Part of the PEACE AND WAR issue.
C/U of actor dressed as ancient warrior, superimposed flames rise around him. Superimposed title reads: "Mars". Animated diagram of arrow pointing to planet Mars' position in night sky.
Various shots of actors dressed as cavemen sacrificing girl to...
Animation featuring the characters Sammy and Sausage - this week they apply to be film actors.
Quirky item about hats, with cartoons by Joe Noble.
Joe Noble illustrates the qualities of the sun.
An informative look at the way the ear works, with diagrams by Joe Noble.
History of telescopes includes a look at some modern and powerful examples - no soundtrack.
Wedding customs from around the World are recreated by actors and a cartoon.
Joe Noble uses diagrams and sketches to demonstrate the elements.
Item about signatures and autograph books.
Animation featuring characters Sammy and Sausage - story revolves around time travel.
Astronomy and the moon; from Galileo to new high powered telescopes in America.
Fantastic look back at entertainers, celebrities, theatrical entertainments, authors and artists.
A mish mash of live action footage and cartoons on the subject of water.
An educational but entertaining look at the way the eyes' function - includes bit on hypnosis.
Great film about electricity featuring animation by that crazy man Joe Noble.
Animation on the subject of legs showing different bones and muscles of the legs and how they are used.
Extract from a Joe Noble cartoon - Joe is seen "smoking underwater" through a camera trick.
Sammy and Sausage animation - the characters lift a maid's skirt with the aid of some bellows.
A pastiche of scenes from Metropolis - Sammy and Sausage perform some experiments.
Planets are seen in the show at the Hayden Planetarium in the New York World's Fair.
Cartoonist Joe Noble has fun suggesting different shapes and uses for barrage balloons.
Quirky stuff - probably designed for children - Vera-Ellen in rehearsal. c. 1950
Informative item about bridges, with cartoons by Joe Noble.
Comedy golf routine by Clapham and Dwyer - slapstick stuff.
Item about circles - in architecture, science, maths and everyday life. Includes Joe Noble cartoons.