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- Depicts the events and conditions leading to the writing of the U.S. Constitution, the formulation of the Great Compromise between the small and large states, the struggle for ratification, and the addition of the Bill of Rights. For junior high, high school, and college students. Pictures some of the historical background of the struggle by the colonies for independence and of the signing of the Constitution. Includes Shay's rebellion against the tariff, the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation, and the disagreements among states. Shows how the misunderstanding between large and small states led to the establishment of a House and a Senate.
- Main contributors:
- McRobbie Family
- Comprised of three short films by Walton Films, "The Reign of King George VI," "Elizabeth - Our Queen," and "Trooping the Colour Ceremony," and one film by Peak Film Productions, "London," about England's Royal Family and London (in order of appearance):
The Reign of King George VI - “A tribute to His late Majesty, including his Coronation, war-time shots with his troops, post-war years, and the last tragic pictures taken at London Airport on January 31st, 1952. The Lying-in-State and Royal Funeral.” - Walton Films 1958 Film Catalogue
Elizabeth - Our Queen - “A fine film portrait of our gracious Sovereign, showing her wedding in Westminster Abbey, a family gathering when Princess Anne was christened, and other events leading to her accession.” - Walton Films 1958 Film Catalogue
London (K68, Reel 1) - “Piccadilly; Eros; Night Signs; Oxford Street; Park Lane; Hyde Park Corner. United States Embassy; Roosevelt Memorial.” - Peak Film Catalogue 1954
Trooping the Colour Ceremony - “The historic ceremony as the Guards honour the Queen’s Official Birthday. Magnificent close-ups of Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace and Horse Guards Parade." - Walton Films 1958 Film Catalogue
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- Discusses and illustrates the size, shape, composition, and organization of a living cell, and, with the use of a model and a simplified drawing, shows the different parts. Points out a few of the differences between a plant and an animal cell. (KUHT) Film.