throat, and stomach acids, and 
among the inner body defenses are lymph 

frlands, the chemical antibodies, the spleen and 
iver, and white blood cells, which are shown 
ingesting and destroying bacteria 
LC card Pi A 61-810 

INGILA OF THE CONGO. UnitedChris 1956 
17min sd color $192.85, rent $6 
Jh-sh. c-ad 
Describes the influence of the mission 
of the Disciples of Christ in the life of a Con- 
golese boy, telling how he dedicates his life 
to help others in his village 
LC card Fi A 62-811 

INSECT MOUNTING AND PRESERVING. 
Dowling 1961 14min sd color $135 
Jh-sh-c Guide 

Shows a variety of methods for preserv- 
ing and mounting insects. Methods illustrated 
include: direct preserving in alcohol, boiling 
and preserving in alcohol, field preservation of 
winged forms, intermediate preservation in tri- 
angles, spreading winged forms, paper-layered 
can preservation, pinning various kinds of in- 
sects, use of minuten pins for small insects, 
paper points, preparing tiny forms for preser- 
vation in clove oil or as microscope slides. 
Shows the most simplified equipment needed in 
each case and gives step-by- step directions 

EPLA evaluation card No. 4720 

INSTRUMENTS OF ASTRONOMY. IntFlmBur 
1961 12min sd color $120, rent $5 
el 
Produced by Robert Edmonds 
Shows the instruments man has used to 
look at the night sky: an armillary sphere, 
quadrant and sextant and modern observatory 
telescopes 

•NTEGRATION: REPORT 1. ColUPr 1960 
24min sd h&w $135 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Madeline Anderson 

Sho%Ys developments in integration in 

cities in the north as well as in the south 

Gains added impact from the fact that all the 

sequences were shot when the events were ac- 



tually occurring. Includes scenes of a Negro 
demonstration in Montgomery, a sit-in incident 
in a Southern store, interviews with the Rev 
Martin Luther King, Mr Mboya of Kenya 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4651 

INTERLUDE BY CANDLELIGHT. GoPic 1960 
13min sd color $155, rent $15 
sh-c-ad 
Produced by Netherlands Information 
Service 

Shows an 80 year old Dutchman, Harry 
van Tussenbroek, and his world of puppets, 
which he creates from material such as bird 
carcasses, beads, seaweed and shells. As the 
old artist muses before the fireplace, his tiny 
creatures, in devastating blend of color and 
imagery, perform a danse macabre to end them 
all 

THE INTERNATIONAL ATOM. Contem 1960 
26min sd color $150, rent $10 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by United Nations Visual In- 
formation Board for International Atomic En- 
ergy Agency 

Uses sequences from Britain, The United 
States, the U.S.S.R., Canada. Germany, France, 
India, Japan, the Netherlands, and Venezuela 
in presenting a report of modern applications 
of atomic energy. Describes the use of tracer 
isotopes in agriculture in India, new ways of 
strengthening plastics and metals in use in 
England, and new discoveries in healing through 
radiation being used in the United States 

LC card Fi A 62-74 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4427 

INTERPRETING TEST RESULTS REALIS- 
TICALLY. EducTest 1961 17M!min sd b&w 
$50. free-loan 

ad 

Shows that test scores take on meaning 
only as they are interpreted properly. Dis- 
cussess the use of scores as an estimate of 
ability only, the value of percentile bands and 
the necessity of comparing scores to various 
norms tables 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4681 

INTERREGNUM. Contem 1961 29min sd b&w 
$235. rent $30 

jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Charles and Altina Carey 

Traces Germany's pattern of corruption 

and destruction spanning the two World Wars. 

A truly overwhelming portrait of evil with 

commentary spoken by Lotte Lenya 

INTERSECTION SAFETY. DallasJones 1961 
lOmin sd color $65 

sh-ad 

Sponsored by National Assn. of Auto- 
motive Mutual Insurance Companies 

Features an insurance claim representa- 
tive who illustrates different types of inter- 
section collisions. Depicts intersection situa- 
tions and presents four basic rules for pre- 
venting this type of accident 

INTRODUCED ANIMALS. NZealEmb 1961 
18min sd color free-loan 
sh-c-ad 
Outlines the problem of how animals in- 
troduced into New Zealand have become too 
numerous for the mountainous areas which 
they inhabit 

INTRODUCING AIR. Bailey 1962 llmin sd 
b&w $60; color $120. rent $6 
p-ei Guide 

Produced by Discovery Films 

Correlated with the fllmstrip of the same 
title 

Shows how air fills the sails of a sail- 
boat and pushes the boat along. Explains that 
while we cannot see air, it is very real, it 
takes up space, it touches everything around 
us, and it makes us feel warm or cold. Il- 
lustrates these points by performing some 
simple experiments with a glass, water, and a 
balloon 

INTRODUCING INSECTS. EBF 1962 17min sd 
b&w $90. rent $4.50; color $180. rent $6.50 
e!-Jh-sh Guide 
Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Identifies characteristics of the arth- 
ropods and makes a comparison with vertebrate 
animals. Shows examples of the main groups 



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of insects and gives the key anatomical char- 
acteristics used for identification and classifica- 
tion. Uses microcinematography, slow-motion, 
and time-lapse to reveal insect development. 
Includes views of the flea, the Goliath oeetle, 
the praying- mantis, and bees and ants; shows 
the moulting of a plant bug and the emergence 
of a moth 

LC card Fi A 62- 4S 

INTRODUCTION TO ANIMAL DISSECTION. 

IntFlmBur 1960 llmin sd color $110, rent 
$5 

sh-c 

Presents proper preparation, use and 
maintenance of basic laboratory equipment, 
instilling in the biology student an under- 
standing of the purposes, tools and techniques 
of biological dissection. Shows students em- 
ploying forceps, probes, scalpel blades and 
other lab instruments to dissect common verte- 
brates and invertebrates 

INTRODUCTION TO BASKETRY OF THE 
POMO 
In BASKETRY OF THE POMO (3 films) 

INTRODUCTION TO DENMARK. Brandon 

1960 15min sd color $165, rent $12.50 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Danish Government Film 
Oflfice 

Shows the land and the people of Den- 
mark and how the government is concerned 
with providing the old with a means of en- 
joying_themselves 

EFL.A evaluation card No. 4428 

INTRODUCTION TO THE STANFORD-BINET 
TEST OF INTELLIGENCE. IntFlmBur 

1961 22min sd color $100, rent $12.50 



Produced by Calvin Productions for 

University of Kansas City 

Demonstrates the composition of this 
widely-used instrument for the measurement 
of inteUigence, its administration, interpreta- 
tion, and use. Gives concrete illustrations of 
the testing process, of students who can be 
better understood as a result of this testing, 
and of cooperative follow-up efforts. Introduces 
technical measurement concepts which are 
necessary to an understanding of the values 
and limitations of such testing 

INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF FLUID 
MOTION. lowaU 1962 25min sd color $210, 
rent $5.50 

c-ad Guide 

Designed to orient beginning engineering 
students m the concepts of fluid dynamics. 
Cites examples from a host of everyday experi- 
ences, and makes full use of a complex array 
of laboratory equipment to illustrate the variety 
and range of fluid flow phenomena 

INVITATION TO GEORGIA— RSVP. Lockheed- 

Ga 1962 25min sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Pictures the distinctive, cosmopolitan 
way of life blended with a vigorous industry 
and growing prosperity in Georgia. Includes 
views of the Atlanta municipal airport, and 
of the homes, churches, schools, lakes, moun- 
tains, and Golden Isles seacoast, pointing out 
that holiday living in Georgia is everyday 
living at home 

LC card Fi A 62-747 

IONIZATION AND IONIC EQUILIBRIUM. 

IndU 1960 15min sd b«&w $75. rent $3.75; 
color $150. rent $5.50 
sh-c 

Animation depicts the concepts of ioniza- 
tion, dissociation, and ionic equilibrium. Pro- 
vides an introduction to the more difflcult 
concepts of the ionization constant and buffered 
solutions 

LC card Fi A 61-962 



IS CO-EXISTENCE POSSIBLE? NET 1959 
29min sd b&w (Platform ser) rent $4.75 
c-ad 

Produced by KTCA — TV. Kanescope 

Senator Hubert Humphrey presents his 
views on the possibility of co-existence be- 
tween the Soviet bloc and the West. He ex- 
plains the nature and function of United 
States' foreign policy and the problems and 
possible answers in bringing about a mutually 
satisfactory relationship witn the Soviet Union 

LC card Fi A 61-546 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4791 

IS DEMOCRACY POSSIBLE? NET 1959 29min 
sd b&w (Platform ser) rent $4.75 
c-ad 

Produced by WQED. Kinescope 
Outlines the role of the democratic sys- 
tem of government in the world today. De- 
scribes the meaning of democracy, what it 
requires of its citizens, and how it may be 
expected to operate. Discusses democracy and 
its chances in competition with dictatorship 
and totalitarian systems 
LC card Fi A 61-553 

ISRAEL: MIDDLE EAST NEIGHBOR. Bailey 
1962 16min sd color $160, rent $7.50 
el-Jh-sh-ad Guide 

Shows that Jews who live in Israel have 
come from many parts of the world and have 
united to build ancient Palestine into a new 
world neighbor. Israel is a land of barren 
deserts and broad green valleys, of Roman 
ruins and modern apartment houses, of eastern 
and western traditions comprising many 
cultures. In utilizing her rich mineral re- 
sources, reclaiming her land, industrializing 
her economy, and raising the living standards 
of her people, Israel is one of the fastest grow- 
ing nations today 

ISRAEL TODAY. Murray 1961 28min sd b&w 
$100; color $275, rent $25 
sh-c-ad 

Depicts modern Israel. Shows Tel Aviv 
a^ a buzzing metropolis of an ultra-modern 
state. Includes views of apartment houses 
and office buildings 

LC card Fi A 61-217 

ISTANBUL AND IZMIR. IntFlmBur 1961 llmin 
sd color $120, rent $5 

el-Jh-8h 

Opens with references to a map which 
defines the boundaries of Turkey and designates 
neighboring nations. At Istanbul. Izmir and 
other cities of western Turkey, shows a mix- 
ture of ancient and modern characteristics in- 
cluding scenes of schools, homes, mosques, 
port activity and city streets 

IT TAKES A MAN. Hour 1961 27%min sd 
b&w $180, rent $9; color $300, rent $13.50 
el-ad 

Sponsored by Third Order of St Francis 
Gives an answer to the question asked 
by many people, "What makes an average 
boy decide to be a priest?" The Joe of this 
story proceeds from home through the semi- 
nary. His year of training culminates in his 
dramatic ascent to the altar 

ITALIE DU NORD. See NORTHERN ITALY 

IT'S TIME TO IRRIGATE. UnionPacif 1962 
lOmin sd color free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows modern methods used in determ- 



ining when a crop needs water, how much to 
apply to a given crop, and new methods of 
application. Teaches the user of water for ir- 



rigation how full value can be obtained from 
a given amount of water in a given amount 
of time 



IOWA'S EXPANDING ECONOMY. DesMReg 
1958 24min sd color free- loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Tells the story of Iowa's economy, em- 
phasizing the happy balance between agri- 
culture and industry 

LC card Fi A 61-990 



J. D. GOES HUNTING. NZealEmb 1961 15min 
sd color free- loan 

sh-c-ad 

Shows an American visiting New Zealand 
to go fishing and deer hunting. Displays rugged 
outdoor sports amid magnificent scenery 



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JAMAICA ON THE MARCH. Jamaica 1961 
13%min sd color free- loan 
sh-c-ad 

Produced by Samuel L. Schulman Pro- 
ductions 

Discusses industrialization in Jamaica. in 
the British West Indies, describing the in- 
dustrial potential of the country, and the 
skills and education of its people. Includes 
views showing life in Jamaica 

LC card Fi A 62-754 

JAPAN. AirFrance 1959 20min sd color free- 
loan 

sh-c-ad 

French version available 

Produced by Jack Sarger 

The beautiful shrines, magnificent cos- 
tumes of the old Japan mixed with modern 
Tokyo 

JAPAN HARVESTS THE SEA. Disney 1961 
29min sd color (People and places ser) 
$300. rent $10 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Shows a typical day in the life of a fish- 
inff village, stressing the complete dependence 
for survivail on the bounty of the sea 

JAPAN, ITS CULTURE AND ITS PEOPLE. 
AV-ED 1962 llmin sd color $110. rent $6 
el-Jh-sh-ad 

Though the medium of old prints. Com- 
modore Perry is shown re- opening this island 
nation which had been closed from the western 
influence for 223 years. Pictures the Japanese 
of today in their traditional kimono and western 
dress and shows the woodcuts of Hiroshige and 
others along with the gentle art of *'cha-no-yu" 
(tea ceremony) and "ikebana" (flower arrange- 
ment) 

JAPAN: PACIFIC NEIGHBOR. Bailey 1962 
15 min sd color $160. rent $7.50 
el-Jh-sh-ad Guide 

Shows how in this land of mountains sur- 
rounded by sea, the Japanese people have 
adapted their unique environment to flt their 
own needs. Fleets of fishing boats range across 
the Pacific in search of food for Japan's dense 
population," merchant ships travel over the 
world, carrying Japanese manufactured goods 
in trade for raw materials to supply her many 
factories. Crowded cities perch on narrow 
shelves of land, while a multitude of tiny farms 
take up every foot of workable ground. Dis- 
cusses transportation, education, religion, in- 
dustries, city and farm life, showing how 
Japan faces the constant challenge of her dif- 
ficult topography, climatic extremes, and grow- 
ing population 

JAPON. See JAPAN 

EL JARDfN ZOOL6GICO. Barr 1961 llmin sd 
color $125. rent $6 

p-ei-Jh Guide 

Spanish narration 

A beginning conversational Spanish film. 
Takes the student on a trip to the zoo and 
points out the names of the various animals: 
includes descriptive and action words, and 
illustrates the use of the singular and plural 
form of the words 

LC card Fi A 61-852 

THE JAZZ OF DAVE BRUBECK. Assn 1961 
26%min sd b&w (The twentieth century ser) 
free- loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by CBS News for The Pruden- 
tial Insurance Co. of America 

Dave Brubeck and his quartet tell Re- 
porter Walter Cronkite why they play jazz, 
what they aim to do in their playing, why 
they play together, what they get out of it, 
and then give a demonstration 

JE PARLE FRANCAIS (120 films). EBF 1961 
2-15min sd b&w or color purchase apply 
Jh-sh-c Guide 

_ Complete two or three year course in 
French comprised of text, film and tape. In- 
cludes 120 filmed episodes, 120 units of tape, 
a 2- volume teacher's manual, and a 4- volume 
student textbook 



JET AND ROCKET ENGINES. IndU 1961 

lOmin sd b&w $50; color $100. rent $3.25 

Jh-sh 

Develops the principle of reaction as it 

applies to jet and rocket engines. Contrasts 

the ram jet engine to the turbojet engine and 

their need for fuel, air, and ignition is made 

evident. Demonstrates that both combustion 

and thrust can be obtained in a vacuum 

JET BOATS IN NEW ZEALAND. NZealEmb 
1961 lOmin sd color free-loan 
sh-c-ad 
Shows the jetboat, a New Zealand inven- 
tion, being put through its paces on a fast 
flowing Canterbury river 

THE JETS ARE HERE. Boeing 1960 18min sd 
color free- loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Describes the airplanes of the jet age 

THE JOINT-LEGGED ANIMALS— ARTHRO- 

PODS. EBF 1962 16min sd (Biology ser) 

b&w $115. rent $5.50; color $230. rent $8 

sh-c Guide 

Shows representatives of each of the 

five major classes of arthropods and relates 

them to the arthropod body plan: crustaceans, 

centipedes, millipedes, arachnids, and insects. 

Illustrates the processes of metamorphosis and 

moulting 

JOURNEY TO NAZARETH. Novik 1960 
27%min sd color $265 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
A tour of the Holy Land, including views 
of the sites where Jesus lived and taught 
LC card Fi A 61-334 

JUDGING PEOPLE. Hound 1962 23min sd b&w 
$liO, rent $25 

sh-c-ad 
Shows frequent pitfalls in sizing up 
people, as well as methods to avoid mistakes 
in making decisions about people and predicting 
their performance. Tells how to improve one's 
ability to analyze and judge personality, in- 
telligence, ability and capacity 

THE JUNGLE AND THE PLOW. Contem 1957 
28min sd b&w $100, rent $7 
el-Jh-ad 
Produced by Ama Ltd., India, for 
UNESCO 

Shows UNESCO assistance in a 1,000 
square mile land in Minneriya. Ceylon 
LC card Fi A 57-458 ^, ^ _ 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4652 

JUPITER, SATURN AND MARS IN MOTION. 

EBF 1961 7%min si color $90 
Jh-sh 
Shows a number of time-lapse photo- 
graphs taken through the Mount Wilson Ob- 
servatory telescope over a period of 3 years 
showing the rotation of Jupiter with its satel- 
lite and shadow, the shrinking polar cap of 
Mars 

JUST LIKE ME. Lohmann 1962 7%min sd color 

$79, rent $5 

p.. el 

Explores the question, "Why aren't my 
friends just like me?" Imagines situations in- 
volving four identical boys and encounters 
amusing and instructive incidents 

JUST PLUG IT IN. BayState 1961 23%min sd 
color $200 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Electric Counsel of New 
England 

Live action and animation illustrate the 
proper use of all electrical home appliances 
and equipment. Told humorously from the 
viewpoint of the wall outlet 



THE KEY. UnitedJew 1960 28min sd b&w free- 
loan 

sh-c-ad 

14min version available 

Story of a young boy who has lived In a 
temporary makeshift house in a ma'abara 
(transit camp) with his family ever since he 
came to Israel seven years ago. Shows that 
he is ^ fully aware of ^ the tension and misery 
caused in his family by their impossible living 
conditions 



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KILLERS AND CARCINOGENS 
In VIRUS (8 films) 

KINESCORE, WALTZ OF THE FLOWERS. 

Harmolin 1961 8min sd color $125 
el-Jh-sh-c 

Produced by Kinescore 

Correlated with the fllmstrip "Kinescore, 
an introduction to the orchestra" 

Helps the classroom student to identify 
the various instruments in an orchestra as 
well as their many sounds. Tells that it is a 
literal and complete translation, not a simplifl- 
cation of the written score, and the instruments 
are shown as they play, even if only for one 
note. Color is used to distingiuish and identify 
the four sections of the orchestra and the in- 
dividual instruments of each section 



LAND OF BRITAIN. Contem 1962 24min sd 

b&w $100, rent $7 

el-Jh-ad 
Surveys the United Kingdom, its kcok- 
raphy, aRriculture. industries, transportation 
and power, with closing sequences concentraUns: 
on London 

LAND OF ETERNAL CONTRASTS. Utah 1959 
26min sd color $150. free- loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Tours the state of Utah, showing its major 
scenic, historic, and recreational attractions. 
Includes views of Temple Square in Salt Lake 
City. Bingham Copper Mine. Logan Canyon, 
Zion and Bryce National Parks, Dead Horse 
Point, and some winter sports scenes 

LC card Fi A 62-391 



THE KING AND THE LION. Contem 1954 
lOmin sd color $100, rent $5 
p-el-Jh-sh 

Produced by Wallace Puppet Films 
Based on the Aesop fable, "Androcles 
and the Lion." Makes the point that we receive 
love and kindness in return for giving it 
EFLA evaluation card No. 2357 

KINGDOM OF THE SAGUENAY. Quebec 1959 
29%min sd b&w or color free- loan 
p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

French version available 

Discusses the Saguenay: its history, 
economy, tourist attractions, lumber industry, 
paper industry and its gigantic aluminum in- 
dustry whose products cover every part of the 
world. Shows the agriculture of this fertile 
and picturesque region which is also a paradise 
for hunting and fishing enthusiasts 

KINGS AND QUEENS. GoPic 1959 24min sd 
color $305 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Paul Czinner 
History of England related through pre- 
sentation of a cavalcade of British monarchs. 
Personal anecdotes are revealed about each 
monarch as paintings of them are portrayed in 
color 

KNOW YOUR LIBRARY. Coronet rev 1962 
llmin sd b&w $60, color $120 
Jh-sh Guide 
Revision of 1946 film 

.Discovers the value of the library when 
working on a research assignment. Shows how 
to use the card catalog, find books as classified 
by the Dewey Decimal System, and how to use 
reference materials, such as an encyclopedia 
and the Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature 

THE KOREAN PEOPLE. IntFlmBur 1961 
llmin sd color $120, rent $5 
el-Jh-sh 

?f ^.^°°-^*1^ Korea on a rnap and identifies 
its principal cities. Scenes of an open-air fish 
market at Pusan and views of rice-growing 
Hir^^^^o^^^'^^^^^^^l-^^^^y.^^flect the nation'! 
dependence on fishing and farming. In Seoul 
the combinatipn of traditional and modern in- 
S,^o«^^Ki i? evidenced by, children at play, wo- 
rnen beating heavy cloth to "press" it, girls 
a h ^^a"^ a university and a family dressed for 



^"^SS^.^"^^ i^^I'^L., Quebec 1960 14min sd 
b&w or color free-loan 

P-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

French version available 
of qt ?tefri^cf,,i^^^?^^l?- °.^ blacksmith shops 

^^IfmiS'^sd^^^^^oV^^oV^r^lj.oar^ec 1^ 

P-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
French version available 



LAND WITHOUT WATER. Novik 1960 
lai/^min sd color $135 
Jh 

Stresses the importance of water and de- 
picts how Israel brought irrigation to its 
desert areas 

LC card Fi A 61-335 

THE LANGUAGE LABORATORY IN ACTION. 

