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791.43074 

Un3i 
1984 
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UNIVERSITY OF 

ILLINOIS LIBRARY 

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1984 Cumulative Supplement (1982-84) 

to the 1981 General Catalog of the University of Illinois Film Center 






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Plan a Year Full of Disney Classics Without Delay! 



Rent these Disney films at low rates from the University of 
Illinois Film Center Request a copy of specific exhibition policies 
that apply to these titles 



IN USA 1-800-FOR-FILM (1-800-367 3456) 
(217) 333-1360 



IN ILL 1-800-252-1357 



Film Title 




Price 


Absent-Minded Professor, The 


(b/w) 


$ 60.00 


Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin. 


The 


$ 55.00 


Almost Angels 




$ 55.00 


Apple Dumpling Gang, The 




$ 95.00 


Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again, The 


$ 80.00 


Babes in Toyland 




$100.00 


Barefoot Executive, The 




$ 55.00 


Bears & I, The 




$ 65.00 


Bedknobs and Broomsticks 




$ 95.00 


Behind the Scenes at Walt Disney Studios with 




the Reluctant Dragon (color/b/w) 


$ 55.00 


Big Red 




$ 55.00 


Blackbeard's Ghost new 




$ 8000 


Black Hole, The 




$100.00 


Boatniks, The 




$ 65.00 


Candleshoe 




$ 80.00 


Cat From Outer Space, The 




$ 80.00 


Charley and the Angel 




$ 65.00 


Child of Glass 




$ 55.00 


Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, 


The 


$ 65.00 


Condorman 




$ 80.00 


Darby O'Gill and the Little People 


$ 85.00 


Davy Crockett/King of the Wild Frontier 


$ 55.00 


Dumbo new 




$125.00 


Escape to Witch Mountain 




$ 85.00 


Festival of Folk Heroes 




$ 55.00 


Follow Me, Boys! 




$ 55.00 


Freaky Friday 




$ 80.00 


Fun and Fancy Free 




$ 5500 


Great Locomotive Chase, The 




$ 55.00 


Gus 




$ 90.00 


Herbie Rides Again 




$ 90.00 


Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit 


The 


$ 55.00 


Hot Lead and Cold Feet 




$ 80.00 


Ichabod and Mr Toad 




$ 60.00 


Incredible Journey, The 




$ 70.00 


Johnny Tremam 




$ 60.00 


Light in the Forest, The 




$ 55 00 


Little League Moochie (b/w) 




$ 55.00 


Littlest Horse Thieves, The 




$ 7000 


Living Desert, The 




$ 55.00 


Love Bug, The 




$ 85.00 


Lt Robin Crusoe, U S N 




$ 80.00 


Make Mine Music 




$ 55.00 


Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh, The 




(includes "The Ugly Duckling") 


$ 75 00 


Mary Poppms 




$115 00 


Melody Time 




$ 55 00 


Milestones for Mickey (color/b/w) 


$ 50 00 



Film Title Pric< 

Milestones in Animation (color/b/w) $ 50.0 

Million Dollar Dixie Deliverance, The $ 55.0 

Million Dollar Duck, The $ 65 

Miracle of the White Stallions, The $ 55.0 

Monkeys, Go Home! $ 55.0 

Monkey's Uncle, The $55 

Napoleon and Samantha $ 55. ON 

Night Crossing new $ 95 01 

No Deposit, No Return $ 80 O 

North Avenue Irregulars, The $ 90 

Now You See Him, Now You Don't $ 75 0d 

Omega Connection, The $ 55 O 

Once Upon a Mouse $ 40 Of 

One Little Indian $ 55.01 

One and Only, Genuine Original Family Band, The $ 55.01 

Peter Pan new $150 0(' 

Pollyanna $ 55 OX 

Popeye $100 

Prince and the Pauper, The $ 55 0( 

Rascal $ 55 CK 

Return from Witch Mountain $ 85 CK 

Ride a Wild Pony $ 65 OX 

Sammy, the Way-Out Seal $ 55 CK 

Savage Sam $ 55 CK 

Shaggy Dog, The (b/w) $ 60 01 

Sign of Zorro, The (b/w) $ 55 0t 

Sky Trap, The $ 55.ol! 

Snowball Express, The $ 65 Ol 

So Dear to My Heart $ 55 OC 

Son of Flubber (b/w) $ 55 0C 

Story of Robin Hood, The (Live Action) $ 55 0C 

Sword in the Stone, The new $125 0C 

Tex new $125 OC 

That Darn Cat $ 65 OC 

Three Caballeros, The $ 55 0C 

Three Lives of Thomasina, The $ 55 0C 

Toby Tyler or 10 Weeks with a Circus $ 55 OC 

Treasure Island $ 60 OC 

Tron new $150 OC 

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea $ 75 00 

Ugly Dachshund, The $ 60 00 

Unidentified Flying Oddball, The $ 80 00 

White Wilderness $ 55 00 

Wild Country, The $ 55 00 1 

Winnie the Pooh and A Day for Eeyore $ 40 00 

World's Greatest Athlete, The new $80 00 
Cartoons on request 
Short Films on request 



Cover 

i Snodgrass has illustrated the diversity of the resources 
contained in the collection of the University of Illinois Film Center 



Art Director, Charles Flora, Office of Printing Services (Mickey Mouse 
character copyright Walt Disney Productions ) 



1984 Cumulative 
Supplement 

(1982-84) 

to the 1981 General Catalog of the 
University of Illinois Film Center 



Please see special information on 
the following pages about new 
rental prices and the need for 
RE. I.N. and Social Security 
Numbers. 



University of Illinois Film Center 

1325 South Oak Street 

Champaign, Illinois 61820 

For information call (217) 333-1360 • In United States call toll-free 

1-800-FOR-FILM (1-800-367-3456) • In Illinois call toll-free 1-800- 

252-1357 • Teletypewriter service for speech- and hearing-impaired 

individuals call (217) 333-7888 



University of Illinois Board of Trustees 

Member Ex-Officio 

James R. Thompson, Governor, Springfield 

Elected Members 

1983-89 

William D Forsyth, Jr., Springfield, President of the Board 

George W. Howard III, Mount Vernon 

Albert N Logan, Chicago 

1979-85 

Edmund R. Donoghue, Wilmette 
Ralph C. Hahn, Springfield 
Paul Stone, Sullivan 

1981-1987 

Galey Shappert Day, Belvidere 
Dean E Madden, Decatur 
Nina T. Shepherd, Winnetka 

In addition to the above, there are three nonvoting student members 
elected annually. 

Administrative Officers 

Stanley O. Ikenberry, President of the University, 364 Administration 
Building, Urbana 61801 

Morton W. Weir, Vice-President for Academic Affairs, 377 Administra- 
tion Building, Urbana 61801 

Robert L. Bender, Director of the University Office for Public Service, 
377 Administration Building, Urbana 61801 

Calvin L. Owens, Director of University of Illinois Film Center, 1325 
South Oak Street, Champaign 61820 

The policy of the University of Illinois is to comply with applicable Federal and State Nondis- 
crimination and Equal Opportunity Laws, Orders, and regulations The University of Illinois will 
not discriminate in its programs and activities against any person because of race, color, 
national origin, religion, age, sex, handicap, or status as disabled veteran or veteran of the 
Vietnam era This nondiscrimination policy applies to admission, employment, and access to 
and treatment in University programs and activities 



Films in this catalog are protected under Title 17, U.S. copyright code, 
and are for optical projection only. They may not be duplicated, repro- 
duced, televised, or transmitted in whole or in part without specific 
permission from the copyright holder 

© 1984 Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois. All Rights 
Reserved 



The University of Illinois Film Center is administered under the 
University Office for Public Service 



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"** Contents 



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Film Title Listings iv 

Organization of Title Listings v 

How to Rent vi 

Rental Times and Rates vi 

Ordering the Films vi 

Shipping and Billing vii 

Office Procedures vii 

How to Buy vii 

New Titles Added to Our Collections 1 

Order Forms 91,103 

Feature Films 97 

Topical Index for New Acquisitions 105 



Film Title Listings 

This catalog contains an alphabetical 
listing by film title and a subject listing 
by film title. Guidelines for using these 
listings follow. 

Alphabetical Listing 

Articles (a, an, the, and their foreign 
language equivalents) are disregarded 
when they are the first word in the title. 

Titles beginning with initials are listed 
at the beginning of the alphabetical 
section for the initial letter. 

Titles involving numbers are alphabet- 
ized as if the numbers were spelled 
out (does not apply to Part numbers). 

Titles involving abbreviations (Dr., 
Mr., St.) are alphabetized as if the 
word were spelled in full. 

Series titles and film edition following 
main title are not considered in alpha- 
betizing. MAGNETISM (Junior Science 
Series) will thus precede MAGNETISM 
AND ELECTRICITY. 

Subject Listing 

Films with interdisciplinary potential are 
coded so that their titles appear under 
more than one subject heading. For in- 
stance, a film such as LOOKING FOR 
ME will be listed under Education, 
Health and Safety, Home Economics, 
Dance as a Performing Art and Dance 
as Physical Education, and Psychology. 

New Films 

This supplement contains films added 
to the Film Center's collection since 
the publication of the basic catalog in 
1981. Please note that these are not 
necessarily new productions. 

New Film Programs 

The University Film Center is constantly 
adding a substantial number of new 
films and video programs to its collec- 
tions. As this supplement goes to 
press, some new items could not be 
included. Be sure to watch for special 
announcements. 

Feature-Length Films 

All feature-length films will be shipped 
to you via prepaid UPS with the ship- 
ping charges added to the rental price 
on the confirmation you receive. Cus- 
tomers must return all feature-length 
films via prepaid UPS. 

Walt Disney Productions 

The University Film Center is an agent 
for the entire collection of Walt Disney 
feature-length films. 



About Video 

Many titles listed in this catalog are 
available in popular video formats, 
such as 3 4-inch U-Matic, VHS, and Be- 
tamax. When you order video, your or- 
der must specify exactly which format 
you prefer. However, some producers 
restrict distribution by television and 
will not license video rentals. Please 
call or write our office for information 
about videocassette or videodisc rent- 
als when you are in doubt. Also call or 
write us to inquire about a license that 
may permit extended use by closed 
circuit, cable, and broadcast television 
systems. Televising or duplicating these 
titles without permission is a violation 
of Title 17, U.S. copyright code. You 
may use videocassettes in a class- 
room and in institutions, businesses, 
organizations, and other settings that 
exclude closed circuit, cable, and 
broadcast television. 

Title numbers in this publication 
should be used to order titles in 16mm 
motion picture film format only. To or- 
der any title in a video format, use the 
title number as well as indicating ex- 
actly which format you prefer. 



IV 



Organization of Title Listings 



Accession number 
(Use on order) 



Running 
time, 



Intended audience code: 

k — Kindergarten 

p — Primary 

/ — Intermediate 

/ — Junior High 

h — High School 

c — College and university 

a — Adult 

General — / through a 

mr — Mentally retarded 



Mounting 
information 



CHINA: CENTURY 



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Stock type 

□ b/w 

□ color 

□ mixed 



Rental rate 
at printing of catalog 



OF REVOLUTION PART II: ENE IIES WITHIN AND WITH0UT, 



19271944 (S COND EDITION) 



minutes 



2 reels 



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84609 



b&w:$15.50 4 
color: $18. 50 



Surveys China's history from Chiang Kai-shek's accession to the close of the Second World War 
identifying the Chinese government's two main foes — the Red Chinese and the Japanese. Chiang first 
turns to the enemy within resulting in the Civil war in 1934 and followed by the Long March of the 
Chinese communists. The Japanese attack in 1937 and Chiang is forced into an alliance with Mao's 
communists, postponing the outcome of China's internal struggle until after World War II. Replaces 
.China: Civl War and Invasion. A 1972 edition of the 1967 television special China: Roots of Madness. 
Note: preview before showing. \ (dlw; fi) 



Titles of related films, and 
former or alternate titles of the 
film described, are in boldface. 




Names of producers and distributors 
are given in coded form. Further 
information may be requested from 
the Film Center. 



Dates are given when 
available, specifying whether 
they are production or 
release dates. 



Use restrictions or precautionary remarks 
appear in italics near the 
end of the annotation. 



How to Rent 

Use the order form, a letter, or pur- 
chase order, or phone our office with 
titles, order number, preferred and al- 
ternate use dates, addresses for ship- 
ping and confirming, and payment in- 
formation: VISA, MasterCard, check, or 
billing authorization. Films and video- 
cassettes will ordinarily be mailed in 
time to reach you on the Friday before 
your scheduled use date. You must 
place the film or videocassette in the 
mail no later than the Friday following 
your use date, at your expense. We 
will use any alternate shipping method 
you prefer and bill you for it. (For ex- 
ceptions, see "Feature-length Motion 
Pictures.") 

Rental Times and 
Rates 

The rental rate is based on the cost of 
the film and changes with the cost of 
the latest print of that film. Films will be 
billed at the confirmed rate, regardless 
of subsequent price increases. 

The regular rental rate covers a 
Monday through Thursday rental. The 
film may be used on a Friday if it is 
postmarked that same day for return. 
Extended bookings are available on re- 
quest and are computed as follows: 

Two school weeks — Basic rental 

x 1.5 

Three school weeks — Basic rental 

x 2.0 

Four school weeks — Basic rental 

x 2.5 

Films requested for portions of two 
school weeks (such as Friday through 
Monday) are considered two-week 
rentals and are subject to two-week 
rental rates. If you want to be charged 
for one week only, make sure the 
dates fall between Monday and Friday 
of one school week. 



Ordering the Films 

Films may be ordered by mail — using 
our film rental order form or your pur- 
chase order, by telephone, or in 
person. 

Give the complete title as listed 
in our catalog. Don't trust your mem- 
ory. We have so many films that we 
could not find for you the clever film/ 
lecture "What Are the English Lan- 
guage?" unless you ordered it as it is 
indexed: "English — Facts and Fancy, 
No. 7: What Are the English Lan- 
guage?" List the complete titles as 
given in our catalog in chronological 
order by use dates. 

For film series, list each part 
separately. We have a number of film 
series such as Ecology, Nos. 1-12, that 
can be ordered separately. If you order 
more thari one part of such a series, 
list each part on a separate line. 

Use your film numbers. The most 
essential item on the order form is the 
film's call number. All films are booked 
by number only. 

If a film is available in both black 
and white and color, indicate your pref- 
erence by listing the appropriate num- 
ber. If your choice is not available, we 
will book the other rather than not 
send you a film at all. 

Provide substitution dates. For 
higher percentage of bookings, check 
"Yes" regarding substitution of dates. 
We will book the film as close to your 
request date as possible, but always 
within two weeks of the date you indi- 
cate. Beyond two weeks, we list the 
film as "not available." 

It is seldom helpful to list an alter- 
nate date within the same week as 
your first choice. 

Provide these substitution dates 
when you first order. It has been our 
experience that most schools are able 
to make use of films on other than the 
date requested. Some schools don't 
give us permission to book on alter- 
nate dates yet will return the "not 
available" sheets listing other accept- 
able dates. By the time the correspon- 
dence has been exchanged, the alter- 
nate dates are frequently no longer 
available. We do not reserve tentative 
dates. 



Canceling an Order 

The cancellation of a film booking 
must be received by the Film Center 
at least ten working days before the 
first scheduled use date indicated on 
the confirmation of the order. If the filrr 
is in the racks, we mail it several days 
ahead of the scheduled shipping date 
to ensure its arrival before the use 
date. 

Films or equipment reserved for a 
"will call" and not picked up are re- 
turned to circulation the following day. 
Charges are not canceled. 

Late Arrivals 

If a film is not received in time to be 
used at all, please include a note with 
the return shipment, so that you will 
not be invoiced for the film. 

Returning Films 

Films should be returned in the same 
film can, in the reversible return cartor 
provided, and with the correct packinc 
slip. Customers do not need to rewinc 
films or to insure them for return 
shipment. 



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New Rental 
Rates 



Rental prices in this Cumulative 
Supplement have been 
computed according to a new 
fee policy. All published rental 
prices in previous catalogs and 
information service publications 
should be increased by $3.00. 
This new pricing policy applies 
to all film orders received after 
Friday, March 2, 1984, and to all 
films requested for use after 
July 1, 1984, regardless of when 
the order is placed. 

These newly computed prices 
will be noted on confirmation 
forms sent to film users in 
advance of the actual shipment 
of a film. Since this process 
usually takes approximately 
three weeks, a toll-free phone 
call will confirm the new price of 
a film needed sooner. 



VI 



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Shipping and 
3illing 



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Shipping and billing instructions 
hould be clear and complete. If 

ie billing instructions are the same as 
ie shipping instructions, just write 
same"; but if there is any difference, 
>e sure to give us the complete infor- 
nation. This is especially necessary in 
ities where individual names and even 
chool names without street addresses 
nean nothing to the post office. 

Our confirmation of your order is 
ent to the shipping address unless in- 
ductions to send them to a different 
iddress accompany the film order. 

Be sure to use ZIP code. It makes 
jrompt delivery and return easier. 

Use a single order number. All 
Ims ordered at one time for one 
chool should be consolidated into 
>ne chronological list and covered by 
9>ne order number. For this number to 
ippear on mailing labels or invoices, 
ve must have it at the time the order 
5 placed. Because of the volume of 
naterial we process, we CANNOT add 

later. 

Mark confirming purchase orders 
'Confirming — Do Not Duplicate." 
: ormal purchase orders are often is- 
sued after a phone or mail order has 
>een placed. Unless you clearly mark 
nese orders CONFIRMING — DO NOT 
DUPLICATE, they are submitted to the 
:omputer and a duplicate booking re- 
wits. You are billed for both bookings. 

ilm Delivery 

: ilms, other than feature films, are 
ihipped library rate unless other in- 
ductions are given. Some of our cus- 
omers, particularly those in metropoli- 
an areas, prefer to have all films sent 
pecial handling. Special handling and 
United Parcel Service are available on 
iequest at current standard charges for 
bach, paid by the film renter. 



Late Return Charges 

it {tookings to other customers are made 
pn the assumption that you will return 
pvery film no later than the day follow- 
hg the last scheduled use date. You 

of vill be billed extra charges if you hold 
ji film beyond the scheduled use date, 
he fine for late returns is the rental 
ee of the film. If you don't get a film 
'ou're expecting, the reason often is 
hat the previous user has not returned 
he film on schedule. 



Office Procedures How to Buy 



The following procedures aid in expe- 
diting your orders. 

Confirmation of Bookings 

After submitting an order, you will re- 
ceive one or more of the following re- 
plies: 

Pink form. Confirmation of booking 
dates. Please check it against your 
original order and notify us if you find 
any discrepancies. 

Green form. This form indicates 
that the film is not available on the 
dates you requested and specifies the 
dates it will be available. Please 
choose new dates and return the 
green form to us immediately since 
available dates are not reserved. 

Accounts 

Customers are billed monthly unless 
they have requested otherwise. 

You will receive from the University 
of Illinois Business Office three copies 
of each invoice and a statement of the 
account. Whenever you make a pay- 
ment, be sure to state which invoice is 
covered by your check and return a 
copy of the invoice with your remit- 
tance. Payment must be made to the 
University of Illinois Business Office, 
not to the Film Center. 

Our fiscal year is from July 1 to 
June 30. If you are requesting films for 
use in two fiscal years, please submit 
them on two order forms. For example, 
films to be used in June and Septem- 
ber of the same calendar year should 
not be listed on the same order form 
because the use dates are in different 
fiscal years. We file completed orders 
according to the last scheduled use 
date. If a film is requested for June 28 
to July 3, for example, the completed 
order will be filed in the new fiscal 
year. 



Those films and videocassettes which 
include a "sale" price in their ordering 
information may be purchased. Write 
or call our office with titles, order num- 
bers, and payment information. Films 
and videocassettes are shipped within 
3 or 4 weeks, unless we notify you 
otherwise. There are no return privi- 
leges. However, you are invited to eval- 
uate or preview titles for potential pur- 
chase consideration by renting them 
first. The rental fee will be credited to 
your purchase if it is issued within 90 
days of the rental. 



Customer 

Identification 

Numbers 



We must have your 
organization's Federal Employee 
Identification Number (F.E.I.N.) 
or, on personal orders, your 
Social Security Number, in order 
to process orders. This 
requirement is in effect 
immediately. 



cm 



Customer comments regarding 
the Film Center's services and the 
quality of its films will be appreci- 
ated. 



VII 



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New Titles 
to Our Collections 



Since the publication of the gen- 
eral catalog of the University of 
Illinois Film Center, Illinois Film 
(1981-1983) 

Use this cumulative 1982-84 supple- 
ment with the general catalog of the 
University of Illinois Film Center, Illinois 
Film (1981-1983), as well as any other 
of our film information publications. 

The descriptions of new titles are al- 
phabetized by title. A topical index fol- 
lows. 



AGRO-INDUSTRIES / 3 



ABRAHAM LINCOLN (SECOND EDITION) 

j-h 22 minutes 50415 color:$ 16.50 

I Reenacts incidents in Lincoln's life which characterize him as an outstanding exponent of human 
freedom. Traces interesting events of his early boyhood which reveal his character and point to his 
several careers. Associates familiar Lincoln quotations with the incidents which prompted them. A 1982 
production, (eb) 

ACIDS AND BASES I: [ACIDIC AND BASIC SOLUTIONS] (CHEM 101) 

c-a 18 minutes %" U-Matic CO0 138 color: $35. 00 

Cassette Sale: $160.00 
Lists and demonstrates characteristics of acids and bases, gives rules governing their formation, 
neutralization and behavior. Reviews Arrhenius' theory of the ionization of electrolytes in water, shows 
how chemical behavior can be explained by the presence of dissociated ions. Lists successively more 
comprehensive defintions of 'acid' and 'base:' Bronsted and Lowry, Lewis. Computer diagrams illustrate 
•definitions: proton-donors, proton acceptors; electron-pair donors, electron-pair acceptors. Discusses 
conjugate acid-base pairs; shows how a reaction can be classified as an acid-base reaction without 
proton transfer. Demonstrates, with copper sulfate and water, how the copper ion fits all three 
definitions. A 1980 production, (ui) 

ACIDS AND BASES II: [IONIZATION OF WATER, pH, WEAK ACIDS AND BASES] 
(CHEM 101) 

c-a 18 minutes %" U-Matic CO0 139 color: $35 00 

Cassette Sale: $160.00 
Reviews definitions of acids and bases preparatory to discussion of their similarities and differences 
with regard to their behavior in water. Lists certain special properties of water; discusses the meaning 
of its ion product constant. Defines pH, explains its relation to H + ; explains pH ratings and 
acidity/basicity. Discusses and demonstrates weak acids and bases; shows how to write equilibrium 
expressions using acid or base dissociation constants and how to find the initial concentration of an 
acid of known K a given the pH. A 1980 production, (ui) 



ACIDS AND BASES III: [HYDROLISIS AND BUFFERS] (CHEM 101) 

c-a 18 minutes W U-Matic CO0 140 color: $35 OO 

Cassette Sale: $160.00 
Defines hydrolisis. Shows how chemical indicators can be used to detect pH. Discusses the inverse 
relationship of the strengths of conjugate acid-base pairs. Shows the use of a pH meter and how to 
:alculate pH from limited information. Describes and demonstrates buffer systems; shows the working 
)f the Henderson-Hasselbalch Equation. Shows application of facts discussed thus far to calculations 
nvolving buffer systems. Defines buffer capacity, lists important buffers: oceans, blood. A 1980 
production, (ui) 



ACIDS AND BASES IV: [INDICATORS AND ACID-BASE TITRATIONS] (CHEM 101) 

■a 18 minutes W U-Matic C00141 color:$3500 

Cassette Sale: $160.00 
Defines and demonstrates the use of indicators, showing how they change color over a pH range of 2 
inits centered around the pK a of the indicator. Shows the use of an indicator board and of a pH meter, 
biscusses the application of the Le Chatelier principle to titration. Graphs the titration curve for various 
jiubstances, identifying the equivalence point. Demonstrates things to consider in the selection of a 
proper indicator for various titrations, determining pH at various points in the completion of a given 
jeaction. Discusses the role of weak acid equilibrium in the titration of a weak acid with a strong base, 
ncludes a skit showing the use of a pH meter to solve a murder mystery. A 1980 production, (ui) 



ACNE: IT'S NOT YOUR FAULT 

! -h-c-a 26 minutes 84821 color: $17.00 

Seeks to dispel myths regarding causes and cures, using actual cases to show efficacy of proper 
reatment. Reviews symptoms of the four types of acne and shows methods of control, giving advice for 
'oung people afflicted with each type. Shows new medical procedures for more serious types. A 1980 
iroduction. (morv) 



XCTION IN RURAL LIVING AREAS 

7-c-a 17 minutes 



56853 



color: $16. 50 
Film sale:$255.00 
Cassette sale: $155.00 
Documents that the farmers of the great prairie have long produced Uruguay's staples, meat and wool. 
always independent, they often overcome great difficulties without outside help. The government is now 
rganizing agricultural communities to improve rural conditions and increase food production. ACOR — 
tegional Community Action — sends specialists to work with people, help improve local health and 
;choot facilities, and replace substandard housing with traditional adobe dwellings, using modern 
echniques. The farmers' traditional suspicion of state paternalism is being overcome. A 1976 
iroduction. (unchs; ui) 



ADDICTIONS, COMPULSIONS, AND ALTERNATIVE HIGHS 

-h-c-a 24 minutes 84803 color:$21.50 

xamines the compulsion / addiction mechanism — the human drive for absence of pain and presence 
f pleasure, presenting it as a positive trait, but demonstrating realistically the grave dangers present 
n the fact that body and mind adjust tolerance levels so that it takes "more" to produce the same 
ffect. Four actual case histories (alcohol, drug abuse, compulsive gambling and compulsive eating) 
re presented. Points toward the natural "highs" resulting from many types of achievement. Baseball 
tar Lou Johnson, recovering from alcoholism, points to that victory as the greatest "high" he has 
nown. A 1981 production, (roun; ab) 



\DVENTURES IN GRAMMAR GALAXY, PART 1: SUBJECT AND PREDICATE 

•Hi 19 minutes 56537 color: $16 50 

:asts the review of sentence components in the context of a plot by aliens from another planet to steal 
he masterplan for the English language. Their leader sends teams to gather sentences to put into their 
entence analyzer. Ralph, a captured language lab robot, helps explain The commando teams are tested 



by their leader on a lunar firing range, where laser guns hit targets to be identified: nouns, verbs, 
simple subjects and predicates, complete subjects and predicates. A 1979 production, (ab) 

ADVENTURES IN GRAMMAR GALAXY, PART 2: ADJECTIVES, ADVERBS, AND 
PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES 

i-j-h 13 minutes 56538 color: $13. 50 

Outer space men Tark and Sark, who have a supply of nouns and verbs from earth's language, find they 
cannot send sufficiently detailed messages. A travelling salesman from Marvin's Marvy Modifier 
Company arrives in the nick of time with a stock of adjectives and adverbs, and enables them to save 
the galaxy. A 1979 production, (ab) 

ADVENTURES IN GRAMMAR GALAXY, PART 3: COMMON NOUNS, PROPER NOUNS, 
AND PRONOUNS 

i-j-h 18 minutes 56540 color:$ 16.00 

Fizzler Industries, on the planet of Farragon, sends a desperate order for words from earth's Language 
Lab. Shipping clerks carefully mark the different types: common nouns, proper nouns, pronouns. While 
the words are on the way, a disillusioned former Fizzler employee hijacks all the pronouns. He is 
arrested by the space patrol, and his trial is the occasion for further information about pronouns: 
relative, personal and possessive. Final review by Robot Ralph. A 1979 production, (ab) 

ADVENTURES IN GRAMMAR GALAXY, PART 4: VERBSTAR 

i-j-h 18 minutes 56541 color:$ 16.50 

Verbstar is an orbiting space platform where visitors can come to learn about verbs. Station One 
exhibit shows how verbs change endings and use helpers. Station Two features the solution, by 
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, of the Mystery of the S-verbs. Station Three exhibit introduces 
auxiliary verbs. Station Four has a time machine, which shows how verbs indicate time. At Station Five 
there is a talk show featuring Dr. Ernest Verbose, whose invention, the irregular verb machine, shows 
irregular forms, typical errors, and correct answers. A 1979 production, (ab) 

ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER (QUICK TAKES) 

j-h-c-a 18 minutes 84639 color:$14.50 

Highlights of the story excerpted from the classic United Artists production starring May Robson and 
Walter Brennan, with Tommy Kelly as Tom. A 1938 production, (ua; abc) 

AFGHANISTAN: THREADS OF LIFE 

j-h-c-a 29 minutes 84691 color:$ 19.25 

Characterizes lives and livelihood of dwellers in the countryside and cities of Afghanistan. Shows how 
their Islamic faith affects the daily routine. Villages are self-sufficient by growing wheat, barley, figs 
and grapes. Visits the bazaar that is the heart of every town, showing crafts sold there: tooled silver, 
pottery, rugs. Highlights the weaving of carpets as the most characteristic. A 1980 production, (ird; eb) 

AFRICA: A NEW LOOK 

h-c-a 27 minutes 85031 color:$17.75 

Gives a photographically enhanced overview of the African continent: one fifth of the earth's surface, 
half of which is desert, is home to four hundred million people, % of whom live by farming, herding, or 
some combination of these. Irregularity of water supply tends to be a problem, as does the rate of 
urban growth, greater than that of any other continent. Half the population is under the age of 15, and 
both birth and death rates are higher than anywhere else on earth. Surveys problems of disease and 
medicine, education, politics and religion. A 1981 production, (iff) 

AN AFTERNOON WITH GREGOR PIATIGORSKY 

j-h-c-a 15 minutes 56657 color:$15.50 

A filmic portrait of a great man and musician which enables viewers to share moments such as those 
which caused him to say "many people behave as if there is something better than life — but there is 
nothing better." He is shown with his wife, his students, his garden, and of course, his cello. Conveys 
the warmth, humanity and humor which characterized his life. Completed shortly before his death, in 
1973. (phpr) 

AGE OF DISCOVERY: ENGLISH, FRENCH AND DUTCH EXPLORATIONS (REVISED) 

i-j-h-c 12 minutes 56556 color: $13.00 

The quest to find a Northwest Passage to Asia to compete with Spain and Portugal's southern trade 
routes motiviated a series of expansive expeditions. Uses authentic maps to trace the routes in 
animation techniques of major explorers — Cabot, Verrazano, Cartier, Frobisher, Drake, and Hudson. 
Recounts voyages that pushed back the frontiers of the known world and laid the groundwork for the 
exploration of North America. A 1979 production, (c) 

AGE OF DISCOVERY: SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE EXPLORATIONS (REVISED) 

i-j-h-c 12 minutes 56557 color:$ 13.00 

Maps with the routes of historic voyages traced by animation techniques illuminate the 
accomplishments of Prince Henry the Navigator, Diaz, Columbus, da Gama, Magellan, de Leon, Balboa, 
Cortez, and Pizzaro. Discusses the new age ushered in by the quest for new trade routes that led to 
lands and peoples which changed western European life and thought. A 1979 production, (c) 

AGING: THE METHUSELAH SYNDROME 

h-c-a 57 minutes 2 reels 70589 color: $28.00 

Distinguishes individual rates of aging, tracing them to genetic code. Lists some effects of aging: 
inefficiency of metabolizing sugar, decline in the nerve-muscle coordination necessitated by complex 
tasks. Examines a case history of progeria. Resumes University of Florida r esearch disproving that 
some cells can live forever. Demonstrates how underfeeding extends the life span of mice. Examines 
social and life-quality implications of extending human span. A 1982 production, (wgbh; tlf) 



AGRO-INDUSTRIES 

h-c-a 24 minutes 



84899 



color:$21.00 

Film sale: $360.00 

Cassette sale: $220.00 

Shows how development of agro-industries in Kenya strengthens the economy and reverses rural-urban 



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ALCOHOL - HOW MUCH IS TOO MUCH? 

p-i-j-h 16 minutes 57067 color:$14.7t^ 

Mixes facts about alcohol's effects on the body with interviews of young people recovering from JJji 
struggles with alcoholism. Dramatizes a OWI arrest; shows tests used to determine degree of sobriety. A * 
depressant which gives the illusion of being a stimulant, alcohol is responsible for over 50% of fatal K 
highway accidents. A 198!. production, (ffco) 

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ALCOHOL: USE OR ABUSE? 

j-h 13 minutes 56839 color:$12.5if 

Presents facts and misconceptions regarding the use of alcohol. Discussion features teen narrators, r 
who examine reasons people give for drinking, actual physiological effects, and problems drinking jjjj 
causes. Vignettes interrupt to illustrate. Summary of the "case" made precedes the final question, put * 
to the viewer for decision. A 1977 production, (gcfp; aims) 

ALCOHOLS APART! ~t 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84788 color: $20. 51 1 11 

Demonstrates how the gas chromatograph enables the separation, identification and quantification of r. 
individual components of crude oil and its petroleum fractions, which are diverse and complex carbon r 
compounds. Shows equipment, procedures, chromatograms. Visits Metropolitan Police laboratory in Jf ' 
London to demonstrate the use of gas chromatography in measuring ethanol in blood samples of drivers*' 1 
accused of DWI. Demonstrates some chemical properties of linear alcohols, showing serial relationships.^ 
A 1978 production, (bbc / openu; umed) 

ALGEBRA (MATHEMATICS) 

j-h-c 15 minutes 57056 color:$20.5i 

Illustrates the use of symbols in developing simple formulas, beginning with the "think of a number" ,, 
game, played by two men on a train. As the train goes through a tunnel, the two demonstrate howl. 
similar concepts and formulae can be used, together with a stop watch, to determine the length of thei| 
tunnel. A 1978 production, (openu; mg) 



migration. The film focuses on successful regional examples, illustrating coordination between 
government and industry, management and labour. Sugar plantations bring work and prosperity as well 
as the benefits of special training and education. Growing chrysanthemums for the lucrative European 
market means wide-ranging social improvements. Pineapple growing and processing results in upgraded 
community housing, an engineering training school and cooperative land ownership. A 1976 production, 
(unchs; ui) 

AH, MAN - SEE WHAT YOU'VE DONE 

general 26 minutes 85041 color:$16.75 

Spotlights the role of water in maintaining life on earth and lists sources of pollution: chemical 
contamination, offshore drilling and oil spills, lead (now present even in Arctic snow), sewage and 
garbage disposal. Features child narrators, and a song having the same title as the film. A 1971 
production, (naf; mcfi) 

AH...WE HUMANS 

general 11 minutes 04989 color:$ 11.75 

A whimsical non-language animation spotlights typical human behavior when confronted with cultural 
differences. Follows adjustments which take place between the pink tribe and the blue tribe as they 
become acquainted. Just when all seems well, they are confronted by a green tribe... A 1980 
production, (ifub; benf) 

AIRWAR (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 13) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84948 mixed:$ 19.00 

Film sale: $495. 00 
Describes American policies of "limited" and "surgical" bombing; lists and describes types of 
capabilities of American planes and missiles. The population of North Viet Nam withstood 800,000 tons 
of bombs, never disclosing the number of casualties. Covers the change of opinion of Defense Secretary 
Robert Macnamara and his withdrawal from office. Estimates that it took approximately 80 tons of 
bombs to eliminate one infiltrator, leading one commentator to remark that it was "like using a sledge 
hammer to kill flies." A 1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 

ALADURA: THE PRAYING PEOPLE (MAN'S RELIGIOUS QUEST) 

h-c-a 24 minutes 85123 color: $20. 50 

Presents beliefs and customs as practiced by the Aladura in the Cherubim and Seraphim Church of 
London. This church was established by and for the support of Yoruba tribe members from Western 
Nigeria, in London to further their education. Aladura churches are a Protestant offshoot, essentially an 
interpretation of missionary-introduced Christianity to fit Nigerian cosmology. Shows ritual elements, 
giving Biblical basis for their derivation when available. A 1978 production, (openu; mg) 

ALBERTA 

j-h-c-a 28 minutes H00033VC color:$21.50 

An album-type montage of all there is to see and do in Canada's midwest: the natives engaged in local 
occupations are shown at cattle herding, oil-drilling, lumbering, wheat harvesting, chemical research, 
canning, dairying, the preparation of sausage and bacon. Recreational aspects form a second chapter: 
the Calgary Exhibition & Stampede, Edmonton Klondike Days, Banff, Lake Louise, the Alberta Game 
Farm, Heritage Park. Prices given being those of production date, are not valid. \" U-Matic 
Videocassette. '75(?) (bon; hen) 

ALBERTA HUNTER: BLUES AT THE COOKERY 

j-h-c-a 45 minutes 90389 color:$24.75 

Biography, with cameo performances, of blues singer Alberta Hunter, still performing at age 86 in a 
New York City club. Interview sections are interspersed with performances, bringing out the personality 
and philosophy of an appealing artist. A 1983 production, (tcul) 

ALCOHOL AND DRUGS: HOW THEY AFFECT YOUR BODY 

j-h-c 20 minutes 56735 color:$ 16.50 

An approach comparing the intake of toxic substances to the pollution of the environment. Animation 
illustrates effects on body and brain. Overviews with teens who have solved the problem of alcoholism 
are interpersed with recitation / discussions in a classroom of younger children, exploring reasons for 
dependency and possibilities for alternative behaviors. A 1981 production, (sif; ab) 

ALCOHOL AND DRUGS...MAKING THE DECISION 

h-c-a 27 minutes 84715 color:$16.00 

Examines ways people use to 'escape' feelings, treating this need as a disease. Interviews people who 
have recovered from dependencies, offers suggestions for avoiding and / or overcoming them. A 1978 
production, (sif) 

ALCOHOL...DRUGS...A WAY OUT 

h-c-a 20 minutes 56670 color$ 14.50 

A section called 'the winners' game' presents approaches to overcoming the negative emotions which 
draw people into dependencies. Offers constructive new directions. A 1976 production, (sif) 

ALCOHOL, DRUGS AND YOU: A LOSING COMBINATION 

j-h-c 25 minutes 85166 color: $19.00 

Examines 'reasons' for drinking (boredom, pain, loneliness, alcoholism in the family) and for refraining. 
Features experimental tests in which older teens cooperate with law enforcement officers in 
demonstration tests of their driving skills with various alcohol levels in their blood. Three "themic ties" 
run throughout: the testing situation, a pair of comics who cancaturize the reactions of a depressed 
and selfish person, and a narrator/advisor who comments on what is hard and easy, foolish and wise, 
and tells where to get help with alternative behaviors. A 1982 production, (sif, ab) 

ALCOHOL, DRUGS, OR ALTERNATIVES 

j-h-c-a 26 minutes 84714 color:$15.75 

Interviews with people engaged in successful 'come-backs' from alcohol and drug dependencies give 
facts and feelings. Real problems which lead people into dependencies are discussed, and some real 
alternatives offered. A 1979 production, (sif) 



ALGEBRA OF THE UNKNOWN (HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS) 

c-a 24 minutes 85132 color: $20. Sifj", 

Traces the development of what is thought of today as analytic or coordinate geometry. Describes the "" 
status of Greek and Medieval dealings with problems including variables; cites the development oT^ 
symbolic notation, contributed to by Descartes, as responsible for enabling solutions. Descartes first Hj 
realized that the solution to every equation involving two unknowns represented a locus. Fermat, j* 1 
independently studying Appolonius, arrived at the same conclusion. Lecture format with models and p'< 
drawings. Features Professor Carl B. Boyer, Brooklyn College, New York, and Open University lecturers P 
A 1975 production, (openu; mg) 



ALHAJI BAI KONTE 

h-c-a 12 minutes 57144 color:$13.0> 

Introduces a kora player, and explains his role in society: musician, oral historian, entertainer and 
learned Muslim, the kora player has been a central figure in Mandinka society since the thirteenth 
century. Includes performances on the kora, a 21-stringed instrument whose strings are mounted 
perpendicular to the sound box, a calabash. Filmed in the West African republics of Gambia and 
Senegal, showing aspects of traditional social and economic life: scenes of the market and its crafts, o 
leisure time at tea, of a visit to a holy man. Narrated by Taj Mahal, who explores the connection 
between kora music and the blues. A 1978 production, (cei) 



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ALL OUR MISS STEADMANS 

h-c-a 31 minutes 83671 color:$l8.7 

Explores the growing problem of Britain's aged by focusing on the life of eighty-six-year-old Mis; pM 
Steadman. With the vast increase in the number of elderly, Britain's welfare system lacks the facilities K-i 
and personnel to provide the care and treatment required, leaving more and more old people to fend fo Bjc 
themselves. Through interviews with welfare and health care personnel and relatives of the aged, thf^ ( 
question of what will happen to Miss Steadman is answered sadly with examples of what has happenei, rm 
to others like her. A 1977 production, (thtv; bon) i K: 



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ALL THE TROUBLES OF THE WORLD 

j-h-c-a 22 minutes 84893 color: $18.0 f- 

Portrays a future society, completely computer-dependent: the computer controls the economy, solve: Hi 
problems of all kinds, prevents crime by predicting it. The plot revolves around the computer'; 
prediction of its own destruction, and the family that is innocently involved. Dramatized from thi 
suspense science fiction of Isaac Asimov. A 1978 production, (cbs; ab) 



ALL THE WAY UP THERE 

h-c-a 27 minutes 84613 color:$19.5 

A cerebral palsy victim, 24 years old, dreams of climbing a mountain. A mountaineer who knows hin 
decides to help him realize his dream. The story of their friendship and their victory is brought to thi 
screen, together with some interesting questions. A 1980 production, (valh; eb) 



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ALWAYS BE CAREFUL 

k-p 11 minutes 05043 color:$10.7 

Clay animation enlivens the presentation of five major home safety rules to protect children agains 
common hazards of burns, shocks, and poisoning. Peter, Polly, and Bosely the Bird are the chie 
characters. Sponsored by Ontario Physicians, and animated in London, (lock; mcfi) 



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[AMBULATORY TREATMENT OF TUBERCULOSIS] (TRAITEMENT AMBULATOIRE D 
LA TUBERCULOSE) 

c-a 30 minutes W U-Matic K00059 color: $281 

Cassette Sale: $2701 
Resumes briefly the history of the disease and its treatment, contrasting with new knowledge tha 
makes home treatment possible. Gives statistics on contagion and relapse, contrasting in-patient wit 
outpatient treatment. Lists advantages of out-patient treatment, discussing antibacterial drugs an 
the organizations which monitor outpatient medication and progress. Mentions antibacterial agents i 



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;, showing graphed dosage for patients still testing positive. Enumerates other functions of care 
iters, touching on problems of distant patients. Filmed in Algeria, 1971. (jabo) 



1ERICA IN VIET NAM (VIET NAM; THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 1) 

:-a 55 minutes 3 reels 77017 color: $28. 75 

Film sale: $835.00 

ssents an overview of the entire series, giving the historical background (including religious and 
itical elements) and the chief events (including the attitudes and decisions of key figures) of the 
duct of the American presence in Viet Nam from 1945 to the day in 1975 when President Geraid 
d declared the war to be ended for America. A 1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 

IERICA WORKS WHEN AMERICA WORKS 

c-a 78 minutes 98931 color:$4500 

mines data relevant to answering the question: "Which costs more, training or welfare?" Presents 
ts concerning the change in the nature of necessary job-related skills brought about by various kinds 
automation. Examines programs which provide retraining, including the West German system which is 
ndled by a national clearing house and training program modeled after the Gl Bill. Examines 
/etiological difficulties in pockets of unemployment: "Money doesn't mean anything. How long can I 
j without a sense of accomplishment?" Presents beginning local attempts in South Carolina and 
:higan; deplores the lack of a central information and planning agency at the federal level. A 1981 
duction. (nbc;fi) 



1ERICAN FOREIGN POLICY SERIES 

EISENHOWER AND THE COLD WAR 
KENNEDY AND CONFRONTATION 
TRUMAN AND CONTAINMENT 
(eb) 



see: 









1ERICAN INDIANS: YESTERDAY AND TODAY 

•/ 19 minutes 57068 color:$ 16.00 

ounts legends, customs and lifestyles of three different tribes: Shoshone-Paiute, Cheyenne, and 
quois-Seneca. Young tribal members tell in their own words how they experience their Native 
erican heritage. General introduction and linking narrative are by actor Ned Romero, himself a Native 
erican. A 1982 production, (ffco) 

ERICAN MILITARY STRENGTH: SECOND TO NONE? 

o-a 51 minutes C70554 color: $23. 25 

amines the logic of the 'deterrent theory' — the idea that the knowledge of the sheer horror of 
lear war is enough to prevent the use of the weapons. Labels this reasoning "a logical wasteland." 
ludes a dramatization of what is scheduled to happen in the event of an ICBM attack. Questions what 
are to make of the fact that we have no genuine civil defense capability, and that our land-based 
iSiles are now vulnerable. Alternatives for their protection are diagrammed and speculated upon, 
itlights European reluctance to share intelligence with America for fear of finding their secrets on 
front page of the New York Times. Written and narrated by Ted Koppel. l k" U-Matic videocassette. 
979 production, (abc) 



IE AMERICAN SHEEPMAN 

:-a 27 minutes 81065 color:$ 10.00 

;cribes and praises the life of the sheepman, characterizing it in the narration, by Jim Davis, and in 
erviews of sheepmen in half a dozen states from California to Virginia. Shows how fleece is changed 
fabric; includes a section on the Navajos. A 1981 production, (phelp for aspc) 



AMERICAN TIME CAPSULE 

-c-a 3 minutes 04896 color:$ 11.00 

years of American history are capsulized in kinestasis, edited to the rhythm of a drum solo which 
ps to pace and to emphasize. A set of visuals in chronological order beginning with the Revolutionary 
r and ending with Gerald Ford's oath of office, includes everything from the brutality of war, through 
entions, politics, and images of Mickey Mouse. Exposure time for the visuals ranges from 1/12 to % 
second. Charles Braverman, whose brainchild the film is, says, "When you look at 200 years in 3 
lutes, you see things that maybe you didn't realize before." A 1968 production, (brpr; pyr) 

ERICANA SERIES see: 

ART IN AMERICA PART 8: SCULPTURES 

ART IN AMERICA, PART 9: PHOTOGRAPHY I - THE BEGINNINGS OF A NEW ART 
ART IN AMERICA, PART 10: PHOTOGRAPHY II - MASTERS OF THE 20TH CENTURY 
(We) 



IRA'S CHOICE 

20 minutes 56970 color: $17. 50 

imatizes the struggle of a Druze girl, torn between tradition which forbids women advanced 
ication, and her desire to be a doctor. Conveys the flavor of the Druze culture, an independent rural 
shoot of the Islamic faith spread throughout Syria, Lebanon and Israel. Amira weighs the ostracism 
begins to experience as it becomes evident that she is interested in something besides marriage, 
linst her medical vocation. A 1982 production, (amitai; ab) 

1Y-ON-THE-LIPS 

neral 32 minutes 85162 color:$22.25 

imatizes the story of a new teacher in a school for the deaf, and of her difficulties in getting 
eptance for the aural-oral approach (as opposed to signing). (Setting is in the days when 
if/blind institutions were considered 'asylums.') Portrays her victory in getting help for the school 
her success in teaching one child to speak clearly. A 1981 production, (wdp) 



ANSI THE SPIDER 

neral 11 minutes 05090 color:$ 13.00 

or animation, using the sophisticated geometric style of the Asante, brings to life the local folk tale 
tithe ancient hero Kwaku Ananse and his family of six sons. Animal with human qualities, he is by 



turns mischievous and lovable. When Ananse is rescued by his sons, he wishes to reward one of them 
with the gift of a globe of light. When he is unable to decide which most deserves it, he consults 
Nyame, God of all Creation, whose solution is to place it, for all to enioy, in the sky, whence it becomes 
known as the moon. Winner, CINE Golden Eagle; Blue Ribbon, American Film Festival. A 1969 
production, (text) 

THE ANATOMY OF CRISIS (FREE TO CHOOSE [3]) 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 70594 color: $26. 50 

Retells the story of the 1930's depression, analyzing causes from Friedman's standpoint, which asserts 
that it was a failure not of capitalism, but of government: specifically, of the judgment of the Federal 
Reserve System. Explains the psychology of "runs" on banks, showing how one bank survived such a 
crisis. Accuses government of being "the major single source of (economic) instability." Reel 2 
debates the issues. A 1979 production, (wqln/vida; pennc) 

THE ANCIENT EYES OF NEPAL LOOK TO THE FUTURE 

h-c-a 17 minutes 56952 color:$16.50 

Film sale:$255.00 
Cassette sale: $153. 00 
Films and explains the cultural significance of ancient traditions and art motifs, contrasting the 
contemporary problems which remain to be solved. Gives some of the approaches which are being used 
in the hope of solving them. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

ANCIENT MODERNS: GREEK ISLAND ART AND CULTURE, 2000-3000 B.C. 

h-c-a 18 minutes 56757 color:$ 15.50 

Presents art objects and artifacts which characterize the sculptural concepts of a lost civilization which 
flourished in the Cyclades Islands of the Aegean Sea 5000 years ago. Figures of stone and vessels of 
marble show a stylized view of human and animal figures and of the theme of the sea, which, because 
they have been imitated by moderns, seem modern. A 1979 production, (megr; eb) 

AND ON THE EIGHTH DAY 

h-c-a 20 minutes 2 reels 70176 color: $28. 00 

Examines the varieties and causes of pollution, warning against the exploitation of system parts with no 
attention to the effects on the whole. Focuses in particular on waste disposal, citing the Denver 
earthquake caused by pumping waste from the manufacture of nerve gas into underground disposal 
sites. Emphasizes the need for the investigative follow-up of radioactive pollution, whose localized 
accumulation causes various types of cancer and genetic mutations. Interviews leading critics of 
nuclear power who warn that fallout products from nuclear plants will soon exceed those from bomb 
testing. Identifies pollution as the most important problem for the next 200 years. A 1973 production, 
(thtv; bon) 

ANGER: HANDLE WITH CARE 

p-i-j 13 minutes 57104 color: $13. 50 

Skits dealing with situations whose natural outcome is anger are played two ways, showing 
constructive and destructive ways of handling this volatile emotion. Skits involve youngsters the age of 
the target audience. Summarizes advice at the end: "You can't really expect that you won't get angry: 
what's important is how you handle it." A 1983 production, (sif; ab) 

ANGLES (MATHEMATICS) 

j-h-c 15 minutes 57055 color: $20. 50 

Uses animation, live photography and graphic devices to demonstrate the techniques involved as two 
narrators on a park bench figure the height of a tree that is being cut down, to see whether they are 
out of the range of its crash. Introduces trigonometric functions and relevant methods, demonstrating 
some ingeniously with the use of a horse, then returns to calculate the safety of the two narrators, 
confirmed as the tree falls short of their bench in exactly the amount they calculated. A 1978 
production, (openu; mg) 

ANIMALS OF A LIVING REEF 

i-j 18 minutes 56629 color: $ 17.00 

Australia's Great Barrier Reef is a sort of natural 'marine zoo,' visited by the camera to display both 
habitat and inhabitants to those who might otherwise never visit under water. At least two dozen 
species are shown, including the unusual gorgonian and remora. A 1980 production, (emi; cec) 

ANIMALS OF ASIA 

p-i-j 16 minutes 56621 color:$ 16.50 

Shows approximately 25 different types of animals native to Southeast Asian forests, including the 
langur, loris, mouse deer, gaur, flying fox, and saurus crane. Covers feeding habits, camouflage, unique 
behaviors. Points out some similarities with African animals. A 1980 production, (cwfp; cec) 

ANIMALS OF SOUTH AMERICA 

p-i-j 17 minutes 56628 color: $16.00 

The mountains, grasslands and forests of South America provide a home for a large variety of animals, 
many strikingly different from any known on the North American continent. Shows approximately 30 
different species, including sloth, tamandua, agonti, capybara, cayman, vicuna and rhea. A 1980 
production, (cwfp with ced; cec) 

ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF THE DEAD: THE DOGON PEOPLE IN THE MALI HIGHLANDS 
(AFRICAN VILLAGE LIFE SERIES) 

h-c-a 14 minutes 57146 color: $1300 

Records the elements of the traditional memorial observances for the dead as they are carried out in 
this locale. Rituals include the reenactment of courageous warrior exploits, formal mourning, drinking 
and dancing. A 1967 production, (iff) 

ANTARCTICA: DESERT OF ICE - SEA OF LIFE 

h-c-a 29 minutes 84635 color: $20.00 

A history and description of the status and development of earth's coldest, dryest continent, 
representing one tenth of its total land surface. Footage of Byrd's initial expedition is included in the 



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exploration history. Antarctica is totally unique in being the object of a thirteen nation treaty agreeing 
to preserve it for cooperative scientific investigations. Resources are enumerated and filmed, results of 
scientific studies given. A 1979 production, (kpbs; crm / mcgh) 

THE ANTIQUE COLLECTOR 

i-j-h 28 minutes 84805 color:$20.25 

Grandma has a little shop at the flea market, and a young assistant named Tom — until one day a rich 
stranger who loves old things and old people invites Grandma to live in his beautiful old house. Tom's 
struggle to deal with his feelings could serve as a framework for helping young people deal with similar 
feelings of loss. A 1980 production, (call; ab) 

[ANXIETY AND BLOOD VESSELS] (STRESS ET VAISSEAUX) 

c-a 42 minutes %" U-Matic K00085 color: $33. 00 

Cassette Sale:$378.00 
Summarizes information about stress shared at the second annual international symposium on stress: 
Selye's physiological model of the communication mechanisms; the need for further research on the 
body chemistry known to be involved but poorly understood; results of tests on laboratory animals 
deliberately stressed; tests of the body chemistry of racing car drivers; the 'life change' scale with 
stress ratings of events. Concludes that neurostructures relating to affectivity are critical in making life 
choices preventive of heart trouble. A 1981 production, (jabo) 

ANYONE CAN DO IT! 

general 12 minutes 05057 color: $12. 50 

Features a mimed dramatization (with voiceover narration) as framework for CPR instructions: a 
vacuum cleaner salesman collapses during a conversation with a client, who rescues him by her 
successful application of CPR techniques. A 1981 production, (crco; ffco) 

ARS GRATIA ARTIS 

h-c-a 9 minutes 04975 color: $10. 25 

Zagreb's devastating surreal symbolism studies the relationships between the artist and his public. 
Combines line-drawing animation with special effects. A 1969 production, (zag / janus; pyr) 

ART IN AMERICA PART 8: SCULPTURES (AMERICANA SERIES) 

j-h-c-a 28 minutes 85027 color:$17.75 

Presents a brief definition and history of sculptural tradition as an introduction to the work of over 
fifty American artists, spanning the 19th and 20th centuries. Early gravestones and Spanish colonial 
religious figures are shown as anonymous precursors to titled and signed pieces. Includes a segment on 
public monuments and buildings as well as individual expressions. A 1980 production, (hfc) 

ART IN AMERICA, PART 9: PHOTOGRAPHY I - THE BEGINNINGS OF A NEW ART 
(AMERICANA SERIES) 

j-h-c-a 25 minutes 85028 color:$ 17.25 

Summarizes the history of non-American developments in technical processing leading to photography 
as an art medium. Examines daguerrotype, ferrotype, wet and dry plate processes, stereoscopic 
presentation, carte de visite, and motion. Covers technical developments to the arrival of Eastman's 
"Kodak." Discusses some work of early American photographers: Southworth, Hawes, Brady, Hillers, 
Jackson, Haynes, Watkins, Stieglitz. A 1981 production, (hfc) 

ART IN AMERICA, PART 10: PHOTOGRAPHY II - MASTERS OF THE 20TH 
CENTURY (AMERICANA SERIES) 

j-h-c-a 25 minutes 85029 color: $17.25 

Surveys approaches to photography: pictorialism, realism, photomontage, documentary, art. Interviews 
acknowledged masters Ansel Adams, Barbara Moyer, Eliot Porter, five others. Shows how publications 
such as "Camera Work" and "Aperture" influenced the art. A CINE Golden Eagle winner, produced in 
1981. (hfc) 

THE ART OF THE BOOK: PERSIAN MINIATURES FROM THE SHAHNAMEH 

h-c-a 30 minutes 84877 color:$19.75 

Reviews illustrations of the Persian "Book of Kings," an epic poem covering the history of Persia from 
the creation to the end of the seventh century (the last pre-lslamic dynasty), variously illustrated down 
the ages. These illustrations have influenced patterns of Iranian arts and crafts (including textiles and 
carpets). The first illustrations, between the 11th and 13th centuries, were in metal and ceramic. The 
first paintings were done by descendants of the Mongols, between the 14th and 16th centuries. Later 
illustrations (from the Timur Dynasty) show a completely different style, restrained and idyllic. A 1977 
production, (nirt; ffth) 

[ARTERIAL DISEASE OF THE LOWER LIMBS] (LES ARTERIOPATHIES DES 
MEMBRES INFERIEURS) 

c-a 45 minutes %" U-Matic K00001 color:$33.00 

Cassette Sale: $405.00 
Gives instructions for the diagnosis of atherosclerosis, and illustrates the progress of the disease with 
animated diagrams. Analyzes types of possible cause (hypertensive, metabolic or conjunctival, protein 
or lipid disorders). Demonstrates the injection of radioisotopes to check and trace progress of the 
disease, and the use of Dopplerography, showing a normal curve and a stenosis curve. Lists what to 
check in physical and in laboratory blood examinations. Shows plethismography and electrophoresis; 
reviews the four identifiable stages in the progress of the disease. A 1977 production. (|abo) 

[ARTHROPLASTY OF THE HIP BY PAIRED CUPS] (ARTHROPLASTY DE LA 
HANCHE PAR CUPULES COUPLEES) 

c-a 20 minutes V U-Matic K00073 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $180.00 
Discusses and shows treatment for advanced arthrosis of the hip by arthroplasty with matched double 
cups. Explains determination of position for mobile hemispheric cups, showing a model. Covers 
instruments necessary for such an operation, showing an actual operation, including dislocation of the 
femur, preparation of the femural head, placing of the prosthesis, and testing of the |oint. Deals with 



postoperative flexion therapy, showing several cases of different ages where there is complete recover fa 10 
of mobility without pain. A 1978 production, (jabo) 

ARTHUR THE KID 

i-j-h 24 minutes 85038 color: $ 17. V* 

Dramatizes the adventure comedy from the book by Alan Coren, about three bumbling, incompeten i 
bandits who advertise fcr a new boss. The ten-year-old who answers the ad has quite a few surprise ; 
for them. A 1980 production, (abc) 

[ARTICULAR CHONDROCALCINOSIS] (LA CHONDROCALCINOSE ARTICULAIRE) 

c-a 22 minutes %" U-Matic K00002 color:$28.C 

Cassette Sale: $1981 
Traces diagnostic procedures for multiple osteoarthrosis, a rheumatic disease characterized b; 
calcification of fibro-cartilages. Demonstrates radiological examination, identifying on X-rays of variou 
joints the bend in the joint space typical of this disorder, which resembles arthritis. Shows puncture t 
the knee and examination of fluid, basic to correct diagnosis. Demonstrates treatment with nonsteroi 
anti-inflammatory agents. Shows a sinovial biopsy and the view through the arthroscope. Illustrate; 
with X-rays, other conditions with which this disorder is sometimes confused, showing how t 
distinguish. Shows surgical treatment by arthroplasty, and implantation of a hinged knee prosthesis 
Lists usual causes of this disease, mapping where it is most common in Europe. Indicates necessary la 1 
tests and conditions which commonly accompany osteoarthrosis. An animated diagram shows norm; 
progression, usually bilateral and symmetrical, of the disease. Identifies it as a new form of rheumatisi 
due to microcrystals; shows, photomicrographically, formation of microcrystals. Named one of the te 
best medical education films, Entretiens de Bichat, 1978. (jabo) 



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ARTICULOS DE COSTUMBRE 

h-c-a 60 minutes 2 reels 70609 color:$28.i 

Presents the life, work, and times of Spain's most famous exemplar of costumbrismo, i 
journalistic-literary style which consisted of engaging, perceptive and detailed characterizations c 
people and places. Dramatizes a number of articulos, giving examples of both satirical and biographic 
portraits. Summarizes Larra's short and tragic life. Narration and commentary by Don Alonso Zamor 
Vicente of the Spanish Royal Academy. Spanish of intermediate to advanced level. A Spanish Televisio 
production. U.S. release date, 1980. (tvesp; ffth) 



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THE ARTIST WAS A WOMAN 

h-c-a 58 minutes 70542 color: $28.1 

Centers around a landmark exhibition of paintings featuring women artists from 1500-1950. Painting 
are displayed and cameos of the lives of the artists narrated by several contemporary women who ai 
art historians or patrons of the arts, including Germaine Greer, author of a history of women artist: 
and Ann Sutherland Harris, one of the organizers of the exhibition. Sponsored by a grant from tlf 
National Endowment for the Humanities. A 1980 production, (aww; abc) 



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ASBESTOS: THE WAY TO DUSTY DEATH 

h-c-a 51 minutes 2 reels 70492 color: $28. i 

As little as one-half day of exposure to asbestos dust can lead to irreversible lung damage and t 
several types of cancer. One of the patients interviewed in this film was exposed to the dust only whe 
she, as a child, embraced her father on his return from work. Now, a young mother of three, she 
dying of asbestos-caused disease. Exposes that these dangers were known and deliberately ignored t 
people in responsible positions in government and industry, and that this practice continues even no* 
A 1978 production, (abc) 



ASHES TO ASHES 

h-c-a 31 minutes 83675 color: $18., 

Begins with an actual photograph of two halves of a cancerous lung just removed from a patient ar 
goes on to trace the results of a British media campaign to discourage smoking (of which this is tl 
third program). The two previous programs caused three million Britons to try to quit. Overviews son 
of these regarding their attitudes, their success rate, the amount of money they have saved. Debatf 
individual cigarette ads with the head of an advertising agency, ends with the funeral of another victi 
of lung cancer. A 1975 production, (thtv; bon) 



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ASSASSINATION (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 5) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84940 mixed: $1 9.1 

Film sale: $495 J 
Explains the unfortunate circumstances which ended in the assassination of South Viet Nam's fir: 
president. Begins with the self-immolation protest of an elderly Buddhist monk, which set off a chain ttCKYAR 
riots in which dozens of Buddhists died. Explains the tenor and psychology of American negotiation ^ 
regarding what Kennedy might have changed if he had not also been assassinated three weeks aft< 
Diem. A 1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 

ASTRONOMY: THE COSMIC QUEST 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84713 color:$17. 

An overview of the most recent discoveries in modern astronomy, with the methods of researc 
currently being used. Includes interviews with four young researchers: cosmologist, theorist, rad 
astronomer and planetary scientist. A 1980 production, (flpa; ab) 



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THE ATOM: A CLOSER LOOK 

j-h-c-a 30 minutes 84890 color: $21.. 

Examines history and nature of the discoveries regarding atomic structure and energy potential of tl 
atom and its nucleus, using animation and live action. Attempts to answer critics of nuclear plant 
lising beneficial applications ot what is known in industry, agriculture and medicine. A 1980 productio 
(corpr; wdp) 



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h-c-a 96 minutes 3 reels 98948 color: $48. [f 

Re-creates the Attica prison not, in a drama based on the eyewitness account of Tom Wicker, entitled' Hi 



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ie to Die. Events are compressed for time constraints, and composite characters given fictitious 
nes. Directed by Marvin Chompsky, director of ROOTS and of HOLOCAUST. A 1980 production, (abc) 



iURICULOMEDICINE] (VERS UNE AURICULOMEDECINE) 

a 40 minutes %" U-Matic K00082 color:$33.00 

Cassette Sale: $360.00 
nments on symbolism of the ear in primitive societies, as an introduction to Dr. Nogier's explanation 
his theory of auriculomedicine. This practice combines acupuncture techniques with the notion that, 
superimposing a reverse image of a fetus on a human ear, body areas represented by the 
lerimposed parts can be treated with acupuncture needles placed in the ear at those points. Shows 
es being successfully treated in this way; points to the spread of the methodology to China where 
puncture originated. Illustrates, with laboratory animals, the plasmatic transfer of analgesia from 
ated to untreated animals. Nogier has been practicing aunculotherapy since 1953. A 1981 
iduction. (jabo) 






STRALIA 

c-a 25 minutes H00008VC color:$21.50 

'inning with a map to orient the viewer to places the camera will show, this tour recommends the 
d Coast, the Great Barrier Reef, the bird sanctuary, Sydney, New Guinea, Tasmania, Melbourne, the 
tral cattle country, and the west, of which it shows fast-cut montages — a "sampler" of 3 million 
,;-, iare miles. Prices given, being those of production date, are not valid. %" U-Matic videocassette. 75 
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(STRIA 

-c-a 28 minutes H00023VC color: $2 1.50 

usts" for Austria listed are a tour of Vienna by night, a trip to the Spanish riding school; 
formances of the Lipizzaner horses and of the Vienna Boys' Choir, and a view of the settings for 
jund of Music." Prices given in narration, being those of production date, are not valid. %" U-Matic 
eocassette. 75 (?) (bon; heri) 



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TOMOBILE SAFETY 

-a 18 minutes 56568 color:$ 15.00 

art from the hazards involved in driving an automobile, deals with some dangers to be avoided when 

vehicle is not in motion. Demonstrates the proper way of jumping a battery, changing a tire, 
eking an overheated radiator, and working on an idling engine. Cautions against situations where 
oline or carbon monoxide can become dangergous. A 1979 production, (hfc with nsc) 






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ITUMN IN NATURE 

14 minutes 57069 color:$13.50 

nts out changes in plants and animals preparing for winter. Identifies migrators, hibernators. Shows 
ivers storing limbs under water in order to have access to food when the lake freezes, elk bugling, 
s sparring. Gives examples of natural camouflage, showing winter and summer coats of the 
rmigan. Covers changes in plants as well as animals. Ends with a review of points made. A 1979 
duction. (ffco) 



TUMN WITH GRIZZLIES 

15 minutes 56990 color:$ 15.00 

ineates habits and behavior of grizzly bears at different ages and seasons. Follows a sow and her 
i through a summer and autumn season, showing how bears observe a hierarchical right to food 
irees, explore, and play. A 1982 production, (karv; bed) 



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BY BIRDS AND THEIR PARENTS 

■/ 11 minutes 04986 color:$ 13.00 

)ws the kinds of homes birds make and ways in which they protect and feed their young. Includes 
ise, kildeer, heron, hummingbird, flicker, owl, swallow, mourning dove, tern. Vocabulary apt to be 
amiliar appears as subtitles. A 1981 production, (cec) 



E BABY MAKERS 

44 minutes 90324 color:$26.50 

tudy of the status of genetic engineering and of its market, as regards the selection, freezing and 

rketing of sperm and of eggs, and the use of 'surrogate mothers' both in the animal and human 

, , icies. To give some idea of the magnitude of the industry, 1978 statistics were given as follows: 9 

>Jj lion cattle, 136 million turkeys, 300,000 swine, 35,000 horses, 300 goats and 20,000 human babies 

re produced by artificial insemination. A 1979 production, (cbs; crm / megh) 
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MlCKYARD ALTERNATIVE ENERGY 

-c-a 25 minutes 84676 color: $2 1.50 

■ veys innovative, small-scale individual energy-producing and saving projects: a five-story live-in 
dmill, various solar heaters and heat-exchange devices, pedal power and compost power testify to 
ingenuity of ordinary Americans. A 1978 production, (cec) 



E BADIA AWAKENS 

20 minutes 



56854 



color: $18. 50 
Film sale:$300.00 
Cassette sale:$ 180.00 
lains that in 30 years the population of Amman, Jordan, has grown from 20,000 to 750,000, swollen 
refugees and rural migration. Tent cities and shanty towns have mushroomed. New settlements in 
al areas are taking the pressure off Amman as inter-city highways improve communications, 
lowing a truck driver who has relocated, the film shows his new home, social improvements, medical 
.ii ilities, and good community spirit, and touches on rural-desert industries. These range from an oil 
• inery and phosphate mine to a Bedouin camel farm and reclaimed agricultural land. A 1976 
duction. (unchs; ui) 






GS OF LIFE 

:-a 50 minutes 2 reels 70559 color:$27.25 

.0 nmarizes research on structure and function of cell membranes; demonstrates their behavior by 



experiment, reveals their structure by means of electron microscopy. Discusses possible applications of 
the knowledge, including medical targeting of cells for treatment without affecting other cells. A 1978 
production, (bbc; fi) 

BAHAMAS 

j-h-c-a 26 minutes H00010VC color: $2 1.50 

An enchanting chain of 700 islands, stretching in a 750-mile arc from the tip of Florida, is visited and 
described, with emphasis on Nassau. Narration describes travel regulations, necessary documents, and 
hints for sightseers, but prices, being those of production date, are not valid. \" U-Matic 
videocassette. 75 (?) (bon; hen) 



THE BAHAMAS: A SEA OF ISLANDS 

h-c-a 12 minutes 



56956 



color: $13. 50 
Film sale: $180.00 
Cassette sale: $108. OO 
Studies the formulation and implementation of a national policy of environmental safeguards designed 
to protect the sea, on which the life of the Bahamas depends. Seeks a balance in a concerted effort 
both to conserve the Marine environment and to allow limited industrial development and continued 
tourism. Lists and photographs aspects of the policy. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

BALLOON SAFARI 

general 55 minutes 2 reels 70545 color:$29. OO 

Records the adventures of wildlife filmmaker Alan Root, who saw the hot air balloon as an ideal camera 
platform for filming African animals around his home in Kenya. He invites a British balloonist to teach 
him to fly one; they discuss the matter over lunch in the yard, with the pet hippopotamus lying beside 
the coffee table, the pet aardvark burrowing nearby. The film shares the difficulties as they met them 
— including some unplanned dips in the lake, as well as some exceptional footage of wildlife and of a 
flight over Mt. Kilimanjaro. A 1975 production, (ang; benf) 

BANGKOK 

j-h-c-a 11 minutes 04998 color: $11.25 

Gives viewers a quick tour which conveys the flavor, appearance and customs of the Thai capital city. 
Customs of primary importance concern Buddhism: all males must be ordained monks, even if they 
choose to limit the length of their service. (Shows an ordination ceremony.) Chief oddity to many 
tourists is that most transportation is by canal. Portrays scenes in the 30-acre open air market, and 
shows several of the hundreds of temples characteristic of the city. A 1978 production, (lucf) 

BANKRUPT (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

h-c-a 28 minutes 85145 color: $38.00 

W U-Matic C85145 color:$38.00 

Selects the Inforex experience to document the meanings and procedures of bankruptcy. Interviews 
founders of the firm, a former financial officer, and the judge who handled the bankruptcy case. Traces 
the difficulties, the decision of the banker-creditors, the re-selling, and the job turnovers. A 1981 
production, (wgbh; lea) 

THE BARBER SHOP 

h-c-a 20 minutes 56950 b&w:$ 13.25 

Set in Felton City, whose population is 832 and whose elevation is two feet below sea level, this W.C. 
Fields spoof of the role of the barber shop in a community of this size gives admirable opportunity for 
the full range of his wit. A 1933 production, (par; nfvc) 

THE BAREFOOT DOCTORS OF RURAL CHINA 

h-c-a 52 minutes 70490 color:$28.50 

In 1965, when Chairman Mao recommended that in the medical program of the nation, the rural need 
for doctors be met, 20% of China's medical personnel were assigned to train rural paramedics, who 
have become an important medical resource and a fruitful recruiting ground for future doctors and 
veterinarians. Methods and tasks of these young paramedics are shown, filmed in communes, clinics, 
schools and hospitals all over the People's Republic of China. There is a new saying, "China walks on 
two legs," meaning it has adopted the best of eastern and western medical techniques and resources. A 
1975 production. Mounted on two reels, (dial; cado) 

BASIC BREADMAKING 

j-h-c-a 15 minutes 50168 color:$ 17.50 

A young man and a young woman narrate and demonstrate methods for, and converse about and 
sample products of, three types of breadmaking: yeast breads, biscuits, muffins. Yeast breads 
demonstrated are loaf bread, crescents, twists, and cinnamon rolls. Uses time-lapse photography for 
rising and baking sequences. A 1981 production, (cec) 

BASIC FILM PHOTOGRAPHY 

general 17 minutes 56585 color: $15. 00 

Definitions of basic terms accompany demonstrations of basic techniques: hand-holding, panning, 
dollying, use of wide-angle, telephoto and zoom lenses are covered. A series of mini-films follows, 
showing how lighting and choice of film contribute to creating atmosphere, giving the illusion of depth 
and space, and creating suspense. A 1978 production, (phf; pyr) 

BASIC RECORDS FOR A SMALL BUSINESS 

c-a 19 minutes 57004 color:$16.75 

Presents several analogies, together with dramatized cases, to define and emphasize the importance of 
the role of careful record keeping, regardless of the size of the enterprise. Uses as examples a small 
optical company (how and why not to) and a small business whose specialty is framing pictures (a 
sterling success.) Presents record keeping as basic to every facet of managing both material and 
money. Stresses the value of professional help, and the economy of 'doing it right.' A 1982 production, 
(fbdb; befi) 



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BATTERED TEENS 

j-h-c-a 11 minutes 05042 color: $12. 25 

Interviews members of a Mississippi family which obtained help for child abuse problems through a 
Parents Anonymous program, and went on to help establish a network of Teen groups. Reveals that as 
many as 15% of child abuse cases involve teens. Tells teens who need help what their options are. A 
1980 production, (cbs; fi) 

BATTLEGROUND WASHINGTON: POLITICS OF PRESSURE 

h-c-a 52 minutes 2 reels 70553 color:$28.50 

Studies varieties of lobbying (the effort to influence the nature of legislative action in the nation's 
capital): the free-lance lobbyist, the PAC committee, the computerized direct-mail campaign, and the 
roles taken by individual congressmen. Uses Charles Walker as an example of the discreet and 
knowledgeable free-lancer; Russell Long as the example of congressmen who have chosen to represent 
special interests. Discusses PAC's, follows the fate of House Resolution 1 (whose purpose is to limit 
PAC activity) to its death in committee. Examines the new approach (computerized direct mail) of 
Richard Viguene, speculating about its effect. A 1979 production, (abc) 

THE BAXTERS SERIES 

The Baxter family consists of Stan and Susan, parents of teenagers Dennis 
and Amy, and of "Grandma Lizzie" and her "steady," Arthur Wiggins. As 
each meets problems typical of his age, the way he and the others deal with 
each incident and with each other becomes food for thought and for 
laughter. Dramatic episodes are followed by discussion periods with members 
of the television studio audience, conducted by guest 'experts.' A television 
'soap' with a public service angle, designed to give viewers a chance to 
propose their own solutions to typical human dilemmas by a critical 
evaluation of realistic characters. A 1978 production, (wcvb / bbi; abc) 

THE BAXTERS: EDGAR WIGGINS 

h-c-a 22 minutes 84852 color:$ 16.50 

Dealing with the emotionality of grief in a friend is the focus of the dramatization and ensuing 
discussion in this episode. Grandma's 'steady,' Arthur Wiggins, is at the Baxters for a pizza party when 
he receives news of the unexpected death of his brother. From Grandma's handling of the situation to 
Stan's embarrassed desire to 'escape,' responses invite discussion. A 1978 production, (wcvb / bbi; 
abc) 

THE BAXTERS: LEAVING THE NEST 

h-c-a 22 minutes 84853 color:$ 16.50 

When Dennis' girlfriend Lisa stays overnight, Stan and Susan manifest their mistrust of the young 
people and their reluctance to see Dennis reach the level of independent decision-making. Progressively 
funnier 'sitcom' complications make the break more difficult and more inevitable. A 1978 production, 
(wcbv / bbi; abc) 

THE BAXTERS: STAN'S MID-LIFE CRISIS 

h-c-a 22 minutes 84854 color:$ 16.50 

Stan, tired of job, routine, and mundane problems, runs across an old school friend who has 'dumped' 
his family and gone into a questionable line of work, dresses like a rock performer, and recommends 
the same to Stan. Post-drama discussion period is led by Dr. Gerald Borofsky, Chief of Psychiatry at 
Boston's Mental Health Center and at Massachusetts General Hospital. A 1978 production, (wcvb / bbi; 
abc) 

THE BAXTERS: SUSAN'S NEW JOB 

h-c-a 22 minutes 84855 color: $16. 50 

Susan is offered a promotion which will cause her salary to exceed Stan's. He does not want to 
diminish her joy, but his feelings of insecurity are too great. They are expressed in Stan's troubled sleep 
in a male chauvinist's nightmare of role reversals — a hilarious 'sitcom' with serious implications, later 
brought out by members of the audience. A 1978 production, (wcvb / bbi; abc) 

THE BAXTERS: TOGA PARTY 

h-c-a 22 minutes 84855 color:$ 16.50 

Examines peer pressure and sexual mores by dramatizing an occasion on which Dennis and his buddy 
Everett, dressing for a toga party and discussing the possibility of an orgy to disguise their feelings of 
insecurity, are happened upon in the kitchen by Grandma Lizzie. Interchanges with her bring out the 
differences in vocabulary and the similarities of human feelings in the two generations. Post-drama 
discussion is led by Dr. Alfred McAlister, Professor of Behavioral Science at the Harvard School of 
Public Health. A 1978 production, (wcvb / bbi; abc) 

BE SMART...DONT START 

i-j-h 15 minutes 57071 color:$ 14.50 

Hits high points in discouraging smoking: the critical absence of pain nerves in the lungs, analysis of 
the chemical content of tobacco smoke, portrayal of its effects on the body, the connection with 
smoking as a contributive factor in 1000 deaths a day in the United States alone, the subtle distinction 
between a habit and an addiction. Interviews youngsters who are sorry they started. A 1981 
production, (ffco) 

THE BEAR 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84894 color: $19. 00 

Dramatizes the maturing years of a young boy in the old south, emphasizing the fellowship of hunters 
and the growth of courage. "Old Ben," a bear who has eluded hunters for so long as to have become a 
legend and a symbol, is the focus of the plot. A sensitive rendition of William Faulkner's short story. A 
1980 production, (cbs; ab) 



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BEARINGS (ENERGY CONVERSION, PRIME MOVERS AND TRANSACTIONAL 
SYSTEMS SERIES) 

h-c-a 19 minutes 56943 color: $15.'M 

Enumerates and illustrates, by means of close-up photography, models, and graphics, the types (I* 
bearings, mountings, seals, sleeves and collars. Describes load type for which each is designed (radi« R! 
thrust, combined); explains how designs overcome static and kinetic friction. Definitions anjjjj 
demonstrations accompany the presentation of system components. A 1976 production, (geop; lucf) " 



BEARS, KINGS OF THE WILD 

i-j-h 23 minutes 



84721 



color:$16v 



North American black and polar, panda bears, and the spectacled bear of the Andes are shown in the ^ 
natural habitats. Examines the historical variety of relationships between human cultures and the beaj! 
Points out that although bears in national parks have become accustomed to the presence of human irj 
they can still be dangerous. A 1980 production, (eb) 

BEAUTY, BONNY, DAISY, VIOLET, GRACE, AND GEOFFREY MORTON 

h-c-a 55 minutes 70161 color: $28.) 

Captures the spirit of a man and a way of life: Geoffrey Morton, a Yorkshire farmer, prefers to work h 
land with horses instead of tractors, saying, "With horses, nature imposes the bounds on ye. Ye can 
take out more than ye put in." Shows how this natural pace is a part of all that is done — the plowirt 
the breeding of a mare and stallion, the birth of a foal. Sound track is largely natural conversation ar 
farm sounds. Everything is in tune with the huge horses and their good dispositions — the beauty i 
the countryside, the gentle strength with which Morton manages situations and animals. Winner of tt 
1975 Prix Italia. A 1975 production. {Note: Distributor catalog title is SHIRE HORSES.) (thtv; bon) J 

BECAUSE SOMEBODY CARES 

general 28 minutes 84768 color:$18.i 

Portrays what visitors can mean in the lives of the homebound elderly. Shows actual visits an 
interviews various types of volunteer visitors: middle-aged couples, teens and children, churc 
representatives and mobile members of the aged themselves. Visitors say they gain more than ft 
visited, in learning and in enrichment. A 1979 production, (lu / tn; tn) 



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BECAUSE THEY LOVE ME 

h-c-a 31 minutes 84755 color: $19.'i 

Dramatic re-creation, over fourteen years in the life of two girls, of the nature and structure i 
emotional / psychological abuse, with graphic hints at its possible consequences. Focusing on Jessie 
younger of two sisters, uses key scenes whose content conveys to her that she doesn't really matter 
anyone. Sponsored by multiple grants, skillfully constructed and believable. A 1980 production. (Ij 
pers) 



THE BEGINNING (A WIGGLEMEN TALE) 

general 5 minutes 05054 color:$10.( 

An engaging wordless representation of the way new ideas 'catch on.' The creative individual is inspin 
to try, but ridiculed (or worse) by others. Yet he persists and succeeds, and the contagion to ti 
touches one or two more... Rhythmic background music with simple but expressive animation. A 19£ 
production, (coh; chu) 



BEGINNING BEEKEEPING 

/'-/ 22 minutes 85042 color:$15A 

Introduces basic beekeeping by following one beekeeper through the entire process of establishing 
hive and caring for the colony. Presents equipment and processes, and discusses physic} 
characteristics, habits and communicative mechanisms of bees. Emphasizes usefulness of bees. A 19/i 
production, (ufl; mcfi) 



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BEGINNING RESPONSIBILITY: I CAN DO IT! 

p 15 minutes 56554 color:$14.i 

Illustrates that with initiative and determination youngsters can accomplish things they did not realii 
were possible for them. A young girl is encouraged to try to fix her grandfather's puppet which sr 
accidentally damaged. By observing how other puppets are put together she succeeds in a project thi 
she didn't think she could do. Replaces Beginning Responsibility: Doing Things for Ourselves in School. 
1978 production, (c) 



BEGINNING RESPONSIBILITY: THE BROKEN BOOK SHOP 

p 12 minutes 56555 color: $13A 

Combines object animation with live footage of a book repair man to tell the story of Reuben who ca 
talk to the books which end up in his repair shop. They talk back taking the opportunity to relate tali 
of abuse and misuse, and to reveal proper methods of taking care of books. Replaces Beginnin 
Responsibility: Books and Their Care. A 1979 production, (c) 



BEHAVIOR OF GASES (CHEM 101) 

c-a 15 minutes %" U-Matic 



CO0 124 



color: $29.', 
Cassette Sale: $130.1 
Describes the kinetic molecular model devised to account for the observed behavior of gases. Sho» 
how Charles' Law and Boyle's Law can be combined to form the Ideal Gas Equation. Explains tti 
various units for expressing the molar gas constant R, showing how they operate in a problem involvir 
carbon monoxide. Demonstrates how to change the physical variables to standard units to find tt 
number of moles of carbon monoxide, expressed in atmospheres. Discusses ways in which gases devia 
in their behavior from the Ideal Gas Equation, and how Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures applies I 
mixtures such as the earth's atmosphere. Explains the applications of Avogadro's Hypothesis. Define 
and demonstrates (with computer animation) Brownian motion, discussing its effect in the kineti 
energy transfer characteristic of gas behavior. Delineates ways in which the four basic assumptions i 
Kinetic Molecular Theory fit with the Ideal Gas Equation; discusses effects of pressure and temperatur 
A 1974 production, (ui) 



BEYOND DEATH'S DOOR / 9 



BEHAVIOR OF MATTER 

15 minutes 57058 color:$ 13.75 

phasizes, in photographic demonstrations, clues that help to identify chemical changes. Introduces 
lecular theory as a model, showing how models can be used to clarify invisible events, structures, or 
jcesses. A 1982 production, (eb) 

Inin kingship ritual 



a 



30 minutes 57142 color:$ 13.00 

sents the six ritual stages in the Benin renewal celebration for the king: the Odudua Masquerade, the 
tival of the King's Father, the Rite of Rebellion, the Blessing of the King's Head, the Driving Out of 
atisfied Spirits, the Festival of Joy and Peace. The King, or Oba, is thirty-seventh of his line, and is 
educated and sophisticated ruler who honors the traditions of his country, (cfsl) 



INJAMIN FRANKLIN: CITIZEN OF TWO WORLDS 

. j-c-a 27 minutes 84710 color: $17.75 

fers Benjamin Franklin's eight years in Paris as America's first ambassador to France. Received very 

I arable review from the Metropolitan Museum of Art: "the panorama of Franklin's personality and 
erience is most successfully communicated through an intelligent and fluid script and a rich 
•ction of paintings.. .an insightful and entertaining documentary." A 1979 production, (phpr) 

IRMUDA 

j-c-a 25 minutes H00006VC color: $2 1.50 

ivel regulations and instructions for taking your car are interspersed with descriptive narration of the 
late and accomodations. One remarkably pleasant feature is the total absence of neon signs. There 
universal 20 MPH speed limit, contributing to the restful pace of life. A montage of landscapes, 
■scapes, city and town scenes shows the top reasons tourists return: friendliness, beauty, cleanliness 
I restfulness. Prices given, being those of production date, are not valid. V U-Matic videocassette. 
:|(?) (bon; heri) 

RTRAND RUSSELL SPEAKS HIS MIND: COMMUNISM AND CAPITALISM 

i 14 minutes 55913 b&w:$1 7. 00 

trand Russell, interviewed by Woodrow Wyatt, points out similarities between communism and 
talism, resulting from the fact that large organizations, centrally run, produce a certain executive 
j and a similar series of procedures. Russell discusses his disappointment with communism, citing 
ts flaw its belief in the possibility of benevolent despotism. Asserting that the 'free world' is not 
y free, Russell nonetheless comes to the rather surprising conclusion that the peaceful coexistence 
;ommunism and capitalism is possible. A 1959 production, (vgc; bon) 



RTRAND RUSSELL SPEAKS HIS MIND: FANATICISM AND TOLERANCE 

I 14 minutes 55923 b&w:$ 17.00 

-Inaticism consists in thinking some one matter so overwhelmingly important that it outweighs 
frything else... It is one of the diseases of the mind to which communities are susceptible." Russell 
; .fs examples in history, analysing the characteristics of fanatical groups. He defines tolerance and 

s his own test for acting in the face of uncertainty: act, if the results of your action would not be 

strous if you were proven wrong. A 1959 production, (vgc; bon) 

TRAND RUSSELL SPEAKS HIS MIND: GREAT BRITAIN 

14 minutes 55918 b&w:$17.00 

sell analyses British attitudes and character, contrasting them with selected other societies such as 

rica and Continental Europe. "Because we've not been invaded since 1066, we've had less reason 

i ;; fcavagery than some," comments Russell. He sees the keystone of the British character as a tolerant 

H ingness to compromise. America, he is sure, will move farther from any resemblance it had to 

ain, both because the people who left Britain left precisely because they found compromise odious, 

because the proportion of Americans of British descent is constantly decreasing. He finds the 

tinental approach to life more doctrinaire and dogmatic, being "for" or "against" a given stand, 

- ler than for finding a reasonable middle ground. A 1959 production, (vgc; bon) 



URAND RUSSELL SPEAKS HIS MIND: NATIONALISM 

14 minutes 55917 b&w:$1 7. 00 

rand Russell distinguishes cultural from political nationalism, saying that cultural nationalism is 
|ll d in that it preserves diversity. Political nationalism, on the other hand, has proven itself an 
. litigated evil, inspirational of hatred and war. Russell recommends that armies should be 
rnational, as a preventive of this particular source of danger to society. Cites political nationalism 
_ he greatest present danger to the world. A 1959 production, (vgc; bon) 



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URAND RUSSELL SPEAKS HIS MIND: POWER 

14 minutes 55922 b & w:$ 1 7. 00 

sell examines the ambiguities surrounding the power drive: it seems to be necessary to 
implishment, but there seems to be, in its exercise, a danger to the person and to the society, 
|i"i re it becomes an end in itself. Making the categorical statement that every kind of power needs 
ling, Russell says, "I should like to see everywhere two police forces: one to prove guilt and one to 
(e innocence." He sees the use and abuse of power as the key issue which distinguishes good from 
government. A 1959 production, (vgc; bon) 



USSELL SPEAKS HIS MIND: RELIGION 

14 minutes 55914 b&w:$1 7. 00 

jiilsell lists his objections to religious traditions: he feels that their basis is fear, that they discourage 
est thinking, that they give inordinate importance to unimportant things, that they sanctify 
servatism and inspire intolerance and hatred. He disbelieves in life after death because he can 
iijjj spt no distinction between mind and brain. A 1959 production, (vgc; ben) 

1URAND RUSSELL SPEAKS HIS MIND: TABOO MORALITY 

14 minutes 55924 b & w:$ 1 7 00 

:rand Russell contrasts taboo morality with natural morality, saying that natural morality has a 
,ni[ s in logic on the question, "Will this be harmful?" He considers peripheral issues such as ethical 
ems, in which he believes, with the reservation that it is difficult to separate ethics from politics. 



