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From the Field to the Cradle (1911)

An interesting industrial picture of greatest educational value, showing the process by which milk is delivered to the millions. It shows the safeguards erected by sanitary scientists to ... See full summary »

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An interesting industrial picture of greatest educational value, showing the process by which milk is delivered to the millions. It shows the safeguards erected by sanitary scientists to protect health; the old unsanitary methods are also shown. The modern system pictured includes mechanical milking, the handling in the dairy, filtering, weighing, cleaning and sterilizing the bottles by machinery, filling them, loading the wagons, delivering the milk to the customer, filling baby's bottle and "quick lunch," in which the baby is doing his part. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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7 October 1911 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Released as a split reel along with the comedy Revenge Is Sweet (1911). See more »

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