Electronic 1961 14min sd color $125. free- 
loan 

el-jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows details of planning, experiment, 
and teaching methods in a high school language 
laboratory 

LC card Fi A 62-249 

LANGUAGE OF ALGEBRA. IntFlmBur 1960 
16min sd color $165. rent $7.50 
sh 
Produced by Visual Education Films 
Defines symbols, surveys their familiar 
applications in a modern world and illustrates 
their role in mathematics. Watching the ani- 
mated evolution of a plot of land, from wood- 
lot to subdivision, gives us the opportunity 
to solve several mathematical problems that 
confront the owner of the land; the area of 
his property and of the individual lots he in- 
tends to sell, the length of the road to be 
paved, the amount of fencing needed to en- 
close a playground, and the number of bot- 
tles of milk needed for this community. In 
each problem a formula is set up and alge- 
braic symbols are substituted for actual ob- 
jects to streamline the equation 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4252 

THE LANGUAGE OF FACES. Contem 1961 
17min sd b&w $75. rent $5 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by the American Friends Serv- 
ice Committee 

Depicts idea of potential warfare, in 
American life— children singing during H-bomb 
drills, businessmen inspecting a Civil Defense 
shelter, people watching military parades and 
weapons displays— but also examples of the 
growing renunciation of violence, concluding 
with scenes of a Quaker vigil at the Pentagon 

LC card Fi A 61-320 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4752 

LATIN AMERICA: AN INTRODUCTION. 

Coronet 1961 llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 
el-Jh Guide 

XI. X Introduces the nations of the Americas 
that comprise Latin America. Presents the 
cornmon bonds of history, traditions, religion, 
customs, and languages that the people share 
as key ideas in understanding the meaning of 
Latin America. Includes views of a fiesta 
LC card Fi A 61-811 

LAURENTIAN SUMMER. Quebec 1961 
14%min sd b&w or color free-loan 
P-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

French version available 

Shows the Laurentians in the summer. 
nJi® ^Si^^J/v?^$"AT^ ^^ well as tourists head for 
the North of Montreal. Gay summer resorts, 

ti^il^f ^"^^'PP^^./^iL ^11 ^^?ds of sports and at- 
tractions await those who are looking for a 
lively vacation. The others, enticed bv the 
fl^!?^'« enchanting peace of the Laurentians, will 
find numerous lakes with excellent fishing 



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LAURENTIANS IN WHITE. Quebec 1961 

i4%min sd b&w or color free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

French version available 

Describes winter in the Laurentian Moun- 
tains. Shows the snow covered slopes, the 
forests under the brilliant sun, the trails, and 
the comfortable firesides of the Laurentian 
hotels 

LEARNING FROM DISAPPOINTMENTS. 

Coronet 1961 llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 
el Guide 

Tells how three children who are not 
chosen for the roles they wanted in the school 
history pageant overcome their disappointment 
in various ways — through good sportsmanship, 
by choosing another goal, and by trying again 
in a different way 

LC card Fi A 61-1073 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4721 

LEARNING FROM PETS IN THE CLASS- 
ROOM. Journal 1961 15min sd b&w $75, 
color $150 

p-et Guide 
Produced by Reinald Werrenrath 
Shows a classroom where the children are 
taking care of frogs, toads, and salamanders. 
Teaches that some animals must depend for 
their food on other animals and that they live 
best in the environment that they are used 
to. By watching caterpillars the pupils learn 
about the entire life cycle of insects. Mam- 
mals are seen by watching the hamster and 
finally, taking care of fertile eggs in an incu- 
bator and seeing them hatch, the pupils learn 
that a chick's life begins in an egg 

LEGEND OF THE BIRDS. NZealEmb 1961 
20min sd color free- loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Views of New Zealand's unusual birds 
with the story of the Maori legends 

LESSON ON DIPLOMACY. WashU 1958 40min 
sd b&w $100, rent $3.25 
sh-c 
Views eighth session of the Model United 
Nations conference held April, 1958, on the 
University of Washington campus. Shows pur- 
poses and functions of the Model United Na- 
tions and how conferences are organized 

LET THE SUNSHINE IN. AlphaOmega 1961 
12min sd color $120. rent $6 
p-el 
Sponsored by Everett Tigner 
Marcy, a little puppet, sings about Jesus 
and a happy life. New concept in child evange- 
lism 

LET'S GO SKIING. UW 1960 9min sd b&W 
(Sport parade ser) $23.95 
sh-c-ad 

Available in silent version, $10.95 
Shows a slalom across country with 
Olympic champs from Squaw Valley to Mt 
Snow, and then down the leading slopes of 
Europe 

LET'S HAVE A BARBECUE. KansasAg 1960 
14min sd color $91.94, free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Explains how to build a fire for outdoor 
cooking, demonstrates meat-preparation tech- 
niques, and presents new ideas for economical 
and tasty barbecued meals 
LC card Fi A 62-362 

LET'S HAVE A PARADE. Barr 1962 lOmin sd 
color $115. rent $6 

p Guide 
Shows children watching a patriotic pa- 
rade and saluting the flag as it passes Tells 
how they organize a parade of their own. and 
shows the mailman and others pausing to salute 
the flag and enjoying the display 
LC card Fi A 62-396 

LET'S LEARN TO PREDICT THE WEATHER. 

Coronet 1962 llmin sd b&w $60, color $120 
el-Jh Guide 
Presents weather facts which pupils can 
observe for themselves to give a basic under- 
.^tanding of why weather changes take place. 
Shows the significance of barometer readings, 
wind direction, and types of clouds, and other 
intere.sting observations which will enable pupils 
to anticipate weather changes 



LET'S LOOK AT LEVERS. Journal 1961 lOmin 
sd b&w $55, color $110 

p-el Guide 
Produced by Gilbert Altschul Productions 
Shows examples of levers and illustrates 
how the lever, a basic simple machine, helps 
man solve the problem of getting work done 
efficiently and economically 
LC card Fi A 61-571 

LET'S LOOK AT WEEDS. CanNFB 1961 19min 
sd b&w $90. rent $5; color $180, rent $7.50 
Jh-sh-ad Guide 

An ecological study of the relationship 
between weeds and crop plants, describing the 
life history of specific weeds with reference to 
their susceptibility to cultural and chemical 
control. Shows new developments in chemical 
weed killers 

LC card Fi A 59-1125 

LET'S LOOK DEEPER. RepubSteel 1956 27min 
sd color free-loan 

c-ad 

Produced by Wilding, Inc. 

Summarizes the basic principles of oil 
well drilling and shows the important part 
played by steel casing and tubing 

LC card Fi A 62-100 

LET'S WATCH PLANTS GROW. Coronet 1962 
llmin sd b&w $60, color $120 
p-el Guide 

Shows pupils planting seeds and watch- 
ing plants grow in their classroom. Time- 
lapse photography demonstrates the growth of 
plants, and will stimulate interest in their 
study. Experiments show pupils that plants 
need water, minerals, and sunlight for growth 

LC card Fi A 62-445 

LETTER TO YOUNGSTOWN. Youngstown 
1961 35min sd color free-loan 
el-Jh-sh.c-ad 
Produced by Cinecraft Productions 
Story of how steel is made, from raw ma- 
terials to finished products. Shows coking and 
hot metal production; close views of blooming 
and other rolling operations. Story line in- 
volves young boy who receives a share of 
Youngstown stock 

^LETTER WRITING FOR BEGINNERS. Coronet 
1961 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 
/ p-el Guide 

If / Describes the invitation, thank-you letter. 
li,^nd friendly letter received by three young 
people. Shows one boy as he answers his let- 
ter, explaining about the five parts of a letter, 
the indented and block form, the use of capital 
letters and punctuation, and how to ad(fress 
an envelope 

LC card FI A 61-843 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4723 

THE LETTUCE STORY. Ingraham 1961 12min 
sd b&w $79.50. color $86.50 
Jh-sh-c.ad 
Sponsored by California Chemical Co. 
Tells of the production of lettuce as a 
field crop, from preparation of the soil to har- 
vesting and. packing, with special emphasis on 
modern agricultural methods 

^'^?n'^n"'JI®, f^P.^ LOUISIANA. PanAmFlms 
1960 20min sd b&w $110, color $175 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

o* 4. 4X?^^'^^'® tP^ free-loan from Louisiana 
State Library. Baton Rouge. La. 

Produced by Carolyn Ramsey Film Pro- 
ductions 

^Discusses the demonstration program of 
the Louisiana State Library by which public 
libraries have spread over the State since 1926. 
Shows how a parish library is set up and oper- 
ated for a trial period, explaining that the 
books become such a vital part of the lives of 
the people that they vote permanent financial 
support 

LC card Fi A 60-3458 

LIBYA AHEAD. MarathonOil 1961 27mln sd 
color $117.23, free-loan 

sh-ad Guide 
Produced by Wilding. Inc. 
,* Pictures the oil industry in Libya. Points 
out the social and economic progress of the 
Libyan people and the contribution which the 
oil industry has made in the past and will con- 
tinue to make in the future 
LC card Fi A 62-158 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



LIFE AND DEATH OF A CELL. CalifU 1960 
20min sd color $195, rent $10 
el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Using the amoeba proteus to illustrate 
the life process, offers a clear and cogent ex- 
planation of how a cell embodies all. the func- 
tions and properties common to living things 

EFL.A evaluation card No. 4315 

THE LIFE CYCLE OF THE . MALARIA 

PARASITE. CalifU. 1961 lli^niin sd color 

(Microbiology teaching ser) $124, rent $6,50 

c-ad 

Sexual and asexual cycles (including 

exoerythrocytic stages) are depicted through 

the use of animation 

BFLA evaluation card No. 4b»d 

LIFE FROM THE SUN. IntFlmBur 1961 15min 
sd color $155, rent $7.50 
el-Jh 
Produced by Visual Education Films . 
Offers a panoramic view of the sun s in- 
fluence on earthly life and enumerates the 
physical and biological phenomena that are the 
direct results of the sun's energy. Presents its 
instruction through the story of a boy who 
learns, during a jet plane trip, that life on 
earth depends on radiant energy 

LIFE IN AN OASIS (North Africa). Coronet 

1962 llmin sd b&w $60, color $120 
el-Jh Guide 
Shows the relationship of an oasis envi- 
ronment to daily life — the irrigation farming, 
the building of houses of mud bricks, the con- 
stant flght against wind and sand. Contrasts 
earlier, natural oases with present-day, man- 
made oases where modern technology is used 
to locate water, drill wells, build fertilizer 
factories, and prepare the earth for planting 

LIFE IN CENTRAL AUSTRALIA. Rothschild 
1958 lOmin sd b&w $50, rent apply; color 
$100, rent apply 

el-Jh-sh Guide 
Produced by Invincible Studios 
The "dead heart" of Australia showing 
bird, animal and human life in semi-arid ter- 
rain. Shows that the native tribes inhabiting 
this area have retained their primitive cave 
dwellings, art work, and hunting methods 

THE LIFE OF MOTHER SETON. Pittsburgh 

Cath 1960 50min sd b&w $125, rent $15 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by Station WQED for Sisters of 
Charity 

Documentary film portraying the life and 
character of Mother Seton, founder of the Sis- 
ters of Charity and the parochial school sys- 
tem in the United States 

LC card Fi A 61-231 

LIFE SCIENCE: RESPONSE IN A SIMPLE 
ANIMAL. FilmAssoc 1962 llmin sd b&w $60, 
rent apply; color $120, rent apply 
Jh-sh Guide 
Microphotography illustrates how a sim- 
ple animal, the amoeba, responds to different 
kinds of changes. Such activities as movement, 
food getting and reproduction are simply re- 
sponses to internal and/or external change. 
Shows that successful response to change is 
life; unsuccessful response is death 

^'^hJ^.J^iri^'^i.NATION AND ITS MEAS- 
UREMENT. Coronet 1961 13i^min sd b&w 
$75. color $137.50 

jh-sh Guide 

« • , Illustrates the common sources of arti- 
ncial light and explains their operation. De- 
scribes in detail the measurement of light, in- 
cluding liuminous intensity, luminous flux, and 
Illumination. Explains and demonstrates such 
basic terms as candlepower, lumen, and foot- 
candle 

LC card Fi A 61-839 

A LIGHT IN^ NATURE. Shell 1962 33min sd 
color free-loan 

sh-ad 

Ar.Hfio^cJi^^^^^-P^^®P^<^^iv® .9^ <^he current sci- 
ooPiv*®^®"^L.i?^^"^i"& a- discussion about the 
nriftnl^^v,^''^i^'^.i in space, the bathys^phl 
Pv?^f^ti^5®^il®?^^ °^- ^^« o^e^"' the piercing 
J^lshinf \emtron" "^^^^<^«<^«P^' ^^^ the atom- 
LC card Fi A 62-264 



LIGHT: LENSES AND OPTICAL INSTRU- 
MENTS. Coronet 1961 13l^min sd b&w $75. 
color $137.50 

Jh-sh Guide 
Explains in detail the principles by which 
lenses function. Shows the similarity of a sim- 
ple camera to the human eye; illustrates the 
effects of different lens curvatures and of 
systems of lenses. Discusses the practical ap- 
plications of the properties of lenses in eye- 
glasses, in the microscope, in the telescope, 
and in other optical instruments 
LC card Fi A 61-840 

LIGHT: REFLECTION. Coronet 1961 13%min 
sd b&w $75. color $137.50 
Jh-sh Guide 
Explains the laws of reflection and the 
formation of images; illustrates the different 
types of reflection; and demonstrates the form- 
ation of real and virtual images in plane mir- 
ors, convex and concave mirrors, and para- 
bolic mirrors 

LC card Fi A 61-841 

LIGHT: REFRACTION. Coronet 1961 ISi^min 
sd b&w $75, color $137.50 
Jh-sh Guide 

Illustrates by laboratory demonstration 
and animation how and why light changes di- 
rection when it passes from one substance into 
another. Explains Sneil's law for determining 
the index of refraction, and shows how the laws 
of refraction are applied in the use of lenses 

LC card Fi A 61-837 

LIGHT: WAVE AND QUANTUM THEORIES. 
Coronet 1961 13%min sd b&w $75. color 
$137.50 

Jh-sh Guide 
Demonstrates the accepted theory of light 
as consisting of both a wave motion and of 
discrete bundles, or quanta, of energy. Per- 
forms Young's double-slit experiment to show 
the wave character of light. Shows in labora- 
tory demonstrations and in animation the 
Compton effect and other major experiments 
associated with the present theory 
LC card Fi A 61-838 

THE LITTERBUG. Disney 1962 8min sd color 
$100 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows the contemptible, yet skillful pest, 
"The litterbug," who so effectively • manages 
to defile our beaches, mountains, cities and 
countrysides. Donald Duck stars as this un- 
inhibited Public Nuisance Number One 

LIVING MAMMAL. IntFlmBur 1961 17min sd 
color $180, rent $9 

Jh-sh 

Produced by Murl Deusing Film Produc- 
tions 

Defining a mammal in biological terms, 
shows the characteristics held in common by all 
mammals and presents the various ways in 
which mammals have adapted themselves to life 
in the air, in the water, in tree tops and on 
the ground. Examines the highly developed 
senses of sigh, smell, touch and hearing and 
shows how these are combined in the hunt for 
food. Shows the adaptations of teeth for herb- 
iverous. carnivorous and omnivorous modes of 
life and portrays diverse means of self-protec- 
tion 

LOG DRIVE. CanNFB 1961 30min sd b&w $130. 
rent $7 

el-Jh-ad 

Describes how, in the Quebec springtime, 
a winter's cut of pulp logs is herded to mills 
a hundred miles downstream. Shows how the 
last trees are felled, cut, and piled on the al- 
ready overburdened river ice; how, nudged by 
dynamite, the ice fractures and the awaited 
flow begins; and how the river men dart across 
the moving mass, poling, hauling, and some- 
times blasting the logs toward the mills before 
the spring floods subside. Includes a ballad 
singer who sings about the logging activities 

LC card Fi A 58-630 

LOGARITHMS AND THE SLIDE RULE (8 

films). IntFlmBur 1961 ea SOmin sd b&w ea 
$125, set $795; rent ea $7.50 
sh-c 
Produced by Calvin Productions 
A carefully planned series of eight films 
on the meaning and use of logarthms. Each 
film presentation (after Lesson I) is so related 
to the preceding lesson that continuity is pro- 
vided 



ss 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



THE LONG COOL SUMMER. VisionAssoc 1961 
5min sd b&w or color rent apply 
el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by The Coffee Brewing Insti- 
tute 

Shows the wide range of possibilities with 
coffee in a succession of special cold coffee 

EFL.A evaluation card No. 4431 

THE LONG DAY. GoPic 1960 15min sd color 
$195. rent $15 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Robert Carrickford 
Shows Bergen. Norway, native customs, 
dances and fishing fleets 

LOOIE LAWTERS AND HIS SEVEN DAUGH- 
TERS. Jantzen 1961 6min sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by Hockaday and Associates 
Shows how a person can effectively over- 
come the figure faults found in seven basic 
body types through the purchase of the correct 
styling, fabric, color and texture in a swim 
suit 

A LOOK AT PHOTOLITHOGRAPHY. Eastman 
rev 1962 18min sd color free-loan 
ad 
Revision of 1948 film "Photo-lithography" 
Shows a typical photolithography plant 
and traces the creation and production of a 
four-color printing job. Explains that photo- 
lithography (also known as offset printing) 
starts with the art director's choice of the 
color transparency or color print most suitable 
for photomechanical reproduction. Outlines 
steps required before plates are prepared for 
the presses and concludes with examples of 
good printing at work as an important selling 
and communication tool 

A LOOK AT YOUR SCHOOLS. Welsh 1961 
27min sd color purchase apply, rent $5 
c-ad 
Sponsored by Valley Stream, N.Y. Board 
of Education 

Shows that an excellent program of 
studies in up-to-date schools in any communi- 
ty points UD the need for continuing support 
of the educational program 

LOS ANGELES FROM THE AIR. Goldsmith 
1962 15min sd color $140 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Aerial photography, animation and his- 
torical photographs show an over-all view of 
the geography and development of the Los 
Angeles Metropolitan Area. Presents the basic 
topography of the area, the pattern of early 
growth, and the nature of the Central District 
and the suburbs. Points out key problems of 
transportation and water supply and empha- 
sizes the great variety of ecoonmy, recreation, 
cultural opportunities and ways of living which 
underlie the rapid growth of this area 

LA LUTTE. See WRESTLING 



MAGDALEN ISLANDS. Quebec 1956 29min sd 
b&w or color free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

French version available 

Shows the Magdalen Islands, their natural 
beauty and their commercial evolution result- 
ing from fishing, their only industry. Tells how 
the lobster industry has greatly contributed to 
the progrepc: of the Islands; everything is done 
on the spot, even to shipping the fish to the 
world's, markets. The life of the Madelinot, 
changed somewhat by the progress being made 
on the Islands, has lost none of its harshness 

THE MAGIC MINERAL. CanNFB 1961 ISmin 
sd b/'cw $75, rent $5 

el-Jh-ad 

Shows a typical asbestos town and follows 
^9„ P^Of ^?ss of the fibrous rock from mine to 
mill Tells how asbestos is brought from the 
earth and refined for a great many uses, de- 
scribes tne mining technique and portrays 
modern^ commercial uses of asbestos 

LC card Fi A 60-637 

EFL.A evaluation card No. 4792 



THE MAGiC OF WOOD. ArtEdge 1962 40min 
sd color $396, rent $40 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Haverland Film Productions 
Pictures artist Joseph Domjan at work 
in his New Jersey studio, showing how he 
creates, develops and completes a color woodcut 
entitled "Fire peacock" 
LC card Fi A 62-165 

MAINTENANCE PAINTING: AN ENGINEER. 
ING APPROACH TO LOWER COSTS. 

Hercules 1961 26min sd color $171.13, free- 
loan 

c-ad 
Produced by Farrell & Gage Films 
Discusses the importance of doing an 
adequate painting job 

LC card Fi A 62-166 

MAKE-UP 

In GOOD GROOMING (4 films) 

THE MAN. BellTel 1961 22min sd b&w (Selling 
by telephone course ser) free-loan 
ad 

Produced by Henry Strauss & Co. for 
American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Surveys the problems and needs of po- 
tential customers of yellow- page advertising, 
pointing out the relationship between the way 
a customer buys, produces, sells, and adminis- 
ters, and his need for advertising and promo- 
tion. Provides inexperienced saleswomen with 
a general background of information on busi- 
ness operations that will enable them to talk 
intelligently when they endeavor to sell ad- 
vertising space in the yellow pages of the tele- 
phone book 

LC card Fi A 61-260 

MAN IN THE BLUE HELMET. Contem 1961 
25min sd b&w $75, rent $7.50 
Jh-ad 

Produced by Alistair Cooke for United 
States Broadcasters Committee for the United 
Nations 

Documentary about the blue-helmeted 
United Nations soldier who guards the peace 
in the Gaza Strip and the Congo. Outlines the 
duty of the United Nations troops; they must 
live with constant provocation, but are charged 
with remaining calm. Glimpses of the indi- 
vidual soldiers at work and on leave add up 
to a revealing portrait of the type of soldier 
who may become a symbol of man's civilized 
sanity 

MAN ON THE DOORSTEP. Methodist- 
TRAFCO 1961 28min sd b&w $40, rent $3 
sh-c-ad Guide 
A portrayal of refugees fleeing from Red 
China to crowded Hong Kong 
LC card Fi A 61-832 

THE MAN WHO BEAT DEATH. Post 1962 
27min sd b&w (Readers Digest ser) $125, 
rent $8 

Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by Radio Artists Corp. 
Story of tennis player Billy Talbert's 
life-long battle against diabetes. The drama 
takes place at the scene of his tennis match 
in Forest Hills with Pancho Gonzales. Flash- 
backs show Talbert's life to the moment of 
this contest. Incidents include some of his 
life in adjusting to the incurable disease from 
the time when he was nine years old 

THE MANY LIVES OF J.Q.P. IndU 1956 
lOmin sd b&w (Aging in the modem world 
ser) $40. rent $2 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by University of Michigan for 
Fund for Adult Education 

Correlated with the book "Aging in to- 
day's society" edited by C. Tibbitts and others 
Reviews the gains and losses which ac- 
company the process of growing older, showing 
how a man who is approaching middle age 
tries to adjust to these changes 
LC card Fi A 59-28 

THE MAORI TODAY. NZealEmb 1961 20min 
sd color free- loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows how the Maori have become in- 
tegrated into European life, both in town 
and country 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



MAPPING A TREASURE HUNT. Cenco 1961 
llmin sd (Elementary geography ser) b&w 
$55. color $110 

el Guide 

Explains how to find directions and 
natural and man-made objects when using a 
map. Using the map as an illustration, depicts 
a treasure hunt in a public park 

LC card Fi A 62-162 

MARCEL MARCEAU PANTOMIMES. Contem 
1955 13min sd color $195. rent $20 
p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by George K. Arthur 
Marcel Marceau, pantomimist in three of 
his works: "David and Goliath." "Lion tamer. 
"Butterfly chase." Foreword by Jean Cocteau 

MARGUERITE A LA FERME, IntFlmBur 1962 
15min sd color $150. rent $6 
el-Jh Guide 

French narration , , .,, , 

Beginning French students will share the 
happy experience of Marguerite as she spends 
a day visiting, working, and playing on her 
cousins' farm. The text is designed for stu- 
dents with limited contact with French; depend- 
ing on level of achievement, it will be useful 
with elementary school classes 

MARK OF MERIT ALUMINUM WINDOWS. 