His belief that there ought to be no rules prohibiting certain types of publication is based on the 
conviction that prohibition increases people's interest in whatever is prohibited. A 1959 production, 
(vgc; bon) 

BERTRAND RUSSELL SPEAKS HIS MIND: THE H BOMB 

c-a 14 minutes 55919 b&w:$ 17.00 

"A hydrogen bomb war would be a dead end to everything we care about.. ..Unlike all previous weapons, 
these damage everyone, without exception." Russell examines the phenomenon of becoming 
accustomed to the idea of danger, the fact that the proliferation of nuclear weapons increases the 
danger of bad judgment, and the difficulty in getting rid of the weapons. He predicts that unless a way 
is found to make sure that war will not occur (a world government), the human race will be 
exterminated. A 1959 production, (vgc; bon) 

BERTRAND RUSSELL SPEAKS HIS MIND: THE POSSIBLE FUTURE OF MANKIND 

c-a 14 minutes 55915 b&w:$ 17.00 

Bertrand Russell and his interviewer, Woodrow Wyatt, summarize the highlights of their series of 
conversations. Russell sees as possible dangers to the future of mankind: war, regimentation, the 
ascendance of the 'administrative type,' the determination of opinion by the educational system. An 
example of his objection to the educational system: "Americans respect art and pay European artists 
great numbers of dollars, but no American child is allowed to have the kind of exceptional mentality 
which he must have if he is to become an artist." A 1959 production, (vgc; bon) 

BERTRAND RUSSELL SPEAKS HIS MIND: THE ROLE OF THE INDIVIDUAL 

c-a 14 minutes 55916 b&w:$17.00 

Russell finds that liberties need enlarging in the mental sphere, but diminishing in the possessive 
sphere. He sees the variety of activities a person can carry on other than as a member of an 
organization diminishing. Great scientists of the past, for example, could innovate with a minimum of 
equipment. The scientific frontier of today is impossible to explore without such expensive equipment 
that a scientist must be funded and sponsored, diminishing his freedom. Russell, together with his 
interviewer, examines the fact that important innovators have often displeased their contemporaries. A 
1959 production, (vgc; bon) 

BERTRAND RUSSELL SPEAKS HIS MIND: WAR AND PACIFISM 

c-a 14 minutes 55920 b&w:$17.00 

Bertrand Russell distinguishes between the concepts of legally justified and morally justified war, giving 
this as the basis for his change of attitude from pacifism in World War I to the feeling that World War II 
was justifiable. Recommends that many opportunities for adventure should be made readily available 
for those who feel this need, as a preventive against war. A 1959 production, (vgc; bon) 

BERTRAND RUSSELL SPEAKS HIS MIND-WHAT IS HAPPINESS? 

c-a 14 minutes 55921 b&w:$ 17.00 

Bertrand Russell lists constituents and enemies of happiness, giving some personal illustrations. Basic 
to happiness for the human being, he believes, are health, sufficient means to keep from want, good 
personal relations, successful work, ana breadth of interest, which becomes more important as one 
grows older. Factors in the individual which militate against happiness are worry, envy, boredom and 
self-deception. Russell comments that in his own life, periods of happiness have seemed to lengthen as 
he grew older. A 1959 production, (vgc; bon) 

BERTRAND RUSSELL SPEAKS HIS MIND: WHAT IS PHILOSOPHY? 

c-a 14 minutes 55912 b&w:$17.00 

Departing from the premise that no two philosophers would give the same answer, Russell gives his own 
definition: "Philospohy consists of speculations about matters where exact knowledge is not yet 
possible. This means that questions are always passing over from philosophy to science." Philosophy's 
usefulness to man consists in two things: it enlarges his view, and it shows him that there are things he 
thought he knew that he doesn't know. An attempt to understand the world is the proper use of 
philosophy. Stoics, says Russell, misused philosophy because they tried to prescribe behavior. Russell 
and his interviewer explore the recent branching of linguistic philosophy, the Continental approach, and 
other current trends. A 1959 production, (vgc; bon) 

THE BEST YOU POSSIBLE 

/-/' 14 minutes 50085 color: $14. 50 

Examines basics of grooming and personal care for enhancement of a young person's self-image. 
Includes the importance of exercise, cleanliness, choosing hair styles to balance facial characteristics, 
and choosing clothing for comfort, freedom and style. A 1981 production, (cec) 

A BETTER LIFE FOR FARMERS 

h-c-a 12 minutes 56855 color: $13. 50 

Film sale:$ 180.00 
Cassette sale:$1 10.00 
Shows how strip mining of bauxite ore, Jamaica's biggest export, is not allowed to destroy valuable 
agricultural land. Since 1948 mining companies have leased land to farmers for minimal rents, each 
farmer getting up to 50 acres. Areas slated for mining first have topsoil removed to mined-out acreage, 
which is then quickly returned to agricultural use. Crop growing is related to the ecology of the area; a 
government marketing corporation guarantees crop purchase. The scheme helps keep people on the 
land. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

BETTY BOOP IN MOTHER GOOSE LAND 

p-i-a 7 minutes 05065 b&w:$ 10.00 

Betty Boop falls asleep reading her Mother Goose book, and is whisked off aboard a broom for a visit 
with her most favorite— and one least favorite— of characters. She is at last heroically rescued from 
Miss Muffet's spider, by the four and twenty blackbirds from the pie. A 1933 production, (nta; fest) 

BEYOND DEATH'S DOOR 

h-c-a 92 minutes 3 reels 98949 color: $36. 25 

Dramatic re-enactments of six people's life-after-death experiences. A young doctor witnesses each 
experience, and sets out to find some way to explain these otherwise inexplicable phenomena. Stars 



10 / BEYOND DEATH'S DOOR 



Tom Hallick, Howard Piatt, Jo Ann Harris and Michael McGuire. Based on the book by Dr. Maurice 
Rawlings. A 1979 production, (schsu; lucf) 



BEYOND FAMILY PLANNING 

h-c-a 27 minutes 



84900 



color: $23.00 
Film sale:$405.00 
Cassette sale: $245. 00 
Appraises Singapore's booming population problem, indicating that unprecendented social organization 
plus more concentrated use of industrial and commercial space are absolute necessities. Antisocial 
behavior is not yet apparent, but planners acknowledge potential dangers. People use birth control to 
space, rather than limit, their children. Disincentive measures foreseen include raising hospital charges 
sharply after the second child, cutting maternity leave, and eliminating tax relief or housing priority for 
large families. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

THE BIG IF... [INTERFERON] 

h-c-a 50 minutes 2 reels 70561 color: $27. 25 

Resumes 1980 status of research on interferon. Animation is used to explain both the nature of viruses 
and the way interferon works. Recounts the events which discouraged interest, and those which finally 
reversed that trend. Deals briefly with the success in making interferon with bacteria, and with 
research remaining to be done because of the many types of interferon made by different types of body 
cells. A 1980 production, (bbc; fi) 

THE BIG PICTURE: [THE ATOMIC SOLIDERS] 

h-c-a 29 minutes 83815 color:$ 18.75 

Uses clips from the U.S. military-produced series THE BIG PICTURE to expose discrepancies between the 
army command's version of 1957 events grouped together as "Exercise Smokey," the largest atomic 
bomb test in the Nevada desert, and the version of participating soldiers. Shows a high instance of 
leukemia and other types of health problems in participants, inaccurate data-keeping and loss of 
records by the army, and failure to monitor participants after the test, all of which combine to cast 
doubt on the army's claim that infantry soldiers can survive tactical nuclear warfare with little or no 
physical or mental damage. A 1978 production, (thtv; bon) 

THE BIG VILLAGE 

general 26 minutes 84509 color: $ 18.50 

"My uncles carry their hopes no further than their oars will take them. Their lives are trapped in fish 
nets.. ..We have begun to see how small our dreams have been. People are not content." Thus begins 
the narration of a vivid portrayal of the third world's lifestyle, and of how it has come to look upon the 
rich. Couched in a poetic style as a plea for sharing, it acknowledges nonetheless that the division of 
very rich and very poor cannot endure. A 1979 production, (un; ab) 

BIGHORNS OF BEAUTY CREEK 

/-/ 25 minutes 85018 color: $2 1.00 

Studies behavior and habits of bighorn sheep: sparring of males; expressions of submission; the custom 
of lamb and ewe remaining together for two years; winter and summer grazing territories. Includes 
shots of mountain goat and moose fawns. Ends with a battle for herd dominance. A 1982 production, 
(karv; befi) 

BIKE STYLE 

h-c-a 18 minutes 56971 color:$15.50 

Gives instructions and helpful hints for cycle travel in Europe, by following an actual tour taken by two 
couples in Yugoslavia. They tell what to them are the advantages of this type of travel over all others 
available. A 1980 production, (befi) 

BILL OF RIGHTS IN ACTION: EQUAL OPPORTUNITY (REVISED) 

general 22 minutes 53177 color: $17. 00 

Dramatizes the complexity of a reverse discrimination labor relations problem: a Black worker is 
promoted over a white with seniority, in an attempt to rectify past discrimination. The white protests, 
and a hearing is held. In-depth arguments of both sides are presented; the decision is left to the 
viewers. A 1982 production, (bewi; ab) 

THE BILL OF RIGHTS IN ACTION: FREEDOM OF SPEECH (REVISED) 

general 18 minutes 52711 color:$16.75 

Examines, through dramatization, the question, "How may an individual's freedom of speech be 
balanced against the welfare of the community and the state's need to preserve the peace." Drama 
involves a neo-Nazi speaker in front of a Jewish synagogue in a neighborhood with survivors of 
Auschwitz and Dachau. Lawyers (for the state and for the defense) present arguments citing decisions 
in previous cases; viewers are left to produce a verdict. A 1982 production, (bewi; ab) 

THE BILL OF RIGHTS IN ACTION: WOMEN'S RIGHTS 

j-h-c-a 22 minutes 56921 color:$ 18.00 

Examines aspects of the continuing debates over participation of women on men's sports teams by 
studying the case of a high school girl swimmer. Presents the arguments of the two lawyers in a 
courtroom situation; leaves the decision to the viewers. A 1974 production, (cbs; ab) 

THE BILLION DOLLAR BUBBLE 

j-h-c-a 60 minutes 2 reels 70572 color:$29.25 

Prize-winning dramatization of a large-scale case of computer fraud, based on interviews with the 
consipirators and on liquidation reports from the company. Multiple awards in Britain include best 
documentary, best play, outstanding creative achievement. A 1976 production, (bbc; fi) 

THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES: CELL BIOLOGY 

j-h-c 17 minutes 56804 color: $15. 75 

Identifies cells as highly complex "chemical factories." Reviews their classification as prokaryotic or 
eukaryotic; compares photosynthesis in bacteria and green algae, emphasizing the significance of 
oxygen. Identifies chloroplasts and mitochondria with essential life processes, cites evidence for the 
symbiotic theory of their orgin. A 1981 production, (bioma; c) 



THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES: ECOLOGICAL BIOLOGY 

j-h-c 17 minutes 56925 color:$15.i, 

Defines ecology as a study of the energy flow through systems, and of interactions among communitie:; 
Examines, in this connection, the role of predators, using starfish and didinium as examples 
Photomicrography is used to show photosynthesis. Discusses ways in which the study of small system 
is useful in understanding large ones. Presents earth as a system composed of systems, all of whic 
recycle. Faults agricultu'e for failure to recycle adequately. A 1981 production, (bioma; c) 

THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES: EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY 

j-h-c 17 minutes 56806 color: $15.', 

Seeks to explain the diversity of species by reviewing the theory of evolution and its basic evidenci; 
derived from the study of populations. Examines the role of sexual reproduction, mutation, naturi 
selection. Evaluates the effects of geographic and reproductive isolation. A 1981 production, (bioma; 1 

THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES: MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 

h-c-a 51 minutes 56823 color: $15.1$ 

Considers conditions under which molecules of life might have formed; examines the role of chlorophy 
in capturing energy; reviews the role of cell membranes; identifies ATP as the source of energy f(j^ 
cellular action; shows how DNA controls protein synthesis; explores the role of enzymes as catalysts, 
1981 production. (bioma;c) 

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BIOLOGY: EXPLORING THE LIVING WORLD 

h 19 minutes 56594 color: $16A 

An overview of biology as a science explains the ways in which it surveys the plant, animal and proti th 
kingdoms, using appearance, behavior, similarity and differences as bases for classification. Touches tj^ 
chronobiology as a special branch of that science. A 1979 production, (eb) 



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BIRDS AROUND YOU 

i-j-h 19 minutes 57015 color:$14.! 

Shows and identifies over 50 species of birds, telling which are native and which were introduced fro k 
elsewhere, and grouping them into 'families.' Describes and compares them with regard to migratioift 
food gathering, nesting. Encourages bird-watching. A 1982 release, (dfp; mcfi) 



BIRTH: HOW LIFE BEGINS 

h-c-a 23 minutes 84824 color:$15. 

Follows a couple, Allan and Barbara Klass, through the preparation for, and birth of, their daughte f* 
emphasizing physiological and psychological processes. Stresses the importance of proper pre- ai 
post-natal care, and ways of integrating a new child into an established family routine. A 19/-J| 
production, (eb) 



BIRTHPLACE OF BEAUTY II 

h-c-a 22 minutes 56517 color: $16. •'' 

Visits locales in Italy famous for violin-making (Brescia, Cremona) showing details of the ancient cr< Bat 
and giving the history of its most famous practitioners. Contemporary artisans are shown learning t'P 
same careful hand techniques, and several of Paganini's Caprices are performed by violinist Ruggie '* 
Ricci. A 1973 production, (vibr; ifb) 



BITTER MELONS ' H 

c-a 32 minutes 85228 color: $17: ' ' 

Depicts the life of Gwi Bushmen, who live in the Central Kalahari Desert. The Gwi, one of fo S! 
sub-groups of Bushmen, gain subsistence largely from hunting and gathering, although they pla "' 
melons to provide an additional source of liquid, which is very scarce. Covers three aspects of Gwi Ifii f 
gaining subsistence, recreations, and music. Songs and musical games constitute an important part w 
social life. The musical bow, as principal instrument, features prominently in performances. A 19!5 7 
production, (der) 



THE BLACK ATHLETE 

general 26 minutes 84760 color:$17. 

Examines, through the history of sports, the debate over whether the achievement of equality in t 
area of sports as a profession has helped or damaged the young black population. Recounts the histc 
and difficulties of Black entry into sports and enumerates advantages and disadvantages. A program 
"James Michener's World." A 1980 production, (capp; pyr) 



THE BLACK CAT 

h-c-a 26 minutes 85195 color:$16. 

Dramatizes the Edgar Allan Poe horror tale of an animal lover who turns vicious as a result of I 
alcoholism, abusing his pets and his wife. The ironic turn taken by justice has a flavor of the occult. 
1983 production, (tcul) 



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BLACK ICE 

general 1 1 minutes 05006 color: $ 1 1. 

Explains the nature and conveys the flavor of ice-boat racing, in snowy conditions and under t 
perfect conditions known as "black ice." A 1980 production, (nfbc; eb) 



THE BLACK WEST (WERE YOU THERE SERIES) 

h-c-a 28 minutes 85010 color:$22. 

Provides insights into the Black experience on the American frontier. Interviews and films activities 
Afro-American cowboys, rodeo competitors, and Blacks who went west as children and recall the ea 
days. From a biographic series on famous Black Americans subtitled "A Sepia Scrapbook." A 19 
production, (ngsa; befi) 



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BLESS THE BEASTS AND CHILDREN 

j-h-c-a 102 minutes 3 reels 98929 color:$47. 

A group of teen-age boys at summer camp decides to try to free a herd of buffalo that is earmarked I ^ 



BOTANIC MAN #2: THE CRUCIBLE OF LIFE / 11 



truction. An adventure story starring 
;tlf) 



Mumy, directed by Stanley Kramer. A 1973 production. 



LIND] (PAS DE PITIE POUR L'AVEUGLE) 

40 minutes 3 A" U-Matic 



K00080 



color:$33.00 
Cassette Sale: $360. 00 
eighs against the psychological error of pitying the blind, showing educative processes and 
larkable accomplishments of specific individuals. Contrasts the psychology of those born blind with 
se who are blinded by illness or accident. Lists jobs available to the blind. A 1972 production. 
|bo) 



|OODY SCHEMES 

■c-a 17 minutes 



57145 



color:$ 13.25 



Isents slavery as one of the main forces of change in the history of three continents, emphasizing its 
act on African society: families, communities, indigenous industries. Covers operations connected 
ti the capture and sale of slaves (including the dilemmas of African chiefs tempted by economic 
is and guns); the Atlantic passage, and the condition of slavery. Uses animation, painting and 
phics as well as documentary footage. A 1972 production, (trifc) 

Iard and care 

\>a 27 minutes 84604 color:$ 19.50 

lilm study exploring the special problems of two mentally retarded teenagers, a boy and a girl, 
Iking a special human relationship. Parts of the two are taken by teenagers with Down's Syndrome. 

hgs the viewer to consider the rights of the retarded with regard to emotional growth. A 1980 

duction. (rone; pyr) 



ATS AND SHIPS (THIRD EDITION) 

hi 14 minutes 51171 color: $13. 25 

uses on the many kinds of boats there are, the jobs they do, and the jobs they provide. Brief shots 
ecreational boating liven the more serious narrative of cargo shipping on ocean and river. Rides a 
e tanker taking oil from Alaska to San Francisco, through a Pacific storm, showing how the ship, its 
iputer and its crew, function. Shows inland barge traffic on the Mississippi system, and the loading 
unloading of cargo ships in the port of New Orleans. A 1980 production, (eb) 



IE BODY FIGHTS DISEASE 

13 minutes 57048 color:$ 13.00 

■Jws the processes used by the body in defense against disease: skin and mucous membranes as 
fliers; white cells, antibodies, and lymphocytes as defenders. Includes information on the nature of 
Ises, emphasizes immunization. Presented largely in animation, but also uses photomicrography. A 
10 production, (chu) 

I BODY HUMAN: THE FACTS FOR BOYS 

25 minutes 84822 color: $18.25 

rator Ken Howard explains some of the new responsibilities that come with new feelings and 
sical changes at puberty. Animation details the physiological and chemical causes: the narration and 
pfire discussion center around the feelings and their meaning for life. A 1981 production, (toen / 
lc; tlf) 



E BODY HUMAN: THE FACTS FOR GIRLS 

25 minutes 84823 color: $18. 25 

sents physical and psychological aspects of the changes that occur at puberty by means of 
nation, live group discussion, and narration by Mario Thomas. Focuses particularly on three girls 
ed ten, twelve, and fourteen). Strives to emphasize the meaning of these changes within the total 
text of life, so that they do not get out of proportion. A 1981 production, (toen / medc; tlf) 

BODY WORKS 

16 minutes 57065 color: $14. 50 

s three dimensional cut-away models to identify and explain the function of body systems as 
)ws: skeletal, muscular, circulatory, respiratory, digestive and nervous. Clarifies interaction of 
:ems, urges cooperating with what you know: "Don't fight the system." A 1982 production, (ab) 



BODY WORKS SERIES 

tplores the structures of the human body with three youngsters and Dr. 
fmothy Johnson, director of Lay Health Information at Harvard University 
jedical School. Uses models, experiments, diagrams, x-ray and slow-motion 
[holography, and comparisons with familiar objects. Enthusiastically 

commended by the National PTA Action Center. A 1979 production, (bbi; abo 

f BODY WORKS: [CIRCULATION] 

|7 22 minutes 84865 color:$ 16.50 

jriments devised by Dr. Johnson and performed by his three young assistants demonstrate the work 
he heart as a pump and the function of the 60,000-mile network of blood vessels. Photomicroscopy 
ws individual blood cells passing through capillaries. A 1980 production, (bbi; abc) 



': BODY WORKS: [BONES AND STRUCTURE] 

22 minutes 84864 color: $16.50 

Johnson and his group work with a human skeleton, examining the structure and discussing the 
:tion of the various parts. Strength of bones is illustrated by using a section of leg bone to show 
it will support the weight of an automobile. At the end, they dress their friend the skeleton in 
ty clothes and drive off with him in an open car. A 1979 production, (bbi; abc) 



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E BODY WORKS: [DIGESTION] 

7 22 minutes 84866 color:$ 16.50 

> fiber optics, ultrasound, and anatomical models to show how the body gets, from food, the 



nutrients it needs, and what the approximate "size" of the digestive system would be if "unrolled." 
Enumerates and explains many of the hundreds of functions of the liver. A 1979 production, (bbi; abc) 

THE BODY WORKS: [MOVEMENT] 

i-j-h 22 minutes 84867 color:$ 16.50 

Investigates the teamwork of brain, nerves, and muscles, and demonstrates something of its 
complexity. Differentiates types of muscles and their functions. A 1979 production, (bbi; abc) 

THE BODY WORKS: [RESPIRATION] 

i-j-h 22 minutes 84868 color:$ 16.50 

Discusses the operation and function of the breathing in a human being, including what happens 
chemically to air in the lungs. Distinguishes (with photomicrographic illustrations) between arterial and 
venous blood. Touches on effects of smoking. A 1980 production, (bbi; abc) 

BOEING VS. THE WORLD: THE JET SET (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

h-c-a 30 minutes 85146 color:$38.00 

%" U-Matic C85146 color:$38.00 

Reviews aspects of the competition between Boeing's 747 and the new French "airbus," headquartered 
in Toulouse, which has already beaten out Lockheed and McDonnell-Douglas by offering a 1.5 million 
per aircraft per year fuel saving. A 1981 production, (wgbh; lea) 



BOLIVIA: THE TIN MOUNTAIN 

h-c-a 29 minutes 



84936 



color:$18.75 
Film sale: $450.00 
Describes the dead-end "life" of Bolivian tin miners. Isolated in a remote mountain town of 30,000 
without alternative employment or the means to go elsewhere, they work 500 miles of tunnels, handling 
300 tons ot rock to produce one ton of tin. The government cannot afford to provide safety features or 
to clean the air in the mine. One of every four miners has silicosis, and almost 500 a year die of it, 
leaving their families without support or housing, since the housing is furnished only to workers. The 
average life expectancy of males in the community is 37 years. A 1979 production, (thtv; bon) 

THE BOMBING OF HANOI (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 
20) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84955 mixed:$ 19.00 

Film sale:$495.00 
Analyses the psychological basis of America's limited bombing and its escalation; presents the way 
America saw North Vietnamese propaganda: "It was clear that they were playing on public opinion, 
undercutting us at home and stonewalling us in Paris." International criticism and pilot losses increase: 
Nixon decides to bomb Hanoi. In twelve days, 100,000 tons of bombs (the equivalent of five atomic 
bombs) are dropped on Hanoi. The negotiations terminate shortly. Differing views are given on the role 
of the bombing in ending the conflict for America. A 1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 

BON APPETIT (CONNAISSONS-NOUS SERIES) 

h-c 10 minutes 05009 color:$ 11.25 

Alison, an exchange student from Ontario, writes home, describing her experiences with a host family in 
Montreal, as some are dramatized. Ends with a special visit to a restaurant run by a relative of the host 
family, who demonstrates for Alison the preparation of a special dish. In French of intermediate 
difficulty. A 1981 production, (cecil; befi) 

BONES 

general 29 minutes 84995 color:$22 75 

Introduces John Henry Nobles of Beaumont, Texas, who creates percussive rhythm for jazz with dried 
beef bones held between his fingers. Born with music in him and unable to afford an instrument, he 
devised his own simple method of expression which has given delight to his community for years. 
Included are scenes where he does duets with Taj Mahal. A 1975 production, (cml; befi) 

BORN DRUNK: THE FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME 

h-c-a 10 minutes 04924 color: $12.00 

Mental retardation, retarded growth, and malformations are only a few of the developmental disorders 
that threaten children born with fetal alcohol syndrome. As little as two ounces per day consumed by a 
pregnant woman can produce such results. Defines the syndrome and shows causes and effects. A 1979 
production, (abc) 

BORROWED FACES 

h-c-a 29 minutes 84678 color: $20. 50 

An examination of the audition and casting process for three Shakespeare plays, from the point of view 
of both the directors and of the actors and actresses trying ot for the parts. Shows how the director 
uses casting to develop his intended 'image' of the play: criteria, priorities, artistic concepts. A 1979 
production, (kmgh; crm) 

BOTANIC MAN #1: THE AMAZON BASIN-GREEN PRINT FOR LIFE 

c-a 27 minutes 83883 color:$ 18.75 

Examines, with David Bellamy of the University of Durham, the interrelationship of the Widan tribe in 
the Amazon forest with its environment. Emphasis is on the complexity of forest ecology and the 
dependence of all life on chlorophyll. Analyses the three layers of forest life: plants as producers, 
animals as consumers, and "the army of decomposers" (termites, various fungi) which recycles 
elemental components. Widari use blow guns for hunting, gather manioc to eat, weave hammocks for 
resting. Note: if their nudity will cause you to consider this film unsuitable, do not order it. A 1978 
production, (thtv; bon) 

BOTANIC MAN #2: THE CRUCIBLE OF LIFE 

h-c-a 27 minutes 83884 color:$18.75 

Recaps the theory of evolution (water, elements, electricity, amino acids, etc.) against a volcanic 
background chosen because it is thought to resemble the appearance of earth prior to the emergence of 
life. David Bellamy of the University of Durham explains everything, from the appearance of oxygen to 
the tectonic plate theory. A 1978 production, (thtv; bon) 



12 / BOTANIC MAN #3: LIVING WATER 



BOTANIC MAN #3: LIVING WATER 

h-c-a 27 minutes 



84962 



color:$ 19.25 
Film sale: $450.00 
Examines the role of water in the emergence and continuity of life forms. Begins with scenes filmed 
6000 metres under water in the Peru trench. Diagrams and photomicrography elucidate life forms in the 
food web of the sea, and illustrate sexual reproduction of kelp. A 1978 production, (thtv; bon) 



BOTANIC MAN #4: POTENTIAL ENERGY 

h-c-a 27 minutes 



84963 



color.$ 19.25 
Film sale:$450.00 
Traces the evidence for scientific hypotheses regarding the original transfer of plants from sea to land 
growth patterns. Uses animation to show capillary action inside plants, time-lapse to show growth, 
photomicrography to show a fern case releasing spores. Host and narrator is Professor David Bellamy 
of the University of Durham. A 1978 production, (thtv; bon) 

BOTANIC MAN #5: LAND OF OPPORTUNITY 

h-c-a 27 minutes 84964 color:$19.25 

Film sale:$450.00 
Animation illustrates tectonic plate theory of New Zealand's origin, while narration and photography 
pursue unusual animals, birds and plants unique to this area of the globe, further supporting the logic. 
Studies, in this regard, the rare Hamilton frog, the tuatara, cowrie pines and flightless birds whose role 
in the ecology is that of grazers. A 1978 production, (thtv; bon) 



BOTANIC MAN #6: LATITUDE ZERO 

h-c-a 27 minutes 



84065 



color:$ 19.25 
Film sale: $450. 00 
Investigates the large number of vegetation types which grow at various heights of the Andes Mountains 
in Ecuador. Close to sea level flourish bromeliads and torch ginger; at 2500' trees are perceptibly 
smaller and the conditions are perfect for the growth of quinine; last of the large plants gives up at the 
4000' frost line, and the vegetation higher is sparse and shallow-rooted. Host / narrator is Professor 
David Bellamy. A 1978 production, (thtv; bon) 



BOTANIC MAN #7: WHITE DEATH 

h-c-a 27 minutes 



NEW LIFE 

84966 color: $19.25 

Film sale:$450.00 
Demonstrates the nature and effects of glaciation by the unique method of tracing changing types of 
vegetation south from the Arctic Circle, where the ice is 500 metres thick, to the area of permafrost 
and lichen, to the Mackenzie Delta where wintergreen is in flower, to the taiga where conifers grow, to 
the final area where maples and wheat fields are characteristic. These changes could be said to parallel 
those which occurred over 10,000 years of time. A 1978 production, (thtv; bon) 



BOTANIC MAN #8: ON THE LIMIT 

h-c-a 27 minutes 



84967 



color: $19.25 
Film sale:$450.00 
Enumerates man-made ecological disasters precipitated by careless agricultural practices. Filmed in 
India, it traces a process occurring world-wide for which Professor Bellamy suggests we need a new 
word — "desertification," to designate the spread of various kinds of deserts: dry, salt, wet, concrete, 
asphalt, waste, and poison. A 1978 production, (thtv; bon) 

BOTANIC MAN #9: EXTINCTION IS FOREVER 

h-c-a 27 minutes 84968 color: $19.25 

Film sale: $450. 00 
Investigates problems of population control, first in the instance of the giant tortoises of Aldabra, then 
in the instance of man on the island of Mauritius (not incidentally connected with the dodo). Ends by 
inviting the thought: "If you don't think we all face the same problem, then remember that we all live 
on an island floating in a sea of space." A 1978 production, (thtv; bon) 



BOTANIC MAN #10: CRACKPOT JACKPOT 

h-c-a 27 minutes 



84969 



color: $19. 25 
Film sale: $450. OO 
Studies the significance of non-renewable resources in interaction with the behavior of man, in terms of 
the calorie as a unit of exchange. In the West, individual calorie consumption stands at an average of 
3000 calories daily, but it requires an expenditure of five times that amount to produce the food and 
get it to the person who eats it. If you consider more than just what is eaten, it takes approximately 
141,000 calories per person per day to maintain Western above-average lifestyle. Population now 
doubles every 30 years; resource consumption doubles every twenty. Prescribes four steps essential to 
the survival of mankind. A 1978 production (thtv; bon) 

BOTTOM LINE COMMUNICATING: GET TO THE POINT 

h-c-a 18 minutes 57063 color: $17.50 

Analyses four structural approaches to communicating, each with the main point ("bottom line") in a 
different location, because designed for a different purpose. Uses vignettes involving the visit of a rich 
Texan and former member of a business with his erstwhile colleagues, to help them structure their 
varied communications by showing them that "Just talkin' is not communicatin'." A 1982 production, 
(roun; ab) 

BOW AND ARROW 

general 15 minutes 5683 1 color:$ 14. OO 

A filmic history of archers and archery, pervasive in all known civilizations and on all known continents 
except Australia, where the boomerang performed the same functions for the Aborigines. Describes 
varieties of form and of material which have been used over the centuries in making bows and arrows; 
examines the bow in myth and legend; explains the exact movement necessary to give the arrow an 
oscillation proportional to its length so that it will fly true. A 1979 production, (nfbc; cal) 



THE BOY WHO TURNED OFF 

c-a 28 minutes 85030 color: $20.5 

An unusual study, by an elder brother, of his younger autistic brother, age 26. Shows how Michael 1 ! 
problem has affected their family. Studies ongoing problems at (and with) the group home when 
Michael spends much of his time. An articulate plea for continued help and understanding in ai 
extremely difficult situation. A 1981 production, (nfbc) 

THE BOY WITH A BIG HEART (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 

k-p 6 minutes 05017 color:$10.S\ 

An engaging tale of rescue and generosity on the part of an Eskimo lad is brought to life by puppe 
animation, helping to preserve this value-teaching tale of an ancient culture. A 1982 production 
(ancan; befi) 

BOYS AND GIRLS TOGETHER 

j-h-c-a 28 minutes 85114 color: $20.2 

"A hard, unbiased look at an epidemic problem: that of children having children." Examines case 
histories and statistics of early teen pregnancies, attempting to correct ignorance and misinformatioi 
that contributes to some. A CBS news production, featuring Harry Reasoner as host/narrator. A 197' 
production, (cbs) 

BOYS IN CONFLICT 

c-a 72 minutes 90077 b&w:$10.V 

Documents the experiences of an untrained counsellor (a college junior) in a summer camp fo' 
emotionally disturbed boys in New Hampshire. During the summer, he builds significant relationship 
with the nine boys in his charge, changing both them and himself. Seeks to convey some characteristic 
of disturbed emotions and behavior, and to stimulate discussions of how such youngsters might b 
helped. Designed to bring out the nature of therapeutic relationship. A 1970 production, (earn; apa) i 

BRAIN POWER 

h-c-a 1 1 minutes 05059 color:$ 14.', 

Designed as a 'meeting-keynote' to keep discussions on target, challenges viewers: "If you are willinij 
this room can vibrate with a unique energy: brain power." Filters highlights of Dr. Karl Albrecht's boo 1 
Brain Power, through the engaging personality of John Houseman (1982 Ad Man of the Year and onetj 
the stars of THE PAPER CHASE.) Points out how to allow for and use tc your advantage what is know J 
about the way the mind processes information. A 1980 production, (prha; lea) 

BRAZIL: CHILDREN OF THE MIRACLE 

h-c-a 30 minutes 84752 color:$18.. 

Examines the economic "miracle" of Brazil's industrial revolution, which has made it one of the t( 
most powerful economies in the world, and Sao Paulo the richest city in South America. Contrasts tl 
wealth of the "haves" whose investments only grow, with the desperation of the "have nots," who li' 
in the shadow of the miracle without sharing it. Destitute parents abandon babies they cannot feed. F 
each child in the crowded orphange, there are thousands outside in the streets surviving by beggin 
petty theft, selling themselves. 600,000 of these roam the streets of Sao Paulo alone: there are fiftei 
million in Brazil. Fifteen thousand of them die every year just in Sao Paulo. Interviews the governi 
with regard to the problem. He has nothing to say except: "Every country has its rich and its poo 
Today Brazil is eighth in the world's economy — soon we will be fourth." A 1979 production, (th 
bon) 



BREAKING FREE 

general 50 minutes 70549 color:$28. . 

Documents the long preparatory stages and the constructive effects of participation in the performr 
arts by mentally handicapped residents of the Lorna Hodgskison Sunshine Home in Australia. Crownh 
the achievement is the well-received performance in the Sydney Opera House. A 1980 productio 
(binn; abc) 



BREASTFEEDING 

h-c-a 8 minutes 05044 color:$ 10. 

Uses a group of nursing mothers to answer questions of a pregnant woman with regard to breastfeedi 
(effects, benefits, social reactions, weaning) and to demonstrate techniques. A 1978 productio 
(mybr; mcfi) 



THE BRIDGE OF ADAM RUSH 

general 48 minutes 



70467 



color:$26. 



Twelve-year-old Adam is faced with adjusting to country life in colonial America, and to an impatic 
stepfather who can't understand the city-bred boy's difficulties with farm chores. Portrays t 
relationship that develops as the boy and stepfather are required to work together on the completion 
a bridge which is demanded by a drover if he is to deliver their cattle to market. An ABC Afterschi 
Special, winner of CINE Golden Eagle and the Christopher Award. Mounted on two reels. A 19! 
production, (dawi; tlf) 



I 



color:$21.L 



BRIGHTER DAWN 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84901 

Film sale:$390. 
Cassette sale: $235. 
Malaysia's Federal Land Development Authority (FELDA) is resettling thousands of landless famil 
and developing the palm oil and rubber-growing industries. FELDA clears jungle land, builds homes a 
provides infrastructure before people move in. Each settler gets a house with a quarter-acre plot, 
acres of land for rubber and 14 for palm. Initial cultivation is done by groups of 20 settlers to ensi 
uniform modern development. Community centers, stores, schools and clinics take care of social nee £ 
FELDA guarantees the purchase of crops. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



BROKEN GLASS (SECOND EDITION) 

h-c-a 14 minutes 56841 color:$13 

Controlled collisions at regular and slow-motion speeds demonstrate what happens to bodies in variijf} 



[CARDIAC SURGERY IN THE SMALL CHILD] (CHIRURGIE CARDIAQUE DU PETIT ENFANT) / 13 



jrts of the car. Demonstrations are done with and without safety belts to illustrate differences, 
engthens argument with injury and fatality statistics. A 1980 production, (chca; aims) 

E BRONSWIK AFFAIR 

c-a 25 minutes 84633 color:$ 18.00 

ocumentary style satire on television's effect on the consumer begins by assuming the invention of a 
anipulode," a tiny computerized device which, when imbedded in Bronswik television sets, caused 
•■ consumer control center in the brains of viewers to exaggerate their need for the product 
/ertised. Socio-excessologists investigate the phenomenon. Object animation. A 1978 production, 
be; crm / megh) 



IUGES — A TOWN TO LIVE IN 

\>a 18 minutes 



56856 



color: $17. 75 
Film sale:$270.00 
Cassette sale: $165. 00 
cuments a historic settlement which preserves its amenities and antiquities, yet remains a vital 
inmunity. Once the greatest port in northern Europe, and still famous for its lace, Bruges in Belgium 
city of old buildings, courtyards and narrow streets, interlaced with canals. Heavy traffic is banned 
n old quarters; bicycles are common on traffic-free streets; barges and boats still use canals. Old 
ises are modernized inside, dilapidated buildings restored, and new structures must blend with the 
A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



UCCAL CANDIDIASIS] (LES CANDIDOSES BUCCALES) 

j 20 minutes %" U-Matic K00003 



color:$28.00 
Cassette Sale: $180.00 
les instructions for diagnosis of the 35 currently known variations of mitochondrial infection, a yeast 
liase whose earliest known and classic acute form is called "thrush." Gives types of localizations, 
fwing their appearance to the naked eye, followed by microscopic photographs showing the 
jractenstics of several varieties. Discusses histologic diagnostic procedures necessary to distinguish 
Jhotic infection from epiphelioma. Shows procedures for collecting and staining material for 
iftnostic purposes. Lists treatments, surgical and non-surgical, for various types of lesions. Winner of 
1 medical teaching film award, Entretiens de Bichat, 1973. (jabo) 

JoGETING PERSONAL INCOME 

'■■c-a 16 minutes 56799 color:$ 15.50 

lihasizes sound and simple steps to make money go farther and to save it by dramatizing Juanita's 
lory in learning to manage her own; she begins with every possible bad habit, but with strong 
jivation — she wants to save for a modeling course which will teach her how she can attract Mark's 

imtion. Her teacher is Dinky, a boy that works where she works, and who turns out to be more 
resting than she thought — she may, in fact, reconsider the purpose for which she was saving. A 
1 production, (cec) 

BILDING MORE EFFECTIVE TEAMS: THE ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT 
HPPROACH 

--a 26 minutes 84844 color:$ 17.25 

fer Block, consultant in organizational development, takes the forty members of a BOCES 

fiagement team, and their supervisor, through steps designed to help deal with tension in 

inizations and to establish balance between the ideals of structure and of flexibility. His goal is 

Ible: to solve particular problems and to impart skills for dealing with similar future problems. A 

8 production, (hip; dai) 



LDING TOGETHER 



-a 



27 minutes 



84902 



color:$23.00 
Film sale: $405. 00 
Cassette sale: $245. 00 
ains that following Zambia's independence, its urban population doubled; 40 per cent of Lusaka's 
jlation are squatters. Since 1971 Zambia's settlements have been recognized as communities and 
being upgraded with water, sanitation, roads. The copper-mining town of Chingola has a 
and-services program — selected areas are subdivided, utilities installed, and qualified residents 
squat while building permanent structures. Loans for materials dIus on-site technical help are 
n. The film emphasizes cooperation, local initiative and the use of locally available materials. A 
6 production, (unchs; ui) 



w 

54 minutes 2 reels 70171 color: $28. 75 

jments a promising new treatment for severely brain-damaged children: speeding up the growth of 



)rain through visual, auditory and tactile stimulation of increased frequency, intensity and duration. 
*s Bunny Cvitanovich, five-year-old son of British filmmaker Frank Cvitanovich, who has shown 
arkable improvement since beginning this program at the Institute for the Achievement of Human 
ntial in Philadelphia. His treatment is discussed by his doctors, showing the new hope for his 
re. A 1974 production, (thtv; bon) 



"' 



N CARE: A LIFE AT STAKE 

a 20 minutes 56846 color:$16.25 

natizes burn accidents, teaching how to assess the extent and degree of burns, and how to give 

aid in thermal, electrical and chemical burns before medical aid arrives. Also deals with special 

lems that often accompany burn injuries, such as flame or smoke inhalation, shock, and cardiac 

it. A 1980 production, (jrp / chca; aims) 



*NS: EMERGENCY PROCEDURES (TO SAVE A LIFE SERIES) 

>a 15 minutes 56965 color:$ 13.75 

les and illustrates first, second and third degree burns, giving instructions for treating victims. 
>ses four steps; how to stop the burning, check breathing and heartbeat, prevent loss of body heat 
fluids, and get the victim to an expert care facility. A 1982 production, (mstf; eb) 



CABBAGES AND KINGS 

p-i-a 18 minutes 56740 color:$ 15.00 

Graceful silhouette animation captures the spirit of the Grimm Brothers' parabolic fairy tale (originally 
titled "King Thrushbeard") of a frivolous and spoiled princess who, when she mocks and rejects all her 
noble suitors, is ordered by her father to marry a beggar. After the princess has learned to appreciate 
what she had, the beggar reveals himself as one of the noble suitors in disguise. Subtitled THE DANCING 
PRINCESS. A 1979 production, (use; ab) 

CAKES: BASIC TECHNIQUES 

j-h-c-a 19 minutes 50814 color:$ 17.50 

Demonstrates the making of cakes without the use of 'mixes': conventional cakes which use shortening, 
one-bowl or 'quick-mix' types, and cakes r,ade without fat. Also demonstrates cooked and uncooked 
frostings and glazes. Gives rationale for all methods. A 1981 production, (cec) 

THE CALENDAR: DAYS, WEEKS, MONTHS (SECOND EDITION) 

p 12 minutes 56753 color:$ 12.50 

Shows how a calendar is organized, and the many things it helps us to remember, through an animated 
story about Uncle Frank, who doesn't use a calendar, and Kathy and Robert, who persuade him that it 
is a good thing by keeping track of his birthday. A 1980 production, (chsn for c; c) 

CALGARY 

j-h-c-a 26 minutes H00016VC color: $2 1.50 

Information on the history and development of the area, from Indian times to the latest "July 
Stampede," is accompanied by visuals of the town of Calgary, of Heritage Park, of Indian dances, 
Chuckwagon races and the incredible scenery from Horseshoe Canyon to Lake Louise. Prices given, 
being those of production date, are not valid. %" U-Matic videocassette. '75 (?) (bon; heri) 

CANARY ISLANDS 

j-h-c-a 27 minutes H00011VC color:$21.50 

Close to Africa, but belonging to Spain, this chain of seven Islands offers the traveller perfect climate 
and great variety. From the largest, Gran Canaria, where the world's third busiest port is located, to 
Lanzarote, totally volcanic and semi-primitive; from banana and tobacco plantations to sophisticated 
disco dancing or yachting, the tourist can enjoy that atmosphere which best pleases him. Commentary 
includes hints for travellers, but prices given are as of production date. %" U-Matic videocassette. '75 
(?) (bon; hen) 

CANINES: PETS AND PREDATORS 

i-j-h 23 minutes 84722 color:$ 16.50 

Dogs and their relatives — wolves, coyotes, jackals and foxes — are described and the range of their 
domesticated talents shown. Dogs are used for work, show, racing, defense and transportation. 
Examines recent industries and institutions related to dogs. A 1980 production, (eb) 

CAN'T IT BE ANYONE ELSE? 

general 30 minutes 84764 color: $18. 75 

Through three case histories of children aged 10 — 12, presents the realities of living with cancer. 
Interviews of patients and family members, scenes of medical intervention and normal activities, show 
the youngsters, their families and friends, and how they cope. A 1980 production, (davp / abc; pyr) 

EL CANTAR DE MIO CID 

h-c-a 60 minutes 2 reels 70611 color:$33.00 

Dramatizes, in full medieval regalia, this famous epic, which has become a literary classic in many 
languages. Conveys the full flavor of the epic as well as of its period. Spanish of intermediate to 
advanced difficulty. A Spanish Television production, U.S. release date 1980. (tvesp; ffth) 

THE CAPTAIN IS A LADY 

j-h-c-a 16 minutes 57114 color: $13. 25 

Presents a cameo portrait, by interview and narrative, of Captain Grace Murray Hopper, oldest member 
of the U.S. Navy. Describes her contributions to early computer programming, and to teaching naval 
officers about computers. Conveys her contagiously positive life view and some pungent observations 
on the differences between management and leadership. A 1983 production, (cbs; cal) 

CAPTAIN KIDD (THE FAMOUS ADVENTURES OF MR. MAGOO SERIES) 

general 24 minutes 85043 color:$16.75 

Animates a Magoo version of the Scottish Pirate legend, with Magoo as Captain Kidd and the 
well-known voice of Jim Backus as Magoo. A 1964 production, (upap; mcfi) 

[CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS] (LES TROUBLES DU RYTHME CARDIAQUE) 



c-a 



20 minutes %" U-Matic 



K00012 



color:$28.00 
Cassette Sale: $180.00 
Discusses characteristics of nine types of conduction disorder and rhythm disturbance, showing 
electrocardiological aspects and physiopathological mechanism of each. Uses animation, oscilloscopic 
tracing, footage of open-heart surgery, and interpretation of electrocardiographic tracings. Covers atrial 
ventricular block, supraventricular nodal, and ventricular tachycardia. A 1970 production, (jabo) 

[CARDIAC SURGERY IN THE SMALL CHILD] (CHIRURGIE CARDIAQUE DU PETIT 
ENFANT) 

c-a 30 minutes %" U-Matic K00070 color: $28.00 

Cassette Sale: $270.00 
Lists steps necessary in detecting evidence of possible heart malformations in infants. Explains how to 
estimate the size of the heart by cardial-thoracic ratio; shows proper sizes for atrial P and R waves on 
electrocardiograms. Shows a heart catheterization. Follows the case of a young girl who required 
surgery, showing the surgery with each step diagrammed as well as photographed. Also shows the 
operation on a 2-year-old to correct transposition of the great vessels, and an operation in which tissue 
is incised from the pericardium to serve as a patch. Animation shows how this procedure changes the 
path of the blood flow, and the child is shown after his recovery. A 1976 production, (jabo) 



14 / CARING FOR HISTORY 



CARING FOR HISTORY 

h-c-a 29 minutes 84694 color: $20.00 

A study ol the British program for the restoration of castles, abbeys, priories and palaces. Shows work 
done at some of the 750 structures in national care, some dating back to 3000 B.C., which are being 
reinforced and tuck-pointed. Quotes from the Duke of Edinburgh: "We cannot algow our cultural 
heritage to be destroyed in the name of progress. No generation can exist for the present alone. It is 
conditioned by the past as much as it conditions the future." A 1973 production, (balf; phpr) 

THE CASE OF THE SNARLED PARKING LOT 

c-a 22 minutes 57089 color:$ 17.75 

Dramatizes escalating complications in the management of employee parking, set off when the manager 
notices, one day, someone parked in someone else's space, and decides to call to everyone's attention 
that this is forbidden. Deals with four classical management errors (not identified, but merely 
dramatized.) A case study based on real events, chosen from the book What Every Supervisor Should 
Know, by Lester R. Bittel. A 1981 production, (crm/mcgh) 

A CASE OF WORKING SMARTER, NOT HARDER 

c-a 16 minutes 57090 color:$ 16.70 

Examines humane and efficient management practices at work, in the person of MacGregor. Uses the 
plot-frame of a reporter for Management Magazine, assigned to write an article about managers. 
Obsessed with finding out why MacGregor is "different," he discovers the principles of good 
management. Based on real events reported in a story entitled "MacGregor," by Arthur Elliott Carlisle. 
A 1982 production, (roun; crm/mcgh) 

CATFISH FEVER (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

h-c-a 28 minutes 85147 color:$38.00 

% • ' U-Matic C85147 color: $38. 00 

Documents catfish farming, risks and rewards. Traces causes of the interest which built the first pond 
in 1965, and the subsequent development, including the doubling of the number of catfish farmers in 
the single year of 1980. Most serious risks are suffocation of the fish in the depleted-oxygen 
environments of hot summers, and the mysterious appearance of 'off-flavor' for which batches have to 
be carefully monitored, and which is a constant threat. Feed-to-production proportion statistics show 
why catfish is the best of possible livestock crops— if it succeeds. A 1981 production, (wgbh; lea) 

LE CAUCHEMAR (LE MORSE AFFAME) (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 

k-p 6 minutes 05035 color: $10. 50 

Orfik, the best carver in his Eskimo village, carves a snow statue of a baby walrus, which, during the 
night, comes to life and threatens to eat everything in sight, growing to gigantic size. As he is about to 
eat Orfik's igloo, Orfik wakes up. Puppet animation. Available also in English under the title THE 
HUNGRY WALRUS. A 1982 production, (ancan; befi) 

CAUDILLO 

h-c-a 111 minutes 3 reels 98971 mixed: $49. 75 

Unites footage retrieved from film archives all over Europe in a gigantic perspective of the Spanish Civil 
War. Uses the biography and character of Franco as background theme. Footage showing Loyalists is 
tinted red; footage showing Falangists, blue. Social commentary is limited to visual juxtaposition of 
footage: Franco being decorated with the Cross of St. Ferdinand/intermittent shots of maimed citizens. 
Spanish of intermediate to advanced difficulty, somewhat defective English captions. A 1977 
production, (ffth) 

CAUSES OF THE SEASONS (REVISED) 

/-/ 12 minutes 56548 color: $13.50 

Animation and moving models illustrate the effect of the earth's orbit around the sun on the seasons. 
The earth's tilted axis determines the angle at which the sun's rays strike the earth's surface resulting 
in seasonal differences in the amount of sunlight from equinox to solstice. A 1979 production, (c) 

CELESTIAL EARTH 

j-h-c-a 10 minutes 05077 color:$ 11.75 

Compares, proportionally, the evolutionary history of earth with that of man. Filmic time scale is 600 
million years per minute. Animation permits review of the theory of galactic origins, formation of the 
sun and of the milky way, cooling of the earth, condensation of water, the rise of continents. The 
history of man is resumed in two frames, one showing the cave paintings and the other, the moon-shot 
on the launching pad. A 1983 production, (mool; ab) 

LA CELESTINA 

h-c-a 60 minutes 2 reels 70610 color:$33.00 

Dramatizes the famous Renaissance tragicomedy of Fernando de Rojas, which has often been compared 
with Romeo and Juliet, though preceding it by a hundred years. A lovesick youth, with the help of a 
treacherous manservant, enlists the aid of a sorceress. The drama is introduced and commented by Don 
Alonso Zamora Vicente of the Spanish Royal Academy. Spanish of intermediate to advanced level. A 
Spanish Television production. U.S. release date 1980. (tvesp; ffth) 

CHAIN FOR POWER TRANSMISSION AND MATERIAL HANDLING (ENERGY 
CONVERSION, PRIME MOVERS AND TRANSACTIONAL SYSTEMS SERIES) 

h-c-a 17 minutes 56942 color: $15. 50 

Describes and illustrates functions of chain drives with footage from actual industrial applications. 
Enumerates and shows types of chain design: pintle, standard, rollerless, offset, leaf, silent, flat-top. 
Explains the concept of pitch; shows how to read numerical coding for chains. Discusses sprocket 
design, showing types A, B, C, split and shear-pin. A 1978 production, (geop; lucf) 

CHAIN SAW SAFETY 

h-c-a 18 minutes 50790 color:$ 17.25 

Reviews points about chain saw action and reactions which are essential knowledge for the safety of 
anyone using such a device. Intended for the novice user, demonstrates clearly the basics of 
self-protection in several situations with a potential for injury. A 1981 production, (cec) 



CHANCE FOR CHANGE 

c-a 21 minutes 54839 color:$10.0t[ 

Presents experiences in establishing, in Missouri in 1968, a foster community care project for former I 
mental patients. Based on a system tried originally in Belgium, the project proceeds in two small towns ; i 
showing some of the treatment modalities used to prepare patients to live on their own after years ol | i 
institutionalization. Could provide a workable model for similar projects. A 1975 production, (ers; apa) i 

THE CHANGE OF LIFE 

c-a 50 minutes 2 reels 70566 color:$27.2 

Examines the special problems of women in the metabolic/hormonal shift of menopause, including 
those resulting from ignorance. Clarifies misconceptions, some of which arise from individual * 
differences in chemistry. Exposes the implication of estrogen deficiency in osteoporosis: parathyroid, n f 
the absence of estrogen, dissolves bone at the rate of one to two per cent per year. The alternative ■ 
estrogen therapy, has equally bad potential: it accelerates clotting, and has a possible link with breast > i 
cancer. A 1975 production, (bbc; fi) 



THE CHANGING ENVIRONMENT 

h-c-a 20 minutes 



56857 



color: $1 8.5 1 
Film sale: $300.0 1 
Cassette sale: $180.0 
Demonstrates how major projects are transforming two notoriously dry or flooded areas of India into ! 
agricultural and industrial regions. Dams on the Dharmudr River control water levels, allowing lam 
reclamation, two annual crops and afforestation projects. Displaced families receive cash or resettle oi 
new land. The Durgapoor steel complex uses hydroelectric power, employs 18,000 — many of then ' 
local inhabitants with industrial training. New towns provide modern accomodations. The Rajastar j J 
Canal project brings promising new life to drought-stricken desert regions. A 1976 production, (unch : 
ui) ; 

CHANGING ORGANIZATIONS: DESIGNING FOR PEOPLE AND PURPOSE 

c-a 26 minutes 84843 color:$17.2,\ 

Newer and more sophisticated management theory is becoming increasingly aware of rewards apar 
from financial considerations which motivate people. Shows a team at General Foods experimentin _ 
with personal involvement in product development; interviews the vice president of a bank thy 
processes an average of two million checks, meeting ten different deadlines in each twenty-four hours 
Examines the question of the degree of formality desirable for routine, predictable taks as opposed \ 
more creative and complicated ones. Answers according to the contingency theory, that the focus o 
decision-making should be determined by knowledge. The key question is "Who has the relevans 
information to make this decision?" A 1978 production, (hip; dai) 



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CHANGING SEASONS 

p 12 minutes 56744 color: $12.1 

Beginning with a simple definition of "season," presents photographic studies of season? 
characteristics as they vary by geographic area. Includes changes observable in weather, plants 
animals; identifies months associated with each season in our own hemisphere. A 1981 productioi 
(eb) 



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CHANGING THE GUARD (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 18 ' 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84953 mixed:$l9l y ' 

Film sale:$495.l r 
Documents the chronology of "Vietnamization" and of "Operation Enhance," a billion dollar military a 
effort, involving shipment of the most sophisticated technological equipment, presumed to make up ft l |[ 
the withdrawal of American troops. Initial foray in the Vietnamization process, the invasion of Lao: »•"" 
was a major disaster. The going was deceptively simple at first, then suddenly the South Viet Nam arrr p 
realized that it was surrounded and outnumbered two to one. Many of South Viet Nam's best officei 
were captured or killed, destroying its military command structure at the outset. A 1980 productioi 
(itl / cineq; bon) 



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CHARLY (QUICK TAKES) 

c-a 18 minutes 84640 color:$14.t 

Scientists find a way to help Charly, a mentally retarded adult, gain total normality for a time. Aftofl 
finding intelligence, love, and happiness, he learns the awful truth: his gain is not permanent. A 196 
production, (abc) 



LE CHASSEUR SOLITAIRE (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 

k-p 6 minutes 05026 color:$W.l 

Recounts the Eskimo version of how man became companioned: Nyiak, befriending a baby seal, st 
feels the need of someone more like himself. The baby seal, sensing this need, calls on Sedra, tr 
Queen of the Sea. One day a kayak comes, bringing a companion. Puppet animation. Available also i 
English under the title THE LONELY HUNTER. A 1982 production, (ancan; bed) 



CHEM 101 

Lectures and demonstrations from the University of Illinois' course, taught 
the Department of Chemistry, (ui) 



CHEM 101 see: 

ACIDS AND BASES I: [ACIDIC AND BASIC SOLUTIONS] 

ACIDS AND BASES II: [IONIZATION OF WATER, pH, WEAK ACIDS AND BASES] 

ACIDS AND BASES III: [HYDROLISIS AND BUFFERS] 

ACIDS AND BASES IV: [INDICATORS AND ACID-BASE TITRATIONS] 

BEHAVIOR OF GASES 

CHEMICAL PROCESSES OF METALS/METAL PROCESSES 

CHEMISTRY OF OXYGEN AND SULFUR 

CHEMISTRY OF THE GROUP V ELEMENTS 

COMPOSITION OF MATTER: ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION 

CONCENTRATION UNITS FOR SOLUTIONS 

CORROSION 



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COVALENT COMPOUNDS 

DIATOMIC MOLECULES 

ELECTROCHEMISTRY OF METALS 

ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF COORDINATION COMPLEXES 

ELECTRONIC STRUCTURES OF ATOMS 

ELEMENTARY HYDROGEN & OXYGEN 

ENERGY CHANGES 

HYDROGEN CHEMISTRY 

INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM 

INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY 

IONIC STRUCTURES 

KINETICS AND MECHANISM: THE IODINE AZIDE REACTION 

LECTURE DEMONSTRATIONS IN ELECTROCHEMISTRY 

LIQUIDS 

METALS AND NONMETALS: VISIBLE, ATOMIC, AND CHEMICAL CONTRASTS 

MOLECULAR ORBITALS: RULES OF THE ROAD 

MOLECULAR SPEEDS AND THE NON-IDEALITY OF GASES 

NATURAL CYCLES AND THE NONMETALLIC ELEMENTS 

NON-METALS: SHARE AND SHARE ALIKE 

NUCLEUS I 

NUCLEUS II 

OXIDATION-REDUCTION EQUATIONS 

PERIODIC CLASSIFICATION OF THE ELEMENTS 

PERIODIC PROPERTIES OF THE ELEMENTS 

RADIOISOTOPES 

SAFETY IN THE LABORATORY 

SOLUTIONS 

STOICHIOMETRY 

STRUCTURE OF THE ATOM 

SUBATOMIC PARTICLES AND ENERGY CONSIDERATIONS 

THE THREE STATES OF MATTER 

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IMICAL PROCESSES OF METALS/METAL PROCESSES (CHEM 101) 

15 minutes %" U-Matic CO0 132 color: $29. 75 

Cassette Sale: $130.00 
^tion and corrosion of metals are used to introduce half reactions and relative reactivity of metals, 
ition (a process of concentrating ores), roasting of sulfides and reduction are explained with 
ical and industrial examples. How metals are made by reduction of oxides with nonmetals is 
issed along with the idea that easily oxidized metals may also be used to reduce metal oxides 
mit reaction). Many examples are used throughout the tape. A 1977 production, (ui) 



MISTRY OF OXYGEN AND SULFUR (CHEM 101) 



24 minutes 



U-Matic 



CO0 102 



color:$45.50 

Cassette Sale: $210.00 

_Jlition is defined, then demonstrated by the burning of sodium in air. Molecular orbital diagrams are 

1 1 to show how the superoxide can form. Peroxides are also described and prediction of the 

J erties of peroxides is included as a class assignment. Properties of metal oxides are demonstrated. 

duces the chemistry of sulfur, and the various allotropic forms. Demonstrates the roasting of metal 

IJe ores, and illustrates with industrial applications. Sulfates and the structure and properties of 

lare described and compared with those of SO3. Includes a discussion of the control of air pollution. 

ludes with a comparison of the properties of group VI elements, noting the increase of metallic 

erties with increasing atomic numbers. A 1974 production, (ui) 



MISTRY OF THE GROUP V ELEMENTS (CHEM 101) 

18 minutes CO0 104 color:$35.00 

Cassette Sale: $160.00 
jsses the difference and similarities of elements in Group V. Uses the example of nitrogen as a 
e gas, phosphorous as a reactive solid. Molecular orbital structures, oxidation states and oxide 
ation are compared. Compounds of arsenic, bismuth and antimony are discussed in similar terms, 
tructures and resonance forms of the nitrogen and phosphorous oxides are described. Acid and 
ormation are illustrated. Oxides and oxyions of other nonmetals are examined for comparison. A 
production, (ui) 



D ABUSE: THE PEOPLE NEXT DOOR 

20 minutes 56666 color:$ 16.00 

, left with two small children when her husband abandoned her, is caught in a web of frustration, 
abuse and guilt. Mary's neighbor, Angle, cares enough to persuade Mary to seek the help she 
s through counseling. A 1980 production, (shirf; ab) 



LD OF PAPUA, NEW GUINEA: THE SAME TODAY, THE SAME TOMORROW 

15 minutes 56592 color:$14.50 

camera records a typical day in the life of ten-year-old Peter Kewa and his family in a highland 
;e of Papua, New Guinea. The village is so high in the mountains that those who live there are 
d "people of the mist." They have two meals every day, consisting of three or four sweet potatoes 
i few greens. Peter learns to hunt, to fish, to tend and cut sugar cane and bamboo. Life has not 
ged there for many hundreds of years. Now, World Vision, an international organization, is 
orting an agricultural development project for twenty-one villages in the region, to introduce a 
r range of nutritious foods and cash crops. Peter's village arranges a special festival, called a 
Sing, to celebrate. A 1979 production, (eb) 



LD OF RURAL THAILAND: A CHANCE TO LEARN 

14 minutes 56590 color: $14. 50 

■Meh-bo family is one of a group of Lisu hill tribe people who were forced to leave Burma and adjust 
ijnew way of iife. Many families had to relocate and find new ways of living: the Aleh-bo family 
Ins corn, rice, gathers wild plants and bananas, and raises pigs. Ten-year-old Apama goes to school 
«rn to read, write, and understand the culture of the new country. The school is operated by World 



Vision, an international organization trying to help with health care, agricultural development, and 
educational programs for immigrant families. A typical day in Apama's life gives the flavor of her 
experience. A 1979 production, (eb) 

CHILD OF THE PHILIPPINES: NO TIME TO PLAY 

/-; 14 minutes 56595 color: $14. 50 

By the time the school day is over, eleven-year-old Cynthia Cena, the oldest of four children in a family 
in a hilly jungle region of the Philippine Islands, has been working for eleven hours. She arises very 
early and goes to the water hole to carry water home for the family. It takes an hour to walk to school, 
where she and her classmates work part of each day in the garden, learning new skills. They also study 
reading, writing and metal-working. The school is sponsored by World Vision, an international 
organization which provides help of this kind in impoverished areas of the world. Cynthia would like 
some day to be a school teacher, but she would have to go to high school, and this would cost $300 a 
year — more than her father earns. A 1979 production, (eb) 

CHILD OF URBAN THAILAND: A PLACE TO LIVE 

/-/' 14 minutes 56591 color: $14.50 

Portrays the problems in the daily existence of Wanchai Poonsawat, a young man whose family lives in 
a one-room shack in the slums of Bangkok. They live on what Wanchai's sister makes as a waitress, as 
the father has been unable to find work, so overrun is the city with rural refugees without job skills or 
money. Wanchai is attending the World Vision school for several hours a day, hoping that his education 
will help him get a job as a truck driver, to earn more money for the family. A 1979 production, (eb) 

[THE CHILD THAT CANNOT BE] (L'IMPOSSIBLE ENFANT) 

c-a 70 minutes %" U-Matic K00004 color:$38.00 

Cassette Sale: $540.00 
Examines one practitioner's view of psychological aspects of women trying to deal with their own 
infertility. Uses actual cases, where problems are described in the patient's words and dreams. 
Although much of the conversation is preoccupied with waste, death, and sadness, the doctor considers 
these not to be pathological cases. Covers four cases, one, a rape victim, finally achieves pregnancy. A 
1980 production, (jabo) 

CHILDREN AND SPORTS 

j-h-c-a 26 minutes 84761 color: $17. 00 

Describes and analyses the effects of excessive adult involvement in children's sports, reminding of 
their more important and beneficial potential. Through interviews with doctors, coaches and other 
experts, tries to distinguish between encouraging and pushing: points out the dangers of applying 
professional models and adult ambitions to those at an age where susceptibility to injury is great. A 
1980 production, (capp; pyr) 

CHILDREN'S CHANTS AND GAMES 

p-i-c-a 51 minutes 56848 color:$13.50 

Presents live performances by children of various ethnic groups, of typical chant-and-action games, 
bordering sometimes on dance. Represented traditions include Black, Oriental, Latin American and 
Anglo. Chants are in native tongues. A 1972 production, (bfa; ab) 

CHILD'S EYE VIEW 

i-j 30 minutes 84510 color:$ 19.50 

Children's films — films made by children, about things they consider to be important — are presented 
by the United Nations, which sponsored the filmmaking. Sending teaching teams to schools on five 
continents, the U.N. collected eleven views of world concerns and problems: children in Bangkok chose 
traffic; those in Bogota, homelessness; those in Dakar, truancy: those in Brooklyn, drugs. We see the 
children who made the films while they are working, and the results of their work. A 1979 production, 
(un; ab) 

CHILE: THE MOST PAINFUL HOUR 

h-c-a 29 minutes 90224 color:$ 18.75 

Documents the statement: "Terror works," in examining the Chilean social structure of the late 1970's. 
The U.N.'s annual condemnation of Chile is ignored: people continue to disappear — trade union 
leaders, students, social workers. Whether they are held political prisoners or executed, their fate 
remains unknown to their friends and families. Interviews citizens, including a mathematics professor 
'purged' from the university, who feels he was fortunate in that he was left free to take up weaving to 
support his family. Other teachers and professionals including lawyers are given laboring jobs on road 
construction. By offering such work to a fraction of the unemployed, the government hides the truth of 
61% unemployment. The armed forces constitutes a new upper class, who alone can afford the foreign 
luxuries abundant in Santiago and whose problem is 'not what to eat, but where.' The church stands 
against the situation to no avail. Shows the eternal flame on the Chilean monument to freedom as a 
"searing monument to a monumental lie." A 1977 production, (thtv; bon) 



AGONIES OF NATIONALISM, 



CHINA: CENTURY OF REVOLUTION, PART I: 
1800-1927 (SECOND EDITION) 

h-c-a 24 minutes 82306 b&w:$17.50 

Looks at the last days of Empress Dowager Tzu Hsi's rule, the Boxer Rebellion, the ensuing invasion of 
foreign troops, and the disappearance of the Manchu dynasty as the setting in which two types of Asian 
leaders emerged — men of guns and men of ideas. After the death of Yuan Shih-kai, 12 feudal warlords 
ran a divided China until they were challenged by Sun Yat-sen's Nationalist Party. Ends with Chiang 
Kai-shek's succession to Sun and the rising threat of Chinese Communism which he tried to crush. 
Replaces China: Search for National Unity. A 1972 edition of the 1967 television special China: Roots of 
Madness, (dlw; fi) 

CHINA: CENTURY OF REVOLUTION, PART II: ENEMIES WITHIN AND WITHOUT, 
1927-1944 (SECOND EDITION) 

h-c-a 27 minutes 84609 b&w:$ 18.50 

Surveys China's history from Chiang Kai-shek's accession to the close of the Second World War 
identifying the Chinese government's two main foes — the Red Chinese and the Japanese. Chiang first 
turns to the enemy within resulting in the Civil war in 1934 and followed by the Long March of the 



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Chinese communists. The Japanese attack in 1937 and Chiang is forced into an alliance with Mao's 
communists, postponing the outcome of China's internal struggle until after World War II. Replaces 
China: Civil War and Invasion. A 1972 edition of the 1967 television special China: Roots of Madness. 
( dlw; ti) 

CHINA: CENTURY OF REVOLUTION, PART III: COMMUNIST TRIUMPH AND 
CONSOLIDATION, 1945-1971 (SECOND EDITION) 

h-c-a 20 minutes 82312 b &w:$ 16.00 

Traces the changing fortunes of Chiang Kai-shek, Mao Tse-tung, Chou En-lai, and Liu Shao-chi from the 
Chinese Civil War to the great thaw between Red China and the United States in the early 1970s. The 
Communists take over Manchuria in 1948, by 1949 only Taiwan is held by Chiang and the Nationalists. 
Follows the subsequent political and economic developments in China including the Great Cultural 
Revolution. Replaces China: Rise of Communist Power. A 1972 edition of the 1967 television special 
China: Roots of Madness, (dlw; fi) 

CHINO'S TALE 

p-i-j 17 minutes 57044 color:$ 14.75 

Dramatizes the short story by Mary Stolz about an elderly lady who has chosen not to replace her cat, 
but is persuaded by a stray kitten to change her mind. They "grow old together," until finally the cat 
develops deafness. Both humor and humanity emerge in persuading the veterinarian — and the cat — 
to a feline hearing aid. A 1978 production, (misz; chu) 

A CHIP OF GLASS RUBY 

h-c-a 60 minutes 2 reels 70619 color: $29.50 

Personalizes the human implications of apartheid in a drama of a family of Hindu descent living in 
South Africa. The mother is helping to produce and distribute leaflets for a politically active committee 
seeking changes in discriminatory housing and schools. Her arrest brings significant changes in her 
husband's attitude. Based on a story by Nadine Gordimer. A 1982 production, (propr; tcul) 

THE CHRISTIANS, 1: A PECULIAR PEOPLE 

h-c-a 41 minutes 90333 color: $24. 00 

Review of the origin and spread of Christianity, and of the situations and cultures prevalent in the 
territories involved. Begins in the Palestinian Desert, traces through to Constantine's conversion. 
Particular emphasis on the suitability of St. Paul to his task; religious and political climates, their 
clashes and significance. Uses footage of Christian celebrations, vastly different, in a dozen countries 
throughout the contemporary world, to illustrate the diversity of what goes by the name. A 1976 
production, (gti; mcgh) 

THE CHRISTIANS, 2: THE CHRISTIAN EMPIRE 

h-c-a 40 minutes 90334 color:$24.00 

Examines the history of Christianity during the period when it was the official state religion, under 
Constantine, and traces the aesthetic impact of Byzantine culture after the dissolution of that empire, 
with particular emphasis on Russia. Reviews aspects of the quarrel over the true meaning of the Trinity, 
touches briefly on the history of the hermits of the desert. A 1976 production, (gti; mcgh) 

THE CHRISTIANS, 3: THE BIRTH OF EUROPE 

h-c-a 42 minutes 90335 color:$24.00 

Traces the decline of Rome as a political power and its emergence as a religious power. Includes Gothic, 
Saxon, Frankish, Viking invasions. Reviews the role of Charlemagne in the spread of Christianity by 
force, contrasts the roles of monks, as saints Columban, Benedict, Boniface and Wilibrod. Emphasizes 
church architecture as inherently symbolic of power; analyzes Romanesque style as symbolic of the 
absorption of the Barbarian characteristics by the traditional. A 1976 production, (gti; mcgh) 

THE CHRISTIANS, 4: FAITH AND FEAR 

h-c-a 40 minutes 90336 color:$24.00 

Portrays the Medieval spirit as characterized by a fixation on the church as the source of salvation, 
coupled with an almost irrational preoccupation with guilt and death. Recounts stories of a few who did 
not follow the typical pattern: Peter Waldo, St. Dominic, St. Francis. Examines the practice of 
pilgrimage as penance, the abuse of 'relics.' Sums up the history and effects of the Black Plague. A 
1976 production, (gti; mcgh) 

THE CHRISTIANS, 5: PEOPLE OF THE BOOK 

h-c-a 44 minutes 90337 color: $24. 00 

With a title taken from the Koran, but which designates Moslems, Christians and Jews, this film 
examines the points of agreement and disagreement among these faiths which claim so many of the 
same 'holy places.' Emphasizes Islamic contributions to Western culture; their tolerance is contrasted 
with Christian intolerance in the Crusades. Focuses on the roles of Venice, of Frederick II, of the 
Dominicans. A 1976 production, (gti; mcgh) 

THE CHRISTIANS, 6: PRINCES AND PRELATES 

h-c-a 44 minutes 90338 color:$24.00 

Summarizes the decline of the papacy, through its period of location in Avignon, culminating in the 
farcical situation of three popes, necessitating the Council of Constance. Highlights writings of 
dissenters such as John Wycliffe, John Hus. Emphasizes the way the arts flourished under the patronage 
of the church, role of the Medicis. A 1976 production, (gti; mcgh) 

THE CHRISTIANS, 7: PROTEST AND REFORM 

h-c-a 43 minutes 90339 color:$24.00 

Presents views of the massive confusion which resulted inadvertently from the need for reform in the 
church: "a movement full of great leaders without a consistent view " Examines the lives and roles of 
Martin Luther and John Calvin. Deals with results of reform in oth»r areas of Europe: Britain, 
Switzerland A 1976 production, (gti; mcgh) 

THE CHRISTIANS, 8: THE CONQUEST OF SOULS 

h-c-a 42 minutes 90340 color:$24.00 

Reviews the rise of nationalism in Europe and the spread of Christianity through exploration and 



conquest, particularly in Latin America. Examines the problems the church faced in imposing beliefs c tS< 
local cultures in America. Touches briefly on Jesuit efforts in the Far East, contrasting their lack i •; 
durable success with current Latin American statistics on Catholicism. A 1976 production, (gti; mcgh 

THE CHRISTIANS, 9: IN SEARCH OF TOLERANCE 

h-c-a 40 minutes 90341 color:$24.iM 

Examines and reviews the phenomenon of emigration and settlement of the new world as an offshoot F 
the religious ferment and persecution in Europe. Recounts the emigration of the Huguenots fio W 
France, English Calvmists from Britain to Amsterdam and thence to America. Summarizes the fortump 1 
of the various groups in America: Puritan, Quaker. Identifies the two places most closely associati F 
with tolerance; Rhode Island, Philadelphia. A 1976 production, (gti; mcgh) "~ 



THE CHRISTIANS, 10: POLITENESS AND ENTHUSIASM 

h-c-a 4 1 minutes 90342 color:$24.i 

Contrasts the two elements which, in Christianity, have always tended to polarize and manifest as tr 
'types;' the intellectual and the emotional. Cites James Woodforde, English parson, and Talleyrand r 
France as examples of the first type, and John Wesley and George Whitefield as examples of the secon 
It was Whitefield who brought 'revivalist' preaching to America. Looks at the eighteenth centui. 
perspective through the eyes of Voltaire. A 1976 production, (gti; mcgh) 

THE CHRISTIANS, 11: MISSIONS ABROAD 

h-c-a 40 minutes 90343 color: $24* 

A study of the missionary movement, particularly as regards the relationship of Britain and Afric 
Britain could not get missionaries for its own industrial ghettos. David Livingstone had fired tl 
missionary imagination so that all it envisaged was Africa. Examines historical and contempora 
missions in Africa, contrasting motives and methods of the past with those of today. Today's missioi 
are careful to allow the gospel message to take on the color of the local culture. A 1976 productio 
(gti; mcgh) 



THE CHRISTIANS, 12: THE ROOTS OF DISBELIEF 

h-c-a 40 minutes 90344 color: $24. 

Examines forces which have modified beliefs, doctrines and practices in the Christian churches sin 
the publication of Darwin's Origin of Species. Focuses primarily on aspects of that debate, and i 
Vatican II. Touches on computerization of Biblical scholarship, and on the interdenomination 
monastery in Taize, France, as characteristic of a new spirit of ecumenicity. A 1976 production. (| 
mcgh) 



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THE CHRISTIANS, 13: THE GODLESS STATE? 

h-c-a 42 minutes 90345 color: $24. 

Seeks to answer the question whether Christianity can survive in an officially atheistic environment, 
using Russia as an example. Also cites Poland and Italy, where the relationship of communism a 
Christianity seems ironic: Christianity is increasing in the communist-dominated environment of Polar- 
communism in the Christian-dominated environment of Rome. Concludes optimistically that Christian! 
has shown itself to have something enduring. A 1976 production, (gti; mcgh) 



A CHRISTMAS STORY (WITH FAT ALBERT AND THE COSBY KIDS) 

p-i 23 minutes 84586 color: $18. 

Fat Albert and the gang have a clubhouse in the junkyard, where they are rehearsing a Christmas pic 
A little boy in trouble knocks at the door: he is from out of town, they have no money, and his mot! 
is expecting a baby at any minute. The gang takes them in, and tries to find a way to keep the |unkya 
owner from demolishing the clubhouse. They succeed, and even persuade him to help the poor family. 
1979 production, (bico, flpa and fmst; ab) 

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS (REVISED) 

/-/ 16 minutes 53800 color:$12. 

Traces the story of Columbus from his youth as a mapmaker through his most famous adventure. Us 
artful illustrations, animated and in color, to convey the state of the world's knowledge at that tiir 
and the motivation of the explorer. A 1982 revision, (chu) 



CHUCALEZNA 

j-h-c-a 22 minutes 56652 color :$ 17. 

A remote community of northwestern Argentina, consisting of thirty families of shepherds and farme 
is shown in its quiet simplicity. Ignored and all but unknown to the world outside its own canyon, t 
place is still called by its ancient Quechua name. Focuses on the community role of the teacher in t 
small rural school. In Spanish with English subtitles. A 1979 production, (phpr) 

CHURCHILL: VOICE OF A LION (LEADERS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY; 
PORTRAITS OF POWER SERIES) 

h-c-a 24 minutes 84470 color:$l8. 

Summarizes Churchill's biography, highlighting traits of character and the events which confirmed the 
Covers his military service, his service as prime minister, his negotiations with the United States a 
Russia up to the end of World War II. Emphasizes those techniques which made him an effective lead 
Narrated by Drew Middleton. A 1978 production, (mfe / nyt; lea) 



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CHURCHILL: VOICE OF A PROPHET (LEADERS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: 
PORTRAITS OF POWER SERIES) 

h-c-a 24 minutes 84467 color:$18. 

