Most Popular "Manufacturing" Titles
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1. Extract (2009)
R | 92 min | Comedy, Crime, Romance
Joel, the owner of an extract plant, tries to contend with myriad personal and professional problems, such as his potentially unfaithful wife and employees who want to take advantage of him.
5. Tucker: The Man and His Dream (1988)
PG | 110 min | Biography, Drama
The story of Preston Tucker, the maverick car designer and his ill-fated challenge to the auto industry with his revolutionary car concept.
6. Minecraft (2009 Video Game)
Welcome to the world of minecraft, you can build, brew potions, enchant your armor and tools, adventure other biomes. Visit the nether, or even defeat the enderdragon in the end.
7. Detropia (2012)
Not Rated | 90 min | Documentary
A documentary on the city of Detroit and its woes, which are emblematic of the collapse of the U.S. manufacturing base.
8. Humanité (1999)
148 min | Drama, Mystery
When an 11-year-old girl is brutally raped and murdered in a quiet French village, a police detective who has forgotten how to feel emotions--because of the death of his own family in some kind of accident--investigates the crime, which turns out to ask more questions than it answers.
11. Where the Toys Come from (1984)
58 min | Animation, Adventure, Family
Two curious toys, Peepers and Zoom, wonder about how they become toys. Aided by Robin, their equally curious owner, Zoom and Peepers visit a toy museum - "Home for Old Toys" to discover their existence.
14. The Little Adventuress (1938)
Approved | 60 min | Adventure, Drama, Music
Two circus acrobats hurtle to their death when a wire snaps and their daughter, "Pinky" Horton, has to face the future as an orphan. Unwilling to live with her stern Aunt Hattie, she and ... See full summary »
17. How Many People Does It Take? (2011 TV Movie)
TV-PG | 120 min | Documentary
Dave investigates the factories that make various objects and counts how many people it takes to make a bottle of bourbon, a deck of playing cards, fireworks, a 9mm pistol, a helicopter, and a bomb-defusing robot.
18. Vitaphone Pictorial Revue (Series 2) #11 (1938)
11 min | Documentary, Short
Three short pictorial documentaries are shown. In "Chemical Magic", the process of producing synthetic plastics is presented. The benefits of using synthetics plastics for their strength ... See full summary »
19. Our Dreams (2012)
Not Rated | Documentary
This film was made by John Girdwood in 2012 to give perspective on youth and sports in deindustrialized cities like Flint, Lansing, and Detroit. All participants were contacted through ... See full summary »
60 min | Documentary
Seven years in the making, this is the first full length American documentary about the beloved but often misunderstood squeeze box: it's history and variety.
24. The Factory Lesson (2012)
10 min | Short, Sci-Fi
The year is 2135 A.D. or 2121 A.O. (after Obama). A 12 year student is almost heart broken at what she sees in this wasteland; a factory in ruins. Once a powerful machine that allowed ... See full summary »
9 min | Documentary, Short
The process of manufacturing fiberglass chairs is shown through visuals only, with no narration.
26. Crack o' Dawn (1925)
Passed | 63 min | Action, Adventure, Crime
The Thompson-Thorpe automobile was once a great car but the failure of the owners to be able to agree on needed changes led to the break-up of the company, and Thompson and Thorpe has each ... See full summary »
30. Rip Roaring Riley (1935)
Approved | 55 min | Action, Crime, Drama
G-Man Ted Riley (Lloyd Hughes ) is ordered to investigate happenings at Diamond Island, where a bogus Major Gray (Grant Withers) is reported engaged in manufacturing a new brand of secret ... See full summary »
31. Mechanix Illustrated No. 3 (1939)
Approved | 10 min | Documentary, Short, Sport
This entry follows the manufacture of shotgun shells through the various processes, and then shows the use of the shells by championship skeet-shooters, one of whom just happens to be Grad ... See full summary »
Approved | 9 min | Short, News
This edition takes a look at Billy Arthur, the world's tiniest editor, who edits "News and Views"; the building of exact replicas of famous battle ships; a sixteen-year-old boy who designs ... See full summary »
Longines Chronoscope (1951–1955)
Episode dated 30 November 1953
Lesueur and Kenneth Cramer, executive editor of Business Week, interview Charles R. Sligh Jr., president of the National Association of Manufacturers. Topics discussed include the ... See full summary »
Unnatural Causes (2008– )
Not Just a Paycheck
29 min | Documentary
How does employment policy and job insecurity affect our health? Residents of western Michigan struggle against depression, domestic violence and an up-tick in heart disease and diabetes ... See full summary »
Moyers & Company (2012– )
The Pope, Poverty and Poetry
TV-G | News, Talk-Show
In just a few months, Pope Francis, the first in history to take the name of the patron saint of the poor, has proven to be one of the most outspoken pontiffs in recent history, especially ... See full summary »
The Big Bang Theory (2007– )
The Work Song Nanocluster
TV-14 | 20 min | Comedy
Sheldon's assistance with Penny's home-based business leads to disaster.