RepubSteel 1958 25min sd color free- loan 
c-ad 

Produced by Wilding. Inc. 

Illustrates opportunities for the develop- 
ment of the aluminum window market by 
suggesting what to tell the builder, for ex- 
ample, about the advantages of aluminum 
windows. Points out what features to em- 
phasize and how to present them so that the 
buyer recognizes the advantages — and what 
the advantages mean to him 

LC card Fi A 62-14 

MARK TWAIN GIVES .AN INTERVIEW. 

Coronet 1961 13i/^min sd b&w $75. color 
$137.50 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Hal Holbrook's classic impersonation of 

Mark Twain is re-created in this interview 

with the author of some of the most beloved 

and widely-read works in American literature 

LC card Fi A 61-812 

MARS AND BEYOND. Disney 1958 30min sd 
color (Science -factual ser) $300. rent $12 
Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Uses animation and live action photogra- 
phy to correlate the scientifically valid in- 
formation presently known about the planet 
Mars and describes an imaginary flight to 
Mars in a manned space ship 

MARSH TREASURES. Daggett 1961 12y2min 
sd b&w $65. color $125 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Reveals the hidden treasures of salt, 
sulphur, and oil buried beneath the plastic 
ooze along the Gulf of Mexico, demonstrating 
in diagram and live action how they are dis- 
covered, mined, and produced. Includes views 
of a crew on a marsh buggy, of miners in the 
depths of a salt dome, of sulphur wells, of 
molten mineral pouring from under the mire, 
and of a derrick boring into the muck for 
the black gold of oil 

LC card Fi A 62-20 

MASKS. FilmAssoc 1962 llmin sd color $120. 
rent $5 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Produced by Pegasus Films 

Shows a collection of masks, both primi- 
tive and modern and shows how, in many 
societies, masks have played an important role 
in the performance of rituals, in the perpetua- 
tion of myths and in the dramatizing of 
legends. Helps toward an appreciation of the 
role of masks in the cultural and artistic life 
of all people, both ancient and modern 

A MASTERPIECE OF SPANISH PAINTING. 

ArizU 1962 25V2min sd color $175 
sh-c-ad 

Shows in detail the 26 large panels of a 
rare masterpiece of Renaissance Spanish art 
—The Retablo of Ciudad Rogrigo by Fernando 
Gallego. Gives a stylistic and iconographic ex- 
planation of this Hispano- Flemish retablo — one 
of the greatest Spanish masterpieces on ex- 
hibit in this country 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4755 



MASTERPIECES OF KOREAN ART. Korean 
Res 1960 25min sd b&w or color free- loan 
c-ad 

Tells about 200 items of Korean national 
treasures which were shown in United States 
museums and are currently on exhibit in 
Europe. Includes metal work, paintings, sculp- 
ture and precious stones 

MATTER OF CHOICE. AmDental 1960 27min 
sd color $100. rent $3.50 
jh-sh-c-ad 
Designed to inform young adults about 
the importance of the health of their mouths. 
Jim and Marilou learn about their dental 
future when they visit the dentist for a col- 
lege entrance dental checkup. A discussion of 
deciduous and permanent teeth, dental disease 
versus lifetime teeth and cleaning versus 
brushing is related to the interest of Jim and 
Marilou. The choice for the future is made 
now 

MEALS FOR EVERYONE 

In HOMEMAKER'S NOTEBOOK (4 films) 

THE MEASURE OF SUCCESS. Methodist 1961 

33min sd b&w $135. rent $8 
Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Explores three major areas of activity 
in national missions — the work among Spanish- 
speaking Americans in Texas, the larger- 
parish ministry in Boston's inner city, and 
church extension in suburban Los Angeles 
LC card Fi A 61-831 

MEASURING TECHNIQUES. Thorne 1961 
14min sd color (Biological techniques ser) 
$140, rent $8 

sh-c 

Correlated with the Biological Sciences 
Curriculum Study textbook "High school bi- 
ology" 

Illustrates techniques and principles of 
handling basic laboratory equipment for 
measuring lengths and volumes, and determin- 
ing concentrations, ranging from gross to 
microscopic. Demonstrates the ocular and stage 
micrometers, hemacytometer, and various 
types of volumetric glassware, including buret, 
pipet, flask, and graduated cylinder 

LC card Fi A 62-6 

MEAT ON THE MOVE. Sterl-MovUSA 196J 
28min sd color free -loan 
Jh-sh 

Produced by MPO Productions for Swiic 
& Co. 

Discusses various factors that contribute 
to the complex and unique business of moving 
meat from the farms and ranches to the con- 
sumer's table 

LC card Fi A 62-19 

MECHANICS OF MARCHING. ArcPub 1961 
lOmin sd (Precision drill technique ser) 
b&w $35, color $50 

sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by Continental Film Produc- 
tions 

Correlated with the book "Precision drill 
technique" by A, R. Casavant 

Shows the fundamentals of precision 
drill invaluable to marching bands, drill teams 
and drum corps. Describes and demonstrates 
the basic drill rudiments of mark time meas- 
ured steps and moving turns 

MEDIEVAL TIMES: ROLE OF THE CHURCH. 

Coronet 1961 13^min sd b&w $75, color 
$137.50 

sh Guide 
Uses costumed re-enactments to show 
the vast influences of the church on the peas- 
ants, nobility, scholars, and clergy of the 
Middle Ages, and the role of the church in 
shaping European history then and in the 
centuries to come. Includes views of churches 
and cathedrals of Europe and of medieval art 
LC card Fi A 61-306 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4611 

MEDITERRANEAN HOLIDAY. Sterl-MovUSA 
1961 27%min sd color $140, free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Paul Alley for American 
Export Lines 

Follows an American Export Lines cruise 
ship to various Ports of call: Casablanca, 
Majorca, Palermo, Naples, Italian and French 
Riviera and Madeira 



37 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



THE MEDITERRANEAN WORLD. EBF 1961 
22min sd b&w $120. rent $5.50; color $240. 
rent $8 

Jh-sh Guide 
Shows the signiflcance of the Mediter- 
ranean reffion in the development of Western 
civilization. Illustrates the distinctive features 
and achievements of early civilizations and 
shows contemporary life in the Arab countries 
and in Greece and Italy. Points out the impor- 
tance of the region as a center of world tension 
today 

LC card Fi A 62-855 

MEN AGAINST THE ICE. CanNFB 1961 
25min sd b&w $110. rent $7 
Jh-sh-ad 

French version available 

Describes the explorations of such men 
as Davis, Barents, Hudson, and Baffin, and 
their attempts to find a northern route to 
Asia. Discusses the resources of the Arctic 
archipelago and possibilities of industrial de- 
velopment of the high Arctic. Describes the 
atomic -powered submarine as the answer to 
the problem of Arctic transport to and from 
the area's rich oil resources 

LC card Fi A 61-408 

MEN OF BRAZIL. Assn 1962 70min sd color 
rent apply 

sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Moral Re-Armament 

Shows how dockers from Rio de Janeiro 

overcame corruption and Communist infiltration 

on the Brazilian waterfront, paving the way 

for free union elections 

MERDEKA FOR MALAYA. MalayaEmb 1957 
40min sd b&w free- loan 
Jh-sh-ad 
Shows the Merdeka (Independence) Cele- 
brations in the Federal Capital. Highlights 
are the handing over of Constitutional In- 
strument by H.R.H. the Duke of Gloucester, 
Proclamation of Independence by Y.T.M. 
Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra, Prime Minister 
of the Federation of Malaya, at the Merdeka 
Stadium, the Installation of the First Para- 
mount Ruler at a glittering ceremony, and 
the opening of the Federal Legislature by 
His Majesty the King. Records the various of- 
ficial functions in the week-long celebrations, 
attended by foreign representatives and digni- 
taries 

LE MERLE. IntFlmBur 1959 5min sd color 
$60, rent $3 

sh-c 
French narration 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

An old French-Canadian nonsense song. 
Simple white cut-outs on pastel backgrounds 

Erovide lively illustrations as the song relates 
ow a blackbird loses parts of his body one 
by one and then regains them two- and three- 
fold. 

'^^??'^"9°-'i°^ND, NatTB 1961 24min sd 
b&w free -loan 

sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by Henry Strauss Productions 
Portrays the struggle of a doctor to in- 
form her community regarding the need to con- 
flHf^ tuberculosis. Explains that each of the 
influential people whom she attempts to con- 
vince endeavors to pass the responsibility to 
some other individual or group 
LC card Fi A 62-164 

METALLURGICAL BACKGROUND 

sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Ames Laboratory of the 
Atomic Energy Commission 

Shows highlights in the operations of thP 
n^-?P^^Q?oT^*''r^' ^- "^-^J^^ instillation of tht 
fiin=f%^fw*^^l Atomic Energy Commission, by 
lHo^ J^r£l^ *?® ^^^Pf ^" the development of 
the process for production of yttrium mptal 
and develops an insight into the fSlTtieT and 



the pioneering tradition of this laboratory in 
the investigation of the "rare earths." Shows 
how basic research, development and produc- 
tion go along together. Shows steps in metal 
processing: separation of yttrium from rare 
earths, conversion to fluoride, reduction, and 
arc melting. Special emphasis is given to 
purity, and the need for careful analytical con- 
trol 

METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IN TEACHING 
MUSIC, SERIES 1 (5 films). lowaU 1961 
sd b&w ea $75 

c-ad 

Titles are: 
Lesson 1. SCALE SONG, MUSIC STAFF, 
XYLOPHONE. SOmin rent $4.50. Pre- 
sents music reading readiness activities 
for children. Familiarizes the students 
with the staiff liner, the music staff, the 
lines and spaces, and the G clef. Teaches 
the F major scale song by the whole and 
part methods 
LC card Fi A 62-749 

Lesson 2. SCALE SONG, FELT BOARD, XYLO- 
PHONE. 24min rent $3, Introduces the 
feltboard, placing the notes on it to com- 
plete the F major scale. Students sing 
the scale song, and helpers play the notes 
on the xylophone, place the proper syl- 
lables under the notes on the feltboard, 
and replace the notes of the feltboard 
LC card Fi A 62-750 

Lesson 3. SCALE SONG, MAGNETIC STAFF, 
MELODE BELLS. 23min rent $3. Intro- 
duces the magnetic staff and a set of 
Sw^iss melody bells, demonstrating the 
scale using the bells. Eight students play 
the scale song on the bells, while the 
class sings 
LC card Fi A 62-751 

Lesson 4. SCALE SONG. KEYBOARD. AUTO- 
HARP. 24min rent $3. Introduces a small 
plastic keyboard, discussing the arrange- 
ment and groupings of the notes. Uses an 
oilcloth keyboard to point out notes as 
the class sings the scale song. Places 
the large keyboard on the floor while the 
students step off the notes 
LC card Fi A 62-752 

Lesson 5. SCALE SONG, PERCUSSION. PEN- 
CIL 24min rent $3. Reviews lessons 1-4. 
Students play the scale song on selected 
percussion Instruments and then write out 
the scale song on prepared staff paper 
LC card Fi A 62-753 

MEXICO: THE LAND AND THE PEOPLE. 

EBP rev 1961 20min sd b&w $120, rent 
$5.50; color $240. rent $8 

el-Jh-sh-ad Guide 
Revision of 1939 film "People of Mexico" 

^io«^ -^^^^^^^^i *^®. changes that are taking 
place in Mexico, including the growth of a 
middle class society which is developing as a 
result of education and industrial progress In- 
cludes views which show Mexico as an old 
country with new ideas, striving to provide a 
better life for its people, pointing out the In- 
wi^hir,'"'"^?^ ^"^- Ppmitive open-air mS?kets 
withm a few minutes' drive of a city with 
beautiful parks, fine theatres, and office build - 

LC card Fi A 61-896 

MICHAEL A MONGOLOID CHILD. NYU 1962 
14min sd b&w $100, rent $6 
c-ad 

don, Inililf^ ^^ ^""^"^ ^^^^ Institute, Lon- 

o\^Ur^ mr?^l^®^ ^" intimate study of a mongoloid 
child living on a farm in rural England He 
eads an ordinary family life and, although hi 
flftPen"Vp^r."?.?^^ l^""**^^ ^^^ than the nSFmal 
PlWf'&P'^rh ^c1>m"iS?S?rrvX'%?s"^Kr6the^r 
iSrv^^fa%^Te ^^ ^^^ «"^^ '-'- tJfelrX^m^ 
LC card Fi A 62-940 

'^"^snlii.^';^'^'?'^*^^^"'^- MichConGas 1961 
28min sd color free-loan 

Ih-sh-c-ad 

Shows Michigan from first fur-traders 
early mining and lumbering, through Michigan^<i 
contribution, to World wkr II. climaxed bv 
plans for Michigan's future ^"maxea Dy 



38 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



A MISSION OF PRIME IMPORTANCE. Cop- 
ley 1960 13min sd color $110. free-loan 
sh-ad 
Describes the mission of Howard B Tay- 
lor, editorial- training director of the Copley 
newspapers, who went to San Salvador to help 
change the format of the newspaper La Prensa 
Grdflea 

DC card Fi A 62-903 

MISSOURI— A LIVING PORTRAIT. Missouri 
Com 1961 26min sd color free-loan 
el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by The Calvin Co. 
Shows the cultural, historical and rec- 
reational attributes of the State of Missouri 

MR EUROPE AND THE COMMON MARKET. 
Carousel 1962 51mln sd b&w $250 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by CBS News 

Examines one of the great revolutions 
of history, the establishment of a union of 
European countries — France. Italy. West Ger- 
many. Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxem- 
bourg — in The Common Market. Explores the 
economic relationship between a United States 
of Europe and the United States of America. 
Depicts the past two centuries of European 
history and shows how ancient boundaries em- 
phasized the differences between the coun- 
tries of Western Europe, hindered their eco- 
nomic growth, and added frustration, red tape 
and higher duties. Points out that such duties 
would be eliminated in a United States of 
Europe 

MISTER TOMPKINS INSIDE HIMSELF. 

WestCine 1962 45min sd color (Mr Tompkins 
ser) $360. rent $40 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Correlated with the book "Mr Tompkins 
learns the facts of life" by George Gamow 

Permits the viewer to accompany the 
hero on a journey through his own circulatory 
system with the capable Dr Streets as a guide. 
The round trip covers the nature of blood cells, 
the functions of antibodies, the development 
of skeletal muscle tissue, as well as inside 
views of the heart and lungs 
LC card Fi A 62-891 

MRS ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON. Post 
1962 27min sd b&w (Readers Digest ser) 
$125. rent $8 

Jh- sh-ad 
Produced by Radio Artists Corp. 
Shows an episode in the life of the 
famed Scottish author. Robert Louis Steven- 
son and his devoted wife. Deals with the 
dramatic period in their lives which they spent 
searching for a sallubrious climate to help the 
ailing writer win back his health 

MITOSIS. EBF 1961 23min sd (Biology ser) 

b&w $130, rent $6; color $260, rent $8.75 

sh-c Guide 

Photomicography shows the process of 

mitosis, or cell division, actually taking place 

m a living cell. The individual chromosomes 

are clearly visible. Demonstrates the effects 

of chemicals and radiation on dividing cells 

MODERN BASIC REFRACTORIES. Kaiser 
Refract 1958 28min sd color purchase apply, 
free-loan 

c-ad 
Produced by Parthenon Pictures 
, Shows the production and applications of 
basic refractories as used by the steel, cop- 
per, cement and glass industries 

■'■^^1..,'il9PERN CHEMIST— DIAMOND SYN- 
$130 Sutherland 1962 12min sd color 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

, Dramatizes the excitement of chemical 
inquiry by showing how Dr H. Tracy Hall 
discovered diamond synthesis. Emphasizes the 
modern chemists' reliance on discoveries from 
the past; points out the chemist's creative 
thinking and experimental method; and ex- 
^^iV^ ^^® nature of chemistry, its place in the 
world of science, and how chemical knowledge 
is contributing to the welfare of man 
LC card Fi A 62-717 



MODERN DANCE TECHNIQUE IN SEQUEN- 
TIAL FORM. Bailey 1962 12min sd color 
$130. rent $6 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by Hildegard L. Spreen and 
Margaretta B, Fristoe 

Showa basic expressive dance movements, 
showing how they are related and how they 
lend themselves to numerous variations. 
Stresses that technique is developed from na- 
tural body movements, such as walking, run- 
ning, skipping, leaping, turning, hopping, and 
falling 

MODERN MACHINES FOR MODERN HERDS. 

NewHoUMach 1960 8min sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows how to build and maintain soil 
fertility through a sound manuring program 

MODERN MOSQUITO CONTROL. ModernTP 
1962 26min sd color $180. free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Tiesler Productions for 
American Cyanamid Co. 

Shows the control of adult mosquitoes, 
mosquito larvae, and breeding sites, by land 
fill, drainage, water impoundment; test work 
in field and laboratory; application methods, 
airboats. airplanes and truck-mounted equip- 
ment; close-up photography of mosquito emerg- 
ing from pupal case; control in populated areas: 
overcoming the hazards of insecticide applica- 
tion 

MODERN TECHNIQUES IN LANGUAGE 
TEACHING 
In PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF 
TEACHING A SECOND LANGUAGE 
(5 films) 

MOMENT OF DECISION. Davis.Sid 1962 
lOmin sd b&w $60. color $120 
sh-c-ad Guide 
Story of four boys who are faced with a 
decision of whether or not to steal a car 

MOMENT TO ACT. B&FComm 1962 28i^min 
sd b&w rent $8 

sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by Roger Tilton Films 
Correlated with the book "Who cares" by 
Jannette Harrington and Muriel Wells 

Shows that in every community are per- 
sons with special needs — alcoholics, retarded 
children, individuals returning from confine- 
ment in mental institutions, prisons, and the 
like, and many others. Attempts to motivate 
concern, to encourage sensitivity toward those 
with such needs, to awaken community institu- 
tions, such as the church, to accept increased 
responsibility for such individuals 

MONTREAL. Quebec 1959 20min sd b&w or 
color free -loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
French version available 
Discusses the origin of Montreal and 
shows Its various aspects: industrial, intel- 
lectual, its planning and finally its amuse- 
ments. Its parks, theatres, restaurants and 
night clubs 

MOROCCO. AirFrance 1959 20min sd color free- 
loan 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Jack Sarger 
Blends together the modern and tradi- 
tional ^from the^ beautiful Casablanca to the 
ancient cities of Marrakech and Rabat. Con- 
trasts the souks and camps of the Nomad with 
water-skiing and yachting in Tangiers 

'^°^*^J^f- AmHandicrafta 1958 17min sd color 
$83, free-loan 

sh-ad 
•x^ Shows the basic principles of working 
with mosaic tile, and illustrates and explain! 
the Mos-Aid technique 

LC card Fi A 61-998 

THE MOSQUITO AND ITS CONTROL. Coronet 

1962 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 ^°^°^^^ 

Jh-sh Guide 

ni„c,+>.?i^^^^.®*®^ ^^^ ^mosquito's anatomy, and 

'4l"™^^!f^ ^^® breeding and feeding liabits. 

§?F^f., ^i?^A ^" understanding of the life cycle 

J^^^^o^?,^?-^^^^ man. to combat and control such 

inafSia °''"® diseases as yellow fever and 

LC card Fi A 62-35 



39 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



MOTION AND TIME. Sterling 1962 llmin sd 
b«S:W $60. color $120 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Discusses concepts of light and motion 
from earliest times to the present 

MOUNTAIN FARM. IntFlmBur 1960 32min sd 
color $285, rent $15 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Dartmouth College Films 
Paul Sample demonstrates and discusses 
his approach to painting. He makes pencil 
sketches during a visit to a farm and m his 
studio he consolidates these into a charcoal 
composition. Discussing and evaluating the 
work as it matures before him, Sample is 
satisfied with a composition and transfers it 
onto canvas 

MOVEMENT EDUCATION IN .PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION. lowaU 1961 17mm sd b&w 
$50, rent $3 

c-ad 

Shows that movement is the language .of 

action and that skills for everyday activities 

can be more effective, efficient and expressive 

if good movement patterns have been developed 

MUSCLE INJURIES— THEIR PREVENTION 
AND CARE. Assn 1961 22min sd color free- 
loan 

sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by the Bike Web Division of 
the Kendall Co. ^. ^ ^ * v. 

Depicts the precautions and steps to be 
taken in the treating of ankle injuries. ^This 
includes the taping, preliminary care of the 
sprain or strain and treating this type of in- 
jury 

MUSEUM IN ACTION. VirginiaMus 1961 27min 
sd color rent $10 

p-el-jh-c-ad 
Produced by Richard deRochemont 
Shows a full year of statewide activities 
of the Virginia Museum of Pine Arts, America's 
first State Museum of Art 

LC card Fi A 62-648 ^ _^^ 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4612 

MUSEUM MAN. Sleeping 1962 19min sd color 
$175 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Story of the making of habitat groups in 
the natural history museums of the world. 
Shows diorama preparation from specimen col- 
lection through taxidermy, foreground construc- 
tion and painting to the finished diorama 

MUSIC IN THE SCHOOLS. Contem 1958 24min 
sd b&w $100, rent $7 
ad 
Produced by Svensk Filmindustri for 
UNESCO 

Illustrates the teaching of music in Swed- 
ish schools 

MUSICAL PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT 
FOR THE SNARE DRUM. WisU 1960 22min 
sd b&w $80, rent $2.75 

jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Demonstrates major techniques for per- 
forming on the snare drum. Shows the student 
who has learned the rudiments of the snare 
drum how to analyze and correct his errors 
and improve his performance 
LC card B^i A 61-338 

THE MUSICWRITER. Thorne 1962 lOmin sd 
color $100. rent $5 

Jh-sh-c Guide 

Produced by Thorne Films in cooperation 
w^ith College of Music, University of Colorado 
and Music Print Corp. 