Begins with Churchill's defeat in the election of 1945, as the country turned from war interests 
economic interests. Resumes highlights of the period in which he continued to urge European solidar 
and continued close alliance with America. Includes his receipt of the Nobel Prize for Literature and t 
Order of the Garter. Narrator Drew Middleton comments, "This was a very great man, and a gen 
gentleman." A 1978 production, (mfe / nyt; lea) 



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color :$ 13.50 
Film sale:$ 180.00 
Cassette sale:$ 110.00 
ents Cissin, in Upper Volta, a pilot project village where the rural poor can settle and build their 
'••t i community as an alternative to the familiar trek to the urban slums. Model homes allow choice — 
itional styles with courtyards are preferred. Film points out how expensive and inappropriate 
lolstl ipean houses are here. The project is labour-intensive, builders using compressed earth blocks and 
(loiti ir local materials. Adult education classes include health and nutrition instruction. A 1976 
luction. (unchs; ui) 



HJIES: STUDS TERKEL'S CHICAGO 

1>a 15 minutes 84829 color:$18.75 

s Terkel, as a resident of Chicago from his childhood, is uniquely qualified to conduct this special 
of the city as he feels it. Its characteristics, its history, its unique architectural and cultural 
jres, and its "ethnic parade" are part of its essence as he describes it. A 1980 production, (jmp / 
!« lea) 

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a 26 minutes 



84903 



color: $2 1.75 
Film sale: $390. 00 
Cassette sale:$235.00 
med and active citizens are crucial to the decision-making process in modern society. In Seattle, 
shows the effectiveness of People Power, a group working through local media where citizens 
(]« deteriorating neighborhood band together for improvements, and houses scheduled for demolition 
e course of airport expansion are relocated through community action. The Arkansas grassroots 
inization ACORN got a pollution-threatening power station reduced in size. In Philadelphia, 
iultation between the redevelopment authority and citizens' groups saw old houses restored and 
ones built. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



Y LOVERS 

■a 60 minutes 2 reels 70620 color: $29. 50 

latizes Nadine Gordimer's short story about a brief love affair between a German geologist visiting 
nnesburg, and a much younger South African woman who is 'colored' (the official South African 
for people of mixed race.) The couple's arrest for violation of the immorality acts shows the 
[A that apartheid has on people's private lives. (Note: Teachers of younger viewers may wish to 
irmine suitability.) A 1982 production, (propr; tcul) 



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: Y PLANNING AND PUBLIC HOUSING 

14 minutes 



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m i VISIONS 

"P" 1 a 30 minutes 84697 color:$20.00 

1 rasts undesigned environments which were simply allowed to 'grow' out of greed and consumption, 
planned communities like Arcosanti and planned areas reclaimed from various urban centers. 
tects comment, "Cities can be beautiful when the inhabitants care enough to participate in the 
ling." Designer parks and plazas are shown and suggestions given for re-tooling old space for new 
oses. A 1979 production, (atlp; phpr) 



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color: $15. 25 
Film sale:$2 10.00 
Cassette sale: $130. 00 
rts that everyone in the country benefits from Qatar's oil revenues. The film shows examples of 
;rn houses and apartments in a public housing development, hospitals and laboratories utilizing the 
up-to-date equipment, and schools with well-trained staff. Modern public buildings include the 
jnal Museum and mosques. Solar heating panels and desalination plants are being installed, and 
sified industry ranges from a flour mill and seafood packing plant to agriculture and pearl fishing. 
76 production, (unchs; ui) 



IRE FALKENSTEIN, SCULPTOR 

>a 30 minutes 84704 color: $18. 25 

nents of the artist and of her friends highlight the scope and variety of her talent, which includes 
lure, |ewelery and print-making. Filmed in the U.S. and Europe, showing her native Oregon coast, 
nany of the cities in California, France and Italy where she has lived and worked. Samples of that 
— fountains, jewelled iron gates, and jewelery, are included. A 1977 production, (phpr) 



SSIFYING: JUGGLING SHAPES, SIZES, COLORS, TEXTURES 

14 minutes 56722 color:$12.75 

jugglers use their skills, with objects of many different characteristics, to illustrate concepts of 
e, color, size, texture. Learning objectives include development of comparison and classification 
. Whimsy and humor in the visuals lighten the narrative. A 1981 production, (eb) 



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UDE BERNARD 

23 minutes 



W U-Matic K00060 



color:$28.00 
Cassette Sale: $207.00 
'narizes the biography of Claude Bernard, emphasizing the importance of his experiments to the 
e of medicine. Uses live footage of locales (Beaujolais, Paris, where the bulk of his work was 
) as well as old paintings and reenactments of some of his experiments with glycogen. Includes 
-over readings of some of Bernard's writings. A 1966 production, (jabo) 



AN UP YOUR ACT 

15 minutes 57051 color:$ 14.00 

inified bacteria and object animation inject humor into a non-traditional setting for a traditional 
cleanliness in the young. Emphasizes the role of germs in disease. "Motivation for the 
giest." A 1981 production, (chu) 






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CLEAR AS MUD 

h-c-a 10 minutes 56705 color:$11.25 

Professor Farnsworth's lecture on communication is a hilarious demonstration of failing to practice 
what you preach. He and his new assistant are not communicating well with each other: they show a 
delightful selection of short animated films — if only they had followed their own advice, we would not 
have had to call the fire department... Puppet animation. A 1979 production, (stbo / jk; chu) 

CLICK! CLICK!: CREATING ANIMATED FILMS IN THE CLASSROOM 

i-j 13 minutes 57016 color:$ 12.25 

Introduces animation techniques to beginners, from story board to flip book to camera. With minimal 
equipment, standard materials, and great economy, illustrates how information, persuasion and 
entertainment can be produced in classrooms. A 1974 production, (naf; mcfi) 

[CLINICAL FEATURES OF GAIT] (ATTENTION A LA MARCHE: DEMARCHE ET 
DIAGNOSTIC) 

c-a 23 minutes W U-Matic K00005 color: $28. 00 

Cassette Sale: $207.00 
Shows relevance of gait to diagnosis of various nervous disorders. Types of disturbed gait are 
photographed and described, with connected causative conditions indicated. Some X-rays are used. 
Shows gait typical of Parkinson's disease, of anterior tibial paralysis, and of various rheumatic 
diseases. Also covers difficulty in walking stemming from hysteria. Emphasizes the role of observation 
in diagnosis. A 1971 production, (jabo) 

[CLINICAL OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY I: OROPHARYNX, HYPOPHARYNX, AND 
LARYNX] (ASPECTS ENDOSCOPIQUES DES VOIES AERODIGESTIVES 
SUPERIEURES: TUMEURS DE L'OROPHARYNX, DE L'HYPOPHARYNX, ET DU 
LARYNX) 

c-a 22 minutes %" U-Matic K00006 color: $28. 00 

Cassette Sale: $198.00 
A definitive description, a diagram, a cutaway model, and endoscopic photography combine to delineate 
the regions in question, indicating loci of possible tumors. Appearance of actual tumors in various 
stages of development is shown by means of endoscopic photography, giving the prognosis for each 
case described. A 1967 production, (jabo) 

[CLINICAL OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY II: TONSIL REGION] (ASPECTS 
ENDOSCOPIQUES DES VOIES AERODIGESTIVES SUPERIEURES: TECHNIQUE, 
TUMEURS DE LA REGION AMYGDALIENNE ET DU RHINO-PHARYNX) 

c-a 17 minutes %" U-Matic K00007 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $153.00 
Photographs made with an endoscope lighted by a quartz rod lens for direct or lateral vision show 
various types of tumors in the nose and throat areas and the course of their development. Patients are 
given local anaesthesia for the use of this instrument. Explanations are enhanced by the use of cutaway 
models and diagrams. Symptoms are enumerated, and normal structures compared with diseased. A 
1967 production, (jabo) 

[CLINICAL OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY III: RHINOPHARYNX] (LES TUMEURS 
MALIGNES DU RHINOPHARYNX) 

c-a 26 minutes %" U-Matic K00008 color: $28. 00 

Cassette Sale: $234.00 
Pharyngoscopic footage compares normal structure of nasal pharynx with diseased tissue. External 
symptoms are enumerated, many including paralysis of some nerve. Crosscut diagrams of the area are 
used to illustrate the location of nerves involved. Demonstrates transcutaneous irradiation, giving 
recommended dosage in Roentgen units. Discusses complications that sometimes arise in the middle 
ear. Gives 30% success rate for cases diagnosed early. A 1967 production, (jabo) 

CLOSE HARMONY 

general 30 minutes 85032 color:$18.75 

Tells the story of bridges of friendship, built with music, between old and young: Arlene Symons, music 
director of a very senior and a very junior chorus, decided there was great potential in getting them 
together — first as pen pals, then 'for real,' and finally, to perform together in song. Features the 
Senior Chorus of the Brooklyn Center for Senior Citizens, and the Junior Chorus (fourth and fifth 
grades) of Brooklyn Friends School. Winner, Cine Golden Eagle, Emmy, Academy awards. A 1981 
production, (nino; lea) 

CLOTHING (THIRD EDITION) 

i-j 11 minutes 00197 color:$12.50 

Roles and uses of clothing for warmth, safety, identifying helpers in the community, special jobs, and 
fun are examined in live footage. An animated history of clothing traces its humorous evolution through 
the ages. For the manufacture of synthetics, the camera visits a factory, and to show the clothing 
industry, films the production of blue jeans in the factory of Levi Strauss. A 1980 production, (eb) 

COAL TO KILOWATTS 

i-j 9 minutes 04992 color:$10.75 

Reexamines open pit strip mining as an alternative energy source, showing how it is possible to solve 
ecological problems posed by strip mining. Asserts that strip-mined coal burns cleaner, and shows 
provision for treatment of gases produced. A 1979 production. (Iinf; aims) 

COCKLESHELL BAY: ROBIN AND ROSIE, 1 

p-i 12 minutes 55925 color: $11.25 

Robin and Rosie, animated puppets, have moved from town to the seashore, and aren't sure they are 
going to like it. After meeting the neighbors, Granny and Mr. Ship, they change their minds, and decide 
they will like Cockleshell Bay after all. A 1980 production, (cosha; bon) 



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COCKLESHELL BAY: ROBIN AND ROSIE, 2 

p-i 12 minutes 55926 color: $11.25 

Robin and Rosie, animated puppets, help the grownups clean the guest house so that it can be rented 
to seaside vacationers. They decide that the house needs a name, but can't think ot one. Mr. Ship tells 
them a little bit about boats, and introduces them to his donkey, Fury. Suddenly they have an idea what 
the guest house should be called. A 1980 production, (cosha; bon) 

COLD WATER: THE SILENT KILLER (OUTDOOR SAFETY SERIES) 

j-h-c-a 18 minutes 56972 color:$ 17.50 

Emphasizes the need for canoeists to protect themselves against hypothermia as well as against 
drowning. Dramatizes two cases (how not to and how to), listing necessary precautions, equipment, 
and first aid measures for victims of hypothermia. A 1981 production, (goldi; befi) 

COLETTE 

h-c-a 13 minutes 56602 color: $15. 50 

Filmic re-creation of the highlights of the 81 years that transformed Colette from a gentle country girl 
with beautiful thick braids, to one of France's most sophisticated and prolific authors and observers of 
man and nature. Actress, dancer, mime, critic, author, her talents spanned an interesting gamut, and 
her life, an interesting era. Narration in English. A 1977 production, (janus; pers) 

THE COLONEL COMES TO JAPAN (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

h-c-a 29 minutes 85148 color:$38.00 

% ' • U-Matic 085 148 color: $38. 00 

Recounts the adaptations to the Japanese systems and tastes, made by management of Colonel Sanders 
in establishing outlets in Japan. Television commercials stress the "Americanness" and elegance of the 
product, but business procedures and environments stress the Japanese approach, including a Shinto 
ceremony on opening day. A 1981 production, (wgbh; lea) 

COLOR IN NATURE 

i-j 12 minutes 56762 color:$ 11.75 

Delineates causes and functions of colors in nature: their chemistry, their use as warning, 
communication, mimicry and camouflage. Emphasizes the dependency of living things on 
photosynthesis. Gives names of the commonest natural pigments. A 1980 production, (fbg; eb) 

COLOUR 

j-h-c-a 16 minutes 56693 color:$ 13.00 

Behavior and significance of colors is explored by photography, animation, and experimental 
demonstration. Includes hue, value, chroma; effect of colors on perception and mood; cultural varieties 
of color symbolism. Shows variations on the color wheel: Ostwald's cones and Munsell's system. Made 
in Holland. Title in four languages. U.S. Release date 1976 (ifb) 

[COMBINED RADIOTHERAPY AND SURGERY FOR CARCINOMA OF THE 
PANCREAS] (CANCER DU PANCREAS) 

c-a 15 minutes %" U-Matic K00075 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $135.00 
Animation and highlighting on models and diagrams show the three most frequent locations for 
pancreatic tumor, explaining how each type affects the digestive organ group. Explains how to 
determine the target area for radiotherapy and how to avoid overdosing the spinal cord. Shows an 
actual surgical procedure, referring periodically to diagrams for clarification. Gives success rate of 
surgery alone as 20%, increased with the addition of radiotherapy. A 1979 production, (jabo) 

[COMBINED RADIOTHERAPY AND SURGERY FOR CARCINOMA OF THE RECTUM] 
(ASSOCIATION RADIO-CHIRURGICALE: CANCER DU RECTUM) 

c-a 18 minutes %" U-Matic K00009 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $162.00 
Describes how to determine the section to be irradiated, and how to establish angles at which to place 
radiation sources. Covers equipment for dosiometric measurement, and procedures for verifying 
accurate delivery. Shows two different cases of actual surgery. Asserts 25% more cases are curable 
now, giving success rate for combined radiosurgical procedures at 40%. A 1978 production, (jabo) 

COMEBACKER: THE BOB WELCH STORY 

j-h-c-a 21 minutes 56795 color: $16. 50 

Presents the story of recovery from alcoholism as it was lived by Los Angeles Dodger baseball star Bob 
Welch. Welch tells his story (narration and flashback) from his first drink at age 16 through his 
rehabilitation at 23. American Film Festival Blue Ribbon winner. A 1981 production, (fms; chu) 

COMMON SENSE SELF DEFENSE 

j-h-c-a 27 minutes 85143 color:$ 19.25 

Discusses and demonstrates self-defense techniques for women, in a conversational lecture format 
where Gene Rayburn, host of "Match Game," assists lecturer Dr. Mary Conroy by pretending to be her 
assailant. Dr. Conroy lists ways to minimize and to avoid danger, ways to fight when it becomes 
unavoidable, ways NOT to fight, legality issues of self-defense, etc. Interviews a convicted murderer to 
reinforce points made. A 1977 production, (ffco) 

A COMMON TONGUE, Part 1 

h-c-a 28 minutes 84611 color:$20.00 

Begins the historical analysis of the development of English, particularly of vocabulary and idiom, since 
the political separation of Britain and America. Influences productive of innovation touched on in this 
section of the film are inventions and conscious improvisations to describe new experiences (plants, 
animals, frontier events), adaptations of vocabulary words from Indian and Black cultures. A maior 
cultural aspect of the transfer of Black vocabulary has been music, and an interview with William 
'Smokey' Robinson is featured. A 1976 production, (bbc; eb) 



A COMMON TONGUE, Part 2 

h-c-a 29 minutes 84612 color: $20.1 

Continues to examine influences in the development of the English language in America by spotlightir 
the contributions of Jewish, Spanish, German and Italian immigrants. Puritan euphemisms, populc 
authors and the entertainment industry, particularly film and television. Edwin Newman and Tom Wol' 
represent conflicting points of view, Wolfe maintaining that the polishing of language in the schoo 
eliminates 'color and momentum' and Newman, that the 'color and momentum' are carrying good usa|,]- 
down the drain. Concludes that America is in the forefront of the development of the language ; 
present. A 1976 production, (bbc; eb) 



COMMUNICATION: GETTING IN TOUCH 

c-a 14 minutes 56707 color:$13.t 

Animated study of sales psychology, with emphasis on communicating: when "Clumps," furry alien 
are discovered to have settled in the area next to Belleview, many clumsy attempts to communica 
with them fail. Only Henderson of the Bell Factory reads all he can find about Clumps, and learns 1 
Clump language. Seeking out the Clump point of view before he ever reveals that he has anything to s 
makes him a success. A 1979 production, (stbo; chu) 



COMMUNICATION IS MORE THAN WORDS 

/ 11 minutes 05008 color:$11.'\ 

Dramatizes, with children the same age as the target audience, the five important ways communicati % 
is facilitated. Covers the importance of eye contact, facial and body expressions, and attitudes. A 19: r 
production, (sit; ab) 



COMMUNITY HELPERS: FIREFIGHTERS 

p-i 11 minutes 04917 color: $13.1, 

Firefighters help communities in many ways: first aid training, inspection and maintenance of fi is 
extinguishers, and registerinng bicyles are a few jobs you might not know they do. Shows firefighti 
and rescue operations, training and practice. A 1980 production, (cec) 

COMMUNITY HELPERS: MEDICAL AND HEALTH WORKERS 

p-i 13 minutes 56623 color: $15. 1 

How a hospital 'works,' what kinds of workers — doctors, nurses, lab technicians, physical therapiiij 
and ambulance drivers are required to make it do its many jobs — are studied visually and 
narration. A 1980 production, (cec) 



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COMMUNITY HELPERS: POLICE OFFICERS 

p-i 14 minutes 56617 color:$15'^ 

Officer Stark describes the wide variety of helping tasks police are called upon to do. Viewers witm r 
an armed robbery, and the steps taken to solve it and to find and catch the thief. Police acade 
training is described. A 1980 production, (cec) 



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COMMUNITY HELPERS: POSTAL WORKERS 

p-i 11 minutes 04914 color: $13 

What happens to letters and packages after they are mailed, and how many kinds of jobs go into get) 
each to its destination, are shown in this camera study of men and machines, the 'inside story' of I 
post office. A 1980 production, (cec) 



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COMMUNITY HELPERS: SCHOOL WORKERS 

p-i 12 minutes 04920 color:$14 

Children of the school presented in this film learned about helpers in the school community by tracn 
places with those helpers. Why communities need people who will do this important work- f 
emphasized. A teacher explains what kind of training she had to prepare her for her job, and ot 
school helpers are shown: secretaries, custodians, bus drivers. A 1980 production, (cec) 



COMMUNITY HELPERS: UTILITY WORKERS 

p-i 11 minutes 04912 color:$Vc 

What 'utilities' are, and what the people do who work for them are investigated in this film: a plant I 
generates electric power, a natural gas service line, a water treatment plant are visited. A 1 
production, (cec) 



COMPETITION: PLANNING FOR CHANGE 

c-a 12 minutes 56708 color:$1i 

Animated study of changes brought about in a bell factory when a competitor sets up a stand r 
door. Bell factory staff faces the fact of its stagnation, and seeks some needed changes. A 1 
production, (stbo; chu) 



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THE COMPETITIVE EDGE 

h-c-a 21 minutes 56827 color: $11 

Studies three different sales presentations in the same environment, showing how each sales pei 
improves upon and capitalizes his predecessor's ideas. Contrasts the sales techniques and reveals rr 
about selling, both directly and indirectly A 1981 production, (crm; megh) 



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COMPOSITION OF MATTER: ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION (CHEM 101) 

c-a 13 minutes %" U-Matic CO0 109 color:$2t 

Cassette Sale: $11. 
This tape discusses the forms and properties of electromagnetic radiation. Types of electromagr 
radiation are explained by a thorough discussion of the spectrum. Properties such as energy, amplit 
wavelength, frequency and wavenumber are defined. Examples are given which invo 
interrelationships of these properties. Emission and absorption of radiation are also introdu 
Spectroscopy — the measure of energy changes by emission or absorption of radiation — is descri 
A 1972 production, (ui) 



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IOMPUTER PERSPECTIVE 

■h-c-a 8 minutes 



04978 



color:$ 10.00 
narrated series of exhibits covering sixty years of developments leading to the computer. Divided by 
C, ecades, traces, with the help of artifacts and memorabilia, chief contributions in the three fields 
calculation, statistics, and logical automation) which fused to make possible the computer. Percussion 
ackground paces narration. A 1972 production, (ere; pyr) 



HE COMPUTER PROGRAMME 

A BBC series of ten 25-minute programs designed to familiarize the average 
person with computers: how they work, what they can do, and something of 
how to make them do what they can. Hosts Chris Searle (The Learner) and 
an MacNaught Davis (The Teacher) combine discussions, demonstrations, 
showmanship and humor as they romp through computer history, hardware 
and software, data and word processing, languages and programming, 
systems and communications, applications and futures. Produced during 1981 
and 1982. (bbc; fi) 



HE COMPUTER PROGRAMME [1] : IT'S HAPPENING NOW 

h-c-a 25 minutes 85113 color:$ 18.75 

troduces Stonehenge as an early computer of sorts, used to predict weather, contrasting it with the 
iropean Weather Center, where electronic computers enable the prediction and graphic modeling of 
)rld weather patterns for periods of ten days. Discusses early computer characteristics and modern 
vances. Interviews an elderly lady whose personal computer helps her plan and figure accounts for 
r candy business. Current and future uses of similar machines are enumerated. A 1981 production, 
ibe; fi) 



■IE COMPUTER PROGRAMME [2]: ONE THING AFTER ANOTHER 

h-c-a 25 minutes 85101 color:$18.75 

fines 'program,' showing how an automated factory is run, using a set of components and a 
quence of instructions. Chris, sorting a set of weights in order, learns how a computer, able to handle 
ily 'yes' and 'no,' would do the job differently. To illustrate the amazing versatility attainable in 
ii'liii mbining a great series of 'if yes' and 'if no' instructions, Chris and Mac examine old musical 
itruments which played from punched cards, and newer contingency patterns for computerized traffic 
trol. A 1981 production, (bbc; fi) 



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Ml IE COMPUTER PROGRAMME [3]: TALKING TO A MACHINE 
ku n| l-c-a 25 minutes 85102 color:$18.75 

nu amines machine principles of mechanically driven musical instruments, comparing their operation 
th the ferrite plug pattern of an early computer. Defines 'subroutine,' comparing it to the refrain in 
sic. Discusses computer languages' and their differences, demonstrating how codes are assigned to 
gle aspects of complex tasks by showing how a computer-controlled lathe produces a drive shaft. A 
:" 81 production, (bbc; fi) 



IE COMPUTER PROGRAMME [4] : IT'S ON THE COMPUTER 

d-c-a 25 minutes 85013 color:$18.75 

[ins with the book-as-data-storage, showing how the information explosion has overburdened that 
tern, especially with regard to information retrieval. Explains how the analysis (into key ideas) and 
. r fM coding (into patterns) assist in finding ideas electronically. Shows the parallel of this concept 
atterning) with Egyptian hieroglyphics. Demonstrates computer searching on the British Library's 
ormation retrieval system, comparing electronic storage capacity with paper storage by volume. 
')' )ws application of computer control to menu planning, food purchase and meal service in a large 
1 ftish hospital, explaining 'computer memory' by an analogy with a bank vault. Commentator Rex Malik 
aks a word of warning about the implications of data availability for privacy. A 1981 production. 
)c; fi) 



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E COMPUTER PROGRAMME [5]: THE NEW MEDIA 

-c-a 25 minutes 85104 color:$ 18.75 

iumes the history of message transmission (with the aid of an American 'wild west' mockup set) to 
invention of the telegraph. Emphasizes the parallel of telegraph code with computer language. 
)ws computer applications in train control in Britain, in France's electronic telephone book, in 
many's instant electronic bank statement. Discusses implications of the computer for future office 
ironments. A 1982 production, (bbc; fi) 



E COMPUTER PROGRAMME [6] : SOUND AND MOVING PICTURES 

-c-a 25 minutes 85105 color:$ 18.75 

ins at the London Planetarium, showing applications of computer graphics techniques to the 

duction of animated pictures, giving a large variety of picture samples. Demonstrates the drawing 

sor, showing its application to the complicated task of drawing parallel bus routes for a city 

*'%mation map. Demonstrates the use of computer principles in a toy to teach spelling, and in 

•<<w-'|nputer speech recognition and voice-generating equipment. Closes with a performance, in the 

rding studio, on "Alphasyntaun," a computer with an organ keyboard. A 1982 production, (bbc; fi) 

E COMPUTER PROGRAMME [7]: LET'S PRETEND 

■c-a 25 minutes 85106 color:$ 18.75 

ns with a flight simulator demonstration, showing afterward how simulators are constructed and 
-Si trolled. Discusses chess as a system of patterns and relationships, showing how games can be 
irf £ grammed and models made. Examines modeling forward (financial predictions) and modeling 
11,1 kward (analysing from data how an auto accident occurred.) Chris and Mac use the computer to 
out a classic math problem involving a pond which leaks 1/500 of its content per hour. Shows 
isrt lications of modeling concepts in the European Center for Weather Prediction and in 
erials-testing for bridge construction. A 1982 production, (bbc; fi) 



THE COMPUTER PROGRAMME [8]: ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE 

j-h-c-a 25 minutes 85107 color:$ 18.75 

Presents computers as puzzle solvers, as Mac is led out of a British maze garden by a robot dog. Chris 
plays Tic Tac Toe ("Noughts and Crosses") with a microcomputer, showing how a computer can be 
said to 'learn.' Demonstrates applications of this capacity to assist doctors in diagnostic medicine. 
Closes with two robots playing chess. Subtitle originally listed as THE THINKING MACHINE. A 1982 
production, (bbc; fi) 

THE COMPUTER PROGRAMME [9]: IN CONTROL 

j-h-c-a 25 minutes 85 108 color: $ 18. 75 

Introduces "Thumper," champion of th: annual Euromouse Maze-Solving Contest, explaining the 
construction and operation of these small computerized robots and giving the practical applications of 
the principles to such mundane taks as vacuuming and lawn-mowing. Shows how the circuitry is 
established which produces digital read-out figures. Visits a sewage treatment plant, showing computer 
applications in optimization of the processes. Mac demonstrates a small program for heat control, to 
answer Chris' question, "How does a computer control anything?" A geographical analogy emphasizes 
the amazing scale of the silicon chip, and Mac introduces an auto having six computers. A 1982 
production, (bbc; fi) 

THE COMPUTER PROGRAMME [10]: THINGS TO COME 

j-h-c-a 25 minutes 85 109 color:$ 18. 75 

Futurists speculate on changes in agriculture made possible by computer applications: one visualizes a 
'cookie field.' Cameras trace Chris' utility payment through current processing systems, while analysts 
predict the disappearance of jobs that 'use people as an interface between machines.' Poses the ethical 
questions the series has not addressed: at what points will it become desirable or necessary to restrict 
computer use and information access, and how can this be done? A 1982 production, (bbc; fi) 

CONCENTRATION UNITS FOR SOLUTIONS (CHEM 101) 

c-a 19 minutes %" U-Matic CO0 111 color:$36.75 

Cassette Sale: $165.00 
Defines solutions, gives instructions for their chemical analysis and preparation, and proper ways of 
expressing, in quantitative terms, their composition. Concentration units covered are fraction by 
weight, fraction by volume, fraction by mole, molarity and molality. Demonstrations accompany 
discussion. Shows various applications to laboratory work: the preparing and analysis of solutions, 
determining what quantity of a given substance to add to produce a complete chemical reaction with a 
given amount of another substance. A 1976 production, (ui) 



[CONFINEMENT] (L'ENFERMEMENT) 

17 minutes %" U-Matic 



c-a 



K00086 



color:$28.00 
Cassette Sale:$ 153.00 
Combines art, photography, the translation of a Paul Eluard poem and a commentary to illustrate the 
high incidence of the theme of feeling 'trapped,' either physically or by some psychological problem, in 
human complaints. Shows that every form of psychiatric image for confinement exists also in modern 
art. Prix hors concours, Entretiens de Bichat, 1980. (jabo) 

CONFLICT ON THE LINE 

h-c-a 15 minutes 57113 color:$ 16.50 

Dramatizes (differently from the point of view of each of the two antagonists) a confrontation scene 
which necessitates intervention on the part of management. Shirley, a supervisor, and Danny, an 
innovative young tester, have allowed their conflict to escalate until it has affected the work of one 
entire department. The dramatizations and the manager's conversations with others who viewed the 
scene thoroughly expose various aspects of the problem— left unsolved in spite of managerial requests. 
A 1982 production, (erm/megh) 

CONFRONTATION: A NURSE AND A DRUG ADDICT 

c-a 9 minutes 03046 color:$ 10.00 

Presents an actual incident in a hospital ward, in which a white, middle-class nurse, who thinks of 
herself as liberal, unpreiudiced and understanding, is confronted by a minority-group addict who 
accuses her of racism, insensitivity, and authoritarianism. The film explores the dynamics of the 
situation and poses some key questions about approaches and attitudes toward the drug user. A 1971 
production, (nimh; apa) 



THE CONHABIT PROGRAMME 

h-c-a 21 minutes 



56860 



color:$18.75 
Film sale:$3 15.00 
Cassette sale:$ 190.00 
Describes how familiar problems of uncontrolled urban and industrial expansion, pollution and rural 
decline forced Argentina to create "Conhabit", comprising organizations jointly responsible for solving 
national habitat problems. The film shows three projects: in Buenos Aires, the consolidation and 
development of a new port and coastal strip with recreational and residential areas; in the old colonial 
city of Salta, integrated action to control haphazard urban and industrial sprawl; and on the Patagonian 
coast, where too-rapid industrial settlement has brought job seekers, shanty towns and concomitant 
social problems. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

CONNAISSONS-NOUS SERIES 

Presents the adventures of French-Canadian exchange students in 
French-speaking homes, shops, and street scenes in Canada. A 1981 
production, (cecil; befi) 



CONNAISSONS-NOUS SERIES 

BON APPETIT 
SALUT, MONTREAL 
(cecil; befi) 



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COMMUNICATION IS LISTENING 

p-l 10 minutes 05063 color: $11.25 

States principles ol good listening; look at the person who is talking, pay attention, don't interrupt, 
think about what is being said. Skits illustrate, and children tell how they teel about good and bad 
listening. A 1982 production, (sif; ab) 

COMMUNICATION IS TALKING 

p-l 15 minutes 57092 color:$ 14.25 

States principles of talking so that others are most apt to listen and to understand: be specific, be 
honest, don't talk too loudly or too softly, be expressive and say it with style, and give others the 
chance to talk, too. Children the age of the target audience tell how they feel when other people fail to 
do these things. A 1982 production, (sif; ab) 

THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES (SECOND EDITION) 

j-h-c-a 19 minutes 56926 color:$ 15.00 

Dramatizes the original Constitutional Convention of 1787, using the viewpoint of James Madison. 
Preserves suspense in the working out of the final compromises designed to preserve states both as 
political entities and as districts of individuals. Conveys the complex nature of the problems and the 
ingenuity of the solutions. A 1982 production, (eb) 

CONTACT 

c-a 52 minutes 70606 color: $3 1.00 

Presents a creative approach to helping autistic children, showing methods and results with real cases. 
Interviews the program director, teachers, and parents of participants. Discusses objections to the 
program by strict adherents to the behavior modification approach. Shows the remarkable improvement 
of children whose families worked with this staff. A 1979 production, (oeca; befi) 

THE CONTEST KID AND THE BIG PRIZE 

i-j 24 minutes 84851 color:$ 18.00 

Reveals a delightful sequence of events stemming from Harvey's love of contests. Harvey, aged 
approximately ten, wins the services of a valet for one month. Harvey is very uncomfortable with the 
idea, but gradually discovers that Hawkins, an elderly "gentleman's gentleman" is someone he likes 
very much. Based on the best-selling book by Barbara Brooks Wallace. A 1978 production, (abc) 

THE CONTEST KID STRIKES AGAIN 

i-j 24 minutes 84873 color: $18.00 

Dramatizes the zany events brought about by Harvey Small, "the contest kid," in an effort to help his 
friend Hawkins, whose job as caretaker to the Moseley mansion, now city property, is threatened. 
Suspense and laughter characterize events involving a dozen chickens, 602 loose marbles, and an irate 
mayor. Based on the fiction of Barbara Brooks Wallace, and dramatized for the ABC Weekend Special 
Series. A 1979 production, (abc) 

CONTINENTAL DRIFT: THE THEORY OF PLATE TECTONICS 

j-h-c 22 minutes 56759 color:$ 16.00 

Explains the principles of plate tectonic theory and reviews the accumulated evidence of continental 
drift. Animations, maps and diagrams show how earthquake records and soil studies have revealed 
patterns, [numerates and illustrates identifiable types of plate boundaries. Includes some spectacular 
footage of underwater volcanic activity. Explores several theories regarding causes of drift. A 1980 
production, (eb) 

CONTINUUM: THE SPECIAL THEORY OF RELATIVITY 

h-c-a 45 minutes 2 reels 70603 color: $24. 25 

Brings the sophisticated animation techniques of National Film Board to bear on clarifying Einstein's 
concepts of relative motion and the independence of the speed of light from the motion of its source. 
Adds a very human dimension to the presentation of Einstein's life and thought by having as narrator 
his collaborator, friend and biographer, Dr. Banesh Hoffmann. A 1979 production, (nfbc; mg) 

THE COOKIE KID 

a 11 minutes 04996 color: $12. 25 

Studies the methods and the philosophy of Markita, who holds the world's record for the sale of Girl 
Scout Cookies. When she was six, she sold 648 boxes. The following year, since she sold 1148, she set 
herself a goal for the third year of 2000 — and sold 2100. Interviews and vignettes with commentary. 
A 1981 production, (glgp; wdp) 

COOPERAGE 

j-h-c-a 17 minutes 56624 color:$16.50 

The cooper's craft (the art of making wooden barrels) is becoming rarer: filmed at the Sweeney 
Cooperage in Vancouver, this story shows the processes, the antiquated but complex machinery, and 
the men who carry on the work. A 1980 production, (mp; cec) 

COPING WITH SERIOUS ILLNESS: DOCTORS AND PATIENTS 

c-a 30 minutes 84622 Mixed: $23.00 

Emphasizes the patient's and doctor's responsibilities in cases of serious illness. Each must provide the 
maximum information possible, yet the patient must accept as graciously as he can that there are 
questions the doctor cannot answer. A doctor wishes to be both as conservative and as optimistic as 
possible in prognosis: if his 'best guess' within these parameters turns out to be wrong, the patient 
may resent it. Examines the case of Joan Robinson, cancer patient, and her doctor. A 1980 production, 
(dat with tlf) 

COPING WITH SERIOUS ILLNESS: FACING DEATH 

c-a 30 minutes 84624 Mixed:$2300 

Examines positive feelings possible when facing death, and lists sources of help in focusing on them: 
support groups including church relationships; the hospice concept, where the family is considered the 
unit of care; the 'living will' which allows a person to choose having the life-supports disconnected; 
helping children to work out natural feelings of guilt and depression. Stresses grief as a healthy and 
necessary form of adjustment. A 1980 production (dat wtth[\\) 



COPING WITH SERIOUS ILLNESS: FINANCES ;( 

c-a 33 minutes 84625 color: $24.Q 1 

Health policies should be re-examined regularly for coverage provided. Needs vary with the age and type i 
of family. In selecting, one should take into account price, coverage and exclusions. A person should 
read his policy, know his rights and insist on them. Covers record-keeping, estate planning, wills, all !ti 
aspects of expense involved with terminal illness and death. Deals with particular examples from tlutfi 
case of Joan Robinson. A 1980 production, (dat w'tttlf) 

COPING WITH SERIOUS ILLNESS: PAIN 

c-a 26 minutes 84620 Mixed: $22.5(Z 

Shares some of what has been learned about the management of pain, which can range all the waj 
from real pathology to expressions of fear and neglect. Counsellors can help a patient tell whether he is 
using his pain unfairly — that is, to manipulate others. Particular need for help exists between patients., 
and doctors, where doctors tend to mistrust the patient's assessment of his own pain. This has led to ' f 
the establishment of 'pain clinics,' to help both parties establish and deal with the reality. A 1980 j, 
production, (dat with tlf) 

COPING WITH SERIOUS ILLNESS: RELATIONSHIPS AND STRESS 

c-a 25 minutes 84621 Mixed:$22.A- 

lllness tests all relationships: this film examines a real case, that of a terminal cancer patient OS 
Interviews with professionals (a doctor, a psychologist, a priest) give counsel on facing the full rangu-. 
of emotions: guilt, tension, self-pity, resentment, anger, grief, depression, fear of death. The family 
needs to know and to share something of what the patient is experiencing, without being overwhelmed 
if possible. Some find psychotherapy helpful. All agree that the goal is an attitude of acceptance. I r. 
1980 production, (dat with tlf) r 

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COPING WITH SERIOUS ILLNESS: SEXUALITY 

c-a 28 minutes 84623 Mixed: $23.lf 

Examines biases and preconceptions people have about sexuality and illness, especially chronic oi_ 
terminal illness, through the case history of Joan and Eric Robinson. Counsellors share insights | 
regarding problem situations and feelings, advice with which they have helped other couples facing, 
situations where illness reduced response potential, or where the fear of being undesirable had 
stemmed desire. A 1980 production, (dat with\\\) 

COPING WITH STRESS 

h-c-a 18 minutes 57072 color: $1 5.<j i„ 

Lists possible causes of stress, emphasizing that recognition of cause is the first step toward goot p 
stress management. Recognizes the basic importance of individual differences in reacting to potential 
stressors. Enumerates symptoms of stress and lists nine possibilities for stress reduction. Vignette- 
portray use of methods recommended. A 1980 production, (pri; ffco) UN 



COPY MONSTER 

j-h-c-a 6 minutes 05045 color. $ W.O Hi 

Discourages excessive and unnecessary use of office copy machines with illustrations and financial a»l fl 
storage statistics. Recommends use of carbon paper. Hand drawn in colored inks. A 1980 release (fn* 1 
mcfi) 

CORAL REEF COMMUNITY 1H 

h-c-a 22 minutes 57053 color: $17.1* 

Examines Australia's coral reef and its inhabitants, emphasizing interdependency of life forms. Explain 
formation of coral reef, describing the life cycle of individual polyps. Accounts for colors, hardness an ; !: 
softness, 'death' of reef base. Identifies cooperative interaction of burrowing prawn with goby tisfi L 
manta ray with remora, cleaner fish with larger fish, anemone fish with anemone. Touches briefly 1 17. 
shore life, showing how trees, birds and the fish of the coral community interact. A 1977 productioi , '., 
(ema; ffco) — 

LE CORBEAU (THE RAVEN) ?f 

h-c-a 88 minutes 3 reels 98956 b&w:$29.l H 

Who is the Raven? This unanswered question dominates the dramatization of the classic poison pit 
thriller, based on a series of true events occurring in France. Poison pen letters were sent to variou i:,- 
inhabitants of a small town, provoking tensions and suicides. Attention focuses in turn on several liktp 
suspects, only to miss the unlikely, guilty one. Produced in Germany and distributed there ac r~~ 
anti-French propaganda, the film was banned in France and its director, Henri-Georges Clouzof"' 
blacklisted for a time. A 1943 production. English subtitles, (nfvc) '- : 

[CORONARY ATHEROSCLEROSIS] (L'ATHEROSCLEROSE CORONARIENNE) 



c-a 



18 minutes %" U-Matic 



K00009 



color:$28.l P 
Cassette Sale: $162i x \ 
Describes and diagrams, with some animation, the physiology of the heart Technical names |Jl ! 
branchings are given, and they are highlighted on cutaway models or diagrams. An X-ray with dyr 
injection is used to show a normal network in motion. Explains development and effect of arterilL 
plaque, development of compensatory systems. Shows (in photographs of an autopsy) the result l ^| 
total occlusion. Describes four conditions that may arise, comparing symptoms and oscilloscopi \ 
readings. Discusses types of cardiocirculatory failure, lists preventive measures. A 1968 production. 
(jabo) f; 

CORNY CONCERTO j 

general 7 minutes 05003 color :$10\\Z 

Elmer Fudd hosts and conducts the orchestral performance of "Tales of the Vienna Woods' 1 and "TtilSSI 
Beautiful Blue Danube", while animated stories are choreographed, featuring familiar Leon Schlesmgik 
Merrie Melodies characters. A 1940 production, (wb; nfvc) y 



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JRRECTION OF TRIGONOCEPHALY AND PLAGIOCEPHALY] (CORRECTION DES 
RIGONOCEPHALIES ET PLAGIOCEPHALIES) 

1 7 minutes % ' ' U-Matic KOO0 1 1 color:$28. 00 

Cassette Sale: $153.00 

ires show, while text defines, trigonocephaly and plagiocephaly in infants. Surgery for these is best 

irmed during the child's first year of life. Shows several operations, involving removal and 

Instruction of bone, readjustment of the shape of the forehead, and the leaving of a wide lateral gap 

■tilow for brain development. Children are shown two months after the operation and 3H years later. 

hiomparison. A 1978 production, (jabo) 



IROSION (CHEM 101) 



16 minutes 



U-Matic CO0 143 



color: $3 1.50 
Cassette Sale: $140.00 
,0 les corrosion, using a series of narrated demonstations to illustrate its mechanism and show 
p 'entive measures. Uses indicators to identify oxidizing and reducing regions in a drop of corrosive 
2 tion on an iron bar. Isolates viscosity, presence of oxygen, and ionic strength, to determine the 
1 :t of each on the rate of corrosion. Tests various metals to see which will act as sacrifical metals 
fi ron. Shows that aluminum reacts vigorously with hot water if its protective oxide is removed. 
I onstrates the passivity of iron exposed to concentrated nitric acid. A 1981 production, (ui) 



(ETA RICA '75 



1 1 minutes 



color: $13. 25 
Film sale:$ 165.00 
Cassette sale: $100. 00 
onstrates that although 50 per cent of the population work the land, producing Costa Rica's major 
rts — coffee, beef, bananas — poverty has forced many off the land and into urban slums. Land 
rship is increasingly in the hands of a privileged minority. With the objective that land should be 
:hose who work it, the Organization of Communal Development helps poor farmers develop 
:ultural communities, supplies farm machinery and sets up marketing cooperatives. Financing is 
y by income tax revenue and bank credit. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



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COTTON CLUB (WERE YOU THERE SERIES) 

a 28 minutes 85008 color:$22.75 

ews lives and times of performers at the old Cotton Club, "sophistication in brown — our 

alent of the Ziegfield Follies." Five former stars, Avon Long, Cab Calloway, Estrellita Morse and 
Nichols Brothers dance team talk about what it was like — what stars and what songs 'got their 
' there. Conversation is interspersed with selected footage of old performances. Avon Long re-does 

mous "Brown Boy" and Cab, Estrellita and Harold Nichols end with the "shim sham shimmy." 

a biographic series on Famous Black Americans subtitled "A Sepia Scrapbook." A 1981 

ction. (ngsa; befi) 



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1NTRY LOVERS 

a 60 minutes 2 reels 70618 color: $29. 50 

atizes Nadine Gordimer's short story about the clandestine love affair between the son of a 
eto-do South African farmer and a black serving girl with whom the son grew up. South Africa's 
m of racial separation causes the relationship to have tragic consequences. Screenplay by Nadine 

~mer. (Note: Teachers of younger viewers may wish to determine suitability.) A 1982 production. 

' r;tcul) 



I ALENT COMPOUNDS (CHEM 101) 

13 minutes 3 M" U-Matic 



CO0 112 



color: $26. 25 
Cassette Sale: $115.00 
H isses, with diagrams, the bonding of unlike atoms. Shows how lower energy atomic orbitals 
"j nate in the bonding molecular orbit. Covers polar covalent bonding, hybridization of atomic 
: 'n lis, nature and function of sigma and pi bonds. Computer diagrams illustrate Lewis structure and 
,l!; 5 etric structure, interrelationships of angles in tetrahedral, trigonal and linear structures. A 1974 
n iction. (ui) 



-OtFTS OF EDO 

la 29 minutes 85181 color:$ 10.00 

s masterpieces of the various crafts typical of the period when Tokyo went by the name Edo, 
ing inlaid lacquer ware, tea jars by master potters, embroidered kimonos, elaborately wrought 
guards, paper stencils, screens and lattices of bamboo, wood carving, porcelain, and even 
ctionery. (jaln) 



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ITED EQUAL (FREE TO CHOOSE, [5]) 

58 minutes 2 reels 70596 color: $26. 50 

Ives the paradox inherent in the equality problem by arguing that equal means "having equal 
ftunity" to maximize whatever potential each has. Uses muscial talent, Vegas gambling, and a new 
rjreneur with a product that can successfully treat oil spills as examples to make points. Blames 
egulation (which leads to contradictory regulations and an obvious lack of logic) for the increase 
ne, pointing out that once people feel free to break any law for any reason, this tends to extend 
jier, more basic, laws. Cites Britain as an example. Reel 2 debates the issues. A 1979 production. 
p/vida; pennc) 

■JIT AND COLLECTIONS FOR A SMALL BUSINESS 

19 minutes 57003 color:$ 16.75 

nts advantages of using and offering credit, and hints on managing it, emphasizing well-planned 
s and consistent procedures. Selecting a set of each, using trade credit, and other aspects are 
'I rated by considering two businesses: a fancy restaurant and a wholesale bakery. A 1982 
i ction. (fbdb; befi) 

SSBAR 

33 minutes 84831 color:$19.50 

mined that having only one leg should not keep him from competing in the Olympic high |ump, 



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Aaron Kornylo proves himself— against his father, the Olympic committee, and his alleged 'handicap.' 
Inspired by a true story. A 1980 production, (cabc; lea) 

THE CRY FOR HELP 

c-a 33 minutes 81723 b&w:$ 10.00 

Shows good and bad examples of handling persons who have threatened, or actually attempted, suicide. 
Presents these threats and attempts as 'cries for help' indicating a need for psychiatric care. A 1962 
production, (nimh; apa) 

CULTS 

j-h-c-a 13 minutes 57012 color:$ 13.00 

Investigates some ramifications of the more than 3000 new groups which call themselves 'religions.' 
Without identifying cults by name, interviews cult members and parents, shows discussion groups in a 
Los Angeles "cult clinic," established to help people who wish to 'de-program' themselves. Establishes 
that the Jewish faith alone has lost 60,000 young members to these groups over a ten-year period. A 
CBS "60 Minutes" feature. Produced in 1982. (cbs; cal) 

[CURATIVE RADIOTHERAPY] (LA RADIOTHERAPIE A VISEE CURATIVE) 

c-a 30 minutes %" U-Matic K00013 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $270.00 
Animation explains how radiation affects the chemical stability of molecules, clarifying the concept of 
gradual dosage to permit regeneration of healthy tissue. Explains how dosage level is determined. 
Shows an operation for the purpose of implanting radioactive wires to cure a tumor of the tongue. 
Demonstrates calculation, by computer, of the geometry of complex irradiation patterns in an instance 
of uterine cancer. Discusses degrees and characteristics of various types of beam used in therapy. 
Shows treatment of a case of Hodgkin's disease and one of cancer of the larynx. Explains and 
demonstrates the use of a polystyrene 'ghost' to avoid irradiating lung tissue. Sets modern success rate 
at 60%. A 1972 production, (jabo) 

THE CURE 

general 1 7 minutes 5694 7 b&w:$10.50 

Stars Charlie Chaplin, Edna Purviance and Eric Campbell in a silent comedy-romance about an alcoholic 
cure that takes several unexpected turns, the most significant being the case of liquor that finds its 
way into the waters of the curative springs. A 1917 production, (mut; nfvc) 

DAFFY THE COMMANDO 

general 8 minutes 05004 color:$ 10.00 

The scene opens in a German bunker with a Nazi flag flying. Daffy is dropped onto the scene by 
parachute, and proceeds to take over single-handed from the burlesqued commander. A 1943 
production of Schlesinger's "Looney Tunes." (wb; nfvc) 

THE DALAI LAMA SPEAKS: THE TRANSFORMATION OF A WAY 

c-a 30 minutes 84650 color: $30. 00 

In addition to his personal identity, the Dalai Lama is the cultural embodiment of Tibetan Buddhism. 
Interviews with him elaborate on the tenets of this doctrine as it has been refined in that locale. 
Defines and discusses mind, the concepts of sunyata and samsara, and the Tibetan Buddhist view of 
their body of scriptures. A 1974 production, (jab) 



A DAM AND AFTER 

h-c-a 17 minutes 



56862 



color:$ 16.50 
Film sale:$255.00 
Cassette sale:$1 55.00 
Identifies the ways in which construction of the Volta Dam and Tema harbour in Ghana brought 
industrial benefits and new challenges. The inhabitants of 700 villages, inundated by flooding caused by 
the dam, had to be resettled and reassured. Traditional occupations and tribal patterns were preserved. 
New settlements provided basic houses: field advisers and new methods promoted increased crops and 
a guaranteed market. Hydroelectric power is exported and serves diversified industries, providing jobs 
and training. Urban squatters are being re-housed through aided self-help programs. A 1976 production, 
(unchs; ui) 

A DANCER'S GRAMMAR 

general 18 minutes 56742 color:$14.75 

Demonstrates, alternating masculine and feminine performers, the principal movements of the ballet, 
from the simplest to the most complex. Captions identify movements: Grand plie, Developpe, Petits 
battements, Port de bras, Battement fondu, Adagio, Tours, Pirouettes, Cabnolle. Camera techniques 
include closeups of muscles involved. Piano accompaniment. A 1977 production, (phpr) 

DATA DICTIONARIES (COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS) 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84799 color: $20. 50 

Presents an outline structure for discussing data dictionary systems and gives examples of how West 
Midlands Gas Company uses such a system for its data processing documentation. Interprets the 
system in terms of four components: data model, data structure, process model, programs. Discusses 
component record types of subschemas (record descriptions, set descriptions, item descriptions, 
links). Uses simplified structures, does not fully describe processing. A 1979 production, (bbc / openu; 
umed) 

DAVID 

j-h-c 25 minutes 85019 color: $2 1.00 

Dramatizes a narrative poem by Earle Birney, recounting a youthful friendship which ended in a tragic 
mountain-climbing accident. The injured friend (whose back is broken) persuades the other to push him 
the rest of the way so that he need not face life paralysed. Has the additional dramatic twist of being 
cast as flashbacks, with the poet's voice reading parts of the poem. A 1982 production, (at/ebe; befi) 

DAVID 

h-c-a 10 minutes 04952 color: $11.25 

Dramatization of a documented incident involving a case of mistaken identity in the police hunt for a 



22 / DAVID 

sniper. David is a deaf mute, who, because he cannot hear when police call out to him, is caught in a 
series of tragic errors. A 1977 production, (phpr) 

THE DAWN OF MAN 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84785 color: $20. 50 

Demonstrates problems of finding and preparing fossils, using a visit to the limestone quarry at 
Somerset. Uses models of hominid skulls to familiarize students with descriptive terms and 
characteristics. Explains use and limitations of radiocarbon dating. Discusses how morphological 
features of skulls are related to dating of fossils. A 1978 production, (bbc / openu; umed) 

THE DAWN OF MOTORING 

h-c-a 27 minutes 83896 color:$ 18.75 

An international look at the history of the motor car, from the invention of the wheel to the first 
commercially successful French vehicle. Covers attempts at harnessing steam, and steps in the 
discovery of the internal combustion engine, using still photos, models and original vehicles in museums 
of today. A 1980 production, (fotod; bon) 

THE DAY AFTER TRINITY: J. ROBERT OPPENHEIMER AND THE ATOMIC BOMB 

j-h-c-a 90 minutes 77013 color: $36. 25 

Re-creates the life story of J. Robert Oppenheimer, with emphasis on the years of research and 
leadership leading to the discovery and testing of the atomic bomb. Uses interviews of people who 
worked on the project, old photos and stills, and footage not previously released. Conveys with 
dramatic impact the personal struggles over the ethical questions involved. A 1980 production, (jone / 
kteh; pyr) 

DAY CARE FOR A KIBBUTZ TODDLER 

c-a 24 minutes 84928 color:$15.00 

Examines theories and practices of family-style day-care for toddlers in one children's house of Kibbutz 
Gesher Haziv. Focuses on the metapelet, or care-giver, emphasizing her attitudes and her training for 
the role. Stresses the importance of the small group approach, pointing out the enjoyment the children 
seem to take in one another, their enthusiasm for the books and materials used, the absence of stress 
increased by the fact that parents drop in during the day to spend some time with the child. A 1979 
production, (ethn; scamp) 

DAYS OF DECISION (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 6) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84941 mixed:$ 19.00 

Film sale: $495. 00 
Analyses the attitudes of the Johnson administration on the basis of historians' difference of opinion as 
to whether Johnson was misled by his advisors, left from the Kennedy years. Interviews Daniel Ellsberg, 
John Kenneth Galbraith, and others. Ends with the reversal of public support and Johnson's decision not 
to run again. A 1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 

DEAF LIKE ME 

general 23 minutes 84754 color: $18.25 

Yollie feels cut off from her playmates and their world by her deafness. One day a young teacher of 
mime, Jeff, appears at the school, where he is to perform. Watching him practice, Yollie is drawn out of 
herself, and Jeff teaches her some routines and invites her to perform with him. At first she refuses, 
but finally does so, and discovers a whole new world. A 1980 production, (ab) 

DEATH AND DYING: A TEENAGE CLASS 

h-c-a 11 minutes 56719 color: $11.00 

Presents rationale, teaching formats and class discussion scenes of a class about death and dying, 
which, after a year of experimentation, will be offered throughout the schools of Washington, D.C. Field 
trips include cemeteries, funeral homes and their embalming rooms, crematoria. One assignment, to 
write their own obituary, causes students to think how they would like to be remembered, and helps 
focus life goals. Affords opportunities to think through and assess feelings with regard to this basic 
aspect of life. A CBS "30 Minutes" program, produced in 1980. (cbs; crm / mcgh) 

DEATH IN THE FAST LANE 

h-c-a 15 minutes 85039 color:$ 13.50 

Analyses factors which make teenagers particularly vulnerable to death in drinking/driving accidents; 
explores developmental, emotional and cultural aspects of the problem. Cites statistics for the year 
preceding the production: 18,000 killed, 56,000 permanently disabled. Highlights a growing political 
movement, initiated by parents, demanding tougher drinking laws, but concludes sadly, "If there's a 
war on drunk driving, the drunks are winning." A 1980 production, (abc) 

DECISION MAKING: ALTERNATIVES AND INFORMATION 

h-a 17 minutes 57040 color:$16.00 

Uses the dramatic/satiric format of a "crisis intervention team" to whisk newly promoted superviosr 
Frank Webster off to "Decisions, Unlimited" to be taught skills which will enable him to make up his 
mind. Set up as a sort of laboratory, Decisions Unlimited puts people through listing and prioritizing 
alternatives, collecting information, and predicting outcomes, to the point where they are ready to take 
action to get out of their dilemmas. A 1982 production, (call/veri; ab) 

DECISION MAKING: OUTCOMES AND ACTION 

h-a 18 minutes 57042 color: $16. 00 

Decisions Unhmited's 'crisis intervention team' focuses on David Stanley, who has been asked to 
recommend someone to fill the job out of which he has been promoted. David learns, with their 
coaching, how to use information in predicting outcomes and assessing probabilities. Assists viewers in 
grasping techniques for establishing and narrowing alternatives to the point of action. A 1982 
production, (call/veri; ab) 

DECISION MAKING: VALUES AND GOALS 

h-a 17 minutes 57041 color:$16.00 

Teaches initial steps in decision making (articulating and prioritizing values, choosing a goal). Uses the 
format of an unorthodox counseling center set up as a lab, to which a 'crisis intervention team' brings 



a young lady who is having trouble deciding between two jobs. Viewers learn methods with her as si 
sorts through the possibilities. A 1982 production, (call/veri; ab) 



DECISIONS 

h-c-a 28 minutes 84677 color:$20.. 

A panel of professional consultants and a series of vignettes involving decision-making in varif 
contexts demonstrate tie nature of decision-making; methods, risks, emotions that can be expected 
accompany the process, and ways to deal with these. A 1980 production, (crm / mcgh) 



DEEP HEARTS 

h-c-a 53 minutes 2 reels 70496 color:$27. 

Focuses on the meanings of the tribal ritual dances held during the season of the spring rains by t 
Bororo Fulani of the Niger Republic in Africa. Chief aspect of the dances is a beauty contest among t 
younger men. Reveals 'what it may mean to be hostage to a culture.' A 1980 production, (fschu; phf 



DEER IN THE WORKS 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84511 color: $19: 

David Potter, discouraged by the insecurity of income connected with running a small-town newspap 
interviews for and accepts a job at a local factory. Brought up hard against the impersonality, rigid 
and restriction of 'the works,' David is helped to a decision by a deer which has inadvertently wander 
into the fenced, enclosed factory world. Seeing a mob of factory workers armed with sticks and shov 
chasing the small, frightened deer, David opens the gate, lets the deer into the woods, and follow 
Based on a short story by the same name, written by Kurt Vonnegut. A 1980 production, (roun; ab) 



DEGAS IN THE METROPOLITAN 

h-c-a 10 minutes 04892 color:$12. 

Degas, who never accepted the label 'impressionist,' but called himself a realist, can be seen in evi 
aspect of his talent in this filming of the 1977 exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where - 
works and the works of some who influenced him were on display. Paintings, drawings, prints a 
sculptures are included. Degas was a very deliberate and thoughtful painter, saying "of inspiratir 
spontaneity, temperament, I know nothing." Points out Degas' 'vocabulary of gestures' (in dance 
bathers, racing); compares his style with that of others who influenced him: Delacroix, Ingres. A IS 
production, (ere; pyr) 



DEHUMANIZATION AND THE TOTAL INSTITUTION 

c-a 15 minutes 52561 color:$10- 

Illustrates types of dehumanizing elements in institutional environments: outmoded rules, inflexi 
routines, disregard for normal privacy. Designed for the training of nurses and staff, to sensitize th! 
to the potential effect of certain procedures and attitudes on patients' self-esteem. A 1966 producti 
(mspw; apa) 



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THE DELIAN PROBLEM (HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS) 

c-a 24 minutes 85133 color:$2C 

Lists the difficulties and traces the efforts at solutions to the "Delian problem," so called becausi 
first appeared in a legend of the island of Delos. The problem, one of the three 'classical' problem; 
antiquity, consists in producing a cube with double the volume of a given cube. (Modern algebr 
formulation would be x^=2.) Shows the mechanical solution attributed to Plato, the reformulate 
the problem by Hippocrates of Chios (in terms of two mean proportionals), and Menaechmus' solut 
by means of conic sections. Lecturer is Professor B. V. van der Waerden, Math Institute of I 
University of Zurich. A 1974 production, (openu; mg) 



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A DEMAND SCHEDULE FOR WUMPETS 

h-c-a 10 minutes 05055 color:$11 

Uses computer animation to present, define, and illustrate the behavior of a "demand curve." Carefr 
distinguishes movement along the curve from movement of the curve, where a decrease in income - 
bring about a shift to the left, and an increase in income, a shift to the right. Distinguishes I 
definitions of "demand." A 1980 production, (stsm; mg) 



DENISE: [THE TRAGEDY OF CHILD ABUSE] 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 70540 color:$2t 

Interviews and commentary resume the life story of Denise Gallison, who is serving a 20-year sente 
for manslaughter and child abuse in the death of her daughter. Herself a victim of abuse and negl 
Denise showed early signs which led social workers to declare her pre-psychotic and unfit for adopt 
Story is told by Denise and by foster parents and relatives. A 1979 production, (bbi; abc) 



THE DENTIST 

h-c-a 20 minutes 56951 b&w:$K 

W.C. Fields as dentist, father, and golfer spreads chaos and humor across the screen. Supporting i 
features Elise Cavanna, Babe Kane. A 1932 production, (par; nfvc) 



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THE DESERT [THIRD EDITION] (THE NATURAL SCIENCE SERIES) 

i-j-h 16 minutes 56596 color :$V, 

The desert ecosystem of the southwest is presented in film. An explanation of its climate (causes 
characteristics) precedes an examination of the community of life forms (plants, animals and insei 
and their highly specialized adaptations to their climate. Shows snakes, coyotes, badgers and vultu 
as well as various cacti and desert plants. A 1980 revision, (ab) 



DESIGN INNOVATIONS FOR HUMAN SETTLEMENTS 

h-c-a 18 minutes 56863 



color:$1. 
Film sale:$27( 
Cassette sale: $16; 
Graphically describes modern innovations in housing and community development. The cold norti 
mining town of Fermont utilizes natural protection of trees and a "windshield" building, housing sh *Sir 
offices and school, that shelters other dwellings. Another northern community, Leaf Rap 
concentrates dwellings and services under one roof. The Ark on Prince Edward Island prov ! 'b» 



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sufficiency with solar heating, fish farming, greenhouses, wind generators and recycled wastes. A 
6 production, (unchs; ui) 



■SIGNING THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT 

-a 27 minutes 



84904 



color:$23.00 
Film sale:$405.00 
Cassette sale: $245. 00 
■nines claims that the soaring, all-glass facades of some city centers in the U.S.A. are not the last 
d in urban development. New buildings are often erected at the expense of older, poorer 
hborhoods. This film asserts that planning in isolation fails, that the needs of all citizens, as well as 
ronmental effects, must be considered before massive new redevelopment commences. Several 
s are visited, among them Dallas, with an analysis of improvements in the low-income Barrio area; 
imore, where a run-down residential neighborhood is being rehabilitated; and Seattle, where an old 
mercial quarter was rejuvenated. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



lUlNATION CITY 

21 minutes 



56864 



color:$18.75 
Film sale: $3 15.00 
Cassette sale: $190. 00 
Sects that India's population will rise to one billion by the year 2000. This film shows how 
■in-rural migration problems are being tackled there. While slums and shanty towns are now getting 
le attention — pure water, sewerage, paved roads — less problematic areas have crash programs 
lelf-help housing and rehabilitation involving voluntary organizations. In Bombay, a new city is being 
It; Calcutta is getting new roads, bridges and an underground railway. The goal: nationwide 
■stribution of population and industry, providing opportunties for all. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

T; DETOUR 

hc-a 13 minutes 56653 color:$ 14.50 

■ title refers metaphorically to the moments spent by aged Catherine Hamilton in a hospital after 

fg "brought back to life" by heroic measures. Filmed entirely from her viewpoint and narrated by 

thoughts,' spiced by acidic observations and engaging humor, conveys human sentiments in a 

tion that has become a mockery of humanity. Should be previewed before showing: conservative 

ers may object. A 1977 production, (phpr) 

VELOPMENT OF CEREBRAL MOTOR INFIRMITY IN THE INFANT] (APPARITION 
P EVOLUTION DE L'INFIRMITE MOTRICE CEREBRALE CHEZ LE NOURRISSON) 

36 minutes 3 a" U-Matic K00014 color:$33.00 

Cassette Sale: $324.00 
ains steps in the early identification of cerebral palsy, defining it as severe motor handicap coupled 
normal intelligence. Demonstrates identifying symptoms with actual infant victims, following a girl 
I through three years and a boy through four years of development. Differentiates several clinical 
is, listing the difficulties of definitive diagnosis, most capable of confirmation between the ages of 9 
12 months. A 1980 production, (jabo) 



f ELOPMENT OF THE HUNGARIAN SETTLEMENT 

a 21 minutes 56865 color:$18.75 

Film sale:$3 15.00 
Cassette sale: $190. 00 
ribes the history of Hungarian development and focuses on rapid postwar industrialization, 
ning at every level considers human and natural resources in the development of industry and 
:ulture, new towns and recreational areas. By the year 2000 the country will have a balanced 
fork of industry and agriculture, new urban centers linked with old towns and villages. A 1976 
uction. (unchs; ui) 



DEVIL AND DANIEL MOUSE (SPANISH VERSION: EL DIABLO Y EL RATON) 

era I 22 minutes 85013 color: $20. 25 

lish of intermediate difficulty. For plot, see description of English version, above. A 1978 
luction. (nelv/cabc; befi) 

JBOLIQUE (LES DIABOLIQUES) 

Va 110 minutes 3 reels 98952 b&w:$33.75 

..ace's master of film noir produces a suspense thriller set in a provincial boarding school. The 
Imical headmaster is murdered by his abused wife and equally abused mistress. The body, disposed 
i a swimming pool, mysteriously disappears, increasing the suspense. Stars Paul Meurisse, Vera 
-Izot and Simone Signoret. Director, Henri Georges Clouzot. A 1955 production. French with English 
■ties, (sevll; nfvc) 



(LYSIS (DIALYSE) 

22 minutes 



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color:$28.00 
Cassette Sale: $198.00 
■les and demonstrates dialysis, a concept based on the differences in liquid diffusion across 
.iieable membranes, showing its applications in pharmacology, human clinical medicine, and 
■stnal chemistry. Begins with the diffusion of dye in a liquid, showing a concentration curve. A 
■nd demonstration involves mixing, and then separating, two colored liquids, discussing the concept 
fcnsity (molecular weight). Explains how to calculate the necessary time, allowing for temperature 
tables, thickness of membrane, and so on. Mentions synthetic membranes under study. 
,Honstrates kidney dialysis, shows purification of gamma globulin and desalination of sea water. A 
l! production, (jabo) 



NOMIC MOLECULES (CHEM 101) 

14 minutes %" U-Matic 



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color: $28.00 
Cassette Sale: $120.00 
fining an elementary knowledge of energy level diagrams (at the level of "Molecular Orbitals: Rules 
J|e Road," #C00128), introduces molecular orbital treatment of diatomic molecules of elements in 
:Ulirst row of the Periodic Table. Uses energy level diagrams to predict bonding and shows the 



relationship between orbital overlap, dissociation energy, and molecular orbital theory. Discusses mixing 
of sigma orbitals in B2 and predicts paramagnetism of O2. A 1973 production, (ui) 

DIEN BIEN PHU (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 3) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84938 mixed:$ 19.00 

Film sale:$495.00 
Reviews the critical battle which determined the abandonment of French claim to Indonesian territorial 
sovereignty. Explains the Vietnamese consciousness of the criticality of the victory in Dien Bien Phu, 
the remote valley dominating the supply routes, and elaborates Vietnamese preparations, underground 
networks, and spirit of sacrifice. Summarizes French military risks and losses, ending with a verbal 
tribute by a French general to the exceptional spirit, skill, and endurance of Vietnamese troops. A 1980 
production, (itl / cineq; bon) 

DIET UNTO DEATH: [ANOREXIA NERVOSA] 

h-c-a 13 minutes 84870 color:$ 12.50 

Examines, through several real cases, the emotional disorder which causes people to starve themselves 
to death. Explains symptoms and shows some therapeutic techniques. Produced for ABC News "20 / 
20" program, in 1980. (abc) 

[DIGESTIVE MOTILITY] (LA MOTRICITE DIGESTIVE) 

c-a 31 minutes %" U-Matic K00090 color: $33 OO 

Cassette Sale: $279.00 
Describes the structure of muscles and their varying electrical resistance, which contributes to the 
basic electrical rhythm characteristic of each of the organs in the digestive system. Delineates the role 
of the nervous system in modulating the relationship between muscle layers. Procedures for studying 
muscle fiber are shown. Motility of each part of the digestive system is examined, explained, animated 
in turn: esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon. A 1979 production, (jabo) 

THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM (SECOND EDITION) 

j-h-c-a 19 minutes 56747 color:$ 15.00 

Color animation and live x-ray footage show location and help define function of major digestive organs. 
Role of each body part is illustrated as well as narrated, beginning with salivary glands. Includes names 
of chemical secretions and of elements needed for a balanced diet, telling what each does for the 
system. A 1981 production, (eb) 



THE DIGESTORS 

h-c-a 13 minutes 



56866 



color:$14.75 
Film sale: $195.00 
Cassette sale:$ 120.00 
Documents how a simple anaerobic digestor on small farms can produce sufficient methane gas for 
domestic and other uses. The film shows such a digestor on a small dairy and pig farm on Fiji; manure 
is channelled from sheds into a rectangular concrete tank in which gas is generated by natural bacterial 
action. The digestor's nutrient-rich effluent is useful as fertilizer and for growing algae on artificial 
ponds for fish and pig food. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

THE DIGNITY OF DEATH 

h-c-a 30 minutes 84636 color:$ 19.00 

Explains the concept, purposes and methods of the hospice as first conceived in Britain by Dr. Cicely 
Saunders, and carried out at St. Christopher's. "Hospice," a Medieval designation of travellers' way 
stations, was chosen as an appropriate way to characterize these sources of help for the terminally ill, 
as opposed to meanings already associated with 'hospital.' Care of the patient is deemed to be mental 
and spiritual as well as physical, and is extended to those 'significant others' touched by his suffering. 
Includes careful philosophical distinctions between hospice care and euthanasia. A 1973 production, 
(ncc / abc; abc) 

DINKY HOCKER 

j-h-c-a 33 minutes 84474 color:$19.50 

Dramatizes the painful nature, the causes, and the effects of food addiction in the person of Dinky 
Hocker, a teen-age girl whose mother is too deeply involved in her charity work at a drug rehabilitation 
center to realize that there is a problem in her home. Based on the novel Dinky Hocker Shoots Smack, 
by M. E. Kerr. A 1978 production, (gual; lea) 

DINOSAUR 

general 14 minutes 56671 color:$ 13.50 

Claymation brings a classroom report to life, impressing a roomful of unruly fifth graders, who learn 
that dinosaurs can be interesting. A 1980 production, (wvp; pyr) 

DIOXINS 

h-c-a 57 minutes 2 reels 70532 color: $27 50 

Surveys areas in which pesticides and herbicides have caused health problems. Alternates known 
scientific facts with case histories and contradictory opinions of citizens, scientists, and administrators 
of petrochemical companies. Covers the use of herbicides in northwestern forests, the PCB problems in 
Michigan, and the use of "Agent Orange." Though now banned in this country, 80% use continues 
world-wide, and non-degradable elements persist, with possible cumulative effects. Alternate series title 
A PLAGUE ON OUR CHILDREN. Featured on television's NOVA series, (wgbh; tlf) 

DISCIPLINE WITHOUT PUNISHMENT 

h-c-a 21 minutes 57103 color:$19.75 

Seeks to define discipline postively, as helping someone accept responsibility for his own behavior and 
for moving that behavior toward accepted standards. Discourages putting off action, which tends to 
escalate tension to a point of explosion. Explores negative effects of punishment; advises ways to avoid 
the 'contest of wills' situation which so easily arises. Dramatizes the story of a manager who realizes 
that the responsibility should be the employee's, and who finds ways to make it so. A 1982 production, 
(roun; erm/megh) 



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DISCOVERING THE ART OF KOREA 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 70546 color:$29.00 

A thorough pictorial history of the highlights of Korean artistic designs and traditions, beginning with 
vessels from 3000 B.C. and including painting, ceramic, metalwork, and architecture. Includes many 
fine examples of the delicate tenth — twelfth century blue-white ceramic which disappeared at the time 
of the Mongol conquest. Visits a monastery library, discussing the Korean invention of movable type 
200 years before Gutenberg. Traces style changes in painting. Based on an exhibition entitled "5000 
Years of Korean Art." A 1979 production, (haas; ffth) 

[DISSOLVING GALLSTONES] (LA DISSOLUTION DES CALCULS BILIAIRES) 

c-a 18 minutes %" U-Matic K00016 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $162.00 
Discusses ethnic and dietary factors in the occurrence of gallstones, speculating on why they are 
unknown in certain environments, having tended to follow the spread of industrialization. Explains how 
gallstones form, resuming the history of the search for a nontoxic substance to dissolve them. 
Describes the impact of achieving understanding of lithogenesis (ca 1970), and the chemical treatment 
now possible in the instance of radio-transparent stones. (Warns against treating radio-opaque stones 
in the same way.) A 1978 production, (jabo) 

THE DIVIDED GAME 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83810 color:$18.75 

Documents the historical and traditional split between the two major versions of football played widely 
in Britain by both amateur and professional teams: 'Rugby' and 'Association.' Uses newsreel and 
historical film to trace the history of the game from its rowdy beginnings as inter-village roughhousing, 
through the middle ages and its subsequent adoption as a game, to its present highly commercialized 
status, (thtv; bon) 

THE DIVIDED TRAIL 

h-c-a 33 minutes 84711 color:$ 19.60 

Filmed over eight years, studies the real struggles and triumphs of three young people who leave the 
Northern Wisconsin Indian reservation which has been their home and move to the slums of Chicago. 
The government encouraged them to migrate, but did nothing to prepare them or to support them. One 
fought a successful battle against alcoholism and is now a counsellor. The others overcame militancy 
and bitterness to become valuable links between their people and the government. Academy Award 
Nomination, Best Documentary Short Subject, 1979. (phpr) 

DIVORCE 

general 16 minutes 51300 color:$15.75 

Reviews, through vignettes, the types of problems in a family where the parents are divorcing after 
fourteen years of marriage. Deals with the parents' economic problems, and with the emotional 
problems of the other two generations affected by the decision: three children and their grandparents. 
A 1981 production, (gkp; cec) 

DIVORCE...AND OTHER MONSTERS 

/ 22 minutes 56660 color: $16.50 

Designed to help younger children cope with the anger, guilt and fear that often follow the divorce of 
their parents. Offers techniques such as verbalization and naming to help them understand and cope 
with what they feel. Dramatized. A 1981 production, (roun; ab) 

DIVORCE MEDIATION: A LESS PAINFUL PATH, Parts 1 and 2 

c-a 90 minutes 2 %" U-Matic C90931 color:$24.25 

Demonstrates a program developed by Dr. John M. Haynes of the School of Social Welfare, proposing a 
way to help people through the decisions necessary in a legal separation. Goals of the program are: to 
assist the parties in reaching a practical agreement that separates the economic issues from the 
emotional ones, and to lead them to look forward rather than backward. Shows the mediator in 
individual and couple interviews, maps the steps in negotiation, provides review of purposes and of 
accomplishments, with discussion stops and suggested questions for viewers. A 1979 production, 
(sunysb) 

DIVORCE MEDIATION: DEALING WITH CUSTODY 

c-a 45 minutes %" U-Matic C85201 color:$16.75 

Shows the application of mediation methods developed by Dr. John M. Haynes to a "high conflict" 
couple trying to settle custody of their five-year-old. Demonstrates his principles of trying to focus on 
the future, to negotiate in specific terms, to separate economic from emotional issues, and to plan for 
the child to have access to both parents. Reviews (at end) the key interventions of mediator. A 1981 
production, (sunysb) 

DO YOU BELIEVE IN MIRACLES? 

general 24 minutes 84891 color: $20.00 

Interviews members of the US Gold Medal Hockey team, winner of what was probably the greatest 
upset in sports history, the Lake Placid Winter Olympic victory of a group of college boys that had 
never played together before the Olympics. Tells how they think they were able to do this and recaps 
game highlights. A 1981 production, (abc) 

DOGFIGHT OVER NEW YORK (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

h-c-a 30 minutes 85149 color:$38.00 

%" U-Matic C85149 color: $38.00 

Reviews the story of the establishment of New York Air in competition with United's Washington 
Shuttle. The "Northeast Corridor," a hundred million dollar market, is entered by this offspring of Texas 
International in the hope of getting a modest $15,000 slice of that pie. Interviews officials of the 
company and of rival companies, upset labor unions, and so on. Shows aspects of the promotion 
campaign. A 1981 production, (wgbh; lea) 

DR. SPOCK: AN AMERICAN INSTITUTION 

h-c-a 48 minutes 2 reels 70498 color:$24.50 

A biographic portrait of Dr. Spock, whose book Baby and Child Care is second only to the Bible and 



Shakespeare as the world's all-time best seller. His own children feel that they did not know hin 
well, as he was too busy when they were small. Now, in his later years, he is renewing family ties. 
1978 production, (phpr) 

DON'T BE SHOCKED 

/-/ 12 minutes 56817 color: $12.., 

Two children remind each other of electrical safety rules in situations encountered during a day in thf — 
home. Includes safety tips on handling appliances and plumbing; care and placement of cords and plug HI' 
avoiding overload; protecting smaller children. A 1978 production, (bort; aol) 

DON'T BOTHER ME, I'M LEARNING 

h-c-a 24 minutes 84993 color: 5/7./C 

Shows the enthusiasm with which young learners participate in interactive computer programs design 
to teach basic skills. Quotes teachers and parents on the advantages of this new set of device jL 
Demonstrates, with specific examples, skills learned. A 1980 production, (onep; crm / megh) 

DOUBLE AGENT: A CONVERSATION WITH GRAHAM GREENE 

h-c-a 52 minutes 2 reels 70139 color: $29. -4- 

Records the first on-camera interview of author Graham Greene. Alan Cooke and Greene, in Greene IK 
favorite childhood retreat, a hotel room overlooking the sea where his aunt used to take him f J 
convalescence, chat together about themes in Greene's works: childhood and the ambiguity L 
innocence, the relationship of twins, the role of fear, the double agent, the notion of gambling wtT S ; 
death, and finally, his conversion to Catholicism. Dramatizes excerpts from selected stories, traci L 
some to life situations. Cooke states that Greene speaks for an idea quite out of fashion: the individi L 
right to dissent. A 1975 production, (thtv; bon) — 

DOWAGER IN HOT PANTS 

c-a 55 minutes 2 reels 70136 color: $28. L. 

Characterizes declining Hollywood (the title is Marshall Effron's description), sometimes in scourgiJL 
terms. Interviews elderly stars of silent and early sound films. Includes a sequence in which a you JL 
and successful film actress talks about "making it." A producer tells how he makes pornogra|»;|| 
commercially acceptable. Note: Explicit language may offend. A 1974 production, (thtv; bon) 



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DREAMS OF A GRADE SCHOOL DANCER 

p-i-j 28 minutes 84997 color:$21. , 

Animation carries the fantasy thread of a ten-year-old's longing for a star role in the Christmn jj, 
pageant. In song and conversation with the Grandfather Clock, she is given encouragement, andu (ljl 
ready when a prankster with a frog unexpectedly gives her her big chance. A 1975 production, (n r , v 
befi) ,; : 



DREAMS SO REAL: THREE MEN'S STORIES 

c-a 30 minutes 84931 color:$10 

C84941 color:$10 

Documents an art therapy project undertaken for and by three men who are making the diffic 
transition from mental hospital to community life. As outpatients in a community mental health cent 
the three discuss their past and present problems. Each makes an animated film based on his own 
experiences, expressing his fears and his struggle to achieve mental health. The films are shown a 
part of this documentary. A 1981 production, (orru; apa) 



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DRIFTING CONTINENTS 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84784 color: $20 

Reviews three types of evidence which support the hypothesis of continental drift: 1) Paleoclirm 
(boulder clay as evidence of ice ages, coal as evidence of swampy forests, sand and cross-bedding 
evidence of deserts). 2) Paleomagnetic (polar-wandering curves confirm latitudinal drift implied 
paleoclimatic evidence: divergent curves for different continents). 3) Paleontological and structi 
(as resolution of the paradox of fossil distribution on various continents). Animated sequence she 
how the breaking up and drifting of the original unit is thought to have occurred. A 1979 producti 
(bbc / openu; umed) 



DRUGS AND THE NERVOUS SYSTEM (2nd REVISION) 

i-j 18 minutes 50710 color:$1i 

Identifies and discusses the effects of drugs on the nervous system. Substances covered are: airpl 
glue, amphetamines, cocaine, barbiturates, alcohol (and the combination of these); opiates, marijusfc 
PCP and LSD. Seeks to define addiction, and to make people aware of the poisonous and lei f>- 
potentials. A 1981 production, (chu) 



DUEL IN THE SUN (QUICK TAKES) 

h-c-a 17 minutes 56647 color:$U 

King Vidor and David 0. Selznik's filmic adaptation of a best-selling novel by Niven Busch. Two son 
a Texas senator become involved with a beautiful half-breed relative of their mother's. Stars Jenn 
Jones, Gregory Peck, Joseph Cotten, Lionel Barrymore, Lillian Gish. A 1946 production, (abc) 



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DYING FOR A FAG? 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83659 color: $11 

Reviews the facts in known cases of cigarette-related lung cancer. Interviews terminally ill for 
smokers, including Peter, age 42. Interviews medical doctors who show actual cancer in a lung 
removed from a patient, to whom statistics now give one chance in four of survial. Examines cigar 
advertising practices, showing movie heroes and sports heroes with cigarettes. Questions 
responsibility of industry in encouraging a lethal practice. A 1975 production, (thtv; bon) 



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E IS FOR ECOLOGY 

k-p-i 1 1 minutes 04889 color:$ 1\ 

Presents a background for studying the beginning concepts in ecology. A combination of animation 
nature photography show how water, air, plants, and animals all work together in a delicate balai ^ 
Points out how everything in nature is inter-connected and the importance of recycling materials in ^ 
environment to protect the ecological balance. A 1979 production, (c) ^. 



ELECTROCHEMISTRY OF METALS (CHEM 101) / 25 



■ FOR ENERGY 

k-i 10 minutes 04890 color:$ 13.00 

Jains through animation and special effects that all living things depend on the sun's energy for life 
ai growth. Solar, electrical, and nuclear energy are introduced and observed at work. A greater 
ajreness of our dependency on energy is conveyed along with the need to develop renewable sources 
allergy that won't pollute the environment. A 1979 production, (c) 

ItLY HOPES (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 4) 

--a 26 minutes 84939 mixed:$ 19.00 

Film sale:$495.00 
4;rs the progression of American interest in South Viet Nam from the 1954 withdrawal of the French, 
I wed by the flight of a million refugees from the north in the face of a savage 'land reform' in which 
'00 landowners were executed. Documents increasing American support, including the attitudes and 
sions of Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Johnson. Delineates the character of Ngo Din Diem, South Viet 
's first president, and that of his family, which proved a major source of difficulties. Traces the 
r ution from the presence of 350 U.S. military advisers in 1959, to the presence of 23,000 troops in 
I, calling this "only a beginning." A 1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 



JS: HAVE YOU HEARD THE LATEST? 

11 minutes 04987 color:$ 12.00 

ains the nature of the production of sound and its interaction with the human ear. Diagrams show 
three main parts of the ear, distinguishing those which deal with balance and those which transmit 
hd. Identifies precautions which can be taken for the care and protection of ears. A 1981 
uction. (cec) 



T.TER WORSHIP: THE GREEK LITURGY (MAN'S RELIGIOUS QUEST) 

-i -a 24 minutes 85124 color: $20. 50 

lords an Eastern orthodox mass, conducted in a portion of the sanctuary screened off from 
whipers by icons. Initial event is the preparation with incense, symbolic of respect and of aspiring 
ter. Next is the procession, in which the gospel is carried out through the standing crowd, to 
fbolize the coming of the Word to man. Much chanting punctuates separate events of the ceremony: 
imunion is administered by a Deacon. Narrator, Dr. Francis Clark. A 1977 production, (openu; mg) 

JTERN MYSTICS OF THE GOLDEN WEST 

-c-a 28 minutes 84833 color:$20.25 

|s the International Society for Krishna Consciousness in Culver City, California, focusing on their 

ol and the children who are learning there. Interviews children who accept and recite the principles 

rable to the execution of pure devotional service: being enthusiastic, endeavoring with confidence, 

patient, acting according to the revealed principles, abandoning association of non-devotees. A 

) production, (jobo; cal) 



EASY PILL TO SWALLOW 

c-a 30 minutes 84634 color:$20.00 

sounding statement of the dangers in the tendency to treat routine social and emotional problems 
diseases. One fourth of the prescriptions written on the continent of North America are for 
Id-altering drugs. The result, say scientists, is that people are losing their natural coping 
ihanisms and are becoming unable to deal with stresses and problems in the natural modes that 
nld be available. The drug industry encourages doctors in this 'quick and easy' way to deal with 
ints, who are often worse off than without that particular kind of 'help.' A 1978 production, (nfbc; 
/ mcgh) 



FOR HEALTH (SECOND EDITION) 

8 minutes 04935 color: $10. 25 

food changes the way we feel is the basic emphasis in this introduction to the four food groups 
balanced nutrition. A 1981 production, (eb) 



MJ MAGIQUE (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 

6 minutes 05027 color: $10. 50 

iws Alikammig as he runs away because he is blind and no one will play with him. Finding some 

seals whose mother has temporarily disappeared, he decides to take care of them, catching fish 
feeding them. When their mother returns and learns of his kindness, she gets some magic water 

Sedra, the Queen of the Sea, and restores Alikammig's sight. Puppet animation. Available also in 
ish under the title THE MAGIC WATER. A 1982 production, (ancan; befi) 



IHOSCOPY OF THE FETAL HEART] (ECHOSCOPIE DU COEUR FOETAL) 

15 minutes %" U-Matic K00017 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $135.00 
SI vs how, by means of real-time two-dimensional echocardiography (ultrasound), most congenital 
:i t disease can now be diagnosed in utero. Magnified slow motion, allowing detection of diastole and 
In Die, is shown for a 26 week-old fetus, and the system which allows the display is described. Shows 
irmation of diagnosis by means of dye injection and X-ray. Pinpoints the proper time of the 
- lination at between 26 and 28 weeks. Shows and discusses several individual cases, including a 

y system excised post mortem and shown with its echogram. A 1981 production, (jabo) 
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color:$15.50 



iAR ALLAN POE: BACKGROUND FOR HIS WORKS (REVISED) 

c-a 14 minutes 50618 

if«ork is used to illustrate scenes from Poe's poems "To Helen" and "The Raven," and his stories 
Fall of the House ot Usher and The Murders in the Rue Morgue. Narration covers the major events 
)e's life and tells how he came to write and market his macabre tales, (c) 



: EDUCATION OF ZUBIN MEHTA IN THE EASTERN AND WESTERN WORLDS 

c-a 26 minutes 84629 color: $19.00 

words of Zubin Mehta about his early education in India, his admiration for Mahatma Gandhi and 
:>«iis own father, his affection and gratitude for the United States, are supplemented by brief 
nents from his mother, father, wife, son, and daughter. These are interspersed with scenes from 
cal performances and concerts filmed during a visit to Ames, Iowa. "Goals can only be spiritual," 



says Mehta. "I work at that all the time." His father says, "His music is not for himself, but for all of 
humanity. ..it reaches the common man who does not understand anything about music, and touches 
him deeply..." A 1978 production, (esm) 

AN EDWARDIAN CHILDHOOD 

h-c-a 28 minutes 84607 color:$ 19.50 

Lord Kenneth Clark recounts with delightful whimsy the characteristics of Edwardian society as they 
are revealed in his memories of his parents and their friends in his childhood. An only child, his 
recollections are largely of adults and their amusements, of favorite books, animals, people and places 
— a succession of opulent homes in England, on the continent, and aboard his father's yacht. The 
social activities and attitudes of that all-but-forgotten era are brought to life with gentle humor and 
without regret at their passing. A 1977 production, (vpsl; pyr) 

THE EGO TRAP 

general 5 minutes 04939 color:$10.00 

An airplane plant employee submits his new design to the boss, who congratulates, but modifies, until 
nothing is left of the original design. It looks, in tact, more like the boss than like a plane. The test 
flight is a disaster, and the plant returns to the old model. Animated. A 1977 production, (hfi / stbo; 
chu) 

EGYPT: LAND OF ANTIQUITY (CAPTIONED) 

i-j-h 17 minutes 57017 color: $13. 75 

A guided tour of the host land of ancient civilizations, captioned for appropriate audiences. Visits Aswan 
Dam and quarries: shows temples and the statue of Ramses II in Nubia: identifies sites of Thebes and 
the Colossi of Memnon on Luxor: surveys the valley of the tombs of kings; closes with a view from the 
pyramids of Giza. A 1970 production, (php; mcif) 

THE EIGER: CONQUERING THE KILLER WALL 

h-c-a 28 minutes 85194 color: $17.25 

Documents the climb of the Eiger mountain by a team which had hoped to duplicate the successful 
climb of a Japanese group. First person narration by cameraman Lothar Brandler follows the adventure, 
eventually defeated by a change in the unpredictable weather, (tcul) 

EISENHOWER AND THE COLD WAR (AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY SERIES) 

h-c-a 17 minutes 56682 b&w:$ 14.00 

Reviews American foreign policy during the Eisenhower years: the "Brinkmanship" of John Foster 
Dulles, the significance of the change in Russian leadership from Stalin to Khruschev, the formation of 
the International Atomic Energy Agency, the spread of the 'cold war,' the Eisenhower Doctrine. A 1981 
production, (eb) 

EL SALVADOR - ANOTHER VIET NAM 

h-c-a 53 minutes 2 reels 70555 color:$30.00 

Emphasizes parallels between involvement in Viet Nam and involvement in El Salvador as typical of 
American Foreign Policy. Gives several careful analyses of the complexities of the Salvadoran situation, 
using interviews of Salvadoran citizens, soldiers, and former high-ranking Salvadoran government 
officials: ministers of defense, education, agriculture. Includes also interviews of Archbishop Romero 
who was assassinated shortly thereafter, and of Maryknoll missionary Ita Ford, one of the four women 
whose 1980 murder there shocked the world. Records the expression of diverse U.S. opinions: Reagan, 
Haig, and finally Democrat Gerry Studds of Massachusetts who says, "I think we are acting in a way 
that is unworthy of the best traditions of our own country, and I think we're just plain wrong." A 1981 
production, (catme; icar) 

ELECTRICAL SAFETY AROUND THE FARM 

h-c-a 23 minutes 84826 color:$14.50 

Citing the 50% mortality rate in electrical accidents on the farm, emphasizes pre-planning to avoid such 
accidents. Enumerates and examines potential danger situations, recommends the use of 
safety-watchers, advises that guards on machinery NEVER be left off. Recommends seeking the help of 
the power company when planning to work near wires. Interviews with accident victims emphasize the 
seriousness of these matters. A 1977 production, (bort; aol) 

ELECTRICAL SAFETY IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES 

h-c-a 20 minutes 56814 color:$ 14.00 

Covers precautions for avoiding contact with high and low voltage overhead lines when operating high 
equipment or scaffolding and pipes. Inspection of work site, knowledge of local clearance regulations, 
use of flag people are stressed. Covers what to do in the event of an accidental contact between a 
machine and a power line. Special section on power tools and extension cords. A 1979 production, 
(bort; aol) 

ELECTRICITY: HANDLE WITH CARE 

h-c-a 20 minutes 56820 color: $14.00 

Examines real situations in home, yard, workshop and recreation environments which can lead to 
tragedy if electrical safety rules are ignored. Home environment section includes the handling and 
maintenance of electrical applicances, avoiding overload, protecting children. Pays particular attention 
to environments where electricity and water are both present. Yard and workshop sections include 
power tools, overhead wires, digging. Recreation section includes kite flying, model planes, tree houses, 
transporting and sailing sailboats. A 1978 production, (bort; aol) 

ELECTROCHEMISTRY OF METALS (CHEM 101) 

c-a 15 minutes %" U-Matic CO0 127 color:$29.75 

Cassette Sale: $130.00 
Discusses and demonstrates the oxidation and reduction of metals and ions and the role of electron 
transfer in the operation of Voltaic cells. Gives instructions for manipulating half-reaction formulas and 
reaction potentials based on assigning the value of zero to the hydrogen half-cell potential. Shows how 
to calculate the electrical potential of a zinc-copper cell. Gives history of the Voltaic cell, stresses 
differences between Voltaic and electrolytic cells. Computer schemata illustrate both types. Discusses 
corrosion of metals and methods used by industry in its prevention: galvanizing, allowing formation of 



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self-protective oxides. Shows some current applications of this chemistry in commercial products: 
cameras, hearing aids, pacemakers, radios. A 1973 production, (ui) 

ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF COORDINATION COMPLEXES (CHEM 101) 

c-a 19 minutes W U-Matic CO0 135 color:$36.75 

Cassette Sale: $165.00 
A discussion of ho* metal-ligand interactions lead to observed properties of complexes. To aid in the 
understanding of the chemical behavior, colors, and magnetism of transition metal complexes, examines 
the field created at the metal ion by the approaching ligand. Computer diagrams show the effect of 
electron-ligand repulsion on the d-orbital energies in octahedral complexes. Explains Ligand Field 
Splitting. Computer diagrams illustrate the distribution of electrons entering d-orbitals, the 
determination of High and Low Spin complexes. Shows use of the Gouy balance to measure the 
unpaired spin in a complex. Defines Spectrochemical Series, shows how the strongest of this series, 
cyanide, causes Cobalt (II) to become Cobalt (III). Discusses and gives examples of tetrahedral and 
square planar complexes. A 1975 production, (ui) 

ELECTRONIC STRUCTURES OF ATOMS (CHEM 101) 

c-a 14 minutes %" U-Matic CO0 116 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $125.00 
Defines principal, angular, and magnetic quantum numbers, showing their relation in allowed energy 
states. Letter designations for quantum number are presented, and the way they are used in describing 
orbitals is sketched. (Discussion break provided here.) Covers characteristics of orbitals and the use of 
psi in describing wave functions. Reexamines the use of 90% boundary, s orbitals, and electron spin. 
Uses computer diagrams to illustrate electron density. A 1973 production, (ui) 

ELEMENTARY HYDROGEN & OXYGEN (CHEM 101) 

c-a 19 minutes %" U-Matic CO0 103 color:$36.75 

Cassette Sale: $165.00 
Three different methods of hydrogen production are shown: natural production by H2O hydrocarbons, 
electrolysis, and nuclear fission or fusion. The uses of hydrogen in the present and the future illustrate 
how important hydrogen is to our society. The hydrogen-oxygen fuel cell is described. A section on the 
hazards of using hydrogen as an energy source follows. The second part of the tape deals with oxygen. 
A description of the natural cycle of oxygen is followed by a discussion with several examples of the 
production of oxygen in the laboratory. Ozone is defined by looking at its structure and chemical 
properties. Its formation in the stratosphere, and why its destruction there may be harmful to the 
human race, are discussed. A 1974 production, (ui) 

ELEMENTS DISCOVERED 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84787 color: $20. 50 

Reviews the history of the discovery of known chemical elements, stressing the relationship between 
the technology available at the time and the discoveries themselves. First to be discovered were the 
metals. Then, the development of glass made it possible to experiment with gases; the discovery of 
electrolysis, to identify alkaline earths and metals. The spectroscope made possible the largest number 
of discoveries and identifications, and remains an important source of scientific information about the 
universe. A 1978 production, (bbc / openu; umed) 

ELEMENTS ORGANISED: THE PERIODIC TABLE 

h-c-a 24 minutes 85118 color: $20. 50 

Recounts the development of the periodic table, from Mendeleyev's version to the new 'long form,' 
giving rationales for grouping according to common properties. Demonstrations are frequent 
throughout, and include dissolving a diamond in liquid oxygen. Weaknesses inherent in the old table are 
cited, and viewers are challenged to develop a better arrangement using the distinction metals, 
semi-metals, non-metals, before it is shown how this was done. A 1978 production, (openu; mg) 

EMERGENCY CARE: TO SAVE A LIFE 

j-h-c-a 21 minutes 56593 color:$ 18.50 

A film designed to furnish viewers with a list of correct, quick, informed responses in crisis situations 
— the kind of help that often spells the difference between life and death. Correct techniques are 
described and demonstrated for responses in crises involving highway accident injury, toxic gas 
inhalation, electrical shock, serious burns and cuts, poisoning, choking, and sudden illness. A 1980 
production, (eb) 

[EMERGENCY MEDICAL ASSISTANCE] (LES SECOURS MEDICAUX D'URGENCE) 

c-a 18 minutes %" U-Matic K00018 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $162.00 
Demonstrates the delivery of emergency medical aid in France by SAMU (acronym of the organization). 
Shows the immediate dispatch of a squad whose purpose is to assess the seriousness of the situation, 
the type of aid needed, and to administer first aid. This squad summons the Mobile Intensive Care Unit 
if necessary, or a squad equipped to extract victims trapped in crushed vehicles. Explains what is done 
in cases involving fire, and how they determine the closest hospital facility with room and the proper 
equipment for the types of cases involved. Shows one emergency room dealing with a case for the 
toxicology ward. Touches on the use of helicopters, special cases involving civil security, special 
problems of sporting events and political rallies. Shows the rescue of a skindiver suffering from 
decompression and a mountain rescue. A 1978 production, (jabo) 

EMERGENCY OBSTETRICS 

c-a 21 minutes 56672 color:$16.50 

Each step in the delivery of a baby is shown three times: once in the lecture hall, once in the 
demonstration lab, and once during a live birth. Drawings and animation are used to enhance 
explanations of procedures. For professional training, parent education, and childbirth classes. A 1980 
production, (pyr) 

ENCOUNTER WITH DISASTER 

j-h-c-a 95 minutes 3 reels 77016 mixed: $37. 00 

Collects disaster footage from all over the world, showing major disasters from the 1933 earthquake in 
Southern California to the 1976 collapse of the Teton Dam. Includes the Alaskan earthquake, Hurricane 



Camille, the tornado in Xenia, Ohio, the 1971 volcanic eruption in Sicily, the burning of the Hindenbal 
the accident of the Andrea Dorea, multiple tragedies at the 1973 Indianapolis 500, the explosions a [ 
fires in Texas City in 1947, the high-rise fire in Sao Paolo Brazil in 1974, and the 1956 ditching, ov ), 
the Pacific, of the Honolulu flight "Sovereign of the Skies." A 1979 release, (schsu; lucf) 



THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM (SECOND EDITION) 

j-h-c-a 20 minutes 56927 color: $15, 

Enumerates and shows location, nature, and function of components of the human endocrine syste 
defining necessary vocabulary. Uses animation to illustrate complex interactions and the role 
chemical receptors. Explains ways in which the system contributes to growth, reproduction, metabolt 
and homeostasis. Identifies various hormones including epinephrine and norepinephrine, describing th 
functions and some conditions that result from imbalance. A 1982 production, (eb) 

[ENDOSCOPIC AND MICROSCOPIC ASPECTS OF CIRRHOSIS] (ASPECTS 
ENDOSCOPIQUES ET MICROSCOPIQUES DES CIRRHOSES) 

c-a 29 minutes %" U-Matic K00019 color: $28: 

Cassette Sale: $261. 
Deals with the classification of cirrhosis by etiological factors and the description of the pathogei 
mechanisms involved. Compares (by means of microscopic plates showing cells) the structure 1 
normal and diseased liver tissue. Animation illustrates how arteries, capillaries, veins, and biliary dud 
interact in this critical organ. Shows (both endoscopically and photographically during surgery) part- 
cirrhosis from alcoholism. Examines, microscopically, (with and without staining) tissue thus obtain 
Discusses variant types of cirrhosis (alcoholic, post-hepatitic, and biliary) with their characterisft 
Touches on Wilson's disease (a hereditary defect involving copper metabolism). Instructs on avoid 
confusion with hepatic biliary tuberculosis. Laparoscopic photography and histological appearar 
illustrate cases considered. A 1969 production, (jabo) 

ENERGY: A LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL 

j-h-c-a 31 minutes 84766 color: $21 

Examines energy alternatives and technologies, emphasizing conservation as the cheapest source 
additional supply. Documentary approach looks at possible savings in the areas of transportati- 
housing, industry and commerce; lists six 'new' domestic sources. Intended to motivate conservatior 
individual and community levels. A 1980 production, (capcc; c) 

ENERGY: A QUESTION OF BALANCE 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84775 color: $20' 

Emphasizes the principle of the conservation of energy and shows how it applies in two contrast 
situations of energy transfer: a hydroelectric power station and an electric kettle. Identifies the type] 
energy involved (gravitational, electrical, heat, kinetic) measures them, and shows the measuremej 
to confirm the principle as stated. A 1978 production, (bbc / openu; umed) 

ENERGY: AN INTERNATIONAL CRISIS 

h-c-a 13 minutes 56845 color:$12 

Recaps the history of energy use, encapsulating the problem in the statement: "In the last hund 
years, man has used more energy than in the previous million years." Analyses problems of mod 
society, currently over 50% oil-dependent. Examines how priorities will be set up in emerge 
situations: air traffic, military use, industrial use, agricultural use. Urges conservation and suppor 
alternative energy sources. A 1980 production, (chca; aims) 



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ENERGY AND ROCKETS: EXOTHERMIC REACTION 

h-c 24 minutes 85115 color:$1t 

Juxtaposes live-action photography of reactions at work in rockets, planes and space vehicles with 
equations that express what is happening in chemical terms. Explains that energy is a result of' 
making of chemical bonds, and is expressed in kilojules per mole. Uses archive film to demonstrate' 
nature of the Messerschmidt engine. A 1978 production, (openu; mg) 



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ENERGY CHANGES (CHEM 101) 

18 minutes 



c-a 



CO0 122 



color:$3i 
Cassette Sale: $ 161 
Defines kinetic and potential energy, calorie and joule. Shows how the first law of thermodynar 
allows the calculation of the amounts of heat in chemical reactions. Defines enthalpy, exothermic 
endothermic processes. Demonstrates the use of the symbol of standard enthalpy changi 
calculations involving heat of formation. Shows how to calculate heat of reaction from the heat 
formation. Defines state functions. Demonstrates calculation of the overall enthalpy of the reactio 
sulphur trioxide with water. (Provides discussion break here.) Gives Hess' law of Constant Summalij 
and shows how it applies in calculating the enthalpy cycles of compounds whose heat of forma 
cannot be measured. Ends with a short demonstration of calonmetry. A 1975 production, (ui) 



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ENERGY: CLOSING THE GAP 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84781 color: $2< 

Defines primary, end-use, and functional energy, showing how problems arise because of excessive: 
and waste energy between. Examines ways of reducing these gaps, finding the problem of low the 
efficiency intractable. Defines capital energy sources, income energy sources; reviews factors affei 
the choice between them, demonstrating the inevitability of an eventual turn from capital to inc 
sources. Reviews currently available technology for taking advantage of income sources: solar, oc 
thermal. A 1979 production, (bbc / openu; umed) 



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ENERGY CONVERSION, PRIME MOVERS AND TRANSITIONAL SYSTEMS SERIES 
see: 

BEARINGS 

CHAIN FOR POWER TRANSMISSION AND MATERIAL HANDLING 
FROM MUSCLE TO MACHINE 
GEARS AND GEAR DRIVES 
SHAFTING, COUPLING AND JOINING DEVICES 
V BELTS AND V-BELT DRIVES 
(geop; lucf) 



AN EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: HOPPIE KIRKBR1DE / 27 



EERGY DOES WORK (PHYSICAL SCIENCE LEARNING LAB SERIES) 

14 minutes 56739 color: $13. 50 
lines energy as the ability to do work, and, by illustrating chemical, thermal, electrical, nuclear, 
lant and mechanical energy, seeks to separate the concept from its exclusive connection with fossil 
Is. A 1981 production, (ab) 

EERGY FROM THE SUN (SECOND EDITION) 

18 minutes 56588 color: $16. 50 

koduces aspects of the field of solar energy technology: explains the principles of solar radiation and 
ir collection. Shows flat-plate collectors, focus collectors, photovoltaic cells. Presents the problems 
Rising solar energy and the effort to make it practical and economically competitive. A 1980 
pluction. (eb) 

EERGY: INNOVATIVE ALTERNATIVES 

j-c-a 17 minutes 56842 color:$15.00 

■nines new and promising energy technologies: the Sterling motor, motors for alternative fuels, wind 
|er, research on solar energy and more efficient batteries, a bio-process for preparing wood pulp for 
|>r manufacture, and a new type of turbine with minimal environmental impact. A 1980 production. 
La; aims) 

EIRGY: LESS IS MORE (SECOND EDITION) 

'■c-a 24 minutes 54376 color:$ 18.00 

lores prospects for energy conservation in three areas: transportation, industry, and buildings, 
■tifies areas where energy use is prodigal and recommends remedies. Encourages an awareness of 
■need to conserve in all areas; imparts useful information on ways to do so. A 1980 production. 

