Eddie Cantor, Joel Grey, Eddie Fisher, Marion Colby, Evelyn Gould, Gehrig & Weissmuller, William Warfield, Miche'le Auclair, Al Goodman, Furth Ulman, George Habib, Sam Fuller, Kingman T. Moore, Manning Ostroff
Dramatizes key episodes in the life of this founder of American constititional law; the predisposing experiences of his boyhood, his role in the American Revolution, his career in national politics leading to appointment as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Characterizes the founder of America constitutional law. Reveals the significant experiences of Marshall's boyhood, and traces his political career. Presets court decisions through which Chief Justice Marshall established the Supreme Court as the highest authority in determining the constitutionality of American legislation.
Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc., F. W. Keller, E. S. Keller, Jack Cardiff, Casper J. Kraemer
Tells how in 79 A.D. the violent eruption of Vesuvius buried the city of Pompeii beneath a devastating rain of dust and ashes, where it remained until recently. Pictures the city as it has been uncovered and partially restored. The commentator recreates the life of the city as gardens, statues, streets, temples, and the amphitheater are shown. Then shifts to Naples, twelve miles away, with Vesuvius in the background--a symbol, reminder, and warning of the fate Naples so narrowly escaped.
Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., Lawrence K. Frank
Contrasts the various parental attitudes toward children's questions, and shows the effects on a child's personality of interest and concern about his questions, or a negative, rejecting attitude on the part of parents. Demonstrates typical reactions to children's questions about death, birth, illness, and policeman on the corner.
Pictures the fifty-two-day migration of 1,500 sheep over some of the roughest terrain in the United States. The herder, Rosalio Lucero is portrayed as a true hero who completes his monumental task with infinite patience and skill. Includes many close-ups of the wildlife along their path in the desert and mountains of Arizona.
An advertisement for General Electric garbage disposals in which an offscreen male narrator describes the disease risk from common houseflies and how the town of Jasper, Indiana eradicated most of their flies through reforming garbage collection and installing GE kitchen disposals. Close-ups of flies and footage of Jasper accompany the narration. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for General Electric in which actor and Native American chief Dan George talks about the significance of Lake Tahoe to his people. An offscreen male narrator discusses how General Electric's sewage treatment systems allow Lake Tahoe to remain one of the cleanest lakes in the world. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for General Motors in which a male narrator describes the company's initiative in designing a windshield that can withstand the impact of stones. Two test drives, first with a regular windshield and the second with GM's more damage-resistant windshield, are demonstrated, and the narrator argues that the new windshields are further proof that GM cares about keeping consumer repair costs down. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
Depicts events in the daily life of a Black family living on Palmour Street in Gainesville, Georgia. Illustrates basic concepts on mental health, and points out the influences, both negative and positive, that parents can have upon the mental and emotional development of their children.
A public service announcement from the Glass Container Manufacturers Institute in which a young man and woman leave various forms of litter around a city as they have fun on a date. An offscreen male narrator implores the viewer on behalf of glass manufacturers to "make love, not litter" and "keep America beautiful." Submitted for the Clio Awards.