Shows the Musicwriter machine and how 
It works. Similar to a modem typewriter, the 
Musicwriter accelerates the preparation of 
music scores for publication or for use by 
musicians, students, teachers, arrangers. Shows 
how complex patterns of music symbols may 
be typed in limitless combinations 

MY FIRST BULLFIGHT. Post 1962 27min sd 
b&w (Readers Digest ser) $125, rent $8 
el-Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by Radio Artists Corp. 
Dramatizes the exciting story behind Sid- 
ney Franklin's initial step on the road to fame. 
Shows his arrival in Mexico where he opened 



a business and pictures his first contact with 
bullfighting while producing ad posters. Tells 
how he acquired interest in bullfighting and 
how he mastered the art 

MY WILL BE DONE. Broadman 1961 30min sd 
color $210. rent $10.50 
ad 
A dramatization about a person who has 
experienced little spiritual growth is used to 
point out that a church member should not 
place his will above the will of his fellow 
members 

LC card Fi A 61-916 

MYSTERIES OF THE DEEP. Disney 1961 
24min sd color $250. rent $10 
jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Explores the depths of the ocean to show 
some of the many interesting creatures to be 
found there, showing some of them as they 
mate, as they are born, and as they develop 
into adults. Discusses how the laws of nature 
are fulfilled as the creatures of the sea battle 
for survival 

LC card Fi A 62-446 

MYTH, SUPERSTITION AND SCIENCE. Int 
FlmBur 1960 13min sd color $135. rent $6 
p-el-Jh-sh 
Produced by Visual Education Films 
Provides an introduction to the scientific 
method by the story of a superstitious grammar 
school student and her more scientific brother. 
Shows by their tour of a weather bureau to 
see how meteorologists forecast weather the 
fallacy of superstitious thinking as contrasted 
with the sound, systematic reasoning of the 
scientist 



A NATIONAL CULTURAL CENTER. NET 

1959 29min sd b&w (Platform ser) rent $4.75 
c-ad 
Produced by Potomac Films. Kinescope 
Frank Lloyd Wright presents his convic- 
tions on a national cultural center for Washing- 
ton, D.C. He answers questions concerning the 
proposed site, traflfic problems, and type of 
building he would propose. Includes comments 
on contemporary art and architecture 
LC card Fi A 61-551 

NATIONALISM AND COLONIALISM (16 films). 
NET 1959 ea 29min sd b&w rent ea $4.75 
sh-c-ad 
Produced by META. Kinescopes 
Titles are: 

1. THE AMERICAN DILEMMA. Discusses 

the dilemma in American foreign policy 
with respect to nationalism and colonial- 
ism, and traces the alternation of Amer- 
ican policy between the two. Presents 
the problem of choosing sides in the 
cold war, and explains that the struggle 
between nationalism and colonialism is 
a second cold war in contrast to the 
East-West struggle 
LC card Fi A 61-520 

2. WHAT IS A NATION? Discusses the rise 

of nation states and their characteristics, 
and outlines the attributes common to all 
nation states 
LC card Fi A 61-521 

3. THE RISE OF NATIONALISM. Traces the 

development of nationalism from the 
Golden Age of Greece to the present. Dis- 
cusses the city states of Athens and 
Sparta; the Roman period; the Christian 
era with its decline in nationalism; the 
Renaissance, and the French Revolution. 
Points out the effect of World War I 
and the League of Nations in the fight 
between liberal nationalism and total- 
itarianism 
LC card Fi A 61-522 

4. CASE STUDY IN TOTALITARIAN NA- 

TIONALISM. Presents a case history 
of Nazi Germany as an example of to- 
talitarian nationalism. Explains how 
liberal nationalism can become totali- 
tarian nationalism 
LC card Fi A 61-523 

5. NATIONALISM: EXPANSION AND EM- 

PIRE BUILDING. Traces the history of 
imperialism from the 15th century to the 
present. Explains the reasons which lead 
to empire building by nation states 
LC card Fi A 61-524 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



6. THE ECONOMICS OF EMPIRE. Discusses 

the economics of imperialism from pure 
exploitation to the modern concept of aid 
and development. Explains Lenin's thesis 
of imperialism, its present-day validity, 
and why this doctrine appeals to the 
countries of Africa. Asia, and the Middle 
East 
LC card Fi A 61-525 

7. THE COLONIAL MIND— L Discusses 

present-day atttiudes toward colonialism 
and explains how they differ from the co- 
lonial ideal of the past 
LC card Fi A 61-526 

8. THE COLONIAL MIND— IL Presents inter- 

views with French and Belffian colonial 
officials to point out their changing role 
in the world today. Concludes that the 
modern colonial official wants to set men 
free, eliminate the color bar, and serve 
as a civil servant 
LC card Fi A 61-527 

9. TECHNIQUES OF COLONIALISM: BRIT- 

AIN AND FRANCE. Presents a his- 
torical survey of colonialism as practiced 
by Britain and France, and discusses the 
methods of rule and the phases of coloni- 
zation of each 
LC card Fi A 61-528 

10. TECHNIQUES OF COLONIALISM: THE 

AMERICAN EXPERIENCE. Reviews the 
activities of the United States in the area 
of colonialism. Discusses the colonies of 
the United States, both past and present, 
and outlines the course of action taken 
in helping- the various territories in 
achieving self-government 
LC card Fi A 61-529 

11. THE NEW NATIONALISM. Discusses the 

rise of new nations and new unified 
supra- states. Explains the main unifying 
factors common to the new nationalistic 
states including past colonial heritage, 
neutralism, quest for racial equality, re- 
ligion, socialistic economy and westerni- 
zation 
LC card Fi A 61-530 

12. CASE STUDIES IN THE NEW NATION- 

ALISM: THE ARAB WORLD. Discusses 
the history of Arab nationalistic competi- 
tion, and republican versus monarchical 
nationalism 
LC card Fi A 61-531 

13. CASE STUDIES IN THE NEW NATION- 

ALISM: ASIA. Surveys the rise of na- 
tionalism in China and India, and explains 
the role of Western influence in their 
struggles. Discusses the reactions of 
China and India to the impact of the 
West and the divergent roads traveled to 
nationalism 
LC card Fi A 61-532 

14. THE NEW COLONIALISM: THE SOVIET 

UNION. Analyzes the continuity of Im- 

Eerialism from Czarist Russia to the 
.S.S.R. of today. Discusses Soviet 
techniques of empire building 
LC card Fi A 61-533 

15. FREE WORLD MILITARY STRATEGY. 

Discusses the military strategy of the free 

world in an effort to combat imperialism. 

Reviews briefly the various world treaty 

organizations 

LC card Fi A 61-534 

16. NATIONALISM, COLONIALISM AND THE 

WORLD COMMUNITY. Evaluates na- 
tionalism and colonialism in terms of the 
basic problems now facing the world 
community. Reviews past efforts by 
world organizations to bring about inter- 
national supervision of world affairs 

NATIONALISM, COLONIALISM AND THE 
WORLD COMMUNITY 
In NATIONALISM AND COLONIALISM 
(16 films) 

NATIONALISM: EXPANSION AND EMPIRE 
BUILDING 
In NATIONALISM AND COLONIALISM 
(16 films) 

THE NATURE OF LANGUAGE AND HOW IT 
IS LEARNED 
In PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF 
TEACHING A SECOND LANGUAGE 
(5 films) 



NATURE'S WAY: THE INLAND POND. 

Wilmar 1961 13%mln sd b&w $70. rent $4; 
color $140, rent $6 

el-Jh-sh Guide 
Depicts interrelationships between living 
thmgs of an inland pond. Pictures animals 
ranging in size from microscopic to large, in- 
teracting in their natural environments 
LC card Fi A 61-328 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4507 

THE NEIGHBORING SHORE. Brandon 1961 
15min sd color $175, rent $12.50 
sh-c-ad 

Produced by Robert D. Graff, Sidney 
Meyers, Antonio Frasconi and Alvin Feinman 

Shows one American looking at his coun- 
try in the world today, set against a back- 
ground of selections from Walt Whitman and 
woodcuts by Antonio Frasconi 

LC card Fi A 60-956 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4613 

NEIGHBORS ON THE LAND. WyoGame&Fish 
1961 28i^min sd color $168.88, rent $6 
el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Thomas J. Barbre Produc- 
tions 

Points out the problems that exist be- 
tween sportsmen and landowners, explains why 
these problems exist, and outlines a course of 
action that can be taken by both to resolve 
the problems 

LC card Fi A 62-724 

NEOPRENE GASKETS FOR CURTAIN WALL 
CONSTRUCTION. DuPont 1960 18min sd 
b&w free- loan 

ad 

Produced by Pennsylvania Film Produc- 
tions 

Describes neoprene synthetic rubber 
fraskets and step- by- step procedures of glaz- 
ing three important curtain wall buildings 

NEUROSPORA TECHNIQUES. Thorne 1961 
8min sd color (Biological techniques ser) 
$80. rent $5 

sh-c 

Correlated with the Biological Sciences 
Curriculum Study textbook "High school biol- 
ogy" 

Presents methods used in culturing and 
handling of neurospora (pink bread mold) for 
use in demonstrating genetic principles. Cross- 
ing of albino and arginine- deficient types with 
normal is shown, and the development of the 
resulting ascospores demonstrates the principle 
of genetic segregation 

LC card Fi A 62-928 

THE NEW AMERICAN. Assn 1962 58min sd 
b&w rent apply 

Jh-sh-ad 
Sponsored by Moral Re- Armament. Kine- 
cope 

Shows a group of carefree teenagers who 
discover a sense of responsibility and purpose 
when one of their members is killed in an 
automobile accident 

THE NEW COLONIALISM: THE SOVIET 
UNION 
In NATIONALISM AND COLONIALISM 
(16 films) 

NEW DAY IN DIXIE. USSteel-Tenn 1960 
28i/^min sd color free -loan 
sh-c-ad 

Distribution limited to Ala., Ark.. Pla.. 
Ga.. La.. Miss.. N.C.. Okla., S.C.. Tenn. and 
Tex. 

Produced by Calvin Co. 

Story of the growth of the Tennessee 
Coal and Iron Division from its early beginnings 
as a small faltering coal mining company to 
its present position as the largest private 
enterprise in Alabama and the largest steel 
manufacturer in the South 

THE NEW DECADE. Clairol 1960 27r/^min sd 
color free -loan 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by MKH Films 
Views of a hair fashion show held at the 
Hotel Astor in New York in March 1960. show- 
ing some of America's leading hair-stylists 

creating hair fashions 

LC card Fi A 61-822 



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EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



NEW DESIGNS FOR AN^ OLD CRAFT. 

Quebec 1960 14i/4min sd b&w or color free- 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

French version available ^ , , , 

Shows the work of some of the graduates 

of the Institute of the Applied Arts of the 

Province of Quebec. Interior arrangements make 

up the most of the work of these artisans 

NEW DIMENSIONS IN LANGUAGE TEACH- 
ING. Electronic 1961 13mm sd color $125. 
free- loan. 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Discusses the principles of the electronic 
langnage laboratory for teaching foreign lan- 
guages, including the audio- Imgual approach, 
Shows college students studying in an actual 
language laboratory 

L.C card Fi A 62-250 

NEW HORIZONS IN HIGHER^ EDUCATION. 

ArizU 1962 26min sd color $160. rent apply 
sh-c 
Celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 
Land- Grant Act and shows the University of 
Arizona as a Land- Grant institution, with its 
programs in extension, instruction and re- 
search. Includes work being done in such fields 
as archaeology, atmospheric physics, dendro- 
chronology, wild-life, life sciences, agriculture 
and engineering 

A NEW KIND OF STUDENT. JointDistr 1962 
40min sd bi&w free- loan 
c-ad 
Story of the Paul Baerwald School of 
Social Work of the Hebrew University of Jeru- 
salem. Provides insight into the problems of 
a new country, a country forced to postpone 
solutions to urgent human needs because of 
other, even more critical, problems — the ab- 
sorption of immigrants, building its economy, 
the need for irrigation, the need to guard its 
borders 

A NEW LOOK AT RANGE MANAGEMENT. 

USSteel 1962 27min sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad Guide 

Available only from Chicago. San Fran- 
cisco and Birmingham offices . ^ , . . ^ , 

Distribution limited to Ariz.. Calif.. Colo., 
Idaho. Mont.. Nev.. N.M.. Ore.. Utah. Wash., 
Wyo.. Nebr.. N. Dak.. Tex. and Okla. 

Produced by Evans & Associates 

Shows how today's rancher with the 
proven benefits of practices made possible by 
modern and new applications of fencing, fertil- 
izers, and spraying equipment in his range 
management program can increase the land's 
carrying capacity, reduce labor and costs, and 
boost income 

NEW LOOK IN POTATOES. UnionPacif 1962 
26miu sd color free-loan 
sh.cad 
Replaces the 1944 film "Potatoes unlim- 
ited" 

Tells tlie story of potato production; 
methods of sorting, grading, and packaging; 
and new developments in processing. Covers 
many of the methods by which frozen, de- 
hydrated, and dehydrated-frozen potatoes are 
produced in sanitary, up-to-date plants. Shows 
how fresh and processed potatoes are shipped 
by refrigerated rail transportation and how at- 
tractive packaging and market displays in- 
crease an appeal for a high quality product 

THE NEW NATIONALISM 

In NATIONALISM AND COLONIALISM 
(16 films) 

A NEW WAY OF LIFE. Copley 1961 21min sd 
color $175, free-loan 

Jh.sh-ad 

Shows every aspect of community life in 
Borrego Springs, San Diego County's desert 
playground in California. Tells of the tremen- 
dous potential and possibilities available in 
Borrego Springs 

THE NEW WORLD OF STAINLESS STEEL. 

RepubSteel 1960 16min sd color free-loan 
cad 
Produced by Wilding, Inc. 
Shows the versatility of stainless steel, 
describing its permanence, economy, beauty, 
availability, workability, corrosion resistance, 
strength, and sales appeal 
LC card Fi A 61-271 



NEW ZEALAND IN MINIATURE. NZealEmb 
1961 25min sd color free-loan 
Jh. sh-c. ad 

A bird's eye-view of the cities, forests, 
orchards, etc. of New Zealand ending with a 
Maori choir singing in the celebrated limestone 
caves of Waitomo 

THE NEW ZEALANDERS. NZealEmb 1961 
22min sd color free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
IntroduC'^s New Zealand to overseas audi- 
ences, showing its people, scenery, industries, 
communications, sports and social services 

THE NEXT VOICE YOU HEAR. Electronic 
1961 13min sd color $125, free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows the use of a special -design tape 
recorder and pre-recorded speech articulation 
exercises as a clinical aid to speech teachers 
and pathologists 

LC card Fi A 62-251 

NIGERIA: NEW NATION. Contem 1962 28min 
sd b&w $100, rent $7 
Jh.ad 
Interviews combine with photography to 
show and tell how the modern world has taken 
root in Nigeria side by side with the traditions 
of an older Africa 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4391 

NIGHT AND FOG. Contem 1962 Slmin sd $250, 
rent $30 

sh-ad 
Color with b&w 
Produced by Argos Films 
Documentary which contrasts the present 
abandoned concentration camps with their past 
purposes 

NIGHT IN A PET SHOP. Contem 1959 14min 
sd b&w $105, rent $10.50 
p-el-ad 
After hours life in a pet store in down- 
town Manhattan, with an inquisitive oranga- 
tang exploring the man-made paraphernalia, 
and with cats, dogs, birds, leopards, chimpan- 
zees and a sleepy-eyed sloth joining in the 
pandemonium 

NIGHT JOURNEY. Rembrandt 1961 29min sd 
b&w $175, rent $17.50 
ad 
Produced by Nathan Kroll 
A presentation of Martha Graham's inter- 
pretation in dance of the Oedipus legend, de- 
picting the moment of Jocasta's death 
LC card Fi A 61-272 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4685 

^ "^'qIi^T.^^"^ ^'"r,H "^R TOAD. Middleham 
1961 llmin sd color $110, rent $5 

P-el-jh-ad Guide 

Presents close-up studies of commonly 
known non-poisonous night creatures as seen 
through the eyes of Mr Toad. Shows the 
£r,^^H\: ^^® .cockroach, the pill bug, the sow 
SJif' .t^e snail, the millepede, the katydid, the 
Zf^tZ^^' T^®, ^°^^' *h® mouse, and the tomato 
?^°^P- Includes scenes of the sunset, of twi- 
rifn^r; °oi' ^fi^^^l olosing, of the rising of the 
moon, of the formation of dew, and of the 
growth of mushrooms 

LC card Fi A 61-922 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4614 

Jh-sh-ad 

/loc-o..,-?^"^^"®*!^^^^ ^^e Army's newest weapon 

1958 ALL-STAR— DETROIT LIONS FOOT- 

free'll-oaS'"^^- '''^''^"^ ^'^« ^^m^" «^ ^^^ 
jh-sh-c-ad 

T,oif +-^^"^^ highlights of the game and the 
half-time ceremonies in the annual All- Star 
fff"-® 'J\ T^^^^ th® All-Stars defeat the pro- 
fessionals by a score of 35 to 19 ^ 
LC card Fi A 60-222 



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1959 ALL-STAR— BALTIMORE COLTS FOOT- 
BALL GAME. ChiTrib 1959 40min sd b&w 
free- loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows highlights of the game and scenes 
of half-time ceremonies in the annual All- Star 
game in which professionals defeat the 1959 
All- Stars 29 to „ „„^ 

LC card Fi A 60-221 

1960 ALL-STAR— BALTIMORE COLTS FOOT- 
BALL GAME. ChiTrib 1960 40mm sd b&w 
free-loan .. ^ 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows highlights of the game and the 
half-time ceremonies in the annual All- Star 
game in which the Baltimore Colts defeat the 
1960 college All- Stars by a score of 32-7 

LC card Fi A 60-3504 

1960 INTERCOLLEGIATE BOWLING CHAM- 
PIONSHIPS. lowaU 1960 20min sd b&w $60, 
rent $2.50 

sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Iowa Memorial Union 
Shows activities of the collegiate bowlera 
in the 1960 American Bowling Congress Tourna- 
ment held March 26-29, 1960, at Toledo, Ohio. 
Points out that the tournament was sponsored 
by the Association of College Unions and that 
the collegiate finalists consisted of the two top 
scorers from each region of the ten-region Col- 
lege Union Association structure, as deter- 
mined in preliminary regional contests 
LC card Fi A 60-3417 

NINETEEN TREES. Anti-Def 1960 13%min sd 
color $125, rent apply 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Harry Cooper 
Shows how the simple act of planting 
trees in one crowded city street started a whole 
process of intergroup understanding and co- 
operation 

NINTH INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 
AND CANADA CUP MATCHES. NatEd 
Flms 1961 14min sd color $250, rent $20 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by International Golf Assn. 
Shows in action the top professional 
golfers from 33 countries who compete for team 
honors and individual awards each year in a 
different country. Includes views of the win- 
ning United States team, and of the individual 
winner, Sam Snead 

LC card Fi A 62-171 

NITRIC ACID. Sutherland 1962 16min sd color 
(CHEM study ser) $165 

sh-c-ad Guide 

Illustrates some basic chemical principles 
as they are applied in nitric acid chemistry: 
acid-base theory; oxidation-reduction; rate and 
equilibrium, E° and activation energy. In- 
troduces students to the chemistry of nitric 
acid. Suggests how the structure of the nitric 
acid molecule is related to its behavior and 
uses. Shows that complex chemical systems can 
be interpreted through knowledge of fundamen- 
tal principles 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4795 

NO MAN IS AN ISLAND. Carousel 1961 29min 
sd b&w (Look up and live ser) $135 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by CBS News 

Tells how two friends, one white, one 
Negro, find their friendship tested by the fears 
and prejudices of a community. In the process, 
they come to ask each other key questions 
about their ability to cope with the prejudice 
about them. Shows searching understanding 
of race relations and is a challenge to the con- 
science of anyone who professes a religious 
faith 

NOROUZ. Franciscan 1961 20min sd color $195, 
rent $15 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by Pennebaker and Latour 
Shows Norouz. the most important of 
Iranian festivals, portraying rites of the miracle 
of the renewal or spring. Explains the signifi- 
cance of each ritual of the two weeks festival, 
from the preparation of special foods, the fire 
jumping of "Schaharshanne Suri," the songs 
and dances to the growing of "sabse" 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4575 



NORTH INDIAN VILLAGE. IntFlmBur 1959 
32min sd color $250, rent $15 
c-ad 
Produced by Cornell University 
A study of the village of Khalapur be- 
tween 1953 and 1955, produced by a Cornell 
University India program, with a Ford Founda- 
tion grant for filming and research. Shows that 
the village of Khalapur, not a completely static 
community because it has always shared the 
vicissitudes of a larger region and civilization, 
nevertheless has many features which have 
changed little over the centuries. Explores the 
relationships between men and women, the 
hereditary occupations of castes, and forms of 
worship and ceremony 

NORTH ISLAND HILL COUNTRY FARM. 

NZealEmb 1961 20min sd color free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

On a North Island hill country farm in 

New Zealand, the year opens with the birth of 

spring lambs, through shearing to season's 

end in fall 

NORTHERN ELEPHANT SEAL. CalifU 1961 

16min sd color $150, rent $8 
el-Jh-sh-c 

. Studies the reproductive and social be- 
havior of the northwestern elephant seal 

NORTHERN ITALY. AlrFrance 1957 20min sd 
color free- loan 

sh-c-ad 
French version available 
Produced by Roger Cadet 
Shows the beauties and art treasures of 
Italy while travelling from Milan to Lake Como, 
Pisa, and Florence 

NORTHERN UTAH— FOUR-SEASON VACA- 
TION LAND. Utah 1961 28min sd color pur- 
chase apply, free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

. Produced by David W. Evans & As- 
sociates I 

Shows many natural and man-made at- 
tractions in that part of Utah situated west and 
north of Salt Lake Valley, featuring activities 
during all four seasons and portraying varied 
cultural events 

LC card Fi A 62-390 

NORTHWEST EMPIRE. UnionPacif rev 1958 
30min sd color free -loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Revision of 1952 film 

^oi^^&ya life in the great Northwest, 
bhows the beauty spots of the area, describes 
industry in the Pacific Northwest, and pre- 
sents candid studies of wildlife in its natural 
habitat 

LC card Fi A 61-828 

"^^■^.■^'f fn'£^i-"'"-^UST DIFFERENT. Repub 

Steel 1960 55min sd color free-loan 
c-ad 

Produced by Wilding. Inc. 