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■;RGY- NEW SOURCES (SECOND EDITION) 

- c-a 2 1 minutes 85 1 12 color: $ 16. 50 
■nines solar, geothermal, wind, nuclear fusion and synthetic fuels as most likely alternative energy 

■ ces for the future. Approaches each by questioning cost-effectiveness of gathering and distribution, 
well as environmental impact. A 1980 production, (chu) 

• :RGY SEEKERS 

freral 12 minutes 56616 color:$ 14.00 

■ age from all over the United States and Canada tells the story of future energy, which will come 
4 weeds, trees, rocks, garbage, water, wind and sun. Windmills, giant mirrors, satellites, geothermal 
is are visited. A 1980 production, (cec with aisi; cec) 

1RGY: THE DILEMMA (SECOND EDITION) 

■c-a 22 minutes 54375 color:$17.25 

■rays aspects of the increasing energy demand, together with available finite resources and their 
■ronmental hazards. Reviews the shaping of energy policy and spotlights the dilemmas involved, 
lent and future. A 1980 production, (chu) 

' 1INEERING IN A FORESTRY ENVIRONMENT 

ia 28 minutes 85186 color: $10.00 

fcies forest management as the sustained use and protection of a valuable renewable resource. Tells 

■ consideration is given to finding the best long-range plan for the forest itself, rather than the most 
Ifessive engineering solution. Covers the several types of engineering involved: structural, electrical, 
■jn, water and waste management. Introduces "geometronics," a computerized resource display 
■:m; gives an overall view of the organization and functions of the U.S. Forest Service. A 1982 
iruction. (usda) 

3 LAND 

■c-a 26 minutes H00027VC color: $2 1.50 

fcmmends that you begin your tour in Scotland, and opens in Edinburgh. Narration covers all types 
Importation available, including what to do if you want to take your car with you. A visit to Robert 
"Is cottage and a foxhunt, with hounds, are included. Background music for scenery includes 
•known folk tunes from each section filmed. Prices given, being those of production date, are not 
■1. %" U-Matic videocassette. 75 (?) (bon; heri) 

ILISH AND DUTCH COLONIZATION IN THE NEW WORLD (REVISED) 

15 minutes 5675 1 color:$ 1 1. 75 
jfmparative study of four colonial settlements (Jamestown, Plymouth, Salem and New Amsterdam) 

tines motives for resettlement, methods of community organization, and economic relationships in 
: li America. Explores the beginnings of self-government. A 1980 production, (c) 

JERPRISE SERIES see: 

.BANKRUPT 
'. BOEING VS. THE WORLD: THE JET SET 
iCATFISH FEVER 
THE COLONEL COMES TO JAPAN 

- DOGFIGHT OVER NEW YORK 

fi iFAST HORSE IN A BULL MARKET 
GULLIVER'S NEW TRAVELS 
THE KY0CERA EXPERIMENT 
THE MAKING OF A PACKAGE DEAL 
NOT BY JEANS ALONE 
ONE MAN'S MULTINATIONAL 
START-UP 
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EPILEPSY: FIRST AID FOR SEIZURES 

j-h-c-a 16 minutes 56809 color: $15. 50 

Films several types of grand mal and petit mal seizures, remarking that previously unidentified cases 
are difficult to recognize because there are many different types. Gives instructions for helping victims, 
emphasizing the importance of acceptance and calm. A 1980 production, (urn; cec) 

ERTE 

h-c-a 28 minutes 84724 color: $18.25 

A "life and works" resume of the famous Art Deco designer, narrated partly by the artist himself, partly 
by Diana Vreeland (former editor of Harper's Bazaar), partly by screen star Carmel Myers. Famous in 
Paris for costumes and theater sets, and in America for the covers of Harper's Bazaar, he was invited 
to Hollywood, where he also left his mark. A 1978 production, (sevll; phpr) 

ETERNAL WATER 

j-h-c-a 28 minutes 85044 color:$ 17.25 

Portrays the nature of water as resource, illustrating the many ways in which pollution is preventing its 
cycle of self-renewal. Demand for water is increasing, but supply is fixed: emphasizes the need for 
regulated water usage, conservation and water management. A 1978 production, (ufl; mcfi) 

EUGENIE 

j-h-c-a 16 minutes 56656 color:$15.00 

The mixed and painful emotions of being neither woman nor child are brought to life in the story of this 
twelve-year-old, who lives with her divorced mother and a younger sister. A dramatic study of first 
steps toward sexuality. A 1977 production, (phpr) 

EVALUATING A SMALL BUSINESS (MANAGEMENT CLINIC SERIES) 

c-a 18 minutes 56987 color:$ 16.00 

Lists three ways to get into a small business, examining each in turn: purchase, franchise, 
start-from-scratch. Through one case history, shows what considerations are basic in investigating the 
purchase of an existing business: financial history, market trends, good will, inventory. Lists 
advantages and disadvantages of franchising, starting from scratch. A 1980 production, (fbdb; befi) 

EVERY CHILD (CHAQUE ENFANT) 

general 7 minutes 04985 color: $10. 75 

Takes an oblique approach to the U.N.'s declaration, "Every child has the right to a name and a 
nationality" by satirical animation of the many situations into which a baby found on the doorstep will 
not fit. An Academy Award nominee. A 1979 production, (nfbc) 

EVERYDAY MIRACLE: BIRTH 

h-c-a 30 minutes 85024 color:$ 19.75 

Follows (with microphotography showing the living embryo) the development of a human baby from 
conception to birth. A 1980 production, (bbc; fi) 

AN EVOLUTIONARY MODEL (HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS) 

c-a 20 minutes 85134 color: $20. 50 

Gives an overview of the course, including excerpts from other lectures in the series, considering the 
development of mathematics in terms of cultural stresses, which sometimes encouraged, sometimes 
delayed it. Chief early stress was often in terms of the symbol system: shows this in Egyptian, 
Babylonian, and Greek mathematics. Traces the diffusion of Greek and Hindu ideas into Moslem culture, 
adding contributions of the Moslems, whose 9th century author left his name in the word 'algorithm' 
and the name of his book in the word 'algebra.' Chief contribution of the 17th century was the 
invention of calculus, under external stess from the physical sciences, which were needing and using 
more complex mathematics. Lack of a proper definition of real numbers was a hindrance. Lists 
favorable and unfavorable climates in later centuries, including resistance to the idea that space can be 
other than Euclidian. A 1976 production, (openu; mg) 

AN EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: DEBRA SANDERSON 

h-c-a 30 minutes C84974 color:$16.75 

Cassette sale: $450. 00 
Autistic Debra screamed for two years before lapsing into her silence: no one could find anything that 
would help. When she was nine, her parents consulted controversial British specialist Dr. Geoffrey 
Waldon, whose methods are shown, along with the significant progress produced by two years of 
treatment. A 3 /<" U-Matic Videocassette. A 1980 production, (thtv; bon) 



AN EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: GRAHAME BURKE 

30 minutes 



c-a 



C84975 



color:$ 16.75 
Cassette sale:$450.00 
Recounts the frustrations of trying to deal in a normal school situation with a child who first read at 
age two, and who, at age 4, was reading at the level of age 10. Subtle changes in his attitude when he 
started school led his parents to fear he was being regressed by the system. School officials insist that 
he is properly placed because he does not have drawing skills above his age level; teachers leave him 
out of recitations because he knows all the answers. For several years the Burkes have sought, but not 
yet found, better solutions. 3 A" U-Matic Videocassette. A 1930 production, (thtv; bon) 

AN EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: HOPPIE KIRKBRIDE 

c-a 30 minutes C84976 color:$16.75 

Cassette sale: $450.00 
Examines the philosophy of an unusual family which is rearing its children without formal schooling. 
Focuses on Hoppie, the youngest, called by his father "the wisest and most creative human being I 
have ever known." The father explains that he feels there is an unreality about school that is a step 
away from life. The children explain what they would like to do and to become. %" U-Matic 
Videocassette. A 1980 production, (thtv; bon) 



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AN EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: INGA DAVIS 

c-a 30 minutes C84977 color: $16. 75 

Cassette sale: $450.00 
Follows typical daily activities ot music prodigy Inga Davis, who showed such intense interest and 
remarkable ability in piano, violin and dance that her mother arranged to have her tutored in school 
subjects to free more time for music activities. Shows Inga with her music teacher and with her family, 
which includes an older sister. %" U-Matic Videocassette. A 1980 production, (thtv; bon) 



AN EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: LAURIE SUMMERS 

c-a 30 minutes 



C84978 



color:$16.75 
Cassette sale: $450. 00 
Summarizes the experiences of the Summers family in learning and applying the Suzuki method of 
teaching violin to their son Laurie at age 2%. Distinctive to the method is that the mother learns with 
and a little ahead of the child, and is closely involved in all aspects of the project. Shows Laurie's 
development over a two-year period and gives the mother's evaluation of the experience. V U-Matic 
Videocassette. A 1980 production, (thtv; bon) 



AN EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: MARK GOODY 

h-c-a 30 minutes 



C84979 



color:$16.75 
Cassette Sale: $450. 00 
Exceptional in the sense in which the British use the term, Mark Goody was London Schoolboy Judo 
Champ at the age of fourteen. Shows Mark and his family, bringing out some of the special differences 
that the preoccupation with this skill has meant in their lives. V U-Matic Videocassette. A 1980 
production, (thtv; bon) 



AN EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: NIGEL SHORT 

c-a 30 minutes 



C84980 



color:$16.75 
Cassette Sale: $450. 00 
Youngest ever to become an International Chess Master, Nigel Short was already able to win over his 
father when he was six. Now, as a teenager, he has won a scholarship to Bolton. Shows Nigel with his 
family (including two brothers) and tells some of the ways chess has affected family life. W' U-Matic 
Videocassette. A 1980 production, (thtv; bon) 

EXERCISES FOR ANYONE, ANYWHERE, ANYTIME 

j-h-c-a 16 minutes 56844 color:$ 14.75 

Describes and illustrates fifty simple sets of isometric exercises, many of which can be done in an 
office environment, and all of which can be done without special equipment and without much time. 
Delineates the benefits of such a program. A 1980 production, (jrp / chca; aims) 

EXIT 10 

h-c-a 36 minutes 90359 color: $20.00 

An easy conversation with a hitchhiker whom he lets out at Exit 10, a conversation in which a young 
lawyer describes his happiness, is prelude to a discovery that all is not as well as he thought. Adapted 
from "Bliss," a short story by Kathenne Mansfield. A 1979 production, (phpr) 

EXPLORATION OF MARS 

general 15 minutes 56826 color: $14. 25 

Uses photographs from Mariner and Viking (NASA) spacecraft, and animation, to characterize the 
universe as it is seen by contemporary researchers. Summarizes the geological history of the planet as 
revealed by its exploration in recent years. Best Education Film, Columbus Film Festival; Best Science 
Film, National Educational Film Festival, Blue Ribbon, American Film Festival. A 1980 production, 
(benf) 

[EXPLORATION OF THE SYNOVIUM] (EXPLORATION DE LA SYNOVIALE) 

c-a 25 minutes %" U-Matic K00020 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $225.00 
Gives procedures for obtaining fluid samples from body joints and for examining them in the laboratory. 
Lists microcrystals, giving density counts for normal, arthrosis, and inflammatory states. Demonstrates 
the performance of a nonsurgical biopsy, giving its several advantages. Cinemicrophotographs compare 
tissue appearance for various pathological conditions: rheumatism, hypertrophy, calcium deposit, gout. 
The vicious circle of cell interaction which causes gout is described, and an ameliorative treatment with 
colchicm explained. Interior of a diseased joint is shown with arthroscopy. Demonstrates measurement 
of the degree of inflammation with injection of gamma tracer. Discusses use of immunosuppressants, 
surgical intervention, radioactive isotopes. A 1970 production, (jabo) 

EXPLORING THE TREATMENT OF ALCOHOLISM 

c-a 27 minutes 81738 b&w:$ 10.00 

Presents types of therapy offered patients at a state hospital unit for alcoholism: relaxation, guided 
daydreaming, confrontation, nonverbal communication, behavior modification through reinforcement 
techniques, and group therapy. Shows activities designed to help the alcoholic improve his self-image, 
get a job, and assist in community education programs for others. A 1969 production, (wwmp; apa) 

EXPLOSIONS IN THE MIND 

h-c-a 50 minutes 2 reels 70560 color: $27. 25 

Defines "stroke" and gives some of its characteristics, in physical terms and in statistical averages. 
Twelve of every 250 people will have a stroke prior to age 70. Of these, six will die within a month. Of 
the other six, two will be bedridden, four will recover to varying degrees. Uses computerized 
color-scanner pictures to show the normal blood flow to the brain: one liter per minute. Shows use of 
radioactive tracers to locate blockage. Identifies areas used by brain for vision, movement control, 
language analysis, voice control. Examines some individual stroke cases. A 1978 production, (bbc; fi) 

[EXTENDED HEPATECTOMY AND HEPATIC REGENERATION] (HEPATECTOMIE 
ELARGIE ET REGENERATION HEPATIQUE) 

c-a 17 minutes U" U-Matic K00021 color: $28. OO 

Cassette Sale: $153.00 
Discusses the remarkable regenerative capacity of hepatic tissue, whose DNA synthesis during 



regeneration has been observed to reach fifty times normal level. This means as much as 80% of rj *<> 
liver can be removed if necessary. Demonstrates procedures for bloodless liver surgery (by means (L 
hypothermic perfusion) showing a total right lobectomy. Discusses the nutritive technique for thL 
regenerative period. Shows diagnostic scans of several cases involving cancer. A 1976 productioiji 
(jabo) L 

[THE EYE AND HYPERSENSITIVITY] (L'OEIL ET L'HYPERSENSIBILITE) 

c-a 23 minutes %" U-Matic K00022 color:$28.(\% 

Cassette Sale: $207.(1 
Discusses types of hypersensitivity identifiable in immunopathology of the eye. Diagrams and revieiL 
anatomy of the eye, and shows abnormal conditions such as carotids from a candiden allerg.L 
conjunctivitis, eczema, microbial and fungal infections, showing how the eye's irrigation networfll 
primarily affected. Distinguishes immediate, delayed, and semi-delayed types of hypersensitivity, as wi JJ. 
as those which seem to have abated and then recur. Covers diagnostic procedure and examination m 
explaining the mechanism of certain irritations by means of animation. Discusses desensitization; lis i* 
causes of iritis. Explains how to determine antibody/globulin ratio; reviews results of some signific*fj 
experiments with animals. A 1974 production, (jabo) 

EYE EMERGENCY 

h-c-a 23 minutes 84717 color: $17JW 

Structure and protection of the eye, prevention and care of eye accidents, rules for emergencies a Z> 
covered. Includes an interview with a worker who lost his sight through an eye accident. A 19/ 
production, (shera; pyr) 

EYE ON THE MEDIA: BUSINESS AND THE PRESS 

j-h-c-a 49 minutes %" U-Matic C90395 color:$23.\H 

Recaps a lively discussion among four representatives of major network newscasts (including Di[P 
Rather), four leading officers of major corporations (including Standard Oil), editors oi t» 
newspapers (including the Wall Street Journal) and two lawyers, regarding the existing aeP 
theoretically appropriate relationships between business and the press, with particular regard tot I 
handling of potentially damaging information. Edited from a nine-hour dialog moderated by Harvard I; 1 1 
professor Charles Nesson. A 1982 production, (cbs; cal) 

EYES: SEEING THE LIGHT 

/-/ 16 minutes 56808 color: $15.1 

Diagrams, animates and photographs the human eye, showing its structure and functions. Reviews t >' * 
role of various parts: eyebrow, lid, lashes, tears, and the S'x muscles that control movement. Identif .:; 
sclera, retina, vitreous humor, cornea, aqueous humor, choroid, iris, pupil, lens, ciliary muscle, rot T" 
cones, and optic nerve. Explains nearsightedness and farsightedness in animated sequencePlI 
Recommends safety procedures to help avoid eye injury. A 1981 production, (cec) 

THE FABRIC OF THE ATOM, AN INTRODUCTION TO QUANTUM MECHANICS, 3: jfc 
QUANTUM OF ACTION 

c-a 30 minutes 84631 b& w:$14M\ 

Professor Philip Morrison lectures on the relationship of classical to quantum physics: the meaning c U 
application of Planck's constant, the characteristic energy graph of an element and its relationship jL 
the capability of spectrographs analysis of elements, the relation of energy to frequency, and I L 
derivation of formulae for mathematical representations of the phenomena involved. Demonstrate fc, 
accompany the lecture, (bbc; tlf) 



THE FACTS OF LIFE (WERE YOU THERE SERIES) 

h-c-a 28 minutes 85007 color:$22 

Sketches the biography and personality of blues musician Willie Dixon, composer, producer a 
performer of some 700 blues songs. Uses on-site footage from the rural Alabama of his origins { 
from Chicago, including a performance by his band. Title is based on a statement by Dixon, "The bit 
are about the facts of life." From a biographic series on famous Black Americans subtitled "A Se 
Scrapbook." A 1981 production, (ngsa; befi) 



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FAERIES 

k-p-i 25 minutes 84763 *color:$17 

Animation vivifies a typical old Celtic tale of a young hunter who is chosen by a fairy princess to t 
save the kingdom of the faeries from the "Shadow." Patterned after the book edited and designed 
David Larkm. Film design, Alan Aldndge. A 1981 production, (toen; pyr) 



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FAIRY PENGUINS 

general 12 minutes 57074 color:$12 

Introduces the smallest of the world's penguins in his southern ocean habitat. Shows sandhill ; 
coastal rookeries around Australia and New Zealand. Covers food-gathering, nesting, and greet 
rituals. Lists environmental hazards. A 1976 production, (ema/ ffco) 



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FALL LINE 

j-h-c-a 12 minutes 56745 color:$1t 

A study of the sport of "extreme skiing," which combines the skills of mountain climbing with sk 
unexplored slopes. The adventure is brought to the camera by climber-skiier Steve Shea. A 1! 
production, (spoi; pyr) 



THE FALLEN IDOL 

general 96 minutes 2 reels 98967 b&w:$2i 

Master Phillip, small son of an ambassador, becomes deeply embroiled in a mystery, almost causing 
friend the butler to be blamed. Stars Ralph Richardson, Michele Morgan, Bobby Henrey. Based on 
short story, "The Basement Room," by Graham Greene. A 1948 production. (Ifpl; fest) 



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FAMILES: EARNING AND SPENDING 

p-i 15 minutes 57052 color:$U ■ 

Youthful narrators from three countries (the United States, Mexico, and Japan) recount typi ^ , 

experiences of their families in earning and spending money. In San Francisco, both of Stephm * 



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rents work, while he and his two brothers attend school, and typical spending consists of buying 
oes or washing the car. In Yajalon, on Mexico's lower peninsula, Candida Mazanego's entire family 
rks on grandfather's coffee plantation, and spends earnings on cookware or cloth to make clothing. 
a Tokyo suburb, Hiroyuki explains that his father is the sole wage earner and a professional chemist, 
oyuki, his mother and sister buy train tickets for a shopping trip to the city, where he chooses a 
ok for himself. A 1976 production, (chu) 



IMILES: HELPING OUT 

15 minutes 57043 color:$13.25 

;sents a cross-cultural comparison of responsibilities of children in the age group of the target 
.IJience. Countries represented are the United States, Mexico and Japan. Good discussion-starter for 
idance in dealing with sibling relationships. A 1976 production, (chu) 

LMILIES: WILL THEY SURVIVE? 

■h 23 minutes 84847 color:$15.50 

Iman family life is compared and contrasted with family life in other species: wildebeeste, lion, bear, 

- mkey. Examines the data gathered in substitute parenting experiments with monkeys: human parents, 
Ith dolls, wire dolls. Concludes that the family will survive because its purpose is a necessary and 

: gmanent one. A 1977 production, (eb) 

-FAMILY OF WINNERS 

c-a 25 minutes 85158 color: $16. 75 

-fctudy of overemphasis on winning constructs the rationale of what becomes a teen suicide. The 
lier of two sons is an obsessively competitive, "winning-is-everything" personality. His elder son has 
maged to fit this framework, while the younger struggles hopelessly, and finally breaks under the 
•Lin. A 1979 production, (paul) 



IMOUS ADVENTURES OF MR. MAGOO SERIES 

j CAPTAIN KIDD 
I KING ARTHUR 

NOAH'S ARK 
I PAUL REVERE 
j PAUL REVERE 

RIP VAN WINKLE 
i WILLIAM TELL 
i(upap; mcfi) 



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FNTASY FLING 

>a 28 minutes 84695 color:$20.00 

'Iresentation of the world of Disco dancing, its practice and its practitioners, its environments and 
|;tyles. A 1979 production, (phpr) 

FNTASY IN ROCK 

-a 28 minutes 85203 color:$17.25 

Pushes views of the ruins of Cappadocia, giving some historical perspective on the dwellings carved 
the unusual volcanic deposits. Religious flavor of the history is strong; most of the art shown is 
riorating church frescoes. Churches, like dwellings, were carved into existing rock formations. A 
3 production, (tcul) 



M IMPLEMENT SAFETY 

■a 20 minutes 56816 color:$ 14.00 

merates types of injury and types of equipment usually responsible, recommending safety 

autions. Interviews with accident victims and explicit photographs of torn limbs emphasize results 

jnoring known methods for avoiding accident. Discusses methods with combines, tractors, augers, 

ihers, etc. A 1976 production, (bort; aol) 






I! HCRSE IN A BULL MARKET (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

a 29 minutes 85150 color:$38.00 

W U-Matic C85150 color:$38.00 

ows horse-breeder Tom Gentry through an attempt to double his money in the purchase and sale of 
ly. Though from two excellent bloodlines, she develops an ankle problem. Shows treatment, 
otional efforts including the making of television tapes, and finally the auction. Summarizes the 
lopment of the horses-as-investment phenomenon. A 1981 production, (wgbh; lea) 



FASTEST ANIMAL ON EARTH 

9 minutes 05058 color:$ 11.00 

rays the orphaning and capture of a cheetah cub. Describes habits and characteristics of, as well 
hreats to, the species. Mentions significance of the cheetah in the art and histories of some 
jres. (The name is Hindustani for "spotted one.") The orphaned cub is placed in a zoo. A 1979 
uction. (alf; ffco) 



: FAT FILM 

c-a 12 minutes 56651 color: $13.00 

has intelligence, a good job, lots of friends, and potential good looks that are threatened by an 
ssion with food. Shows her resolution and the beginning of a campaign to diet, brought to naught 
n invitation to Atlantic City, where await salt water taffy and fifty varieties of fudge. Done with a 
touch, and a new resolve for "next time..." A 1979 production, (phpr) 



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IN THE FIRE 

■a 50 minutes 2 reels 70568 color: $27.25 

marizes the nutritional research that led to the discovery of the fat-burning role of brown adipose 
ie in the human body. Emphasizes the recently discovered metabolic factor in obesity — holds 

: "«! hope of developing a safe thermogenetic drug to stimulate the metabolic dissolution of fat. 

in:! nstructs experiments, shows results with infra-red thermography. A 1979 production, (bbc; fi) 



FATAL COMPROMISE 

general 3 minutes 04928 color: $11.00 

A sociable porcupine who loves to dance is frustrated because no one will dance with him. An 
enterprising 'fat cat' persuades him to get a 'haircut' in exchange for a dance — then makes a meal of 
him. Animated. A 1980 production, (phpr) 

FATHER AND SON SERIES 

Delighful wordless sitcom in the older style of the 'visual gag' follows a large, 
mustachio-ed serious Father and his mischievous, appealing, gamin of a Son, 
who appears to be about eight years old, through a series of misadventures 
and makeups which evoke warm laughter. Filmed in Germany. U.S. release 
date, 1983. (tcul) 

FATHER AND SON: HOMEWORK 

general 4 minutes 05069 color: $10. 00 

When Son cons Father into helping him with his math homework, Father hadn't counted on going back 
to school... Filmed in Germany. U.S. release date 1983. (tcul) 

FATHER AND SON: THAT'S MY DAD! 

general 4 minutes 05074 color: $10. 00 

Father and Son seek a quiet place in the park to play ball. Intrusions of a neighbor and of a lady with 
her poodle are handled by Father with humor and dispatch. Filmed in Germany. U.S. release date, 1983. 
(tcul) 

FATHER AND SON: THE BROKEN GLASS 

general 8 minutes 05070 color:$ 10.00 

Son, playing with a ruler as a lever for shooting projectiles, accidentally breaks the full-length mirror. 
His efforts to disguise the fact escalate the problem; Father finally breaks something else. Filmed in 
Germany. U.S. release date, 1983. (tcul) 

FATHER AND SON: THE GOOD SAMARITAN 

general 3 minutes 05071 color: $10.00 

Father and Son, on a hike along the river, meet an old man pulling a heavy load on a cart. When they 
decide to help by pushing, the man takes unfair advantage of their good nature and sneaks a ride. Later 
he wishes he hadn't. Filmed in Germany. U.S. release date, 1983. (tcul) 

FATHER AND SON: THE PHANTOM OF THE PARK 

general 4 minutes 05076 color:$ 10.00 

Father, walking in the park, is puzzled by the fact that so many people pass him, running in the other 
direction. Finally he meets the apparition which has frightened them— an enormous, gliding, ghostly 
figure. A low-hanging tree limb snares the costume and reveals Son on a scooter. Filmed in Germany. 
U.S. release date, 1983. (tcul) 

FATHER AND SON: THE PIANO LESSON 

general 4 minutes 05075 color:$ 10.00 

When small boys are bored with practicing piano, there is no end to the ingenious ways they can devise 
for getting out of it. Son finds a way to get out of it permanently. Filmed in Germany. U.S. release date, 
1983 (tcul) 

FATHER AND SON: THE PIGGY BANK 

general 4 minutes 05072 color:$ 10.00 

Son, at the candy jar, spies the Piggy Bank on a shelf nearby and decides to go shopping. Father, 
finding his coin purse empty, also thinks of the Piggy Bank, only to find that someone has been there 
first. A wise investment on Son's part saves the day. Filmed in Germany. U.S. release date, 1983 
(tcul) 

FATHER AND SON: THE SLEEPWALKER 

general 4 minutes 05073 color:$ 10.00 

Father takes advantage of Son's bedtime to do some typing, but is interrupted by a 'sleepwalker' who 
knows exactly where the candy jar is. Filmed in Germany. U.S. release date, 1983. (tcul) 

FATHER AND SON: THE WRONG TARGET 

general 4 minutes 05077 color:$ 10.00 

Son, practicing archery, accidentally fastens the cup of a rubber arrow on the bald pate of the next 
door neighbor. Father, uncertain wfiether to defend him, accidentally uproots the tree around which he 
has been spading, and finds the problem solved as accidentally as it arose. Filmed in Germany. U.S. 
release date, 1983. (tcul) 

FATHERS 

j-h-c-a 23 minutes 56791 color:$17.50 
Examines, through cases histories, three styles of fathering. Shows how one father changes his career 
to overcome his "absentee" style, which he felt cheated himself and his family. Another struggles with 
a belated sense of responsibility and with his military / authoritarian tendencies. A third takes the 
prime share of responsibility for care of the baby, and seems to enjoy it greatly. A 1980 production. 
(chu) 

FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA 

h-c-a 60 minutes 2 reels 70608 color:$33.00 

Summarizes the biography of this great poet and dramatist, tragically murdered in the course of 
political developments accompanying the Spanish Civil War. Uses memorabilia made available by 
Lorca's family. Interviews Nobel-prize-wmning poet Vicente Alexandre, one of Lorca's literary friends. 
Reviews Lorca's published works and features some readings from his poetry. English narration, with 
English subtitles for Spanish readings. A 1978 production, (ffth) 



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FEEDING SKILLS: YOUR BABY'S EARLY YEARS 

h-c-a 25 minutes 85110 color:$ 17.50 

Explains what skills are appropriate for each stage in infant development, in handling food. Points out 
physical developments which must occur before each skill can be acquired. Gives hints for helping the 
child acquire appropriate skills for his level. A 1981 production, (chu) 

THE FIBERGLASS CHAIRS 

general 9 minutes 04977 color:$ 10.25 

Montage artistry typical of Charles and Ray Eames re-creates the industrial process of designing, 
molding, baking and upholstering fiberglass chairs. Goes beyond the industrial process to communicate 
the aesthetic. Musical background. No narration. A 1970 production, (ere; pyr) 

THE FIFTY-FIRST MINUTE 

c-a 30 minutes W U-Matic C00013 color:$ 10.00 

Presents results of a unique experiment in foster family care for acute psychiatric patients. Southwest 
Denver has successfully carried out such a program; this documentary introduces the network of 
families who began by providing 24-hour foster care to some patients, who were able subsequently to 
go on to other forms of community living. A 1980 production, (sdcmh; apa) 



FIRST AND LAST 

h-c-a 19 minutes 



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THE FIGHT FOR A SHELTER 

h-c-a 25 minutes 



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color: $2 1.25 
Film sale:$375.00 
Cassette sale: $225. 00 
Looks at positive aspects of spontaneous settlements, showing the strong sense of community 
participation — people help each other, find work, improve homes, and gradually acquire the social and 
technical services ihey need. Such communities often seem better off than official low-cost housing 
developments planned without consulting the people they are intended for. A 1976 production, (unchs; 
ui) 

A FIGHT FOR BREATH: EMPHYSEMA 

j-h-c-a 13 minutes 56534 color:$13.50 

Describes the dangers of habitual cigarette smoking — it can lead to the familar 'smoker's cough,' 
bronchitis, and emphysema. Animation and cross-sectional models contrast healthy and diseased lung 
tissue. Shows how lungs gradually lose their resiliency. Observes that early stages of many obstructive 
lung diseases can be arrested and even reversed by giving up smoking soon enough. Also known by the 
title SMOKING / EMPHYSEMA; A FIGHT FOR BREATH. A 1974 production, (nfbc; crm / megh) 

THE FIGHT TO BE MALE 

h-c-a 50 minutes 2 reels 70558 color: $27. 25 

Provides diagrammatic and model illustrations of how the sex of the fetus is determined in the womb. 
Examines case histories of specific hermaphrodites. Gives the history of one Carribean family where 
four of seven children born apparently female and reared as such changed into males at puberty with 
no apparent personality damage. Defines related problems, describing surgery that is necessary to 
establish definite sexual identity in some cases. Gives frequency statistics. Note: Includes explicit 
photographs of human genitalia. A 1979 production, (bbc; fi) 

FINAL OFFENSIVE (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 24) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84959 mixed:$ 19.00 

Film sale: $495.00 
Recounts the tragic end of the South Vietnamese society after the withdrawal of America. Three million 
refugees flee before the northern armored infantry: only one in four reaches the coast. The only special 
American aid plan is "Operation Babylift," the transfer of 2000 orphans to the U.S. Viet Nam's 
President Thieu tells the story of the end, voicing his lasting bitterness: "They abandoned us." A 1980 
production, (itl / cineq; bon) 

FINANCING A SMALL BUSINESS (MANAGEMENT CLINIC SERIES) 

c-a 17 minutes 56988 color: $ 16.00 

Asks and answers three basic questions: 1) Under what circumstances is financing necessary? 2) How 
do you select the best kind of financing for your situation? 3) Where do you go for the money? 
Studies, through case histories, two possibilities. A 1981 production, (fbdb; befi) 

FIRE IN THE WATER 

j-h-c-a 50 minutes 90363 color: $26. 25 

Explores potentials for the use of hydrogen as a future source of power. Principal advantages are 
avilability and cleanliness. Principal disadvantages are expense and the explosive nature of hydrogen. 
Shows and explains hydrogen-powered vehicles, use of hydrogen in space travel, fusion. Shows 
experimental sites. A 1979 production, (kmgh; crm) 

FIREPOWER (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 11) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84946 mixed: $19.00 

Film sale: $495.00 
Studies U.S. military operations, tactics, and equipment at the period of maximum troop involvement, 
focusing on the role of the helicopter. Individual U.S. soldiers, in interviews, describe the nature of their 
experiences. Lists and describes the maior pieces of military striking equipment, with their capabilities, 
for both sides. Communists raided to obtain American weapons, studied their construction and made 
new ones from parts; they dismantled shells which failed to explode, and stolen shells, cutting them up 
to make road mines. U.S. expenditures at this point exceeded normal defense costs by $110 billion: at 
$44.00 a shell, half a million a day went to Artillery alone. A 1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 

FIRST AID ON THE SPOT (FOURTH EDITION) 

h-c-a 9 minutes 40300 color:$12.50 

A series of short dramatizations illustrates what should be done in some common situations involving 
injury: cuts, burns, broken bones and poisoning. Gives simple first aid techniques, distinguishes 
between minor and serious injuries, gives instructions for seeking professional help when needed A 
1980 production (eb) 



color: $1 8.1 m 
Film sale: $285. iL- 
Cassette sale:$ 1 75a m 
Analyzes how steady migration from the interior of Papua New Guinea by boat and plane has creahP 
haphazard development and shanty towns in the capital, Port Moresby. Government is redevelopiriP' 
rural areas but accepts urban migration. Housing Commission officials, acting as social workers arP 
technical advisers, help resettle migrants. Families can build their own houses, with 20 years tenur P> 
The film shows site preparation, road building, latrine digging, water installation, and drainage of w 
malarial swamp, with emphasis on manpower, not mechanization. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

FIRST ENCOUNTERS: A RUSSIAN JOURNAL 

i-j 18 minutes 56825 color:$15..jL 

Informal filming of Russian people produces a low-key, unofficial documentary of ordinary life in Russf 
— on the streets and subways, in the homes and churches, in the countryside. Kindergarten, beacfj' 
synagogue and circus visits precede a fete in the city park where Russian teenagers dance to EW 
Fitzgerald's "Misty." A 1978 production. (Ism; benf) 

[FIRST EXCHANGES BETWEEN INFANTS] (PREMIERS ECHANGES ENTRE 
NOURRISSONS) 

c-a 19 minutes %" U-Matic K00023 color:$28.JL 

Cassette sale: $171.:M 
Designed to study pre-verbal behavior patterns in children three to twelve months of age. Films a gro> | 
in a nursery school, while a narrator comments on the nature of exploratory contacts, the appearan L 
of mimicry, preferences and fascinations, exchanges, and expressions of aggression and affection.! 
1977 production, (jabo) 

FIRST FRIENDS 

c-a 22 minutes 55025 color:$10. 1 

Records beginning types of socialization among preschool children: play, affection, and aggressivenei-fc 
Portraits of individual children and their style of interacting with their peers give an idea of differi m\ 
types of expressions in the social behavior of this age group. A 1973 production, (mhfb; apa) 

FLIGHT OF THE DOUBLE EAGLE II 

h-c-a 24 minutes 84925 color:$17:f& 

Follows, with the camera, the daily life of the three-man crew who made the first Atlantic crossing | 
helium balloon, in 1978. They took off from Presque Isle, Maine, landing at Miseray, France aft' 
several near mishaps and a constant struggle with wind and weather. Produced by ABC for ff 
American Sportsman Series. A 1978 production, (abc) 

THE FLY 

general 3 minutes 04967 color:$10. 

A fly's experience, from his own point of view, of a brief and buzzy life. Animation in sepiatone fr< 
Pannonia in Budapest. Natural sounds. A 1980 production, (hfi / pannf; pers) 

THE FLYING MACHINE 

j-h-c 16 minutes 57106 color:$15: 

Cameo performance of a science fiction fantasy by Ray Bradbury, set in China in the 12th century, 
peasant invents a flying machine, in which he flies. The emperor, terrified by its implications as he se 
them, has the peasant put to death, saying, "What is one life against millions of others?". A 19 
production, (bsel; ab) 



[FOCUS ON THE FIFTIES] 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 70556 mixed $28. 

Summarizes highlights of the decade: the cold war and the French in Indo-China; what lifestyle chanf 
in America manifested themselves in cars, suburbs, shopping centers and houses* who was who in I 
world of sports; celebrities from Macarthur to Christine Jorgenson; how America entertained itself; a 
what its scientists were learning. Assembled in 1981 from historical footage, (abc) 



FOCUS ON THE LAST HUNDRED YEARS see: 

[FOCUS ON THE FIFTIES] 
[FOCUS ON THE FORTIES] 
[FOCUS ON THE SIXTIES, 1960-1964] 
[FOCUS ON THE SIXTIES, 1965-1969] 
[FOCUS ON THE THIRTIES] 
[FOCUS ON THE TWENTIES] 
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[FOCUS ON THE FORTIES] 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 70538 color:$28. 

Shows how Americans were living just before the second World War, and how that war changed th f 
lives: penny loafers, zoot suits and bobby sox give way to uniforms: the Andrews sisters sang, mo f 
stars urged people to buy war bonds. Historical footage includes coverage of the role and the populai J>'. 
of Eisenhower. A 1981 production, (abc) 

[FOCUS ON THE SIXTIES, 1960-1964] 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 70576 color:$28 1 

Covers Nixon and Kennedy presidencies, with principal events and attitudes. Sports and Games sect \ ■;■••: 
includes Kennedy's "fitness" emphasis and its impact, Cassius Clay, the surfing craze, events in ai | 
racing, baseball, football, basketball, golf and winter sports. Focus on People section includes foot; j 
of the Kennedy funeral, Klansmen and civil rights issues, Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, Hitchcocj 
PSYCHO, Mary Poppms and the Beatles. Science and Technology section covers space explorat'' 
events. Lifestyle section contrasts the impact of Jackie Kennedy with the later increase in graft, swin I 
and delinquency. A 1982 production, (abc) 



FRANCE IN VIET NAM (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 2) / 31 



lOCUS ON THE SIXTIES, 1965-1969] 

c-a 58 minutes 70577 color:$28.00 

Immarizes political events of the Johnson and Nixon presidencies with particular emphasis on the Viet 
llm War and its ramifications. Sports and Games section includes Mohammed All, the Mexico City 
■mpics controversy, Joe Namath, Peggy Fleming, baseball. Events section covers civil rights, the 
wture of the Pueblo, congressional hearings on television violence. Entertainment section reviews the 
fcline of Hollywood, the rise of foreign film popularity, changes in music (Beatles, Rock). Science and 
f:hnology section covers the New York blackout, the early safety-testing of autos, Hurricane Camille, 

■ather satellites, the June '65 space walk, and the July '69 moon landing. Lifestyles section covers the 
Iper incident in Austin, Texas, the increasing availabhty of mood altering drugs, "Hippies," the 
fiularity of eastern religions, the Woodstock 'rock festival,' the mini-skirt, the impact of The Feminine 
ustiqve. Catalog subtitle: THE ANGRY YEARS. A 1982 production, (abc) 

!OCUS ON THE THIRTIES] 

c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 70537 color:$28.50 

Inews the events, conditions and people who formed the spirit of the U.S. during the decade of the 
Irties. Divided into five sections, dealing with how we lived, people, entertainment, science and 
ethnology, and lifestyles. Covers sports and games including the Berlin Olympics, the development of 
rrait and the construction of skyscrapers, the popularity of Roosevelt, Will Rogers, Amos & Andy, 
Ijar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, Cugat, Ellington, Armstrong and Goodman, and the fad for flagpole 
fting. A 1981 production, (abc) 

foCUS ON THE TWENTIES] 

c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 70565 mixed:$28.00 

ins with footage showing celebration of the end of World War I. Covers Harding, Coolidge, Hoover 

Ininistrations. Points out prevalence of xenophobia in U.S., citing some causes. Section on How We 

3d covers population distribution, impact of the auto, "business as religion,'' chain stores, women 

the vote, magazines. Section on Sports and Games summarizes America's recreational tastes of the 

(by income bracket); hits principal highlights of sports accomplishment: Johnny Weismuller, 

; trude Ederle, Red Grange, Babe Ruth. Focus on People section includes Henry Ford, Coolidge, 

'>•' clair Lewis and other literary figures, Amelia Earhart, famous visitors from abroad such as George 

ii nard Shaw. Section on Entertainment includes a short history of radio, Hollywood, and Detroit; the 

jval of airmail service and the first experimental television broadcast. Lifestyles section reviews the 

- r age, flappers, the first Miss America pageant, the birth of suburbia. A 1982 production, (abc) 



FONTANA DE ORO 

■-a 60 minutes 2 reels 70615 color: $33.00 

:es this novel in the scope of Galdos' long and distinguished literary career, explaining historical and 
rary background. Dramatization features period settings and costumes, with plot of romance 
atened by Liberal-Royalist political conflict. Introduction and commentary by Don Alonso Zamora 
- snte of the Spanish Royal Academy. Spanish of upper intermediate to advanced difficulty. A Spanish 
ivision production, U.S. release date, 1980. (tvesp; ffth) 



FDD AND LIFE SERIES see: 

\ FOOD FOR LIFE [SECOND EDITION] 
.J.wex for dec) 



FDD CHAINS: A BOND OF LIFE 

16 minutes 56783 color:$ 14.50 

neates the energy transformation links in the food chain, beginning with the basic sunlight-plant 
Diagrams relationship of links as a pyramid, shows how multiple interaction and interdependence 
ite a "food web." Locates four levels: level one is the plant base (plants are the only producers), 
remaining three consumer levels are shared by herbivores, carnivores and omnivores. Man is 
ue in being able to vary, control and choose the sources of his energy intake. A 1981 production. 



3D FOR LIFE [SECOND EDITION] (FOOD AND LIFE SERIES) 

22 minutes 52896 color: $17. 50 

trasts the food choices available to four teenagers — a girl from India and a boy from Colombia are 
ms of their food supply and do not have it in their power to change their diet as easily as the boy 
girl living in America. Contains advice on how to evaluate and modify food selections making 
itionally sound food choices. A 1978 production, (wex; pered) 



F3D FOR THOUGHT: BREADS AND CEREALS 

10 minutes 05028 color: $12.00 

fcodes myths about bread, setting forth nutritive facts. Delineates processes that precede (from field 
table) distinguishing hard from soft wheat, stone from roller milling, white from whole flour. Lists 
•r grains used in breads and cereals, shows products. Uses the plot-frame of a teen couple shopping 
i« bakery — ends with an ethnically mixed group picnic. A 1982 production, (afltd; bed) 



3D FOR THOUGHT: FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 

9 minutes 05030 color:$ 1 1. 75 

the plot-frame of an invitation to a corn roast at a market farm to examine food values of 
lucts grown and served there. Examines growing and processing methods for specific vegetables, 
their most valuable nutritive contribution to human diet. A 1982 production, (afltd; bed) 



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3D FOR THOUGHT: MEAT AND MEAT ALTERNATES 

11 minutes 05029 color: $12. 00 

to shop for and select food for the class barbecue, John and Susan are taken under the advisory 
of the local grocer, who teaches them how meats are processed, what the characteristics of the 
ius cuts and kinds are, and their nutritive value. They also learn about various alternatives to meat 
rotein sources, and their final choices are clearly a great hit. A 1982 production, (afltd; befi) 



ID FOR THOUGHT: MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS 

12 minutes 56991 color: $12. 25 

s a dairy farm belonging to Susan's uncle, which gives John and Susan a chance to talk about what 



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happens there and why. John has recently taken a job in a cheese shop, so he can contribute 
knowledgeably to the conversation about processing methods and nutritional content. Includes comic 
pixillated footage of John helping round up stragglers in the pasture. A 1982 production, (afltd; befi) 

THE FOOD SHOW 

j-h-c-a 47 minutes 2 reels 70574 color: $25. 00 

SummarizesConsume/' Reports magazine articles food facts through June 1980, using humor and drama. 
Identifies misleading assertions in advertising, tells what to watch for in the fine print on labels, 
identifies products with excessive sugars and salts. Includes subsections entitled "The Great Label 
Mystery," "The Truth about Yogurt," "The Supermarket Seduction Scene," "Facts in Fast Foods." 
Uses animation and live action. Gives instructions for avoiding danger of lead in canned foods, allows 
"Peter Potato" to defend himself against lalse nutritional charges. Replaces FOOD FOLLIES. A 1980 
production, (cuusi; fi) 

FORCE AND MOTION: NEWTON'S THREE LAWS 

j-h 18 minutes 57091 color: $15. 50 

States and illustrates the functioning of Newton's three laws dealing with force and motion. Defines 
inertia; shows how to calculate velocity, force, acceleration, and to predict the behaviour of objects on 
which force is exerted. A 1981 production, (pdl; ab) 



A FOREST VILLAGE IN THAILAND 

h-c-a 26 minutes 



84906 



color:$21.75 
Film sale: $390.00 
Cassette sale: $235.00 
Shows how the depletion of Thailand's vast teak forest by irresponsible and illegal cutting is being 
counteracted by the Thai Forest Industry Organization, set up in 1968. Forest villages are established, 
with settlers recruited and paid to grow teak seedlings and replant the forests. The film deals frankly 
with the problems encountered by organizers working with the villagers, but also shows social and 
environmental successes of the project, with side benefits such as farming self-sufficiency, silkworm 
cultivation and a training school for work-elephants. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

FOREVER YOUNG 

general 58 minutes 2 reels 70575 color:$28.50 

Selects active, interested and interesting senior citizens from varied racial and social backgrounds to 
show that aging can be an experience to appreciate. Stresses positive attitudes of 26 remarkable 
individuals. "It's a high just to spend 58 minutes with people who feel that life begins at 60 and gets 
better." (Judith Crist) A 1980 production, (role; lea) 

FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS 

c-a 17 minutes 56924 color: $14. 50 

Presents a framework designed to help children seize the nature and usefulness of mathematical 
concepts from various forms of play. They learn to sort and classify colorful objects of various shapes: 
after grouping, counting becomes meaningful. Clay can provide ways to learn visual measurement, 
estimating sizes and shapes. Preparing lunch involves quartering slices of bread and pouring juice 
(dividing concepts); setting the table (one-to-one correspondence); and cutting up vegetables for soup 
(shapes, proportions, comparative terms such as thick and thin.) In playing restaurant, the children 
learn concepts of exchange, and in water-play, concepts of equivalency. A 1971 production, (scamp) 

FOUNDATIONS OF READING AND WRITING 

c-a 40 minutes 90374 color:$ 18.00 

Films basic experiences designed to stimulate interest in and learning of reading and writing in early 
childhood education. Interest in forms is stimulated by the use of paints and brushes, cookie-cutters, 
puzzles, tracing and copying, primer typewriters. Interest in sounds is stimulated by clapping rhythms, 
singing. Activities are brought together in making up stories and making a story-book for each child 
with his story in it, reading the stories to each other. A 1975 production, (scamp) 

FOUNDATIONS OF SCIENCE 

c-a 17 minutes 56923 color:$14.50 

Emphasizes the use of investigative processes (observing, comparing, testing, classifying) in 
experimental play with water, sand, simple pulleys, wood, blocks, magnets, outdoor play equipment, 
seeds and gardening, and small animals. A 1976 production, (scamp) 

FOX AND BEAR (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 

k-p 6 minutes 05031 color: $10. 50 

Ibik loves to sleep, and Grandmother's tales come to life in his dreams: this one reenacts the way the 
fox tricked the polar bear, causing him to lose his beautiful tail, and the bear's revenge when the fox 
has caught his dinner. Available in-French under the title RENARD ET OURS. Puppet animation. A 1982 
production, (ancan; befi) 

[FRACTURE OF THE CERVICAL SPINE] (LES FRACTURES DU RACHIS CERVICAL) 

c-a 25 minutes %" U-Matic K00061 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $225.00 
Begins with a diagram of the cervical spine, identifying the types of lesions that can occur from 
hyperextensions in various directions. Emphasizes the importance of care in moving victims, 
demonstrating a special stretcher designed for that purpose. Reviews procedures for determining the 
presence and the nature of an injury to the spinal cord. Advises frontal and lateral X-rays, as some 
injuries are visible from one direction only. Shows implantation of a device designed to prevent 
recurrence of dislocations, and support of the skull by traction on implanted calipers. Shows an actual 
surgical procedure involving a bone graft. A 1974 production, (jabo) 

FRANCE IN VIET NAM (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 2) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84937 mixed:$ 19.00 

Film sale:$495.00 
Recounts the phases of the French attempt to regain colonial control of Indo-China: the rise of Ho Chi 
Mmh, the founding of the French Communist Party, the support of America for France (planes, 



32 / FRANCE IN VIET NAM (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 2) 



hardware and $800 million). Ends as France, having lost 74,1 
of Dien Bien Phu. A 1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 



i troops in seven years, faces the battle 



FREE TO CHOOSE SERIES 

Subtitled "A Personal Statement By Milton Friedman," the series presents a 
cogently argued and elaborately illustrated analysis of Friedman's economic 
philosophy of unrestricted trade. Examining the known results of restrictions 
in various countries of the world, he argues for the removal of restrictions. 
The second half of each program presents an opportunity for informal debate 
with Friedman by leading representatives of business and government (U.S. 
and foreign) who may not agree. A 1979 production, (wqin/vida; pennc) 

FREE TO CHOOSE SERIES see: 

THE ANATOMY OF CRISIS 
CREATED EQUAL 
FROM CRADLE TO GRAVE 
HOW TO CURE INFLATION 
HOW TO STAY FREE 
THE POWER OF THE MARKET 
THE TYRANNY OF CONTROL 
WHAT'S WRONG WITH OUR SCHOOLS? 
WHO PROTECTS THE CONSUMER? 
WHO PROTECTS THE WORKER? 
(woln/vida; pennc) 

[FREEZING AND AUTOGRAFT OF BONE MARROW] (CONGELATION ET 
AUTOGREFFE DE LA MOELLE OSSEUSE) 

c-a 20 minutes %" U-Matic K00024 color: $28. 00 

Cassette Sale: $180.00 
Lists some of the difficulties in freezing cells, showing cellular structure. Delineates steps in 
cryopreservation, identifying high-risk points and precautionary measures for elimination of the 
'freezing plateau.' Covers the use of cryopreservative compounds. Shows aspiration, filtering and 
freezing of bone marrow, and the subsequent procedures of storage, thawing, and transfusion. 
Discusses the use of leucocyte and platelet concentrates, and the conditions which require such 
treatment. A 1978 production, (jabo) 

FREIGHT TRAIN (SECOND EDITION) 

p-i 12 minutes 56766 color:$12.50 

Carol and her father are assembling a model train, and need several unusual cars that must be ordered: 
one is a "piggyback" car, which is actually shipped piggyback, and forms the theme around which the 
workings of a modern, computerized railroad are revealed. A 1980 production, (eb) 

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION (REVISED) 

j-h-c 16 minutes 50321 color: $15. 50 

The issues, causes, personalities, and turbulent events of the French Revolution are related through the 
experiences and ideas of Georges Roget, a lawyer and member of the Commons. Episodes from this 
period of European history are dramatized. A 1979 production, (c) 

FRENCH VILLAGE (LE VILLAGE - UN VILLAGE) 

general 23 minutes 57013 color:$16.75 

Portrays a typical day in a tiny French village, artistically, thematically, wordlessly linking the 
experiences and conveying the flavor of life there. For the general delight of a mini-vacation, as well as 
for social science and civilization courses. A 1979 production, (junif; iff) 

A FRIEND IN DEED 

j-h-c 26 minutes 85097 color $16.75 

Dramatizes the "growing pains" inherent in the late teen friendship of a plain-Jane girl and a disabled 
basketball star. Discussion-starter for examining values to friendship, love, risk, trust, beauty, 
disability. A 1979 production, (paul) 

FROGGIE WENT A-COURTIN' 

k-p 9 minutes 04966 color$ 10.75 
Youngsters in costumes of their own making act out in mime the traditional song as sung by a 
folksmger: cast is ethnically mixed, and features handicapped youngers in key roles. A 1980 production. 
Oib) 

FROM CRADLE TO GRAVE (FREE TO CHOOSE, [4] ) 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 70595 color: $26.50 

Studies the policy of government welfare from the point of view that it is destructive both of the 
economy as a whole and of the psychology and spirit of the alleged beneficiaries. Visits a public housing 
project in Manchester, England where a typical resident testifies, "You feel like they own you. There's 
no other way to put it." Surveys HEW policies and expenditures, citing negative results; reviews the 
evolution of an initially independent "sweat equity renovation proiect." Recommends a negative income 
tax. Reel 2 debates the issues A 1979 production, (wqln/vida; pennc) 



FROM MATS TO MATTRESSES 

h-c-a 19 minutes 



56868 



color: $18.00 
Film sale: $285 00 
Cassette sale: $175. 00 
Depicts how the Libenan Housing Authority is resettling the inhabitants of West Point, Monrovia's 
shanty town, in new communities like Gardnersville, nine miles outside the city. Comfortable two- and 
three-bedroom homes, schools, clinics, playgrounds and supermarkets are built from prefabricated 
panels, concrete blocks and other local materials. A government-operated sawmill supplies wood. All 
this means work for the unemployed. New roads and cheap transportation give easy access to urban 



jobs. The rural exodus continues, but at least Monrovia's new arrivals have decent housing. A 19! P" 
production, (unchs; ui) 

FROM MUSCLE TO MACHINE (ENERGY CONVERSION, PRIME MOVERS AND 
TRANSACTIONAL SYSTEMS SERIES) *ti 

h-c-a 16 minutes 56940 color:$15..W- 

Gives an overview of tne series, defining terms and illustrating basic principles, system component *! : 
and formulas with early machines. Explains theoretical and actual mechanical advantage and tl i 
computation of efficiency. Lists adaptations and applications of the inclined plane; explains the thr J 
types of torque. This version uses U.S. customary units. A 1978 production, (geop; lucf) 



FROM THE HUT TO THE BUILDING 

h-c-a 1 1 minutes 



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56869 



color: $ 13. 
Film sale:$165: *j, 
Cassette sale: $100. t$i 
New rural settlements in the Central African Republic emphasize reliance on traditional buildir ill 
methods combined with some modern techniques. Housing varies according to savannah or fore' Uti 
locations, utilizing frame structures, woven reed, mortar, stone blocks, mud brick, with roofs of strar iii 
bamboo or aluminum sheet. Development of a lumber industry in forest areas now permits new woodtsE? 
buildings. Focus is on the Jean Bedel Bokassa model village with its school, health clinic and electricr p» 
A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) xi 



A FRONTIER TO INHABIT 

h-c-a 16 minutes 



56870 



13 



color$16. 
Film sale: $240. ( 
Cassette sale:$145. 
Government agencies are sponsoring resettlement in the tropical Orinoco Valley of Colombia. Calcium 
added to poor soil to increase fertility; various grasses (for better cattle fodder) are being tested 
the savannah. Helped by Colombia University, new settlements grow cassara, raise better breeds f- 
cattle and other livestock. Simple, innovative energy systems such as solar heat, wind-driven wat' | 
pumps and a water turbine electric generator are in operation. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui 



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FRONTLINE AMERICA (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 16) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84951 mixed:$19. 

Film sale:$495. 
Covers the subject of American public opinion in the critical years of 1967 and 1968, when Americ 
combat deaths exceed 1000 a month. Shows leaders of demonstrations: Jerry Rubin, Stoki' 
Carmichael, Daniel Berrigan, Joan Baez and her husband. Films the ceremonial burning of draft car 
America's allies have turned hostile: internationally, the conflict becomes viewed as a David-and-Goli; 
struggle, with the world cheering David. Concludes that "the people running the war were left withe 
moral justification." A 1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 

FUNNY GIRL 

j-h-c-a 150 minutes 5 reels 98960 color:$70 

The feature film of the spectacular musical dramatizing the biography of Fanny Bryce as presented 
the book by Isobel Hennart. Features Barbara Streisand as Fanny, Omar Sharif as Nicky, Walter PidgJ 
as Florenz Ziegfeld. A 1968 production, (ca/rast; tlf) 

FUTURE 

j-h-c-a 22 minutes 56790 color:$16 

Computer animation and photography combine to project three differing views of the future. De , . 
successively with the school of supermatenalistic optimism, the 'doomsday' view, and a ratioi ■' 
guarded optimism emphasizing responsibility. A 1980 production, (chu) 

THE GASPE 

j-h-c-a 25 minutes H00031VC color: $21 

Aerial views introduce this unspoiled and remote peninsula which could at one time be reached only 
boat. French / Acadian settlers have kept legend much alive, and in the world's oldest mountain ch 
there are refuges for caribou and for ghost stories. Narration gives nature of shopping, sight-seei 
and accomodations, but prices, being those of production date, are not valid. Includes excursion to 
countryside, and even into Montreal. 75 (?) (bon; heri) 



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GEARS AND GEAR DRIVES (ENERGY CONVERSION, PRIME MOVERS AND 
TRANSACTIONAL SYSTEMS SERIES) 

h-c-a 18 minutes 56931 color:$1b 

Covers the principle, functions and construction of gear mechanisms, defining terms and explain 
operation. Includes spur, rack and pinion, helical, herringbone, beveled, miter, spiral, hypoid and wt 
gears. Discusses structures appropriate to various motors and speeds. A 1977 production, (geop; hi 



THE GENERAL 

general 80 minutes 2 reels 98963 b & w:$25 

Voted one of the twelve best comedy films of all time, stars Buster Keaton as a southern railn 
engineer who wants to enlist in the Civil War, but is rejected on the basis of his occupation. Shunned 
his girlfriend (Marion Mack) because he is not in uniform, Keaton eventually saves both her and 
train after they are kidnapped by the Union Army. Based on an actual event of the Civil War. A 1! 
production, (ua/esx; fest) 



[GENERAL ASPECTS OF DIABETIC RETINOPATHY] (ASPECTS GENERAUX DE LI 
RETINOPATHY DIABETIQUE) 

c-a 32 minutes %" U-Matic K00025 color: $3c 

Cassette Sale: $28t 
Lists conditions, including diseases, which are causative of degenerative manifestations in the e 
describing the characteristic effects of each. Microphotographic stills help to show the nature 
abnormalities caused. Devotes much time to the complex etiology of diabetes: vascular v 
abnormalities, the weight of plasma proteins, genetic, and immunological factors. Cinephotomicrogra 
shows experiments with animal eyes. A 1974 production, (jabo) 



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NATIONS 

ral 11 minutes 04953 color:$ 11.75 

derly couple goes to the park for a picnic. The man, charmed by watching the children and 
nbering his own youth, swings on one of the swings and tries to make friends with a youngster of 
or ten. The boy shows reluctance and begins a silent duel: a series of "follow-the-leader" 
nges. When the older man accepts defeat, the youngster warms to his gentle and cheerful realism, 
hey spend the rest of the day enjoying each other's company. Musical background, without 
tion or spoken dialog. A 1978 production, (rchi; phpr) 



IOCS OF MITOCHONDRIA IN PARAMECIA] (LA GENETIQUE DES 
^UTOCHONDRES CHEZ LA PARAMECIE) 

29 minutes %" U-Matic K00026 color: $28.00 

Cassette Sale: $261.00 
ibes and shows the nature of paramecia, using electron microscopy to identify mitochondria. 
ited graphics designate other cell constituents. Describes protein synthesis in mitochondria, as 
s the production of ATT. Shows genetic research techniques used to isolate and analyse mutations 
ochondnal DNA and to replicate cells by cloning. Shows use of enthromycin, and the production 
erithromycin-resistant cell. Discusses the effects of manipulation with and without cytoplasmic 
is. Demonstrates microinjection technique developed for research purposes. Discusses the nature 
aeriments which allow a better understanding of the multiple interactions between nuclear and 
hondnal geomes. A 1977 production, (jabo) 



GENTLE WARRIOR 

28 minutes 81713 b& w:$ 10. 00 

hs biographical highlights in the career of Dorothea Lynde Dix, pioneer worker in the mental health 
Dent. Interprets the history of the mental health movement in the light of the efforts of Miss Dix, 
irst became interested in helping the mentally ill when she became aware of the shocking 
ions under which they were held in jails. A 1958 production, (ch; apa) 



THERMAL: THE ENERGY WITHIN 

17 minutes 56668 color: $15. 00 

geothermal energy is, where it is found, and what is being done to make it work for human use 
few of the facts shared in this film. Interviews a geologist and an engineer, brings up 
nmental issues for discussion. A 1980 production, (flpa; ab) 



ILD McBOING-BOING 

iral 8 minutes 



04938 



color:$10.25 

ition of the Dr. Seuss story of the boy who could speak no words — only sound effects. An 
st among his peers, he finds recognition and fame in a radio career. Versified narration. A 1950 
ction. (stbo; chu) 



HELP, GIVE AID 

13 minutes 56662 color:$ 13.00 

o call for help, what to do until help arrives and how to do it — explanations for youngsters by a 
r, a nurse and some delightful puppets. Covers use of the telephone in an emergency, ways to 
Dleeding, how to smother a fire, how to apply the Heimlich maneuver to a choking victim, and 
i-to-mouth resuscitation. A 1980 production, (ab) 



OUT AND PUSH 

» 28 minutes 83817 color:$18.75 

Sturdahl, a blind Norwegian, established a health center for the handicapped, in order to help 

develop their resources in areas from which they have been traditionally excluded. Demonstrates 

the handicapped can be as active as any other citizen when given the proper training and 

wragement. A 1977 production, (thtv; bon) 



riNG A BETTER BUY IN A USED CAR 

i 19 minutes 56945 color:$15.75 

ws members of a high school class as they learn to use a checklist for the purpose of 
rotection in dealing on the used car market. Two groups are studied: one which follows the list 
ully, and one which allows itself to be carried away by a car that fits an image and a salesman 
glib line. A 1978 production, (tri; aims) 



ING AWAY 

■a 15 minutes 57075 color:$ 13.50 

itizes an "affair" between a travelling salesman and a bored housewife who lives in a trailer court 
onsiders herself neglected. Unaware that she has children, the salesman is shocked into fleeing 
he is caught in a confrontation between the housewife and her son, who wants to go along. Guide 
sts examining what the title might mean to each of the protagonists. A 1980 production, 
/moesp; ffco) 



ING OFF WELFARE 

15 minutes 46829 color:$ 14.00 

nts aspects of the surprising work of Lupe Anguiano in the San Antonio area: founding the 
nal Women's Employment and Education organization has provided women with alternatives to 
fre. Lupe and her organization have an astonishing success rate of 90%, and a cost per case of 
Interviews women trained by the program and gives statistics about the savings to the Federal 
nment in welfare money. Ms. Anguiano tells of her dreams for expanding the organization to a 
lal base. Produced for CBS "60 Minutes," a 1980 production, (cbs; cal) 



ING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION SERIES 

eries designed by the Family Television Research and Consultation Center 
Yale University for the purpose of developing viewing skills and judgement 
children, and of enabling adults to use children's interest in television to 
lulate learning in basic skill subjects. A 1980 production, (dat / yu; abc) 



GETTING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: ACTION AND VIOLENCE 

/ 12 minutes 84857 color: $12. 25 

Reviews kinds of action and adventure, emphasizing the difference between what is seen on television 
and the results of real violence. Shows how special effects are created with "break-away props," and 
states that the "television action" method of problem-solving is not effective in real life situations. A 
1980 production, (dat / yu; abc) 

GETTING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: COMMERCIALS 

/ 12 minutes 84859 color: $12 25 

Discusses the purpose of commercial messages and gives hints at evaluating them. Shows techniques 
used to enchance products, discusses rules governing advertising for children. A 1980 production, (dat 
/ yu; abc) 

GETTING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: PEOPLE MAKE PROGRAMS 

/' 12 minutes 84861 color: $12. 25 

Examines pre-production planning and scheduling of types of programs according to the time of day 
each audience is free to watch: early group includes farm programs, religious programs, business 
reports and college courses; middle group includes newsy talk shows, women's talk shows, soap operas, 
and cooking. Explains the mechanism of animation, the dramatizing of fiction, discusses shows which 
present real things and shows which mix reality and fiction. Lists the jobs that go into production: 
director, costumer, makeup artist, cameramen. A 1980 production, (dat / yu; abc) 

GETTING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: THE CHARACTERS WE SEE ON TV 

/ 12 minutes 84858 color: $12. 25 

Deals with stereotypes, insult humor, the concept of identifying with characters in television dramas. 
Gives hints for distinguishing between fiction and reality, discusses how authors 'make up' characters. 
A 1980 production, (dat / yu; abc) 

GETTING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: THE MAGIC OF TV 

;' 12 minutes 84860 color: $12 25 

Explains the use of special techniques for the creation of various impressions in the picture: low 
camera angle, cut, dissolve, wipe, superimposition. Discusses the use of combinations of effects to 
indicate the passing of time or space, flying, slow motion. Urges young viewers to remember that much 
of what they see on TV is not real. A 1980 production, (dat / yu; abc) 

GETTING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: THE REAL WORLD ON TV 

/ 12 minutes 84862 color: $12 25 

Examines types of news coverage on television: the documentary, the TV "news magazine," interview 
programs such as "Issues and Answers," and the regular news broadcast. Visits the newsroom at the 
ABC network, shows how news is received by telephone and teletype, edited and rewritten in the style 
of individual commentators, and arranged by custom with the leading events first and the human 
interest stories at the end. Examines the terms 'media' and 'free press.' A 1980 production, (dat / yu; 
abc) 

GETTING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: THE TECHNICAL SIDE OF TV 

/' 12 minutes 84863 color: $12 25 

Examines and explains the use of the equipment used to televise programs: the camera, transmitter, 
antenna, picture tube. Visits the control room where the series is being filmed and interviews the 
director and the technical director at the control panel. Each explains what he does and shows how the 
panel affects the show. Visits the set of a program on cooking, explaining how sets are created. 
Distinguishes between live broadcasts and taped or filmed materials. A 1980 production, (dat / yu; 
abc) 

GHOSTS OF CAPE HORN 

j-h-c-a 54 minutes 90380 color:$28.00 

Dramatically reviews the history of the 'square rigger' and the interaction of its crews with the 
unpredictable weather and the formidable sea passage around Cape Horn. Uses old footage and stills to 
illustrate the overwhelming tasks of caring for and rigging the clippers in high winds and heavy seas. 
Shows shipbuilding locales in New England; studies detail of artistic work on carved hulls. Retells the 
story of the St. Mary, which collided with the Magellan and ended as many did, "lost with all hands." A 
1980 production, (abc) 

GIFTS OF TIME (TWO PORTRAITS) 

j-h-c-a 20 minutes 56650 color: $16.50 

Two ladies, each in her eighties, bring to life in this documentary what the Retired Seniors' Volunteer 
Program can mean in the communities where it exists. Mary and Maude feel they receive as much from 
helping others as they give. A 1980 production, (phpr) 

GILBERTO: SHARK BOY OF THE SEA OF CORTEZ 

p-i-j 23 minutes 85184 color:$22.00 

Introduces Gilberto, a teenager who lives on the Island of Pardito in the Sea of Cortez with his extended 
family, making a living by fishing. Explains how everything, even fresh water and firewood for cooking, 
must be brought to the desert island from elsewhere. Presents a very different lifestyle, whose 
participants are clearly happy. Narrated by Charles Kuralt. Filmed for the CBS series, "Going Places," 
1980. (cbs; cal) 

GILDA 

h-c-a 110 minutes 3 reels 98958 b&w:$34.75 

Features Rita Hayworth in one of her memorable roles, that of a night club performer in a Buenos Aires 
gambling casino, where she becomes involved in a love triangle and murder mystery. Based on a story 
by E. A. Ellington. A 1946 production, (ca; fest) 

GIRL IN A BROKEN MIRROR 

h-c-a 55 minutes 2 reels 70258 color:$ 18.75 

Follows Karen Hutton, lead ballerina in the first European production of a Sir Arthur Bliss ballet, 
through rehearsals and performance, as well as a try-out for London Ballet School, showing how the 



34 / GIRL IN A BROKEN MIRROR 



study of ballet has influenced her life both in and out of school. Performers in the ballet are the Ballet 
Group of the New Park's Girls' School in Leicester, England. A 1975 production, (thtv; bon) 

GLACIER COUNTRY 

h-c-a 15 minutes 56978 color: $ 15.00 

Studies glacier formation and glacial action in mountain landscapes, pointing out the role of glaciers in 
the water cycle, in erosion, and as habitat for small animals. Among species shown are toad, hoary 
marmot, loon, goldeneye. A 1981 production, (karv; befi) 

THE GLOBAL ENERGY GAME 

j-h-c-a 34 minutes 84601 color:$23.50 
Clarifies the complex economic tactics of international oil producers and consumers. The impact of 
multinational oil maneuverings on jobs and the standard of living in the U.S. is emphasized as a group 
of six players at a simulated "game" of international economic survival reveal how the motives and 
positions of each affect all the others. Host Adam Smith presents the narration in three parts: 
Petroleum Power Politics; Solving the Import-Export Dilemma; and Inflation and the Declining Dollar. 
Awarded the CINE Golden Eagle and the Media Award for Economic Understanding. A 1978 production. 
(gefl; c) 

GLUB GLUB AND THE MONKEYS 

j-h-c-a 55 minutes 2 reels 70256 color:$28.75 

Visits the research team at the Medical Research Council Unit near Cambridge — Professor Robert 
Hinde and his wife and their daughter Lara, whose nickname is "Glub Glub." The Hindes are studying 
Rhesus monkeys in an investigation of early relationships and their significance. Summarizes their 
research results: infants are capable of full and natural emotional development if they have several 
good relationships with adults. Nurturing care need not be the sole responsibility of an individual 
mother figure. A 1975 production, (thtv; bon) 

THE GLUG 

/-/ 15 minutes 57047 color:$ 14.00 

Dramatizes the story of Tony, who begins by drinking beer with his 'club' and turns out to be the one 
who can't quit. Shows progressive difficulities into which he is led, climaxing in a life-threatening 
accident which leads his sister to tell him, "You've got to have help, ready or not." Designed to alert 
young people to signs of alcohol dependency in themselves and in others. A 1981 production, (efctr; 
chu) 

GODDESS FOR A WHILE 

j-h-c-a 25 minutes 85199 color:$ 16.75 

Documentary footage reviews the Nepalese custom of selecting small girls for the role of goddesses, 
giving the legend which originated the custom and the nature of the observances which surround it, 
including parts of the three-day festival honoring the goddess Indira, said to dwell in each youngster. A 
difficult selection procedure and certain stringent criteria sort out those who qualify. They serve until 
they reach puberty. A 1983 production, (tcul) 

THE GOLD BUG 

general 31 minutes 84832 color:$18.75 

Dramatizes Edgar Allan Poe's famous short story of a young boy who finds a gold bug and a coded 
treasure map on an (almost) deserted island. Stars Geoffrey Holdner as the mute servant, Anthony Hall 
as the boy, Roberts Blossom as the old man. An Emmy Award winner. A 1966 production, (dat / yu; 
abc) 

THE GOLD RUSH 

general 85 minutes 2 reels 98964 b&W:$24.00 

Features Charlie Chaplin as the 'Little Tramp,' who joins the long line of prospectors seeking Klondike 
gold. Includes the famous sequence in which he boils and eats his shoe, representative of the subtle 
interplay between tragedy and comedy which marked Chaplin's classic style. Stars also Mack Swain, 
Tom Murray and Georgia Hale. A 1925 production, (ua/essx; fest) 

GOLD - THE FIRST METAL 

j-h-c-a 23 minutes 85045 color:$ 16.00 

Lists historical uses, unique properties, and methods of extracting and refining gold. Uses paintings in 
historical references, live footage of mining. A 1978 production, (naf; mcfi) 

THE GOLDEN AGE OF COMEDY 

general 86 minutes 2 reels 98941 b&w:$31.25 

Covers in six "chapters," the history of comedy in motion pictures. Chapter I: Mac Sennett and the 
Visual Gag; Chapter 2: Hal Roach, Laurel and Hardy; Act 3: Will Rogers; Act 4: Carole Lombard and Jean 
Harlow; Act 5: Ben Turpin; Act 6: Comedy Classics with the Auto. A 1958 production, (rysp; cal) 

THE GOLF SPECIALIST 

h-c-a 21 minutes 56962 b&W:$ 13.25 

Follows the antics of W. C. Fields as a self-styled know-it-all who volunteers to teach a beautiful blonde 
to play golf. Slapstick with golf clubs and typical Fields wit. A 1930 production, (rko / esx; nfvc) 

GOOD CLIMATE, FRIENDLY INHABITANTS 

h-c-a 60 minutes 2 reels 70622 color: $29. 50 

Recounts the involvement of a white, middle-aged widow who manages a Johannesburg gas station with 
a young white man who turns out to be a ruthless and unprincipled mercenary. Depicts the complex 
interweaving of conflicting lifestyles— white and black— in modern South Africa. Based on a Nadine 
Gordimer short story. A 1982 production, (propr; tcul) 

GOOD LUCK, MR. ROBINSON: [MANAGING STRESS] 

h-c-a 50 minutes 2 reels 70541 color:$28.50 

Focuses on a promising Black teacher who is just being promoted to administration, showing how the 
changes in his life build into an anxious response which produces high blood pressure. Deals with 



recognizing, diagnosing and treating the problem. Stresses realistic assessment of self, the valut 
regular exercise, and a periodic reassessment of priorities. A 1979 production, (bbi; abc) 

GOODBYE GUTENBERG 

j-h-c-a 89 minutes 90379 color:$3t 

Surveys the impact of computerized information on the news media. Examines problems of the ( 
Angeles Times, emphasizing the huge expense of paper delivery. Cites British "Prestel," a news ser i 
accessible by subscription via television, as the wave of the future, predicting the shift of society fi , 
an industrial base to an information base. Visualizes the problem of paper information storage , 
retrieval with a computer search of Chemical Abstracts and of LEXIS, a data base containing the < 
text of all precedents of U.S. law. Surveys the implication of satellite linking capabilities for fut 
information networks, speculating on cultural changes this might precipitate. Raises the crucial mi ] 
question of right to privacy. A 1980 production, (bbc/wnet; fi) 

THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST. MICHAEL 

c-a 45 minutes 90212 color: $21 

Examines the philosophy, policy, methods and history of Britain's chain of Marks and Spencer ' 
Michael" shops, which make more money per square foot of floor space than any other retailer. Sir 
how they have set industry standards for quality and services, as well as staff relations. A 1 
production, (thtv; bon) 



THE GOSSAMER ALBATROSS: FLIGHT OF IMAGINATION 

general 51 minutes 90353 color:$3( 

Follows the design, building, testing and final achievement of the first man-powered craft to fly aci. - 
the English Channel. Designer Paul MacReady and pilot Brian Allen are shown with the team as they, 
plagued, in desert tests and in the final flight, by weather, weight, and the limits of human enduranc 
1979 production, (thho; pers) 



GOVERNING HUMAN SETTLEMENTS 

h-c-a 20 minutes 



56871 



color: $1i 
Film sale:$30i l_ 
Cassette sale:$ 18t 
Illustrates how three widely different areas of Canada approach comprehensive and effic 
government. Toronto opted for metropolitan government in 1953, with the smaller, anne 
communities keeping some local autonomy, while benefiting from shared resources and servi 
Winnipeg's two-tier system allows 50 wards in 15 communities representation on City Council. Br _ 
Columbia's regional districts ensure equal distribution of services, from remote, sparsely popul 7 
areas to big cities. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



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GOVERNMENT AS IT IS: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84756 color:$1 

Traces the development of the executive branch from its vague definition in Article II of I— 
Constitution, through forms it has taken because of specific national crises and personalities im 
office. Includes discussiion of recent ambiguities arising between the White House Staff and 
Cabinet. Commentary by Jack Anderson. A 1980 production, (windh; pyr) 



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GOVERNMENT AS IT IS: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84757 color: $1 

Reviews the intent of the Consitutional philosophy in the founding of the judicial branch, and the l 
historical cases by which it has defined its functions and those of the other branches. Includes Mar 
vs. Madison, the Dredd Scott case. Discusses roles of various chief justices: Brandeis, War 
Interviews and commentary by Jack Anderson. A 1980 production, (windh; pyr) 



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GOVERNMENT AS IT IS: THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84758 color:$1 

Summarizes and illustrates the power to legislate, as defined by the Constitution and practice j 
congress. Shows how a bill becomes a law. Interviews lobbyists, public interest advoca J. 
congressional aides. Commentary by Jack Anderson. A 1980 production, (windh; pyr) |j 



GOYA: HIS LIFE AND ART 

h-c-a 60 minutes 90384 color:$2 

Resumes the biography of Francisco Goya, sensitively illustrating it with his own drawings 
paintings. Points out differences in style from the provincial paintings, to those of Madrid societ 
the caricatural trend taken after his deafness, to the paintings of terror and reprisal, agony and c 
portraying the era of uprisings against the Napoleonic invasions. English sound provided. A Sp; 
Television production; U.S. release date 1981. (tvesp; ffth) 



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EL GRAN TEATRO DEL MUNDO 

h-c-a 56 minutes 90383 color:$2 

Dramatizes, with period costumes and settings, Calderon's most famous auto, bringing out the a| 
of music, poetry and allegory typical of that genre. Features music of Manuel de Falla, v 
performances by the Tudor Singers. Performed by the drama group of the students and facul 
Barnard College, filmed in St. Paul's church, New York City. Spanish of intermediate to advanced 
A 1968 production, (hsa; ffth) 



