Pathe reporter John Parsons interviews factory workers about production efforts. London.
Women and men at work in a mint.
Out takes (cuts, rushes) for stories featured in CP 305.
Secondary school pupils learn about finances by setting up their own bank and printing their own cheques.
Two year old motorcyclist in Camberley & money burning in America.
Book production, banana imports and making money at the mint.
New York sees a massive parade to boost the New Deal and fight the depression.
Aerial views of housing and industry encroaching into the countryside.
A German food research centre has developed new ways of producing vegetables and animals for food
Fantastic film educating Americans on the bizarre customs, etiquette and traditions of the British! c 1974
Fantastic film educating Americans on the bizarre customs, etiquette and traditions of the British! c. 1974
Design and production of banknotes at Morris Waterlow and Sons in Worship Street, London.
Government urges the population to save bones for various uses.
Toys and Christmas cards are getting ready for Christmas.
Great documentary about the food production company Erin Foods. c. 1965
Educational film all about buffaloes - close ups of hooves, horns, tails etc.
Various shots in a car building factory making open topped sports cars.
Processes involved in making cement - an educational film originally shown in schools.
Churchill makes a speech about various matters including Communism.
Processes involved in grain production in Canada - transportation, packing etc.
Pathe investigates the problem of inflation.
Animation featuring that naughty dog Jerry - this week he orders some food by post.
Documentary about the manufacture and export of British motor cars. c. 1962
Unedited material of organic entities seen under a microscope - for Secrets of Nature films probably.
New scientific method of growing tomatoes without soil in California.
Man perfects camera device which enables him to see the growth of flowers.
Ministry of Information trailer about saving fuel.
Ministry of Information cartoon trailer asking people to limit domestic use of electricity.
American President Franklin D. Roosevelt gives a speech reassuring people of the country's solvency.
Skiffle band performs in famous barber shop at weekends - good sound.
Crazy game involving motorcycles with side cars - probably some kind of motor show event.
Angeline the performing monkey sings, plays the violin and smokes cigarettes.
Massed cross country run in the woods outside Paris.
Good harvest feeds the country - agriculture needs mechanisation, says farmer.
Great 1930s Harvesting footage - horses, pitch forks and the farmer's home spun wisdom.
Demonstration of agricultural machinery to aid smallholders.
A Ministry of Information trailer. A family are shown how saving fuel in the home can help with industry and the war effort
Terry Thomas shows what will happen to shoppers if people don't save their paper.
Fantastic film about new housing - slum dwellers are rehoused in nice suburban accommodation.
Sheldon Downey's US pension scheme, woolly hooded coats and Lockheed planes taking off.
Trailer explaining about pension increases.
Eisenhower warns labour & industry to hold the line against unjustified wage & price increases.
Government increases old age pensions for 4 shillings - not enough according to pensioners.
A short trailer film giving information about the working of the old age pension scheme.
Terry Thomas urges people to switch off their electricity during peak hours to save power.
Trailer asking people to save gas and electricity - set in a cinema.
Public information trailer about saving coal - dramatic re-enactment of Guy Fawkes conspiracy.
M of I trailer about saving fuel, starring George Cole and Alastair Sim (as Emperor Nero).
Farmers from the American Midwest go to California to work on Government Farm Camps.
Exact duplicate of the same story (No 519.27) found on this tape.
Great film of all areas of Ford's massive car production plant.
Speeding up US missile production by using computer tapes to start mechanical production.
Film detailing attempts to control the mosquito population to stamp out malaria in Sardinia. c. 1950
Great film about lorry drivers who work through the night.
A look at the Alucam aluminium production plant in Cameroon. West Africa.
Motor car assembly line, men working on Thunderjet aircraft.
American farmers use mass production methods to gather in their bumper wheat crop.
Concertinas are made and played at a factory in Islington.
Brilliant item showing women cosmetic factory workers being interviewed - Colour.
Weird film about testing crash helmets - very high standards but "these standards are saving lives!"
A great little film which proposes recycling - making ceramic tiles.
The people of Italy utilise their natural resources and also create synthetic fuel and wool from cow's milk after sanctions are imposed.
Scenes of life in the baby boom town of Swindon.
Promotional film for Nuffield tractors - all the processes involved in planting and harvesting spuds.
The American Government keep a close eye on their growing population.
President Lyndon visits Census Bureau to mark the birth of the 200,000,000th American.
German man eating drawing pins, razor blades, light bulbs etc.
Aftermath of race riots in New Jersey - armed guards patrol the street.
Mechanised mining in Soviet Union.
Hundred and twenty year old Russian man with his family.
Documentary about the influence of the white man on the trade of the Congo.
The American Naval fleet show their skills.
Drilled water is used to irrigate lands of Sarah Desert for food production.
Shots of disc jockeys are work in a radio station.
Early traffic scenes - transferred at wrong speed - same material available in early UNs.
Australia adapts to wartime conditions as alternative methods of fuel are developed.
Visit to a factory line showing automated machines to cut gears.
How bananas are harvested and exported from Jamaica.
Film showing how bankers work in harmony with farmers in a small market town.
A great story about the economic difficulties facing Britain after the Second World War.
Scrap metal is turned into bombs at a factory in Canada.
Long documentary about life in British Guiana - good shots of men at work.
Industrial film showing processes involved in making air compressors and pneumatic tools.
Various unedited footage of a seaside holiday and fishing boats and their haul.
Film showing detailed processes involved in the making of Erin convenience (dried) foods.
Excellent story about the restoration of Australia's beaches
Bales of unsold tobacco burnt in Australia due to over production.
PART 2. Documentary covering changes in women's lives and status between l890 and 1930.
Various shots of Engineers at Rolls Royce works in Derby
Beauty pageant for female cotton mill workers in Lancashire.
Britain's (and world's) first atomic power station is well under construction.
Anglo-American plan to increase production of British goods on the American pattern.
British steelworkers go to USA to study steel production - cuts from 49/21.
Good shots of factory workers at work on production line. They seem to be building cars.
Various aspects of silver production
Ford Motor Car production line in the United States of America.
Various shots of car assembly line at Austin factory and a workers' lottery draw.
Colour item about the booming British motor industry - Minis to Rolls Royces.