Shows more than thirty methods of fabri- 
cating metals, beginning with the basic opera- 
tions. Explains, how these operations may dif- 
fer when working with stainless steel, cover- 
i?^ cutting, forming, joining, machining, and 
finishing, with variations of each 

LC card Fi A 61-982 

NOTHING TO DO. Journal 1961 lOmin sd 
b&w $55. color $110 

p-el Guide 
Produced by Reinald Werrenrath 
Attempts to help children find positive 
ways to fill their leisure time. Encourages 
them whether alone or with friends to make 
use of both inner and outer resources. Uses 
as examples handicrafts, nature study, activi- 
ties with the family and various city facili- 

"^^Vrif' PRONOUNS, ADJECTIVES. Bailey 
I9faj 8min sd color (Introduction to gram- 
mar ser) $85, rent $5 

el Guide 
Produced by Stuart Roe 
Defines the noun and the difference be- 
tween common and proper nouns; shows how 
l^tr 5^°"°}^'^ ^^^^s .^he P^ace of a noun, and 
how adjectives describe a noun 



43 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



THE NOVEL (4 films). EBP 1962^ 34min 
sd color (Humanities ser) set $2,880 
sh-c-ad Guide 

mSiS excerpts from many novels to U- 
lustrate important concepts 
LC card Fi A 62-872 
9 T^AT?T.T VICTORIAN ENGLAND _,AND 
^' PTTARLES DIC^NS. Clifton Fadiman 
§i?c^'^e? Vi?Sn Englan4-the c vil^a^ 
tion which Dickens reflected. attacKea, 
and transcended. Includes excerpts from 
Dickens' novels which show the starthng 
contrasts of his a^e 
LC card Fi A 62-873 
^ aREAT EXPECTATIONS— I. Clifton Fadi- 
^- ^^at^tf^es the "^^^i^ narrative threads 
•osrViip-h make UP Dickens novel, ixreat 
Scp?ctatTons Selected dramatic scenes 
establish the setting, characters, and 
Ihape of the novel and introduce some 
of the major themes which make up 
the novel's deeper content 
LC card Fi A 62-874 
4 GREAT EXPECTATIONS— II.. Clifton Fadi- 
• m^ probes into the significance of 
Charles Dickens' novel Great expecta- 
tions. Traces the main threads of the 
narrative through many dramatic scenes 
LC card Fi A 62-875 

THE NOVEL: WHAT IT IS, WHAT IT'S 
ABOUT. WHAT IT DOES 
In THE NOVEL (4 films) 

NOW YOU SEE IT. Assn 1962 18%min sd 
color free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Bay State Filni Productions 
for Insurance Information Oflfice of Connecticut 
Portrays the value of the insurance busi- 
ness in a community and the role of insurance 
in the life of the average man 
LC card Fi A 62-172 

THE NUMBER SYSTEM AND "TS STRUC- 
TURE. Coronet 1961 llmin sd b&w $60, 
color $110 

Jh-sih Guide 
Reviews the concepts on which any num- 
ber system is based and introduces the binary 
system used in electronic computers. A survey 
of the place of integers, fractions, and nega- 
tive numbers in our number system and an 
explanation of the commutative, associative, 
and distributive laws and closure principles of 
arithmetic will give the student a basis for 
further progress in mathematics 
LC card Fi A 61-968 

NUMBERS IN COLOUR. CanNFB 1961 28min 
sd color $260. rent $10 
c-ad 

Demonstrates the Cuisenaire method of 
teaching mathematics to children with the aid 
of colored sticks 

NUTRITIONAL NEEDS OF OUR BODIES. 

Coronet 1961 llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 
el-Jh Guide 
Uses photomicrography. laboratory ani- 
mals, and animation to show how food pro- 
vides the body's basic needs. Discusses the 
four general groups of foods, the nutrients 
which they contain and what the nutrients 
supply to the body. Stresses the importance of 
a well-balanced diet to a strong body and 
good health 

LC card Fi A 61-813 



OBERBAYERN. IntFlmBur 1961 15mln sd 
color $150. rent $8.50 
sh-c 

German narration 

Depicts life in Upper Bavaria. Shows 
Oberammergau. where we observe the clean- 
liness and neatness of the town, view the vil- 
lage church, visit a woodcarver and meet 
townfolk who take part in the famous Passion 
Play. Tells of other Bavarian towns, artisans 
at work, pageants, an Alpine lake, the Linder- 
hof. and dancing 



THE OCEAN SHOWROOM. Kiek 1959 13min 
sd color $113.45. free- loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows the famous Miami Seaquarium 
and the capturing of sharks, playful porpoises, 
and manta rays 

OCEANOGRAPHY: SCIENCE OF THE SEA. 

FilmAssoc 1962 llmin sd b&w $60, rent $3; 
color $120, rent $5 

el-Jh Guide 
Describes the work of oceanographers 
who use instruments to^ explore the. ocean 
waters, the sea floor, and the earth s interior 
beneath the floor. Explains that sediments 
from the ocean floor provide clues to the past 
history of living things. Discusses the Mo- 
horovicic Discontinuity, into which scientists 
are now preparing to drill 
LC card Fi A 62-582 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4796 

OIL FOR BUT ONE DAY. Nat Acad Jew 1959 
30min sd b&w (Eternal light ser) rent $8.50 
jli-sh-c-ad 

Produced by NBC-TV and Jewish Theo- 
logical Seminary. Kinescope 

A program of drama and songs celebrat- 
ing Hanukkah. Featuring Theodore Bikel. it 
dramatizes the faith and will of men in every 
land and in every century to sustain the light 
of freedom 

OIL ON THE RIVER. Finley 1961 23min sd 
color $200 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Ohio River Valley Water 
Sanitation Commission 

Explains the difficult problems involved 
in oil pollution. Shows that much of the pol- 
lution is caused by the oil user and involves 
careless handling. Tells some of the simple 
methods of preventing pollution by proper 
handling 

ON PRESCRIPTION ONLY. CanNFB 1961 
30min sd b&w $130. rent $7 
sh-c-ad 

Describes how modem drugs have revolu- 
tionized medical practice. Discusses various 
aspects of drugs from the development of a 
new compound to its testing on laboratory 
animals and its eventual use on humans. De- 
scribes the development of healing compounds 
through chemical synthesis, tells about the 
uses of drugs, and discusses the manufacture 
of drugs 

LC card Fi A 61-78 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4797 

ON STAGE TONIGHT. IntFlmBur 1961 22min 
sd b&w $95. rent $7.50 
sh-c-ad 

Produced by Lee Madden 

Illustrates the contribution of the ama- 
teur theater and its importance in the lives 
of those who participate in its productions. 
Outlines aspects of theater operation and the 
responsibilities of the production staff as we 
follow backstage the production of a play 
through tn'outs. rehearsals and other pre- 
parations to the excitement of opening night 

ON YOUR OWN. Davis.Sid 1962 lOmin sd 
b&w $60, color $120 

el Guide 

Shows that obeying rules of safety is 
adult and mature. Compares training of young 
people with that of an astronaut, using a care- 
ful selection of space training footage 

ONCE ON A BARREN HILL. Hour 1961 
27%min sd b&w $180, rent $9; color $300, 
rent $13.50 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Third Order of St Francis 
Story of an Aztec living during the 
Spanish conquest of Mexico. He astounds the 
Bishop of Mexico City and the proud Spaniards 
by declaring that the Blessed Virgin Mary 
appeared to him and gave him a message 
indicating that she would help his people. 
Challenged for proof of his story, he returns 
with an exquisite drawing of the Lady from 
Heaven painted on his sack- like cloak. This 
painting still hangs in the Basilica of Our 
Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City 



44 



ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



ONE FACE OF AFRICA. YMCAWorldS 1960 
23min sd color $72.50. rent apply 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Pictures life in Liberia showing Africa's 
oldest, independent republic. Over-all view of 
the country— village and city life, street 
scenes, marketplace, rubber farming, fisher- 
men, soldiers, homes and churches — is ipllowed 
by highlights of Liberia's dynamic YMCA 
movement 

THE OPEN HEARTH FURNACE. USSteel 
1961 7min sd color free- loan 
sh-c-ad Guide 
Available in Spanish, French, German 
and Portuguese ^ , ^ ., , ^ -,-. ^ 

Produced by John Sutherland Produc- 
tions 

Shows steelmaking processes in the open 
hearth furnace 

OPENING IN MOSCOW. Pennebaker 1961 
60min sd color $325. rent $25 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Views Russia and America as seen 
through the eyes of three individuals who at- 
tended the American exhibition in Moscow in 
the summer of 1959 

LC card Pi A 61-190 

ORANGE— FRUIT OF LIFE. InstVis 1960 
14%min sd color free-loan 
el-Jh-sh-ad 
Traces the history of the orange in ani- 
mated sequences, historical scenes and shots 
of modern handling methods. Shows that 
from seeds brought to the Americas by 
Columbus, and grown wild in Seminole Indian 
land, millions of oranges are harvested an- 
nually. Describes some of the complex machin- 
ery which sorts, cleans, extracts juice, and 
utilizes the fruit 

ORANGES, SUNSHINE FRUIT. Lewisinc 1959 
6min sd b&w or color free-loan 
el-Jh-sh-ad 
Sponsored by United Fresh Fruit & Vege- 

story of oranges — how and where they 
are grown, and interesting ways to use them 
in the home and include them in the family 
menu 

ORDERS OF INSECTS. Thome rev 1961 29min 
sd color $256. rent $12 
sh-c 

Revision of 1958 film 

Describes general characteristics of in- 
sects and then considers separately the nine 
most common orders: orthoptera. blattariae. 
odonata. hemiptera. homoptera. coleoptera, 
lepidoptera. diptera. and hymenoptera. Shows 
the characteristics of each order as well as the 
typical habitats in which they may be found 

THE ORGANIZATION OF LANGUAGE 

In PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF 
TEACHING A SECOND LANGUAGE 
(5 films) 

ORIENT-OCCIDENT: ASPECTS OF AN EX- 
HIBITION. Contem 1960 21min sd b&w 
$100. rent $5 

el-Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by UNESCO 

Made during an exhibition in 1958-59 at 
the Cernuschl Museum in Paris, its theme is 
that though separated by thousands of miles 
and centuries of history. Orient and Occident 
have always met in works of art. Shows con- 
tributions made by both world areas illustrat- 
ing the fundamental unity of art 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4395 

THE OROZCO MURALS— QUETZALCOATL. 

Brandon 1962 23min sd color $250. rent $15 
sh-c-ad 
Produced by Brookshire Productions 
Portrayal of the Jose Clemente Orozco 
murals at Dartmouth College. Hanover, N.H. 

OUR CHANGING EARTH. FilmAssoc 1662 
ISmin sd b&w $70; color $140. rent $6.25 
el-Jh-sh Guide 

Uses fossil evidence to make maps of 
prehistoric oceans and continents. Shows that 
the shorelines and climates of the world have 
been constantly changing. Tells that future sci- 
entists, perhaps, will use fossils of today's 
animals to construct maps of the present- dav 
world 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4686 



OUR HOUSE IS YOUR HOUSE. MissU 1960 
23min sd color $150. free- loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Describes the warm friendship which grew 
between the Dutch people and ninety Ameri- 
can college students who went to Kerkrade to 
play in the World Music Festival, Presents an 
insight into the lives of the people of this 
mining area of southern Holland and the 
international good will growing from their 
festival 

LC card Fi A 60-3175 

OUR NEIGHBOUR THE SEA. NZealEmb 1961 
18min sd color free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows New Zealand's many varied beach- 
es and the importance of the sea in New 
Zealand life 

OUR PET SHOW. Coronet 1962 llmin sd b&w 
$60. color $120 

p Guide 
Story of Jimmie and his pet dog. which 
he enters in the school pet show, presents 
beginning science concepts, introducing pupils 
to the idea of grouping animals. Shows the 
common varieties of fish, birds, amphibians, 
reptiles and mammals 

OUR PIONEERING HERITAGE. Assn 1961 
361/^min sd color free- loan 
c-ad 

Produced by Transfllm Caravel for Mer- 
ritt. Chapman & Scott Corp. 

Chet Huntley takes the viewer on a docu- 
mentary tour of a century of national economic 
expansion as seen through the eyes of one 
business enterprise. Shows newsreel highlights 
between 1860 and 1960 — including the launching 
of the nuclear ship Savannah — and portrays the 
far-reaching effect the construction, shipbuild- 
ing, chemical, paint, and metallurgical in- 
dustries have had on our economic life 

OUTBOARD PORTS OF CALL. Kiek 1958 

27min sd color $117.45. free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows a 7- day family cruise from 

Charleston. S.C. to Silver Springs. Fla. Among 

the "ports of call" are historic Fort Sumter. 

Savannah. Jacksonville and the St Johns River 

OUTBOARD SCOUTING. Kiek 1961 26min sd 
b&w or color free-loan 
Jh-sh 

Sponsored by Mercury Motors 
Tells the fun of outboard boating and 
contains some elements of power boat safety 

OUTBOARD TO ALASKA. Kiek 1960 21min 
sd color $120.35. free-loan 
el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows life aboard a modern outboard 
cruiser as it embarks from Seattle, cruising 
the Inland waterway to Alaska 

OUTBOARD VACATION. Creativislon 1962 
13J^mm sd (The water world ser) b&w 
$50; color $150. free- loan 
Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by Victor Kayfetz Productions 
for Homelite. Division of Textron. Inc. 

Shows the United States Coast Guard 
Auxiliary checking a family which has ac- 

auired a new outboard cruiser and engine as 
ley start on vacation. Describes how. from 
a boatel. they explore, fish, skin dive, watch 
water ski show and go picnicking 

OVER THE RAINBOWS. Kiek 1959 14min sd 
color $122.30, free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Joins an angler on his vacation fishing 
expedition into the interior of Alaska, home of 
the world's biggest rainbow trout 

OVERCOMING RESISTANCE TO CHANGE. 

Round 1962 30min sd b&w $185. rent $25; 

color $315, rent $45 

c-ad 
Explains that to understand why people 
resist change, we must learn how it appears 
to them. Tells that to overcome resistance 
change must be clearly understood, tensions 
must be released, people must be given op- 
portunity to identify with it, participate in it 
and contrbute to it 



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OVERHEAD TV. CalifU 1960 21min sd b&w 
$95. rent $6 . ^ .^ 

c-ad Guide 

Suggests ways in which recent innova- 
tions in television techniques can be used to 
meet the expanding needs in classroom com- 
munications 

OVERTURE. Contem 1960 9min sd b&w $45. 
rent $4 , ^ 

el-ad 
Produced by United Nations Film Board 
A performance of Beethoven's Egmont 

overture by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. 

illustrated by appropriate scenes showing the 

effects of war and United Nations efforts to 

aid recovery and reconstruction 

LC card Fi A 60-661 , _ ^^„^ 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4183 

OVULATION AND EGG TRANSPORT IN THE 
RAT. WashU 1957 19min sd color rent 

$3.25 

c-ad 
Precedes each series of ovulations in the 
living animal by animated drawings of the var- 
ious types of ovulation. Shows methods of egg 
transport from the fibriated end of the oviduct 
into the dilated ampulla. Examples of ciliary 
activity as observed with the phase microscope 
are included 

PKU— PREVENTABLE MENTAL RETARDA- 
TION. IntFlmBur 1961 15min sd color 

$165. rent $9 

c-ad 
Shows how mental retardation due to 
Phenylketonuria, commonly called PKU. can 
be prevented by early examination and diag- 
nosis of infants 4 to 6 weeks after birth. 
Emphasizes, by a series of actual case histories, 
the need for universal checking of all children 
for PKU. Illustrates a simple test that can 
be made at home 

PABLO CASALS BREAKS HIS JOURNEY. 

Contem 1961 9min sd b&w $45. rent $4 
el -ad 
Produced by United Nations Film Board 
Cellest Pablo Casals visits UN Head- 

?uarters on the thirteenth anniversary of the 
FN to assist in the world peace movement. 
Shows his rehearsal and concert performance 
as he plays the "Song of the birds." "Hymn 
to joy," finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony 

PALADINI. Contem 1962 12min sd color $135, 
rent $12.50 

ad 
Animation tells of Paladin knights bat- 
tling to save their ladies fair from the dread 
design of wicked Moors and Saracens, from the 
legends of the Charlemagne cycle 

PANAMA CANAL. Disney 1962 17min sd color 
(Our neighbors ser) $160 

el-Jh-sti-c-ad Guide 

Produced by Paul Hoefler Productions 

Story of the operation of the Panama 

Canal, taking ships from one ocean to the 

other. Contains information regarding history, 

operations, and number of ships using canal 

THE PANAMA CANAL—GATEWAY TO THE 
WORLD. EBF 1961 14min sd b&w $75, rent 
$4; color $150, rent $6 

el-Jh-sh-ad Guide 

Discusses the economic importance of the 
Panama Canal to the United States and to the 
rest of the world. Explains the unsuccessful 
French attempt to build a passage through the 
isthmus, and describes the rights and obliga- 
tions of the United States. Follows a pilot as 
he guides a large oil tanker through the canal, 
showing the locks in action as the ship crosses 
the continental divide, pulled by powerful loco- 
motives 

LC card Fi A 61-453 

PAPER CHROMATOGRAPHY. Thome 1961 
]4min sd color (Biological techniques ser) 
$140, rent $8 

sh-c Guide 
Correlated with the Biological Sciences 
Curriculum Study textbook "High school biol- 
ogy" 

Discusses basic principles and demon- 
strates techniques for analyzing dissolved mix- 
tures of substances using paper chromato- 
graphic separations. Begins with crude 



materials and methods and introduces refine- 
ments that increase the accuracy, reliability, 
and versatility of this laboratory procedure. 
Illustrates the method of obtaining Kf values 
in a separation of chlorophyll extract, and the 
separation and comparison of known to un- 
known amino acids 

LC card Fi A 61-1006 

PARLONS FRANCAIS— -I-ll (136 films). Heath 
1961-1962 ea 15min sd b&w or color purchase 

apply , ^ .J 

el Guide 

French narration _ , . . 

A complete system of French instruction 
for elementary school children, utilizing their 
regular classroom teacher assisted by the film 
teacher. Each level comprises 60 student les- 
son films and 8 teacher programs ^^ ^^„„ 

EFLA evaluation card for set No, 4798 

EL PARTI DO DE BfelSBOL. Barr 1962 lOmin 
sd color $125. rent $7 

el-Jh-sh Guide 
Spanish narration , „ 

Uses scenes of a Little League baseball 
game to present a basic baseball vocabulary 
LC card Fi A 62-397 

THE PARTS OF SPEECH. Coronet 1962 
13%min sd b&w $75, color $150 
el-Jh Guide 
Uses the experiences of children at the 
beach to provide an opportunity to use the 
parts of speech in building the pictures shown. 
Introduces the eight parts of speech and ex- 
plains that they may name things, modify other 
words, connect words, or tell about actions 
LC card Fi A 62-270 

PASSOVER 

In HOLIDAYS IN ISRAEL (3 films) (Bar- 
rekette) 

PATH TO SPACE. Assn 1961 28%min sd b&w 
free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by NBC-TV for Gulf Oil Corp. 
Shows America's successful attempts to 
put men into space 

A PATHOLOGICAL ANXIETY 

In THE DISORDERED MIND (4 films) 

PATHWAYS TO ENGINEERING PROGRESS. 

WashStU 1961 27min sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Discusses a report on the Washington 
State University three point organization for 
research, training of students for engineering 
and technical careers, and engineering exten- 
sion activity through the Washington State 
University Institute of Technology 

PATTERNS OF ADJUSTMENT. Mini-Flms 
1961 22min sd b&w free-loan 
sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by General Adjustment Bureau 
Tells the story of the largest insurance 
agency in the world in terms of four authentic 
on-the-job insurance adjustments in a single 
town 

PEARS, PERENNIAL FAVORITE. LewisInc 
1958 6min sd b&w or color free-loan 
el-Jh-sh-ad 
Sponsored by United Fresh Fruit & Vege- 
t£Ll)l6 .A.ssn. 

story of pears — ^how and where they are 

grown, harvested and shipped, and how a 
omemaker can make the most of them for 
family menus 

PENCIL MAGIC. AmHandicrafts 1956 15min sd 
color $71, free-loan 

Jh-sh-ad 
Discusses the use of colored pencils for 
decorating woodenware, and shows the tech- 
nique used 

LC card Fi A 61-1058 

PEOPLE ARE THE PUZZLE. NatSafety 1961 
lOmin sd b&w (The key man ser) $82, rent 

ad 

Produced by Gilbert Altschul Productions 
Shows how a foreman must develop an 
awareness and understanding of the people who 
work for him — in order to help them work 
safely. Shows that this is not an easy task, but 
a most important one 



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PEOPLE LIKE MARIA. ColUPr 1959 28min sd 
b&w $125 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by World Wide Pictures for 
World Health Organization ^ ,. . 

Tells story of Maria, a young Bolivian 
nurse, newly graduated from a WHO training 
course, who is sent to a remote district in the 
Andes to establish a health center 

PEOPLE OF CHILE. See UNA HACIENDA 
CHILENA 

PEOPLE OF MEXICO. See MEXICO: THE 
LAND AND THE PEOPLE 

PEOPLE OF PERU. See LA GENTE DEL 
PERO 

PEOPLE WITH A PURPOSE. Schenectady 
1961 19min sd color free- loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Forney W. Miller 
Shows the county of Schenectady. N.Y. 
Points out the availability of up- state New 
York's wealth of natural resources 

PHONOVISUAL IN ACTION. FilmCtr 1961 
29min sd color $150. rent $10 
p-el-jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Potomac Films for Primary 
Day School 

Describes the Phonovisual Method of 
teaching children to read. Shows average chil- 
dren in kindergarten, first grade, and second 
grade classes, but the method is used with 
pupils of practically every age and type, the 
teaching procedures needing only slight modi- 
fication because of the common goal — skill in 
reading 

PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHY. See A LOOK AT 
PHOTOLITHOGRAPHY 



PIPELINES TO THE FUTURE. RepubSteel 
1956 39min sd color free-loan 
c-ad 

Produced by Wilding. Inc. 