THE GRAND JURY: AN INSTITUTION UNDER FIRE 

h-c-a 36 minutes 90349 color:$2 

History, nature, and function of the grand jury system are presented and commented. Include 
discussion of some well-known cases, some known abuses, and some recommended reforms. A 
production, (psfc; mcgh) 



THE GREAT AMERICAN STUDENT 

j-h-c-a 18 minutes 56553 color: $1 

A collection of sequences from the educational film archives of Coronet Films offers a profile c 
manner in which the white, male student was portrayed in their productions of a generation ago 
problem that beset the hero could be solved in a matter of minutes with the help of a parent, coa 



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GUADALCANAL (VICTORY AT SEA #6) / 35 



■ amera voice. The narration pokes fun at the simplistic notions of how the 50's youth lived, learned, 
Sloved. A 1978 production, (c) 

G!AT AMERICANS: BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 

15 minutes 56757 color: $13. 25 

ides a dramatized opportunity for Benjamin Franklin to reminisce over the highlights of his eventful 
I A printer's apprentice, twelve years old (as Franklin was when he became one) is sent to 
nklin's home to pick up an article for the printer. The personality of the elderly Franklin is 
reated by Gordon Jump. A 1980 production, (osmo; eb) 



AT AMERICANS: GEORGE WASHINGTON 

14 minutes 51761 color: $13. 25 

' ge Washington at home in Mount Vernon (portrayed by Robert Carroll), as he converses with the 
kg Scotsman who has been retained to paint his portrait, reviews his entire career; his motivations, 
„ -impressions of what he has accomplished, and some of the difficulties he encountered. A 1980 
., 'auction, (osmo; eb) 



AT AMERICANS: MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. (SECOND EDITION) 

c-a 24 minutes 84929 color:$ 17.00 

-Jparizes the history and assesses the role of Martin Luther King in the civil rights movement. 
bines documentary footage with commentary by Dr. King's widow Coretta, and by several of his 
st friends, including Benjamin Mays, President Emeritus of Morehouse College in Atlanta, and 
ressman Andrew Young. A 1982 production, (chol; eb) 



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AT AMERICANS: THOMAS JEFFERSON 

14 minutes 56760 color:$12.75 

>ws highlights in the career and thinking of Thomas Jefferson by means of a dramatized interview, 
rson, in the library at Monticello, receives a Boston newspaperman, who, on the occasion of 
tea's 50th anniversary, wants to give his readers a close impression of Jefferson, by then one of 
two "founding fathers" left alive. A 1980 production, (osmo; eb) 



GREAT ART: SOLVING EQUATIONS (HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS) 

23 minutes 85135 color:$20.50 

the story of the derivation of European algebra from the 9th century book of Al-Khovarismi 
j 1 ] iise name lives on in the word 'algorithm.') Gives samples of his drawings and methods, identifies 
''.' mth century European translators and popularizers of this body of knowledge. Recounts Scipione's 
ion to a cubic equation, and the interesting tales that grew out of the necessity to try to keep it 
_ [it, including Fiore's challenge to Tartaglia and Tartaglia's feud with Cardano. Cardano encouraged 
loung secretary, Ferrar, to try quadratic equations. He succeeded, and developed a general method, 
?h not yet 20 years old at the time. Lecturer is Professor B. L. van der Waerden, University of 
h. A 1974 production, (openu; mg) 



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AT MOVIE STUNTS 

-a 48 minutes 90377 color: $27. 25 

fcson Ford narrates this recap of great movie stunts and their stunt men, with special focus on 

0! in RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK, in which he starred. Includes re-runs of suspense thrills from films 

.lie 1940's and 1950's, with interviews of performers. Explains how fist-fights are 'choreographed' to 

s: revent injuries, although they are, of stunts, the most dangerous. A 1981 production, (rogue / 

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REAT TREE HAS FALLEN 

22 minutes 85229 color: $13.75 

Is sequences of ceremonies connected with the funeral of one Asante king and the enthronement 
e next. The Asante devote an entire week to these rituals, expressing grief, a sense of continuity, 
in the past and hope for the future. The ceremonies are rich with pageantry, color symbolism, 
paraphernalia, and talking drums. Filmed in Ghana. A 1973 production, (iu) 



ECE 478 - 336 B.C.: GAMES AND FESTIVALS 

25 minutes 84792 color: $20. 50 

sites of the panhellenic games, at Olympia, Delphi, Isthmia and Nemea, reviewing what is known 
e religious impluse behind the games and of the manner in which they were conducted. Reviews 
:es from which this information has been gathered: historians, inscriptions, vase paintings, 
tures, archaeology, coins. A 1979 production, (bbc; umed) 



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ECE 478 - 336 B.C.: SHIPS AND SEAFARING 

25 minutes 84791 color: $20. 50 

sses the information gleaned from literature, inscriptions and nautical archaeology regarding the 
ring equipment and procedures of transportation by water among the islands of the Aegean, with 
:ular attention to the Kyrenia ship, wrecked at the end of the 4th century B.C. Four years of work 
into its excavation and reconstruction, and it was the source of much important information 
tools, cargo, shipboard life and trade routes, which is reviewed in the film. A 1979 production, 
umed) 

ECE 478-336 B.C.: THE THEATRE 

25 minutes 84790 color: $20. 50 

ines theaters at Epidauros, Delphi, Ephesus and Orange, emphasizing what their structure implies 
t the development of Greek drama, from the time of the theater as a place largely for the 
rmance of dances, through the age of the Greek chorus, to the time when the importance of the 
'lis gives way to that of actors and of scenic architecture. Includes excerpts from a performance of 
)ae by Euripides. Lecturer, Professor Eric Handley, University College of London. A 1979 
ction. (bbc / openu; umed) 



EN TABLES 

26 minutes 84879 color:$ 19.00 

es on participants in a championship snooker match and on the history of the game. Invented by 
.» i army officers in India in 1875, snooker counts only forty professional players in the world, but 



millions of amateurs and much enthusiasm. Includes also some of the history of billiards, invented by 
the Greeks and the favorite game of an unlikely royal amateur: Mary, Queen of Scots. A 1978 
production, (gti; benf) 

GREENE VALLEY GRANDPARENTS 

c-a 10 minutes 03047 b&w:$ 10.00 

Records the project of Greene Valley (Tennessee) Hospital and School, where 25 elderly citizens served 
as helping and caring 'foster grandparents' to profoundly retarded children. Brings out the evident 
improvement in self-care skills in the children, and the personal satisfaction of these 'grandparents.' A 
1974 production, (csf; apa) 

GRIEF 

h-c-a 56 minutes 90308 color:$28.75 

Studies the experience of grief and the attitudes toward it in several cultures. Interviews British of 
different ages who have lost a dear one (mate, child, or both). Cites the influence of the Victorian era's 
attitude toward grief (including details of Victoria's elaborate and lengthly mourning for her consort) 
on the contemporary British citizen. Asserts that it is essential to express and to work through grief: 
shows the Laotian ritual of mourning which is designed to assist in this expression. One of the widows 
interviewed, who is Italian by birth, contrasts British and Italian attitudes. A 1975 production, (thtv; 
bon) 

GRIFFIN AND PHOENIX 

h-c-a 96 minutes 3 reels 98946 color:$48.00 

A man and a woman meet in a class on death and dying, and find themselves more interested in each 
other than in the class. The irony of the plot turns on the fact that each is there because he has been 
told he is terminally ill. Their affirmation of life in the face of death produces a poignant story. A 1976 
production, (abc) 

GRIZZLY GOLFER 

general 7 minutes 05050 color:$10.25 

Magoo and his nephew Waldo, on a golfing excursion in the Ozarks, unwittingly entangle a stray bear in 
their game. Animated. A 1960 production, (ca; chu) 

GROUP COMMUNICATION (THE OTHER SCHOOL SYSTEM SERIES) 

a 29 minutes 84616 color:$18.00 

Divides skills for group communication into three basic types, illustrating and dramatizing each type. 1) 
Active listening includes paraphrasing, repeating the feeling tone, delaying one's response and signaling 
interest and concern. 2) Effective questioning asks for information, opinion or self-examination — does 
not 'lead' or couch the teacher's opinion in question-disguise. 3) Group discussion centers on a specific 
topic, idea, or issue, is best led by providing sufficient information, keeping the discussion related to 
something with which the group members readily identify, and keeping an open, accepting climate in 
which group members feel free to say what they think. A 1979 production, (oeta; mmm) 

GROWING UP FEMALE 

i-j-h 12 minutes 57077 color:$12.75 

Uses a pajama party as a framework for a frank discussion of physiological changes and sex-related 
problems of young girls. Drawings portray body parts from several angles; animation explains the 
mechanics of sexual intercourse. The school nurse counsels about protection during periods and about 
forms of birth control. Note: Preview before showing to judge the suitability of this film to your 
audience. It was designed by health professionals who believe sex instruction should be direct and 
candid. A 1980 production, (pri; ffco) 

GROWING UP, WITH SANDY OFFENHEIM 

Series combines animation, dramatization, song and dance to compare the 
stages in a child's growth to the stages of insect metamorphosis. Central to 
this deveopment is the diary of Herbie, a young bug collector, whose 
observations on life and bugs furnish continuity. A 1980 production, (pwti; befi) 

[GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHILD] (CROISSANCE ET DEVELOPEMENT 
DE L'ENFANT) 

c-a 53 minutes 3 a" U-Matic K00062 color:$33.00 

Cassette Sale: $477.00 
Reviews methods and results of a longitudinal study (twelve years) on the effect of programmed 
physical activity on growth and development between the ages of six and twelve, involving two groups 
of Canadian children representing industrial and rural areas. Sample population was 546 children (289 
boys, 257 girls). Describes methodology, measurement, and recording of variables, coding, and 
statistical analysis. Summarizes results with comparative charts. A 1980 production, (jabo) 



GROWTH FOR THE FUTURE 

h-c-a 15 minutes 



56872 



color:$ 15.75 
Film sale:$225.00 
Cassette sale: $135.00 
Six major ethnic groups speaking 36 dialects inhabit Nepal's difficult terrain. While areas south of 
Katmandu prosper, western regions deteriorate. Farming and social attitudes have changed little over 
the centuries; subdivision of property among sons fragmented the land, isolated farmers produced only 
what they needed and ignorance and malnutrition were widespread. Today, this film explains, 
comprehensive redevelopment programs divide the country into four areas. Large landholdings have 
been broken up, roads built into isolated areas, and resettlement benefits landless peasants. A 1976 
production, (unchs; ui) 

GUADALCANAL (VICTORY AT SEA #6) 

h-c-a 27 minutes 85167 b&w:$17.25 

Portrays 'the toil and terror that made Guadalcanal not a name, but an emotion.' Begins with the 
departure of U.S. Marines and of Japanese troops for the same destination: Shows typical shipboard 
activities, individual soldiers' faces of both nationalities. Includes landing and battle footage, and 



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footage of behind-the-scenes support at home. Shows factories, shipbuilding, troop training and 
transport, medical operations. Ends with Nimitz decorating survivors. A 1952 production., (nbc/usn; 
lucf) 



THE GUANCHIAS PROJECT 

h-c-a 20 minutes 



56873 



color:$ 18.50 
Film sale: $300. 00 
Cassette sale: $180. 00 
Shows the obstacles squatting plantation workers overcame, including confrontations with landlords, to 
build their banana cooperative into a productive organization providing work for everyone. In addition 
to bananas, the co-op raises pigs, chickens, cattle and bees, and is self-sufficient for food. New homes 
provide modern comforts and convenience. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

THE GUERILLA SOCIETY (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 9) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84944 mixed:$ 19.00 

Film sale: $495.00 
Pinpoints one major cause of American defeat as the lack of basic knowledge about the enemy, which 
regarded patience not as just a virtue, but as a weapon. Characterizes North Vietnamese leaders and 
their strategies. Response to the heavy bombing was to build an underground network which 
accommodated 70,000 people, complete with nurseries, hospitals, and recreation areas. Nine tenths of 
workers in key industries were relocated in caves and tunnels at a distance from metropolitan areas 
and targets. All civilians became war workers: the clearing and repair of roads became the speciality of 
women. Summarizes psychological bases of Northern victory. A 1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 

GUINEA PIGS IS PIGS 

i-j-h 15 minutes 56661 color:$ 13.00 

A still hilarious way to learn the meanings of words like "bureaucracy" and "red tape" is the story of 
Mr. Morehouse's guinea pigs, ordered and shipped to Mike Flannery's express station where they remain 
— and multiply, while the argument goes on as to whether, in order to redeem them, Mr. Morehouse 
must pay the 30 cent farm animal rate, or the 25 cent pet rate. Based on the famous short story. A 
1979 production, (carrf; ab) 

GUITAR CRAFT 

j-h-c-a 19 minutes 57075 color:$ 15.50 

Shows guitar and dulcimer design, construction, and playing by a young couple each of whom 
specializes in one of the instruments. Max Krimmel, who builds guitars, has designed many of his own 
tools. He estimates that there are from 50 to 150 hours of work in a single instrument, depending on 
whether it is inlaid. Includes performances on the two instruments, and a duet. A 1976 production, 
(ffco) 

GULLIVER'S NEW TRAVELS (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

h-c-a 28 minutes 85151 color:$38.00 

% ' ' U-Matic C85151 color: $38. OO 

Studies the A T and T reorganization in an effort to answer the question, "Were we better off with the 
monopoly?" Reviews the "Carterphone" decision in the courts, which opened up the way to 
competition. Lists Bell's assets, and the few predictable implications of the changes. A 1981 
production, (wgbh; lea) 

GULLIVER'S TRAVELS 

general 84 minutes 2 reels 98950 color:$35. 75 

Whimsical, animated version of Jonathan Swift's famous tale of Gulliver in the land of the Lilliputians. 
Live action shots with animation drawn and photographed over them create an unusual 
three-dimensional special effect. Richard Harris plays a genial Gulliver among the colorful little people. 
Musical score by Michael LeGrand. A 1980 production, (schsu; lucf) 

GUY DE MAUPASSANT: THE NECKLACE (SHORT STORY CLASSICS SERIES) 

j-h 19 minutes 56677 color:$ 15.75 

With a renewed contemporary setting, dramatizes de Maupassant's classic story of a diamond necklace 
borrowed for the sake of pride, and lost — of a life spent in cover-up and restitution, and of the bitter 
irony of the final discovery that the necklace was fake. A 1980 production, (eb) 

THE GYPSY MOTH: A DILEMMA 

j-h-c-a 14 minutes 56968 color:$13.75 

Describes and photographs the reproductive cycle and metamorphosis of the gypsy moth, explaining 
implications of the fact that in 1981, caterpillars of this species defoliated 13,000,000 acres of 
American forest. Incredibly prolific and without natural enemies in this hemisphere, the moth is a 
severe ecological threat. The loss of trees with their oxygen-producing capacity will eventually affect 
even man. A 1980 production, (nfbc; eb) 

H. G. WELLS: THE MAGIC SHOP (SHORT STORY CLASSICS SERIES) 

j-h 12 minutes 56758 color: $12. 75 

A father and his son, out for a walk and with the boy's birthday in mind, stop in at a "Genuine Magic 
Shop," where they see some good tricks and have a series of amazing experiences. The final 
disapperance is the most mysterious of all. A 1980 production, (eb) 

HABITAT AND URBAN ENVIRONMENT 

h-c-a 23 minutes 84907 color: $20. 50 

Film sale: $345.00 
Cassette sale: $2 10.00 
Deals with the harsh realities of urban overcrowding in Morocco with the growing rural exodus and 
more slums and shanty towns. The government's drastic action to rehouse low-income families includes 
rental construction, slum clearance and post-disaster resettlement, site and services for aided self-help 
houses. The Hay Assalam pilot project east of Rabat plans 10,000 homes, mainly low-rise apartment 
blocks, utilizing prefabricated components, and abandoning traditional North African architecture in the 
interest of economy and higher-density construction. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



HABITAT COLLECTION see: 

ACTION IN RURAL LIVING AREAS 

AGRO-INDUSTRIES 

THE ANCIENT EYES OF NEPAL LOOK TO THE FUTURE 

THE BADIA AWAKENS 

THE BAHAMAS: A SEA OF ISLANDS 

A BETTER LIFE FOR FARMERS 

BEYOND FAMILY PLANNING 

BRIGHTER DAWN 

BRUGES - A TOWN TO LIVE IN 

BUILDING TOGETHER 

THE CHANGING ENVIRONMENT 

CISSIN 

CITIZEN INVOLVEMENT 

CITY PLANNING AND PUBLIC HOUSING 

THE CONHABIT PROGRAMME 

COSTA RICA '75 

A DAM AND AFTER 

DESIGN INNOVATIONS FOR HUMAN SETTLEMENTS 

DESIGNING THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT 

DESTINATION CITY 

DEVELOPMENT OF THE HUNGARIAN SETTLEMENT 

THE DIGESTORS 

THE FIGHT FOR A SHELTER 

FIRST AND LAST 

A FOREST VILLAGE IN THAILAND 

FROM MATS TO MATTRESSES 

FROM THE HUT TO THE BUILDING 

A FRONTIER TO INHABIT 

GOVERNING HUMAN SETTLEMENTS 

GROWTH FOR THE FUTURE 

THE GUANCHIAS PROJECT 

HABITAT AND URBAN ENVIRONMENT 

HABITAT IN PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO 

HABITAT: PAKISTAN 

HALLE NEUSTADT: STADT DER CHIMIEARBEITER 

HIDDEN HERITAGE 

HISTORIC ISLAND SETTLEMENTS 

A HOME OF YOUR OWN 

HOUSES AND PEOPLE 

HUMAN SETTLEMENTS AND ENERGY CONSERVATION 

THE IMPROVEMENT OF RURAL HABITAT 

THE IMPROVEMENT OF RURAL HABITAT IN KAGANDA 

JIBANAK 

KASANGATI HEALTH CENTRE 

THE KEY 

LAND OF YESTERDAY, PEOPLE OF TODAY 

LAND POLICY 

THE LAND REBORN 

LANDLORDS OF THE SUN 

LETTER FROM CACOON 

LIVING WAY OUT 

LIVING WITH DISASTER 

LIVING WITH THE CITY 

A LOOK AT RURAL INDIA 

MAN AND WATER IN BENIN 

MANAGEMENT OF URBAN GROWTH AND LAND USE 

MANAGUA EARTHQUAKE 

NATIONAL POLICY FOR HUMAN SETTLEMENTS: EL SALVADOR 

NEW FIELDS 

NEW LIFE FOR THE BEDOUINS 

NEW LOUVAIN 

A NEW TOWN FOR APHRODITE 

A NEW TOWN IN ROMANIA 

NO SHORT CUT TO SUCCESS... 

NOUAKCHOTT 

OLD LAND - NEW LAND 

OUR ONE AND ONLY HOME 

PARTNERSHIP HOUSING 

PEOPLE: A MATTER OF BALANCE 

POLAND'S INDUSTRIAL CENTRE 

PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT 

QUEST FOR BETTER LIVING 

REBIRTH OF A CITY 

RECONSTRUCTION OF RURAL SETTLEMENTS 

REGIONAL FUNDS FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT 

RESCUE 

RESETTLEMENT OF ILLEGAL SQUATTERS IN PORT SUDAN TOWN 

RESETTLEMENT OF THE BEDOUINS IN KUWAIT 

A ROOF FOR EVERYONE 

RURAL HABITAT 

RURAL TO URBAN MIGRATION - FIVE EXAMPLES 

SAEMAUL UNDONG - KOREA 

SAINT SOLEIL 

SCHYICHHAG 

SELF-HELP HOMES 

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HERMAN MELVILLE: CONSIDER THE SEA / 37 



SPLIT 3 

SPONTANEOUS SETTLEMENTS 
SQUATTER UPGRADING IN FRANCISTOWN 
STEMMING THE SANDS 
TAMAKI MAUDAU RAU 
THIS IS BANGLADESH 
TIBILDO 

TUZLA, THE SINKING TOWN 
UJAMAA VILLAGES 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: BEDOUIN SETTLEMENTS 
UPGRADING 

URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND TRAFFIC 
URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND URBAN CLIMATE 
URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN HARMONY WITH OPEN LAND 
URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN OLD AND NEW QUARTERS 
WARSAW - THE CITY THAT REFUSED TO DIE 
WATER FOR DEVELOPMENT 
YELLOW AND GREEN 
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FBITAT IN PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO 

-a 11 minutes 56874 color:$ 13.25 

Film sale:$ 165.00 
Cassette sale:$ 100.00 
Sws why, since European methods and materials have proved too expensive, there is a return to 
tilitional home construction using mud, clay, straw and bark. At the Mossendjo torest center the 
Cgo's vast forest reserves are being put to use. Local inhabitants are trained in forestry and 
Cientry skills, turning out prefabricated wooden housing units which are cheap, durable and gaining 
liptance over other forms of house construction. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



N3ITAT: PAKISTAN 

h-a 24 minutes 



84982 



color:$21.00 
Film sale:$260.00 
Cassette sale: $2 16.00 
lews housing problems in Pakistan, where planners are dealing with a 1.5 million-unit gap between 
tand and availability of units. Summarizes progress in the Agroville program, intended to help stem 
ration to the cities. Twenty sites have been chosen, and towns are being founded with the 
mvative concept of building 'utility walls,' a basic foundation-and-wall unit incorporating connections 
kivater, electricity, drainage and gas, against which units can be finished as desired. Emphasizes the 
loville Pilot Project as model. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

HIE NEUSTADT: STADT DER CHIMIEARBEITER (TOWN OF CHEMICAL 
VORKERS) 

■a 24 minutes 84983 color: $2 1.00 

Film sale:$260.00 
Cassette sale: $2 16.00 
hunts the planning, site choice, and construction of an entirely new 'town' designed to provide 
) ;ant, egalitarian housing for workers in a location which will eliminate long trips to and from work. 
I«s phases of the project, whose first cornerstone (that of the school) was laid in 1964. Since the 
»itry was located in Halle, the town was christened Halle Neustadt. A 1975 production, (unchs; ui) 

UELUJA DARWIN 

10 minutes 050 16 color:$ 1 1. 75 

}l animation and a narration with a twist of humor enliven a serious summary of Darwin's career and 
if e five main points of his observations on evolution. A 1977 production, (ubc; befi) 

D HANAWA FAMILY 

)a 29 minutes 85178 color: $10. 00 

»hrs the residences, work and lifestyle of one extended family considered typical of twentieth century 
liese city life. Spotlights changes in lifestyle by interviewing members of the three generations. The 
ftr Mr. Hanawa has a grocery in a northwest Tokyo suburb. His two sons and their wives and 
fcren dine together once a week, and help each other in many ways, (jafn) 

1IDS 

28 minutes 81708 color: $10.00 

oses on the body-language of hands to demonstrate how occupational therapy is used in a hospital 
nonment, both to help the psychiatrist understand a patient, and to help the patient toward 
e/ery. Follows the case of a schizophrenic young woman from apathy through hostility to 
lliilitation. A 1969 production, (npi; apa) 

I HAPPY PRINCE 

t=ral 25 minutes 84605 color: $18.50 

nimation of Oscar Wilde's classic story of the prince and the swallow. The "Happy Prince" is a 
• tiful jewelled statue in the town square. As summer ends, a swallow lights on his shoulder and 
» him weeping for the city's poor: he persuades the swallow to take his jewels and to give them to 
tfoor. The statue becomes a ruin, and the swallow dies in the winter, but when God sends his angels 
1 ng to paradise whatever is most precious in that city, it is the swallow and the heart of the prince 
fyhich they return. A 1974 production, (rd; pyr) 

F HARE AND THE TORTOISE (SECOND EDITION) 

10 minutes 01946 color:$12.50 

ration and original music give a contemporary flavor to the traditional story of the famous race. A 
3 production, (eb) 



HARRY: BEHAVIORAL TREATMENT OF SELF-ABUSE 

c-a 38 minutes 90080 color:$ 10.00 
Shows a classic behavior modification program applied to a mildly retarded young man who has been 
institutionalized because of a severe tendency to self-destructive behavior. A 1980 production, (rmfx; 
apa) 

HARVEST: 3000 YEARS 

c-a 138 minutes 4 reels 98976 b & w:$48. 75 

Dramatizes the real-life struggle of an Ethiopian peasant family with the conditions imposed by 
traditional racist 'feudalism.' Its director, a talented black filmmaker, Haile Gerima, sees it as an epic 
parable of the Third World's struggle for liberation. Numerous awards in Europe, 1976. In Amharic with 
English subtitles, (trifc) 

HAVING FUN OUTDOORS (CAPTIONED) 

general 15 minutes 57018 color:$12.75 

Focuses on nature crafts possible in each of the seasons: leaf prints and preservation, spore prints, 
snowflake patterns, plaster casts of animal tracks. Necessary equipment is listed and techniques are 
described 1 . Captioning renders content accessible to hearing impaired. A 1978 production, (dfp; mcfi) 

HEALTH: THE INSIDE STORY 

i-j 19 minutes 57061 color:$16.25 

Emphasizes individual differences in discussing "ideal," "average," and "normal" heights, weights, and 
rates of development. Mentions those habits of diet, exercise, grooming and emotional stability which 
will allow each to be his best. A 1982 production, (ab) 

HEARING IMPAIRMENT: AN OVERVIEW 

c-a 15 minutes 56992 color:$ 15.00 

Defines the ways in which hearing loss is assessed, differentiating conductive loss from sensory-neural. 
Shows audiographs of high and low frequency losses. Covers use of hearing aids, structure of the ear. 
Examines the controversy on methodology for teaching the deaf to communicate. A 1982 production, 
(afltd; befi) 

[THE HEART AND POTASSIUM] (LE COEUR ET POTASSIUM) 

c-a 25 minutes %" U-Matic K00027 color$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $225.00 
Shows tracings of the two major types of heart activity (mechanical, electrical.) Diagrams and 
microscopic pictures visualize the structure of cardiac tissue. Explains ionic properties and interaction 
of the three critical elements (sodium, calcium, potassium) giving a formula for their equilibrium. 
Shows how membrane permeability and ion exchange constitute the electrical mechanism, with 
potassium as the critical element in the resting potential of the organ. An animated diagram shows how 
the system processes ions, and the polarization change that is involved. Dicusses the impossibility of 
measuring potassium balance; explains aspects of electrocardiographic tracings, designating them as 
the diagnostic method of choice. A 1978 production, (jabo) 

HEATHER BECOMES A FIRE FIGHTER 

k-p-i 13 minutes 56765 color:$12 75 

Reviews events typical in the daily routine of Heather Gernson, who has become a member of the 
Rockford, Illinois fire department squad. Her regular duties, from cleaning windows to fighting a real 
fire, as well as part of her training, are shown. Heather's narration reveals both the difficulties and the 
satisfactions of her chosen career. A 1980 production, (eb) 

HELICOPTER RIDE! 

p-i 15 minutes 56547 color:$15.50 

Offers bird's eye view of coastline, countryside, and city while demonstrating the unique capabilities of 
the helicopter. Explains how the helicopter uses its rotors to fly, looks at operational controls, and the 
services which helicopters provide. Replaces Billy's Helicopter Ride. A 1979 production, (c) 

HELPING THE CHRONIC PATIENT 

c-a 25 minutes 82506 b&w:$ 10.00 

Demonstrates a variety of techniques used with the 1500 patients of Denver's Fort Logan Mental Health 
Center: group processes include behavioral therapy and transactional analysis, recreational and activity 
therapy, psychodrama, home therapy and self-confrontation by means of videotape. A 1973 production, 
(wwmp; apa) 

[HEMOPHILIA] (LES HEMOPHILES) 



c-a 



30 minutes %" U-Matic K00028 



color: $28. 00 
Cassette Sale: $270.00 
Explains genetic inheritance pattern of hemophilia, giving population statistics for its occurrence. Shows 
how to assay the level of the clotting factor; lists signs which indicate that a child is affected. 
Discusses muscular hemorrhages and the danger of diagnostic confusion with appendicitis. Gives 
procedures for obtaining, freezing, and storing plasma. Discusses the critical role of factors 8 and 9, in 
particular the determination of their half-life prior to surgery, and appropriate replacement therapy. 
Early diagnosis and minimum restrictions are emphasized. A 1974 production, (jabo) 

HEREDITY (SECOND EDITION) 

j-h 15 minutes 55686 color: $13. 25 

The genetic basis of heredity in plants and animals, its application to selective breeding, the role of DNA 
and the origin and detection (by amniocentesis) of genetic disorders are explained and illustrated by 
microphotography and animation. A 1980 production, (eb) 

HERMAN MELVILLE: CONSIDER THE SEA 

h-c-a 29 minutes 85017 color:$20.25 

Recounts life and work of Melville, using on-site photographs of places that inspired him: extensive 
footage of the sea, his dwelling and work-room. Also uses drawings, paintings and photographs 
characteristic of his plots and settings. Narrator / commentator Richard Wilbur appears extensively 



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throughout, tying the author's characteristics, biography, and literary works together. A 1981 
production, (pup; ifb) 

A HERON NAMED BILL 

h-c-a 24 minutes 84998 color: $20. 25 

Whimsical narration enlivens a photographic study of the physical and behavioral features of European 
Grey Herons. Shows events leading to the hatching of the central character, Big Bill. Presents feeding 
patterns, adaptations, dangers and conflicts with man. A 1976 production, (rspb; befi) 



HIDDEN HERITAGE (BUVO OROKSEG) 

h-c-a 16 minutes 



56954 



color:$ 16.00 
Film sale:$240.00 
Cassette sale: $144. 00 
Films evidences of the ways in which the tastes and values of the Eastern Hungarian culture have been 
preserved in architectural detail and in local crafts, including wood carving, embroidery, pottery. 
Accompanied by vocal and symphonic music, performed in Hungary, it becomes a motion 'scrapbook' 
giving the flavor of life and culture in this small sector of East Europe. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

HIGH COUNTRY 

-h-c-a 15 minutes 56976 color: $15.00 

Introduces animals and plants capable of surviving in the cold, thin air of the high Rockies, including 
antelope, caribou, grizzly bear, hoary marmot, pika or 'rock rabbit', white-tailed ptarmigan, horned lark, 
and gray-crowned rosy finch. A 1981 production, (karv; befi) 

HIROHITO: THE CHRYSANTHEMUM THRONE (LEADERS OF THE TWENTIETH 
CENTURY SERIES) 

h-c-a 24 minutes 84828 mixed:$16.75 

A biography of Hirohito, narrated by Henry Fonda, reveals a greater nobility of character and a broader 
perspective than Westerners have known about. First to reach out to the West in person, Hirohito 
visited England when he was twenty years old. Hints at the difficulty historical changes meant for one 
reared in the careful and specific conditioning which asserted his own divinity; emphasizes positive 
traits of the Japanese character. A 1979 production, (nife / nyt; lea) 

HISPANIC AMERICA 

h-c-a 13 minutes 56822 color:$ 13.00 

Examines statistics and issues in the instances involving America's fastest growing minority, which will, 
it predicts, change the nature of our nation's culture. Examines Hispanic refugee groups and their 
impact on locales where they have settled: Cuban professionals in Florida, unskilled Puerto Ricans, 
Mexicans. Estimates current illegal immigrant population at seven million, of which two thirds are 
Mexican-American. Examines the question of bi-lingual education which Hispanics see as the solution of 
their problems. A 1980 production, (cbs; cal) 



HISTORIC ISLAND SETTLEMENTS 

h-c-a 18 minutes 



56875 



color:$ 17.75 
Film sale: $270. 00 
Cassette sale: $165. 00 
Visits four of the 11,000 old settlements now eligible for preservation and restoration in Greece: 
Patmos, Chinos, Lesbos and Rhodes — each island with its own forms of domestic architecture. 
Preservation and upgrading include loans to landlords to modernize, prohibition against new building 
unless it blends with the old, and selective improvement of buildings by the state for use as guest 
houses. These buildings are shown to be living settlements, not museum exhibits, with owners and 
occupiers involved in restoration. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS SERIES 

Lessons from the British Open University's course, featuring lecturers not 
only from their staff, but from other world centers of learning, (oepnu; mg) 

HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS SERIES see: 

ALGEBRA OF THE UNKNOWN 
THE DELIAN PROBLEM 
AN EVOLUTIONARY MODEL 
THE GREAT ART: SOLVING EQUATIONS 
NEW WORLDS FROM OLD 
NUMBERS NOW AND THEN 
POINTS OF VIEW: PERSPECTIVE AND PROJECTION 
QUATERNIONS: A HERALD OF MODERN ALGEBRA 
ROOT TWO: GEOMETRY OR ARITHMETIC? 
SHAKING THE FOUNDATIONS 
A TIME OF CHANGE: THE CALCULUS 
(openu; mg) 

THE HISTORY MAKERS SERIES see: 

I'M GROWING, I'M CHANGING 
SEARCHING FOR SOME LOVE AND CARE 
SOME DAY I'LL BE BIG 
TOMORROW I'LL BE THERE 
YOU BRING YOUR LUNCH, I'LL BRING MINE 
(aslf andhzor, aci) 

HITCHHIKING: TEENAGE RISK 

j-h-c 10 minutes 04980 color:$ 11.00 

An interview-survey of reasons for and against hitchhiking, filmed in Colorado, where hitchhikers and 
law officers make comments and safety suggestions on this frequently-used mode of travel. A 1980 
production, (cbs; crm / megh) 



HOLIDAY 

general 96 minutes 3 reels 98959 b & W:$3c 

Follows the story of a young man (played by Cary Grant) whose dream is to make enough money 
an extended holiday, but whose rich fiancee and her father have other ideas. His life is infint 
complicated when he discovers that it is really his fiancee's sister (played by Kathenne Hepburn) I 
he loves. A sophisticated comedy of manners which won an Academy Award. A 1938 production, 
nfvc) 

HOLLAND 

j-h-c-a 25 minutes H00025VC color: $2; 

A quick tour begins in Amsterdam with the recommendation to visit the historic site of the inventioi 
gin, the cheese factory where cheeses are hauled on "hand barrows," and the canals and bridges, rr 
numerous than those of Venice. Also recommended are a visit to the Hague's miniature Dutch town, 
windmill tour, the tulip gardens, the Frans Hals Museum at Haarlem, and the church on whose or 
Mozart gave a concert. Prices quoted, being those of production date, are not valid. 3 /<" U-Mtf 
videocassette. '75 (?) (bon; heri) 



HOLLYWOOD STEPS OUT 

general 8 minutes 05007 color:$H 

A satirical spoof caricatunzes well-known Hollywood personalities of an earlier day, from Clark Gf 
and Bing Crosby to Peter Lorre. A 1951 Merrie Melodies cartoon, (wb; nfvc) 



HOLLYWOOD'S CHILDREN 

h-c-a 58 minutes 



2 reels 



70617 



color: $2', 



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Alternates historical footage and contemporary interviews with early "child stars" of Hollywi 
pictures, bringing into focus the changes over the years, in America's views of its children and 
children's views of themselves. How Hollywood shaped, and reflected, these views is shown in the I 
of Mary Pickford, Jackie Coogan, Mickey Rooney, Shirley Temple, and a dozen others. Based on 
book Hollywood's Children by Diana Serra Cary, who was "Baby Peggy." A 1982 production, (worn) 



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HOME FOR CHRISTMAS 

general 11 minutes 04988 color: $1 if l 

A boy, travelling alone, seems to be heading home for Christmas. When he arrives at his appa 
destination, he is seen to represent the reverie of an old man. A sudden telephone call bnnj _ 
Christmas invitation, and the happiness of accepting turns the old man back into a boy. A 1, 
production, (cec) 



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HOME FOR LIFE 

c-a 58 minutes 90076 b&w:$1t 

Studies adjustment problems on entering a home for the aged, by focusing on the actual experiencf 
two elderly people in their first month at a superior residence of this sort. A sensitive presentat 
emphasizing their feelings, and showing skilled staff members who knowledgeably try to relieve t 
pain. A 1967 production, (drex; apa) 



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A HOME OF YOUR OWN 



h-c-a 



10 minutes 



56876 



coior:$1. 
Film sa/e:#/5oprsi 
Cassette sale:$9< 
Shows how pride in ownership is eradicating slums and improving the quality of life in town 
country. Until recently, more than three-quarters of the residents of Colombo, Sri Lanka, were fora 
live as tenants. Now, to encourage home ownership and minimize landlord exploitation, Sri Lanka 
legislation enabling low-income families to buy their own houses and apartments. Long-tt 
low-interest mortgages are available. Aided self-help proiects enable families to improve sub-stan 
housing and build their own homes. Rental boards mediate tenant-landlord disputes. A 1976 produc 
(unchs; ui) 



HONG KONG 

j-h-c-a 26 minutes H00020VC color:$2 

Aerial and street-scene photomontages present aspects of the 236 islands and the multinati 
populations which constitute Hong Kong. Instructions for travelers regarding entry docume 
currency, and language are given, as are recommendations for sightseeing in the many places feati 
All types of transportation may be hired for seeing the country, from rickshaw to helicopter. I 
prices given, being as of production date, are not valid. %" U-Matic videocassette. '75 (?) (bon; t 



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HOSPITALS DON'T BURN DOWN 

h-c-a 24 minutes 84716 color:$1 

A vivid reenactment of a major hospital fire and its causes. Smoking in bed after lights oi 
irresponsible. But what of those who have not helped by taking steps to prevent the possibility? \ 
both are added to lack of fire safety and escape training, the results are multiple tragedie 
dramatized documentary. A 1980 production, (fiau; pyr) 



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HOSTAGE: AN ENDLESS TERROR 

h-c-a 40 minutes 90385 coior:$2 

Resumes the history and gives some of the implications of terrorism as expressed in the holding 
threatening of hostages. Shows a deliberately staged seizure of hostages at a police convention, v 
turns out to be for training purposes. Begins historical review with the September, 1970 Mid 
hijacking incident, goes on to include the seizure of Israeli children in 1974, the kidnapping of Set J*Kt 
in West Germany in 1977, the seizure of a train in Holland in 1977 by Mollucan nationalists, and 
incidents. Interviews terrorists and former hostages. A 1978 production, (abe/megh; erm/megh) 



A HOUSE DIVIDED, PART 1: CHANGE AND REFORM 

h-c-a 16 minutes 56597 color:$l 

A film designed to reveal "the things the tour guides don't tell you" about the Hous: Hifc 
Representatives. Interviews with congressmen and women reveal, "You don't always know what yi fcm,, 
voting on — there's no time to master the amount of information you need." "There are too i 1|s ( 
subcommittees (185) and too much legislation." Committee chairs no longer have the power the 1 



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-lis makes the organization more democratic, but less able to do anything. Cohesiveness of interest, 
;ji expressed in exchange of support for bills, no longer exists. The House is now split into about a 

i caucuses; steel, Black, farm, freshman, northeast, etc. Watergate 'backlash' put in many new 
lquite young and independent types: idealistic, but inexperienced. The study is hosted by 

d-winning TV journalist Nancy Dickerson. A 1979 production, (capcc with ga; ab) 

)USE DIVIDED, PART 2: LOBBIES AND CRITICS 

.) a 16 minutes 56598 color:$ 15.00 

Irsstimate has it that the number of lobbyists in Washington has increased from 8000 to 15,000 in 

lust five years. In the words of one congressman, "Walking through the hall, you feel as if your vote 

( ,l the auction block." Fred Wertheimer, of the Public Affairs Lobby Common Cause, asserts that 

al interest groups are now going to dominate government policy. Many times, money is being used 

[ ep things from happening. Congressmen facing this in Washington, face discouraging criticism and 

,^1 :icism at home. 49 of them retired this year. "Sometimes," says one, "you'd like to give your vote 

V < iur constituents to let them find out just what it means to have to decide yes or no on a very 

ilex issue — it's just not that easy any more." A 1979 production, (capcc with ga; ab) 



HOUSEFLY (THIRD EDITION) 

15 minutes 50624 color: $14.25 

(magnification and photomicrography to portray the nature and habits of the common housefly, 
ing ways in which it is a health menace. Traces its physical development from egg through larval 
— noupal stages to the emergence of the young fly. Magnified views reveal its structure. A 1982 
ruction, (ifub; eb) 



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color: $18 50 
Film sale: $300.00 
Cassette sale: $180. 00 
itions the desirability of housing families in high-rise apartment blocks as an easy solution to 
- vng shortages. Smaller units of low-rise buildings, with a mix of old and young, married and single, 
own to be more cohesive, liveable communities. Prefabricated units offer speed and variety of 
ruction; housing committees can have effective input into planning and development. Stresses 
tance of color, creative playgrounds, tenants' right to modify homes, and protection of residential 
from traffic. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



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SES HAVE HISTORY 

15 minutes 57053 color:$1375 

a class field trip in San Francisco to show and identify period styles of architecture and 
itectural detail, with the dates of their popularity. Styles covered are Italianate, Victorian, Classic, 
s p i shingle, bungalow, prairie school, and ranch. Vocabulary for detail includes balustrade, gable, 



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SES AND PEOPLE 

20 minutes 



:o, cupola, fimal, etc. Children familiarize themselves with the forms by sketching. A 1980 
ction. (chu) 



ARE YOU? 

15 minutes 52566 color:$ 10.00 

lines notions of mental 'health' and 'illness' in an animated format. Explores the nature of mental 
ems in simple, readily understandable terms. Offers suggestions for promoting and maintaining 
I health. A 1966 production, (npi/mdpw; apa) 



I DOES A DBMS WORK? (COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS) 

25 minutes 84795 color: $20. 50 

>es on a simplified model of data base management, based on CODASYL ideas involving 
siMi jnents fairly common among systems. Covers schema, physical description, subschema, schema 
Ifpni ssing and internal storage, storage mechanism, links, retrieval. Data examples are from Overseas 
iner as in previous programme. A 1978 production, (bbc / openu; umed) 



MUCH DO YOU SMELL? 

50 minutes 2 reels 70567 color: $27. 25 

> experiments designed to find a basic system for categorizing smells, which would correspond to 
ary colors" for the visual system. Finds broad variation in human ability to detect odor: one in 
itosfe eople are unable to detect the perfume of freesias. Shows pheromone experiments with animals; 
lates about the significance of odors for subliminal communication in humans. A 1980 production. 
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TO CREATE A NON-PERSON 

18 minutes COO0 1 1:b & w:$ 10. OO 

satire, irony and humor to illustrate 'how not to treat patients.' In a series of vignettes it is shown 
the thoughtlessness of staff members can confuse patients, depersonalize, and create 
dencies. A 1979 production, (rblu; apa) 



TO CURE INFLATION (FREE TO CHOOSE, [9]) 

58 minutes 2 reels 70601 color: $26. 50 

nes the phenomenon of inflation. Uses Britain as an example of how inflation weakens the social 
; Japan as an example of a country which had the courage to stick to policies that required 
jnial for long enough to cure inflation. Cites "bracket-creep" as the politician's friend: he can 
ice people he is cutting taxes when he really isn't. Examines traditional scapegoats as causes for 
on, rejecting these and laying the blame on government regulation. Reel 2 debates the issues. A 
production, (wqln/vida; pennc) 



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TO GET THE MOST OUT OF MARGINAL EMPLOYEES 

25 minutes 84610 color: $18. 50 

ds for identifying, handling for improved performance and, if necessary, firing, marginal 

yees are reviewed. Reasons for marginality include lack of ability, boredom, and personal 

ms. These people account for more than 80% of industry's problems: low production, poor 

high overhead. Methods include identifying the cause, making initial recommendations to the 



employee with new chances or reassignments within reason. Prepare carefully for each step; if you 
have to fire a person, it should not come as a surprise. A 1979 production, (bbp) 

HOW TO SAVE A DROWNING VICTIM: THE HEIMLICH MANEUVER 

j-h-c-a 17 minutes 56838 color: $16.00 

Explains why the Heimlich Maneuver is the most effective first aid procedure for drowning victims, and 
demonstrates its correct application. Interviews Dr. Henry J. Heimlich, who assists with the 
explanations. A 1981 production, (chca; aims) 

HOW TO SAY "GOOD BUY!" 

j-h 11 minutes 50378 color: $12. 50 

A teen-age girl considering the purchase oi contact lenses illustrates the essential steps in good 
decision-making: comparison shopping and information-gathering, the identification of relevant 
alternatives and the anticipation of consequences, assessing the purchase against your personal value 
system, and making and accepting the decision. A 1981 production, (cec) 

HOW TO STAY FREE (FREE TO CHOOSE, [10]) 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 70602 color: $26. 50 

Delineates the nature of the distribution of power in Washington, focusing on one lobbyist and his 
activities. Points out that the presence of special interest groups, each with its own representation in 
government offices, leads to agencies working against each other: "The results cancel out, but the 
costs don't." Examines some effects of HEW (increased medical costs, decreased quality of education, 
status of the social security system) whose annual budget is smaller only than those of the U.S. and of 
Russia. Interviews Graham Turner, author of Business in Britain. Reel 2 debates the issues. A 1979 
production, (wqln/vida; pennc) 

HOW TO SURVIVE IN YOUR KITCHEN 

i-j-h 15 minutes 57108 color: $14.00 

Covers four basic ways to maximize kitchen safety: use common sense with electrical appliances, 
organize for safety, pay attention to what you are doing, and store food properly. Skits illustrate the 
types of dangers and their solutions. A 1981 production, (vifi; ab) 

HUCKLEBERRY FINN 

j-h-c-a 74 minutes 3 reels 77015 color:$33.50 

Dramatization based on Mark Twain's novel, filmed on location, recounts the true-to-life adventures of 
Huck and his friends Tom Sawyer and the runaway slave, Jim, with the great river. Emphasizes the way 
in which Huck and Jim grow to appreciate each other as human beings. Stars Ron Howard as Huck, 
Antonio Fargas as Jim, Royal Dano as Mark Twain. A 1975 production, (abc) 

THE HUMAN BODY: CIRCULATORY SYSTEM (SECOND EDITION) 

j-h-c 16 minutes 50332 color:$ 16.00 

Illustrates, using animation, the flow of plasma, red and white cells, nutrients and waste throughout the 
body. Explains the construction, role, and operation of the human heart and its double circuit of veins 
and arteries. Examines the role of nerve impulses, horomones, and the lymphatic system as it relates to 
the circulatory. A 1980 production, (c) 

THE HUMAN BODY: DIGESTIVE SYSTEM (SECOND EDITION) 

j-h-c 16 minutes 50463 color:$14.50 

Traces the movement of food and the chemical changes it undergoes in the digestive system: the 
extraction of nutrients and their routing to cells, and the disposal of waste products. Shows the roles of 
the various parts by means of animation, microphotography and x-ray. A 1980 production, (c) 

THE HUMAN BODY: EXCRETORY SYSTEM (SECOND EDITION) 

j-h-c 14 minutes 50932 color:$ 14.00 

Animation portrays the work of kidneys, lungs, skin and intestines in removing nitrogen compounds, 
salts, water, carbon dioxide and heat from the blood. Explains regulation of excretory organs by the 
endocrine glands. A 1980 production, (c) 

THE HUMAN BODY: MUSCULAR SYSTEM (SECOND EDITION) 

j-h-c 11 minutes 05041 color: $12. 25 

Portrays nature, structure, function and interaction of the nearly four hundred muscles which make up 
approximately half the weight of a normal body. Uses animation, live action, x-ray, micro and 
endoscopic photography to illustrate, distinguishing striated, smooth and cardiac muscles, and 
explaining the role of electrical impulses in movement. A 1980 production, (c) 

THE HUMAN BODY: NERVOUS SYSTEM (SECOND EDITION) 

j-h-c 22 minutes 50637 color: $19.00 

Describes the structure of neurons, explaining with animation how their structure enables them to 
transmit electrochemical impulses. Describes the main parts of the brain, discussing right / left 
hemisphere specialization. Compares sensory-motor pathways involving conscious, unconscious and 
reflex response. A 1980 production, (c) 

THE HUMAN BODY: REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM (SECOND EDITION) 

j-h-c 15 minutes 51600 color: $14. 50 

Animation illustrates the role of pituitary hormones in the maturation and functioning of reproductive 
systems in the human male and female. Compares structures and functions of the two systems, 
explains how the fertilized egg receives half its chromosomes from each parent. A 1980 production, (c) 

THE HUMAN BODY: RESPIRATORY SYSTEM (SECOND EDITION) 

j-h-c 13 minutes 60061 color: $ 1350 

Explains the physical and chemical handling of air by the various parts of the human respiratory 
system, using animation, micro and endoscopic photography, and x-ray. Describes the feedback system 
which monitors the body's need for oxygen, showing what occurs at molecular, cellular and organic 
levels. A 1980 production, (c) 



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THE HUMAN BODY: SKELETAL SYSTEM (SECOND EDITION) 

j-h-c 12 minutes 57006 color: $ 13.25 

Presents the nature of the human bone framework, in its multiple roles as protector and basic structure 
for other body parts. Uses animation and x-ray photography to illustrate roles and relationships of 
bones, and their interconnections. A 1980 production, (c) 

THE HUMAN BODY: SYSTEMS WORKING TOGETHER 

j-h-c-a 15 minutes 56643 color:$ 16.00 

Coordination and complex interaction of systems is clarified and demonstrated through animation. Uses 
microphotography, motion x-ray, and endoscopic pictures to illustrate, relating them with animated 
diagrams. A 1980 production, (c) 

THE HUMAN BODY: THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 

j-h-c-a 15 minutes 56655 color: $14. 50 

Animation clarifies the location and function of the glands in the endocrine system: pituitary, thyroid 
and parathyroid, Islets of Langerhans, adrenals, testes / ovaries. Edited together with live footage, to 
relate healthful activities to these invisible supportive processes. A 1980 production, (inmi; c) 

THE HUMAN NERVOUS SYSTEM 

i-j-h 13 minutes 57046 color: $ 13.25 

Explains the structure and functioning of the human nervous system by comparison with simpler 
systems (hydra, earthworm), and by animation. Deals with roles of neurons, medulla, cerebellum and 
cerebral cortex. Uses the incident of a burned finger to show system action. Analytical diagrams show 
neuronal structure: nucleus, axon, end brush, dendrites. A 1981 production, (chu) 

THE HUMAN PROBLEM IN MANAGEMENT: APPROACHES TO ORGANIZATIONAL 
BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84841 color:$ 17.25 

Reviews the five steps in industrial relations theory for performance improvement analysis: selection of 
critical behavior, measuring that behavior, analysing consequences, selecting strategy, and evaluation. 
Targets "feedback" as critical to performance, asserts that 98% of feedback systems in organizations 
are deficient. Largely lecture / question format, with use of overhead projector. A 1978 production, 
(hip; dai) 

HUMAN SETTLEMENTS AND ENERGY CONSERVATION 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84908 color: $2 1.25 

Film sale:$375.00 
Cassette sale: $225. 00 
Describes fuel savings and new sources of energy in the U.S. Smaller, more economical cars are being 
bought; buses and car-pools have priority on commuter highways; the 55 mph speed limit is mandatory. 
Better insulated, higher-density housing, fuel-efficient office buildings and practical solar heating 
systems are being developed. Power station waste heat is being redirected for residential and 
commercial use, as is garbage incineration after extraction of metals. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

THE HUNGRY WALRUS (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 

k-p 6 minutes 05033 color:$ 10.50 

Orfik, who is the best carver in his Eskimo village, carves a snow statue of a baby walrus, which, during 
the night, comes to life and threatens to eat everything in sight, growing to gigantic size. As he is about 
to eat Orfik's igloo, Orfik wakes up. Puppet animation. Available also in French under the title LE 
CAUCHEMAR (LE MORSE AFFAME). A 1982 production, (ancan; befi) 

THE HUNT FOR THE LEGION KILLER 

h-c-a 57 minutes 2 reels 70591 color:$28.00 

A true scientific detective story resumes the history and status of research on legionella, species 
pneumophilia, which causes "Legionnaire's Disease." Covers the long and discouraging struggle to 
isolate and identify the organism, and to trace the way in which it spreads. Shows how growing 
knowledge linked other outbreaks: Michigan, Indiana, Tennessee, Oxford, England. Explains why the case 
was so difficult, emphasizes the dogged perseverance which broke it. The organism can exist in tap 
water, but people are not infected by drinking, only by inhalation of mist. A 1981 production, 
(bbc/wgbh; tlf) 

HURRICANE HIGGINS 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83674 color:$18.75 

Traces the rise to popularity of snooker as a working-class sport, attributing it to the surprising skill of 
Alex Higgins of Belfast, who became World Professional Snooker Champion at the unprecedented age of 
23. Fanatic for perfection and excitement, Higgins shook "the suave, professional snooker world" with 
his rise to fame, documented in this film. A 1974 production, (thtv; bon) 



HYDROGEN CHEMISTRY (CHEM 101) 

c-a 16 minutes %" U-Matic 



CO0 130 



color: $3 1.50 
Cassette Sale: $140.00 
Begins with the formation of hydrogen by natural means and a discussion of the hydrogen geocorona. 
Compounds of hydrogen are classified by chemical and physical properties. Those compounds discussed 
in some detail are the hydrogen halides. Properties which are examined for covalent halides are 
solubility in aqueous solutions and oxidation. Ionic hydrides and interstitial hydrides are compared to 
the covalent halides. Hydrogenation is given as a demonstration of the usefulness of hydrogen to 
industry. A 1974 production, (ui) 

[HYSTERIA: LANGUAGE OF THE BODY] (L'HYSTERIE: LANGAGE DU CORPS) 

c-a 43 minutes %" U-Matic K00063 color:$33.00 

Cassette Sale: $387.00 
Examines the phenomenon of conversion disorders which result in the physical expression of pain that 
is actually of mental origin. Usually associated with a suppressed conflict or with traumatic memories, 
it is considered by professionals to be the physical manifestation of an unbearable idea. The patient 
himself has no clue to its meaning. Examines several individual cases, strangest of which is a travelling 



patient who has managed to convince twenty different surgeons that he might be helped by surgery 
1967 production, (jabo) 



IBM AT THE FAIR 

j-h-c-a 8 minutes 04976 color:$10. 

The Eames camera captures the spirit of the IBM Pavillion at the 1964-65 New York World's Fa 
exhibits, media presentations, architecture and spectators (sometimes pixillated) reveal aspects unio 
to the filmic presentation. A 1965 production, (ere; pyr) 



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I AM A RUNNER 

j-h-c-a 22 minutes 56599 color:$16. 

Sharon Barbano, Women's 30,000 Meter champion and Bill Rodgers, U.S. Marathon record holder t 
about improving warm-up and running techniques. Tips for novice runners are included w 
slow-motion studies of the styles of women running champions — proper arm swing, stride, a i 
landing. Jacqueline Hansen narrates documentary footage of the Bonnie Bell 10,000 Meter Run 
Boston, an event in which 4,500 women participate. Attention is focused on the strategy of the r; 
and the inclusion of the habit of running into the women's lifestyles. A 1979 production, (yhann; c) 



I CALL IT WORK 

h-c-a 22 minutes 57011 color:$16 i 

Explores cases in which people have made radical changes from highly remunerative jobs because si 
jobs provided them no sense of inner satisfaction. Interviews a former lawyer who now works a 
publisher. Questions a system which has caused such widespread discontent with its absence of hurr 
values. A 1979 production, (desu; fi) 

I KNOW A SECRET 

/-/ 25 minutes 85171 color :$2C\ 

Set on Prince Edward Island in the early thirties, dramatically recounts the story of Jane Lawrence, i j 
goes to stay with an aunt in the country after the death of her father. Taunted by two of the It i 
children with a secret that concerns her identity, Jane learns about self-esteem, independent think/ 
and peer pressure. Adapted from the short story by Lucy Maud Montgomery. A 1982 production, (a j 
befi) 

I REMEMBER HARLEM, PART 1: THE EARLY YEARS (1600-1930) 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 98942 color: $21 

Resumes the years of the area during which it changed from Lenape, an Indian settlement to Nin 
Haarlem, to Harlem, and from rural to residential to metropolitan. Interviews people who were yo* 
during the years when Harlem featured fine housing and space to build more, when Blacks and wtv 
found unity in aesthetic mutual interest, when the city was 'a safe and beautiful place for promena 
full of ice cream parlors and evenings of family music' Reviews some signs of the coming troubles: 
Black 369th regiment had to serve under the flag of France in the first world war, because a 
service was "for whites only," and "Hell's Kitchen" earned its name as the scene of Saturday n 
ethnic brawls. Features introductory footage cut to the rhythm of "Take the A-Train." Sponsored I 
grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. A 1980 production, (wnet; ffth) 



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I REMEMBER HARLEM, PART 2: THE DEPRESSION YEARS (1930-1940) 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 98943 color:$2> 

Reviews the changing ethnic composition of the community: Irish, Italian, Black and Spanish immigr. 
move in to mix with the Dutch, Swedish and Jewish population already there. By.the early 19$ 
central Harlem is almost entirely Black. Gives characteristics of the residences and amusements of 
time: people lived in "cold water flats," danced at the Irish Dance Hall, listened to Father Divine, pi; 
"The Black Penny Game" derived from the Louisiana Lottery. The depression brought special kind 
hardships, as later the discontinuance of the WPA, which was a major tragedy in this area. Reco 
the rise of Adam Clayton Powell, shows footage of the Louis-Schnelling fight and assesses its impat 
the Black world. Interviews Blacks of outstanding achievement such as author James Baldwin and J 
Bruce Wright. Ends with footage showing a dance at the famous Savoy, (wnet; ffth) 



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I REMEMBER HARLEM, PART 3: TOWARD FREEDOM (1940-1965) 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 98944 color:$2 

Continues to present milestones in the struggle for equality: the Harlem Job Commission, the picki 
of stores which would not hire Blacks, the career of Adam Clayton Powell. Recalls the career fc;, fs , 
performers such as Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Louis Armstrong, Lena Home. Interviews Vivian H< 
who was a performer at the famous Apollo Theatre. Covers the 1943 riots, a discussion of the 
wars; includes footage of Castro's reception on a visit to Harlem. Comments on the tragedies o 
1960's, the beginning of the drug problem. Introduces Malcolm X. A 1980 production, (wnet; ffth) 



I REMEMBER HARLEM, PART 4: TOWARD A NEW DAY (1965-1980) 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 98945 color: $2 

Analyses the history of the formation of the Black attitude toward police; resumes the principh 
Malcolm X and of Black Nationalism. Reviews the careers of Martin Luther King, of Adam Clayton P 
as Congressman, of Rap Brown and Stokeley Carmichael. Rev. Charles Kenyatta and Attorney 
Walker present the somber side: the drug problem, an attempt to found and run a Black cooper 
supermarket which ran afoul of the politics of prejudice. Visits churches in the community and te 
their role in housing redevelopment and urban programs. Features a Black choir singing "Goin' Hoi 
Live with God." A 1980 production, (wnet; ffth) 

I WASN'T SCARED 

p-i-j 17 minutes 56969 color: $; 

Dramatizes a narrow escape stemming from a young boy's ignoring posted warning signs, persu 
his sister to enter fenced military land, and finding an old bomb. Features a rescue by members t 
Canadian National Defense squad. A 1977 production, (cdnd / nfbc; ab) 



IBIZA 

j-h-c-a 26 minutes H00012VC color:$2^^ 

Second largest of the Balearic Islands, in the Mediterranean between Spain and Africa, Ibiza offe * 
that a tourist could want of perfect climate, a sense of ancient history, and the slow pace of a difl \ 



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■' e. The Punic museum offers reminders of the role the island has played as a cultural crossroads 
ver 3000 years. Hints for travellers are given in the narration, but prices are as of production 
i%" U-Matic videocassette. 75 (?) (bon; heri) 



INFLATION - THE FIRE THAT WON'T GO OUT / 41 



IPAN CAN...WHY CAN'T WE? 

80 minutes 2 reels 98924 color: $45.00 

'ws ingredients in Japan's phenomenal growth in productivity. Emphasizes worker participation, 
;y control, and the statistical analysis methods of Dr. W. Edwards Deming. Shows results in U.S. 
ries now trying similar methods. An NBC White Paper, produced in 1980. (nbc; fi) 



GROWING, I'M CHANGING (GROWING UP, WITH SANDY OFFENHEIM) 

1 1 minutes 050 15 color:$ 1 1. 75 



He problems of feeling "in between" little and big are explored as the caterpillars become 
Irflies at last. Songs include "I Swallowed My Tooth for Lunch," and "I'm Growing, I'm Changing." 
10 production, (pwti; befi) 



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;ES OF THE WILD: A PORTRAIT OF ROBERT BATEMAN 

xal 22 minutes 56847 color: $18.00 

s Canadian artist-naturalist Robert Bateman at work, filming and painting the wildlife he loves so 
jboth in Canada and in Africa. Canada has honored at least two of his works by featuring them on 
al issues of Canadian postage stamps. Shows the ways in which he uses photographs, natural 
ts and clay models as themic elements in his paintings. A 1978 production, (nfbc; benf) 



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11: [BEEGIE AND THE EGG] 

7 minutes 05021 color: $10. 50 

ites the story of a Masai girl whose dream strengthens her faith and brightens her life. Shows 
thing of Masai culture and opens discussions about what it can mean to be brave. A 1976 
ction. (ngsa; befi) 



ORTAL IMAGE 

3 22 minutes 56586 color: $14. 50 

ntation of the lifestyle, philosophy and works of one of Canada's leading sculptors, Leo Mol, who 
,, through the lost wax method, in bronze. In an abandoned schoolhouse in Winnepeg, Manitoba, he 
is studio. The entire procedure of a sculpture / portrait is shown, from the initial modeling 
wi gh every step of the craftsman's work, which Mol does personally, for complete control. Shows 
others of Mol's works, revealing his sensitivity to the expression of character in sculpture. A 
production, (slno; far) 



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IMPACT OF TELEVISION 

20 minutes 56683 color:$ 15.50 

gh interviews with television personalities and media critics, selected footage from currently 
ar shows, and studies of two families (one seeing television for the first time, the other doing 
ut it for the first time), examines the nature of television's varied effects in the human 
unity. A 1980 production, (eb) 



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10 minutes 04925 color:$ 12.50 

ated to Oskar Fischinger and animated entirely by means of Avery self-adhesive labels, this 
tfully amusing war between a red arrow and a white dot ends in impasse. A film by Frank Mouris 
INK FILM fame, with Caroline Mouris. A 1978 production, (fern; phpr) 



IMPROVEMENT OF RURAL HABITAT 

12 minutes 



56878 



color :$ 13.50 
Film sale: $180.00 
Cassette sale:$ 110.00 
ares traditional housebuilding materials — mud, woven walls, banana leaf roofs — with new 
ials like brick and corrugated metal, then focuses on a thriving agricultural colony where farmers 
owing diversified cash crops of tea, coffee, sugar, bananas, papayas and corn in Rwanda. Villages 
it from piped water, well-organized schools and comprehensive health-care clinics offering 
nity and hygiene education for women. Local credit union gives farmers financial security, savings 
ti'i iredit when needed. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



IMPROVEMENT OF RURAL HABITAT IN KAGANDA 

i 10 minutes 56879 color:$ 13.00 

Film sale:$1 50.00 

Cassette sale:$90.00 

nents a cooperative experiment in Burundi where people learn to build themselves better housing, 

mainly local materials with minimum dependence on imports. Villagers work under the supervision 

fI , S l laid instructor. Combining traditional and modern techniques, houses are built of laterite, mixed 

lry and adobe, outside walls receiving an extra coating of cement. Doors are made of split logs; 

cptus wood frames covered with corrugated tin form the roof. There have been some difficulties 

e ransportation and financing; future plans include a rural credit union. A 1976 production, (unchs; 

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WORLD OF THEIR OWN 

i 26 minutes 83666 color: $18. 25 

nes the nature and problems of autism through three specific cases in Britain's Radlett School for 
ic Children. Eventually the school will be able to handle 30— but there are 5000 autistic children 
tain, of whom only 700 can be helped by special education. Interviews families and attempts to 
iew the autistic. Several ages are represented. A 1974 production, (thtv; bon) 



^JASEOFFIRE (SECOND EDITION) 

ral 17 minutes 56746 color: $14. 75 

is combustion and explains dangers; enumerates hazards, preventive measures and escape tactics. 
t ,,.* es safety precautions for storage of flammable materials, types and uses of fire extinguishers, 
* elements and critical importance of escape plans. A 1981 production, (eb) 



IN DARK PLACES: REMEMBERING THE HOLOCAUST 

j-h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 70495 color: $28. 50 

It was the fimmaker's aim to show "how we remember — and why we might try to forget..." the 
holocaust. As the daughter of a couple who survived the holocaust, filmmaker Gma Blumenfeld has not 
sought to reconstruct the historical event, but to trace and analyse the nature of its presence in the 
thinking — drama, art, film, writing, and political rhetoric — of the present. A 1978 production. 
(phpr) 

IN LOVELAND: STORY OF A TEEN-AGE SUICIDE 

j-h-c-a 28 minutes 85037 color: $20.00 

Documentary review of circumstances surrounding the suicide of a teenage boy in Colorado. His family 
and friends piece together the events and feehgs which preceded the suicide, speculating on what they 
might have done. A teen discussion group frankly identifies suicide as "a way to get back at parents." 
Encourages viewers to be aware of warning signs. A 1981 production, (j-h-c-a) 

IN SEARCH OF JUSTICE 

h-c-a 28 minutes 84632 color: $20. 00 

Seeks to reduce the complexity of the legal system for the understanding of the viewer by showing the 
operation of its various components during a typical day. Henry Fonda as narrator links scenes of 
clients consulting attorneys, attorneys before courtrooms, law students in classes, a legislative session, 
a meeting of the supreme court, and the president signing a bill into law. A 1978 production, (amffo; 
ab) 

IN THE BEGINNING 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 70502 color: $27. 50 

Lord Kenneth Clark's view of Egypt's contribution to civilization emphasizes the ways in which it 
flourished, and the reasons for its longevity, which he says "depended on her respect for the natural 
order of things — on renewal, the husbanding of nature, the feeling of sympathy for fellow creatures, 
both human and animal, and the belief that some part of us is immortal." A 1976 production, (rd; pyr) 

[IN VITRO ORGANOTYPE CULTURE OF HUMAN MALIGNANT TUMORS] (CULTURE 
ORGANOTYPIQUE IN VITRO DE TUMEURS MALIGNES) 

c-a 25 minutes 3 A" U-Matic K00029 color: $28.00 

Cassette Sale: $225.00 
Time-lapse cinephotomicrography (with the equivalent of 4 seconds=l day) shows actual tumor 
growth. In vitro culture is used to provide cancers for experimenters trying to determine which 
substances promote, and which inhibit, growth. Shows phases of the laboratory technique, including 
those which identify sources of nourishment for abnormal cells. Elaborates on the discovery of foods 
other than living tissue; lists among the advantages of the procedure the opportunity to identify special 
characteristics of various cancers. A 1970 production, (jabo) 

INCIDENT AT BROWN'S FERRY 

h-c-a 59 minutes 70482 color: $29. 50 

Concerns a fire started by a nuclear power plant worker while checking for air leaks using a lit candle 
— the result was a $150 million loss, no deaths or injuries. Scientists, professionals, and lay people 
examine what could have happened, and, in presenting different sides of the nuclear debate, expose the 
strengths and weaknesses of current plant designs. Uses animation to illustrate some of the risks which 
continue to plague the nuclear industry. Narrated for NOVA by Richard Kiley. Mounted on two reels. A 
1977 production, (wgbh; tlf) 

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSIVE TECHNIQUES (CAPTIONED) 

j-h-c 15 minutes 57019 color:$ 12.75 

This captioned version makes content accessible to hearing impaired. For description, see original 
entry. (Ika; mcfi) 

INFANT DEVELOPMENT IN THE KIBBUTZ 

c-a 28 minutes 84927 color:$15.75 

Films typical daily activities in a kibbutz 'baby house,' explaining the concepts which have produced the 
arrangements and methods. Emphasizes the role of the 'metapelet,' or care-giver, the small size of the 
group, the home atmosphere, the scheduling of a late afternoon period about three hours long when the 
entire family is together. Enumerates results: a precocious interest in pictures and symbols, early social 
interaction and language development, a relative absence of stress in the shift from mother to 
metapelet. Filmed at Kibbutz Dahlia. A 1979 production, (ethn; scamp) 

INFINITE HORIZONS: SPACE BEYOND APOLLO 

h-c-a 27 minutes 84637 color: $18.50 

Using historical film, models, and NASA simulations, seeks to convey plans for the launching of a space 
shuttle, of a satellite with a telescope similar to the one at Mount Palomar observatory, of 
solar-collector satellites, of laser weaponry, and of the implications of these plans for life on earth. A 
1979 production, (abc) 

[INFLAMMATION AND ITS MECHANISMS] ([-'INFLAMMATION ET SES 
MECANISMES) 

c-a 19 minutes %■" U-Matic K00030 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $171.00 
Studies causal mechanisms for the deposit of microcrystals in joint spaces and the ensuing 
inflammatory manifestations. Focuses particularly on gout, explaining with animation and arthroscopic 
photographs. Lists several chemicals useful in mediating such inflammation. Prize for the best medical 
film, Entretiens de Bichat, 1975. (jabo) 

INFLATION - THE FIRE THAT WON'T GO OUT 

h-c-a 46 minutes 90325 color:$27.00 

Examines the causal factors which contribute to this economic disease: deficit spending, the 'buy now' 
syndrome, the foreign view of dollar value, declining productivity, and the wage-price spiral. Examines 
the mysterious resistance of the current set of problems to traditional remedies. A 1979 production, 
(capec; abc) 



42 / [INFLUENZA VACCINE] (VACCIN GRIPPAL: FABRICATION ET CONTROLES) 



[INFLUENZA VACCINE] (VACCIN GRIPPAL: FABRICATION ET CONTROLES) 

c-a 13 minutes W U-Matic K00072 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $117.00 
Covers the manufacture, storage, testing, and distribution of viral innoculants. Lists components and 
methodology of preparation, showing estimation of concentration, freezing, elements of purity control 
and the testing of virulence. Includes preparation of individual syringes, screening and labelling, storage 
conditions. A 1978 production, (jabo) 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND DATA BASES (COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION 
SYSTEMS) 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84793 color:$20.50 

Introduces principal features of computer-based information systems by examining a credit card system 
administered by the Joint Credit Card Company. Uses diagrams to show file structures, information 
flow, and transactions. Discusses alternative file structures, using links which permit holding data for 
dual purposes without duplicate, separate, data holdings. A 1979 production, (bbc / openu; umed) 

INSECT LIFE CYCLES 

j-h-c-a 15 minutes 56702 color: $14.50 

Presents close-up photographic documentation of insect life cycles, distinguishing simple from complete 
metamorphosis. Included are several types of moths and butterflies, wasps, cicadas, praying mantis. A 
1980 production, (cec) 

INSECTS: THE LOVELY AND THE LETHAL 

i-j-h 23 minutes 84718 color:$16.50 

How insects have evolved and adapted, and what they contribute to ecology is documented in this film. 
Defines chemical and biological insect control, explains chemical side-effects. Covers physical 
characteristics and reproductive processes. A 1980 production, (eb) 

INSIDE THE MOUNTAIN 

j-h-c-a 16 minutes 57020 color:$ 13.25 

Tells the story of tungsten: its characteristics, identification and naming (Swedish for "heavy stone,") 
its principal locations on the globe, the procedures for its mining and the best known industrial uses. A 
1973 production, (naf; mcfi) 

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INSTEAD OF PRISONS: REHABILITATING OFFENDERS 

c-a 26 minutes 81744 b&w:$ 10.00 

Visits PORT (Probationed Offenders Rehabilitation and Training), a community-based treatment facility 
designed as an alternative to jail. Narrator/commentator is Dr. Francis Tyce. A 1972 production, 
(wwmp; apa) 

INSURANCE NEEDS FOR SMALL BUSINESS (MANAGEMENT CLINIC SERIES) 

c-a 19 minutes 57002 color:$ 16.75 

Lists ways for identifying and minimizing risks in a small business venture. Covers nine potential risk 
areas, counsels which can best be absorbed, which insured, which prevented. Advises obtaining 
professional help in establishing a program, and insisting on an annual review to track changing 
circumstances. A 1982 production, (fbdb; befi) 

[THE INTESTINAL IMMUNE BARRIER] (LA BARRIERE IMMUNITAIRE INTESTINALE) 

c-a 20 minutes %" U-Matic K00031 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $180.00 
Lists and describes pathological states involving the immune system in the small intestine, illustrating 
by means of diagrams, photomicrographic pictures, and X-rays. Covers clinical aspects (radiology, 
biopsy, immuno-fluorescence, and antigen stimulation tests). A 1979 production, (jabo) 

INTO THE EARTH 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84782 color: $20 50 

Demonstrates experimentally the relationships in the formula relating wave velocity to density and 
elastic modulus of the medium. Distinguishes compressional pulses (P-waves) from transverse pulses 
(S-waves) and shows how they relate in two and three-dimensional media. Then applies these principles 
to earthquake waves, to show what can be learned from them about earth's structure and core. The 
recording of P and S-wave earth tremors and times, and the tracing of successive wave-paths through 
earth's core, illustrates the evidence for a high-velocity solid inner core. Predicts that earth's structure 
can be assessed, even to possible rock types, by this method. A 1978 production, (bbc / openu; umed) 

INTRODUCING JANET 

j-h-c-a 25 minutes 85000 color: $2 1.00 

Dramatizes the events which bring an uncertain and insecure teen-age girl out of role-playing and into 
self-discovery. School scenes reveal her writing talent and the blustery, bogus person she pretends to 
be. Scenes at a young people's club specializing in humor, where she goes to research a paper on what 
makes people laugh, show the potentially attractive real person she is growing into. A 1981 production, 
(cflf; befi) 

INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM (CHEM 101) 

c-a 22 minutes %" U-Matic CO0 126 color: $42.00 

Cassette Sale: $190.00 
Defines and gives examples of physical equilibrium as a basis for understanding the concept of chemical 
equilbirum. Explains and gives examples of homogenous and heterogeneous equilibria. Describes and 
graphs the Haber Process, used in industry for the synthesis of ammonia. Covers the Law of Mass 
Action and the formula for calculating the Equilibrium Constant. Emphasizes the importance of using 
the proper units for this calculation (Provides discussion break here.) Explains Le Chateher's principle 
and its application to constant temperature reactions; then explains temperature-dependence of the 
Equilibrium Constant, showing how to predict the effect of temperature change on endothermic and 



exothermic processes. Defines and discusses the role of catalysts. Shows how to expreil 
concentration of solid substances and how to calculate the Solubility Product Constant. Explail 
common ion effect. A 1976 production, (ui) 



INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY (CHEM 101) 

c-a 19 minutes %" U-Matic C00119 color:$ 

Cassette Sale: $1 
Identifies the beginning of chemistry with man's observation and use of metals. Drawings review i 
and Iron Ages; Egyptian and Roman artifacts (metal and glass) illustrate chemical history 
beginning of chemical theory. Reviews Greek contribution to atomic theory, beginnings of experii 
science, pinpointing basis of current periodic table at Cannizzaro's proposal for determining a si 
weight. Explains necessary modifications leading to Atomic-Mass-Unit. Shows atomic models, exp 
their function and rationale. Distinguishes physical from chemical properties and provides a disc 
break for clarification of the concept. Reviews organization of the periodic table. A 1978 prodi 
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AN INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOTHERAPY 

c-a 19 minutes 52580 b & w:$ 

Charts fears of new patients in entering psychotherapy by presenting a conversation betwee 
young girls in the waiting room of an outpatient clinic. Covers reluctance to admit the ne 
treatment, concern about length of treatment, apprehension with regard to social stigma, expecl 
of the doctor, and so on. A 1972 production, (vigr; apa) 



INUIT LEGENDS SERIES 
Captures the essence of Eskimo legends, used over the years to ti 
values to the young, by the use of puppet animation. A 1982 produc 

(ancan; befi) 



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THE BOY WITH A BIG HEART 
LE CAUCHEMAR 
LE CHASSEUR SOLITAIRE 
L'EAU MAGIQUE 
FOX AND BEAR 
THE HUNGRY WALRUS 
THE LONELY HUNTER 
THE MAGIC WATER 
LA PECHE HEROIQUE 
QINGALIK AND THE SEA 
RENARD ET OURS 
VICTOIRE SUR LA MER 
(ancan; befi) 



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INVASION OF THE VIRIONS 

h-c-a 50 minutes 2 reels 70565 color:$: 

Summarizes what is known of the nature and behavior of viruses. "The problem is, there's nott 
kill. It has no metabolism — it's inert." Living only on the lifo of the cells it invades, uses for di; 
and destroys, and undergoing constant changes so that antibodies no longer find 'receptors' 
surfaces, viruses are the most sinister of medicine's adversaries. Animation, reconstructed exper 
and electron photomicrography clarify. A 1980 production, (bbc; fi) 



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AN INVENTION CALLED CHILDHOOD 

j-h-c-a 40 minutes 2 reels 70 162 color:$- 

Traces the evolution of the adult view of the child, asserting that the idea of a complex woi 
children, called "childhood," is a post-industrial invention. Uses family portraits, interview; 
experts, and a whimsical, animated look at world history, to show how the Middle Ages' view of cl 
as 'mini-adults' evolved into the special treatment of children today, (thtv; bon) 



THE INVISIBLE CHILDREN 

k-p-c 24 minutes 84830 color:$ 

The unusual puppets of Barbara Aiello (Renaldo, who is blind, Mandy, who is deaf; and Mark, wl 
cerebral palsy and is confined to a wheelchair) give children without handicaps a chance to ask 
questions about what their situation means. Live audiences interact with the puppets, learning 
"special" children in this special way. Features a song, "See the world through brand new eyes," 
helps to focus on the new dimensions of understanding. A 1979 production, (fbr; lea) 



THE INVISIBLE FLAME 

j-h-c-a 57 minutes 2 reels 70526 color:$ 

Surveys the potentials of hydrogen as fuel, enumerating its properties and the problems involved 
possible commercial and domestic uses. Gives possible sources, models of refining; summ 
modifications required in engines, for conversion to hydrogen. Shows hydrogen-powered vehii 
use. Featured on television's NOVA Series. A 1978 production, (bbc; tlf) 



IONIC STRUCTURES (CHEM 101) 



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c-a 



20 minutes 3 /a ' ' U-Matic CO0 117 



color:$ | 
Cassette Sale: $1 
Begins by explaining stable ionic structures of many elements and their groups. A general rule is j 
for determining the negative charge of an element. Examples are given to stress this rule. Th< 
topic to be covered is the ionic structures of those ions with filled d shells. Copper has a d'" str 
from the loss of one s electron and promotion of the other into the d orbital. Post-transition meta j 
transition metals are described in a similar manner. Favored ionic charges of metals and gr< , 
elements is explained in some detail with respect to the filled shell configuration. Covalency is r 
to atomic size. Ionic compounds are described, using Na + CI' as the major example. The effij 
charge balance and relative ionic radius on crystal structure is described, using NaCI, CsCI and | 
as examples. A 1973 production, (ui) 



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AN FILMS] [MAGPIE] 

c-a 55 minutes 2 reels 70166 color:$22.00 

duces sights and sounds typical of Isfahan; mosaic patterns, domes, mosques, prayer towers and 

lorately wrought screens. Visits a "House of Strength," a traditional place of training for fitness, 

,,{ /e men do complex rhythmic exercises with unusual equipment. Tours a carpet warehouse, showing 

ojl I made Persian rugs valued at up to $50,000. Seeks out, in the countryside, the ancient town of 

,. jl, and shows a Zoroastrian ritual: visits an oil rig in Southern Iran. Returns to city life to treat 



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ers to traditional Persian entertainment: listening to the recitation of classical verse while taking 



;e from a samovar, and ends with a shopping fling at the Isfahan bazaar. A 1975 production, (thtv; 



AND 

c-a 26 minutes H00026VC color: $2 1.50 

to rent an Irish cottage, live on an Irish farm, rent a horse-drawn gypsy wagon whose price 
des one week's supply of oats for the horse, or arrange a week of fox-hunting complete with horses 
hounds — all are explained. Visuals parallel narration, and go on to include lace-making, 
er-gathering, and sports, in Connemara, Killarney, and Dublin. Prices given, being those of 
uction date, are invalid. %" U-Matic videocassette. 75 (?) (bon; heri) 



H REPUBLIC: A PROFILE (CAPTIONED) 

eral 22 minutes 57021 color:$ 15.00 

captioned version makes content accessible to hearing impaired. For description, see original 
(php; bfa) 



ON DEFICIENCY ANEMIA] (ANEMIE FERRIPRIVE) 

25 minutes %" U-Matic K00071 



color:$28.00 
Cassette Sale: $225.00 
s statistics and demography of the disease, particularly prevalent in Africa, South America, and 
because iron tends to occur in more expensive types of food. Shows spectrophotometry as a 
ible tool in diagnosis. Illustrates the absorption of iron, discusses disturbances in the absorptive 
lanisms. Recommends iron pills over treatment by transfusion. A 1970 production, (jabo) 



LE7HER OR LEZH'ER? 

33 minutes 85001 color:$21.50 

cts professional and personal definitions of leisure and its proper uses in a cameo montage of 

and feelings Canadian. Examines problems in connection with leisure, such as the fact that people 
lot trained to think of themselves as a resource and a source of entertainment, or to think of 
material, creative sources of enioyment. Discusses some of the human needs met by leisure. A 

production, (omcr; befi) 



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a 26 minutes H00034VC color: $2 1.50 

listory and religious significance of Israel to its populations of 3 major faiths is touched on in the 

'Jition, while scenes of the hills where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found, of Nazareth, Bethlehem and 

Sea of Galilee are contrasted with construction scenes in the city of Jerusalem itself. A law 

His ring the use of native stone gives a clean, unified appearance. Hints for travelers include shopping 

iniajor purchases only at places approved by the ministry of tourism. Prices given, being those of 

lowijction date, are not valid. V U-Matic videocassette. '75 (?) (bon; heri) 



AN'T BE HOME 

34 minutes 83581 color:$ 10.00 

short sequences dramatize the problems of managing the elderly patient. Situations portrayed are 
ly recognizable to staff members of geriatric services, covering such subjects as admission 
idures, dehumanizing ward routines, handling death, and the indiscriminate use of PRIM drugs. A 
scene demonstrating a problem is presented, followed by a blank screen to signal discussion 
i. A 1977 production, (nimh; apa) 



OULD HAVE BEEN YOUR CHILD...YOUR BROTHER...YOUR SISTER... 

3 22 minutes 56837 color:$17.50 

nts several mentally handicapped youngsters of varying ages in their family situations, to show 
roblems and rewards, the basic humanness that transcends mental difficulty. Features, as part of 
oiceover theme, a sensitive poem written by 20-year-old Anne Ting, herself mentally handicapped, 
oquent statement of why, and something of how, to accept such people. A 1978 production, (svfi; 
) 



A BADGER'S WORLD 

12 minutes 56755 color:$12.50 

es a badger family of mother and cubs from the time the cubs are a few days old., throughout 
training period in hunting and defense. Shows badgers in interaction with mice, cougars, prairie 
foxes, skunks, throughout the seasons of the year. A 1980 production, (eb) 



A HOBBY FOR HARVEY 

iral 10 minutes 05020 color:$ 11.25 

aphic sketch and performance sampler of world champion whistler and professional lawyer Harvey 
ck. Shows Harvey at home with his family, at the International Whistle-Off Competition, and in 
rmance with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. A 1980 production, (balap; befi) 



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4 A THOUGHT 

-a 23 minutes 56634 color:$20.50 

^J" fourteen and just entering junior high, struggles with changing relationships. Ellen and Stacy, who 
W ii( ieen her friends, now consider her too unsophisticated. Deb's mother, insensitive to the changes, 
llf* > to give another birthday slumber party as usual. Fortunately, Deb has an older sister, who, in a 

us talk, offers her some thoughts on happiness, popularity, and some alternative behaviors. A 

production, (cec) 



IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE 

general 130 minutes 4 reels 98962 b&W:$37.50 

George Bailey (Jimmy Stewart) is a man who has lost his dreams, and, along with them, the will to 
live. On a desperate Christmas Eve, he wishes he had never been born. Clarence, a Guardian Angel 
trying to win his wings, appears on the scene and attempts to win back George's dreams by showing 
him what the world would be like if George Bailey had never walked on it. Written, produced and 
directed by Frank Capra, this film is his personal favorite. Nominated for five Academy Awards, it also 
stars Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore and Thomas Mitchell. A 1946 production. (Ifi; ntvc) 

IT'S ME, CLAUDIA! 

