With Loucks and Norling Studios (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)



1. In Tune with Tomorrow (1939)

15 min | Animation, Short

7.5
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Through stop motion, a car is built piece-by-piece in 3-D with the added enhancement of music and sound effects. Each part becomes "alive" and has its own distinct characteristics. Originally made for the 1939 World's Fair.

Director: John Norling | Star: Edward Bowes

Votes: 9

2. Pete Roleum and His Cousins (1939)

Approved | 25 min | Animation, Short, Family

5.9
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Pete illustrates the many uses of oil in daily life, showing that the world depends on it.

Director: Joseph Losey | Star: Charles R. Bowers

Votes: 106

3. Thrills for You (1940)

8 min | Documentary, Short

7.0
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Promotional film for the Pennsylvania Railroad, featuring 3-D footage of its passenger and freight trains, facilities, and services.

Votes: 5

4. Mobile Telephones (1949)

10 min | Documentary, Short

5.6
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How the mobile telephone system works, and how mobile phones can benefit businesses such as trucking and construction companies.

Votes: 5

5. Switchboards, Old and New (1932)

11 min | Short

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Traces the development of voice switching methods from the first system that utilized the wires of a burglar alarm unit in Boston in 1877, to the "latest type" of switching in central ... See full summary »


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