Describes the diversified uses for plas- 
tic pipe on the farm, around the home, in in- 
dustry, and in the oil country. Shows how 
plastic pipe is made 

LC card Fi A 62-105 

PITHOLE, U. S. A. USSteel 1962 13%min sd 
b&w free- loan 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by Wilding. Inc. 
Tells the story of America's first boom- 
town, a city that was born on a farm in Penn- 
sylvania, grew to a population of 15,000 people, 
and disappeared in 500 days 
LC card Fi A 62-416 

PLACE VALUE: ONES, TENS, HUNDREDS. 

Coronet 1961 llmin sd b&w $60, color $110 
p Guide 
Shows a brother helping his younger 
sister count the pennies which she has been 
saving counting in gro,ups of ones, tens, and 
hundreds. Explains the concept of place value 
and presents the numerals and words for the 
numbers we use 

LC card Fi A 61-972 

THE PLANETS. IntFlmBur 1961 llmin sd color 
$110. rent $5 

el 
Produced by Robert Edmonds 
Shows the movements of planets around 
the sun by an orrery, and discusses the com- 
parative sizes of planets, their distances from 
the sun. revolutions on their axes, and satel- 
lite systems. A planetarium is seen in use 



PILGRIMAGE. Contem 1959 30min sd b&w $130, 
rent $7 

c-ad 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Follows a procession of the League of the 
Sacred Heart through the streets of Montreal 
to St Joseph's Oratory, site of Brother Andre's 
Shrine. Shows many of the religious observ- 
ances conducted in the church, including Mass 
attended by invalids who come in the hope of 
being healed 

LC card Fi A 59-640 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4006 

PINE NUTS. CalifU 1961 13min sd color lease 
$125. loan $7 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows how a nutritive staple food of the 
Washo and Paiute Indians is made from the 
nuts of the pinon tree's cones in a method 
used since pre-Columbian times 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4799 

THE PIONEER BLACKSMITH. IndU 1962 
llmin sd (Pioneer community ser) b&w $50, 
rent $2; color $100, rent $3.25 
el-Jh 
Shows the pioneer blacksmith at work 
using the tools, materials, and techniques of 
his trade. Explains the importance of the 
blacksmith shop in filling the pioneers' needs 
for the manufacture and repair of iron and 
steel goods 

LC card Fi A 62-427 

THE PIONEER OF ON-THE-FARM FEED- 
MAKING. Gehl 1962 15min sd color free- 
loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Calvin Productions 
, Demonstrates to farmers the latest trends 

m home grinding and mixing of livestock feed 

LC card Fi A 62-244 

PIPE— WHAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO KNOW. 

RepubSteel 1956 22min sd color free-loan 
c-ad 
Produced by Wilding. Inc. 
Compares pipe made by the electric 
weld and seamlesis methods, including mill 
scenes which show both types of production 
used to manufacture pipe to the same speci- 
fications 

LC card Fi A 62-103 



PLANT MOTIONS— ROOTS. STEMS, LEAVES. 

EBP 1962 llmin sd (Biology ser) b&w $60, 

rent $3.50; color $120. rent $5 
el-Jh-sh Guide 
Explains the characteristic motion of 
plants as they grow called "circumnutation." 
Shows the movements of the leaves and stems 
and shows that roots always move in spirals. 
Illustrates the response of roots, stems, and 
leaves of growing plants to stimuli such as 
light and gravity 

PLYMOUTH COLONY: THE FIRST YEAR. 

Coronet 1961 16min sd b&w $90. color $165 
el-Jh-sh Guide 

Presents scenes filmed at authentically 
reconstructed Plimoth Plantation at Plymouth, 
Mass., and on board the Mayflower II in the 
reenactment of important events during the 
first year of Plymovith Colony. Describes the 
Pilgrims' struggle with hardship and disease, 
and their lasting accomplishment in establish- 
ing principles of freedom and democracy in the 
New World 

LC card Fi A 61-814 

POISON IN THE HOUSE. Assn 1960 lOVamin 
sd color $65, rent $4 

e!-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Poison Information Center, 
Hitchcock Memorial Hospital for the New 
Hampshire State Dept. of Health 

Portrays an ant family and a human 
family in whose house the ants live. Shows 
the ants becoming involved in several episodes 
illustrating how otherwise useful household 
products (antiseptics, cleaners, certain medi- 
cines) act as poisons when carelessly left with- 
in reach of children who may accidentally find 
and swallow them 

POLE TOP RESCUE (2 films). AmFlmProd 
1962 17min sd color rent set $10 
sh-c-ad 

Produced by Roswell Park Memorial In- 
stitute for Health Research 

Teaches how to rescue and revive vic- 
tims of electric shock from electric or telegraph 
poles. Dramatizes special situations while 
teaching the seven basic steps and special 
techniques common to the Oesterreich and 
rescue breathing rescue methods 
Part 1. $100 
Part 2.J40 

L<J card for set Fi A 62-937 



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EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



POLITICS AND THE CORPORATION. NET 
1959 29min sd b&w (Platform ser) rent 
$4.75 

c-ad 

Produced by WQED. Kinescope 
Discusses the role, of the corporation and 
the corporate executive in political life Reviews 
the laws which affect or. restrict the active 
participation of each in politics 

THE POND. IntFlmBur 1961 20min sd oolor 
$195, rent $9 . ^ 

sh-ad 
Examines a community of living things, 
each dependent one on the other, in the Pond, 
an environment containing sunlight, minerals 
and permanent water of relatively constant 
temperature. Observes life forms above and 
below the surface of the water .^ action by 
close-up photography and^ natural sound 
Studies members of the total comniunity as 
they affect other members in this interrela- 
tionship 

POPULATION PATTERNS IN. THE UNITED. 
STATES. Coronet 1961 llmin sd b&w $60, 
color $110 

Jh-sh Guide 
Traces the growth and movement, of 
population since the early history. of the United 
States. Delineates today's dynamic .and chang- 
ing population patterns as shown in the lybu 
census-movement from east to west, rural to 
urban areas, city to suburb; describes changes 
in birth and death rates, mfant mortality, life 
span, and immigration; and discusses current 
problems arising from these developments 
LC card Fi A. 61-399 ^ ^^ ^^^^ 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4728 

PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Assn 1962 28min sd 
b&w free-loan 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Wilding, Inc. for J. C. Pen- 
ney Co. 

Describes the life of J. C. Penney,, a 
builder of the J. C. Penney Company,, telling 
of his successes and his failures, his philosophy 
in merchandising and in human . relationship, 
his belief in mankind, his optimism, and his 
faith in the opportunity for young people to- 
day. Traces the origin of the J. C. Penney 
Company from its humble beginning in Kemerer, 
Wyoming, to its present chain of modern stores 

LC card Fi A 62-715 

THE PORTRAIT OF CHARLES DICKENS 
In PORTRAITS IN PRINT (10 films) 

THE PORTRAIT OF DANIEL DEFOE 
In PORTRAITS IN PRINT (10 films) 

THE PORTRAIT OF GEORGE GORDON, 
LORD BYRON 
In PORTRAITS IN PRINT (10 films) 

THE PORTRAIT OF JOHN MILTON 
In PORTRAITS IN PRINT (10 films) 

THE PORTRAIT OF NATHANIEL HAW- 
THORNE 
In PORTRAITS IN PRINT (10 films) 

THE PORTRAIT OF OLIVER GOLDSMITH 
In PORTRAITS IN PRINT (10 films) 

THE PORTRAIT OF SAMUEL TAYLOR 
COLERIDGE 
In PORTRAITS IN PRINT (10 films) 

PORTRAIT OF SOUTHLAND. NZealEmb 1961 
20min sd color free-loan 
sh-c-ad 
Surveys Southland province in New 
Zealand, including Stewart Island, mutton bird- 
ing and oyster fishing in Foveaux Strait and 
the majestic scenery of Milford and Doubtful 
Sounds 

THE PORTRAIT OF VICTOR HUGO 
In PORTRAITS IN PRINT (10 films) 

THE PORTRAIT OF WASHINGTON IRVING 
In PORTRAITS IN PRINT (10 films) 

THE P(DRTRAIT OF WILLIAM M. THACKE- 
In PORTRAITS IN PRINT (10 films) 



PORTRAITS IN PRINT (10 films). NET 1958 
ea 29min sd b&w rent ea $4.75 
sh-c-ad 
Produced by WHYY-TV. Kinescopes 
Each film reviews the life of an author 
and uses drawings, etchings, lithographs and 
photographs to illustrate times and places im- 
portant to the author. The works or each are 
interpreted and excerpts from various works 
are read 

Titles are: 

1. THE PORTRAIT OF JOHN MILTON 

LC card Fi A 61-536 

2. THE PORTRAIT OF OLIVER GOLDSMITH 

LC card Fi A 61-537 

3. THE PORTRAIT OF DANIEL DEFOE 

LC card Fi A 61-538 

4. THE PORTRAIT OF SAMUEL TAYLOR 

COLERIDGE 

LC card Fi A 61-539 

5. THE PORTRAIT OF WASHINGTON 

IRVING 

LC card Fi A 61-540 

6. THE PORTRAIT OF GEORGE GORDON, 

LORD BYRON 

LC card Fi A 61-541 

7. THE PORTRAIT OF NATHANIEL HAW- 

THORNE 

LC card Fi A 61-542 

8. THE PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM M. 

THACKERAY 

LC card Fi A 61-543 

9. THE PORTRAIT OF VICTOR HUGO 

LC card Fi A 61-544 

10. THE PORTRAIT OF CHARLES DICKENS 

LC card Fi A 61-545 

POSTURE 

In GOOD GROOMING (4 films) 

POSTURE IN MOTION. EducHor 1961 9min sd 
color $100 

Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Demonstrates the proper ways of walking, 
standing and sitting for girls and women 

POTATO APPEAL. UnionPacif 1962 lOmin sd 
color free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows the attractions of today's fine, 
fresh potatoes and stresses their versatility. 
Emphasizes the use and preparation of many 
forms, of processed frozen, dehydrated- frozen, 
and dehydrated potatoes in easily prepared 
forms 

POTATOES, INTERNATIONAL FAVORITE. 

Lewisinc 1961 7min sd b&w or color free- 
loan 

el-jh-sh-ad 
Sponsored by United Fresh Fruit & Vege- 

Story of potatoes— their history, how they 
are grown and shipped, how they are used 
in a variety of countries around the world, and 
how an American housewife can enjoy them 
as a regular part of the family menu 

POTATOES UNLIMITED. See NEW LOOK IN 
POTATOES 

POTTERY AND WEAVING 

In ARTS AND CRAFTS OF MEXICO 
(2 films) 

POWER AMONG MEN. DeRoche 1959 90min sd 

b&w $320, rent $35; color $480, rent $50 

jh-sh-c-ad 

44min version available, color $275. rent 
$25; b&w $165. rent $17.50 

Produced by United Nations 

With illustrations from war- shattered 
Italy, farms in Haiti, a new town in British 
Columbia, Canada, and at a nviclear energv 
plant in Norway, portrays man's awesome 
powers: the power to build; the power to de- 
stroy — and asks how he will choose to use 
this power for either destruction or creation 
in the future 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4187 

PRESENTING I. U. IndU 1961 23min sd color 
rent $1 

sh-c-ad 

Shows how Indiana University through its 
various schools is playing an important role in 
extending man's understanding of himself and 
the universe. Views the libraries, museums, 
new classrooms, and specialized facilities, such 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



as the lanffuasre laboratory. Glimpses of student 
government, student teaching, the^ university 
theater, and campus newspaper demonstrate 
the university's attempt to provide activities 
to meet a variety of interests 

A PRESIDENT'S POWER CONTESTED. Mc- 
Graw 1961 28V2min sd b&w (Problems of 
democracy ser) $175 

sh Guide 
Produced by Center for Mass Communica- 
tion. Columbia University _ , , 

Correlated with the book "Problems and 
promise of American democracy' edited by 
Donald Riddle . , ^, 

Describes the 1952 steel seizure and the 
resulting: court action and analyzes what they 
reveal about the extent and limits of the power 
of the President 

L.C card Fi A 61-666 

PRESS WEEK FASHION SHOW. Clairol 1961 
5min sd b&w free- loan 

jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Robert Lawrence Produc- 

Views a fashion show presented by Clai- 
rol, showing new hairstyles and fashions 
LC card Fi A 61-823 

THE PRICE OF FIRE. Contem 1961 23min sd 
b&w $100. rent $5 

ad 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Pictures the typical routine of a Montreal 
fire station. Discusses some of the causes of 
fire and the need for prevention; uses scenes 
from many flres to show the work of the fire- 
men and to picture the tragedy of fire 

LC card Fi A 62-67 

PRICELESS GIFT. KIRO-TV 1959 53i^min sd 
b&w or color purchase apply, rent apply 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Larry Field 
Tells the story of a Seattle man who 
regains his sight through a corneal transplant 
operation. Shows the complications involved 
in bringing cameras and laymen into the hospi- 
tal surgery 

PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF TEACHING 
A SECOND LANGUAGE (5 films). TFC sd 
b&w ea $170 

c-ad Guide 
Produced by Reid H. Ray Film Industries 
for the Modern Language Assn. of America 
Titles are: 

1. THE NATURE OF LANGUAGE AND HOW 

IT IS LEARNED. 1962 32min. Discusses 
the nature of lang-uage, how it is learned, 
and the validity of the oral approach to 
teaching. Presents examples of speech 
from all over the world, revealing how 
differently languages function in sound 
system, grammar, and lexical develop- 
ment; compares speech to writing; 
stresses the formation of new language 
habits 
LC card Fi A 61-1060 

2. THE SOUNDS OF LANGUAGE. 1962 32min. 

Explains that each language has its own 
sound system of characteristic intonation 
patterns, rhythms, stresses, and sounds, 
and points out that a problem in learning 
a second language is the tendency to carry 
over sound patterns of one's native speech. 
Compares the sound features of various 
languages and explains the concept of 
phonemic contrasts. Uses a class in Span- 
ish for English speakers to demonstrate 
the modern approach to teaching the im- 
portant sound features of a second lan- 
guage 
LC card Fi A 61-1048 

3. THE^^ ORGANIZATION OF LANGUAGE. 

1961 33min. Demonstrates that pre-school 
children can use the form and arrange- 
ments of words before they can read or 
write, and explains that these forms and 
arrangements constitute the organization 
or grammar of language. Points out that 
children learn tlieir language by oral 
experience, that patterns of organization 
differ from lang-uag-e to language, and 
that organization of language is based not 
so much on logic as on customs and con- 
ventions characteristic of each language. 
Demonstrates in a German class for Eng- 
lish speakers how grammatical patterns 
and their variations are taught by modern 
methods 
LC card Fi A 61-1047 



4. WORDS AND THEIR MEANINGS. 1962 

33min. Explains the deficiencies of word 
for word translation. Illustrates how the 
meanings of words change with usage, 
showing that the experiences of life are 
viewed and described differently from lan- 
guage to language. Demonstrates in a 
French class for English speakers how 
words are taught in meaningful contexts 
and how ranges of meanings are de- 
veloped appropriately 
LC card Fi A 61-1046 

5. MODERN TECHNIQUES IN LANGUAGE 

TEACHING. 1962 32min. Explains that 
the objective of modern language teach- 
ing is the formation of new language 
habits. Discusses the procedures involved 
in forming these habits. Uses a demon- 
stration lesson to show how the sound 
system, grammatical organization, and 
lexicon of the language is taught 
LC card Fi A 61-1059 

PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING 

In TEACHING MACHINES (2 films) 

THE PRINTED CIRCUIT STORY. Bray 1962 
25min sd color $200. rent $20 
sh-c-ad 

Produced in cooperation and collaboration 
with the Institute of Printed Circuits 

Shows how printed circuits are manu- 
factured from the base laminate through com- 
ponent installation on etched and plated circuit 
boards. Introduces recommended tools and help- 
ful items for the servicing of printed circuits 
as w^ell as repairability tetchniques according 
to accepted industry standard practices 

PRINTING: PLATEN PRESS MAKEREADY. 
IntFlmBur 1960 15min sd b&w $95, rent $5 
sh-ad 
Produced by Stout State College 
Shows the process of makeready. from 
locking up the form to running the completed 
job. Identifies parts of the press and depicts 
every step in platen press makeready 

PROBLEM SOLVING IN GROUPS. CalifU 1962 
25min sd b&w (Management development 
ser) Durchase apply 

c-ad 
Discusses the phases and elements in the 
problem solving process in group decision mak- 
ing 

THE PROCESSION. UnitedChurch 1960 28min 
sd b&w $160. rent $8 

sh-c-ad 
Discusses transientness as a problem 
which faces the church in its ministry to those 
who are living in the suburbs as well as in the 
slums of the city. Uses Chicago as an ex- 
ample to illustrate some of the attempts that 
have been made to work at this problem 
LC card Fi A 61-273 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4441 

PRODUCTION OF POLIOMYELITIS VACCINE. 

CalifU 1961 12min sd color (Microbiology 
teaching ser) $122. rent $6.50 
c-ad 
Shows preparation of formaldehyde -inacti- 
vated vaccine at a pharmaceutical plant 
EFLA evaluation card No. 4689 

PROFITABLE POTATOES. USSteel- Columbia 
1960 28min sd color free- loan 
sh-c-ad 
Distribution limited to Calif.. Colo.. Idaho. 
Mont.. Nov., N.M., Ore., Utah, Wash, and Wyo. 
Produced by Evans & Associates 
Tells how to get more dollars per acre 
through proven agricultural farming methods 

PROGNOSIS: HOPE. AmCancer 1962 14%min 
sd b&w free- loan 

ad 
Produced by Dynamic Films 
Shows how the American Cancer Society's 
programs of education, service and research 
help a cancer patient about to undergo sur- 
gery — and all other cancer patients — of the 
present and of the future 

PROGRESS IN MOTION. MetropDade 1961 

22min sd color free- loan 

sh-c-ad 

Describes the structure and activities of 

the Dade County Port Authority, a major public 

corporation in the commerce and transportation 

industry of South Florida. Pictures former 



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PROGRESS IN MOTION— Continued 
and existing facilities of Miami International 
Airport as well as causeway facilities operated 
by the Port Authority. Describes the function 
or the Port Authority as it serves visitors and 
residents in the area of Miami, Fla. 

PROJECT: BROTHER'S KEEPER. Broadman 
1961 28min sd b«&w $180. rent $9 
ad 
Follows six doctors on a four- month 
global tour of 32 countries, showing them as 
they survey medical needs, treat patients, as- 
sist in operations, and generally offer medical 
assistance 

LC card Fi A 61-510 

PROJECT 616. NewHollMach 1961 8min sd 
color free- loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
, Traces the development of New Holland's 
Model 616 Forage Harvester from drawing board 
to production line. Shows torture testing tech- 
niques 

THE PROM— IT'S A PLEASURE. Coca-Cola 
1961 20min sd color free- loan 
el-Jh-sh-c Guide 

Produced by The Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion 

Shows proper etiquette for boys and girls 
m regard to formal dances. Points include ex- 
tending, accepting invitations, choosing attire 
and flowers, going through receiving lines, en- 
joying the occasion through correct dance floor 
etiquette, from cut-ins to show-offs 

A PROMISE TO MASADA. Filmlm 1962 17min 
sd color $190. rent $15 
sh-c-ad 

Produced by Nicole Stephane 

Shows how voung Israelis are reclaiming 
the desert to fulfill a promise made by Diaspora 
Jews to bring life back to Masada, where, two 
thousand years ago every member of a com- 
munity chose to die rather than submit to en- 
slavement by conquering Roman legions. In- 
cludes a chant which recounts the seige of 
Masada sung by the Aravah Trio and Arie Lavi 

LC card Fi A 62-886 

PROMISING NORTH. Quebec 1960 29i^min sd 
b&w or color free -loan 

p-ei-Jh-sh-c-ad 
French version available 
Views the mining and industrial develop- 
i?ient of the, North Shore. Shows future possi- 
bilities of this region which is rich in minerals 
of all kinds 

PROPHET FROM^^TEKOA.^ Broadman 1961 

28min sd color $210. rent $10.50 
Jh-sh-ad 

. Tells that the basic theme is that the 
punishment of God is sure to come on a nation 
and ijeople that become similar to the Israel of 
Amos, time Shows Amos in the typical sur- 
roundings, of a sheep herder of his day He 
delivers his prophecy of judgment at the market 
place in Bethel. After each indictment a flashup 
to the present illustrates the evil of which he 
speaks 

PROPORTION AT WORK. ^ IntFlmBur 1961 
12mm sd color $120, rent $6 
Jh-sh 
Produced by Visual Education Films 
.. , Introduces ratio and proportion as prac- 
tical tools for solving problems by indirect 
measurenient. Shows how a hydrobiologist must 
compute the population of a well -stocked trout 
^°^*^Zr-'^"® ^°^^^ ^^f^ of the pond in square acres 
and tJie number of trout per acre. Follows every 
^i®^ in his computation through live photogra- 
phy and color- cued animation. Teaches that a 
ratio is a fraction that shows the relationship 
of one. number, to another, how it may be 
stated in symbols and how to express a frac- 

THE PROTEST. Carousel 1961 29min sd b&w 
(Look up and live ser) $135 ^ uo^w 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by CBS News 

Discusses the significance of protest in 
our culture. Presents and comments upon var^ 
jous^forms of protest through songs and mono- 



PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING OF TOM. Syra- 
cuseU 1961 52min sd b&w $240. rent $8.75 
c-ad 
Shows a doctor administering the Wech- 
sler Intelligence Test to an unusally gifted 
boy. Discusses the scores and their interpreta- 
tions after the test. Demonstrates both the 
proper testing technique and the performance 
of a gifted child 

A PSYCHOPATH 

In THE DISORDERED MIND (4 films) 

THE PUBLIC RELATIONS OF TESTING. 