/ 20 minutes 57059 color:$ 17.00 

Dramatizes the painful journey to self-acceptance of a child overly sensitive about her big ears. She can 
think of nothing else, and becomes a trial at home and at school, until, because of the hat she wears to 
hide her ears, she collides with Paul.... Adapted from the book by Alyse Newman. A 1982 production, 
(roun; ab) 

JACK-A-BOY 

h-c-a 28 minutes 84707 color:$ 18.75 

The French Quarter in New Orleans in 1920 is the setting for this story of a youngster whose love of 
life is contagious to the older residents, who first dreaded to see him move there. The tragedy which 
takes his life helps them realize how much life he gave to them. Based on the short story by Willa 
Cather. A 1980 production, (phpr) 

JAGUAR 

c-a 90 minutes 3 reels 98974 color:$34.75 

Conveys the flavor of West Africa in the fifties, by recording the journey of three African men, normally 
cattle herders in the savannaland bordering the Sahara, to the "Gold Coast" of Ghana. They see the 
panorama of culture through the eyes of Northerners and Moslems, but 'insiders,' because African. 
Sound track consists of their commentaries as they later watched themselves on film, and of 
introductory and concluding remarks by the filmmaker, ethnographer Jean Rouch. A 1956 production, 
(mcgh) 

JAMIE AND THE MAGIC TORCH: SPADE WORK 

p-i 12 minutes 55901 color:$10.75 

Follows Jamie and his dog Wordsworth as they shine the magic torch on the floor and slide into 
Cuckooland. There they meet Willibub, the backwards cat, who is digging a hole in an attempt to find 
Jo-Jo Help. Jamie uses his magic flashlight to help the cat dig faster, and creates quite a problem. Mr. 
Boo and the flying Submachine come to the rescue. Animated. A 1975 production, (cosha; bon) 

JAMIE AND THE MAGIC TORCH: THE RUNAWAY TROMBONIUM 

p-i 12 minutes 55902 color:$ 10.75 

Every night after Jamie's mother puts him to bed, he and his dog Wordsworth get out the magic torch. 
When they shine it on the floor, it opens the slide into Cuckooland, where they have many exciting 
adventures. In this episode they find a very noisy monster on the loose, which carries Wordsworth away 
while Jamie is having tea in Mr. Plunket's musical house. The monster turns out to be a trombonium, 
and Mr. Boo and Jamie, with the help of the magic torch and the Submachine, save the day. Animated. 
A 1975 production, (thtv; bon) 

JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS 

general 104 minutes 98897 color:$48.00 

Exciting special effects by Ray Harryhausen highlight this spectacular telling of Jason's legendary sail 
on the Argo to the land of Colchis, where the Golden Fleece is guarded by a seven-headed Hydra. 
Entertainment for the entire family. Starring Todd Armstrong and Nancy Kovack. Directed by Don 
Chaffey. A 1963 production, (ca; tlf) 

JENNY KOO KOO 

i-j 25 minutes 85021 color: $2 1.00 

Dramatizes the growth of an unlikely friendship between a city girl and a girl of Indian descent who 
meet at a beach resort. Each has lost her father, one through death and one through divorce. Jenny, the 
Indian, wears a hand-made charm her father gave her, whose name, "Jenny Koo Koo," means "I am 
Jenny." The charm figures in the plot and cements the friendship. A 1981 production, (pep; befi) 

THE JERICHO MILE 

h-c-a 96 minutes 3 reels 98947 color: $48.00 

Tells the story of one prisoner's escape, through personal accomplishment, from the brutalizing effects 
of prison life. Set and filmed in Folsom State Penitentiary (a maximum security prison in California) 
and acted in by convicts imprisoned there, the plot features a runner who, helped by the prison 
psychiatrists, pits himself against an Olympic record. A 1979 production, (abc) 

JEWELLERY MAKING: ACRYLICS 

h-c-a 8 minutes 04877 color:$ 11.00 

Enumerates characteristics of acrylics and shows their uses in sophisticated modern abstract jewelery, 
fashioned by Australian artisans. Shows laminating, cutting, routing of solids; tinting, pouring, curing 
and polishing of liquid resins; use of metals, especially steel, for contrast. Carries several pieces 
through design and construction to finishing. A 1975 production, (safe; lucf) 

JEWELLERY MAKING: CASTING 

h-c-a 7 minutes 04879 color:$ 11.00 

Shows methods of lost wax casting and cuttlefish casting, using sterling silver. Carries several pieces 
through design, mold, cast, polishing. Australian craftsmen are featured. A 1975 production, (safe; lucf) 

JEWELLERY MAKING: METALWORKING 

h-c-a 11 minutes 04878 color:$ 12.00 

Artists in metal are shown stylizing and adapting a landscape for a jewellery design, and working out 
the finished piece. Features tools of the trade: rolling mills, draw plates, block molds and leather 



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sandbags for forming hemispheres. Demonstrates hatch-marking, crazing, annealing, polishing, chain 
making. Shows finished products. A 1975 production, (safe; lucf) 



JIBANAK 

h-c-a 



12 minutes 



56880 



color: $13. 50 
Film sale: $180. 00 
Cassette sale:$1 10.00 
Explains that at Jibanak, Gambia, rice was an annual crop, painstakingly grown, until the local 
agriculture officer persuaded villagers to switch from private to communal ownership of land and utilize 
a local stream for irrigation. After visiting a model rice project, villagers diverted the stream, built 
feeder canals and ditches, broke new ground and planted seed beds. After 21 days seedlings were 
planted in the new rice paddies, with the harvest 56 days later. Per acre yield increased from 1500 to 
3500 pounds. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

JIMMY THE C 

general 3 minutes 04934 color: $10.00 

Claymation caricatures Jimmy Carter in the Oval Office singing "Georgia On My Mind." The voice is that 
of Ray Charles. A 1978 production, (pyr) 

JOB INTERVIEW: WHOM WOULD YOU HIRE (FILM A: LARGE BUSINESS) 

j-h-c-a 20 minutes 52501 color:$16.50 

Hidden camera films actual job interviews whose applicants later gave permission to use the footage. 
Employers state what they are looking for, and viewers are given the opportunity to judge where they 
would find it. Applicants represent both sexes, two races. Replaces WHOM WOULD YOU HIRE: THREE 
YOUNG MEN. A 1980 production, (dimf; chu) 

JOB INTERVIEW: WHOM WOULD YOU HIRE? (FILM B: SMALL BUSINESS) 

j-h-c-a 22 minutes 52499 color: $17. 50 

Presents a montage of statements by managers as to what they are looking for in candidates for the 
positions they have open. Four vignette interviews between a manager and a candidate follow, covering 
a representative sample of applicants. Viewers are left to choose and give reasons. A 1980 production, 
(dimf; chu) 

JOHNNY LEARNS HIS MANNERS 

p-i 18 minutes 57022 color: $14. 50 

Traces, in animation, the gradual transformation of a child who exhibits "piggish" behavior, into a pig. 
His sloppiness at home causes him to sprout a tail: his selfishness on the ball diamond, a snout. When 
even his dog fails to recognize him, Johnny realizes it is time to make some needed changes. Subtitled 
THE LITTLE BOY WHO TURNED INTO A PIG. A 1975 production, (upa; mcfi) 



color: $14. 50 
For description, see original 



JOHNNY LEARNS HIS MANNERS (CAPTIONED) 

p-i 18 minutes 57023 

This captioned version makes content accessible to hearing impaired, 
entry, (upa; mcfi) 

THE JOKE'S ON MR. LITTLE 

i-j-h 24 minutes 85036 color: $17. 75 

Follows the efforts of Drag and Streeter, two mischievous chums, to embarrass their new teacher, Mr. 
Little, because he has replaced their favorite, Miss Kellogg. Mr. Little takes the pranks good humoredly, 
and when he rescues Drag from drowning, is finally accepted for himself. Based on the book Mr. Little 
by Robert Newton Peck. A 1981 ABC Weekend Special, (abc) 

THE JOLSON STORY 

j-h-c-a 129 minutes 4 reels 98925 color: $58. 25 

Dramatizes the life story of jazz singer Al Jolson, beginning with his "discovery" at a sing-along in a 
small burlesque theater. Emphasizes his loyalty to the performer who gave him his chance, his almost 
obsessive devotion to singing, his affection for his father and mother, and for his wife, played by Evelyn 
Keyes. Features Larry Parks as Jolson. Directed by Alfred E. Green. A 1946 production, (ca; tlf) 

JOURNEY FOR SURVIVAL 

h-c-a 15 minutes 56785 color:$14.50 

The journey in question is the search for water, undertaken daily by half the world's population. Shows 
the magnitude of the struggle in Ethiopia, Tanzania, Yemen, India, Bangladesh. Examines health 
problems caused by the fact that even when water is available, it is unfit for human consumption. 
States the U.N. goal for the next decade as provision of drinking water and sanitation in % of the 
places where it is lacking. Shows ways this is being done. A 1981 production, (dyp; ab) 

THE JUMPING FROG (ADAPTED FROM THE MARK TWAIN STORY) 

i-j-h 24 minutes 85040 color:$17.75 

Updates the Mark Twain story by having it figure in a contemporary classroom where the boy who 
reads it has similarly won a race by cheating. Spirit and moral of the two stories are parallel. An ABC 
Weekend Special, produced in 1981. (abc) 

JUNGLES: THE GREEN OCEANS 

j-h-c-a 23 minutes 84773 color:$16.50 

Photography of jungle life emphasizes |ungle ecology, and the multiple forms of adaptation to jungle 
life. Unusual forms of mammal, insect, reptilian, bird and fish life are examined in close-up, with the 
nature of the jungles' contributions to the world, their diminishing size, and the dangers of their 
unbridled exploitation exposed in narration. A 1980 production, (avl; eb) 

JUNIOR BONNER (QUICK TAKES SERIES) 

h-c-a 18 minutes 84641 color:$ 14.50 

Well within the (almost) good guy Western tradition, Junior becomes a rodeo star and a winner who 
then shares his winnings by buying a new ranch for his father. Stars Steve McQueen. A 1972 
production, (abc) 



JUST POSING 

h-c-a 33 minutes 84827 color:$2* 

Portrays conflicts and emotional problems caused by the exploitation, by advertising, of the beauty i 
very young girl. Tracy, a twelve-year-old model and the child of divorced parents, struggles to learr 
deal with an adult work, without either experience or family support. A 1979 production, (lys; cal) 



JUVENILE LIASON 

h-c-a 97 minutes 3 reels 98973 color:$4< 

Presents controversial applications of Britain's system of having police officers intervene in juve 
cases. Shows children being deliberately frightened, sometimes for quite minor rule infrmgemei 
Interviews officers who serve in the system and who verbalize its rationale. A 1975 production, (ch 



KABUKI: THE CLASSIC THEATER OF JAPAN 

j-h-c-a 29 minutes 84810 color:$H 

Reviews, through filmic excerpts from representative classics of the Kabuki repertoire, characteris 
of that theatrical tradition. Customs of the kumadori art of makeup (color symbolism, etc.), the hi 
stylized costumes, ritual gestures and movements are emphasized. An analysis of the Kabuki d£ 
focuses on onagata (men who dance women's roles) and on the primacy of costuming for gr; 
elegance and movement. Excerpts chosen for commentary are from Shibaratsu and Sukeroku (dran L 
sequences), and Musume Dojoji and KagamiJishi (dance sequences). A 1964 production, (koga; ja I 



KASANGATI HEALTH CENTRE 

h-c-a 1 1 minutes 



56881 



color:$1, 
Film sale:$16. 
Cassette sale:$ 10 
Travels with Kasangati medical teams, who tour outlying villages in vans, improvising clinics for h 
medical care wherever necessary, bringing maternity care, family planning instruction, immunize 
programs, health check-ups and medicine. The medical teams have to overcome villagers' traditi 
dependence on medicine men and witchcraft with lectures warning against folk medicine. A 1 I 
production, (unchs; ui) 



KATHY 

j-h-c-a 27 minutes 84819 color:$1 

Emphasizes the cheerful, independent, adventurous nature of Kathy, who was born with all her b 
broken and was expected not to live. Now ready to enter college, she and her friends talk of 
feelings and their ways of coping with the facts of her limitations. Dwarfed and confined 
wheelchair, she has found special satisfaction in story-telling and in work with young children. A 
production, (kopr; fiin) 



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KATSURA IMPERIAL VILLA 

j-h-c-a 22 minutes 84809 color:$1 

A Filmic visit and tribute to the beauty of this early jewel of Japanese architecture and its gar> 
Built in 1620 and now recognized as a masterpiece, it irtcludes the first 'strolling garden' ii 
tradition now considered typically Japanese. The villa is oriented not only to take full advantage c 
sun, but for viewing the full moon in autumn. A 1972 production, (bunsh; jafn) 



KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF ADULTS 

h-c-a 55 minutes 90306 color:$i 

Inquires into the problem of self-medication with over-the-counter drugs, citing known negative e 
of common headache, stomach, and congestion remedies among non-prescription drugs. Also exai 
the ethics of advertising these drugs. Gives statistics for Canada, where the fourth largest kil 
kidney disease, six per cent of which is attributed to over-use of pain killers. Aspirin is known to 
stomach bleeding; some nose sprays are known to be addictive and some to have rebound effec 
the 12,000 non-prescription drugs available in Canada, only two per cent are considered effecti 
the medical profession. Examines specific brand names, many of which are common also in the I 
States. A 1974 production, (ctv; bon) 



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KEEPING YOUR TEETH HEALTHY 

p-i 8 minutes 04936 color: $ 

Demonstrates routine tooth care and decay prevention, emphasizing the role of teeth in general 
health, the role of nutrition in maintenance of each. A 1981 production, (eb) 



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KENNEDY AND CONFRONTATION (AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY SERIES) 

h-c-a 16 minutes 56717 b&w:$. 

Covers the Kennedy philosophy as it affected his foreign policy: the Bay of Pigs, the Alliani 
Progress, the Berlin Wall, the blockade of Cuba, Viet Nam. Uses Fox Movietone Newsreel foot.] 
1981 production, (eb) 

KENYATTA 

c-a 52 minutes 85226 color:$\ 

Dramatizes the biography of Kenya's leader and hero, Jomo Kenyatta, placing it in the cont 
Kenya's historical development: British colonialism and its impact, the struggle for indepenij 
Kenyatta's intellectual leadership, his philosophy of non-violence, his imprisonment, release and : 
as Prime Minister of the nation he helped to build. A 1973 production, (fi) 

[KETAMINE ANESTHESIA] (L'ANESTHESIE PAR KETAMINE) 



c-a 



20 minutes V U-Matic 



K00032 



color:$ i| 
Cassette Sale: $ 1 1 
Delineates pharmacological properties of ketamine and the advantages of its use as an anaesthj 
burn patients, pediatrics, and obstetrics. Explains its chemistry and its subsequent inactivatii 
elimination. Gives recommended dosages and illustrates specific use in individual cases. A| 
production, (jabo) 



THE LADY VANISHES / 45 






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27 minutes 



84909 



color: $23. 00 
Film sale: $405. 00 
Cassette sale: $245. 00 
rays the plight of the Palestinians, as symbolized by an old man who keeps the key to his former 
e in Jaffa in his refugee quarters. The film outlines the history of the problem as seen by the 
ucers, the Palestine Liberation Organization, beginning with the establishment of the State of Israel 
348, to the present day, during which period the original number of 800,000 refugees increased to 
oximately one million and a half. Native born Israelis are heard in support of the Palestinian cause 
Palestinians living abroad speak of the sorrow they feel in the loss of their homeland. A 1976 
uction. (unchs; ui) 



KEYS OF PARADISE 

a 57 minutes 2 reels 70530 color: $27. 50 

ils the learning that has resulted from intensive study of the interaction of drugs and the brain. 
; the "lock and key" metaphor, scientific investigators discovered 'receptors' in the brain — 
icals whose exactly inverse patterns fit those of morphine and other analgesic / euphoric 
sounds. Follows the chain of discoveries through to discoveries of the brain's own pain-relieving 
wunds. Tells what is known of enkephalins and beta endorphins, shows current investigations into 
ible applications in the treatment of schizophrenia. A 1979 production, featured on television's 
\ series, (bbc / wgbh; tlf) 



KILLING GROUND 

4a 50 minutes 70491 color: $28. 50 

j™ Droblem of toxic chemical waste dumps drew national attention through the Love Canal case, one 

ur documented in this prize-winning ABC Closeup report. There are 32,000 known chemical waste 

''kps in the United States, of which more than 800 are known hazards to public health. The 

una •onmental Protection Agency has been ordered not to identify any more, and has no funds for 

ng in the areas already identified. Administration priority is inflation-fighting: nothing that does not 

'ibute is welcome to its attention. Examines the problem of illegal dumping, a multimillion-dollar 

try in itself. Ends with a list of known sites. A 1979 production. Mounted on two reels, (abc) 



ETICS AND MECHANISM: THE IODINE-AZIDE REACTION (CHEM 101) 

33 minutes W U-Matic CO0 144 color:$61.50 

Cassette Sale: $290.00 
t irst part presents a series of experiments on which students take data. The iodine-azide reaction is 
ed as a function of iodine, carbon disulfide catalyst, and azide concentrations, then as a function 
Tiperature. Graphics are used to show how the data can be used to determine reaction orders, rate 
tant, and activation energy. No narrative is used. The second part is a time-lapse study of the 
ics of the cis-trans isomerism of a dichloro cobalt complex. The third part is a demonstration of 
rs affecting the rate of combustion. Varies surface area by comparing the rate of combustion of a 
e, a dust explosion, and a hydrogen-oxygen mixture. Demonstrates the effect of concentration of 
en on combustion by burning wood in pure oxygen and burning cotton in liquid oxygen, 
mstrates the high temperature of the thermit reaction when a screen accidently catches fire, 
s that zinc is oxidized more quickly in dilute sulfuric acid than in the concentrated acid. A 1980 
*' iction. (ui) 



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; ARTHUR (THE FAMOUS ADVENTURES OF MR. MAGOO SERIES) 

?ral 24 minutes 85046 color:$16.75 

snts an animated dramatization of the story of King Arthur, with Magoo as Merlin. A 1964 
Action, (upap; mcfi) 



S OF JAPAN 

■a 28 minutes 85180 color:$ 10.00 

nts the customs and festivals which involve the building and flying of the famous and varied 
i ese kites. Includes a 'kite battle' (a team sport), and a family kite ceremony in honor of the New 
Shows extremely complex designs and decorations of master kitemakers. (jafn) 



Y: RETURN TO AUSCHWITZ 

3 90 minutes 2 reels 90372 color: $36. 25 

jtorliits Auschwitz with a survivor and her grown son, to whom she recounts her experiences while 
ill Kitty was inmate #39934 as a teenager; 34 years later she has consented to leave her home in 

nd for the recording of these painful recollections, to counteract the fact that there are people 
-— lisbelieve the events she lived. A revealing account of an incredible experience, and a meeting with 

son of strength of character and humanity. A 1979 production, (york; fi) 



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i YOUTH CORPS 

a 11 minutes 56813 color:$ 11.50 

nes the klan's training and recruiting of youth. Interviews young members of the special division 
range ten years to seventeen years) in the state of Alabama. Produced for the CBS "Thirty 
es" feature. A 1980 production, (cbs; cal) 



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ft AD LORENZ: OF GEESE AND MEN 

h 25 minutes 85116 color:$ 18.50 

l " :rait of the home life, philosophy, and career of the recipient of the first Nobel Prize in physiology 
' s ledicine to be awarded for psychological research. Lorenz is shown at home, and in the area 
d Grunau where much of the ongoing research takes place. He comments on conditions and 
s of his youth which led to his vocation, and on his theories regarding the innate nature of 
ssion in animal and in human behavior. Recommends getting children into real contact with 
!, to restore a veneration he feels is lacking. A 1978 production, (pbar/ucla; mq) 



!A: OVERVIEW - THE FACE OF KOREA 

rral 23 minutes 56630 color:$20.00 

1 tage of excellent introductory sequences showing contemporary Korean lifestyles and maps of the 

xplain the significance and nature of Korea's location and give the flavor of its life. Explores the 



rapid modernizing changes which have occurred since 1950, in both rural and urban areas. A 1980 
production, (cec) 

KOREA: REFLECTIONS ON THE MORNING CALM 

j-h-c-a 34 minutes 84991 color: $20. 25 

Reviews filmically through valuable artifacts and architectural achievements, the history and spirit of 
Korea, whose earlier name, Cho-Sun, meant "Land of Morning Calm." Close human-animal relationships 
and Buddhist principles and philosophy characterize early stages: Confucian principles, assertive styles 
and earthy themes, later ones. Throughout, humor remains a strong artistic presence. A 1982 
production, (chpa; eb) 

KOREA: THE CIRCLE OF LIFE 

j-h-c-a 35 minutes 84675 color: $26. OO 

Shows ceremonies with which Koreans customarily celebrate each "bamboo joint" of life: birth and 
birthdays, coming of age, marriage arrangements and the marriage ceremony, death and mourning. 
Explains certain aspects of ritual and their purpose in Korean society. A 1979 production, (cec) 

KOREA: THE FAMILY 

j-h-c-a 18 minutes 56632 color: $17. 50 

Presents the traditional position of the family in the social structure of the nation, explaining the 
stronger filial relationships of that culture and ways they are expressed. Shows how the family 
functions as an economic unit in contemporary Korea, both rural and urban. A 1980 production, (cec) 

KUJICHAGULIA 

p-i 5 minutes 05032 color:$ 10.50 

Follows two young kangaroos as they escape from their village, become lost, and take up life among 
platypuses. In striving to be accepted there, they imitate their hosts until their identity all but 
disappears. When they are rescued, their rescuer comments, "In trying to be what you are not, you 
have lost the best of what you are." Animated. The Swahili title means "self-determination." A 1979 
production, (ngsa; befi) 

KUUMBA: [SIMON'S NEW SOUND] 

i-j 8 minutes 05022 color:$ 10.50 

Animation traces the story of the creativity of a boy of Trinidad, which ended in the invention of the 
very special steel drum. Features music by the Louis Arnold Steel Drummers. A 1978 production, (ngsa; 
befi) 

THE KYOCERA EXPERIMENT (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

h-c-a 30 minutes 85152 color: $38.00 

C85152 color: $38.00 

Focuses on one of twenty Japanese corporations now represented in the San Diego area, showing 
attempts to use Japanese management methods with American workers. Language and cultural barriers 
are evident. Concludes: "This experiment may suggest that to get Japanese management to work you 
need Japanese managers— and the culture that formed them." A 1981 production, (wgbh; lea) 

KYOGASHI: THE CELEBRATED CAKES AND SWEETS OF JAPAN 

j-h-c-a 30 minutes 85179 color: $10.00 

Demonstrates the raising of confectionery to the level of an art form, in the making of various types of 
cakes for the tea ceremony. Elaborate flower and leaf shapes are either formed by hand or molded in 
carefully hand-carved wood molds. Shows how themes of nature are carried out in forming exquisite 
miniatures, many of which are entered in their own biannual art expositions, (jafn) 

L.O.L.A. CASE STUDY (COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS) 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84794 color: $20 50 

Shows systems used by the London Online Local Authorities in property rate assessments and record 
changes. Emphasizes use of CRT's to replace paper files, immediate availability of data to all users, 
capacity of computer to sustain this and batch-processing work simultaneously, retrieval of information 
from multiple access points. Distinguishes between rating property and planning property, shows how 
to link data to satisfy needs of both types of thinking. A 1978 production, (bbc / openu; umed) 

[LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS OF CANDIDIASIS] (DIAGNOSTIC BIOLOGIQUE DES 
CANDIDOSES) 

c-a 20 minutes W U-Matic K00033 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $180.00 
Shows appearance (regular and microscopic) of tissue affected by yeasts of the genus Candida, 
increasingly common in chemotherapy patients and in postoperative lesions. Gives the three vital steps 
for diagnosis, including identification by morphological and physiological characteristics. Motion 
photomicropgraphy shows actual spore formation. Lists about a dozen varieties, recommending specific 
antifungal agents. A 1973 production, (jabo) 

LADY FISHBOURNE'S COMPLETE GUIDE TO BETTER TABLE MANNERS 

i-j 6 minutes 05067 color: $10.00 

Lady Fishbourne discourses as four animated characters demonstrate satirically exaggerated table 
behaviors. A 1976 production, (nfbc; cal) 

THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI 

h-c-a 121 minutes 3 reels 98934 b&w: $50.00 

Orson Welles directs and stars in a murder mystery based on the novel, If I Die Before I Wake, by 
Sherwood King. The plot revolves around a crippled lawyer and his homicidal wife, who like maritime 
cruises. Also stars Rita Hayworth and Everett Sloane. A 1948 production, (ca; tlf) 

THE LADY VANISHES 

h-c-a 96 minutes 2 reels 98953 b&w: $30.00 

One of Alfred Hitchcock's last British films, ihis classic is more melodramatic than suspenseful. Michael 
Redgrave and Margaret Lockwood star as two ordinary travelers caught on a train in the Alps in an 



46 / THE LADY VANISHES 



extraordinary situation of espionage and murder. Enhanced by the performance of Paul Lukas as a 
dubious doctor, and that of Dame May Whitty as a mysterious old lady. A 1938 production, (gbf; nfvc) 

THE LAKE OF PERCH: THE FOOD CHAIN (ABORRESOEN: FODEKAEDEN) 

p-i 12 minutes 56711 color: $ 13.50 

Describes and illustrates relationships of the elements in the food chain: plankton, water fleas, 
sticklebacks and bleaks, perch, pike. Realistic animation, special music, English narration. Danish 
production, 1978. (ffsy; cec) 

THE LAKE OF PERCH: THE YOUNG PERCH (ABORRESOEN: ABORRENS BORN) 

p-i 13 minutes 56712 color: $ 14.00 

Uses the perch as an example of the life cycle of fish. Shows courting, egg laying, and the growth of the 
young fry. Describes the food chain and the dangers of predators, including the nocturnal eel and 
crayfish. Unusually realistic animation. A 1978 production, (ffsy; cec) 

THE LAKE OF PERCH: WINTER (ABORRESOEN: VINTER) 

p-i 11 minutes 56710 color: $12 50 

Describes and illustrates the behavior patterns of lake flora and fauna as winter comes and goes. The 
disappearance of vegetation and the slowing of life systems occur when it approaches, later to be 
reversed by spring. Unusually realistic animation and special music liven the presentation. A 1978 
production, (ffsy; cec) 

LAKE SUPERIOR: THE REGION TILL NOW 

j-h-c-a 22 minutes 57024 color:$ 16.00 

Presents illustrated information on the geographical, social, industrial and recreational aspects of Lake 
Superior. Shows locks at Sault Sainte Marie, international shipping in the harbor of Duluth. Lists threats 
to the region's ecology, past and present, including the summer population (five times that of the 
winter) who spoil the beauty they come to seek. A 1981 production, (uwi; mcfi) 

LAND OF IMMIGRANTS (REVISED) 

i-j-h 16 minutes 52364 color:$ 13.50 

Uses the framework of a family vacation tour of the United States to trace major waves of immigration. 
Reviews reasons for emigrating from other countries, and identifies a variety of constructive ethnic 
contributions to American society. Animated. A 1981 production, (chu) 



LAND OF YESTERDAY, PEOPLE OF TODAY 

h-c-a 10 minutes 



56882 



color:$ 13.00 
Film sale: $150. 00 
Cassette sale: $90. 00 
Contrasts, using animated and dramatized sequences, the simple demands and expedients of early 
inhabitants and settlers with the needs of modern man. Today computerized geographical information 
enables planners to evaluate the environmental and ecological status of potential development areas 
and avoid costly mistakes. The film shows settlement of southern areas of Mexico, where desert and 
infertile land are being reclaimed for diversified agriculture with planned irrigation and scientific 
farming methods. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

LAND POLICY 

h-c-a 22 minutes 84910 color: $20. 00 

Film sale:$330.00 
Cassette sale: $200.00 
Stresses the value of municipal control of land use and the importance of involving citizens in 
development planning in Sweden. While speculators may build attractive housing, long-range social 
planning is secondary with them. Municipal ownership keeps land prices down, with long-term leases 
the alternative to outright purchase. New policies call for smaller housing estates with heterogeneous 
population. In cities, municipal ownership averts property speculation. Upgrading and restoration are 
now the basis of inner-core redevelopment, with car-free zones and better public transport. A 1976 
production, (unchs; ui) 



THE LAND REBORN 

h-c-a 16 minutes 



56883 



color:$ 16.00 
Film sale:$240.00 
Cassette sale:$ 145.00 
Shows the re-establishment of the rural-urban balance in Sri Lanka's Dry Zone, once the ancient land of 
the Sinhalese. With only three months of rainfall, the area depends on careful irrigation. At Minneryiha, 
an ancient reservoir has been restored to use, and the area has become the country's rice bowl. The 
Mahavalli River, which never runs dry, has been dammed in 14 places; a long tunnel through rock feeds 
water to the Dry Zone, irrigating one million acres. New communities have sprung up, and many former 
urban squatters lead new lives in this productive rural area. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

LANDLORDS OF THE SUN (LOS DUENOS DEL SOL: FONDO NEGRO) 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84984 color: $2 1.25 

Film sale:$375.00 
Cassette sale: $225. 00 
Shows changes in a Dominican Republic village wrought by help of the Dominican Development 
Foundation to plan, finance, and carry out an irrigation project, making the local land arable. The initial 
coffee plantation is disrupted by a flood; peasants recoup with a tomato crop. A 1976 production, 
(unchs; ui) 

THE LANGUAGE OF MUSIC 

i-j-h 15 minutes 57025 color:$ 13.00 

Uses a tour of the music library on the UCLA campus as a framework for defining music, identifying its 
characteristics, and examining the history of musical notation. Alternates animation sequences with a 
conversation between a professor and a student. A 1977 production, (naf; mcfi) 



LANGUAGE THROUGH SIGHT AND SOUND 

c-a 20 minutes 56993 color:$1( 

Explains and demonstrates the total communication approach or "visible English" method of teac 
the deaf to communicate. Advocates the use of a great variety of communicative means from 
beginning. Identifies degrees of hearing loss, tells what to expect in the way of achievement. A 
production, (afltd; befi) 



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LASER: LIGHT OF THE 21ST CENTURY 

j-h-c-a 57 minutes 2 reels 70525 color:$2i 

Summarizes the history of laser development, and lists the large variety of known applications: gro 
check-out, surgery, clothing manufacture, communication, welding, research, holography, weapo 
Featured on television's NOVA Series. A 1978 production, (bbc / wgbh; tlf) 



I 

THE LAST BUILDING DESIGNED BY LE CORBUSIER 

c-a 29 minutes 85204 color: $ I 

Recaps, in montage style, the story of the design and construction of the Centre Le Corbu: 
completed in 1967 on the shore of Lake Zurich. Emphasizes Le Corbusier's concerns with sun, sp 
and openness, and his fondness for achieving these with prefabricated units. Ends with multiple v 
of the interior and exterior of the completed center, (heiw) 






THE LAST DAYS OF LIVING 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 705 18 color:$2 . 

Illustrates, through case histories, the special types of care and unorthodox approaches use | 
palliative care of terminally ill patients and their families at Montreal's Royal Victoria Hospital, 
interviews with patients and staff, on-site footage of hospital procedures. Summarizes aims 
philosophy of palliative care. A 1980 production, (nfbc) 



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THE LAST HURRAH 

h-c-a 121 minutes 3 reels 98936 b&w:$5 

A fictionalized adventure in local politics, focusing on the political 'boss' of a New England town. E 
on the novel by Edwin O'Connor, patterned after the life of Mayor Curley of Boston. Directed by 
Ford; starring Spencer Tracy, Jeffrey Hunter. A 1958 production, (ca; tlf) 



THE LAST TASMANIAN: ANCESTORS 

h-c-a 17 minutes 56659 color: $1 

Summarizes what is known of the Tasmanian aborigines in the period prior to 1803 when the B 
colonized the area. Research of Dr. Rhys Jones began in 1963, and archaeological mvestig. 
gradually revealed elements of the most complete genocide on record. Thought to have been mart 
there by the thaw which ended the ice age, the Tasmanian aborigines gradually lost the arts even ( 
simplest tools and artifacts, although they appear in older digs of the area covering the period 
8000 to 3500 years ago. A 1980 production, (artis; crm / mcgh) 



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THE LAST TASMANIAN: EXTINCTION 

h-c-a 63 minutes 2 reels 705 16 color:$i 

Research of Dr. Rhys Jones, filmed in the environs that concern the life and genoctde of the Tasm 
Aborigines, summarizes the grim evolution of Britain's choice of Tasmania as a penal colony. Re 
something of how the story was reconstructed from minimal information; personalizes it with the 
of Truganini, last of her race. A 1980 production, (artis; crm / mcgh) 



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LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE 

i-j 14 minutes 56929 color:$ 

Enhances details of learning tc use a grid system by dramatizing the need for the Coast Guard t 
the exact location of a boat having on board a person in need of emergency care. Explains the 
concept of coordinates in a grid system and shows how they apply to latitude and longitude, and ' 
rescue. A 1982 production, (eb) 



LATITUDE, LONGITUDE AND TIME ZONES (REVISED) 

i-j-h 14 minutes 51139 color:$ 

Animation including cut-away views of the earth, sequences using models and globes, and 
photographs are used in explaining the relationships between latitude, longitude, and the measur 
of time. Explains how latitude and longitude are combined to locate places on the globe, and disc 
the importance of meridians in the division of time zones — with special attention to the funct 
the International Date Line. A 1979 production, (c) 



LAW OF THE LAND 

j-h-c-a 26 minutes 85047 color: $ 

A land-use history of America traces the devastating effects of the attitude which looks on Ian 
commodity rather than as a resource. Emphasizes the value of wetlands, 60% of which are ahead 
Identifies some inadequate governmental attempts to remedy problems of land-use conflic 
exploitation. Advocates comprehensive land use planning. A 1980 release, (ufl; mcfi) 



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LEAD POISONING COULD STRIKE YOUR CHILD 

h-c-a 22 minutes 57026 color:$ 

Through the case history of a three-year-old, warns of the nature, symptoms and frequency c 
poisoning from paint chips, which can cause permanent brain damage. Shows how to protect cl 
against this peculiar tendency to ingest paint chips. Emphasizes that even covering with non- 
paint does not eliminate danger, if there is lead in base-coats. A 1972 production, (alif; mcfi) 



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LEADERS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: PORTRAITS OF POWER SERIES 

CHURCHILL: VOICE OF A LION 
CHURCHILL: VOICE OF A PROPHET 
HIROHITO: THE CHRYSANTHEMUM THRONE 
MAHATMA GANDHI: SOUL FORCE 
MAO: LONG MARCH TO POWER 
MAO: ORGANIZED CHAOS 
ROOSEVELT: HAIL TO THE CHIEF 






LIFE ON EARTH [4] : THE EARLY SEAS / 47 



ROOSEVELT: MANIPULATOR-IN-CHIEF 

STALIN: MAN AND IMAGE 
, STALIN: THE POWER OF FEAR 
"nife/nyt; lea) 



URNING ABOUT DEER 

-^ 13 minutes 51435 color:$ 12.75 

Sws a mother deer giving birth to two fawns, and describes their growth and development throughout 
:||r first summer. Shows food-getting, avoidance of predators, play. The end of summer brings, for tht 

, ither deer, renewal of the mating ritual, after which she is joined by her twin fawns and a yearling for 

,H journey to winter quarters. A 1981 production, (ifub; eb) 

JlRNING CENTERS (THE OTHER SCHOOL SYSTEM SERIES) 

29 minutes 84617 color: $18.00 

;Dnes a learning center as a carefully prepared, goal-oriented learning situation, self-paced. Identifies 
• .h, principal varieties: resource-centered, interest-centered, self-instruction and activity-centered. In 

.'[(simplest terms, any object or thing that will enhance or clarify a learning situation may be chosen 
'.'.,11 center or focus. Analyses use and function of the four types, lists advantages as: greater 

'iflvement of the students in the process and of the leader with the student, the presentation of 
lining as a pleasant experience, the awakening of curiosity and thinking, the building of 

^confidence and of student responsibility, each for his own learning. A 1979 production, (oeta; 

n) 



URNING TO BE HUMAN SERIES 

MISTER GIMME 
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^TURE DEMONSTRATIONS IN ELECTROCHEMISTRY (CHEM 101) 

30 minutes %" U-Matic CO0 145 color: $56. 25 

Cassette Sale: $260.00 

ji library of 16 demonstrations is not narrated, so that an instructor can incorporate them into his or 

wown presentation. The demonstrations include the conductivity of molten glass and tap water, the 

Ration of ions through a gel, electrolysis of water using Na2 SO4 and NAI, the "beating heart" of 

n:ury, electrochemical energy, a variety of voltaic cells, concentration cells and precipitation cells, 
..jfcorrosion of iron, cathodic protection of iron, and electrophoresis of animal serum. Reactants are 
led by superimposed titles and a voltmeter scale is also superimposed over the demonstration 
e appropriate, (ui) 

>"f: LEGACY: CHILDREN OF HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS 

■a 23 minutes 57010 color:$17.25 

n views young professionals, adult offspring of survivors of German concentration camps, about the 

.whelming significance of the event in the lives it changed. A young physician, an author, a rabbi, 
ira human resource consultant discuss the common traits of survivors, the experiences of returning 
■lie old-world sites, the haunting fear that something like it could happen again. A 1979 production. 

ien / janus; fi) 

JlURE TIME PHOTOGRAPHY 

■a 18 minutes 56973 color:$ 16.00 

Jients instruction, with stunning examples of photographic composition and techniques by world 
I photographer Freeman Patterson and his students. A 1980 production, (befi) 

I THE GOOD TIMES ROLL 

■:-a 99 minutes 3 reels 98930 color:$45.50 

1 it-screen montage of rock music during the decade of the '50's: its critics, its fans, its background, 
Performers. Performers shown include the Posters, the Five Satins, the Shirelles, Chubby Checkers, 
Jr.k Berry, Little Richard, Bo Diddley and others. A 1973 production, (ca; tlf) 

.1 THERE BE LIGHT 

58 minutes 7055 1 b & w:$ 10. 00 

C70551 b&w:$ 10.00 

ments neuropsychiatric war casualites from World War II. Filmed by the U.S. Army Signal Corps in 
.... at Mason General Hospital on Long Island, shows individual and group psychotherapy, recreational 
ipy, hypnosis and narcosynthesis. Released for public viewing in 1981. (usasd; apa) 



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S MAKE A MEAL 

>a 17 minutes 57070 color:$ 15.00 

I nutritional facts in game show format in a clever take-off. Uses object animation of food groups 
as the 'sponsors' and run in as 'commercials'), emphasizing their nutritional content. Three 
,,i ists, each with a different food problem, compete for the prize. Panelists are an overweight youth, 
<erstre$sed businessman, and a housewife responsible for meal-planning. Includes basic facts, 
asizing variety, balance, moderation. A 1981 production, (pri; ffco) 



rER FROM CACOON 

20 minutes 



56884 



color: $18. 50 
Film sale: $300.00 
Cassette sale:$ 180.00 
ibes how prospective farmers in Cacoon, Jamaica, resettling from the city, are allotted 4.5 acres 
2007-acre farm. They learn agricultural techniques, share equipment, average $2000 yearly from 
ce sold through a cooperative. Basic low-cost housing is available to families, there are schools 
lome-making classes for wives. The film acknowledges some disagreements between the "city" 
|rs and local men, also a lack of development money, a shortage of machinery as well as low 
" and no irrigation. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



I ARIES AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS 

fa 29 minutes 84769 color: $16. 75 

iiasizes new and varied community and information services offered by modern libraries: 



homebound, jail, hospital and handicapped outreach services, special classes (from painting to 
exercise), computerized "telephone ready-reference" services, special classes to teach the very young 
to love books, media production facilities and services, special collections from legal documents to 
"Grandparent Kits" of toys, games, and books grouped by age and interest level. Includes footage of 
the Genealogy Collection of the Church of Latter Day Saints, the Fleischer Collection (world's largest 
collection of orchestral music) and of many others of the 100,000 public and private U.S. libraries, 
telling ways in which they have become very special "people places." A 1981 production, (eb / ala; eb) 

EL LIBRO DE BUEN AMOR 

h-c-a 60 minutes 2 reels 70613 color: $33.00 

Introduces, by dramatization, the first maior Spanish poetic work, that of 13th-century satirist Juan 
Ruiz. Period costumes and settings allow a n ortrayal of Ruiz as raconteur before a typical medieval 
crowd, which discusses the kinds of love mirrored in the various tales and vignettes. Introduction and 
commentary by Don Luis Rosales of the Spanish Royal Academy. Spanish of intermediate to advanced 
level. A Spanish Television production. U.S. release date, 1980. (tvesp; ffth) 

EL LICENCIADO VIDRIERA 

h-c-a 60 minutes 2 reels 70612 color:$28.25 

Period dramatization of a selection from Cervantes' Novelas E/emplares, showing his humor, language, 
and mastery of detail and of character. Introduced and commented by Don Alonso Zamora Vicente of 
the Spanish Royal Academy. Spanish of intermediate to advanced level. A Spanish Television 
Production. U.S. release date, 1980 (tvesp; ffth) 

LICENSE TO KILL 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83674 color:$18.75 

Examines the problem of advertising, and of continuing to allow the advertising, of a product that is 
clearly implicated in the largest avoidable cause of premature death: smoking. Cites statistics 
estimating the number of tobacco-related deaths annually at over 50,000 in Britain alone. Interspersed 
throughout is footage of an actual lung operation. Examines the way the 70 million pounds spent on 
cigarette advertising in 1974 was used, including some ways that violate the national advertising code. 
Shows how leading brands get around the prohibition of television advertising by sponsorship of sports 
— in particular of motor races in which their brand name is prominently displayed on the cars. A 1975 
production, (thtv; bon) 

LIFE AND THE STRUCTURE OF HEMOGLOBIN 

h-c-a 29 minutes 84884 color:$20.75 

Interviews and describes the work of scientists whose research has shown the structure of hemoglobin 
and the nature of its function as an oxygen carrier. Begins with the work of Dr. Linus Pauling, and 
summarizes research through 1975, showing the methods used to construct the first molecular model. 
A 1975 production, (aip; aims) 

LIFE OF THE HONEYBEE (SECOND EDITION) 

i-j-h 24 minutes 84720 color: $17. 00 

Documents habits and behaviors of the honey bee. Identifies and shows functions of queen, worker, 
drone. Shows how bees communicate location and direction, explains swarming. A 1980 production. 

m 

LIFE ON EARTH [1] : THE INFINITE VARIETY 

h-c-a 20 minutes 85067 color:$18.25 

Examines the principle of modern biology that each of the more than 400 million species of organisms 
found on Earth represents a particular solution — an adaptive strategy developed in evolution — to 
the problem of staying alive. Demonstrates Darwin's theory of natural selection which states that the 
diversity of modern natural life resulted from descent with modification, showing empirical evidence 
from South American rain forests and the Galapagos Islands. Fossil records from the Grand Canyon and 
Lake Superior, examined by radioisotopic and other methods of dating, indicate that life began at least 
3.5 billion years ago. Introduces the conceptual theme of the series as well as naturalist David 
Attenborough, the producer and narrator of the series, (bbc/wb; pennc) 

LIFE ON EARTH [2] : THE BEGINNING OF LIFE 

h-c-a 20 minutes 85068 color: $18. 25 

Illustrates the development of two essential biopolymers from the primal environment — proteins and 
nucleic acids — both of which, under appropriate conditions, aggregate into structures resembling 
bacteria. The evolutionary proliferation of species occurs through mutations of single cell organisms 
such as those still found in Yellowstone Park and developed from symbiotic communities of protozoa, of 
which there are 10,000 species. Shows early multi-cellular life that required size for its exploitation, 
such as the spherical volvox and the skeletal sponge, appearing for the first time a billion years ago. A 
1981 production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 

LIFE ON EARTH [3] : BUILDING BODIES 

h-c-a 19 minutes 85069 color: $18. 25 

Examines the evolutionary relationships among early marine invertebrates, using life forms around the 
Great Barrier Reef and the Ediacara Sandstones of Australia — organized multicellular life forms such 
as jellyfish, corals, clams, starfish, shrimp and worms. Life stages and forms are shown, as well as the 
functions of specialized cells that are incapable of independent survival. Discusses the significance of 
flatworms and roundworms whose fossil remains indicate the beginning of eyes, greater mobility, and a 
capacity for learning, as well as anatomical specializations to facilitate acquiring food and shelter. A 
1981 production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 

LIFE ON EARTH [4] : THE EARLY SEAS 

h-c-a 21 minutes 85070 color:$18.75 

Documents the evolution of several organizational types represented in fossils of early mollusks and 
crinoids. The 60,000 different species of mollusk are a variation of the worm whose shell covers its 
back. An extrudable foot provides for its mobility. The sea slug, octopus and squid are advanced 
mollusks, as is the nautilus, an example of a living fossil unchanged from antiquity. Crinoids, 
distinguished by a central body and five radially symmetrical arms, are illustrated by sea cucumbers 
and sea urchins. A 1981 production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 



48 / LIFE ON EARTH [5] : THE SEGMENTED INVERTEBRATES 



LIFE ON EARTH [5] : THE SEGMENTED INVERTEBRATES 

h-c-a 22 minutes 85071 color: $18. 75 

Discusses three invertebrate fossil groups — segmented worms, trilobites, and crustaceans — that are 
considered to be related by virtue of appearance. Segmented worm fossils from the Burgess Pass In the 
British Columbia Rockies show that segmentation may have developed as an aid to burrowing, 
particularly with the elaboration of limbs on the sides of each segment. Trilobites, a form with 
sophisticated compound eyes that focused, flourished and became extinct about 250 million years ago. 
The dominant extant line of segmented marine invertebrates is the crustacean, characterized by 
animals with tubular limbs that operate through the hinged joints of their exoskeletons. A 1981 
production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 

LIFE ON EARTH [6] : THE FIRST FORESTS 

h-c-a 23 minutes 85072 color:$18.75 

Explains how the first forms of aquatic life that began colonization on the barren land were faced with 
overcoming their continuing limitations imposed by marine origins. Absolute and continuous dependence 
on water was solved by development of the waxy cuticle; lack of physical support out of water was 
solved by thicker cell walls; internal tubes and extended roots assisted vertical growth. Reproductive 
fertilization advanced with the emergence of the cycad (cone) and the coniferous seed. A 1981 
production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 

LIFE ON EARTH [7] : THE COMING OF INSECTS 

h-c-a 20 minutes 85073 color: $ 18.25 

Demonstrates that insects descended from the segmented millipedes that were among the first land 
colonizers and fed off the contemporaneously emerging forests. Includes silverfish, bees, flies, and 
dragonflies as examples preserved for 200 million years in amber resin fossils from conifers in the 
Petrified Forest. Designed for flight with a wide variety of wing structures, insects have three-part 
bodies (initially wingless) with the central thorax containing three pairs of legs. Since flowers and 
insects co-evolved, insects adapted specialized anatomical equipment for pollination at the same time 
that flowers adapted the strategy of cross-fertilization. A 1981 production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 

LIFE ON EARTH [8]: FLOWERS AND INSECTS 

h-c-a 24 minutes 85074 color:$18.75 

Shows interdependent evolution as one of the results of the coming of flowers, when plants and insects 
began a symbiotic relationship that has shaped the evolutionary course of both. A variety of devices, 
incentives and interactions are discussed, including the specificity of flowers' color, pattern and scent, 
as well as examples of gamesmanship in evolution. Shows the necessity of the process of 
metamorphosis in insect development, as well as specialized attractions in insects for purposes of 
reproduction, including color, scent, and rhythmic noise. A 1981 production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 

LIFE ON EARTH [9]: THE SWARMING HORDES 

h-c-a 23 minutes 85075 color:$18.75 

Defines insects as organisms consisting of a head, a thorax containing six legs and usually two pairs of 
wings, and an abdomen containing digestive and reproductive organs, with an exoskeleton. 
Demonstrates that insects compensate for their small size by forming the most elaborate and efficient 
social networks in the animal world, maintained by pheromones (chemical controls), and organized for 
the propagation of genes. Includes termites, wasps, honey bees, and ants as examples. A 1981 
production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 

LIFE ON EARTH [10]: THE CONQUEST OF THE WATERS 

h-c-a 20 minutes 85076 color: $18. 25 

Explains the development of the fish from the sea-squirt, an inconspicuous organism linked through 
embryological evidence, as well as the lancelet and the present day lamprey, whose fossilized 
precursors date back 540 million years. Early fish, confronted by the problems of buoyancy and 
imprecise steering, survived by adapatations seen in the shark, the ray, and the bichir. Protofish with 
cartilage are traced as they evolve into modern fish with bony skeletons. A 1981 production, (bbc/wb; 
pennc) 

LIFE ON EARTH [11]: THE BONY FISHES 

h-c-a 25 minutes 85077 color:$18.75 

Demonstrates the dominance of the bony-skeleton fish in virtually every part of Earth's hydrosphere as 
a result of effective adaptation: scales on modern fish are light weight and streamlined; pectoral and 
pelvic fins are effective for steering and stopping; a swim bladder provides buoyancy. Pictures a variety 
of fish in settings throughout the world, to demonstrate such phenomena as speedy and precise 
mobility for predation and escape, camouflage, color discrimination, self-advertisement, armor, and 
anatomical modifications. Specialized adaptations include altered metabolism, blindness, light 
production, expandable stomachs for infrequent ingestion, flying, and mobility on land. A 1981 
production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 

LIFE ON EARTH [12]: THE INVASION OF THE LAND 

h-c-a 22 minutes 85078 color:$18.75 

Shows how powerful ancestral dependencies on water were overcome to allow vertebrates to emerge 
from water to land environments, using the modern mudskipper whose fins are similar to those of the 
lungfish and the coelacanth, a bony fish that lived 350 million years ago, and was recently discovered 
to exist today. Three amphibian groups became at least partially adapted to land: urodeles, represented 
by salamanders and newts, seem most like the earliest amphibians; caecilians lose their legs altogether 
in a reversion to a more primitive life form; anurans, represented by frogs and toads, have larger and 
stronger legs for land use and have lost their tails. A 1981 production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 

LIFE ON EARTH [13]: THE AMPHIBIANS 

h-c-a 22 minutes 85079 color:$18 75 

Illustrates amphibian anatomical innovations that serve as adaptive strategies: an extendable tongue 
aids in capturing prey and removing indigestible debris: eye blinking keeps the eye moist; an eardrum 
amplifies environmental vibrations; resonating chambers in the throat amplify transmitted sounds. 
Amphibians partially succeeded in adapting on land. They still show dependence on water for 
reproduction, and have water-permeable skins. Reptiles, next in evolutionary line, were more successful 
in these adaptations. A 1981 production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 



LIFE ON EARTH [14] : VICTORS OF THE DRY LAND 

h-c-a 18 minutes 85080 color:$18. 

Recaps how reptiles eliminated the two impediments to land colonization that restricted the adapti 
range of amphibians: watertight skin allows reptiles such as the Galapagos Islands tortoises, iguam 
and chameleons to endure extreme heat through ectothermic temperature regulation. The innovati 
mechanism of an egg allows for the delivery of sperm so that fertilization occurs internally before t 
developing embryo is encased in its tough, water-tight egg shell and deposited in the nest. A 191 
production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 



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LIFE ON EARTH [15]: THE DINOSAURS AND THEIR DESCENDENTS 

h-c-a 21 minutes 85081 color: $18. 

Examines the earliest reptiles, the largest and most imposing land animals of all time that dominat 
the earth for about 150 million years. Two likely reasons for the immense size of dinosaurs are th' 
reliance on stomachs rather than molars for processing food, and their need to modulate the inten 
temperatures with increased mass. Considers brontosaurus, stegosaurus, triceratops, and other spec 
that are extinct probably, it is suspected, because of lower earth temperatures. Crocodiles and iguar 
are among the closest surviving relatives of the dinosaur, revealing behavioral similarities to t 
ancient reptiles. A 1981 production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 



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LIFE ON EARTH [16]: FROM REPTILES TO BIRDS 

h-c-a 24 minutes 85082 color:$18 

Traces the emergence of the snake, a species of burrowing, legless lizard with effective mechanisms 
surface locomotion, mobility, and flexibility that it uses to stalk prey. Snakes are advanced over ot 
reptiles, especially lizards, in several other areas, including reproduction, communication, predati 
and the remote sensing of heat and odor. The structural modification of the reptilian scale to the btr 
feather permitted colonization of the air through aerodynamic design, and insulation for heat conl 
well before the era that brought the demise of dinosaurs. In addition, reptilian structure was modi! 
to minimize weight for flight by replacing bony teeth and jaws with keratin beaks and bony tails » 
feathers. A 1981 production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 






LIFE ON EARTH [17] : LORDS OF THE AIR 

h-c-a 23 minutes 85083 color:$U 

Uses stunning color motion photography from throughout the world to demonstrate the divergent 
the species of birds that exist. Emphasizes that all birds lay eggs, rather than carry them internally 
divest themselves of extra weight; they incubate, rather than abandon, their young. Demonstrates 
variety of forms of winged flight resulting from differing adaptive strategies, all of which are b 
energy efficient and coordinated with feeding habits. Shows birds that have abandoned flight altoge - 
to live on land in areas free of predators and amply provided with food. A 1981 production. (bbc y 
pennc) 



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LIFE ON EARTH [18] : THE RISE OF THE MAMMALS 

h-c-a 22 minutes 85084 color: $11 

Stresses visually that the fundamental mammalian features of endothermy, body fur, and breast-fee- 
cannot be traced in the fossil record, but instead can be inferred only from other lines of evidence ! 
as skull and tooth structure. The first mammals, appearing 200 million years ago, wer,e small 
nocturnal, thereby able to compete with dinosaurs, and ultimately radiated into two mam lines diffe 
in reproductive strategy — the marsupials and the placentals. The earliest marsupials, whose fern |j 
carry their immature young in a nurturing body pouch, were found in South America at a period ds 
to 60 million years ago; they spread to other continents and thrive today in isolation primaril 
Australia. A 1981 production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 



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LIFE ON EARTH [19]: THE MARSUPIALS 

h-c-a 23 minutes 85085 color:$ll--- : 

Develops the principle of evolution that lines of animals subject to the same selective pressures ter> ?,?; 
evolve in similar ways by showing marsupial analogues for animals in both Australia and North Ami 
— flying squirrels, anteaters, rodents, cats, and wolves identical in appearance and behavior 
separately evolved. Demonstrates similar parallels between marsupial and placental animals, feati 
the kangaroo as a unique marsupial form, evolved from smaller forest dwellers. It is shown to be 
adapted to the desert, to its need for efficient locomotion by jumping, and to the reproductive neei 
its environment where the mother is capable of maintaining three offspring in different stage 
development simultaneously throughout her reproductive years. A 1981 production, (bbc/wb; pen 



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LIFE ON EARTH [20] : MAMMALS OF THE SEA 

h-c-a 20 minutes 85086 color:$1 

Features the other main mammalian line that developed parallel to the marsupials: the placen 
Proven to be more broadly adaptable, they allow their young to develop undisturbed inside 
placenta, an internal exchange organ that nourishes the fetus by chemical contact with the mot 
bloodstream until it is almost able to fend for itself. Whales are shown as an example of li 
warm-blooded animals that colonized the sea. Dolphins are studied to determine whether they 
language abilities to match their sonar capacities for locating objects with precision. A I 
production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 

LIFE ON EARTH [21] : THEME AND VARIATIONS 

h-c-a 24 minutes 85087 color: $i 

Expresses the principle that such mammals as bats and whales are so widely diverse in form becai 
their differing adaptations to the environments they inhabit. Notes that such biologically unre 
species as whales and fish are more alike than different because they inhabit the same environi 
another result of necessity of adaptation to survival. Includes the aardvark and the tree shn 
modern mammal that simultaneously resembles rodents, squirrels, and monkeys. Explains why 
mammals were insectivores and demonstrates the sonar abilities of bats, whose fossilized skel 
date back as far as 50 million years. A 1981 production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 



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LIFE ON EARTH [22] : THE LEAF EATERS §ls|, 

h-c-a 21 minutes 85088 color:$ 

Demonstrates how forests 50 million years ago, filled with ferns, flowering plants, and leafy ' i 
became a vast untapped food source for certain mammals that had been insectivores. A varii 



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ive strategies solved survival and dietary problems for the newly vegetarian mammals, including 
il immobility, increased dexterity, longer legs, specialized toes, new cheek pouches, different 
je habits, hibernation, foraging, and bark stripping. When grasslands developed 25 million years 
5 a result of drier climates, vegetarians and carnivores became less solitary and more cooperative 
vival strategy behavior, as exemplified by the cohesive underground societies of prairie dogs. A 
production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 



ON EARTH [23]: THE HUNTERS AND THE HUNTED 

i 25 minutes 85089 color:$ 18.75 

vs the development of two independently evolving lines of hooved grazing animals that depend on 

ig from predators as an adaptive survival strategy — one line composed of horses and zebras, 

Ho middle toe enlarged and hardened into a hoof, and another line, composed of antelope, deer, and 

,tes, who ran on two toes instead of one and consequently have cloven hooves. They survive by 

tig safety in numbers from the hunters of the plains — big, fast cats such as cheetahs that attain 

Is of 110 kilometers per hour in short bursts; slower lions that hunt in groups; and the even 

I r and smaller hyenas that are well-organized hunters of wildebeests and zebras. A 1981 

;lction. (bbc/wb; pennc) 

J ON EARTH [24] : A LIFE IN THE TREES 

ij 25 minutes 85090 color: $18. 75 

.•Anstrates that grasping hands with opposable thumbs and binocular vision for depth perception are 
liquirements for an effective arboreal life. Primates, of which there are about 200 kinds (including 
■sys, apes and humans) possess these characteristics; prosimians, primitive primates sharing 
■ characteristics are represented by lemurs and tarsiers. Widely dispersed geographically, monkeys 
l%\t most vividly colored of all mammals. They communicate with sound and often have 
jtructured social organizations to support the terrestrial as well as the arboreal aspects of their 
.■A 1981 production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 

f ON EARTH [25] : THE PRIMATES 

_-<! 22 minutes 85091 color: $18. 75 

Its that Asian and African apes demonstrated pre-adaptive behavior by leaving the jungle to 
.■ze the plains, a phenomenon that resulted in their development into humans. Traces the 
■ipment of apes as animals that swing by their arms in trees rather than leap from branch to 
■w\ like monkeys, and shows the consequent anatomical changes. Pictures orangutans and gibbons 
■iviving Asian apes, and gorillas and chimpanzees as modern African apes. It is the African ape that 
■lies insight into the condition of man's emergence. Describes the life styles, social orders, 
ties, and habits of these primates. A 1981 production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 



ION EARTH [26] : UPRIGHT MAN 

•ci 23 minutes 



85092 



color:$18.75 



a ; the biological roots of humans to the African plains five to ten million years ago, characterized 

.lbs' good vision and agile hands, as well as their effectiveness at communication. Upright posture 

: lssential to protection, using tools, and hunting meat for nutrition; humans developed from 

Jive hunter-gatherer tribes to complex agricultural and technological societies colonizing the entire 

with virtually no predators but microbes. Coping effectively after spreading to Asia, Europe, and 

nericas during the ice age meant finding shelter, using fire for heat and cooking, and creating 

'■' ig. Evidence with film shows that the human species has not undergone substantial biological 

ion during the past 35 thousand years. A 1981 production, (bbc/wb; pennc) 






ON EARTH [27]: THE COMPULSIVE COMMUNICATORS 

25 minutes 85093 



color:$18.75 



ishes that a high selective premium was placed on the development of language to enhance the 

veness of the early hunter-gatherer tribes — primarily facial rather than vocal communication, 

)ly innate rather than learned. Two stages of evolution more rapid than others occurred: first, the 

? lery of agriculture and its settlement possibilities, and second, the discovery of writing, traced to 

II! amples found in Syria. Provides information to support the continuous thread of development of 

im s organisms in the history of nature, from the first bacteria 3.5 billion years ago through modern 

who is seen as an information user with power over nature and a determining voice in what 

next in the process of evolution. Final program in the series. A 1981 production, (bbc/wb; 



PATENT PENDING 

57 minutes 2 reels 70590 color:$28.50 

les implications of the patentability of new life forms developed through genetic manipulation: 

ulation and commercialization of genetic research. In 1980, such a patent was granted one form 

5»Ist tube life." Reviews the attempts to set safety levels for research; examines dissension in 

iities regarding commercial investments. Speculates on the possibilities inherent in the fact that 

DNA research is subject neither to restraint nor to guidelines. A 1982 production, (wgbh; tlf) 



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IN SEARCH OF A MODEL 

25 minutes 84776 color: $20. 50 

p demonstrations of, and explains, wave and particle behavior of light. Photoelectric effect at 
let frequency demonstrates energy / frequency interdependence of photons. Uses a ripple tank 
explain constructive and destructive wave interference; shows how it applies to refraction and 
ul in lens testing. Touches on solar cells as easier to explain in terms of the particle model. A 
production, (bbc / openu; umed) 



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IN THE SHADOWS: A BIOGRAPHY OF NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE 

23 minutes 850 1 6 color: $17.75 

ates the personality of Nathaniel Hawthrone by means of reenactments, drawings, and 
raphs of his home and its surrounding landscapes. Uses voiceover readings of selections from his 
s as well as commentary and narration. A 1981 production, (unic; ifb) 



S TO GROWTH (EDITED VERSION) 

a 30 minutes 83678 color:$ 18.75 

iry of the Ciub-of-Rome-sponsored research project published by Dennis Meadows under the same 
variables that affect the quality of life (resources, food, production, pollution, population). 



Results of the study indicated that if these five were not brought under control, the breakdown of the 
ecological system was inevitable. A longer version is available under the same title. A 1973 production 
(thtv; bon) 



LIQUIDS (CHEM 101) 

20 minutes 



c-a 



W U-Matic C00121 



color:$38.00 
Cassette Sale: $175.00 
Deals with characteristics of liquids, with special attention to water. Defines and demonstrates density, 
viscosity, surface tension, cohesive and adhesive forces, calling attention to certain practical results in 
the behavior of various liquids. Covers the concept of vapor pressure, graphing the effect of 
temperature on certain liquids. Includes heat of vaporization, intermolecular forces, dipole moment, 
London dispersion forces. Discusses the effect of hydrogen bonding on liquid properties, graphing the 
relation of molecular weight to boiling point. A 1975 production, (ui) 

LISTEN, CINDY 

i-j 17 minutes 57045 color:$ 15.25 

Cindy learns at gold-star level, and is obsessed with her accumulating row of them. Interaction with her 
classmates shows that, although she can recite the rules for good listening, her arrogant superiority is 
in the way of her applying them to her own conduct. She eventually is forced to see this herself, partly 
through the reading aloud of the gold star paper on listening: a delicate, poetic restatement of oriental 
philosophy by the shyest and newest member of the class, Lu. A 1981 production, (chu) 

LISTEN TO THE MOUNTAINS 

j-h-c-a 22 minutes 56673 color:$16.75 

The chronicle of a three week mountaineering trek into the high country, and of the nature of the 
renewal brought home from there. A 1977 production, (pyr) 

LISTENING FOR THE SALE 

h-c-a 19 minutes 56963 color:$18.50 

Demonstrates listening as a critical and active skill in the process of selling. Emphasizes five simple 
techniques which will help anyone turn listening from a passive to an active skill: planning, note-taking, 
skillfull questioning, selective remembering, and seeking message verification. A 1982 production, (crm 
/ mcgh) 

LISTENING FOR LANGUAGE 

c-a 20 minutes 56994 color: $17.50 

Presents, with demonstrations, the auditory-verbal and auditory-oral methods for teaching 
communication to the deaf. Differentiates the methods, identifying degress of hearing loss. Parents are 
urged to consider the social implications of the method chosen. A 1982 production, (afltd; bed) 

LISTENING: THE PROBLEM SOLVER 

j-h-c-a 20 minutes 56784 color: $ 17.50 

Lists and dramatizes humorously the six bad habits which prevent good listening. Bad habits dramatized 
are distraction, closed mind, non-stop talking, jumping to conclusions, prejudice, and thinking speed. 
Good types of listening include critical, sympathetic, and creative, whose techniques and characteristics 
are carefully presented. A 1981 production, (call / veri; ab) 

THE LITTLE BROWN BURRO 

p-i 25 minutes 84478 color:$ 16.00 

Imagination and animation recount and dramatize the finding of self-confidence by a little brown 
donkey who had been made to feel useless. The adventures of the little donkey with the desert rat Omar 
form the greater part of the story: only toward the end does the viewer realize that it will merge with 
the Christmas story. A 1977 production, (atk; lea) 

THE LITTLE DUTCH MILL 

general 9 minutes 05047 color:$ 10.00 

Two Dutch children find themselves in trouble with a menacing miser in this Max Fleischer Color 
Classic. 3-D animation. A 1934 production, (par; fest) 

THE LITTLE MERMAID 

general 25 minutes 84606 color: $18. 50 

Animation brings life to the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale of the Little Mermaid who falls in love 
with a prince she saves from shipwreck. Learning that she needs a soul to be a human being, so that 
she can be with him, she trades her voice to the Enchantress of the Seven Seas, for a soul. The 
restriction is placed that she will die if the prince marries someone else. The prince, who sees her as a 
child, does eventually schedule his marriage to someone else. The Little Mermaid's sister brings her a 
dagger and urges her to kill the prince to save herself: in her selfless refusal to do so, she is rewarded 
with a soul and with Paradise. A 1974 production, (pott; pyr) 

LIVING MACHINES 

h-c-a 57 minutes 70535 color: $27.50 

Summarizes research projects which have investigated "natural engineering" — the establishment of 
why plant parts and animal parts are shaped as they are, how this affects motion and function and vice 
versa. Projects summarized by young scientists engaged in this research include: shapes of sheltered 
barnacles as compared with those from open sea; characteristics of the slime which helps slugs move; 
structural design of bone and tooth substance; creatures shaped by surface tension; why a single oak 
tree produces leaves of two different shapes; how prairie dog burrows are ventilated; what the shape of 
two species of anemones implies for strength and food-gathering; the integration of muscle into the 
design of the shark — how the skin prevents aneurism; proportion in plants and animals, and 
movement in bacteria, the only known organism with a rotary joint. A 1977 production, (bbc; tlf) 



LIVING WAY OUT 

h-c-a 25 minutes 



84911 



color: $2 1.25 
Film sale:$375.00 
Cassette sale: $225 00 
Deals frankly with living problems in remote communities, focusing on Shay Gap, a company mining 



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town in northwestern Australia. People are attracted by high wages, but despite careful planning, 
modern amenities and air-conditioned homes, many express dissatisfaction. Domestic stress is high; 
single men are bored; there are few recreational pursuits in this isolated desert region. Articulate 
on-camera statements from a population cross-section suggest less company town paternalism, 
planning with people, not for them and avoiding transplanting the architecture and attitudes of 
suburbia. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

[LIVING WITH ARTHRITIS] (VIVRE AVEC SA POLYARTHRITE) 

c-a 



20 minutes 



U-Matic 



K00087 



color:$28.00 
Cassette Sale: $180.00 
Shows how the repetitive nature of many daily tasks accelerates the effect of arthritic disease. 
Recommends and lists a number of 'joint-sparing' methods and devices designed by the Ergotherapy 
Center, showing these in actual use by patients. A 1981 production, (jabo) 



LIVING WITH DISASTER 

h-c-a 24 minutes 



84912 



color: $2 1.00 
Film sale:$360.00 
Cassette sale: $220. 00 
Demonstrates how Australia deals with periodic natural disasters. The National Disaster Organization is 
well-equipped for immediate emergency action and there is dramatic on-the-spot re-examination of three 
modern disasters — the Darwin cyclone, the Tasmania bushfires and the Brisbane flooding. The film 
also stresses the need to go beyond immedidate physical relief — food, shelter, evacuation of victims 
— and consider post-disaster physchological needs, co-ordinated social welfare, and the importance of 
consulting the community on rebuilding plans, and warns against over-bureaucratized rehabilitation. A 
1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



LIVING WITH THE CITY 

h-c-a 24 minutes 



84913 



color: $2 1.00 
Film sale:$360.00 
Cassette sale: $220. 00 
Traces urban development in Australia over the years with stills and old footage, then shows the 
situation today in Melbourne and Sydney. A new social awareness is needed to preserve old inner-core 
neighborhoods. Resident advisory councils are shown in action and citizen resistance to further 
demolition and, especially, highway construction. Public agencies fund upgrading of old dwellings, 
maintain balance between rental and private ownership. Government purchase of dilapidated areas 
permits unified rehabilitation and long-term planning. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

LOGDRIVERS 

h-c-a 15 minutes 56974 mixed: $15.00 

Contrasts the life of contemporary log drivers on the Coulonge River in Quebec with those of the drivers 
of the 1920's, using documentary footage from that era. Voiceover commentary and interview features 
a retired log-driver who remembers 'how it was.' A 1981 production, (mibar; befi) 

THE LONELY HUNTER (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 

k-p 6 minutes 05018 color:$10.50 

Recounts the Eskimo version of how man became companioned: Nyiak, befriending a baby seal, still 
feels the need of someone more like himself. The baby seal, sensing this need, calls on Sedra, the 
Queen of the Sea. One day a kayak comes, bringing a companion. Puppet animation, 1982 (ancan; befi) 

LOOK AROUND YOU IN AUTUMN (CAPTIONED) 

/'-/ 17 minutes 57027 color:$13.75 

Captioning makes content accessible to hearing impaired audiences. For description, see original entry, 
(dip; mcfi) 

LOOK AROUND YOU IN SPRING (CAPTIONED) 

/-/ 17 minutes 57028 color: $13. 75 

Captioned version makes content accessible to hearing impaired audiences. For description, see original 
entry, (dtp; mcfi) 

LOOK AROUND YOU IN SUMMER (CAPTIONED) 

i-j 17 minutes 57029 color:$13.75 

Captioned version makes content accessible to hearing impaired audiences. For description, see original 
entry, (dfp; mcfi) 

LOOK AROUND YOU IN THE DESERT 

i-j 18 minutes 57031 color:$ 14.00 

Defines 'desert' and describes characteristics, identifying four principal desert regions of the United 
States and filming plant and animal life in each. Shows the Great Basin, Mojave, Chihuahua and Sonora 
deserts with typical flora and fauna. A 1981 release, (dfp; mcfi) 

LOOK AROUND YOU IN THE EVERGLADES 

j-h-c-a 19 minutes 57097 color:$ 15.50 

Shows seasonal changes in the everglades, and flora and fauna typical of that ecological environment: 
cypress, mangrove, epiphyte, bromeliad and orchid; deer, cougar, alligator, otter, blue heron, purple 
galinou, manatee, (mude; mcfi) 

LOOK AROUND YOU IN WINTER (CAPTIONED) 

i-j 17 minutes 57030 color:$ 13.75 

Captioned version makes content accessible to hearing impaired audiences. For description, see original 
entry, (dfp; mcfi) 



A LOOK AT RURAL INDIA 

h-c-a 16 minutes 



56885 



color:$ 16.00 
Film sale: $240.00 
Cassette sale:$ 145.00 
Shows development of systematic agriculture, irrigation systems, cooperatives and agro-industries 



which demonstrate that a villager does not have to be a victim of nature. Mahatma Gandhi foresaw t| 
development of a rural economy was the key to improving living environment in India as a whij) 
Isolation is ended through education and a nation integrated by roads. A 1976 production, (unchs; i| 

LOW BACK PAIN 

general 14 minutes 57078 color: $13\ 

Presents back maintenance as a "full-time job." Animation shows the structure to be maintained, v 
its characteristics, while narration gives necessary positions for safe resting, standing, sitting, lyi 
and lifting. Identifies weakness due to lack of exercise as a principal source of trouble. Diagra ] 
slipped disc/pinched nerve problem. Uses the plot-frame of a man injured during yard work to si 
proper procedures for treatment. Urges weight control and regular exercise as the most effect 
deterrents. A 1975 production, (pri; ffco) 

MACHINE SHOP SAFETY 

h-c-a 13 minutes 56821 color: $1* 

Covers necessary protective procedures and equipment for prevention of injury and respiratory darn 
in typical situations involving power tools and hand tools. Interviews a safety officer and two accit 
victims to emphasize the danger of ignoring known safety practices. A 1979 production, (bort; aol) 

[THE MAD YEARS OF SYLVAIN FUSCO] (LES ANNEES FOLLES DE SYLVAIN 
FUSCO) 

c-a 14 minutes %" U-Matic K00079 , color:$2t 

Cassette Sale: $121 
Recounts the biography and shows the artistic production of Sylvain Fusco, one of a number of chili 
of an Italian immigrant family in France at the turn of the century. Admitted in 1930, at age 27, 
mental hospital which he was never able to leave, Fusco was encouraged by a doctor to indulge 
artistic talent. "If he had not been mad," asserts the narrator, "he would have been the equa 
Picasso." Prix hors concours, Entretiens de Bichat, 1979. (jabo) 



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MADE IN JAPAN, Part 1: CULTURAL INFLUENCES ON INDUSTRY 

h-c-a 16 minutes 85094 color:$1l 

Identifies cultural philosophies and behaviors which contributed to Japan's ability not only to rect 
from the war, but to outstrip other countries in business, industry, productivity and managerr 
performance. Focuses on the 99% literacy, the emotional-instinctive group ethic which makes 
personal involvement at both worker and management levels, the ability to mesh the human trai 
individual identity-seeking with group goals. A 1982 production, (wabc; abc) 



MADE IN JAPAN, Part 2: BUSINESS PRACTICES AND CHANGING LIFESTYLES 

h-c-a 22 minutes 85095 color: $h 

Identifies elements in business philosophy and in business-government interaction which Japai 
managers feel contribute to their success. Japanese industrialists do not understand government a 
adversary, but as a joint venturer and a research and development resource. Since neither 
individual nor the firm is as heavily taxed as in America, more capital is available for reinvestmei 
improving equipment and procedures. (Average reinvestment runs 30%.) Americans living and woi 
in Japan comment. A 1981 production, (wabc; abc) 



THE MAGIC OF DANCE - REFLECTIONS BY MARGOT FONTEYN, 1: THE SCEN 
CHANGES 

j-h-c-a 60 minutes 70484 Mixed:$3. 

Dame Margot Fonteyn shares views and memories of dance and of dancers, commenting on her 
career and interviewing other famous performers. Interviews include Fred Astaire, Sammy Davis 
Rudolf Nureyev. Performances include the pas de deux from Act 2 of "Swan Lake," danced by Na 
Makarova and Michael Denard; a portion of Roland Petit's new ballet "Fascintin' Rhythm" (inspire 
Fred Astaire) danced by Luigi Bonino; a stylistic demonstration on tap dance by Sammy Davis, 
footage of Galina Ulanova's 1954 performance of "Romeo and Juliet;" an excerpt from Mohammed 
film The Greatest, performed by Virginia Johnson and Eddie Shellman of the Dance Theater of Hai 
footage of the pas de deux from "Le Corsaire" danced by Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev; Nur 
dancing "Pierrot Lunaire;" and the grandpas de deux from Act 3 of Tchaikovski's "Sleeping Beai 
danced by Lynn Seymor, Rudolf Nureyev and members of the British Royal Ballet. A 1979 produc 
Mounted on two reels, (bbc / rmpm / tlf; tlf) 



: 



: 



THE MAGIC OF DANCE - REFLECTIONS BY MARGOT FONTEYN, 2: THE EBB 
FLOW 

j-h-c-a 60 minutes 70485 Mixed:$3 

Margot Fonteyn looks into the history of ballet, and its tendency to cross national borders, prese 
first the story of Anna Pavlova, with footage showing three of her most famous solos. Russian, Fn 
and Italian contributions to ballet are reviewed. Carolyn Sinclair, Matthew Hawkins and Sue Nye d 
"Flor and Zephyr." Wayne Sleep impersonates America's John Durang doing the Hornpipe, to show 
was popular in America. Fonteyn and Nureyev perform the pas de deux from "Giselle;" Spanish dai 
is illustrated with a performance of "Zapateado;" the Opening and Adagio of "Don Quixote" 
performed by Yoki Morishita and Fetsutaru Shimizu; Fonteyn performs in "Sleeping Beauty" and Mi 
Baryshnikov in "Petrushka;" the pas de deux from "Apollo" (Stravinsky) is performed by Vy 
Lorraine and Desmond Kelly. Examines contributions of Diaghliev, Tchaikovsky, Balanchine. A 
production. Mounted on two reels, (bbc / rmpm / tlf; tlf) 



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I 



THE MAGIC OF DANCE - REFLECTIONS BY MARGOT FONTEYN, 3: WHAT IS 
NEW? 

j-h-c-a 60 minutes 70486 Mixed:$c 

Margot Fonteyn introduces pioneers of dance as a performing art in the early years of this cen 
beginning with Isadora Duncan. The spirit of 'art nouveau' was captured in "The Champagne Dai 
re-created by Suzanne Kirnbauer. Early film footage demonstrates the art of Lois Fuller. The Lo 
Contemporary Dance Theater performs "Khamsin," a dance named for the desert wind. It 
contributions are acknowledged, as are those of Ruth St. Denis, Ted Shawn, and Martha Gra 
Performances include "Troy Games," by the Dance Theater of Harlem; "Spectre de la Rose," perfo 
by Fonteyn and Baryshnykov. Stories include the life of Nijinski and an interview with his daughl 
1979 production. Mounted on two reels, (bbc / rmpm / tlf; tlf) 



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THE MAKING OF MANKIND [6] : SETTLING DOWN / 51 



! MAGIC OF DANCE - REFLECTIONS BY MARGOT FONTEYN, 4: THE 
tOMANTIC BALLET 

c-a 60 minutes 70487 color: $32. 50 

got Fonteyn recounts the history and characterizes the spirit of ballet from 1832, when Marie 
oni was the toast of Europe, until the romanticism dissolved into the frivolity ot the Folies Berg'ere. 
ides a history of the ballet shoe, and of some ot the world's most famous ballerinas: Fannie Elsler, 
la Livry. Performances include a scene from Act 2 of "La Sylphide" danced by Mette Honningen, 
iming Ryberg and the Royal Danish Ballet; the doll dance from "Coppelia" performed by Roland 
; a selection from "Les Sylphides," performed by Ivan Nagy, Yoko Morishita, Marguerite Porter and 
...(jot Fonteyn. A 1979 production. Mounted on two reels, (bbc / rmpm / tlf; tlf) 

j: MAGIC OF DANCE - REFLECTIONS BY MARGOT FONTEYN, 5: THE 
MAGNIFICENT BEGINNING 

c-a 60 minutes 70488 color: $32. 50 

, j e Margot Fonteyn at Versailles recounts the beginning of the history of dance as a performing art, 

I of those ballerinas whose pictures grace the halls of that castle where it started. Louis XIV was 

J [ably among the first to realize the potential of dance as a theater art, and fostered it accordingly. 

