Other than a few other films from time to time, this is the only Centron production that is painfully boring. I guess I'm not a sewing person. The thing is that this was their first ever film in 1947. I heard the woman in the film, identified as Mrs. Freark, had a hair-do that almost caught on fire when a light was moved too close to her hair. For some reason, Young America Films thought this was the best instructional film of 1947, so they distributed the movie. Being a citizen of Lawrence, Kansas, where Centron was based and shot almost all of their films, I must say that they have done over a hundred excellent films--this just happens to not be one of them. I heard they did a whole sewing series! That'd be hard to sit through.
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