EducTest 1961 llmin sd b&w $50, free- loan 
ad 
Shows that the key to the public rela- 
tions of testing is communication. Discusses 
ways to create understanding and an apprecia- 
tion of school testing programs by proper com- 
munication with teachers, parents, students and 
the community 

BFLA evaluation card No. 4690 

A PUBLISHER IS KNOWN BY THE COM- 
PANY HE KEEPS. DeRoche 1962 25min sd 
b&w $150. rent $15 

ad Guide 
Series of sequences about famous writers, 
using footage from the personal film library of 
Alfred A. Knopf. Includes film shots taken at 
his Purchase. N.Y., home 
LC card Fi A 62-763 

PUERTO RICO— ISLAND IN THE SUN. UW 

1961 18min sd color $195 

Jh-sh-ad Guide 
Produced by Dudley Pictures Corp. 
Shows the economic and social develop- 
ment of modern Puerto Rico. Describes "Opera- 
tion Bootstrap." a program of industrialization, 
education, housing and better use of land. 
Through the daily activities of the Pinero 
family shows how democracy, properly directed, 
can produce new jobs, higher wages, better 
living standards and greater opportunities for 
education and cultural development 

PUERTO RICO: THE PEACEFUL REVOLU- 
TION. Assn 1962 26V2min sd b&w (The 
twentieth century ser) free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

^ Available for purchase from McGraw 
at $135 

Produced by CBS News for the Prudential 
Insurance Co. of America 

Portrays the growth, development and 
improvement of living standards in Puerto Rico 
under Grovernor Luis Muiioz Marin. Shows 
examples of what is being done to improve 
living conditions 

LC card Fi A 62-761 

PUNCTUATION. Bailey 1962 6min sd color 
(Introduction to grammar ser) $65. rent $5 
el Guide 
Produced by Stuart Roe 
Shows the function of punctuation; 
demonstrates the use of the period, question 
mark, exclamation mark, comma, and quota- 
tion marks 

PUNCTUATION FOR BEGINNERS, Coronet 

1962 llmin sd b&w $60. color $110 

p Guide 

Teaches pupils in a class basic rules of 
punctuation by constructing sentences and in- 
serting proper punctuation. Explains why and 
where to use periods, question marks, and 
commas in sentences, the use of the period in 
abbreviations, and the use of the comma in 
dates and place names 

LC card Fi A 62-38 

PURIM 

In HOLIDAYS IN ISRAEL (3 films) (Barre- 
kette) 

THE PURPLE TURTLE. Assn 1962 13V2min sd 
color free -loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Available for purchase from ACIProd at 
$135 

Sponsored by American Crayon Co. in co- 
operation with the National Kindergarten Assn. 

Shows a camera and microphone unobtru- 
sively recording the activities of kindergarten 
children as they busy themselves with paints, 
crayons, and clay 

LC card Fi A 62-784 



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PUSH BUTTONS AND PEOPLE. Contem 1960 

22min sd b&w $100. rent $7 
c-ad 
Produced by United Auto Workers of 

Walter Reuther, President of the UAW, 
states labor's position on the issue of automa- 
tion, and su&g-ests that properly used, automa- 
tion can serve society, but warns that un- 
planned automation can cause economic chaos. 
It must take into account the human factors, 
workers and public. Workers must be re-edu- 
cated, relocated and compensated for such 
adjustment , ^, „„^„ 

EFLA evaluation card No. 3750 



QUALITY YOU CAN MEASURE. RepubSteel 
1959 15min sd color free-loan 
c-ad 
Produced by Wilding, Inc. 
Shows the non- destructive testing of 
electric resistance weld pipe by means of a 
testing machine called the Farrowtester 
LC card Fi A 62-106 

QUE PASA IN PUERTO RICO. GoPic 1959 
llmin sd color $120, rent $5 
el-Jh-sh-ad 
Produced by Beacon Television Co. 
Shows Ted Williams, the baseball star 
of the Boston Red Sox pulling in bonita from 
the waters of the Caribbean 

QUEBEC CARNIVALS. Quebec 1958 13min sd 
b&w or color free -loan 

p-el-Jh-c-ad 
French version available 
Shows the winter carnival in the Prov- 
ince of Quebec. From the North of Montreal 
to the Quebec Citadel, every winter sport has 
its place in the festivities 

QUEBEC INDUSTRIAL POWER. Quebec 1961 
30min sd b&w or color free- loan 
p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
French version available 
Shows industrial Quebec, and glimpses 
the possibilities of Quebec's future. Tells how 
La Province de Quebec owes its economical 
rise to the multiplicity and diversity of its in- 
dustries 

QUEBEC PEAT MOSS INDUSTRY. Quebec 

1958 19min sd b&w or color free-loan 

p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

French version available 

Shows peat and its composition. Explains 
the uses of peat in agriculture, in horticul- 
ture, on the farm and as a fuel 

QUEST. UrbanProg 1961 13min sd b&w $110. 
rent $12.50; color $150, rent $12.50 
sh-c-ad 

Produced by Creative Communications 

Traces the development of the plan for 
the renewal and rejuvenation of downtown 
Little Rock, demonstrating cooperation between 
public agencies, individuals, and business 
firms in the Little Rock area 

LC card Fi A 62-276 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4729 

THE QUEST. See THE DISCOVERY OF IN- 
SULIN 

THE QUESTION TREE. IntBus 1961 13min 
sd color $50. free-loan 

el-Jh-sh 
Produced by Henry Strauss Productions 
Examines man's age-old curiosity about 
the world around him, and where the curiosity 
has led him. Tells how the asking of questions 
leads to scientific discovery 
LC card Fi A 62-123 

THE QUIET ONE. Contem 1961 70min sd 
b&w $360. rent $25 

c-ad 
Produced by Janice Loeb and William 
Levitt 

A documentary drama about an unloved 
child who drifts into delinquency, offering 
methods for understanding and rehabilitating 
the lonely child everywhere 



RADIATION. CanNFB 1961 27min sd b&w 
$130; color $220, rent $10 
Jh-sh-ad 

Shows how various forms of radiation 
originate, their similarities, and their effects 
on living things. Includes views of Canada's 
atomic research center at Chalk River and 
the gamma field at the United States Brook- 
haven National Laboratory where effects of 
radiation on plant growth are studied 

LC card Fi A 60-838 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4801 

RADIATION IN BIOLOGY: INTRODUCTION. 

Coronet 1962 13%min sd b&w $75, color 

$150 

Jh-sh Guide 
Demonstrates how high energy radiations 
affect living plants and animals through 
laboratory experiments in one of the nation's 
leading research laboratories. The concepts of 
natural radiation and artificially produced ra- 
diation are clearly explained, and shows the 
use of radioactive materials in treating cancer 
and in studying the processes of growth, nutri- 
tion and reproduction in living things 

RAILROADERS. IntFlmBur 1960 22min sd 
b&w $95, rent $5 

el-Jh-sh-ad 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Tells about winter railroading in the 
Canadian Rockies and the men who keep the 
hnes clear. Shows the co-ordinated work of 
section hands and maintenance men, of train 
crews and telegraph operators who keep traffic 
moving 

RAIN. IntFlmBur 1961 lOmin sd color $110, 
rent $5 

p Guide 
Produced by Robert Edmonds 
Shows man's need for rain, explaining 
the water cycle by means of simple illustrations 
and terms. Discusses the phenomenon of the 
rainbow 

RAINY DAY AT THE CROSSROADS. NewHoU 
Mach 1962 llmin sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
As the raindrops fall, a farm equipment 
dealer closes a sale and shows an entire line 
of haying tools in the process 

RATIO AND PROPORTION IN MATHEMAT- 
ICS. Coronet 1961 llmin sd b&w $60. color 
$110 

Jh Guide 
Shows that ratio expresses a relationship 
between two numbers and points out that 
equal ratios form a proportion, which may be 
used in solving problems. Stresses that the 
units must be the same in finding ratios 
between two numbers 

LC card Fi A 61-970 

REACHING FOR THE STARS. Assn 1961 
IS^min sd b&w or color free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Holland- Wegman Produc- 
tions for Coming Glass Works 

Traces the development of scientific ap- 
paratus used to provide man with a knowl- 
edge of the stars and space, and discusses 
the role of glass in astronomical research. 
Explains how telescopes work, and describes 
the 200- inch Hale telescope, the Project Strato- 
scope balloon-borne telescopes, and the Mercury 
man-in-space project 

LC card Fi A 62-124 

REACHING INTO SPACE. IntFlmBur 1960 
14m{n sd color $150. rent $6 
el-Jh-sh 
Produced by Visual Education Films 
Introduces the basic considerations of 
modern space investigation. Presents a chrono- 
logical record of man's attempts to reach into 
space from the ancient discovery of rockets by 
the Chinese to present-day launchings. Elx- 
plains Newton's Third Law as it applies to 
rocket fiight, and depicts the amount of force 
necessary for a satellite to orbit, the escape 
speed necessary to break through the earth's 
gravitational pull, weather surveys and other 
ramifications of modern space research 

THE REAL STORY OF RADAR. CanNFB 
1961 30min sd b&w $130, rent $7 
sh-ad 
Interviews Sir Robert Watson Watt, "fa- 
ther of radar" 



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REAPPRAISAL OF NATO. NET 1959 29min 
sd b&w (Platform ser) rent $4.75 
c-ad 
Produced by WGBH-TV. Kinescope 
Presents an edited version of a speech 
delivered by Paul-Henri Spaak, secretary-gen- 
eral of NATO, in September 1958 to Boston's 
Atlantic Treaty Association. Provides an anal- 
ysis of NATO, its effectiveness in dealmg 
with current world problems and its future 
directions if i-t is to continue to be a force for 
peace 

LC card Fi A 61-549 

RECIPES FOR AUTOMATIC LAUNDERING. 

Maytagr 1961 4i/2min sd b&w or color (Linda 
Marshall Homemaker ser) purchase apply 
free-loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Douglas Productions 
Describes six basic launderiner recipes 
which can handle everything in the wash 
basket 

REED WEAVING AND WROUGHT IRON 
PROJECTS. AmHandicrafts 1956 15min sd 
color $75, free-loan 

jh-sh-ad 

Shows the basic principles of basket 
weaving and illustrates the modern treatment 
of weaving a wrought iron frame with reed 

LC card Fi A 61-999 

REGINA COELI: QUEEN OF HEAVEN. Rem- 
brandt 1960 ISmin si color $150. rent $15 
ad 

No narration 

Produced by Paul Haesaerts 

Belgium art critic and film maker Paul 
Haesaerts re-creates the story of the Holy 
Assumption of the Virgin Mary through the 
frescoes of the great fifteenth century pamter, 
Fra Angel ico 

REPORT OF A YEAR. MichStU 1961 28min sd 
b&w $150. free- loan 

sh-c-ad 
Synthesizes the events of a calendar 
year into a statement of the purposes, objec- 
tives, and operations of a state university 
LC card FI A 62-757 

A REPORT ON DU PONT ELASTOMERS. 

DuPont 1961 29min sd color free-loan 
sh-c-ad 
Produced by Audio Productions 
Depicts the role played by the Du Pont 
de Nemours Company in serving the rubber 
industry. Shows how chemical research con- 
tributes in developing new elastomers and how 
existing products are improved 

A REPORT TO THE NATION. AmHeart 1959 
29j^min sd b&w $70. rent $4 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Potomac Film Productions 
Presents highlights of a meeting where 
six scientists discuss gains made in diagnosis, 
prevention, and treatment of heart disease 
during the past ten years 
LC card Fi B 61-47 

RESEARCH IS ONLY THE BEGINNING. 

UnitedShoe 1961 29min sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Story of all that comes between re- 
search and shoe production and shows how 
United's machines for making shoes are "built" 
with particular emphasis on steps taken to 
ensure efficiency and reliability 

THE RESTLESS PLAINS. ColoStU 1961 22min 
sd color purchase apply, free -loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows the Great Plains of the United 
States. Deals with the transition from early 
times to the present. Presents many present 
day problems facing the dwellers of the Plains 
and offers possible solutions 

REVOLT IN HUNGARY. Assn 1958 26i/5,min 
sd b&w (The twentieth century ser) free- 
loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by CBS News for The Pruden- 
tial Insurance Co. of America 

Newsreel clips and documentary footage 
show the revolt in Hungary during the fall of 
1956 

LC card Fi A 58-1024 



DER RHEIN. IntFlmBur 1959 14min sd color 
$135. rent $8 

sh 

German narration 

Shows that this German language teach- 
ing film is easily understood by second-year 
German classes which have been prepared for 
the showing. Takes us on a trip along the 
Rhine from Koln to Mainz, presenting views of 
commerce on the river and of places along the 
way made famous by German legend, history 
and song 

RIDING THE BIG SURF, Cine'-Pic 1959 llmln 
sd color $100 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Scenes of surf- board riding by experts on 
the large and dangerous surfs in Hawaii which 
build up to 25 feet in height during the month 
of November 

LC card Fi A 60-3509 

THE RIGHT MAN. ModernTP 1960 40min sd 
b&w free- loan 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by CBS News for Travelers In- 
surance Companies 

Shows music, excitement, sound, and 
fury of our political heritage from the torch- 
light parade era to the jet age. Shows well- 
known stage personalities portraying some of 
the great political figures of history: Richard 
Boone as Abraham Lincoln. Martin Gabel as 
William Jennings Bryan. Art Carney as 
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and others 

THE RIGHT TO LIVE. UnltedGood 1961 15min 
sd color free- loan 

c-ad 
Produced by Northwestern. Inc. 
Shows workings of various agencies of 
United Good Neighbors 

THE RISE OF NATIONALISM 

In NATIONALISM AND COLONIALISM 
(16 films) 

RIVER: AN ALLEGORY. Filmlm 1961 14min 
sd color purchase apply 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Musical background, no narration 
Produced by William M. Harlow 
Color and sound effects are used to pre- 
sent an allegorical story in which the water 
cycle is portrayed and a river is followed from 
source to ocean 

LC card Fi A 62-127 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4730 

THE ROAD BACK. WashStPen 1962 28min 
sd color $175 

Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows numerous details of prison life 
and emphasizes the effort toward rehabilita- 
tion of the individual which dominates the 
institutional program in Washington 

ROAD TO EN -DOR. Broadman 1961 SOmin sd 
color $210. rent $10.50 
sh-ad 

Tells about a man who loses his wife and 
his self-respect through the influence of liquor. 
Points out the stark consequences of sin and 
explains that sin will lead any man to destruc- 
tion if he does not have Christ to lead him in 
a new direction 

LC card Fi A 61-918 

ROCKS THAT REVEAL THE PAST. Film 
Assoc 1962 12min sd b&w $70. rent $3.75; 
color $125. rent $6.25 

el-Jh Guide 
Tells that layered, or sedimentary, rocks 
often contain fossils: the remains of animals 
and plants that were alive when the rocks were 
formed. Fossils enable scientists to recon- 
struct the life of the past. The sedimentary 
rocks in which fossils are found help scientists 
to learn about the sequence on which living 
things appeared on earth. The layered rocks of 
the Grand Canyon provide us with fossil evi- 
dence of a billion years of earth history 

ROCKY MOUNTAINS: A GEOGRAPHIC RE- 
GION. Coronet 1962 llmin sd b&w $60, color 
$120 

el-Jh Guide 

Presents a geographic overview of the 

Rocky Mountains, one of the most spectacular 

features of the North American continent. A 

region of rich natural resources, including 



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minerals, forests, rushing rivers, as well as 
grazing and agricultural lands, these mountains 
have played a significant role in the develop- 
ment of the continent. Photographed in Alaska, 
Canada, and the Rocky Mountain states 
DC card Fi A 62-896 

THE ROLE OF NURSING IN INFECTION 
CONTROL. ANA-NLN 1962 25y2min sd 
b&w $95. free-loan 

c-ad Guide 
Produced by Dynamic Films for Dial Soap 
Research Laboratories 

Shows the essential role of the profes- 
sional nurse in the infection control programs 
of the community and hospital dramatized in a 
family situation. Stresses the principles of infec- 
tion control and demonstrates suggested pro- 
cedures 

ROMAN LIFE IN ANCIENT POMPEII. Suther- 
land 1961 16min sd color $150 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows a young girl of Pompeii reliving 
the days when her city was alive with activity 
— she leads vis through the streets, into bakery 
and wine shops, to hotels, gardens and temples. 
As she tells us of her life, the girl becomes a 
real personality. Photographed In a section of 
Pompeii almost perfectly preserved from the 
First Century A. D. 

LC card Fi A 62-716 

EFLiA evaluation card No. 4549 

ROMANESQUE PAINTERS. Filmlm 1962 12min 
sd color $180. rent $12.50 
sh-c-ad 
Produced by Rene Marjac. France 
Shows the Romanesque paintings which 
cover the walls and ceilings of many churches 
in France. Gives an account of the paintings 
and the working techniques then employed, as 
well as how these artists attempted to create 
with their works a link composed of universal 
symbols between the world of God and the 
world of man. Tells how these paintings were 
meant to present an effective mean as a cate- 
chism for the illiterate 

ROMANTISCHE STADTE. IntFlmBur 1961 
ISmin sd color $135. rent $7.50 
sh 

German narration 

Takes us to Munich, Dinkelsbtlhl and 
Rothenburg. where we view richly ornamented 
buildings, statuary, famous galleries, gardens, 
cafes, interesting townfolk and a fortified gate, 
tower and castle. To be used with intermediate 
classes 

ROTATE THE BODY. Tourtelot 1961 9min sd 
b&w $75: color $100. rent $7 
jh-sh-c-ad 
Points out the beauty of the controlled 
body movements of gymnasts who perform in a 
national competition held at the University of 
Illinois 

LC card Fi A 62-411 

ROUGHNECKS: THE STORY OF OIL DRILL- 
ERS. Contem 1962 22min sd b&w $100, rent 
$5 

el-Jh-ad 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Gives a real -life account of a drill crew 
in action and follows the race through wilder- 
ness to develop and prove out oil fields. Photo- 
graphed in northern Alberta. Canada 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4732 

ROWERS THROUGH THE ICE. Quebec 1956 
13min sd b&w or color free- loan 
p-el-jh-sh-c-ad 
French version available 
Shows the Quebec Winter Carnival's ice 
canoe race and tells how the courageous pad- 
dlers must guide and sometimes portage their 
heavy canoes from one shore to the other be- 
tween Quebec and L6vis across the frozen river 

RUSSIA IN EUROPE. IntFlmBur 1961 19min 
sd color $195. rent $9 
sh-c 
_,, Produced by John Dooley for Plymouth 
Films 

References to maps provide orientation 
for a study of European Russia — that part of 



Russia, lying west of the Urals, which is a 
continuation of the north European plain. 
Includes White Russia, the Ukraine and the 
Crimea, and geographical characteristics, natu- 
ral forestation. agriculture, the inland water- 
ways system and the chief cities are depicted 
and discussed. Explains Russia's one- party sys- 
tem briefly and portrays numerous examples of 
the propaganda constantly being carried on by 
the party 



THE SADDLEMAKER. Contem 1962 17min sd 
color $150. rent $7.50 
el 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Tells of a fourteen-year-old girl and 
her wish to own a saddle. Shows how Felmer 
Eamor of High River. Alberta, tools a saddle 
for herself from cowhide 

LC card Fi A 62-72 

SAFE FARMING U.S.A. Allis- Chalmers 1958 
4min sd b&w free- loan 
sh-ad 
A safety film about farm equipment, 
featuring the operation of the tractor 
LC card Fi A 62-692 

SAFETY IN THE CHEMICAL LABORATORY. 

ManfChem 1962 20min sd color $100, rent $10 
sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by Edward Fell Productions 
Points out certain basic laboratory haz- 
ards by demonstrating safe procedures to en- 
courage students and laboratory workers to 
cultivate safe work habits. Shows that chemi- 
cals in any form can be safety stored, handled 
or used if their physical and chemical properties 
are understood and the necessary precautions, 
including use of proper safeguards and personal 
protective equipment, are observed 

SAFETY THROUGH SEAT BELTS. CaliFU 

1960 12i^min sd b&w $37, rent $2 
sh-c-ad 
Through use of anthropometric dummies 
demonstrates that intersection collision forces 
far exceed any human capacity to survive 
them unless seat belts are used 

SAGA OF SAFETY SAM. IntFlmBur 1959 
15min sd b&w $85, rent $12.50 
ad 

Produced by Crawley Films for Abitibi 
Power and Paper Co. 