-1 prmances include a Spanish 'bolero,' a scene from "The Little Match Girl" performed by the Dance 

|i [lemy of the Peking Ballet School; a rehearsal at the Paris Opera, the Trick Dance from "La 

■■omanie;" excerpts from "La Fille Mai Gardee," performed by Wendy Ellis, David Wall, and Ronald 

len; the bedroom scene from Roland Petit's "Carmen," performed by Petit and Zizi Jeanmaire. A 

I production. Mounted on two reels, (bbc / rmpm / tlf; tlf) 



MAGIC OF DANCE - REFLECTIONS BY MARGOT FONTEYN, 6: OUT IN THE 
MELIGHT, HOME IN THE RAIN 

>a 60 minutes 70489 color: $32. 50 

ot Fonteyn comments on what dance means in the life of a dancer. Shown are "Salut d'amour a 

;ot Fonteyn," a dance created by Frederic Ashton for a birthday tribute on the occasion of her 

ement; rehearsals of 6-year-olds and of adult dancers at the Royal Ballet School; make-up 

liques, a full performance of Ashton's ballet "Marguerite and Armand," created for Fonteyn and 

Cev and based on Dumas' La Dame aux Cam'elias. A 1979 production. Mounted on two reels, (bbc / 
/ tlf; tlf) 



MAGIC OF IRELAND 

>a 12 minutes 84871 color: $12 50 

_ ps together all the attractions for which Ireland is famous: a chorus of colleens, the greens of the 
tryside with its sheep and horses, the beauties of the medieval architecture at Trinity College and 
atrick's Cathedral, the sophistication of dining at a fancy contemporary hotel and attending a 
' race. Lists authors inspired by the beauty of Ireland, saying "The city reveals the mind; the 
ry reveals the soul." A 1978 production, (sa; abc) 



r ilC RITES: CHICKEN SACRIFICE (AFRICAN VILLAGE LIFE SERIES) 

7 minutes 05087 color:$ 13.00 

ds one of the Dogon rituals of divination and appeasement of divine forces, involving the sacrifice, 
ng and consumption of a chicken. A 1967 production, (iff) 



MAGIC WATER (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 

6 minutes 05019 color:$10.50 

us Alikammig as he runs away because he is blind and no one will play with him. Finding some 
seals whose mother has temporarily disappeared, he decides to take care of them, catching fish 
eeding them. When their mother returns and learns of his kindness, she gets some magic water 
Sedra, the Queen of the Sea, which restores Alikammig's sight. Puppet animation. 1982. (ancan; 



m 



IC RITES: DIVINATION BY ANIMAL TRACKS (AFRICAN VILLAGE LIFE SERIES) 

7 minutes 05088 color:$ 13.00 

one rite of divination as practiced among the Dogon. Shamans or soothsayers, usually the elders 
! village, act as messengers of Providence, which the Dogon believe to rule and to guide human 
1967 production, (iff) 



NETISM AND FIELDS OF FORCE (PHYSICAL SCIENCE LEARNING LAB SERIES) 

14 minutes 56737 color: $13. 50 

>sor Gerello and his learning lab team explain and demonstrate the following concepts: magnets, 
itism, fields of force, particle behavior, domains, and the relationship between electricity and 
tism. Magnets, models, illustrations and animation are used. A 1980 production, (ab) 

NETS: 



si ■ 



THE DRAGON'S SECRET 

15 minutes 56756 color: $13. 25 

nagnetism acts, how magnets are made and used, what materials magnets attract, form the 
ince of the animated portion (involving a knight and a clever dragon) and the photographed 
n (involving adults manufacturing magnets and children doing simple experiments.) Discusses the 
ation of magnetism to compasses, touches on its great variety of applications in daily life. A 1981 
ction. (eb) 

DO'S PUDDLE JUMPER 

Ira/ 7 minutes 05051 color: $10.25 

invests in a Baker Electric Car, and he and his nephew Waldo have an accidental underwater 
Animated. A 1956 production, (ca; chu) 

\TMA GANDHI: SOUL FORCE (LEADERS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 
|RIES) 

24 minutes 84825 mixed: $16 75 

fits the biography of Gandhi, showing how he won the title "Mahatma," meaning "Great Soul." 
I the evolution of his philosophy from the time he studied law in England, through his 21 years of 
• African service when he became increasingly preoccupied with religious values, to his position as 



the acknowledged spiritual leader of India, where his method of nonviolent resistance accomplished 
some of his goals. A 1978 production, (nife / nyt; lea) 

MAKING DECISIONS ABOUT SEX 

j-h 25 minutes 85111 color: $17 50 

Seven teens express their thoughts about, feelings toward, and experience (or lack of experience) with 
sexual intercourse, stating reasons for their attitudes. Seeks to identify the sources of pressure on 
young people which lead many to behavior they regret, and to identify some consequences which cause 
such regret. A 1981 production, (chu) 

THE MAKING OF A PACKAGE DEAL (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

h-c-a 28 minutes 85153 color: $38. 00 

C85153 color:$38.00 

Gives an overview of procedures for interesting a publisher in a book. 7/10 of publishers are now 
owned by conglomerates, which insist on thorough marketing surveys, good track records, and, if 
possible, previous exposure of the title in other media. Tells the story of one 'idea package' involving 
two BBC producers-turned-authors, who have made package deals of television series/book 
rights/paperback rights/digest rights on seven previous sublets. Focuses on the attempt to do as well 
with "The Day the Bubble Burst," a historical review of the 1929 crash, which disappears from the best 
seller list in a disappointing single week. A 1981 production, (wgbh; lea) 

THE MAKING OF A SAINT 

c-a 55 minutes 2 reels 70253 color:$28 75 

Uses the proposal for the canonization of Pope John as the basis to examine the rationale for 
canonization. Gives the history of the canonization of several Catholic saints, showing the elaborate 
documentation necessary for the acceptance of spectacular cures: cites the withdrawal from the 
register of saints of certain popular figures such as St. Christopher due to lack of substantive evidence. 
Interviews the family of a British child cured from cystic fibrosis, whose cure led to the canonization of 
40 Welsh martyrs. Visits a community festival which features the annual dramatization of the life of a 
fourteen-year-old country village girl who was canonized. Emphasizes the nature, cost, and 
thoroughness of research into verification of the four miracles required by the church to qualify a saint. 
Visits the birthplace of John XXIII, showing his brother in the vineyard. Reviews testimonies of people 
who attribute their cures to John XXIII. A 1972 production (thtv; bon) 

MAKING IT MOVE 

general 10 minutes 04929 color: $12. 50 

Documents the amazing amount of time, work and creativity in an animated film. Follows the actual 
creation of one, from idea through storyboard and preparation of eels. Fast paced, with exuberant 
musical accompaniment. A 1979 production, (hbcf; phpr) 

MAKING OF MANKIND [1]: IN THE BEGINNING 

h-c-a 55 minutes 2 reels 70581 color:$30.00 

Gives an overview of prehistory, reconstructed from archeological and evolutionary evidence, from 3 Vi 
thousand million years ago to thirty million years ago, when the common ancestor of humans is said to 
have appeared. Filmically reconstructs the appearance of these beings and surmises their lifestlye. 
Lecturers include Richard Leakey, Professor Steven Gould, Dr. Peter Williamson. A 1981 production, 
(bbc; tlf) 

THE MAKING OF MANKIND [2]: ONE SMALL STEP 

h-c-a 55 minutes 2 reels 70582 color:$30.00 

Explores the significance of Mary Leakey's discovery of the oldest known human footprints, establishing 
upright walking behavior as extant half a million years ago. Professor Owen Lovejoy of Kent State 
theorizes that it was an adaptation to forest-dwelling. Shows and discusses the famous "Lucy" 
skeleton, with an artist's version of "Lucy." Scholars debate the number and variety of ancient hominid 
species. Resumes research of Dr. Alan Walker of Johns Hopkins: deductions made from electron 
microscope examination of wear patterns on teeth. A 1981 production, (bbc; tlf) 

THE MAKING OF MANKIND [3] : A HUMAN WAY OF LIFE 

h-c-a 55 minutes 2 reels 70583 color: $30.00 

Visits one of the few hunter-gatherer groups still extant, drawing conclusions about early man from 
their lifestyle. Visits the site of an African dig, explaining how sites are chosen and managed, how 
conclusions are drawn from observed patterns. Identifies food-carrying and sharing as specifically 
human behaviors. A 1981 production, (bbc; tlf) 

THE MAKING OF MANKIND [4]: BEYOND AFRICA 

h-c-a 55 minutes 2 reels 70584 color:$30.00 

Speculates about the spread of humans from Africa. The first good evidence of their presence elsewhere 
is in China. Richard Leakey comments on the habits and behavior of Peking man. Sees the development 
of paler skins as a necessity for better absorption of vitamin D as man moved to less sunny regions. 
Shows Yanomamo death rite, excavations at Nice. Considers the development of language as an impetus 
to the development of culture. A 1981 production, (bbc; tlf) 

THE MAKING OF MANKIND [5]: A NEW ERA 

h-c-a 55 minutes 2 reels 70585 color: $30. 00 

Reviews the 1960 discovery, by a Greek shepherd, of a series of linked undergound caves which proved 
to contain a "missing link" human skull, intermediate between homo erectus and modern man. 
Recounts the discovery of Neanderthal (first to use flowers in burial rites). Criticizes the erroneous 
deduction (from a diseased skeleton) that all were stooped. Leakey points out the maior differences in 
skull architecture. One scholar replicates and demonstrates stone-working methods. Discusses 
Cro-Magnon man: animation recreates an ice-age scene. Studies cave paintings and comments on their 
origin. A 1981 production, (bbc; tlf) 

THE MAKING OF MANKIND [6] : SETTLING DOWN 

h-c-a 55 minutes 2 reels 70586 color:$3000 

Examines paintings and sculpture from caves in the Pyrenees as evidence of the rise of myth and magic 
in culture; cites the presence of pierced shells (from ocean species) far inland as evidence of economic 



52 / THE MAKING OF MANKIND [6] : SETTLING DOWN 



barter. Richard Leakey speculates about the nature of the shift from hunter-gatherer to agricultural 
society — traces it to a major weather change at the end of the ice age. Visits excavations in the 
Jordan Valley, at Jericho, and in Peru. Comments on the implications of the evidence. A 1981 
production, (bbc; tlf) 

THE MAKING OF MANKIND [7]:THE SURVIVAL OF THE SPECIES 

h-c-a 55 minutes 2 reels 70587 color; $30.00 

Richard Leakey muses over the burial mounds near his headquarters in North Kenya, as to what 
brought us this far and where we might end. Debunking the idea of man as descended from killer apes, 
he criticizes early anthropologists for incorporating in their theories the pessimism of their times, and 
blames it for some of the aggression in our own. Offers alternative explanations of their evidence. 
Shows Bushmen clothed and playing jazz, making curios for tourists. Deplores military expenditures 
which could feed the hungry of the world. A 1981 production, (bbc; tlf) 

MALLORCA 

j-h-c-a 25 minutes H00014VC color: $2 1.50 

A hundred miles from Spain lies this island where the temperature in winter drops into the 60's, and 
the almond trees bloom in February. Narration gives some history, travel hints, cuisine, shopping, 
sightseeing, kinds of accommodations available. Note: Prices given, being those of production date, are 
not valid. Since many Chopin preludes were composed here, some background music is Chopin. %" 
U-Matic videocassette. 75 (?) (bon; heri) 

MALNUTRITION: [TOTAL PARENTERAL NUTRITION AND NUTRIENT MIXTURES] 

c-a 20 minutes %" U-Matic K00081 color: $28. 00 

Cassette Sale: $180. 00 
Summarizes basic necessities for human nutrition, while animation clarifies the roles of digestive 
system components in their processing. Gives effects of prolonged starvation in order: disappearance of 
glycogen stores, production of ketones, negative nitrogen balance, slowing of the KREBS cycle. 
Processes for preparing nutritive mixtures are shown, as are several patients in various stages of 
recovery with the use of the mixtures. A 1979 production, (jabo) 



MAN AND WATER IN BENIN 

h-c-a 21 minutes 



56886 



color: $18. 75 
Film sale: $3 15. 00 
Cassette sale: $190. 00 
Stresses that adequate provision of pure water has top priority in Benin, a country dependent on 
seasonal rainfall, polluted streams, deep laboriously-operated wells, and storage in clay jars. Women 
carry the water on their heads in unwieldy five-gallon tin baths; often the water is infested with 
mosquito larvae, lily spores and the parasitic guinea worm. The Benin Development Bank is financing 
basic water and electricty services, while in some areas local agro-industries provide both, tanker 
trucks supplying nearby villages and livestock. The film also touches on local fish-farming projects and 
the problems of building with clay. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

THE MAN CALLED FLINTSTONE 

p-i-j 87 minutes 3 reels 98937 color:$44.25 

In a satire of the super-spy film, the familiar Flintstones cavort through a children's feature. Voices of 
Alan Reed, Mel Blanc. A 1966 production, (hbp / ca; tlf) 

THE MAN WHO SKIED ANTARCTICA 

j-h-c-a 18 minutes 50288 color:$ 15.00 

Films the Antarctic skiing expedition of Yuichiro Miura (the man who skied Everest) recording his 
feelings in the voiceover narration, taken from his journal entries: "We came to live for a while on the 
edge of survival, to sharpen our senses.. ..For me, skiing is more than sport — it is Spirit." A 1980 
production, (chu) 

MANAGEMENT CLINIC SERIES see: 

EVALUATING A SMALL BUSINESS 
FINANCING A SMALL BUSINESS 
INSURANCE NEEDS FOR SMALL BUSINESS 
(fbdb; befi) 

MANAGEMENT OF INTOXICATED AND DISRUPTIVE PATIENTS 

c-a 20 minutes C00012 color:$ 10.00 

Demonstrates behavioral techniques for handling troublesome patients. Illustrated are: interfering with 
the treatment of other patients, verbal abuse and other problem behaviors. Staff strategies include 
verbal and nonverbal attention, contracting with the patient, and goal-setting. A 1979 production, 
(adrf; apa) 

MANAGEMENT OF URBAN GROWTH AND LAND USE 

h-c-a 21 minutes 56887 color: $18.75 

Film sale:$3 15.00 
Cassette sale: $190. 00 
Explains different regional plans for preserving and developing agricultural land — protected zones and 
land inventory in British Columbia, rural greenbelts separating suburban and industrial developments 
north of Toronto, and "land banking" in Saskatchewan and Alberta, which allows farmers to lease 
acreage and avoid crippling mortgages. The film also illustrates rural development projects to check 
migration to cities. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR NURSES, PART 1: MOVING UP - MAKING THE 
TRANSITION TO HEAD NURSE 

h-c-a 31 minutes 84874 color: $20. 50 

Dramatizes a critical day in the intensive care unit of a hospital, focusing on the management skills 
needed in the situations that arise for the new head nurse. Summarizes the qualities necessary for the 
position and shows them in action, with a recap at the end. Filmed at Holy Name Hospital in Teaneck, 
NJ. A 1979 production, (interg / andra; abc) 



MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR NURSES, PART 2: PLANNING - PREPARING FOR 
ACTION 

h-c-a 22 minutes 84875 color:$17 

Dramatizes the critical need for planning skills as a sudden influx of accident victims strains the hrr 
of staff and facilities in an intensive care unit already struggling with absenteeism and vacati 
schedules. Analyses the elements of good planning (staffing, assigning, scheduling) as they arise in 
drama, and does a recap of the key decisions at the end. Filmed at Holy Name Hospital in Teaneck, 
A 1979 production, (interg / andra; abc) 

MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR NURSES, PART 3: ORGANIZING - MAKING IT ALL 
HAPPEN 

h-c-a 26 minutes 85034 color: $18 

Uses a plot-frame of the attempted assassination of a Russian diplomat to reveal the rationale i 
nature of hospital organization. The diplomat's personal physician, nurse, and security person 
disrupt the normal chain of command and endanger the patient. Demonstrates how the head nu 
solves the problems; lists and reviews the qualities and procedures which enable her to do this. A 1! 
production, (interg/andra; abc) 



MANAGUA EARTHQUAKE 

h-c-a 20 minutes 



56888 



color: $1t 
Film sale:$30C 
Cassette sale:$ 18C 
Recalls the 1973 Managua, Nicaragua earthquake — buildings collapsing, fires, flooding, refugee tr< 
jams, soldiers dispersing looters — through on-the-spot footage. The ruined city was sealed 
Following seismic and geological surveys, the decision was made to rebuild, deconcentrating the i 
city into three centers, separating industrial, residential and recreational zones. The film shr 
reconstruction planning and progress; problems include high cost of new building, safety standards, 
extended interurban transit system. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

MANDABI 

c-a 90 minutes 3 reels 98975 color:$4l 

Dramatizes the story (based on a true incident turned into a novel) of an illiterate and unemplc 
man in Dakar who receives a large money order and a set of instructions from a nephew in Pari: 
dealing with literate and unprincipled bureaucracy, he is cheated. An individual story representative 
the person struggling to survive in a society which he cannot understand. Produced and directed 
Ousman Sembene. An international award winner, produced in 1968. (gropr) 

MANDY'S GRANDMOTHER 

/-/ 30 minutes 84701 color: $1, 

Mandy has a picture-book that tells about grandmothers, so she thinks she knows what they are 
But when her real grandmother comes for a visit, Mandy is very disappointed in the difference. Thi 
the story of how Mandy and her grandmother get together. Based on the children's book by Liesf 
Skorpen. (phpr) 

MANITOBA 

j-h-c-a 28 minutes H00019VC color: $2 

A twilight air view of Winnipeg introduces a camera tour of its province. Available shopping sM 
Indian, Eskimo, British influences. Cultural events include everything from summer outdoor theati 
the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Riverboat excursions are available to see the countryside, whose lakes 
never been counted: after 100,000, the tabulators gave up. Lists annual festivals and their locale 
many have an ethnic flavor, showing settler origins: French, Scotch, Icelandic, Mennomte. Prices ( 
are those of production date, and are not valid. %" U-Matic videocassette. '75 (?) (bon; heri) 

MAN-MADE MACROMOLECULES 

c-a 25 minutes 84789 color: $2 

Shows history and nature of several processes for producing man-made polymers. Examines in )j 
three: polyethylene, polypropylene, and nylon 6 — 6. Prepares samples of each on a laboratory s 
explains the mechanism of polymerization and lists characteristics and practical applications o 
products. A 1978 production, (bbc / openu; umed) 

MAN'S RELIGIOUS QUEST 

Lessons from the British Open University's course, featuring lecturers 
only from their staff, but from other world centers of learning, (openu; mg) 



MAN'S RELIGIOUS QUEST see: 

ALADURA: THE PRAYING PEOPLE 
EASTER WORSHIP: THE GREEK LITURGY 
THE MINDFUL WAY 

THE MOSQUE: PRAYER IN ITS SETTING 
THE PASSOVER AMONG YEMENI JEWS 
PILGRIMAGE 

PILGRIMAGE IN THE HINDU TRADITION 
THE ROARING SILENCE 
THREE FAMILES OF JERUSALEM 
(openu; mg) 



MAO BY MAO (MAO PAR LUI-MEME) 

h-c-a 30 minutes 84887 mixed:$ 

Historical footage with voiceover narration composed of excerpts from the speeches and writir 
Mao-Tse Tung characterize the person and his method: not a Marxist or Leninist, but an idealis' 
"an iron faith in the things Confucius said," and a man who saw himself chiefly as a teacher. A 
production, (fdesi / inav; ffth) 






[MECHANISMS OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION AMONG YOUNG CHILDREN] / 53 



110: LONG MARCH TO POWER (LEADERS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: 
PORTRAITS OF POWER SERIES) 

c-a 24 minutes 84466 color: $18.00 

Mains Mao's view of chaos as a positive force, which led him deliberately to pit people against each 
; cer to advance them in the direction of his goals. Reviews his methods of thought control, his uses of 
f«er, his failures and successes. Narrated by Harrison Salisbury. A 1978 production, (nife / nyt; lea) 

BIO: ORGANIZED CHAOS (LEADERS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: PORTRAITS 
- OF POWER SERIES) 

■l>a 24 minutes 84472 color:$18.00 

J'ers the period of Chinese history from the fall of the Manchu dynasty in 1911 to the point where 
#o is in control in 1949. Contrasts Mao's philosophy with that of Marx and Lenin; explains 
telopments that made possible his rise; summarizes his refinements of method. Narrated by Harrison 
isbury. A 1978 production, (nife / nyt; lea) 

IiPLE SPRING 

lieral 14 minutes 56975 color:$ 13.50 

-Vts a Canadian farm family as they tap their maples for sap to make syrup and candy in the early 
sng. Includes scenes of gathering, refining, using in the family bakery, and enjoying in a final "tasting 
pbration," making taffy by pouring warm syrup on snow. A 1977 production, (nelv; bed) 

PLE SYRUP 

\ieral 12 minutes 57032 color:$ 11.75 

ts northern Wisconsin during the harvest season for maple syrup, describing the necessary 
[editions of weather, timing, procedures for gathering, refining and quality control. Emphasizes the 
;. bortance of this resource and its protection. A 1979 release, (uwi; mcfi) 

IPS AND GLOBES: AN INTRODUCTION 

_£•/' 17 minutes 57079 color: $15.50 

kitifies map-making as one of the earliest art forms, showing symbols used. Lists modern types and 

„ : |r purposes: topographic, subsurface, weather, political, road. Shows how to read "Legend" to 
'kitify symbols, color-coding, distances. Explains scale, use of natural and manmade landmarks. 

'"'Busses definition and use of latitude, longitude, parallels, meridians, degrees. Emphasizes usefulness 
oiap skills. A 1981 production, (ffco) 

IPS FOR A CHANGING WORLD (THIRD EDITION) 

18 minutes 56687 color:$ 14.75 

I making and uses of maps, and how each has changed across time, form the substance of the 
i) ative. Shows how available knowledge and technology have modified map-making and increased the 
Bunt of information that can be conveyed. Uses globe models, diagrams, animation, and live footage. 
:>:i||ionstrates use of latitude, longitude, conventional symbols for natural and man-made features, 
tides population, temperature, elevation maps as well as navigational. A 1980 production, (eb) 

IRC CHAGALL: THE COLOURS OF PASSION 

-a 25 minutes 84488 color: $17. 50 

i ; Chagall's own words to explore his views of imagery, color, form and emotion which have given his 
r jjfks their distinctive characteristics. Visits Chagall"s museum in Nice, covers examples of his 
[':#riments in many media including stained glass. A 1979 production, (chha; ifb) 

JRIA CALLAS IN CONCERT 

--a 57 minutes C90390 b&w:$21.00 

Patents the performance, recorded live in Hamburg Music Hall in 1959, of Maria Callas, singing arias 
(in !ni the works of Spontini, Verdi, Rossini and Bellini. Includes Julia's aria from the "The Vestal," 
— Native and aria from "Macbeth," Elizabeth's aria from "Don Carlos," the final scene and aria from 

fc Pirate," and others. A 1979 release, (tcul) 

RIJUANA: THE HIDDEN DANGERS 

c-a 31 minutes 84659 color: $20. 50 

% regarding the types of physical and psychological damage observable in animals and humans after 
ijuana use are listed and elaborated. Some methods used in establishing these facts are 
— honstrated. Types of physical damage included are: respiratory, brain, immunological, reproductive, 
is of mental / emotional damage are: decreased levels of memory, awareness, motivation and 
entration; increased irritability, impaired capacity to interact with others. A 1979 production. 
I) 



^K TWAIN: BENEATH THE LAUGHTER 

■a 58 minutes 70503 color: $28. 50 

O'Herlihy as Samuel Clemens reflects, during a moment of personal tragedy, on his life and works. 
natized incidents from his fiction and his life illustrate that his humor had a counterpoint of 
imism. A 1979 production, (pyr) 

MASK 

30 minutes 81726 b& w:$ 10. 00 

s police and hospital staffs who work with people under the influence of alcohol to the possibility 
»e presence of other critical problems, which may be attributed in error to the alcohol, including 
Jtes, epilepsy, heart attack, heat stroke, sunstroke, overdoses of narcotics or barbiturates, and 
al illness. A 1964 production, (nimh; apa) 



>KED DANCES: THE DOGON PEOPLE IN THE MALI HIGHLANDS (AFRICAN 
ILLAGE LIFE SERIES) 

a 6 minutes 05086 color:$ 13.00 

nfcls snts one of the ritual masked dances of the Dogon people: a semicircle of nine dancers, with a 
i on stilts, performs to the rhythmic accompaniment of two drummers. Masks and body 
erations feature cowrie shells. No narration. A 1967 production, (iff) 



MATHEMATICS: LIFE'S NUMBER GAME 

i-j-h 20 minutes 56558 color: $17.00 

Demonstrates in a series of real life vignettes that a solid grasp of mathematics is a necessary and 
practical tool in a wide variety of occupations and daily situations. Problems encountered in these 
episodes — whether at home, work or play — are solved by applying a variety of math skills — 
geometric formulas, metric conversions, estimations, averages, fractions, percentages, graphs, weights, 
and measures. A 1978 production, (c) 

MATTER CHANGES (PHYSICAL SCIENCE LEARNING LAB SERIES) 

/-/ 14 minutes 56736 color: $13. 50 

Professor Gerello, in lab coat, top hat and Groucho Marx mustache, explains, demonstrates and 
illustrates basic questions in the changes of state solid / liquid / gas, and the chemical changes 
involved in the formation of compounds. Key points summarized at end. A 1980 production, (ab) 

MATTER IS EVERYTHING (PHYSICAL SCIENCE LEARNING LAB SERIES) 

/'-/' 12 minutes 56738 color:$ 12.35 

Summarizes elementary relations among the following: matter, mass properties, elements, compounds, 
molecules, atoms, electrons, subatomic particles. Emphasizes that matter is structured of moving 
particles, and that science is both a process and a store of information. A 1980 production, (ab) 

MAU MAU 

c-a 52 minutes 70626 color:$23.75 

Analyses the meaning of the Mau Mau movement as a political and military response to repression and 
armed aggression. Beginning with a depiction of post World War II conditions in Kenya, presents 
relevant events in Kenya and abroad during the seven year emergency. Also presents, in retrospect, 
views of Kenyan and British participants. Fact-oriented documentary, which aims at historical 
perspective. A 1973 production, (fi) 

THE MAVERICK 

c-a 25 minutes 85189 color:$ 10.00 

Uses the plot-frame of an imagined (but dramatized) conversation between the 'maverick,' (a lone 
horseman riding the rangelands) and a typical younger range-rider who drives a truck. In this frame, 
reviews and contrasts historical views of range exploitation with modern notions of range management. 
Giving the rationale for the new (resting land, interseeding, chiseling, pitting, runoff and spreader 
systems for water conservation) gradually wins over the 'maverick' and the viewer to an attitude of 
admiration for the care of the land. A 1979 production, (mfpr; pdil) 

ME, A TEEN FATHER? 

j-h-c-a 13 minutes 56626 color: $15. 50 

Focuses on the feelings and reactions of the boy in an unmarried couple facing an unplanned 
pregnancy. Reconstructs, with flashbacks, comments and dialog, the elements of the situation, and the 
attempts to reach a decision. A 1980 production, (gkp; cec) 

MEADOWLARK LEMON PRESENTS THE WORLD 

/ 17 minutes 56581 color: $15. 50 

Interchanging a basketball and a globe of the world, and using many comic definitions which help 
children remember terms, this famous member of the Harlem Globetrotters introduces the basic 
map-reading skills necessary in dealing with elementary concepts of geography. A take-off on a mystery 
movie explains using latitude and longitude to find a particular place. A 1979 production, (riha; pyr) 

MEAL PLANNING AND PREPARATION 

j-h-c-a 16 minutes 56801 color:$ 15.50 

Reviews basic steps in advance planning for ease of execution, aesthetic appeal of food, and balanced 
diet. Suggests ways to organize shopping and schedule work, considering the proper cooking time for 
each item. Gives hints for all foods prepared, including cake, salad, meat loaf, noodles and crescent 
rolls. Includes demonstrations of doneness tests, illustrations of attractive presentation of foods in 
serving. A 1981 production, (cec) 

MEASURING ELECTRONS AND ATOMS 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84777 color: $20. 50 

Replicates experiments showing how cathode rays can be isolated and demonstrated to have mass and 
momentum, how Millikan first measured the charge on an individual electron, and Thompson, later, its 
velocity and mass. Also shows how Thompson identified and measured the masses of ions. Shows how 
to plot mass spectra, defines isotope. A 1979 production, (bbc / openu; umed) 

MEASURING: THE EARTH AND THE MOON 

h-c-a 25 minutes . 84772 color: $20. 50 

British students replicate Eratosthenes' experiment to determine the diameter of the earth, and examine 
the basic assumptions which allow calculation of the moon's diameter from a lunar eclipse photograph. 
Touches briefly on modern laser techniques which allow greater precision in measurement of lunar 
distances. A 1978 production, (bbc / openu; umed) 

MEAT COOKERY 

j-h-c-a 18 minutes 56798 color: $ 17.00 

Instructs in and illustrates methods of coordinating the appropriate cooking method with the cut of 
meat for improvement in both flavor and texture. Uses cho.ee beef in illustrating several dry heat and 
several moist heat methods, adaptable to other meats. Includes many helpful hints and reasons why 
they work. A 1981 production, (cec) 

[MECHANISMS OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION AMONG YOUNG CHILDREN] 
(MECANISMES DE LA COMMUNICATION NON VERBALE CHEZ LES JEUNES 
ENFANTS) 

c-a 40 minutes «" U-Matic K00034 color: $33 00 

Cassette Sale: $360.00 
Resumes and illustrates results of the observational research of Professor Montagner in the nonverbal 



54 / [MECHANISMS OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION AMONG YOUNG CHILDREN] 



communication of young children. Identifies common gestures and mechanisms, showing their use, as: 
the offering gesture, reciprocal imitation, gestures of appeasement or solicitation, threat, aggression, 
refusal. Discusses mechanisms for channeling threat and aggression. Finally, compares behavior of the 
children shown with the welcoming gestures of the parent who comes to get them. Discusses results of 
tests which show an absolute physiological/sociological parallel. A 1976 production, (jabo) 

MEDIA PROBES: DESIGN 

h-c-a 30 minutes 85060 color:$ 19.75 

Host/narrator Bill Blass comments on fashion as a language, and on how design communicates. 
Examines design elements of hair dryers, packaging, posters, logos. Emphasizes the importance of 
design to people by reviewing the story of "Best Western" motels' attempt to change the logo. A 1981 
production, (lale/wqed; tlf) 

MEDIA PROBES: LANGUAGE 

h-c-a 30 minutes 85063 color:$19.75 

Host/narrator Victor Borge and animated Doonesbury inserts enliven an exploration of what happens 
when spoken language becomes written, how language shapes culture, thought — even identity. Shows 
how dictionary makers track and decide when to legitimize neologisms. Josh Mostel reenacts an 
imagined debate about writing between Plato and Socrates. A 1981 production, (lale/wqed; tlf) 

MEDIA PROBES: POLITICAL SPOTS 

h-c-a 30 minutes 85062 color:$19.75 

Makers of political spots reveal how and why they choose content. (Television advertising accounts for 
two of every three campaign dollars spent.) Explaining why "You can't get by with the good old vanilla 
one-size-fits-all political spot any more," they demonstrate other flavors — including vinegar. A 1981 
production, (lale/wqed; tlf) 

MEDIA PROBES: PHOTOGRAPHY 

h-c-a 30 minutes 85059 color:$19.75 

Host/narrator Cheryl Tiegs links vignettes on five leading photographers, who comment on their art and 
its roles in comtemporary society. Includes an interview with David H. Kennerly, whose 
photojournalistic story on the Johnstowne massacre was his "toughest." Shows the long "creation" of 
a Drambuie ad; the arrangements of a very professional wedding photographer. A 1981 production, 
(lale/wqed; tlf) 

MEDIA PROBES: SOAP OPERAS 

h-c-a 30 minutes 85065 color:$19.75 

Interviews soap stars, soap writers and wives; shows rehearsals and audience involvement with 
personalities such as Joe Kelley. Overviews Arthur Richter, President of Imports, Inc., who comments 
"You probably could sell anything if people saw the stars use it." A 1981 production, (lalw/wqed; tlf) 

MEDIA PROBES: SOUNDAROUND 

h-c-a 30 minutes 85064 color:$19.75 

Interviews Muzak president U.V. Musico, who explains how the music is entered into a computer to be 
programmed for "stimulus progression," and why it is best for "human factor engineering" to present 
a variety of pacing in 15-minute segments, with some silence. Inserts a performance of some unusual 
music by a performer who asserts that Muzak makes people "dumb." Demonstrates types of sound 
geared for specific "targeted" radio audiences. A 1978 production, (lale/wqed; tlf) 

MEDIA PROBES: THE FUTURE 

h-c-a 30 minutes 85066 color:$ 19.75 

Focusing on a young couple, both artists, who met through interactive design exercises on a video 
screen; examines other possibilities inherent in the availability of these totally new ways of 
communicating. Postulates access to information as a "new form of wealth," explaining the workings of 
the Information Access Corporation. A 1982 production, (lale/wqed; tlf) 

MEDIA PROBES: TV NEWS 

h-c-a 30 minutes 85061 color:$19.75 

Focuses on a training center for TV newcasters, explaining the search for 'style' in newscasting, and its 
importance. Stations realize that news brings in 60% of their income, and that a rise in one rating 
point, for a large station, can mean a million dollars in extra income. They therefore invest in training 
newscasters with great care, to give pacing, texture, and personality to the presentation of current 
events. A 1981 production, (lale/wqed; tlf) 

THE MEDICAL SCHOLARS PROGRAM 

h-c-a 16 minutes 50292 color:$ 10.00 
Gives details about the facilities, staff, and goals of the University of Illinois' Medical Scholars Program, 
a dual-degree focus intended to produce leaders for the medical / scientific community. Interviews 
young researchers regarding their projects, their reactions to the program, their plans for the future. 
Filmed on the several campuses (Chicago, Rockford, Peoria, Urbana). Summarizes both clinical and 
academic resources, stressing past results such as the discovery of Chloromycetin. A 1981 production. 
OjO 

MEIOSIS (SECOND EDITION) 

j-h 15 minutes 56684 color:$ 13.75 

Delineates the process of meiosis, defining the roles of gamete formation, the cell nucleus, 
chromosomes, DNA, diploid and haploid cells, crossing over, shuffling, and fertilization. Summarizes the 
role of meiosis in sexual reproduction and its implications in the production of genetic variants. Uses 
microphotography, animation and diagrams. A 1980 production (eb) 

MEN UNDER SIEGE: LIFE WITH THE MODERN WOMAN 

h-c-a 34 minutes 84679 color:$21.00 

The two main sources of a man's feeling of identity are discussed in interviews with professional men 
and women, in connection with the ways they feel about aspects of the women's 'liberation' drive. 
Women interviewed include a lady photographer of men, an aggressive woman in a 'singles' bar, a 



career woman, and a lawyer's wife. Covers views of sex, children, marriage, relating in social confer I 
A graphic presentation of a complex set of problems. A 1979 production, (abc) 



MENTAL ILLNESS 

c-a 14 minutes 



56932 color:$10. c 

C56932 color: $10.. 

Illustrates several types of aberrant or violent behavior which could indicate mental illness. Stress K 
that the approach to the disturbed person will affect his behavior. Deals briefly with special problei k 
involving the retarded. Intended for the training of police, paramedics, social workers, and for t L 
enlightenment of the general public. A 1980 production, (harp; zpa) 



METALS AND NONMETALS: VISIBLE, ATOMIC, AND CHEMICAL CONTRASTS 
(CHEM 101) 

c-a 18 minutes %" U-Matic C00136 color:$35.\. 

Cassette Sale: $ 160. ' 



This tape compares the properties of metals and nonmetals. Observable characteristics such 
conductivity, lustre and malleability are discussed, followed by a comparison of atomic properti 
Hexagonal closest packing and the diamond of graphite structures show distinct differences in me 
and nonmetal atomic structure. The closing section compares the chemical properties of these t 
groups. A 1973 production, (ui) 



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THE MIDDLE EAST: BUILDING A DREAM (ISRAEL) 

i-j-h 21 minutes 53237 color: $19 

Documents the changing ways of life on the kibbutz and the moshav, the role of Israel's immigrants 
planning cities and reclaiming the desert, and the part of government in promoting technology j i 
industry. Offers a view of the Palestinian problem and examines the life-styles of Arabs living in Isr^ 
as part of a Jewish nation. Replaces Israel: The Land and the People. A 1979 production, (c) 

THE MIDDLE EAST: LEADERSHIP AND IDENTITY (EGYPT) 

i-j-h 21 minutes 56571 color: $19T 

Filmed entirely on location in the cities and villages of Egypt, documents the changing educatioi 
medical, agricultural, and industrial systems of its 7,000-year-old civilization. Looks at ba: 
geographical, political, and economic facts about modern Egypt while outlining some of the program: 
the Egyptian government for improving the future of the country. A 1979 production, (c) 



MIDWAY IS EAST (VICTORY AT SEA #4) 

h-c-a 27 minutes 85168 b&w:$1'/ 

Reviews the history of the Japanese conquests in the Pacific, and of the eventual U.S. retaliations 
final victory at Midway. Strong anti-Japanese rhetoric designed to gain public endorsement for the » 
A 1952 production, (nbs/usn; lucf) 

MIND AND BODY: JUDO WORLDWIDE 

j-h-c-a 20 minutes 57099 color:$H 

Reviews the history and principles, and shows the practices, of Judo. A hundred countries besides Ja 
are now teaching it extensively. Shows types of techniques, with practitioners of all ages. Gi 
meaning of the various colors of belt, designating levels of mastery, (jafn) 

THE MINDFUL WAY (MAN'S RELIGIOUS QUEST) 

h-c-a 24 minutes 85125 color:$2l 

Presents beliefs and practices of monks of the Theravada tradition of Buddhism, filmed in the fo 
monastery Wat Nong Ba Pong in northeastern Thailand. Gives rationale for minimal possessions, for 
deliberate attempt not to be too serious, for the discipline of the Vinaya (rules), and for the tradi 
of depending on the laity for food. Emphasizes the atmoshpere of openness, relaxation and pe, 
Distinguishes Buddhist view from spirit worship, though they are sometimes mixed in the minds of t 
laity. A 1978 production, (openu; mg) 

THE MIND'S EYE 

h-c-a 50 minutes 2 reels 70562 color:$2 

Delineates what research has revealed to date about the nature of sight. Compares mechanisms of I $1 
hamster, toad, monkey, and chameleon with that of man. A toad recognizes a horizontal, but n 
vertical worm. Most visual information is peripheral: for good vision, contrast is more critical than 
level. Examines the mechanism for depth perception, showing that a chameleon with glasses cai 
catch flies. Explains how "What you see is not a picture at all, but a description of the world in t 
language." Covers the discovery of color-specific and shape-specific cells. A 1980 production, (bbc 



MINERALS AND ROCKS (SECOND EDITION) 

i-j 15 minutes 50556 color: $1 

Examines common rocks and shows how to isolate and identify the minerals of which they 
composed. Methods of identification discussed range from the elementary shape and color, thn 
hardness, lustre and cleavage, to sophisticated techniques of chemical analysis, x-ray diffraction 
spectrographic analysis. Shows actual growth of crystals, by means of photomicrography, u 
polarized light. Gives some background in rock formation and includes a brief sequence on cutting 
polishing gemstones. A 1979 production, (eb) 

MINOR ELECTRICAL REPAIRS OF SMALL APPLIANCES 

h-c-a 13 minutes 56709 color: $1 

Covers procedures, equipment and safety measures for replacement of cords, plugs, and lamp swit 
Shows replacement of an iron cord, of guillotine and screw-type plugs, and of a table lamp switch 
socket assembly. A 1981 production, (cec) 



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THE MIRACLE AT TSUBOSAKA TEMPLE: A YUKI PUPPET SHOW 

general 30 minutes 85182 color:$1 

Elaborate puppets two feet tall, manipulated by more than 20 strings, show the full range of expre 
possible with this medium, in the reenactment of a famous Japanese legend. Some shots shov 
puppeteers during the performance. Considered dramatic literature of a high order, the play: 
chanted, with voiceover English narration, (jafn) 



'till, 



fctij 



THE MOSQUE: PRAYER IN ITS SETTING (MAN'S RELIGIOUS QUEST) / 55 



ERORS (ESPEJOS): REFLECTIONS OF A CULTURE 

c-a 18 minutes 56789 color: $15. 25 

ents the work of a number of Mexican-American muralists: Manuel Martinez, Carlota Espinoza, 
ds Sandoval. Their themes show (and inspire in the communities where they appear) pride in the 
ano heritage, and hopeful optimism. A 1979 production, (mpp; chu) 



MISER'S SLIPPERS 

26 minutes 85196 color:$ 16.75 

unts the tale of a merciless miser, who, through four peculiar accidents involving his slippers, 
:s a still more merciless judge, who taxes his fortune away. Puppet animation, with near-East 
ngs and costumes. A 1983 production, (tcul) 



S GOODALL AND THE WILD CHIMPANZEES 

a 50 minutes 70483 color:$24.00 

record of a difficult and dangerous scientific study: the observation of chimpanzees in their native 
at, taken on by a lady scientist. For five years, Jane Goodall lived in the Tanzanian Gombe Stream 
rve, making records of the habits and behavior of wild chimpanzees in their natural environment. 
esults and the record of her discoveries are narrated by Orson Welles in this full length version. An 
d version (28 minutes) is available under the same title, (ngs) 



SION THIRD PLANET: CREATURES OF THE LAND 

13 minutes 5655 1 color:$ 14. 50 

ace traveller and his robot are separated from the members of a scientific expedition during a 
or shower. On planet earth they investigate and classify land dwelling animals comparing animal 
js with reference to size, complexity, lifestyle, and reproductive method. Close-up and slow-motion 
igraphy of wildlife help them to designate earth's creatures as insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds, 
mmals. A 1979 production, (c) 



SION THIRD PLANET: CREATURES OF THE SEA 

13 minutes 56549 color:$14.50 

r of scientists from another galaxy land on earth to study and classify the creatures of the sea 
the help of a robot companion. Underwater photography displays a tremendous diversity of sea 
ures. Their observations are hindered by a galactic enemy who is trying to contaminate the 
jis. The scientists manage to complete their mission of comparing and categorizing marine 
tebrates according to appearance, structure, behavior of food-getting, protection, and 
duction. A 1979 production, (c) 



filON THIRD PLANET: GREEN GROW THE PLANTS 

15 minutes 56552 color: $14. 50 

ntergalactic explorers with their robot come to earth on a mission to classify the green plants 
make its environment so unique. Their investigation of the structure of the plants' roots, stems, 
saves is made easier by the robot's ability to produce close-up, microscopic, and time-lapse views 
nt varieties. Stresses the procedures of scientific observation. A 1979 production, (c) 



nc 



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DEEDS GOES TO TOWN 

-a 188 minutes 3 reels 98927 b / w:$49.00 

Cooper as Mr. Deeds personifies the honest nobility of the "grassroots American" of the thirties in 
ndling of a surprise inheritance, a shyster lawyer, a bunch of city slickers and a beautiful girl 
ler played by Jean Arthur. Directed by Frank Capra. A 1936 production, (ca; tlf) 



FINLEY'S FEELINGS 

10 minutes 03044 color:$ 10.00 

tion presents the nature of a problem with 'displaced emotions.' Mr. Finley does not realize that 
verreaction that got him into trouble in a stressful situation indicates a basic problem in his 
logical make-up regarding authority figures. He is helped to recognize the source and nature of 
oblem in the course of this film. A 1957 production, (mli; apa) 



ER GIMME (LEARNING TO BE HUMAN SERIES) 

28 minutes 84475 color:$ 19.00 

;iul!'£ devotion to his hobby, music, and his consuming desire for a set of drums lead him into a 
ich— quick' scheme, from which he and his family learn, and grow closer. Gold Hugo Award, 
^o Film Festival. A 1979 production, (lea) 



HWULOT'S HOLIDAY 

96 minutes 2 reels 98968 b&w:$26.50 

French comedy which requires no knowledge of French: all humor is situational, visual or 
fester humor. M. Hulot arrives at a seaside resort in Brittany, in his 1924 Hamikar, and becomes a 
the lives of other 'typical' vacationers for a hilarious summer. Stars its director, Jacques Tati. A 
jroduction. (fest) 



ER MAGOO'S CHRISTMAS CAROL 

ral 28 minutes 85048 color: $18. 25 

mated adaptation of Dickens' masterpiece, with Magoo as Scrooge. (Short version). A 1962 
tion. (upap; mcfi) 







SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON 

130 minutes 4 reels 98939 b & w:$53.25 

expected death of a United States senator opens a chance for a young and unknown idealist to 
a political hero. Political drama and patriotic panache characterize this classic comedy, 
d by Frank Capra. Stars Jimmy Stewart, Claude Rains, Jean Arthur. A 1939 production, (ca: tlf) 



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REYNOLDS NEEDS A NURSE 

38 minutes 90068 b & w:$ 10. 00 

tes how negative attitudes in hospital staff can increase troublesome behavior in patients. Mrs. 



Reynolds' treatment for a physical problem in a general hospital reveals much of the dynamics of 
patient-staff relationships. A 1963 production, (skfr; apa) 

MITOSIS (SECOND EDITION) 

j-h 14 minutes 56685 color: $ 13.25 

Illustrates the process of mitosis by means of microphotography, clarifying animation and diagrams. 
Explains chromosome structure and laboratory methods for rendering chromosomes visible. Shows 
cloning experiments with plants and amphibians. A 1980 production, (eb) 

MODELING UNIVERSE 

h-c-a 14 minutes 56578 color:$ 15.00 

Asserting that universe itself is nothing out 'most beautiful technology,' Buckminster Fuller 
demonstrates that there are three and three only structural systems in universe, all based on the 
triangle: the tetrahedron, the octahedron, and the icosahedron, and that each is transformable into the 
others. He considers this intertransformability, which he calls 'vector equilibrium' to contain the whole 
phenomenology of the structure of universe. Photography and microphotography supplement his 
comments and demonstrations of the 'basic nuclear model.' A 1976 production, (mamap; pyr) 

A MODERN EGYPTIAN FAMILY 

h-c-a 17 minutes 57143 color:$ 13.00 

Personalizes the Egyptian experience in the mid-1970's by focusing on a family at a patriarchal birthday 
gathering. Representatives of various professions, who are also members of the family, reveal, in their 
conversations, the development of their society and its impact on their lives. A 1977 production, (iff) 

MOLECULAR ORBITALS: RULES OF THE ROAD (CHEM 101) 

c-a 13 minutes 3 A" U-Matic C00128 color:$26.25 

Cassette Sale: $115.00 
An introduction to molecular orbitals. Describing the wave function of an atomic orbital is the first task 
achieved in this tape. After in phase, out of phase, and node have been defined, the tape shows how 
sigma bonding and antibonding orbitals result from combining atomic orbitals. The definition of 
molecular orbitals leads into the next topic, energy level diagrams. Diatomic molecules such as H2 and 

He2 + are used as examples. General rules for forming molecular orbitals and combination of p-type 
orbitals (pi, pi*) complete a general outline on molecular orbitals. A 1974 production, (ui) 

MOLECULAR SPEEDS AND THE NON-IDEALITY OF GASES (CHEM 101) 

c-a 11 minutes %" U-Matic C00118 color:$24.25 

Cassette Sale: $105.00 
Discusses effects of the transfer of kinetic energy in the molecular motion of gases, comparing the 
speed of oxygen molecules in air (990 mph) with that of hydrogen, which is much greater. Shows how 
to apply equations derived from the law that average velocity varies inversely with the sqare root of 
molecular weight. Discusses diffusion of gases and Graham's Law. Shows how this law has been applied 
to separate the rare uranium isotope 235 from the more common 238. Discusses non-ideal behavior, 
graphs behavior of nitrogen, hydrogen and carbon dioxide, showing the effect of pressure. Discusses the 
effect of attractive forces in real gases (Van der Waals forces), showing how to modify the Ideal Gas 
Equation to the Van der Waals Equation by adding a term to pressure to correct for dipole moment and 
a term to volume to correct for size. A 1974 production, (ui) 

THE MONDRAGON EXPERIMENT 

h-c-a 50 minutes 2 reels 70571 color: $27. 25 

Recounts the remarkable economic achievements of the Basques in Mondragon, an industrial town 
whose factories, banks, colleges and research laboratories are cooperatively owned and managed by the 
workers themselves. "As workers and owners, they are masters of their economic destiny. ..They have 
abolished the distinction between capital and labor." A 1980 production, (bbc: fi) 

MOONSPELL (MACLEAR) 

h-c-a 25 minutes 83743 color: $18. 25 

An earthly exploration of the impact of space travel on the thinking of three of the Apollo astronauts 
after their return from the moon, conducted by British television journalist / commentator Maclear. 
Interviews with Colonels James Irwin, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin, and astronaut Ed Mitchell reveal how each 
has coped with the question Maclear's program poses: "We all reach for the moon — then what? For 
the moonwalkers, a step into the psychic unknown — mental orbits unprogrammed by mission 
control." Contrasts three very different reactions to the space experience. A 1975 production, (thtv; 
bon) 

MOPED SAFETY 

h-c-a 15 minutes _ 56576 color:$ 14.50 

Gives guidelines for the proper use and care of a moped with attention to the fact that common sense 
and defensive driving are the best assurance of safety. Emphasizes that automobile drivers are not 
used to dealing with mopeds on the highway and enumerates precautions for safe integration with 
traffic. A 1979 production, (hfc with nsc) 

THE MOSLEMS IN SPAIN 

h-c-a 39 minutes 90297 color: $23.50 

Presents an overview of the eight hundred years of history which produced the Hispano-Moorish 
civilization, highlighting Moorish contributions to architecture and culture. Films the festival at Alcoy, 
which features an annual drama re-creating the Reconquista. A 1978 production, (pilfb; ifb) 

THE MOSQUE: PRAYER IN ITS SETTING (MAN'S RELIGIOUS QUEST) 

h-c-a 24 minutes 85126 color: $20. 50 

Opens with a reading from the Koran on which the custom is based of facing Mecca to pray. Shows how 
mosques are ordinarily constructed with this in mind, having a protrusion (mihrab) to indicate this 
liturgical focus. Explains origins of muezzin and minaret; describes ritual cleansing: identifies the 'four 
levels of prayer' corresponding to 'grades ot ascent.' Discusses allowable ornamentation of buildings: 
abstract patterns, calligraphy, arabesque as mediative focus. A 1977 production, (openu; mg) 



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MOTION: NEWTON'S LAW 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84774 color:$20.50 

Investigates and discusses the complications of gravitational and trictional forces which make it 
difficult to observe Newton's laws of motion; devises a demonstration on an ice rink which shows that 
those laws successfully explain simple examples of straight line motion. Includes tests of the validity of 
the principle of conservation of momentum. Uses footage showing the behavior of objects inside Skylab 
and on the surface of the moon, at zero gravity. A 1978 production, (bbc / openu; umed) 

MOTIVATION: MAKING IT HAPPEN 

h-c-a 12 minutes 56793 color: $12 50 

As Belleview Hills prepares for the visit (on tour) of the Liberty Bell, the Service Manager at the Bell 
Factory suggests that it would be nice if they had a band, and is assigned to get one together. Ways in 
which he overcomes his own and others' reluctance constitute a lesson in motivational psychology. 
Animated. A 1979 production, (stbo; chu) 

MOTORCYCLE SAFETY 

h-c-a 23 minutes 84692 color:$20.00 

Safety points reviewed include: protective clothing, basic controls, hand signals, traffic rules, special 
procedures for hazardous road conditions and night riding, cycle maintenance. A 1981 production, 
(cec) 

MOUNT McKINLEY HANG GLIDE 

j-h-c-a 19 minutes 84972 color: $ 15.50 

Relates the rigors of the training and preparation for the long climb, the dangers of the environment for 
hang gliding, and proceeds to film the expedition itself, including the climactic glides — fifty-minute 
flights down to 7000 feet. Interviews those who succeeded regarding their feelings. Produced for the 
ABC American Sportsman Series in 1978. (abc) 

MOUNTAIN FORESTS 

h-c-a 15 minutes 56980 color:$ 15.00 

Introduces students to flora and fauna of the forests in the Canadian Rockies, discussing predator / 
prey relationships and threats to the habitat such as forest fires and avalanches. Among species shown 
are black bear, elk, moose, red squirrel, great grey owl, pileated woodpecker, Franklin's grouse. A 1981 
production, (karv; befi) 



[MUCOVISCIDOSIS] (LA MUCOVISCIDOSE) 

30 minutes %" U-Matic 



c-a 



K00064 



color: $28.00 
Cassette Sale: $270.00 
Examines characteristics and prevalence of this most common hereditary disease, listing early 
indicative signs in newborns, infants, and adolescents. Shows body parts affected: pancreas, intestine, 
bronchial tree. Lists tests for confirming diagnosis, including specialized laboratory procedures for 
sweat induction and analysis. Describes continuous and exacting treatment procedures and their 
disappointing inadequacy. A 1972 production, (jabo) 

THE MURDERER 

h-c-a 28 minutes 84690 color: $18. 25 

Albert Brock, dweller in a futuristic society, feels overwhelmed by the number and variety of 
communications devices which demand his attention, and decides to disconnect them. He brings the 
wrath of society and a diagnosis of 'mentally unsound' to his head. Dr. Nordau, a mental specialist, 
wishes to be allowed to try his old-fashioned techniques before the 'clonal colectomy' that has been 
recommended. The doctor, however, begins too well to appreciate the patient's viewpoint, and both 
become victims of the "Infotex Committee." A 1976 production, (phpr) 

MUSIC OF AFRICA 

h-c-a 30 minutes 85225 b&W:$ 13.25 

Demonstrates the mingling of African traditional with Western musical styles and instruments. Explains 
the influence of tonal languages on songs and drumming, and includes performances in several styles. 
Narrated by Fela Sowande, Nigerian composer, who performs one of his own compositions for organ, 
based on a traditional Yoruban melody. Nigerian instruments featured are bells, calabash rattles, and 
several types of drum. A 1963 production, (net; iu) 

MUSIC OF ERICH ZANN 

j-h-c-a 17 minutes 57033 color: $14. 00 

Dramatizes the strange experience of an American student in turn-of-the-century Paris, when he makes 
friends with the mute, elderly man who plays strange violin music in the middle of the night, he 
discovers a tortured soul entangled with occult mysteries. Adapted from the short story by H. P. 
Lovecraft. A 1980 production, (esss; mcfi) 

MUSIC OF NORTH INDIA: AMJAD ALI KHAN 

h-c-a 30 minutes 84654 color:$30.00 

Filmed in performances in New Delhi and Gwalior, this skillful musician, player of the aarod (a 
deep-toned, guitar-like instrument) shows the skill in teaching and performing passed on by his father, 
a famous court musician. Manufacture of the aarod is shown in some detail, and something of the 
philosophical connection between music and worship is explained. A 1971 production, (jba) 

MUSIC OF NORTH INDIA: BHIMSEN JOSHI SINGS RAG MIYA MALHAR 

h-c-a 29 minutes 84651 color:$30.00 

Bhimsen Joshi is a celebrated singer of Indian classical music. In this film, made in Poona (formerly 
capital of Bombay) where he lives, we are introduced to his style of living and singing, to his family, 
and to his distinctive and vigorous performance of Raga Miya ki Malhar. Structure of the Raga form is 
discussed. A 1971 production, (jba) 

MUSIC OF NORTH INDIA: PANDIT JASRAJ 

h-c-a 30 minutes 84652 color:$30.00 

Teacher and performer in the classical art of raga singing, Pandit is shown with his students and his 
children in practice groups and in solo performance. He visits the home of his spiritual guide and 



sponsor, where he performs a raga in honor of Kali, that aspect of God to which his sponsor is devoti ' 
Discusses instruments of accompaniment, nature and form of Indian classical music. A 19/j 
production, (jba) 

MUSIC OF NORTH INDIA: VIJAY RAGHAV RAO 

h-c-a 30 minutes 84653 color: $30. 

Vijay is a flautist, composer, and music director of the Documentary Film Unit of the Government 
India. He experiments with sound and animation, but has a deep devotion to India's classic musii 
tradition. Filmed in Bombay and in rural Gujerab, where he is making a film about the desert peop 
Vijay's style of life and work are shown, including the performance, on a bamboo flute, of a classi' 
raga. A 1971 production, (jba) 

MY ACHING BACK 

a 8 minutes 05053 color:$21 

Animation enlivens a review of back injuries, by staging interviews with backs that have left ho 
because their fronts didn't treat them right. Interviewed are parts of Mrs. Strainback, Mr. Stressba 
Mrs. Softback and Mr. Slouchback. The doctor diagnoses and prescribes, imparting much informatior 
the process, and one "reconciliation" is effected. A 1982 production, (chu) 

MY FAVORITE BRUNETTE 

h-c-a 87 minutes 3 reels 98954 b & w:$3C 

Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour are teamed in this spoof of detective movies. A baby photographer \ 
fantasizes about becoming the world's greatest detective gets more than his dreams bargained for w> 
a beautiful brunette arrives at the door seeking help to find her invalid husband. A delighl 
'who-done-it' complete with Gothic mansion, mental hospital, a shady gardener played by Peter Lo 
and a cameo appearance by Bing Crosby. A 1947 production, (par; nfvc) 

MY KINGDOM FOR A HORSE 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83811 color: $11 

Traces, through drawings and dramatizations, the history of horse racing in Britain, from its hun 
beginnings in the fields to the pomp and circumstance of the Royal Ascot and the big busines: 
today's offtrack betting. Ancedotes, complete with colorful language, illustrated how seriously 
nation of horse lovers has always taken the "Sport of Kings." A 1977 production, (thtv; bon) 

[MYELOPROLIFERATIVE SYNDROMES AND THEIR METABOLIC DISTURBANCES] 
(LES SYNDROMES MYELOPROLIFERATIFS ET LEUR RETENTISSEMENT 
METABOLIQUE) 



c-a 



39 minutes %" U-Matic 



K00035 



color: $3 
Cassette Sale: $35 
Groups myeloproliferative diseases by their common characteristics and describes them. All have f 
origin in the bone marrow and proliferate through the blood. Discusses red cell, white cell, I 
megakaryocitic lignages and their roles in chronic myeloid leukemia, primary polycythemia, and priif 
osteomyelosclerosis. Shows puncture and biopsy techniques, aspiration, and slide preparal J 
Animated diagrams illustrate disease progress. Discusses spleen involvement and gives three waj i 
evaluate spleenomegaly. Summarizes symptomatologies and interrelationships of the diseases.^: | 
their common possible termination in acute leukemia. A 1972 production, (jabo) 

THE MYTHS OF SHOPLIFTING 

j-h 16 minutes 56792 color:$U 

Dramatized vignettes involving young shoplifters illustrate the falseness of the six popular beliefs { 
exist widely with regard to the crime and its punishment: that it doesn't hurt anyone, that you us \ 
don't get caught, that if you are caught nothing happens to you, that the arrest does not stay on 
record, and so on. A 1980 production, (nrma; chu) 

NATO ON ITS KNEES? (THE INTELLIGENCE GAME) 

c-a 30 minutes 83816 color:$;\ 

Examines the role of the intelligence services, demonstrating the sophistication of NATO's cu 
battlefield intelligence devices, particularly the Prowler aircraft equipped for radar sensing I 
jamming. Interviews General George Keegan, ex-head of intelligence for the American Air Force f 
believes that the message of the intelligence services is being ignored. Includes commentai <f 
Brigadier Hunt of the London-based Institute of Strategic Studies, who feels that only "superha * 
assert that NATO is on its knees, because they would like it to spend a great deal more. A I 
production, (thtv; bon) 

THE NAKED CIVIL SERVANT 

c-a 83 minutes 3 reels 77004 color:$M 

Filmic version of the autobiography of homosexual Quentin Crisp, starring John Hurt as Quii ; : 
Quentin, more than willing to have someone play his part because, he says, he tried unsuccessful '. 
his life to do so, opted to meet his problem head-on by exaggerating it and flaunting it in the face ■ I 
more ordinary world. His conclusions about life, tinged with bitter wit, punctuate the tale. A I 
production, (thtv; bon) 

NARRATIVE PICTURE SCROLLS 

j-h-c-a 27 minutes 84807 color:$ OB 

Films and describes the most famous examples of the Japanese art forms expressed in the p ire 
scroll, a combination of calligraphy with the YamatoE style of painting. Development of the styh ind " 
its parallels with historical developments) are traced in narrative through several scrolls, begfe » 
with one from the mid twelfth century. Included are "The Tale of Genji," "Frolicking Animals Id •; 
"The Heiji Civil War," as well as some tales of hungry ghosts (from the time of the famine) ancfw ;i 
biographies of priests. A 1974 production, (smpc; jafn) 

NATE THE GREAT GOES UNDER COVER 

p-i-j 10 minutes 04930 color:$W' 

When Oliver complains that his garbage can is being raided, Nate, who sees himself as a detectiv ses :? 
a number of traditional procedures in trying to solve the case. When all else fails, he hides in t W ': 



[NEWBORN AT TERM: NEUROLOGICAL CLINICAL FEATURES] (NOUVEAU-NE A TERME: SEMEIOLOGIE NEUROLOGIQUE) / 57 



:;;s ling under cover) to solve the case. Animated. Based on the book by Marjone Sharmat. A 1978 
: . jduction. (stbo / misz; chu) 

-4TIONAL POLICY FOR HUMAN SETTLEMENTS: EL SALVADOR 

a-a 16 minutes 56959 color:$ 16.00 

Film sale: $240.00 
Cassette sale: $144.00 
s housing, slum clearance and resettlement programs in El Salvador. Programs are shown, 
ned to resettle urban 'squatters,' to persuade rural dwellers to remain in their villages, and ta 
3! ivide adequate housing for low income families in both settings. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

— .ITURAL CYCLES AND THE NONMETALLIC ELEMENTS (CHEM 101) 

,3 17 minutes 3 A" U-Matic C00105 color:$33.25 

■■ :;• i Cassette Sale: $ 150. 00 

i.ins with a discussion of the formation and breakdown of nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide by natural 

. il industrial methods. The nitrogen cycle is presented, using a diagram while the different types of 
. rogen fixation (atmospheric, biological and industrial) are defined. To complete the cycle, 

i ification and denitrification are also explained. The phosphate balance is also discussed and carbon 
il silicon chemistry are contrasted. A 1974 production, (ui) 

ITURAL HISTORY OF PSYCHOTIC ILLNESS IN CHILDHOOD 

3 19 minutes 52565 b&w:$ 10.00 

ords stages in the development of autism. Happy at the age of two, but completely withdrawn at 
, l J, a young girl illustrates the progress of a tragic problem. A 1958 production, (ipsyl; apa) 



E NATURAL SCIENCE SERIES 

_ THE DESERT [THIRD EDITION] 
(ab) 



see: 



ITURAL SELECTION: EVOLUTION AT WORK 

i 24 minutes 85117 color: $20.50 

nonstrates the role of genetic variation in natural selection in both animals and plants. Uses rats 
' istant to Warfarin for the animal demonstration, and a copper-tolerant grass for the plant 

yonstration. Maps the spread (in Britain) of the variant species. Shows lab experiments used to 

Ijraiify data. A 1978 production, (openu; mg) 

E NECKLACE 

neral 21 minutes 56851 color: $17.00 

Cf : niod costumes set the atmosphere for Guy de Maupassant's 19th century story of the ironic results 

imbition and pretentiousness in the bourgeoisie. Seeks not only to make the classic plot familiar, but 
tot! encourage viewers' deeper understanding both of literature and of film by comparing the two. A 

II production, (cbs; ab) 

Hi Ft 



iE NECKLACE 

-c-a 23 minutes 



57080 



color: $ 17.25 



i%atizes the famous short story by Guy de Maupassant. A 1977 production, (ffco) 



-K NERVOUS SYSTEM (THIRD EDITION) 

-c-a 17 minutes 56749 color: $15.50 

irffoses the structure and function of central and peripheral nervous systems and subsystems by 
Sditkuns of animation and electron microscope photos at Vi million magnification. Includes somatic, 
!«4>nomic, sympathetic and parasympathetic systems, showing how communication of sensations and 
ililKJIirpretation of events take place. Covers the effect of certain drugs, including caffeine. A 1981 

jduction. (eb) 

" ITWORKS OF KNOWLEDGE: THE UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY 

:-a 30 minutes 84482 color: $10.00 

:. uses on the international goals and priorities of the unique university founded on the dream of U. 

ijpijjilnt in 1972. Created to advance knowledge which can be applied to international problems, the 100 

fittjjarch and training institutions world-wide are linked by the UNU network, from whose headquarters 
■■ okyo council members representing 24 nations preside. Emphasizes natural resources programs, 

uptiMStal zone management, simple renewable energy systems, arid land problems, nutrition. A 1979 

w induction, (un) 

. - EUROLOGICAL CLINICAL PATTERNS] (SEMEIOLOGIE NEUROLOGIQUE) 

i 10 minutes %" U-Matic K00065 color: $28.00 

#■« Cassette Sale: $90.00 

,j J mines photographically and analyzes verbally disorders and deficiencies characteristic of three types 
([( J neurological disturbance: cerebellar, pyramidal, and Parkinsonian. Shows tests to establish 
'id ermetria, asynergy, reflex diffusion, and other indications of the problem. A 1972 production. 

t*lP°> 



^JW FIELDS 



16 minutes 



56889 



color:$ 16.00 
Film sale:$240.00 
Cassette sale:$ 145.00 
Hi linn shows young volunteers clearing fertile, undeveloped, Bolivian jungle lowlands, building homes 
" . n felled trees, learning as they go. When communities are completed, men send for families. Children 
ind school, mothers are taught home improvement. Farmers grow corn and rice, raise pigs and 
falo. With title to the land, and credit at the bank, they lead productive and satisfying lives. A 1976 
duction. (unchs; ui) 



•0.1 




W FRIENDS 

>H 11 minutes 50356 color: $10.50 

»ard, arriving late, misses the southbound flight of his mallard group. Unable to find them or the 
te, he is grounded in New York City by a snowstorm. How he finds ways to survive, and develops 



some unlikely friendships, is engagingly animated. From the children's book Howard by James 
Stevenson. A 1981 production, (mto) 



NEW LEADERSHIP STYLES: TOWARDS HUMAN AND ECONOMIC GOALS 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84842 color: $17. 25 

Enumerates leadership styles, examining in detail the philosophy and methodology of James P. Gibbons, 
"a gamesman with a heart," whose insurance firm has weathered some interesting economic problems. 
"The goal of leadership," says Gibbons, "is not trying to trick people into doing something they don't 
want to do. It is to articulate the vision so that people understand their part." A 1978 production, (hip; 
dai) 



NEW LIFE FOR THE BEDOUINS 

h-c-a 14 minutes 



56890 



color: $ 15.25 
Film sale: $2 10.00 
Cassette sale:$ 130. 00 
Shows that for the traditional Bedouin family, the accepted way of life is to wander through the desert 
in search of water. The harsh reality of the Bedouin nomads' existence is a source of concern to the 
government of Yemen, which is working to improve the nomad's standard of living by transporting 
water, building medical centers and creating new settlements in the desert. Education for Bedouin 
children is now considered a necessity. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

NEW LOUVAIN 

h-c-a 19 minutes 56891 color: $18.00 

Film sale: $285.00 
Cassette sale: $175 00 
Demonstrates that site selection of the new university town of Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, was based as 
much on welcome accorded by local authorities as environmental and communications factors. Avoiding 
a ghetto campus university, student accomodation and family homes blend with commercial and 
cultural facilities. Of the 50,000 population, 20,000 are students. No building is more that four stories, 
everything is within walking distance on car-free roads and paths. Trains and ring roads service town; 
cars are channelled to underground parking. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

A NEW NATION: THE STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE 

i-j-h 26 minutes 84880 color: $18.75 

Covers the period from the Battle of Yorktown through the War of 1812, a period characterized by the 
consolidation of a national identity and a turning away from Europe toward the frontier as most worthy 
of the investment of national energy. Brings to life key personalities and issues of the period: the 
Whiskey Rebellion, the struggle for neutrality, the acquisition of the Louisiana Territory, the Lewis and 
Clark Expedition. A 1981 production, (benf) 



A NEW TOWN FOR APHRODITE 

h-c-a 25 minutes 



84914 



color: $2 1.25 
Film sale:$375.00 
Cassette sale:$225.00 
Shows how planning in cities like Famagusta and Paphos creates zones for tourism and industry, 
historic sites, agriculture and urban development. Building height is limited, beaches have been 
widened, old harbors turned into marinas, and parks preserved. New buildings in old areas must blend 
architecturally, but there is some developer resistance to government zoning. A 1975 production, 
(unchs; ui) 



A NEW TOWN IN ROMANIA 

h-c-a 10 minutes 



56892 



color: $13.00 
Film sale:$ 150.00 
Cassette sale: $90. 00 
Takes the viewer to a spot four kilometers from an industrial estate where a town begun in 1954 has 
developed in harmony with the surrounding countryside. Small apartment blocks and houses are 
grouped around parks, gardens and recreation areas, profuse greenery improving the micro-climate. 
Roads follow the land configuration; the town center has a hotel, shops, theaters and a railway station. 
Social infrastructure includes schools, hospitals, sportsgrounds, gymnasium; sculpture inspired by 
regional legends enhances the landscape. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

NEW WORLDS FROM OLD (HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS) 

c-a 24 minutes 85136 color: $20 50 

Describes the cataclysmic shift in thought necessary to the acceptance of non-Euclidian geometry. 
Traces the development of ideas stemming from investigations of Euclid's parallel postulate in the 18th 
and 19th centuries. Discusses the work of Saccheri, Gauss, Lobachevsky, Bolyai, and Riemann. 
Characterizes the implications of elliptic and hyperbolic geometries for mathematics and science. 
Features Professor Morris Kline of Courant Institute, NY. A 1975 production, (openu; mg) 

NEW ZEALAND 

j-h-c-a 25 minutes H00007VC color: $2 1.50 

Landscapes and seascapes filmed from the air convey the feeling of this land of 3 million people and 60 
million sheep, while narration gives hints of what remains to be seen. Shows the famous hot springs of 
the thermal region, the arts and crafts of the Maori, Mount Cook National Park. Fast-cuts of carnival 
and street scenes, of sports and recreational activities, and of typical manufacturing and agricultural 
activities are interwoven. Prices given, being those of production date, are not valid. 3 /«" U-Matic 
videocassette. '75 (?) (bon; hen) 

[NEWBORN AT TERM: NEUROLOGICAL CLINICAL FEATURES] (NOUVEAU-NE A 
TERME: SEMEIOLOGIE NEUROLOGIQUE) 



c-a 



46 minutes %" U-Matic 



K00036 



color:$33.00 
Cassette Sale: $414.00 
Shows examination procedures for infants suspected of neurological abnormalities, mentioning 
indicators. Shows some serious cases, including convulsions and catatonic contraction. Recommends 
two examinations separated in time to establish diagnosis and prognosis. Cases are shown which 
develop toward normality, and contrasted with some which do not. Deals with some cases of cerebral 



58 / [NEWBORN AT TERM: NEUROLOGICAL CLINICAL FEATURES] (NOUVEAU-NE A TERME: SEMEIOLOGIE NEUROLOGIQUE) 



malformation. Explains the use of gas encephalography. Summarizes diagnostic essentials, reviewing 
major symptoms. Winner of the grand prize in medical film competition, Entretiens de Bichat, 1977. 
(jabo) 

NIA 

p-i 4 minutes 05038 color: $10. 50 

Animates a parable about a young girl who learns how to be helpful when she herself needs help. The 
Swahili title means "purpose," or "self-discipline for the common good." Based on a story by 
award-winning Black American poet/novelist Alice Walker. A 1980 production, (ngsa; bed) 

NIEBLA, DE MIGUEL DE UNAMUNO 

h-c-a 60 minutes 2 reels 70607 color:$33.00 

Presents Unamuno's complex personality through an introductory dramatization of one of his most 
famous novels. Portrays the "struggle" between the philosopher and author in his personality, which 
lent complexity to his works. Filmed in period costumes, featuring Luis Prendes as Unamuno. Spanish of 
intermediate to advanced level. A Spanish Television production. U.S. release date, 1978. (tvesp; ffth) 

1968 - A LOOK FOR NEW MEANINGS, Part One: VIET NAM - THE TELEVISION 
WAR 

j-h-c-a 30 minutes 84987 color:$16.25 

Studies the Viet Nam problem with old footage and new information, bringing out new perspectives on 
the events. Narration by Harry Reasoner aims at a stance "somewhere between journalism and 
history." A 1978 production, (ffth) 

1968 - A LOOK FOR NEW MEANINGS, Part Two: THE BLACK MOVEMENT 

j-h-c-a 30 minutes 84988 color: $16. 25 

Delineates intelligence agency coverage of Black leaders, analysing its significance in the course events 
took. Covers assassinations of Martin Luther King and of Robert Kennedy. Narrator, Harry Reasoner. A 
1978 production, (ffth) 

1968 - A LOOK FOR NEW MEANINGS, Part Three: STUDENT PROTESTS 

j-h-c-a 30 minutes 84989 color: $16.25 

Reviews student riots which occurred in 221 colleges during that year. Includes evidence of illegal FBI 
investigation of students. Analyses the chief elements influencing the college generation at that time: 
California and Eastern religions, rock music, and hair as a symbol of rebellion. Narrator, Harry 
Reasoner. A 1978 production, (ffth) 

1968 - A LOOK FOR NEW MEANINGS, Part Four: THE BATTLE OF CHICAGO 

j-h-c-a 30 minutes 84990 color:$ 16.25 

Focuses on causes, events and results of the demonstrations in connection with the Democratic 
Convention in Chicago, featuring interviews with Mayor Daley and Hubert Humphrey. New information 
shows one in six demonstrators to have been an under-cover agent. Concludes that the government was 
"waging war on the peace movement." Narrator, Harry Reasoner. A 1978 production, (ffth) 

NO ROOM FOR ERROR 

j-h 17 minutes 56818 color:$14.25 

Outlines basic safety procedures for chemistry students in beginning lab work, emphasizing the 
necessity for even experienced people to follow safety rules religiously by interviewing a teacher who 
had an accident during a demonstration (an alcohol explosion which turned him into a human torch.) 
Reviews basic safety rules and rationale at the end. A 1978 production, (bort; aol) 



NO SHORT CUT TO SUCCESS 

h-c-a 26 minutes 



84915 



color:$21.75 
Film sale:$390.00 
Cassette sale: $235. 00 
Points out that year-round forestry, feasible by the 1960's with new machinery, put many small 
holdings out of business: small farms also declined. Unemployment caused an exodus from eastern 
Finland to the south and Sweden. Rural life deteriorated; urban social problems increased. Today, 
regional development aid enables rural Finnish municipalities to attract industry, stemming migration 
but bringing new problems and changes — industrial pollution, housing shortages, village stores 
replaced by mobile shops, traditional amusements giving way to mass entertainment. The film is 
documented with statistical graphs. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

NOAH'S ARK (THE FAMOUS ADVENTURES OF MR. MAGOO SERIES) 

general 24 minutes 85049 color:$16.75 

Animates a Magoo version of the Biblical tale, with Magoo as Noah. A 1964 production, (upap: mcfi) 

THE NOBLE ART 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83813 color:$ 18.75 

Depicts the history of boxing from a largely British perspective, beginning with early bare-knuckled 
encounters. The entire boxing scenario, including the development of promoters and of the fight 
audience, is examined. To illustrate boxing's transformation from local brawling and carnival contests 
to an Olympic sport and professional athletic event, uses archival and live footage of bouts involving 
international championship matches. Explores effects of racism, poverty, morality and crime on boxing. 
Contrasts professional with amateur boxing, showing how amateur boxing, particularly in combination 
with boys' clubs, has furnished a healthy outlet for aggressive and potentially destructive impulses. A 
1977 production, (thtv; bon) 

"NOBODY'S USELESS" 

j-h-c-a 29 minutes 84614 color: $20.50 

These dramatized sequences from the book The Great Brain tell how one boy's accident and the terrible 
misfortune of an amputated leg was turned, in the human sympathy, ingenuity and determination of 
another, into new ways of thinking for both of them. A 1980 production, (osmo: eb) 



NON-METALS: SHARE AND SHARE ALIKE (CHEM 101) 

c-a 9 minutes %" U-Matic C00114 color:$'<. 

Cassette Sale: $i 
Discusses distribution of metallic and non-metallic elements in and on earth, showing the biosphe 
be almost entirely non-metallic (lists some compostion percentages.) Explains the basis for L 
bonding theory, explains Lewis structures and how non-metals acquire electrons in covalent bor 
Computer diagrams show Lewis structure of carbon in diamond (single bond) and grai 
(combination single and double). Explains mutual attractions and replusions, and plots the pot 
energy of diatomic molecules as a function of interatomic distance. Details how the Pauli excl 
principle applies to bonding. Lists several exceptions to rules covered. A 1973 production, (ui) 

NOT BY JEANS ALONE (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

h-c-a 28 minutes 85154 color:$i 

%" U-Matic C85154 color: $■ 

Summarizes Levi-Strauss' effort to break away from its "jeans" image into the line of tailored c 
suits. Interesting market survey summary identifies five types of customer for men's clothing, 
their individual taste patterns. Examines competitors, difficulties, ad campaigns, and final disappo 
results. A 1981 production, (wgbh; lea) 

NOT MY PROBLEM 

h-c-a 18 minutes 56536 color:$ 

Concepts of birth control and responsibilities of pregnancy are clearly shown to involve both pan 
sexually active teenage couples. A dramatization about Dave and Susan brings all facets of the pr 
to the attention of viewers in teenage terms. A 1979 production, (ab) 

NOT ONLY STRANGERS 

h-c-a 24 minutes 56631 color:$M 

A study of a rape, and of the difficult decisions and emotions that arise in and after a rape situ 'i 
Dramatized. Contains explicit language. Preview before use. A 1980 production, (cec) 

THE NOTORIOUS JUMPING FROG OF CALAVERAS COUNTY 

general 25 minutes 84753 color: $. 

Dramatization of Mark Twain's famous short story. Jim Smiley won every race with his frog, 
Webster" and every bet he placed on Dan'l, until one day a stranger found a way to "ground 
and to beat Jim. A 1980 production, (ab) 



NOUAKCHOTT 

h-c-a 



26 minutes 



84916 



color:$i 
Film sale:$3 
Cassette sale:$2 
Shows how Nouakchott, the new capital of Mauritania, is rising on the barren sand dunes besi 
Atlantic. A 1958 master plan incorporates street layout, infrastructure, development of a po 
communications with the interior. Migrants and drought refugees swell the population; self-help b 
projects combine modern and traditional methods, plentiful sand and shells providing the mat 
European-style apartments, built earlier, are found unsuitable for the climate. The area's first sqi 
denuded the area of vegetation, causing dust storms; citizen cooperation replanted dunes, sta 
sand. People learn new skills as industries and services are established. A 1976 production, (unc i 

NOVA SCOTIA 

j-h-c-a 28 minutes H00032VC color.t 

This tiny province has over 4000 miles of seacoast and many picturesque villages, whose traditic 
variously French Acadian, Scotch, and mixed. The camera records many of the possibilities mer 
in the narrative: sailing, skin diving, folk dancing, croquet. Recommends a drive to Cape Breton 
and a visit to the Alexander Graham Bell Museum. Prices given, being those of production date, 
valid. %" U-Matic videocassette. '75 (?) (bon; heri) 

NOW THE CHIPS ARE DOWN 

j-h-c-a 50 minutes 2 reels 70569 color:$ 

Presents the history and economic implications of the silicone chip. Includes sped; 
demonstrations of applications of the technology: computers that voice-read to the blind, answe 
commands, create 'artifical hearing' for the deaf; word processors with memory banks, robo 
work for industry. Speculates on the social implications of dying industries (adding machines, 
watches) and the decreasing numbers of job opportunities. A 1978 production, (bbc; fi) 



NUCLEUS I (CHEM 101) 

c-a 13 minutes 



V U-Matic CO0 133 



color:!> 
Cassette Sale: $: 
Briefly introduces nuclear compostion, going into more depth on the topic of nuclear structure, 
and presents characteristics of nuclides: isotopes, isobars, nuclear build-up, radioactivi 
transmutation. Nuclear half-lives are explained, and the various forms of radiation distingui; 
1973 production, (ui) 



NUCLEUS II (CHEM 101) 

c-a 19 minutes 



V U-Matic CO0 134 



color:!, 
Cassette Sale: $ I 
Deals with practical uses of nuclear energy. Radioactive tracers and their uses are reviews lii 
examples. Nuclear fusion is distinguished from nuclear fission, and illustrations are given. Dew 
relativity, mass defect curve and transuranium elements, as well as the technology of both fiss f 
fusion reactors. A 1973 production, (ui) 

NUMBERS NOW AND THEN (HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS) 

c-a 24 minutes 85 137 color:, I.; 

Discusses the convenience and simplicity of a ten-symbol place value system. Presents earlier s jm 
showing how 12 x 12 would have been figured in Egyptian, Babylonian and Greek systems. Tra jtl 
origin of our system from second century India through Arabia to Europe, where its form I |rr 



ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS / 59 



jndard in the course of the development of print. Points out the survival of the Babylonian 
';|agesimal system in our division of the hour. A 1974 production, (openu; mg) 

.WHERE ARE YOU? 

49 minutes C00100VC color: $60. 50 

veys reasons for and results of the critical shortage of nurses. Presents nursing as the most 
ndalously underpaid of the professions. Requiring more dedication, longer hours, greater endurance 
any with the possible exception of doctor, its salary levels cannot compare even with those of 
lesmen and grocery store check-out clerks. The drop-out rate causes more problems for those who 
ain — and for their patients. Examines the controversial problem of labor organizations and strikes 
ii means of protest. A CBS Report, produced in 1981. %" U-Matic Video Cassette, (cbs; cal) 



ATTRITION AND DENTAL HEALTH 

:,,.<,, r» 12 minutes 



57081 



color: $12. 50 



jhasizes the importance of an attractive smile, the vital role of the teeth, and their proper care, 
iicularly as regards nutrition. Animation clarifies the nature of plaque formation while narration 
ntifies sugar as the culprit. Lists nutritional needs of growing, adult, and older citizens, spotlighting 
—importance of milk-based foods and fluoride. Recommends methods of planning sugar intake and 
th cleaning (a matter of timing) so as to minimize exposure of tooth enamel to acid. A 1982 
t iluction. (pri; ffco) 

TRITION: SOME FOOD FOR THOUGHT 

16 minutes 50739 color:$ 15.50 

— ng the humorous frame of a 'scientist' who says he is inventing a pill that will replace food, 
fusses the body's need for a variety of foods, and tells what each supplies for the body's complex 
RO'Sjem. A 1981 production, (cec) 

1 DATA MODELLING (COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS) 

■a 25 minutes 84796 color: $20. 50 

company president explains reasons for their decision to use several related data bases instead of 
large one. Examines three areas of operation: a regional office where customer bookings are 
jpted, the ship-loading area at Southampton, and the voyage of a container ship. Describes 
:edures and constructs data models to support them. Discusses separation of entities and 
butes, characteristic / attributes from use / attributes, and situations which make it desirable to 
issify attributes as entities, or to change to more relevant attributes. A 1978 production, (bbc / 
iu; umed) 



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HENRY: THE GIFT OF THE MAGI (SHORT STORY CLASSICS SERIES) 

16 minutes 56679 color: $14. 50 

of the classic story of Jim and Delia, who have no money to buy each other a Christmas 
they consider worthy of their love, and each of whom sells, in sacrifice, the most valuable thing 
wns to get the other a gift. A 1980 production, (eb) 



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HAT WE WERE THERE: SONGS IN GLAD SEASONS 

c-a 27 minutes 84705 color: $18. 00 

_-4ormance / dramatization of European Renaissance music by the Madrigal Singers of St. Louis, 
lentic costumes and hair styles, music of several nations. A 1979 production, (phpr) 

%SIVE-COMPULSIVE NEUROSIS 

25 minutes 81717 b&w:$ 10.00 

terviews with a doctor and a social worker, a middle-aged male patient describes his experiences 
> feelings in dealing with this type of mental problem. A 1963 production, (mcgh; apa) 



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AN DYNAMICS: THE WORK OF THE SEA 

a 19 minutes 56930 color:$ 15.00 

new knowledge of the many roles oceans have, using latest phototechnology: time-lapse 
footage and computer animation combine to show ocean's role as creator of weather, site of 

)nic plaie edges, underwater hot springs and of "storms" similar to those in the atmosphere. 

ains methods used to discover these in MODE, the Mid-Ocean Dynamics Experiment. Includes 

lapse footage of high tide returning at Pundy. A 1981 production, (eb) 



:ULAR ALLERGIES] (LES ALLERGIES OCULAIRES: LOCALISATIONS 
UPERFICIELLES) 

14 minutes W U-Matic K00037 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $126.00 
iJiJrasts historical classification of allergic conditions with the four types distinguished today, listing 
al agents. Animation clarifies the mechanism and progression of such disturbances. Deals with 
laritis, conjunctivitis, keratitis, episcleritis. Goes into detail regarding springtime conjunctivitis and 
ophobias. Urges active discouragement of the use of home remedies. A 1973 production, (jabo) 



BROTHER, MY BROTHER 

eral 13 minutes 56579 color: $15.00 

I and Ross Lowell have filmed their two sons, Josh and Evan, in situations that bring out all the 
possibilities in the family relationship of a two-year-old and a six-year-old. An Academy Award 
i nee, produced in 1980. (rolo; pyr) 



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AGE (EVERYBODY RIDES THE CAROUSEL) 

■a 9 minutes 04895 color:$ 13.00 

ir animation contrasts two elderly couples, one symbolizing the achievement of 'ego integrity' and 
of 'despair' in these characterizations of the last of Erik Enkson's eight stages of life. Selected 
the longer film EVERYBODY RIDES THE CAROUSEL, dealing with all eight of the stages in turn. A 
production, (hubst; pyr) 



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OLD LAND - NEW LAND 

h-c-a 20 minutes 



56893 



color: $18. 50 
Film sale:$300.00 
Cassette sale:$ 180.00 
Traces development of Dutch land reclamation with animated maps and old footage, and shows modern 
techniques of polder building, drainage, etc. With industry expanding and population averaging 400 
people per square kilometer, new land is constantly needed in the Netherlands, for new towns and 
industrial development rather than farming. Focuses on the development of Lelystad, a new housing 
complex on what was a swamp only a few years ago. Discusses problems of deteriorating older urban 
areas. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

THE OLD MAN'S STORY (SENIOR VERSION) 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84872 color: $18.00 

Dramatizes a tragic incident which the narrator thinks of as marking the end of his childhood. Set in 
rural New Zealand of the 1920's, the memory concerns Bandy, an elderly friend and former seaman, 
who enchanted the narrator's youth with sea stories and fantasy tales as they tended the dairy herd 
when the boy spent summers on his aunt and uncle's farm. An orphan girl in her early teens comes to 
live on the farm, and Bandy's attraction to her leads to a tragic chain of events that ends with the boy 
discovering Bandy's suicide. Based on the literary work of New Zealand author Frank Sargeson. A 1979 
production, (gfpnz; abc) 

OLYMPICS: THE ETERNAL TORCH 

j-h-c-a 27 minutes 84843 mixed:$19.75 

Describes the spirit of the Olympics as idealists conceive it, and the political and less-than-ideal events 
which have marred its history. Uses footage from all Olympics, 1896-1972, giving highlights in narrative 
and replay. Commentary by Rafer Johnson. A 1974 production, (apr; aims) 

ONCE UPON A MOUSE 

general 26 minutes 84888 color:$ 19.75 

A series of selected animation montages illustrating favorite Disney themes (the villain, the hero, 
portrayals of love, of "the chase," of the "happy ending,") celebrate the genius of Walt Disney, form a 
tribute to him on the occasion of the completion of his twentieth animated feature-length film, and 
afford an opportunity to see him in person, talking to and about his characters, and the fact that "It all 
began with a mouse." A 1981 production, (wdp) 

ONE FOR THE ROAD 

h-c-a 30 minutes 83663 color:$18.75 

Reveals the lack of caring in Britain's newest generation of drunken drivers, "too young to remember 
the psychological impact of the breathalyzer" in 1967. Cities actual cases of injury and death, 
contrasting their results with the cynical attitude of young drivers stopped by police. 40% of Britain's 
accident victims have alcohol in their blood exceeding the legal limit. Examines government regulations 
which restrict police action; shows that the public itself is very ambivalent in its attitude toward 
drunken driving. A 1977 production, (thtv; bon) 

ONE MAN'S MULTINATIONAL (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

h-c-a 28 minutes 85155 color:$38.00 

% ' ' U-Matic C85 155 color: $38. 00 

Lists multinationals and selects one of the older and lesser known to document. The Bata shoe 
production business with headquarters now in Canada, began in Czechoslovakia, was a multinational 
before IBM existed, and does business under governments of all kinds, in a hundred different languages, 
under the stringent standards and personal supervision of Thomas Bata, turning out a quarter billion 
pairs of shoes annually. A 1981 production, (wgbh; lea) 

ONE MAN'S SEWAGE IS ANOTHER MAN'S DRINKING WATER (IT'S LIFE) 

i-j 20 minutes 55598 color:$18.75 

Biologist David Bellamy explores water purification systems that evolved in the wake of cholera 
epidemics in Soho during the 19th century. Traces the evolution of knowledge about the biology of 
water from a contaminated pump on what is today Carnaby Street to a floating laboratory on the 
Thames River designed to test water purity. Encourages children to explore the subject. A 1976 
production, (thtv; bon) 

ONE OF A KIND 

general 58 minutes 2 reels 70499 color:$28.50 

A film-drama of the troubled relationship between a working mother, who been toughened and 
embittered by life, and her sensitive daughter, who needs time to be a child. Left to tend their little 
stand, the girl is enchanted and lured away by a Punch and Judy show down the midway. How reality is 
conveyed by this medium, even to the mother, is the story. A 1978 production, (phpr) 

ONE STEP AHEAD 

c-a 28 minutes 83575 color:$ 10.00 

Illustrates the three stages (evaluation, preparation, intervention) of dealing with ward crisis control in 
psychiatric facilities. Demonstrates recommended techniques, emphasizing that the key word for the 
nature of all contact with patients should be 'therapeutic' A 1976 production, (mti; apa) 

ONE TWO THREE 

h-c-a 33 minutes 90331 color: $23.50 

Documents how a group of women in Britain organized to meet their need for preschool care, and 
covers several issues involved in cooperative childcare. Interviews with the mothers deal with their 
objective to meet their own needs as well as their children's. There are discussions of what they want 
the children to learn, budgeting, and involvement of volunteers. The children are shown engaging in 
activities as some of the mothers comment on the objectives they have in mind in programming these 
experiences. A 1975 production. (Iibfi; cfel) 

ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS 

h-c-a 121 minutes 3 reels 98933b &w: $50.00 

An action story involving men who pilot cargo planes in the Andes mountains, and a stranded beauty. 



60 / ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS 



Directed by Howard Hawks and starring Cary Grant, Jean Arthur, Rita Hayworth. A 1939 production, 
(ca; tlf) 

ORAL HISTORY 

h-c-a 60 minutes 2 reels 70623 color: $29. 50 

Recounts the story of a black village chief in an unnamed African country who struggles with his 
conscience about whether to report to the local white military authorities that some villagers are aiding 
black rebels. The consequences of his decision are catastrophic. Screenplay by Nadine Gordimer, based 
on her short story. A 1982 production, (propr; tcul) 

THE OREGON DUNES 

general 19 minutes 56569 color:$ 16.50 

Outlines the history, structure, and patterns of cyclic change of the sand dunes along Oregon's coast in 
the Siuslaw National Forest. In describing the unique coastal dunes, the narration defines terms of 
dunal geography such as precipitation ridge, slip face, hummock, foredune, transverse, oblique, and 
parabola dunes. The contributions of wind, waves, driftwood, and European beach grass in establishing 
the dunes are discussed. Observes that although the dunes encroach on man's structures, they also 
benefit him by providing an abundance of fresh water from rain and snow. A 1979 production, (mamo) 

ORIENTATION: ATTITUDE, APPEARANCE, APPROACH 

h-c-a 12 minutes 56796 color:$12.50 

A comic animation of the learning of proper sales techniques by Lewis Gundelfinger, nephew of the 
Sales Manager at the Belleview Bell Factory. Having sent his naive nephew into the city with the "new 
spring line," Uncle Harry sends after him Belle LaBelle, Super Sales Trainer, who helps him overcome 
his flaws in attitude, appearance and approach. A 1979 production, (stbo; chu) 

OSCAR MICHEAUX, FILM PIONEER (WERE YOU THERE SERIES) 

h-c-a 28 minutes 85006 color:$22.75 

Characterizes Micheaux, the first Black film producer of any note, who was author, fund-raiser, 
director, editor, distributor and sometimes actor in his own films. His aim was "to show beautiful 
people." Includes interviews with stars who worked in his films, and some reenactments starring Danny 
Glover as Micheaux. From a biographic series on famous Black Americans subtitled "A Sepia 
Scrapbook." A 1981 production, (ngsa; befi) 

OSPREY 

j-h-c-a 34 minutes 85002 color: $22. 50 

Spectacular filming of the life cycle of the sea eagle follows one pair through a breeding season in the 
highlands and lochs of Scotland. Slow-motion photography of osprey catching and carrying fish, studies 
of nest building and parenting activities, and discussions of the role of these birds in the food web and 
of threats to their existence are some of the features. Multiple award winner, produced in 1979. (rspb; 
bewi) 



THE OTHER SCHOOL SYSTEM SERIES 

GROUP COMMUNICATION 
LEARNING CENTERS 
STORY TELLING 
THE VOLUNTEER TEACHER 
(oeta; mmm) 



see: 



THE OTHER SCHOOL SYSTEM SERIES 

A series designed for training volunteer teachers and helpers in the system 
of community associations and churches also engaged in educational 
activities. An estimated twelve million volunteer and non-professional leaders 
participate in this system (as compared with 2.5 million professional 
teachers in the public system.) A group of universities, churches and 
community agencies designed and produced this series as a cooperative 
venture, to present theory, method and practical teaching ideas on discipline, 
communication, evaluation and learning environments. Features Jane Jayroe 
and Art Linkletter. Produced in 1979. Includes these titles: 

GROUP COMMUNICATION 
LEARNING CENTERS 
STORY TELLING 
THE VOLUNTEER TEACHER 
(oeta; mmm) 

OTTO MESSMER AND FELIX THE CAT 

general 25 minutes 84708 color:$ 17.00 
All who have seen Felix will enjoy seeing him again, and meeting his creator, Otto Messmer. Messmer, 
84 at the time of the filming, tells how Felix's remarkable personality evolved. A 1978 re-release. 
(phpr) 

OUR FAMILY WORKS TOGETHER (SECOND EDITION) 

p 13 minutes 56570 color: $ 13.50 

Introduces three families with different compositions, lifestyles, and ways of working together. When 
one of the mothers returns to school, her children learn to adjust to new responsibilities around the 
house. Examples from the remaining families illustrate how sharing work benefits all family members. A 
1978 production, (c) 



OUR ONE AND ONLY HOME 

h-c-a 13 minutes 



56894 



Color:$ 14.75 
Film sale: $195.00 
Cassette sale: $120. 00 
Depicts Mauritius, with its population of 900,000 people of African, Indian, Chinese and European 
descent, as dependent mainly on its sugar cane crop. Other industries are concentrated in urban areas. 



