An advertisement for the Lady Gillette razor in which a female narrator describes the product over scenes of women's legs walking down a street, two women in a salon, and a woman shaving in the bath. A female chorus sings a jingle over a shot of a man helping a woman onto a horse. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
Edward R. Feil, Mary Feil Hellerstein, Herman Hellerstein, Kathryn Hellerstein, Nellie Feil, Harold S. Feil, Beth Hellerstein, Susan Hellerstein, Leslie Feil, Betsy Feil, Amy Feil, Ellen Feil, Daniel Hellerstein, Jonathan Hellerstein
Home movie of the Feil family throwing a 10th birthday party for Leslie Feil, eldest child of George (Ed Feil's brother) and Maren Feil. Shows Leslie opening presents surrounded by her sisters and cousins. Mary Hellerstein is holding baby Beth, her youngest child.
An advertisement for Liberty Mutual's "Protection in Depth" worker's compensation policies, in which an offscreen male narrator describes Liberty Mutual's workplace safety initiatives over scenes of human hands hugging children, welding in a factory, and receiving physical therapy. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for Liberty Mutual's "Protection in Depth" worker's compensation policies, in which a welder in Houston, Texas describes receiving benefits from his employer after losing his hand in an accident on the job. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for Lucky Strike cigarettes in which a radio DJ smokes the product while describing it to listeners and then plays a jingle. Submitted for Clio Awards category Tobacco Products and Supplies.
In a commercial for Lux soap a narrator voices the thoughts of a couple as they embrace. The narrator states how the woman eased her worries about her appearance by using Lux soap. The commercial concludes with the couple kissing.
Reviews Eric Hoffer's views on man as a truly free being. Describes check of absolute power and struggle away from the animal in man as prerequisites to freedom. Reveals play as one of the best times for man to receive insight.
An advertisement for Manufacturer's Trust Bank in which an animated girl rides a pogo stick that she saved money for using the bank, and the narrator instructs the viewer about the organization's services. Submitted for Clio Awards category Banks.
An advertisement for Max Factor Sheer Genius in which a male narrator, accompanied by music, describes how the makeup acts as "foundation, liquid, moisturizer, and powder." The narrator lists five reasons for choosing Sheer Genius over close-ups of a woman's face and animated images of the product. The advertisement ends with a woman tossing her hair. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for Max Factor Fine Line lipsticks in which a female narrator describes the "slim new fluted case" and wedge tip as a woman showcases the products through various split screens and animated graphic effects. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for Max Factor in which a female narrator, accompanied by music, describes Ooh La California lipsticks and nail polishes with matte finishes while another woman displays the products. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company in which a child draws pictures while his father describes in voiceover how a Metropolitan agent helped the family take stock of their financial assets. An offscreen narrator touts Metropolitan's "family security check-up" offerings. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for My Sin by Lanvin in which a woman holding a black cat addresses the camera and highlights the different lines of My Sin fragrances. The products described include My Sin Spray Mist, My Sin Eau de Lanvin, My Sin Perfume, and a purse sized flacon designed by Cartier. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
A public service announcement from the National Clearinghouse for Drug Abuse Information in which an offscreen chorus sings a modified version of the children's rhyme "Ten Little Indians" over scenes of people suffering and overdosing from illicit drug use. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for National Cotton Council fibers in which a narrator describes how Mrs. Powers had trouble getting clothes clean until she discovered cotton products. Submitted for Clio Awards category Apparel.
An advertisement for Nationwide auto insurance in which a car travels across desert, country, and city environments while an offscreen male narrator describes the benefits of Nationwide policies. The car receives directions from a Native American man on a horse as the narrator explains how Nationwide helps policy holders "find their way" when they are lost. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for Nationwide life insurance in which a small boy pretends to shave using his father's shaving cream and lotion. A narrator describes the benefits of life insurance policies for providing family protection so that "little shavers" can become grown men. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
A public service announcement from the New York City Department of Health in which a rat is shown burrowing its way underneath a scene of children playing outside as ominous music plays. An offscreen male narrator encourages viewers to cut off rats' food sources by disposing of garbage in a lidded trash can. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
This film was shot on the 1963 Agri-business Caravan to Common Market nations in Europe and is used to show farm, business and civic groups some of the ideas the caravaners gathered on the trip. A movie co-produced by Dr. Landis Bennett, who is in charge of the visual Aids Section at North Carolina State College, has won first place in national competition sponsored by the Farm Film
The Farm Film Foundation $500 Award went to L. W. Riley, visual education editor, Clemson University, for his European-made film "One Ocean Away."
A public service announcement for the Opportunities Industrialization Center's (OIC) adult education programs in which a Black man from New York recounts his difficulties finding and sustaining a job until OIC taught him a useful trade. The man addresses the camera about the importance of learning a skill to make it in the world. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
William C. “Bill” Smith of Oregon Educational Broadcasting, who hosts and narrates this group of programs, takes youngsters on a day’s jaunt to an Oregon “egg factory,” a dairy farm and a dairy manufacturing plant to show them that, though milk, butter and eggs still come from the same old reliable sources, the ways which they are processed have changed considerably. On a farm where 100,000 laying hens produce enough eggs in one day to feed cities the size of Schenectady; New York; St. Joseph, MO; and Kalamazoo, Michigan, we see how eggs are gathered, cleaned and graded, and sent to market. On the dairy farms we see modern milking methods and milk being transported to a manufacturing plant. Processes involved in bottling milk and making cheese are seen, and the ice cream bar section is visited.