Stresses the importance of using safety 
shoes, non-slip gloves, goggles, a non-sinkable 
jacket, and a safety hat — in situations where 
each is valuable. Based on accidents which 
actually occurred, and presents its mes-sage in 
the manner of a folk song 

ST LAURENT BICYCLE RACE. Quebec 1958 
16min sd b&w or color free -loan 
p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

French version available 

Shows the Tour du St- Laurent bicycle 
race in Canada and gives an account of the 
ever increasing popularity of this trying 
achievement, which demands plenty of pluck, 
steady nerves and unwavering endurance 

SALVAGE JOB. Broadman 1961 28min sd 
b&w $180, rent $9 

Jh-sh-c-ad 
Tells story of a 19-year-old youth who 
becomes overly interested in "hot- rods" and 
learns, after a serious accident, the value of 
parental love and advice 
LC card Fi A 61-598 

THE SANDPILE DEATH. Carousel 1961 29min 
sd b&w (Look up and live ser) $135 
c-ad 
Produced bv CBS News 
Examines the meaning of life and death 
through dramatic vignettes. Discusses the 
meaning of each scene with a clergyman 

A SANE NUCLEAR POLICY. NET 1959 29min 
sd b&w (Platform ser) rent $4.75 
sh-c-ad 
Produced by WQED. Kinescope 
, Discusses methods of controlling nuclear 
testing. Outlines the obligation of the United 
States in assuming leadership in the control of 
such testing. Points out possible effects of 
continued testing 

LC card Fi A 61-554 



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SANTA CLAUS SUIT. Contem 1954 ISmin sd 
color $135. rent $5 

p-el-Jh-sh-ad 

Reveals the importance of belief and 
faith in ideals. Set within the framework of 
Christmas and its mood of expectancy, two 
puppets. Spots and Stripes are shown as they 
wrestle with and finally solve the question on 
the value of beliefs . ^ ^^ „^_ 

EFLA evaluation card No. 2410 

SARONGS AND SILVER. MalayaEmb 1957 
20min sd color $100. free-loan 
Jh-sh-ad 
Shows weaving and silver work on the 
East Coast of the Federation of Malaya 

SCALE SONG, FELT BOARD, XYLOPHONE 

In METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IN 

TEACHING MUSIC, SERIES 1 (5 films) 

SCALE SONG, KEYBOARD, AUTOHARP 

In METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IN 
TEACHING MUSIC, SERIES 1 (5 films) 

SCALE SONG, MAGNETIC STAFF, MELODY 
BELLS 
In METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IN 
TEACHING MUSIC, SERIES 1 (5 films) 

SCALE SONG, MUSIC STAFF, XYLOPHONE 

In METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IN 

TEACHING MUSIC, SERIES 1 (5 films) 

SCALE SONG, PERCUSSION, PENCIL 

In METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IN 
TEACHING MUSIC, SERIES 1 (5 films) 

SCANDINAVIAN ARTS AND CRAFTS. Barr 

1961 llmin sd color $120. rent $5 
el-Jh-sh-c-ad Guide 

Sponsored by Hiordis Kittel Parker 

Surveys the traditions and character of 
Scandinavian applied arts. Discusses the wood- 
carving of Norway and follows the production 
of Norwegian enamelware. royal Danish porce- 
lain, Swedish glassware, and Georg Jensen 
silver of Denmark. Describes the role of the 
artists, skilled craftsmen, and apprentices. 
Points out that the handicrafts in Scandinavia 
help to satisfy the fundamental need for beauty 
which is inherent in Scandinavians 

LC card Fi A 61-851 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4733 

DER SCHWARZWALD. IntFhnBur 1961 12mln 
sd color $135. rent $6 

sh 

Grerman narration 

Shows villages, farms and resorts of 
Germany's Black Forest. Typical architecture 
and scenic beauties of Baden-Baden, Freiburg, 
Pforzheim, Triberg and Donaueschingen are 
shown. For use by intermediate classes 

SCIENCE FAIR. IntFlmBur 1960 14min sd 
color $150. rent $6 

sh-c-ad 

Produced by Visual Education Films 
Shows aspects of science fairs. Depicts 
the carrying out of science fair projects by 
students, common difficulties, final papers and 
displays. Indicates organizational details en- 
countered by sponsors, chairmen and assis- 
tants. Gives three project reports in students' 
voices 

SCIENCE PROJECT. IntFilmBur 1960 14mln 
sd color $150. rent $6 
sh-c 
Produced by Visual Education Films 
Purpose is to activate student interest 
in scientific investigation by the project meth- 
od. Records a boy's adventure preparing his 
first science project— his search for a project 
idea research, planning and building— and the 
exhibition of the project (a simple computer) 
at a science fair 

^^'^■^^Fn.f ?.^S THE HIGH IRON. Modern 
TP 1961 27min sd color $175. free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Produced by Robert Tarnall Richie Pro- 
ductions for Assn. of American Railroads 

Shows the ways in which railroads are 
applying the fruits of research and technologi- 
cal developments m the modernization and im- 
provement of their operations and services 



SCIENTIFIC METHOD IN ACTION. IntFlmBur 

1960 19min sd color $195, rent $9 

Jh-sh 

Produced by Visual Education Films 

The falling object experiments of Galileo 
serve as introduction to the scientific method; 
actual historic motion pictures of polio experi- 
ments by Dr Jonas E. Salk and his research 
team show the application of the scientific 
method to a complex modem problem. Simple 
examples lend importance to the scientific 
method in everyday life, and the steps of the 
scientific method are seen to be flexible check- 
points to aid in the search for answers to a 
variety of problems 

LC card Fi 62-2057 

EFLA evaulation card No. 4324 

SCOTLAND DANCES. Contem 1960 14min sd 
color $175, rent $7.50 

el-Jh-ad 

Produced by The Films of Scotland Com- 
mittee 

Scottish dances old and new, in national 
costume and natural setting — indicating the 
traditions and history from which they origin- 
ated 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4550 

SEAPORT. EBF 1962 16min sd b&w $90. rent 
$3.50; color $180, rent $5 
p-el Guide 

Illustrates the complex structure of a 
large modem seaport. Shows how goods are 
handled by means of conveyor systems, pumps, 
electromagnets and other means, and how they 
are distributed throughout the land. Explains 
the functions of workers at a seaport 

LC card Fi A 62-852 

SEAWARDS THE GREAT SHIPS. Contem 

1961 29min sd color $175. rent $7.50 

el-Jh-ad 

Presents shipbuilding on the Clyde River 
In Scotland, showing the range and variety of 
ships, the men and their methods, culminating 
In the moment of launching a large passenger 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4691 

THE SECRET OF GRANBY LANE. Hour 1961 
27i^min sd b&w $180. rent $9; color $300. 
rent $13.50 

sh-c-ad 
Sponsored by Third Order of St Francis 
Matt Talbot of Dublin becomes an alco- 
holic at the age of 12. In his late twenties, he is 
still working hard and spending all his earnings 
on drink. Then he decides to take the pledge, 
and after a dramatic struggle, emerges victor 
over alcohol 

SEDUCTION OF THE INNOCENT. Davis.Sid 
1961 lOmin sd b&w $60, color $120 
Jh-sh Guide 

Tells the story of two young people who 
become victims of narcotics. Shows that from 
the first step of "dropping pills" to the final 
conclusion of full scale heroin addiction, there 
is no such thing as "a little narcotics" 

SEE IT AND BELIEVE IT. AV-ED 1961 llmin 
sd b&w $50 

p. el 

Produced by Jerry Coumeya 

Shows Hollywood's Jungle Compound 
beasts being put through their paces. All of the 
animals want to be "King of the Beasts" and 
they put on their act for the approval of the 
admiring chimpanzees 

SEGMENTATION: THE ANNELID WORMS. 
EBF 1961 16min sd (Biology ser) b&w $90, 
rent $4.50; color $180. rent $6.50 
sh-c Guide 

Describes the origin and dynamics of 
segmentation. Shows the four classes of annelid 
worms and studies their structure, behavior and 
habitats. Illustrates some of the more difficult 
concepts of the biology of annelids by anima- 
tion and microphotography. Gives special at- 
tention to the life cycle of the earthworm 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



SELECTING AN ACHIEVEMENT^ TEST. 
EducTest 1961 14min sd b&w $50. free-loan 
ad 

Shows that a Rood testinff program begins 
with good tests. Discusses some important ele- 
ments in good test selection mcludmg rele- 
vance, validity, balance and the need for a 
thorough understanding of the purpose of test- 
ing 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4692 

SEMI-FINISHED STEEL. USSteel 1961 8min 
sd color free-loan 

sh-c-ad Guide 

Produced by John Sutherland Productions 
Shows steelmaking processes involved in 
semi- finished steel 

SENTENCES. Bailey 1962 6min sd color (In- 
troduction to grammar ser) $65. rent $5 
el Guide 
Produced by Stuart Roe 
Explains the four kinds of sentences: 
statements, commands, exclamations, and ques- 
tions. Presents situations to illustrate the use 
of each kind. Discusses the subject and pre- 
dicate 

SENTENCES THAT ASK AND TELL. Coronet 

1961 llmin sd b«&w $60. color $110 

p Guide 

Explains that a sentence is a complete 
thought; shows the difference between askmg 
and telling sentences; and explains how punc- 
tuation and capitalization are used 

LC card Fi A 61-842 ^ _„^ 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4734 

SETS, CROWS, AND INFINITY. FilmAssoc 

1962 12min sd color $125 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Produced by Bruce and Katherine Corn- 
well 

Explores the mathematical ideas of sets 
and infinity. Introduces the comparison of 
sets and one-to-one correspondence between 
two sets. An infinite set is shown to be a 
set which is equivalent to the infinite set of 
whole numbers 

707 YEAR ONE. Boeing 1960 45min sd color 
free -loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Spanish version available 

Documentary summary of significant 707 
events of the year 1959, first full year of 
world travel by jetliner. Highlights: Boeing 
707 Intercontinental, from first fiight through 
FAA test program to inaugural airline fiights; 
Survey of deliveries to airlines, inaugurals, 
service achievements; President Eisenhower's 
11- nation tour by VC-137A and arrival speech; 
"Travelogue" sequence: "Around the world in 
40 hours" 

THE 720 STORY. Boeing 1961 24min sd color 
free-loan 

el-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Spanish version available 

Story of the Boeing 720 intermediate 
range jetliner, from concept to completion — 
its background of 707s in service around the 
world; its development and construction; its 
certifications and fiight testing 

SEVEN OF THE THREE. Employers 1961 
33min sd color purchase apply, free- loan 
c-ad Guide 
Produced by Mehring Productions 
Illustrates the functions and benefits of 
insurance in individual and personal lives. 
Includes stories about a widow, a construction 
worker, a building contractor, a paraplegic, a 
milk company, and several business men 
LC card Fi A 61-287 

SEVEN ROMAN ARTISTS AT WORK. Contem 
1962 21min sd color $175. rent $15 
ad 

Produced by Forma Art Associates 
Vignettes of the great contemporary 
Italian artists, Afro, Burri, Severini, Corpora, 
Consagra, Franchini, Dorazio, at work in Rome 
and Matta in Paris who rebuts the concepts 
of his Italian confreres 



SHADOW OF THE BOOMERANG. Worldwide 
1960 90min sd color purchase apply 
el-Jli-sh-c-ad 

Tells about an American brother and 
sister who nnanage a cattle station in the 
Australian "out- back." Portrays their reaction 
to Billy Graham's Australian Crusade's in- 
trusion into the life and routine of the station 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4659 

SHADOWS OF DOUBT. Broadman 1961 28min 
sd b&w $180. rent $9 

sh-c-ad 
Illustrates the damaging effects of jeal- 
ousy as shown in a dramatization about an 
arthritic woman who becomes jealous and 
thinks that her husband and niece are in love 
LC card Fi A 61-509 

SHADOWS ON OUR TURNING EARTH. Film 
Assoc 1962 lOmin sd b&w $60. rent $3; 
color $120. rent $5 

p Guide 
Shows that shadows are made when 
objects block light. Tells that the surface of 
the earth, on the side away from the sun, is 
always in shadow, and that the movement of 
the earth, as it turns continuously into and 
out of its own shadow, produces day and night 

THE SHARERS OF STAINLESS STEEL. 

RepubSteel 1961 18min sd color free-loan 
c-ad 
Produced by Wilding, Inc. 
Demonstrates the workability of stainless 
steel in order to combat the adage that stain- 
less is difficult to fabricate. Shows common 
and unusual methods of forming the metal 
LC card Fi A 61-985 

SHAVUOTH 

In HOLIDAYS IN ISRAEL (3 films) (Bar- 
rekette) 

SHEATH NEMATODE. CalifU 1961 lOmin sd 
color $80 

sh-c-ad 

Explores, through microcinematography, 
the life cycle, biology and control of the sheath 
nematode which causes thousands of dollars 
worth of damage yearly 

SHOP TOWN. Brandon 1961 5^min sd b&w 
$50, rent $5 

sh-c-ad 
Produced by F. L. McConkey 
Shows, with verse and drawings, a factory 
town, the monotony of the work, the super- 
ficiality of after hours entertainment, and how 
the life of the town ceases when the men are 
laid off 

SHORT TERM VISUAL MEMORY. BellTel 
1961 18min sd b&w free-loan 
c Guide 

Sponsored by the American Telephone & 
Telegraph Co. 

Shows an experiment in visual perception 
in which retention and erasure processes in 
visual perception were investigated. Results 
indicated the existence of a temporary in- 
formation storage either in the eye or brain 
which is used in the handling of visual in- 
formation 

A SHORT VISION. Contem 1956 7min sd b&w 
$65, rent $6.50; color $125. rent $10.50 
ad 
Produced by George K. Arthur 
Animated cartoons and filmed paintings 
by Joan and Peter Foldes describe the "end 
of the world" by atom bomb destruction 
LC card Fi A 57-806 
EFLA evaluation card No. 3104 

THE SIERRA LEONE STORY. Contem 1962 
ISmin sd b&w $80, rent $5 
Jh-sh-ad 

Sierra Leone citizens celebrate their In- 
dependence, as their government, industry, 
education and hopes for the future are re- 
viewed 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4580 



55 



EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE, 1962 



SILK MAKERS OF JAPAN. Bailey 1962 16min 
sd color $170. rent $10 

el-Jh-sh Guide 

Portrays the entire silk industry in its 
economic position as a vital contributor toward 
Japan's livelihood, and as an important com- 
modity in world trade. Shows how caterpillars 
are raised on one typical farm, from their 
hatching to the final spinning- of the cocoons. 
Emphasizes the farmer's task in growmg: 
quantities of mulberry leaves to feed the young 
caterpillars. Tells how some cocoons are used 
to weave silk cloth on hand looms m Japanese 
homes: but most of them are sold to factories 
in the cities. Shows the complete factory 
processing of raw silk thread, government test- 
ing methods, and preparations for exporting 
the silk. Tells how Japan retains much of.it 
to be woven into a variety of beautiful fabrics 

EFL.A evaluation card No. 4802 

SIMILAR TRIANGLES IN USE. IntFlmBur 
1961 llmin sd color $120. rent $5 
sh 

Produced by Robert Edmonds 
Shows the practical value of knowing 
that corresponding sides of similar triangles 
are proportional: how measurement of triangles 
is used to determine the distances between 
thing's we cannot easily reach. Uses of the 
surveyor's quadrant and sextant are shown 

SIMPLE DEMONSTRATIONS WITH AIR. 
Coronet 1962 llmin sd b&w $60. color $120 
el-Jh Guide 

Demonstrates the basic concepts of . air. 
showing that air occupies space, has weight, 
and exerts pressure 

LC card Fi A 62-272 

SIMPLE DEMONSTRATIONS WITH MAG- 
NETISM. Coronet 1962 llmin sd b&w $60. 
color $120 

el-Jh Guide 

Demonstrations and experiments explain 
anxi illustrate the basic concepts of magnetism, 
showing that magnets produce a force, that 
magnets have poles, that magnets can make 
other magnets, and that the earth is a magnet 

LC card Fi A 62-273 

SIMPLE DEMONSTRATIONS WITH WATER. 

Coronet 1962 13i/4min sd b&w $75. color 
$150 

el-Jh Guide 

Performs demonstrations to illustrate that 
water has surface tension, that water exerts 
pressure, and that water can produce a buoyant 
force 

LC card Fi A 62-271 

SIMPLE PLANTS— THE ALGAE. EBF 1962 
17min sd (Biology ser) b&w $90. rent $4.50: 
color $180. rent $6.50 

sh-c Guide 

Shows the diversity of these simple 
plants that range in size from single cells to 
gigantic kelps. Stresses the importance of 
algae in terms of their being the basic food 
supply of nearly all acquatic animals, and in 
that they generate a large proportion of the 
oxygen in the atmosphere. Shows some of 
the practical aspects of the use of algae for 
food, cosmetics, and suggests possible use of 
algae in space exploration 

THE SINEW-BACKED BOW AND ITS AR- 
ROWS. CalifU 1961 24min sd color lease 
$225. loans $12.50 

el-Jh-ad 

Shows the almost obsolete Yurok Indian 
craft of fashioning the sinew- backed bow and 
arrow 

EFLiA evaluation card No. 4803 

THE ^SINGLE. CELLED ANIMALS— PROTO- 
?o9^- ^?^/i^2 16min sd (Biology ser) b&w 
$90. rent $4.50: color $180. rent $6.50 
sh-c Guide 

Photomicrography (with phase-contrast 
optics) of living protozoans of each class are 
shovvTi m characteristic behavior. Using Para- 
mecium, feeding, temperature responses, and 
avoiding behavior, digestion and reproduction 
are studied 



SIXTY SEVEN SOUTH. NYPortAuth 1961 
25min sd color free-loan 
c-ad 

Shows what happens from the moment an 
exporter receives an order from overseas until 
the cargo is loaded in the hold of a ship. 
Focuses on the activities of the people who 
handle the goods and process the myriad 
papers vital to the efficient flow of interna- 
tional trade. Typical shipments by rail, truck 
and air are taken through processes such as 
forwarding, customs and consular documenta- 
tion, marine insurance, export packing and 
financing 

EFLA evaluation card No. 4764 

SIZZLING SIXTIES. Wilding 1960 Smin sd color 

$75. rent $25 

sh-c-ad 

Sponsored by Swift & Co. 

Shows the progress predicted for the next 

ten years and compares the next ten years 

increase with the last 40 to 50 years. The film 

is done in slide motion with moving graphs 

SKIING AT THE CHATEAU TONGARIRO. 

NZeaJEmb 1961 13min sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Shows skiing in the winter playground of 
Tongariro National Park. North Island. New 
Zealand 

SKIPPY AND THE 4TH R. Methodist-TRAFCO 
1961 24min sd b&w $140, rent $7; color $210, 
rent $11 

c-ad Guide 
Tells about a boy who is guided by a 
church school teacher who is instructing him 
in the fourth R of religion 
LC card Fi A 61-833 

SKIS ON MOUNT ORFORD. Quebec 1960 
14V^min sd b&w or color free-loan 
p-el-Jh-sh-c-ad 
French version available 
Shows skiing competitions on Mount Or- 
ford. Stars the Olympic ski champion, Lucille 
Wheeler, and Anne Heggtweit 

THE SKY. IntFlmBur 1961 lOmin sd color $110, 
rent $5 

p Guide 
Produced by Robert Edmonds 
Presents basic scientific facts about the 
sky and the objects in it: sun. inoon, stars, 
clouds. Discusses the functioning of a sundial, 
the nature of wind, and the reason the sun 
appears red when setting 

SKY HIGH IN NEW ZEALAND. NZealEmb 
1961 15min sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 
Scenic views of Southern Alps in New 
Zealand showing Mt Cook, Tasman Glacier and 
ski grounds of the area 

SKYLARKS OVER SIMONS HILL. NZealEmb 
1961 12min sd color free-loan 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Shows gliders operating over the foothills 
of the Southern Alps near Christchurch in New 
Zealand 

SKYSCRAPER. Brandon 1962 21min sd $150. 
rent $7.50; b&w, part color 
Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by Shirley Clarke, Irving Jacoby 
and Willard Van Dyke for Tishman Realty & 
Construction Co. 

Story of a changing city and of the birth 
and construction of a modern skyscraper. Ex- 
plains that New York's changing skyline is a 
reflection of the city's own vinique qualities of 
growth and change 

LC card Fi A 59-327 

SMALL PLANET. Contem 1959 lOmin sd b&w 
$45, rent $5 

el-Jh-ad 
Produced by International Civil Aviation 
Organization, United Nations 

Shows various types of jet aircraft, their 
development and what they mean to the world's 
air routes 

LC card Fi A 60-658 



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ALPHABETICAL TITLE LIST 



SMEAR AND SQUASH TECHNIQUES. Thome 

1961 5Vgmin sd color (Biological techniques 
ser) $55, rent $5 

sh-c 

Correlated with the Biological Sciences 
Curriculum Study textbook "High school biol- 

Illustrates the preparation and use of 
onion root tip and "Tradescantia" bud m a 
quick and easy method of making slides in the 
classroom for the study of mitosis. Includes 
photomicrographs to show the obtainable re- 
sults 

LC card Fi A 62-41 

SNAILS: BACKYARD SCIENCE. FilmAssoc 

1962 llmin sd b«&w $60, rent apply; color 
$120, rent apply 

p Guide 

Shows the common backyard snail: it 
moves slowly and will not harm us; it lives in 
damp and shady places; it has two pairs of 
stalks on its head, with eyes at the end of the 
longer pair; it has a shell which helps protect 
its soft, moist body from drying out 

SNOW. FilmAssoc 1961 13min sd b&w $75, rent 
$3.75; color rent $6.05 

Jh-sh Guide 

Produced by National Film Board of 
Canada 

Presents various facts about snow, ex- 
plaining that it has behavior patterns, that 
it changes forin in order to survive, and that 
its whiteness has purpose. Animation and 
photography show snowflakes forming In the 
upper atmosphere, to illustrate why the smooth 
crystals of "powder" snow are a favorite of 
skiers, while the congealing crystals of "corn" 
may warn of the impending sweep of an 
avalanche 

LC card Fi A 62-65 

SNOWS OF AORANGI. Brest 1958 llmin sd 
color $145 

e!-Jh-sh-c-ad 

Produced by New Zealand Screen Board 
Shows high altitude skiing in New Zea- 
land 

SOMETHING FOR THE GIRLS. GirlS 1962 
28min sd color $120, rent $5 
p-el-jh-sh-c-ad Guide 
Produced by George Stoney Associates 
Describes the highlights of girl-scouting 
dunng the past 50 years, using old newsreel 
footage, rare photographs, and specially filmed 
scenes of scouting today. Features a family 
that has been active in scouting for three 
generations 

LC card Fi A 62-277 

SONG OF THE PRAIRIE. Rembrandt 1957 
19mm sd b&w $75, rent $5; color $175, rent 
$10 

el-ad 

Produced by Jiri Trnka 

A puppet play, complete with singing 
hero, innocent heroine, mustachioed villain, 
the stagecoach robbery, chase, gunflght and 
rescue. Ppkes fun at the stereotyped Holly- 
wood musical western 

^^^^91 i^l^P .iP.'^NC^S OF MAORILAND. 
NZealEmb 1961 13min sd color free-loan 
sh-c-ad 

ivTo^,,-^^®"^^^ traditional songs and dances of the 
rlu.^i^ performed in natural surroundings. In- 
Sif ^'n^^ °^ Maori carving, weaving and a 
model village at Rotorua, North Island 

SONGS. OF THE AUVERGNE. Janus 1961 
17min sd b&w $125. rent $15 "*"'"» ■^^'ox 

el-ad 

r.f +hF^^}^^^^ ^^? ^^}^y ^ife and appearances 
^LfJj^o,'Sr^^''^i?^^ village in this ancie