In recent years cyclones have caused widespread damage to homes. The film shows newsreel foota i , 
storms, then describes measures to resettle victims. Some settlements were hastily built or ir 
wrong location. But today long-term planning and more solid structural improvements, plus adap 
houses, are replacing emergency camps. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

OUR VIOLENT HERITAGE 

j-h-c-a 28 minutes 85185 color:$2 

Examines, historically, the social psychology which admits of violence, with particular reference t 
American character. Footage of assassination attempts against presidents and presidential candid 
footage of training schools for various types of self defense, interviews with sociologists and p 
analyse the implications of this tendency in the present. Linked with narrative background by Ch 
Kuralt. A 1981 production, (cbs; cal) 

OUT OF DARKNESS 

c-a 60 minutes 81715 b&w:$) 

Dramatizes therapeutic sessions between a psychiatrist and a mute schizophre 
Commentator/narrator is Dr. William Menmnger. A 1956 production, (cbs; apa) 

OUTDOOR SAFETY SERIES 

Presents, through dramatizations: advance planning techniques, pro 
preparation of equipment, emergency, first aid, and signalling measures 
winter and general outdoor camping and travel activities. A 1981 product] 

(goldi; befi) 

OUTDOOR SAFETY SERIES see: 

COLD WATER: THE SILENT KILLER 
WINTER SURVIVAL IN THE BUSH 
(goldi; befi) 

OVER-THE-COUNTER DRUGS: SMOOTH TALK AND SMALL PRINT 

j-h-c-a 22 minutes 57110 color:$ 

A pharmacist narrator tells the truth about product claims and labelling in the over-the-counter 1 
industry. Gives such useful information as the danger of rebound and addiction with nose spra 
drowsiness with antihistamines, and about specific conditions which make certain constitr 
dangerous, including the problem of combining drugs. A 1980 production, (vifi; ab) 

OXIDATION-REDUCTION EQUATIONS (CHEM 101) 

c-a 20 minutes %" U-matic C00113 color:$, 

Cassette Sale: $1 

Analyzes oxidation reduction equations into their qualitative and quantitative aspects, gives s 
rules for balancing them in the instance of ionic substances and in the more complex instanc 
covalent substances. Defines oxidation number, lists rules for assigning oxidation numbers, 
oxidation numbers for elements in groups 1 and 2, and for oxygen and hydrogen, whose oxic 
number changes with the type of compound. Stresses that the positive and negative signs in oxii 
numbers are not connected with valence or charge. Demonstrates balancing of oxidation-redi 
equations by the regular and the half-reaction methods. Shows method for reduction of complete 
equations to net ionic equations. A 1974 production, (ui) 



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PCB 

h-c-a 57 minutes 2 reels 70533 color:$S 

Explains the mechanism of chemical pollution of the environment by non-biodegradable subst 
which have been proven to cause cancer and birth defects. 90% of toxic waste containing 
elements is now illegally dumped. Covers the problems involved in identifying legal dumping 
recounting known cases. Commentary by Barry Commoner. Alternate series title: A PLAGUE Ob* 
CHILDREN. Featured on television's NOVA series. A 1979 production, (wgbh; tlf) 



PAINTING BY NUMBERS 

j-h-c-a 60 minutes 2 reels 70570 color:$ 

Surveys the full known spectrum of computer-graphic potential. In addition to the predir 
excitement of applications in art and architecture, there is also the tracking of bombers, and the 
of the molecular codes that design animal life. Tours places where the most spectacular usi 
currently going on: University of Utah Engineering School, where students of the inventor of the 
pen" produce color-shaded solid images — full animation in 3-D. Visits Hollywood, showing Ror 
engaged in real-time interaction with an analog computer and a light synthesizer. Shows u 
advertising, including a 30-second ad costing $90,000. Interviews the inventor of the video 
shows computer-controlled robots; speculates about the future. A 1981 production, (bbc; fi) 



PALACE OF DELIGHTS 

j-h-c-a 55 minutes 2 reels 70580 color:$ 

Tours "The Exploratorium" in San Francisco, considered to be one of the world's best si 
museums. Interviews its founder and director Dr. Frank Oppenheimer, who personally builds m 
the exhibits. Shows building of experiments (all are full-scale prototypes); explains how some 
funding problems are solved and the museum manned; gives examples of how the builders lean 
their own experiments, and how the public reacts. A 1982 production, (wgbh; tlf) 

PALESTINE SERIES 

Israeli and Palestinian historians, British statesmen and army commam 
survivors of the many battles that have arisen over the territory that is 
Land to three of the world's major faiths are interviewed throughtout { 
careful British filmic analysis of the history of mid-east conflict as cent! 
about Palestine. Historical footage is used as appropriate to make ij 
graphic the realities of this complex situation. In their historical chrono 
the parts of the series are: PROMISES, REBELLION, ABDICATION. A ! 
production, (thtv; heri) 



PALESTINE: PROMISES, Part 1 

■c-a 24 minutes 84643 mixed: $20. 50 

1914, when Palestine became 'an international ward ot court' under British supervision, its 

pulation was 85,000 Jews, 61,000 Arab Christians, and 500,000 followers ot Islam. In the Versailles 

eaty, deciding the destiny of a place 90% of whose population was Arab, the word 'Arab' does not 

bpear. Jerusalem is the Holy City of these three faiths. Israeli historians explain, in an introductory 

^gment, what Israel and its faith have meant, and the obsessiveness, over 800 years, of the idea of a 

" turn to Jerusalem. A 1980 production, (thtv; heri) 



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PALESTINE: PROMISES, Part 2 

c-a 24 minutes 84644 mixed: $20. 50 

__|)vers the decade of the '20's in Palestine. The first British high command, though scrupulously fair, 
w immediately the nature of the difficulties. Immigrants of varying leftist degree brought fights 
tween communist and socialist tactions, and stirred up the Arabs who fought against both. Many 
abs had not registered their land because the Turks had used registration for conscription and 
xation. The Jewish International Fund raised money to purchase land; the Arabs were dispossessed. 
__ owth faltered in 1927, and violence began in 1929. The riots at Hebron established undying enmity. A 
80 production, (thtv; heri) 



U.ESTINE: PROMISES, Part 3 

c-a 24 minutes 84645 mixed: $20. 50 

e decade of the 1930's saw a growing number of landless Arabs. Of 4000 families who applied for 
jsettlement, only one in six was actually resettled. Jews were wanting to leave Poland, Lithuania and 
— trmany for Palestine. The British wanted to allow enough of them to enter to achieve a 'balanced' 
Ipulation. After Arab violence of 1936, a British royal commission recommended partition. "Arab 
ilture was no better understood than was the seriousness of the rebellion." A 1980 production, (thtv; 
ri) 



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LESTINE: REBELLION, Part 1 

27 minutes 



c-a 



84646 



mixed: $20. 50 



tish reluctance, in 1935, to endorse 50% of the seats in the Palestinian parliament to Arabs (who 
iresented 70% of the population) was symbolic, to the Arabs, of a lack of will to do them justice. 
ij British royal commission of 1936 concluded that its mandate was no longer workable. "We are 
j ing to deal with violence without being able to deal with the cause of it." Due to emigration from 
ler's growing territory, the number of industrial firms in Palestine increased from 6000 to 14,000 in 
en years. The work force tripled in the same period, but would not include Arabs. The 1939 
remberg Laws precipitated an immigration to Palestine of 62,000 Jews. A 1980 production, (thtv; 
i) 



LESTINE: REBELLION, Part 2 

-a 22 minutes 84647 mixed: $19. 50 

j;.7Jen Hitler annexed Czechoslovakia in 1939, an era began in which British policy in Palestine was 
(j ,l ermined by forces outside Palestine. Seeing a need to placate the Arabs, the British declared 
k rnally that it was not their intent that Palestine become a Jewish state. The Jews reacted by claiming 

d and erecting, overnight, settlements along a border that defined the hoped-for Jewish state. 

materially, no country but the Dominican Republic was willing to increase its immigration quota to 

) the Jews fleeing Hitler. As German Jews brought truth of German events to Palestine, the Jewish 

— )d changed to a desperate willingness to fight. Zionists turned from Britain and sought a new ally in 
erica. A 1980 production, (thtv; heri) 

^LESTINE: REBELLION, Part 3 

:-a 17 minutes 84648 mixed: $19. 00 

ij ers the early 1940's: Truman's role in pressing for the Jews to be allowed into Palestine, the 
' jll|lo-American Committee's recommendations that 100,000 Jews be admitted and that Arabs be 

wed employment in Jewish enterprises. These recommendations pleased neither side, and violence 

— le out again in 1946. A 1980 production, (thtv; heri) 



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ESTINE: REBELLION, Part 4 

-a 20 minutes 84649 mixed:$ 19.00 

final events culminating in British withdrawal are reviewed in film and commentary. One unusually 
paling feature is the same Pathe newsreel run first with British, then with American, voiceover. 
nan's continued advocacy of Jewish immigration to Palestine brought a break between Britain and 
Tica. "Burdened by the cost of the 80,000 troops she needed to keep order, cast before the world 
illain, British patience and resources were exhausted " A 1980 production, (thtv; heri) 



ESTINE: ABDICATION, Part 1 

■a 17 minutes 90346 mixed:$ 19.00 

947 Britain, trapped by the political necessity to placate the Arabs and to insure oil supplies, made 
v^xample of the ship "Exodus," forcibly returning 4500 Jewish refugees to camps in Germany, 
stine at that time contained a million Arabs, half a million Jews, and 80,000 British troops, 
torn, bankrupt and desperate, Britain finally refers the problem to the United Nations and prepares 
ithdraw its troops. A 1980 production, (thtv; hen) 



1 1.ESTINE: ABDICATION, Part 2 

—a 33 minutes 90347 mixed: $2 1.00 

jn the British decided to withdraw from Palestine, the United Nations, having had partition 

Jmrnended both by Palestinian Jews and by a commission which had been assigned to study the 
■" ition, voted to divide Palestine. The favorable vote was in part due to U.S. pressure, and the Arab 
thatB d erupted in protest. The United Nations then saw what Britain had known: continuing force was 
Ijtitoot ired to maintain any semblance of order. The United States was not prepared to support force, and 
st jHl ews saw their failure to provide it as a reversal of position. A 1980 production, (thtv; hen) 

make 

chrono 



ESTINE: ABDICATION, Part 3 

a 36 minutes 90348 mixed: $2 1.00 

pril of 1948, the situation in Palestine had disintegrated to terrorism and massacre on the part of 
Arab and Jew. The British who were left were under strict command not to intervene. Jerusalem 



was under seige, with food and water cut off. 700,000 Arabs had been evicted or fled. An Arab 
historian comments, "For other nations that have been occupied, there has at least been the conslation 
that the occupation was condemned. For us, our occupation was called by the world the 'liberation' of 
the occupant." A 1980 production, (thtv; hen) 

A PALETTE OF GLASS 

j-h-c-a 25 minutes 84706 color: $17. OO 

Records the design and creation by Marc Chagall, and the assembling by Charles and Bngitte Marq, of a 
set of stained glass windows for the Art Institute of Chicago. Visits the factory where the glass is 
manufactured, Chagall's studio in the south of France where the designs were originated, and finally the 
atelier where the windows were assembled. Conveys reasons why the windows have been termed "...a 
marriage of science and spirit, of studio ard sky." A 1978 production, (phpr) 

THE PANAMA CANAL (REVISED) 

i-j-h 11 minutes 02421 color: $13.00 

Recounts the history of the Panama Canal from early attempts by the Spanish, French, and Americans 
to its final development and construction by the Americans. Discusses past and present political and 
economic issues affecting the complex 86 kilometer waterway. The passage of a ship illustrates the 
operation of the locks and the functioning of the canal. A 1978 production, (c) 

PANAMA CANAL: THE LONGEST SHORTCUT 

general 28 minutes 85050 color: $17. 75 

Reconstructs the history of the building of the Panama Canal, "the moon-shot of its era." Uses old 
photogrpahs, animation, maps and live footage to trace the defeat of the French engineers, the 
American interest, involvement, commitment and final triumph in designing and installing the locks 
which completed a dream half a century after it began. A 1980 release (hsp; mcfi) 

PARAGRAPHS: LIKE SCENES IN A FILM 

i-j-h 15 minutes 56703 color: $14. 50 

Animation and live action combine to illustrate what paragraphs do, and how to tell when a new one 
should begin. Fruitful parallels are drawn from cutting and editing film. The 'cut' represents some 
change of scene, of camera angle, or of viewpoint. The topic sentence is like the first scene in a 
following sequence: it helps us see where we are. Constructing supporting sentences with comparison, 
example and detail, and devising concluding sentences are included. A 1981 production, (cec) 

PARANOID-SCHIZOPHRENIC PSYCHOSIS 

c-a 28 minutes 81734 b&w:$ 10.00 

Records before, during, and after-treatment interviews between a psychiatrist and a schizophrenic 
patient. Designed to illustrate the condition and to comment on methods of treating it. A 1963 
production, (mcgh) 



[PARENTERAL ALIMENTATION II: ARTIFICIAL ALIMENTATION] 
ARTIFICIELLE) 



(NUTRITION 



c-a 



19 minutes 3/4" U-Matic K00089 



color:$28.00 
Cassette Sale:$1 7 1.00 
Defines enteral and parenteral nutrition, telling how to determine cases requiring each. Describes how 
to determine choice of access point and length of time. Preparation of nutritive mixtures is shown, their 
content explained, and the mechanisms for their storage, administration and absorption described. 
Shows specific patients with various types of mechanisms. Prix du film d'enseignement, Entretiens de 
Bichat, 1975. (jabo) 

[PARENTERAL ALIMENTATION III; PREPARATION OF NUTRITIVE MIXTURES] (LA 
NUTRITION PARENTERALE: PREPARATION DES MELANGES NUTRITIFS) 

c-a 18 minutes %" U-Matic K00038 color: $28.00 

Cassette Sale: $162.00 
Lists cases which may require parenteral nutrition, giving recommended ways to administer. Describes 
the chemical balance necessary in the nutritive mixture; shows a series of calculations involving 
concentrations of basal solutions and patient weight. Lists rigorous aseptic precautions, illustrating two 
techniques. Deals with storage, shelf life, and testing of mixtures. A 1978 production, (jabo) 

PARTICLE PHYSICS: HADRONS, QUARKS AND CHARM 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84780 color:$20.50 

Elaborates models which have been devised to explain, and equipment which has been designed to 
research, the behavior of sub-nuclear particles. Discusses proton constituents— the hadron and its 
sub-groups (baryon, meson), its properties (strangeness, charm). Further analyses baryon and meson 
structure into quarks and anti-quarks, positing a table suggesting 4 quarks and 4 anti-quarks in varying 
combinations to explain particle behavior. Visits the linear accelerator at Geneva, Switzerland, reviews 
discovery of the Pi Meson, confirming the posited 4/4 quark model's prediction. A 1979 production, 
(bbc / openu; umed) 



PARTNERSHIP HOUSING 

h-c-a 25 minutes 



84917 



color: $2 1.25 
Film sale:$375.00 
Cassette sale:$22500 
Contains three examples of low-cost, self-help housing projects financed by the government and the 
private sector in Trinidad and Tobago. Lower-income workers for Texaco Ltd. can build on company 
land with modest mortgages and cheap lease-rental. Houses built on stilts allow for expansion; similar 
projects exist for sugar workers. The National Housing Authority finances self-help for group 
development schemes in which prospective owners build their houses under professional guidance, a 
method which keeps costs down and develops community solidarity and friendship. A 1976 production, 
(unchs; ui) 

PARTNERSHIPS WITH PATIENTS AND THE COMMUNITY 

c-a 25 minutes 52579 b&w:$ 10.00 

Illustrates programming procedures and philosophy of Harborview Community Mental Health Center in 
Seattle, where programs are developed around the patients' perceptions of their own needs. 



62 / PARTNERSHIPS WITH PATIENTS AND THE COMMUNITY 



Commentator/narrator is Dr. Lindbergh Sata, Director of the facility at the time of the filming. A 1973 
production, (wwmp; apa) 

THE PASSION OF CHRIST ACCORDING TO ST. MATTHEW, ILLUSTRATED BY 
WILLIAM KURELEK 

h-c-a 28 minutes 85003 color: $2 1.00 

Documents the remarkable achievement of Canadian artist William Kurelek, whose series of 160 
paintings depicts the entire story as recorded in the gospel of Matthew. Voiceover reading of those 
portions of the book which inspired the paintings bring the story to a new form of life. A 1981 
production, (shoo; befi) 

THE PASSOVER AMONG YEMENI JEWS (MAN'S RELIGIOUS QUEST) 

h-c-a 24 minutes 85127 color:$20.50 

Shows preparations, including an elaborate set of rituals for removing all leaven from the premises, for 
this traditional celebration of the Exodus from Egypt. Jews in Yemen preserve many traditions of 
longstanding, partly because of their isolation geographically. Films actual ceremonial meal, led by 
patriarch, which begins with the reading of the 23rd Psalm. Includes proclamation of the symbolism of 
the food on the passover plate and enumeration of God's acts of goodness: after each, those present 
exclaim "That would have sufficed." Following the long meal, the ceremony closes with an allegorical 
children's song, sung by the entire family. A 1977 production, (openu; mg) 

PAUL REVERE (THE FAMOUS ADVENTURES OF MR. MAGOO SERIES) 

general 24 minutes 85051 color:$ 16.75 

Animates a Magoo version of the story of Paul Revere, with Magoo as Revere. A 1964 production, 
(upap; mcfi) 

PAUL REVERE (CAPTIONED) (THE FAMOUS ADVENTURES OF MR. MAGOO 
SERIES) 

general 24 minutes 85052 color:$16.75 

Captioning makes this animated version, starring Mr. Magoo as Paul Revere, accessible to hearing 
impaired audiences. A 1964 production, (upap; mcfi) 

PAVAROTTI AT JULLIARD, PROGRAM 1 

h-c-a 29 minutes 84698 color: $19. 50 

Pavarotti is guest critic at Juilliard's Opera Master Class examination, the final performance for the 
degree in voice. Program 1 includes the following performances: "E lucevan le stelle" from Tosca by 
Paganini (Kwang Chung of Korea); "Non so piu" from Li Nozzi de Figaro by Mozart (Susan Mentzer); 
"Questa o quella" from Rigoletto by Verdi (Tonio de Paola), and, by Pavarotti himself, "Per la gloria 
d'adorarvi" from Giselda by Buononcini. A 1979 production, (phpr) 

PAVAROTTI AT JUILLIARD, PROGRAM 2 

h-c-a 29 minutes 84699 color:$19.50 

As guest critic of performances by Juilliard's candidates for the master's in voice, Pavarotti critiques 
the following performances: "0 mio Fernando" from La Favorita by Donizetti (Alteouise de Vaughn); 
"Infelice" from Ernani by Verdi (Roberto Briggs); "Donde lieta" from La Boheme by Puccini (Christine 
Radman). A 1979 production, (phpr) 

THE PAWNSHOP 

general 20 minutes 56948 b&w:$ 11.50 

Charlie Chaplin both directs and stars in this, his first masterpiece of comic adventure. Charlie, 
employed by a pawnbroker, falls in love with his daughter, spreads confusion among his customers (the 
famous clock scene, for example) and foils classic villain Eric Campbell. A 1916 production, (mut; nfvc) 

PEACE (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 21) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84956 mixed: $19.00 

Film sale:$495.00 
Recaps America's expectations and attitudes beginning with Dien Bien Phu and the defeat of the French. 
Interviews key figures such as Melvin Laird (Secretary of Defense), President Thieu of South Viet Nam, 
and Alexander Haig, who calls the final resolution of America's role "one of the most tragic actions 
taken by the legislature in my memory." A 1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 

PEARLS IN THE ALPHABET SOUP 

h-c-a 28 minutes 85004 color: $12.75 

Examines pros and cons of several types of special program for the gifted in Canadian schools, showing 
procedures and results. Designers discuss program aims and answer critical questions. Most workable 
are 'released time' classes where the gifted are together in learning situations. "It's O.K. to say they 
need their regular classmates, but they also need their peers — those equally gifted. The most valuable 
thing about it is not the program per se, or even the methodology, but the kind of interaction that goes 
on among the kids." A 1980 production, (pwti / oeca; befi) 

LA PECHE HEROIQUE (LE PETIT GARCON AU GRAND COEUR) (INUIT LEGENDS 
SERIES) 

k-p 6 minutes 05036 color: $10. 50 

An Eskimo boy shows great endurance and self-sacrifice in obtaining fish enough to save his village 
from famine. After distributing his catch, he finds he has forgotten himself — except that his father's 
lesson in using everything for some purpose turns out to have saved him. Puppet animation. Available 
in English as THE BOY WITH A BIG HEART. A 1982 production, (ancan; befi) 

PEERS IN MIDDLE CHILDHOOD 

c-a 23 minutes 83159 color: $10.00 

Illustrates the building of identity within a peer group, emphasizing the particular importance of that 
group at this age. Filmed largely in a fourth-grade classroom. A 1975 production, (mhfb; apa) 



PENGUINS! (ON VACATION) 

general 9 minutes 04901 color: $12 

Penguins, photographed walking, frolicking, fighting, swimming — the footage is edited to the sa 
kind of piano music used in the old silent films, and linked by the insertion of humorous inter-titles 
1978 production, (ptgl; pers) 

PENNIES FROM HEAVEN 

general 8 1 minutes 3 reels 98935b & w:$39 

An orphaned girl and her grandfather furnish the basis for a delightful plot in which they are befrieni 
by a singing, lute-playing drifter, played by Bing Crosby. Also stars Louis Armstrong. A 19 
production, (ca; tlf) 



PEOPLE: A MATTER OF BALANCE 

h-c-a 28 minutes 



84918 



color:$23 
Film sale:$42C 
Cassette sale:$25i 
Based on filming by Roberto Rossellini shortly before his death, describes the global inequities betw> 
rich and poor countries in terms of distortion and imbalance, pointing out that science teaches us I 
no system can survive without achieving equilibrium, a balanced relationship between the parts 
major sequences filmed in the Amazon, Southeast Asia, and Africa, illustrates how development in 
area has too often been at the cost of underdevelopment in another. A 1976 production, (unchs; u 

PEOPLE AND PRODUCTIVITY: WE LEARN FROM THE JAPANESE 

h-c-a 28 minutes 84992 color: $2' 

Examines the basis of America's interest in Japanese management methods, selecting key principles 
demonstrating their use in American firms. Selects Japan's emphasis on quality, human values, 
worker participation in planning as key items in Japan's phenomenal success. A 1982 production. ( 
eb) 

THE PEOPLE'S GAME 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83809 color:$1i 

Shows the history, development, and nature of one of the chief national sports of Britain: soc' 
Spread throughout the British empire, and characterized as "its most enduring export," the gar 
importance caused England to withdraw from the Olympics for more than 20 years because of con 
over the amateur status of its own players while players from other countries are professional athli 
The pervasiveness, appeal and general popularity of the sport is demonstrated through newsn 
interviews, and coverage of stadium events, (thtv; bon) 



[PEPTIC ULCERS] (L'EXPLORATION DE L'ULCERE GASTRO-DUODENAL) 

c-a 35 minutes %" U-Matic K00039 color: $3 

Cassette Sale: $31 
Describes risks and nature of gastric and duodenal ulcers, showing with gastroscopic pictures 
appearance of the mucosa. Reviews the mechanisms of digestion and the role of the vagus Bfe 
Shows a biopsy, with photomicrographic analysis of the tissue. Discusses symptoms and method: 
avoiding confusion with other causes of pain. Shows use of barium X-ray to discern pancn 
involvement; demonstrates use of pharyngial anesthesia and introduction of the endoscope. Show 
appearance of a bleeding ulcer and the taking of a sample for biopsy with a cutter introduced thr 
the scope. Describes Zollinger-Ellison syndrome. A 1977 production, (jabo) 



[PERCEPTION AND IMAGINATION] (LA PERCEPTION ET L'IMAGINAIRE) 



c-a 



31 minutes %" U-Matic 



K00078 



color:$3 
Cassette Sale:$2? 
Describes and animates the physiological mechanism of vision. Summarizes some of the bases fo 
of Rorschach ink blots in psychological testing to determine how people attach meaning to im 
Explains how pathological interpretations differ from normal; includes some comment on charade 
distortions of perception with hallucination-inducing drugs. Resumes experimental results with sei 
deprivation, overstimulation, both of which cause the collapse of perceptive mechanisms. A 
production, (jabo) 



[PERICOELIOSCOPIC TREATMENT OF ECTOPIC PREGNANCY] (TRAITEMENT 
PERICOELIOSCOPIQUE DES GROSSESSES EXTRA-UTERINES) 



:■: 



c-a 



15 minutes 3 A" U-Matic 



K00040 



color:$i 

Cassette Sale: $1i 

Diagrams several types of extra-uterine pregnancy, emphasizing the importance of early diagi 

Shows treatment of two cases in different stages of advancement. Illustrates use of coelioscopy, ! 

tubo-abdominal abortion and a salpingostomy with aspiration. A 1979 production, (jabo) 



PERIODIC CLASSIFICATION OF THE ELEMENTS (CHEM 101) 

c-a 16 minutes %" U-Matic CO0 106 color:$, 

Cassette Sale: $1- 
Introduces the concept of the periodic table, the nature of its structure, and the history 
organization. Gives bases for classifications, reviews contributions of Dobereiner, Mendeleev, Meyi 
Moseley. Lab demonstrations show breaking of compounds to elements by means of electric cu 
and compare behavior of triads from halogen, alkali metals, coinage metals groups. Lists ph 
characteristics of element groups and solubility of salt compounds. Includes transition metal 
lanthanides. A 1980 production, (ui) 

PERIODIC PROPERTIES OF THE ELEMENTS (CHEM 101) 

c-a 18 minutes W U-Matic CO0 110 color:$\ 

Cassette Sale: $1 , 
This tape is an introduction to the periodic properties of elements. The chemical behavior of fami j 
elements in the periodic table is directly related to the electronic structure of their atoms. P< | 
properties reflect the ability of atoms to give up, attract, or share electrons. Topics such as ion 
energy, electron affinity and electronegativity are defined by both examples and general rules. Oxi] 
numbers and the relative size of atoms and ions are discussed, and how these characteristic] 
determine chemical properties. A 1977 production, (ui) 



A PLACE IN HISTORY: NORWICH / 63 



RU: THE REVOLUTION THAT NEVER WAS 

c-a 30 minutes 83899 color: $18. 25 

;» jls the ironic story ot ways in which the revolution of hope has 'backfired' to produce the irony that 
(. |i peasant has traded his bondage to a landlord for bondage to poverty. When cooperative farms as a 

icept replaced the tradition of Peru's 15,000 rich landowners, and the peasants were given land of 
-.jir own, they had great hope. But the revolution provided no way to finance the operation of large 

ming enterprises, and no way to buy provisions that could not be grown on the land. Peasants, living 
;: ■ maize, potatoes and beer, speak of their despair. Some leaders are trying to exploit that despair to 
.!. /suade the peasants to revolt. A 1979 production, (thtv; bon) 

IANTOM OF THE OPERA 

.c-a 80 minutes 2 reels 98955 b&w:$29.00 

imatizes the ancient horror tale of a composer who, after an accident when acid scarred his face, 
hdrew from society to haunt the sewers under Paris. This is the original Lon Chaney performance, 

ft 1925. (fest) 

HLEBITIS OF THE LOWER LIMBS] (PHLEBITES DES MEMBRES INFERIEURS) 

3 18 minutes %" U-Matic K00041 color: $28.00 

Cassette Sale: $162.00 

■ |ts symptoms for early diagnosis of phlebitis, giving several investigative techniques: fibrinogen, 
lebography, Doppler. Discusses various types of treatment: preventative physiotherapy, oral 

-si-coagulants, surgery. Animation shows the formation of a platelet thrombus. Mentions related 
itditions that sometimes develop and should be watched for. A 1978 production, (jabo) 

IOTOSYNTHESIS (THIRD EDITION) 

:-a 20 minutes 56928 color:$15.50 

Is time-lapse, photomicrography, and animated models to explain and to demonstrate the process of 
I tosynthesis. Emphasizes the quantity of new plant matter produced annually and the importance of 
-i.role in producing the oxygen and the carbohydrates essential to all other life forms. Explains "light 
rctions" and "dark reactions" in the cycle, the roles of ATP and NADPH in the production of 

■ (bohydrates. Shows the model of the Calvin cycle which gained a Nobel prize for its originator. 
Lusses the possible future of the euphorbia plant, whose oil may prove to be a renewable source of 
frgy. A 1981 production, (eb) 

fYSICAL FITNESS 

c'i 20 minutes 57083 color:$ 15.50 

Emines what fitness ought to mean, giving simple ways to test your own level of fitness. Lists 

vantages of being fit, and recommends activities which help achieve and maintain fitness. Emphasizes 
t importance of slow, rhythmic stretching as warm-up prior to periods of exercise. Shows how to 

.Jitify and build toward an ideal pulse rate for your age. Distinguishes exercises for building strength 

l$n those for building endurance. Recommends exercise three non-consecutive days per week. A 1980 

Uluction. (pri; ffco) 

|HE PHYSICIAN AND MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION] (LE PHYSICIEN DEVANT 
.'INFARCTUS DU MYOCARDE) 

16 minutes %" U-Matic K00066 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $144.00 

Sws the introduction of a patient into intensive care. Discusses monitoring, detection of tachycardia, 

JUIation. Animation shows the development of an arterial ventricular block. Films the placement of a 

nulation probe, with positioning determined by X-ray television. Emphasizes quick access to 

Juitalization, on the basis of the statistic that one of every two deaths occur within the first two 

,i*s. A 1972 production, (jabo) 

EPICARO 

f -a 30 minutes 85 163 color:$ 18 25 

;jlactenzes the picaresque by drawing from the works of Cervantes, Quevedo Aleman, Espinal, 
. Jiadillo and LeSage. Selects a typical picaro and presents vignettes showing him as non-heroic, 
Jess, undirected, amoral but charming and without malice. Shows how literature uses this sort of 
Jj'e both to reveal and to criticize society. A Spanish Television production requiring intermediate to 
it iinced Spanish skills. U.S. release date, 1980. (tvesp; ffth) 

jASSO - A PAINTER'S DIARY, Part 1: THE FORMATIVE YEARS 

'c-a 37 minutes 90360 mixed:$21.25 

■ vactenzes Picasso's upbringing and the nature of his painting during the period of his first show in 
'■% and during the subsequent "blue" and "rose" periods. Uses Picasso's works, period photos and 
'lage, contemporary interviews with his daughter and son, voiceover quotes from his writings. A 

■) production, (wnet; pers) 



fisherman friends and of his aunt brings him through the bad experience. From a short story by Brian 
Doyle. A 1982 production, (afltd/cbc; bed) 



'ASSO 

c-a 



A PAINTER'S DIARY, Part 2: FROM CUBISM TO GUERNICA 

35 minutes 90361 mixed: $2 1.25 

Virs development of Picasso's styles through the influence of African art and cubism. Shows how 
'*s succeeded each other at first, later were all present as a constant vocabulary. A fellow artist 
; '*ments: "What he gave us was a summary, profound and cruel, of the whole history of painting." A 
') production, (wnet; pers) 

•ASSO - A PAINTER'S DIARY, Part 3: A UNITY OF VARIETY 

,c-a 22 minutes 90362 mixed: $14. 25 

lents the mature and aging Picasso: the ventures into sculpture, china painting and other media, 
J approximately the time of World War II until his death. Conveys his adverse reaction to fame, his 
H joy in artistic creativity. A 1980 production, (wnet; pers) 

"K ME UP AT PEGGY'S COVE 

25 minutes 85 1 72 color:$20. 75 

aunts the story of Ryan, spending the summer with his aunt, who runs a small shop in a seaside 
»'t town, as he tries to adjust to his father's deliberate absence from the family. Falling into the bad 
Oany of an older boy, Ryan is led into theft, and caught. The unfailing support of two elderly 



[PIGMENTED EPITHELIUM OF THE RETINA] (L'EPITHELIUM PIGMENTAIRE DE LA 
RETINE) 

c-a 22 minutes %" U-Matic K00067 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $198.00 
Animated diagrammatic artwork illustrates the structure of the eye and its capillary system. Electron 
microscopy shows the cone and rod structure. Resumes some of the findings on renewal of 
photoreceptor disks, discovered by the use of autoradiography. Illustrates, by means of animation, the 
migrations of the pigment granules away from the photoreceptors in darkness. Describes three possible 
types of lesions. Shows angiographic and histologic appearances of several serious conditions. A 1977 
production, (jabo) 

PILGRIMAGE (MAN'S RELIGIOUS QUEST) 

h-c-a 24 minutes 85128 color: $20. 50 

Interviews Muslims preparing for, going on, 2nd returning from the Han,: the Pilgrimage to Mecca. It is 
seen as an opportunity for growth, cleansing, and renewal, and all members of any community which 
sends a pilgrim obtain, vicariously, these benefits. Subtitles translate chanted group prayers and those 
few testimonies not in English, as individuals tell of their feelings and beliefs. A 1977 production, 
(openu; mg) 

PILGRIMAGE IN THE HINDU TRADITION (MAN'S RELIGIOUS QUEST) 

h-c-a 24 minutes 85129 color: $20. 50 

Explores meaning, intents, and symbolism of various types of pilgrimage. Focuses on two main 
traditions: the all-India tradition of a voyage to Benaras on the banks of the Ganges, and regional 
pilgrimages, represented in this case by the pilgrimage to Ramdevra, the grave of Ram Da. What Hindus 
give, and what they believe to receive from these traditional practices is enumerated and discussed. A 
1977 production, (openu; mg) 

THE PINKS AND THE BLUES 

j-h-c-a 57 minutes 2 reels 70528 color: $28. 50 

Spotlights the subtle role played by gender-based expectations of parents in the character formation of 
children. Reveals "a hidden curriculum of differential treatment" and summarizes its implications in 
seven personality ares: aggression, activity, curiosity, impulsivity, anxiety, compliance, achievement 
and self concept. A 1980 production, (wgbh; tlf) 

A PLACE IN HISTORY: BERKELEY CASTLE 

h-c-a 27 minutes 83834 color:$ 18.75 

Walks the grounds and interior of Berkeley Castle with Brigadier Peter Young as host, interviewing the 
present owner of the castle, John Berkeley. Shows a mounted hunt, with hounds, departing from the 
900-year-old castle, which is still used as a residence for the family— descendants of the original 
owners. The western barons gathered here before going to persuade King John to sign the Magna Carta. 
Discusses the Berkeley arms and heraldic symbols, reenacts the famous siege of 1645. Contrasts this 
long history with new elements in the area: a nuclear power reactor and a wildfowl trust, (thtv; bon) 

A PLACE IN HISTORY: BRIGHTON 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83843 color:$18.75 

Reviews the four historical counts on which Brighton is famous— or infamous: medical, royal, social 
and industrial. Its attractive Channel beach and its proximity to London made it a favorite place of 
"escape" for city dwellers including royalty; in particular that Prince of Wales who later became George 
IV, and who built the Royal Pavilion, "a supreme folly" whose exterior was domed in imitation of Indian 
architecture and whose interior decor was Chinese, graced with a racy lifestyle which became knows as 
"Regency Brighton." The medial aspect was largely quack cures such as the drinking of sea water. 
Interviews hotel keepers, residents and tourists. Visits Sussex University and shows how the mos f 
spectacular change in Brighton is its growth as an educational and conference center, (thtv; bon) 

A PLACE IN HISTORY: GLENCOE 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83832 color:$18.75 

Takes viewers on a tour of the wild, somber beauty of north Scotland's rural glen through which runs 
the River Coe. Narrator Gordon Jackson interviews author John Trevor, who has done research into the 
history of the area: the Campbell-McDonald feuds and the battle of Culloden. Shows what the mountains 
of Glencoe offer to those who climb for sport, (thtv; bon) 

A PLACE IN HISTORY: GREENWICH 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83842 color:$18.75 

Visits the "British Versailles" which is now general headquarters for the Royal Navy. Gives the history 
of the palace, designed by Christopher Wren, telling how the Royal Navy happened to be endowed with 
it. Shows modern use of buildings, including the housing of an atomic reactor in one and the training of 
young women as naval officers in another. Shows officers at dinner in "the painted hall," visits the 
officers' "disco" in the cellar. Visits the Royal Observatory and commenLs on Greenwich time. Shows 
the Cutty Sark and the Gypsy Moth in drydock, includes historical footage of the knighting of Sir 
Francis Chichester, (thtv; bon) 

A PLACE IN HISTORY: IRONBRIDGE 

h-c-a 27 minutes 83840 color: $18. 75 

Takes viewers on a conducted tour of a "most important area of industrial archaeology," the region in 
Shropshire, north of Worcester, which was the richest place in England for minerals in the 1700's, and 
the cradle of the industrial revolution. Great areas of smelting, forging and inventing gave the 
community an iron works (which cast its famous bridge) a china works, a tile works. Shows ingenious 
solutions to various engineering problems, and gives instructions for building Britain's one-man circular 
boat, the coracle, (thtv; bon) 

A PLACE IN HISTORY: NORWICH 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83836 color:$18.75 

Examines traditions and characteristics of the community, some owing to its proximity to the Dutch and 



64 / A PLACE IN HISTORY: NORWICH 



Flemish, many of whom came early to settle here. The city inherited their tastes in architecture, their 
devout puntanism, their nonconformity. Discusses their efforts to solve the problem of allowing 
commercial expansion while preserving Medieval atmosphere. No city outside London has so many or 
such beautiful churches, but many of the buildings are now devoted to other purposes. Interviews the 
director of the famous Maddermarket Theater, shows samples of the Norwich school of painting, (thtv; 
bon) 

A PLACE IN HISTORY: ST. BARTHOLOMEWS HOSPITAL 

h-c-a 27 minutes 83838 color:$18.75 

Presents an overview of the various elements which comprise London's primary city hospital, an 
internationally famous research and teaching medical center, serving only the poor and the day-time 
population of London. Using clinical settings which feature staff, patients, and facilities, host Richard 
Gordon describes the programs, achievements and functions of the hospital, known as "Bart's." 
Stresses the melding of the hospital's royalist tradition and historical significance with modern science 
and impersonal progress by relating vingettes from Bart's illustrious past. (William Harvey discovered 
the circulation of blood here.) Provides a geographical and political perspective for an institution which 
has survived the Reformation, the plague, and London's great fire, (thtv; bon) 

A PLACE IN HISTORY: ST DAVID'S 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83835 color:$ 18.75 

Explores the spectacular countryside of southwestern Wales, by following St. David's pilgrimage route 
along the rocky coast with host narrator Wynford Vaughn Thomas, who recounts the historical 
highlights of areas along the route and of the lives and legends of the patron saints of Wales, and of St. 
David in particular. Features local color and customs, including a Welsh drinking song, (thtv; bon) 

A PLACE IN HISTORY: THE ENGLISH CHANNEL 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83841 color: $18. 75 

Reviews ways in which the English Channel is responsible for British history and for some aspects of 
the British character. Gives the history of the channel itself: its most dangerous aspects, the perpetual 
lure to cross it, ways in which it has been crossed. Changeable weather and tidal conditions make it a 
dangerous place, and increased traffic after the steamship has complicated matters, as a speeded-up 
radar picture illustrates graphically. Includes a humorous British view of the French, characterizes the 
Bayeux tapestry as "the first comic strip." (thtv; bon) 

A PLACE IN HISTORY: THE ROYAL INSTITUTION 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83844 color:$ 18.75 

Reviews the tradition which has made of the Royal Institution a place for research and for the 
popularization of knowledge. The custom of a "Friday evening discourse" was begun in 1825 by Sir 
Humphrey Davy. Gives the history of the founding of the society (by an American who invented the 
pressure cooker); tells the story of Michael Faraday and his unusual career, including his role in the 
Royal Institution, designated "the most important building in the history of science." (thtv; bon) 

A PLACE IN HISTORY: THE TEMPLES 

h-c-a 27 minutes 83837 color:$ 18.75 

Introduces the ancient section of London which has become headquarters for the legal profession, 
telling how it transferred gradually from the monastic order of Knights Templar to the barristers, whom 
they admitted as tenants in the fourteenth century. Interviews barristers who comment on architectural 
styles, traditions and customs, and on their profession. Introduces the organist at the Temple Church, 
who tells about the world-famous choir. Films "call night," the graduation ceremonial at which newly 
qualified candidates are called to the bar. Interviews women who are among those candidates called. 
Host / narrator is Jeremy Thorpe, Member of Parliament, (thtv; bon) 

A PLACE IN HISTORY: THE UNIVERSITY OF ST. ANDREWS 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83839 color: $18. 75 

Presents views of the buildings and grounds of St. Andrews, the oldest university in Scotland and the 
third oldest in Great Britain, famous for the interesting combination of theology and golf since 1400. 
Located in a small, ancient and beautiful town, the university had at the time of the filming 3300 
students, of whom 180 were theology students. Traditions of the red gown, the bagpipe marching band, 
and Scottish dancing are featured. Includes fast-cut montages of residences and of sports typical of the 
area, and films a student discussion in a pub. Whimsically narrated by two British humorists, (thtv; 
bon) 

A PLACE IN HISTORY: WHITEHALL 

h-c-a 27 minutes 83833 color:$ 18.75 

Visits, with Lord Mancroft as host / narrator, the famous street in London which runs from the pubs of 
Charing Cross to the Houses of Parliament, giving the history of the famous buildings and monuments 
which line it, including the Ministry of Defense, the Banquet House, Dover House, the Treasury, the 
British Civil Service, the Foreign Office, and St. James Park, (thtv; bon) 

PLACE VALUE: ONES, TENS, HUNDREDS (SECOND EDITION) 

p 9 minutes 01217 color: $13.00 

An introduction to the concept of place values — ones, tens, and hundreds — is in order when Joe's 
Bakery receives a call for 326 cookies. Joe and his assistant learn to count in groups of ones, tens, and 
hundreds as the automatic cookie machine cranks out chocolate chip cookies. Animated. A 1979 
production, (c) 

THE PLANET EARTH: A SCIENTIFIC MODEL 

h-c-a 24 minutes 85119 color:$20.50 

Demonstrates the relativity of motion to point of view by placing both a camera and a pendulum on a 
children's merry-go-round. Reconstructs Foucault's classic pendulum experiment by hanging a pendulum 
on a cable 82 meters long from the dome of St. Paul's Cathedral in London. Extrapolates to the solar 
system, using a three-dimensional model. Emphasizes the necessity of the 'imaginative leap' required to 
get outside individual frames of reference. A 1978 production, (openu; mg) 



PLANTING FOR PLEASURE 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83676 color: $18. 

Introduces several varieties of annuals suitable for home gardens and for flower arranging. Gtv- 
instructions for soil preparation and seeding. Hostess-narrator Jean Taylor, flower arrange 
demonstrates use of cut flowers in arrangements. Includes conditioning, choosing a container, types 
holders, fitting the arrangement to the environment, (thtv; bon) 



PLANTS MAKE FOOD (SECOND EDITION) 

/-;' 13 minutes 57054 color:$13. 

Explains photosynthesis in simplified terms, using animation, photomicrography and live footage 
experiments. Shows how plants manufacture and store food explaining the roles of the plant par. 
sunlight, and chlorophyll. A 1981 production, (chu) 



I 



[PLATELETS AND VESSELS] (PLAQUETTES ET VAISSEAUX) 

c-a 12 minutes %" U-Matic K00042 color:$28.i 

Cassette Sale: $108. 
Describes and illustrates stress chemistry which results in the production of platelet agglutinizi 
agents, causative of clumping and eventually of thrombosis. Uses animation and electron microscopy! 
show the mechanisms, revealing the role of platelets in cerebral and coronary circulate* 
insufficiencies. Discusses preventive treatment with platelet inhibitors. A 1973 production, (jabo) 



PLAY IT SAFE ELECTRICALLY 

i-j-h 13 minutes 56815 color:$12 

Examines electrical dangers in the context of recreational activities, departing from the fact that a fc 
million dollar fire that destroyed 200 homes and much forest land in California was caused by a I 
caught in high wires. Covers kite and model plane flying, climbing trees and building tree hous 
playing in fields adjacent to high voltage areas, moving and sailing sailboats, fallen lines, appliances 
swimming pools. Note: preview before showing— dramatizes actual accidents. A 1978 producti t 
(bort; aol) 



THE PLOW THAT BROKE THE PLAINS 

j-h-c-a 30 minutes 



B 



fc 



85161 



color: $12 



A classic of the educational film genre showing the early environmentalist approach to the histor 
agricultural exploitation of the American plains. The text of the sound track is of nearly literary qua 
A 1936 production, (resa; fest) 



PLUS TIME SERVED (INSIGHT SERIES) 

h-c-a 25 minutes 85099 color: $11 

Dramatizes the intervention of a popular television newscaster in a prison riot — by request of 
prisoners. Attracted to him because he presents what he calls "The Human Side of the News," 
prisoners trust him and he negotiates an apparently successful settlement, only to have the warden 
back on his word. His courageous personal decision at this point signals the integration of the value 
had formerly been advocating without true understanding. A 1979 production, (paul) 



POETRY FOR PEOPLE WHO HATE POETRY: ABOUT WORDS 

j-h-c-a 16 minutes 56788 color:$1, 

Roger Steffens discusses words and dramatizes several poems to bring out how poets achieve eff« 
Uses contemporary poems illustrating the use of language to achieve surprise, humor, passion, pat 
Designed to motivate interest in poetry as a form of expression. A 1979 production, (sspf; chu) 



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POETRY FOR PEOPLE WHO HATE POETRY: E. E. CUMMINGS 

j-h-c-a 17 minutes 56787 color:$1 

Readings and interpretations by author / actor Roger Steffens enliven and clarify several verses of 
Cummings, including "Memorabilia," "In Just," and "I Thank You, God." A 1979 production, (sspf; 



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POETRY FOR PEOPLE WHO HATE POETRY: SHAKESPEARE 

j-h-c-a 12 minutes 56786 color:$1 

A re-creation of the elements of plot and character in contemporary idiom precedes and serves 
framework for a serious interpretive performance of Marc Antony's speech from Julius Caesar. Lee 
/ poet, actor / interpreter Roger Steffens has been turning classrooms around from hatin 
understanding poetry for a number of years. A 1979 production, (sspf; chu) 



POINTS OF VIEW: PERSPECTIVE AND PROJECTION (HISTORY OF MATHEMATK 

h-c-a 24 minutes 85 138 color:$2 

Illustrates perspective by means of the development of painting: medieval works, Duccio, Alt 
Leonardo da Vinci, Piero della Francesca, Diirer — and its reductio ad absurdum in the illusioi 
Maurits Escher. Analyses the principles of sections on a screen, showing that derived by Desar 
which bears his name. By means of computer animation, demonstrates that the theorem holds tn 
all positions. Features Professor Morris Kline of Courant Institute, New York. A 1975 produc 
(openu; mg) 



POISON IVY 

h-c-a 14 minutes 56658 color: $ 

The title represents the nickname of a 66-year-old lady with 4^% vision, who engages in jo( 
bowling, swimming, curling, cross-country skiing and carpentry. A character sketch, with intervie 
1979 production, (nfbc; pyr) 



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POISONS: EMERGENCY PROCEDURES (TO SAVE A LIFE SERIES) 

j-h-c-a 15 minutes 56966 color:$ 

Reviews ways accidents involving poison can occur. Teaches viewers to recognize signs of poisi 
what can be done safely to help. Covers ingestion, venomous bites, chemical spills, inhalation. Sti m 
prevention methods. A 1982 production, (mstf; eb) 



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THE PROMISE / 65 



ILAND'S INDUSTRIAL CENTRE 

26 minutes 



c-a 



84919 



color: $2 1.75 

Film sale:$390.00 

Cassette sale: $235.00 

|:dws social and economic development in the Katowice area ot southern Poland, with its massive 

icput of coal, coke and zinc. Coal mining is a highly mechanized, computerized operation; steel mills 

' ;l power stations service industry — textile mills, electrical engineering, automobile production and 

iisumer goods. Huge multistory apartment blocks attest to a comprehensive solution of the housing 

I'blem; new roads and a subway improve transportation. A forest protective belt includes park areas, 

:mming pools, amusements, cultural sites, rest homes, and sanatoria. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

ILICE OFFICER (FOURTH EDITION) 

-, ; 16 minutes 52496 color:$ 13.75 

Ventures of a Norwich terrier named Herman, lost, and found by the police, serve to inform young 

':. iwers about police training and typical police activities. Herman narrates the story of the day he 

.|nt 'helping' officers Carter and Smith, and tells what he learned that made him want to volunteer for 

t canine unit. A 1981 production, (eb) 

INIES OF MIKLAENGI 

;-/ 25 minutes 84712 color: $17.00 

"fin Iceland, a charming story of children, animals, courage and caring. Gumi and his sister Annie are 

prching for three lost sheep when there is an earthquake. How they care for each other and for 
;#ie's horse, which gives birth to a foal, constitutes the unusual story. Based on the children's book 

|.onzo Anderson. A 1979 production, (evgr with phpr; phpr) 

FPEYE THE SAILOR MEETS ALI BABA'S FORTY THIEVES 

.fneral 18 minutes 57038 color:$ 11.00 

Fows Popeye, Olive Oyl and Wimpy into the desert on a mission to stop the dastardly Ali Baba (a 
mfish Bluto in shiek's clothing). Classic cartoon comedy complete with spinach can. A 1937 

-fiiuction. (par; fest) 

PRKLIPS NOW 

,-c-a 22 minutes 56582 color: $17. 50 

Aitire on APOCALYPSE NOW, featuring William Gray as "Dullard," filmmaker Ernie Fosselius as a 

f nous Italian director." "Madman" Mertz, a renegade butcher whose low, low prices threaten the 

-Mcutters Protective, is pursued relentlessly through Chinatown by Dullard. A 1980 production, (efp; 

PIKY PIG'S FEAT 

terai 9 minutes 05049 b&W:$ 10.00 

f iliar characters Porky Pig and Daffy Duck team up to outwit an oversized, overbearing hotel 
mager. A 1942 production, (wb; fest) 

ilTRAIT OF GRANDPA DOC 

9'eral 28 minutes 84703 color:$19.00 

, ;|story of a young artist, preparing for his first one-man show, and of his mother, who learns, 
lugh that show, really to see her son. The key theme of his work is the seashore where his family 
It summers with their maternal grandparents. Flashbacks show how "Grandpa Doc" understood, 
■ waged, inspired this different, artistic grandchild, who now paints, as a memorial, the life they 
_Jled. A 1977 production, (phpr) 

SlTRAIT OF TWO ARTISTS (WERE YOU THERE SERIES) 

Va 28 minutes 85009 color:$22.75 

)mes life and works of two celebrated contemporary Black artists, Hughie Lee-Smith of New York 

_JfJacob Lawrence of Seattle. Smith's paintings are sometimes characterized as "semi-surrealist:" 
aiples are shown as he comments, and he is filmed in his studio and teaching his class at the New 
.ft Art Students' League. Lawrence works in many media: gouache, casein, enamel-on-steel. He is 

■ •'■viewed and representative works are shown, including animations from his children's book Harriet 

■'■'jthe Promised Land. From a biographic series on famous Black Americans subtitled "A Sepia 

• : Jbook." A 1981 production, (ngsa; befi) 

I3SITIVE APPROACH TO PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS 

jjjj 30 minutes 81704 b&w:$ 10.00 

,|:ts the role of staff attitude in patient behavior, emphasizing that attitude is the critical factor in 
;fing a therapeutic milieu. A 1955 production, (veta; apa) 

ST TRAUMATIC NEUROSIS] (LES NEVROSES POST-TRAUMATIQUES) 

48 minutes W U-Matic K00068 color: $33.00 

Cassette Sale: $432.00 
<nts the history of the formation of the theory of psychogenic nature of hysteria (Charcot, 1884). 
^sses contributing factors (compensation neurosis, the wish to return to a protected situation), 
ration from the family is known to aggravate the problem and is thought to be partly responsible 
lie high incidence among immigrants. Shows the possibility of curing hysteria in the young by 
Is of hypnosis. Examines several specific adult cases. A 1975 production, (jabo) 

POWER OF THE MARKET (FREE TO CHOOSE, [1]) 

a 58 minutes 2 reels 70592 color: $26. 50 

s convincingly, through the intellect of Milton Friedman, that capitalism's basic tenet of the 

itricted exchange of goods and services is that system which will best enable the poor to improve 

o'iillot. Emphasizes the interdependence of economic with political freedom, and the flaw in the 

...jJology of wage regulations (removal of incentive). Uses Hong Kong and other real examples. In the 

li; iiid half of the program, leading representatives of government and other scholars debate with 

wan his principal assertions. A 1979 production, (wqln/vida; pennc) 



THE POWERS OF THE PRESIDENCY: ARMED INTERVENTION 

j-h-c-a 23 minutes 56850 color: $17. 50 

Dramatizes an international conflict which requires the President to choose a course of action quickly, 
on the basis of changing and sometimes conflicting information. Reveals the governmental processes in 
play, leaving the decision to the viewer. A 1973 production, (bfa; ab) 

POW-WOW! 

general 16 minutes 56622 color: $16. 50 

Visits North American Indian meetings where tribal dances, crafts and skills are shown and their 
meaning commented on by members of the tribes being filmed. Featured are the Apache Fire Dance, the 
Gourd Dance, the War Dance, the Giveaway Dance and the Men's Fancy Dance. Studies the meanings 
that have come to be grouped around the term 'powwow.' A 1980 production, (hijc; cec) 

THE PRAIRIE (THIRD EDITION) (THE NATURAL SCIENCE SERIES) 

i-j-h 15 minutes 51859 color:$14.50 

A filmic study of the prairie ecosystem, showing the various life forms, (flora and fauna) and their 
interrelationships. Characterizes that part of the land in the rainshadow of the Rocky Mountains, and 
the more moist portion leading to the edge of the eastern hardwood forests. Shows prairie dogs, 
coyotes, insects, pronghorn, bison, birds and plants. A 1980 revision, (ab) 

PRAISE 

h-c-a 60 minutes 2 reels 70621 color: $29. 50 

Shows the gulf that separates Blacks and whites in South Africa, despite the efforts of well-intentioned 
white anti-apartheid activists. A white Englishwoman discovers an obviously intelligent black youngster 
on the streets of Johannesburg, and arranges for his schooling. He must struggle with the conflicting 
demands made on him by his white mentors and his black countrymen. Screenplay by Nadine Gordimer, 
based on her short story "Not for Publication." A 1982 production, (propr; tcul) 

PREPARING FOR COLLEGE 

h-c-a 20 minutes 56718 color:$12.50 

Presents student and faculty views of the principal problems in adjustment to college: admission and 
hovering parents, the impact of class size, the setting of priorities, self-discipline and the management 
of time. Uses interview technique with students from the University of Michigan; draws on the talents 
of Richard Moll, Dean of Admissions at the University of California Santa Cruz, who is the author of a 
book on the subject. A 1980 production, (cbs; crm / mcgh) 

PRETEND YOU'RE WEARING A BARREL 

h-c-a 10 minutes 04937 color:$ 12.00 
The title was the advice of a friend on how to drive a big truck. The question was asked by a petite 
divorcee, mother of five, who, when she needed a way to get off welfare, took a course in welding — 
even though the only opening was in the class that met at midnight. Now, happily employed at a 
Vancouver shipyard, she is shown at work and at home, telling her story. A 1978 production, (nfbc; 
phpr) 

PREVENTIVE DENTAL CARE 

general 15 minutes 57084 color:$ 13.50 

Clarifies, using models, charts, microscopic views and animation of bacteria, reasons and methods for 
oral hygiene. Demonstrates flossing, brushing. Recommends reducing and timing sugar intake, 
recognizing hidden sources of sugar. Comments on avoiding injury to teeth and gums; recommends 
regular dental examinations. A 1977 production, (pri; ffco) 

THE PRICE OF HUNGER 

h-c-a 21 minutes 57062 color:$ 17.00 

Asserts that every country currently grows enough food to feed its own population, if there were a way 
to circumvent the greed of the ruling class for the dollars and arms available from rich nations. Points 
out abuse of food aid in the reselling of aid packages destined for the starving, so that they continue 
to starve in spite of what are, so far, the best efforts to prevent it. Spotlights foreign industries which 
locate in underdeveloped countries: ultimately, this results only in exporting potential wealth. Examines 
the ecodevelopment program at the University of California, which aims at teaching gardening skills at 
family/community levels, as one way to try to remedy hunger. A 1982 production, (kesm; ab) 

PRIORY, THE ONLY HOME I'VE GOT 

c-a 30 minutes 84696 color: $20.00 

Filmed at Priory Hospital, one of Canada's finest extended care facilities, shows daily routines with 
patients, including the discussion of their feelings and problems. An extended care facility is for those 
patients requiring more attention than nursing homes or hospitals are able to provide. A 1978 
production, (nfbc; pyr) 

THE PRISONERS (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 22) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 64957 color:$ 19.00 

Film sale: $495.00 
Two captured American pilots tell their personal histories, commenting on their treatment by their 
captors. One of the two decided to make an anti-war statement while captive; the other did not. Each 
explains his thinking. Conveys the nature of the P.O.W. experience; shows that conflicting attitudes 
existed among the prisoners as well as at home. A 1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 

PROBING FOR THE SALE 

h-c-a 21 minutes 56828 color: $18. 50 

Demonstrates sales techniques in a clever inverse conversation: Art asks successful saleswoman Claire 
to tell him how she does it. She describes her method carefully, only to find that she has told him why 
she needs what he is selling: a computerized portable phone with a message screen.... A 1981 
production, (crm / mcgh) 

THE PROMISE 

general 17 minutes 56920 color:$15.75 

Dramatizes the learning of responsibility in the case of a ten-year-old girl who agrees to care tor the 



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guide dog of a blind neighbor while he is in the hospital. Easily bored with the routines, and anxious to 
get to her play, she negligently fails to secure the gate and the dog runs away. A new attitude emerges 
from the unhappy hours which precede the happy ending. A 1982 production, (sanci; ab) 

PSYCHIATRIC CONSULTATION WITH THE GERIATRIC NURSING HOME 

c-a 12 minutes 52575 b&w:$ 10.00 

Demonstrates how a consulting psychiatrist can help nursing staff in a geriatric care facility in 
instances of three typical problems: overidentification with patients, irritations of troublesome patients, 
and unrealistic expectations with regard to rehabilitating older patients. A 1969 production, (eemp; sps) 

PSYCHIATRIC DAY HOSPITAL IN A GENERAL HOSPITAL 

c-a 13 minutes 52577 b&w:$ 10.00 

Tours the psychiatric day hospital facilities of Hennepin County General Hospital in Minneapolis, 
showing the use of occupational therapy, sports, charades, psychodrama, music and videotapes. A 1969 
production, (wwmp; apa) 

THE PSYCHIC PARROT 

general 20 minutes 56986 color:$ 16.25 

Biting satire examines televiewing and the types of opinion it tends to produce. The Psychic Parrot, who 
has predicted all major events to date without error, announces that the world will end at midnight 
Friday. We spend the final week with Harriet and Fred, middle-aged apartment dwellers who experience 
their reactions and those of the world through the filter of the "tube." Combines animation and live 
footage for maximum impact. Several serious themes conveyed in hilarity. A 1977 production, (bbi; 
befi) 

PSYCHLING 

j-h-c-a 25 minutes 84765 color:$21.75 

A camera recording of the determined cross-country bicycle ride which turned an injured athlete into 
the holder of a world's record. 31-year-old John Marino, who, as a teenager, crushed a lower vertebra, 
wins over his pain, riding from Los Angeles to New York City in 12 days. A 1980 production, (crm / 
mcgh) 

[PSYCHOMOTOR STIMULATION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD] (ESSAI DE STIMULATION 
PSYCHOMOTRICE DANS LA PREMIERE ENFANCE) 

c-a 31 minutes %" U-Matic K00043 color:$3300 

Cassette Sale: $279.00 
Resumes results of findings in a series of experiments aimed at assisting muscular and postural 
development by planned exercises for four stages, stretching between the ages of four and fifteen 
months. Illustrates the nature of exercises for each age group. Gives statistical results for experimental 
and control groups, confirming significant differences and establishing stimulation as 'both a means of 
communication and a method of development.' A 1973 production, (jabo) 

[PSYCHOSOMATIC CYSTALGIA] (CYSTALGIES PSYCHOSOMATIQUES) 



c-a 



25 minutes %" U-Matic K00044 



color:$28.00 
Cassette Sale: $225.00 
Summarizes the debate over the psychosomatic nature of irritable bladder syndrome, accepted as a 
psychosomatic disorder in 1952. Shows initial urological screening tests, including cystoscopy and 
various tests for infection. Women describe their symptoms; it is noted that the onset of the disorder is 
often coincident with an emotional shock. Treatment after diagnosis depends on the doctor's 
psychological training and the capability of the patient. May include hydrotherapy, psychotherapy, 
relaxation training. Examines individual cases. A 1973 production, (jabo) 

PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT 



h-c-a 



21 minutes 



56895 color:$ 18.75 

Film sale:$3 15.00 
Cassette sale:$ 190.00 
Traces housing development in Sweden, showing that today's equal rights and high living standards 
were won only after a hard struggle. In the 1880's, working people lived in industrial slums or rural 
homes tied to jobs. By 1917, tenants' associations were gaining power, rent controls came in and 
government began subsidizing low-cost apartments. In the 1930's, cooperative housing associations 
began to build and control new dwellings. The film shows how today, old urban quarters are being 
upgraded in consultation with residents and without disrupting community life. A 1976 production. 
(unchs; ui) 

PUERTO RICO 

j-h-c-a 27 minutes H00009VC color: $2 1.50 

A mixture of Spanish, African and American cultures furnishes the atmosphere of locales on this 
historic island. Aerial photos show city and rain forest, the villas and beach scenes of Palma del Mar, 
old San Juan, and Ponce, on the Carribean shore. Spectator sports include cockfighting, and the famous 
local Arabian horses with the unique "paso fino" gait. Prices given, being those of production date, are 
not valid. %" U-Matic videocassette. '75 (?) (bon; heri) 

THE PUPPY'S GREAT ADVENTURE 

k-p-i 24 minutes 84599 color: $19. 50 

The further animated adventures of Petey the Puppy (The Puppy Who Wanted a Boy) — his master, an 
orphan named Tommy is adopted by a rich jeweler who does not like dogs. Left behind at the 
orphanage, Petey sets out to reclaim his master. An expensive diamond is his ticket into the family: 
Petey rescues it from burglars who steal it from the father's safe. A 1979 production, (c) 



[PYELONEPHRITIS] (LES PYELONEPHRITES) 

c-a 28 minutes W U-Matic 



K00069 



color: $28.00 
Cassette Sale: $252.00 
Lists symptoms indicating the presence of the disease and characteristics of diseased urine under 
laboratory analysis. Discusses potential causal factors including abuse of laxatives or of 
phenacetin-containing drugs. Danger zone for bacteria counts is graphed, and possible complications of 
chronic condition mentioned. Prolonged antibacterial treatment is recommended (up to a year), with 



X-ray examination to determine possible urological malformation or the presence of calculus. A | 
production, (jabo) 

THE PYGMIES: PEOPLE OF THE FOREST 

p-i-j 14 minutes 57005 color:$1i 

Presents activities typical of the daily life of this miniature people of the Itun Forest in Africa. Sh 
hut-building, hunting, food preparation, games, recreation and body-painting. A documentary reflec 
the admiration of explorer-naturalist Jean-Pierre Hallet. A 1975 production, (jph; eb) 

THE QASHQAI 

h-c-a 25 minutes 83672 color:$1, 

Accompanies the Qashqai, Persia's largest and oldest nomadic tribe, on one of its two annual joun 
to and from the mountains for grazing their animals. Shows tribal customs and dwellings, dress 
dance. Shows how the open air school is conducted for the children. A 1976 production, (thtv; bon 

QINGALIK AND THE SEA (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 

k-p 6 minutes 05037 color:$lM 

Qingalik, absorbed in his fishing, fails to notice the coming of spring, and is trapped on an ice floi , 
the floe melts, he remembers his father's instructions for making a sealskin boat, and saves him I 
Puppet animation. Available also in French under the title VICTOIRE SUR LA MER. A 1982 produc J 
(ancan; befi) 

QUANTUM THEORY: ELECTRONS AND PHOTONS 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84778 color:$2M 

Replicates and explains several key experiments basic to quantum theory: laser beams are shovf- 
produce diffraction rings when passed through randomly oriented gratings, electrons are shown 1 1 
the same when passed through graphite foil (wave behavior). Demonstrates the de Broglie relati'f 
wavelength, momentum, and Planck's constant, and shows electron-electron collisions in a bi j 
chamber (particle behavior). Recounts experiments at Warwick University showing that photon-ele i 
collisions conserve momentum in the same way as electron-electron collisions, according to til 
Broglie pattern, making a wave / particle behavior parallel. A 1979 production, (bbc / openu; umt'j 

QUANTUM THEORY: STANDING WAVES AND ENERGY LEVELS 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84779 color:$2m 

Demonstrates, with a length of rope, fundamental and second harmonic waves, in preparation 
parallel concepts involving standing probability waves (eigen waves) in confined electron beh.i 
Shows how the confining of an electron directly relates its eigen wave function to its energy 1 
Reviews how Farmelo described confined electron behavior in terms of probability waves. Discussi I 
four-stage "hammer-and-gong" principle which underlies the experimental technique of meas if 
energy levels of electrons, protons and neutrons. Shows the more complex machinery at the Univ % 
of Liverpool for measuring nuclear energy on the same principle. A 1979 production, (bbc / (ft 
umed) 

QUATERNIONS: A HERALD OF MODERN ALGEBRA (HISTORY OF MATHEMATK 

c-a 24 minutes 85139 color:$M 

Presents the life and work of William Hamilton, whose thought produced non-commutative al| 'a 
Master of nine ancient languages by the age of ten, he became interested in Euclid. When at sixti te 
saw the new textbooks for Trinity College in Dublin, he knew that his field was mathematics. F is 
already doing original work as an undergraduate student, and, prior to taking his final exam;* 
elected to the vacant chair in Astronomy at the University. He worked 15 years on the probl •* 
generalizing complex numbers to three dimensions. When he could envision a solution, he saw I 
led to four, and he coined the term quaternions. A 1975 production, (openu; mg) 

QUEBEC: THE FRENCH DISCONNECTION 

h-c-a 29 minutes 83898 color:$M 

Resumes the history of French / English relations in Canada's Quebec Province. Identifies caiJl' 1 
growing French separatist sentiments, explains the viewpoint of the 80% majority, assesses the ll ? 
on the British community and on the future of the province. Interviews Rene Leveque and a nun M 
Canadian citizens; includes scenes of community life in Quebec. A 1977 production, (thtv; bon) 1 



QUEST FOR BETTER LIVING 

h-c-a 19 minutes 



56896 



color:S 
Film sale:$'c 
Cassette sale:$ 
Stresses that 70 per cent of Nigerians still work the land, though oil is now the mainstay 
economy. Thousands flock to cities like Lagos, hoping vainly for well-paid jobs. Ill-equipped for j 
life, people recreate their villages in unsanitary shanty towns. While urban conditions are improv , 
film emphasizes plans to reverse rural exodus by developing cooperative agricultural settlement! 
as the model town at Kainji with its hydroelectric dam and modern irrigation system. t\ 
production, (unchs; ui) 

QUICK TAKES SERIES see: 

ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER 
CHARLY 

DUEL IN THE SUN 
JUNIOR BONNER 
(abc) 



RADIOISOTOPES (CHEM 101) 

16 minutes %" U-Matic 



c-a 



CO0 142 



color: 
Cassette Sale: $ 
A series of narrated demonstrations and experiments define radioactivity, show how it is measu 
a Geiger counter, and show that common materials like gas mantles for lanterns give off 
radiation. Allows the student to take data on the kinetics of radioactive decay by displaying the 
well as counts per minute. Uses radioactive tracers to find a buried object and to measure thf 
liquid flow through a tube. A 1981 production, (ui) 



THE REFORMATION (REVISED) / 67 



HE RAG TAG CHAMPS 

-( 48 minutes 90371 color: $25.00 

' -esents a courageous story of a young Black growing, against a background ot sports, school, and 

mily dilemmas. Jake lives with his Uncle Lenny, a former baseball player who works as a musician. 

i ike's baseball team needs a coach, Jake's attendance record at school needs improving, and Uncle 

:nny needs a place to rehearse. The ideal place is a warehouse that belongs to the sponsor of the rival 

iiseball team. How these elements are worked together by Jake's humane priorities is an inspiring 

ory. From the ABC Weekend Special Series, based on the novel Jake, by Alfred Slate, and starring 

-irry B. Scott as Jake. A 1978 production, (abc) 

AILS ACROSS THE SUMMIT: THE CUMBRES AND TOLTEC SCENIC RAILROAD 
M-c-a 28 minutes 85053 color: $17. 75 

ternates old stills with present scenes, presenting two types of operative life for the 67 miles of 
ii irrow-gauge track through the Cumbres pass, at 10,000 feet, stretching from Alamosa to Durango. 
-irchased by the states of New Mexico and Colorado when abandoned by commercial interests in 1967, 

became a 'scenic railroad' — a tourist attraction and an object of historic preservation. A 1976 

oduction. (marlo; mcfi) 

RAINY DAY 

c-a 36 minutes 90332 color:$2000 

len a famous television actress returns home from her father's funeral, a rainy day calls forth 
-ildhood memories. In the course of a probing conversation that afternoon, the mother admits: "I 

»ays loved rainy days better than any other time because I'd have you all to myself!" The discussion 
;; reals the strict, disciplinarian nature of the mother and the easygoing manner of the father who 
, couraged childhood fantasies. The daughter finally comes to accept the part her overprotective 
. ither played in shaping her personality, although it made childhood a time of turmoil and 

Happiness. Winner of CINE Golden Eagle and First Prize, USA Film Festival. A 1977 production, (afi; 



1NGELANDS: AN AMERICAN HERITAGE 

-c-a 24 minutes 85167 color:$ 10.00 

—amines the five-state area which constitues most of America's rangelands, giving the history, 
iractenstics and critical importance, to the nation, of this area. Spotlights the role of range 
: nagement techniques in preserving and enhancing the value of the land, both as an economic 
,',. ource and as a 'people refuge.' A 1978 production, (mfpr; pdil) 

NGELANDS: THE SILENT RESOURCE 

:-a 23 minutes 85188 color:$ 10.00 

/lews changes wrought by careless use of rangelands. Describes the importance of properly 

viintained ground cover on what constitutes 44% of earth's surface. Shows how to determine range 

pacify and health for choosing methods. Discusses management concepts such as resting grass by 

ution grazing, introducing special grasses for soil restoration, burning, chemical control of species, 

— *:rseedling. A 1979 production, (mfpr; pdil) 

llJIONAL SUICIDE 

%a 15 minutes 57101 color:$ 14.00 

sents arguments of some who believe suicide can be considered logically justifiable under certain 
,' ; ^umstances, and that it is wrong to prevent/right to assist. Includes an interview with British 
, : , rnalist Derek Humphrey, author of lean's Way, who assisted his wife Jean, diagnosed as having a 
. jninal illness, in her plan to take her own life. The opposite point of view is represented by Dame 
' ;| '|ily Saunders, founder of the Hospice movement. Interviews also members of organizations dedicated 
ssisting suicides. A 1981 production, (cbs; cal) 

"IfMOND LOEWY: FATHER OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 

a 15 minutes 56835 color: $14.00 

ps works by the giant of the profession, whose designs are incredible in number and variety, 
fining 70 years: logos for Exxon, International Harvester and the U.S. Post Office: bottles for Coca 
! ' ji, buses for Greyhound; the 1947 Studebaker, which revolutionized car design, the 1961 classic 

ti; interiors for Air Force 1 and Skylab. Interviews Loewy, who tells what he considers to be the 
,ients of good design, what he feels were his most challenging assignments, why he refused some 

missions. Produced for CBS News "60 Minutes" in 1979. (cbs; cal) 

CHING OUT 

13 minutes 05062 color:$ 13.75 

nines difficulties of special students involved in mainstreaming, in gaining acceptance in a new 
iol. Focuses on a ten-year-old who has trouble walking, and on a deaf girl. A 1981 production. 
)e; wdp) 



1 llDING IS... 

25 minutes 85200 color:$20.00 

a dramatic plot-frame involving a 'bookworm,' the new girl next door whose older brother has 
emia, an English course, and books by J.R. Tolkien and Madeleine L'Engle. The new girl does not 
rstand why anyone would like to read, until by being required to read A Wrinkle in Time, she 
Ives her own problem of attitude toward her brother's illness. A 1983 production, (ab) 



DING SELF-IMPROVEMENT: COMPETENCY SKILLS 

12 minutes 56573 color: $13. 50 

ifies the maior areas of reading in which practice can lead to self improvement. Defines and 
ains basic reading skills — word recognition, word understanding and vocabulary building, 
irehension, interpretation, and adjustment of reading speed. Replaces Reading Improvement: 
«ni the Good Reader. A 1979 production, (doco; c) 



DING SELF-IMPROVEMENT: COMPREHENSION 

13 minutes 56543 color:$ 15.00 

es how to recognize basic structural patterns of sentences and paragraphs, and to outline what is 
to organize and remember ideas. Emphasis is placed on the function of phrases, sentences, and 



paragraphs — and the clues they provide for locating the mam idea. Replaces Reading Improvement: 
Comprehension Skills. A 1979 production, (doco; c) 

READING SELF-IMPROVEMENT: INTERPRETATION 

i-j-h 13 minutes 56575 color:$14.50 

Deals with ways to evaluate and question reading material. Encourages the recognition of unstated 
messages and an awareness of connotative meanings of words. Provides practice in identifying 
assumptions and inferences, figures of speech — and reading between the lines to determine the 
author's purpose. Discusses the importance of reading critically to interpret the unstated level of 
meaning and of making judgements about the reliability of the source. A 1979 production, (doco; c) 

READING SELF-IMPROVEMENT: VARIABLE SPEEDS 

i-j-h 14 minutes 56546 color:$ 15.00 

Stresses the importance of achieving flexibility in reading speed and determines appropriate reading 
speeds according to the purpose for which the material is being read. Investigates various methods for 
achieving the proper balance between reading speed and understanding. Replaces Reading Improvement: 
Effective Speeds. A 1979 production, (doco; c) 

READING SELF-IMPROVEMENT: WORD RECOGNITION 

i-j-h 11 minutes 56574 color:$13.50 

Highlights reading exercises that improve word recognition skills. Explains the use of context clues to 
recognize words that are known by sound but not by sight. Other aids to basic recognition skills include 
analyzing troublesome words by phonetic structure and syllabication, and using the dictionary for 
pronunciation and meaning. Replaces Reading Improvement: Word Recognition Skills. A 1979 
production, (doco; c) 

READING SELF-IMPROVEMENT: WORD UNDERSTANDING 

i-j-h 14 minutes 56572 color: $14. 50 

Offers methods to determine the meaning of words and build up the vocabulary. Demonstrates that 
some words can be understood from context clues, such as definition, restatement, examples, or 
contrast. Illustrates how breaking down compound words and identifying prefixes and suffixes may help 
determine the meaning of new words. Replaces Reading Improvement: Vocabulary Skills. A 1979 
production, (doco; c) 



REBIRTH OF A CITY 

h-c-a 13 minutes 



56897 



color:$14.75 
Film sale:$ 195.00 
Cassette sale: $120.00 
Describes a popular movement to restore, renovate and reorganize Manila, the Philippines. 
Municipalities were integrated into one central administration. With citizen cooperation, sanitation, 
sewage and garbage disposal systems were improved and modernized and traffic flow regulated. Slums 
were cleaned up and many inhabitants resettled in rural areas as part of a redevelopment program to 
redress the balance between city and rural life. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

RECONSTRUCTION OF RURAL SETTLEMENTS 

h-c-a 17 minutes 56898 color:$ 16.50 

Film sale:$255.00 
Cassette sale:$ 155.00 
Provides information that much of Greece is prone to landslides and earthquakes; many thousands of 
homes have been destroyed and whole villages wiped out. In rebuilding, the Greeks try to relocate 
damaged settlements on safer sites, preserve traditional architecture while upgrading infrastructure and 
domestic amenities, and build tremor-resistant structures. Examples of successful reconstruction 
include the island of Santormi, but the film also shows mistakes, such as ugly new villages built with no 
consideration of people's needs, and consequently spurned by them. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

[RECONSTRUCTIVE BILIARY SURGERY IN THE ZONE OF CONVERGENCE OF THE 
HEPATIC DUCTS] (CHIRURGIE BILIAIRE REPARATRICE DANS LA ZONE DE 
CONVERGENCE DES CANAUX HEPATIQUES) 

c-a 25 minutes %" U-Matic K00045 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $225.00 
Structure of the liver is shown diagrammatically and with X-ray. Various types of problems are 
identified. Three surgical operations are shown: a jejeunal anastemosis, a missing right duct, and 
lesions of the biliary tract. Diagnosis of the latter by colangiography is demonstrated. A 1969 
production, (jabo) 

RECOURSE FOR THE CONSUMER 

j-h 18 minutes ' 50870 color:$ 17.00 

"Mouse" Mousselman buys an expensive pair of blue jeans which turns out to have a defective zipper. 
In trying to discover what he can do about it, he learns how to deal with clerks, managers, lawyers, 
small claims courts, and company presidents. A 1981 production, (cec) 

THE REFERENCE SECTION 

i-j 22 minutes 56664 color: $ 17.00 

When Glenn goes to the library to get material for a report, he doesn't expect to be threatened by a 
'tough' group of classmates — or rescued by a 'talking almanac' Teaches use of seven or eight main 
reference tools. Uses object animation for the talking books. A 1980 production, (roun; ab) 

THE REFORMATION (REVISED) 

j-h-c 14 minutes 51895 color:$14.50 

Summarizes the significant causes, events, personalities, and consequences of the Reformation. The 
Reformation is put in the context of Renaissance culture, the emergence of national states, new 
interpretations of the Scriptures, and Martin Luther's challenge to papal authority. Paintings, 
manuscripts, and period costumes are used in the study of a complex historical subject. A 1979 
production, (c) 



68 / REGIONAL FUNDS FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT 



REGIONAL FUNDS FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT 

h-c-a 16 minutes 56899 color:$ 16.00 

Film sale: $240. 00 
Cassette sale: $145. 00 
Identifies Regional Funds lor Rural Development (FRAR) as a comprehensive scheme to correct an 
imbalance in development and opportunities in the Ivory Coast. Too many villages lack basic amenities, 
like potable water. There is too great a concentration of industry and agriculture in the Abidjan area. 
FRAR is financed by state and private interests, administered in six regions through a network of 
central towns and satellite villages. Major projects include well-digging, sanitation, health and welfare 
facilities, new housing and agricultural development. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

REHABILITATION OF THE LONG-STAY MENTAL PATIENT 

c-a 40 minutes 81719 color:$10.00 

Documents the use of intensive activity therapy for chronic patients in the De la Pole Hospital in 
Willerby, England. Shows a full and varied program of crafts, sports, study and socializing. A 1962 
production, (apa) 

REINFORCEMENT THERAPY 

c-a 45 minutes 90072 b&w:$ 10.00 

Shows how the learning theory of operant conditioning is applied to behavior modification in three 
groups: mentally disturbed children, mentally disturbed adults, and mentally retarded children. A 1966 
production, (skfr; apa) 

REMEMBER ME 

c-a 10 minutes 05061 color:$ 14.00 

Portrays the customer as forgotten man, in an auto repair shop, a bank, a super market, a clothing 
store, an office, an airport, and a hotel. Shows his quiet revenge in not recommending the places in 
which he has been badly served or ignored. A 1981 production, (crm/mcgh) 

REMEMBER ME 

general 15 minutes 56676 color:$ 13.50 

Presents underprivileged children of the Middle East, Asia and the American continents, and examines 
the effects of harsh physical and social environments on their lives. Narrated by Dick Cavett. Academy 
Award nominee. A 1980 production. (dyp;pyr) 

REMEMBER STRABANE 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83668 color:$ 18.75 

Reviews and documents the extensive human cost (drug dependence, alcoholism, mental illness, 
physical incapacitation and poverty) caused by the Protestant / Catholic violence in the once friendly 
little Northern Ireland border town of Strabane. Reduced to rubble and suffering from the pervasive 
fears of hatred, retribution, murder, torture, shock and destruction, the town and those residents who 
remain continue to be victimized by the Irish Republican Army, whose purpose is to hold the town 
hostage in order to extract more concessions from the British government. Analyzes the geographical, 
political and social consequences of life in a town under siege in the 1970's. A 1974 production, (thtv; 
bon) 

REMEMBERING WINSOR McCAY 

j-h-c-a 20 minutes 56648 color:$ 16.00 

A documentary about the career and personality of one of America's early animators, the inventor of 
"Gertie the Dinosaur," Winsor McCay. Includes footage for GERTIE THE DINOSAUR from 1914, from 
SINKING OF THE LUSITANIA (1918), and the rare hand-colored version of LITTLE NEMO (1911). A film 
by John Canemaker, produced in 1978. (phpr) 

REMOTIVATION: A NEW TECHNIQUE FOR THE PSYCHIATRIC AIDE 

c-a 24 minutes 81739 b&w:$ 10.00 

Describes and illustrates the 'remotivation technique' developed by Dorothy Hoskins Smith for 
increasing a withdrawn patient's appreciation of his environment, and heightening his activity in it. A 
1958 production, (skfr; apa) 

RENARD ET OURS (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 

k-p 6 minutes 05039 color:$ 10.50 

Ibik loves to sleep, and Grandmother's tales come to life in his dreams: this one reenacts the way the 
fox tricked the polar bear, causing him to lose his beautiful tail, and the bear's revenge when the fox 
has caught his dinner. Available also in English under the title FOX AND BEAR. Puppet animation. A 
1982 production, (ancan; befi) 

RENDERER: RECYCLING FOR A BETTER TOMORROW 

h-c-a 15 minutes 55703 color:$ 18.00 

Defines rendering and discusses the role of the rendering industry in lowering food costs, improving 
public health, and furnishing the world market with by-products of what would otherwise be the waste 
of the food industry. A 1973 production, (kalbr; brow) 



RESCUE 

h-c-a 



18 minutes 



56901 



color: $ 17.75 
Film sale:$270.00 
Cassette sale:$ 165.00 
Presents a semi-dramatized documentary about the resettlement of nomads following the drought of 
1975 in northern Somalia. Mohammed sends his son, age 12, to the capital, Mogadishu, to find work; 
later Mohammed and the rest of his family are resettled in the southern fishing village of Brava. 
Mohammed and other nomads, previously camelherders, learn to be fishermen. In the city, the son, 
along with other street urchins, is rounded up for education and rehabilitation at a revolutionary youth 
camp. The film emphasizes positive action in resettling nomads into new and productive lives. A 1976 
production, (unchs; ui) 



RESCUE PARTY 

general 20 minutes 56922 color:$n\ 

Weaves a science fantasy on the theme of the ultimate future of mankind: aware that the sun is al 
to explode, a space ship of aliens' heads for planet earth with the idea of rescuing its inhabitants. 1 
find earth deserted, and remnants of its population emigrating in a makeshift space fleet. Featur 
debate on the wisdom of rescuing a people who may be dangerous to other life forms. Based on a s 
by Arthur C. Clarke. A 1978 production, (bewi; ab) 

RESETTLEMENT OF ILLEGAL SQUATTERS IN PORT SUDAN TOWN 

h-c-a 12 minutes 56955 color:$1 

Film sale:$ 18 
Cassette sale:$ 10 
Shows how Port Sudan moved to solve the many serious problems caused by the fact that 7000 pc 
per year migrate to that city. Aided self-help programs produce the knowledge, tools and material 
improved, legal housing and water supply. Also covers plans for redevelopment of rural areas to 
the migrations. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

RESETTLEMENT OF THE BEDOUINS IN KUWAIT 

h-c-a 14 minutes 56902 color:$1 

Film sale: $21 
Cassette sale:$ 1c 
Contrasts the elegant urban modernity of Kuwait with shanty towns of Bedouin squatters; shows 
Bedouins are exchanging their ancient lifestyle for urban settlement. New townships of low-cost ho 
are being built, but even before squatters are resettled they receive a full range of amenities — f ■ 
care, education, food markets, pure water, and television. Transformation to the new life is come in 
with community integration through primary schools, vocational training, adult education t 
emancipated teaching for girls. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

RESOLVING CONFLICTS 

h-c-a 22 minutes 57102 color:$ : m 

Studies conflict, and its manifestations in various human environments, with a view to manas i: 
acceptably. Begins with a 'staged' conflict in a psychology class, after which students are encou « 
to verbalize their feelings with regard to the risk of intervention. Points out that conflict is basfe 
caring, and that if it can be traced to the actual issue cared about, resolution is made easier. A B2- ■ 
production, (crm/mcgh) 

THE RESTLESS SEA 

general 36 minutes 84889 color:$9^ 

Uses animation and live action to present the characteristics of water and of the bodies of water K 
surface of the earth. Much historical and scientific data is couched in simple terms, with illustn jn 
Shows earth's wind-system patterns, gulf stream patterns for entire globe. Uses time-lapse photo I 
to present the phenomenon of tides in the Bay of Fundy where the water level changes as mi «D 
sixty feet. Demonstrates core sampling of ocean bottoms and explains what is learned A 7! 
production, (wdp) 

RETURN OF THE ALLIES (VICTORY AT SEA #20) 

h-c-a 27 minutes 85190 b&w:i^t 

Introduces the story of the battles for the Phillipines with footage from 1941, in the calm bed W '" 
storm. Names of islands and beaches are read over background of the landing of Allied forces, < m 
carrier support, Kamikaze attacks, flamethrowers, tanks, and refugees. A 1952 production, (nt usk 
lucf) i-, 

RETURN TO MICHIGAN 

h-c-a 30 minutes 83865 color:',^- 

Reexamines results two years after the grievous error of 1976, when Michigan Chemical CgJjHI 
mistakenly sold, to the Michigan Farm Bureau, Firemaster rather than Nutrimaster chemicals, d inei 
to be added to cattle feed. Results were gross disfiguration in cattle and dangerous health prob si 
the human beings who ate the meat and drank the milk of the cows that were allowed to be 
market. Interviews with farmers and officials, and graphic footage of deformed cattle disci* 
devastating effects of this mix-up and the reluctance of government agencies to admit 
widespread nature of the problem. A 1978 production, (thtv; bon) 



I 



RHODESIA 

j-h-c-a 26 minutes H00021VC color: 

Geographically, Rhodesia is largely high plateau, (3 to 5000 feet above sea level) landlock 
containing Victoria Falls, and the largest man-made lake in Africa. Africa's difference appears ir 
of the ruins of Zimbabwe, of native & tribal art, of exotic local animals and birds; its similarity, 
of casino night life, and city streets built by those who were drawn there by the discovery V 
Narration gives hints for travellers, but prices, being those of production date, are not vajfc>i; 
U-Matic videocassette. '75 (?) (bon; heri) 

RIDIN' COOL TO SCHOOL 

k-p 15 minutes 56819 color. 

Three puppets, live-action photography, and a specially composed song emphasize rules for ridii 
on school buses. Covers three phases: getting to and waiting at the bus stop; boarding am 
getting off. A 1979 production, (bort; aol) 



RIGHT OUT OF HISTORY: THE MAKING OF JUDY CHICAGO'S DINNER PART\ 

c-a 75 minutes 90357 color \ 

Filmed over the five-year period of the creation of "The Dinner Party," records "the confl 
closeness, difficulties and joys.. .the innovative group processes of the over four hundred peoi 
struggled to bring it into existence. A 1980 production, (phpr) 

THE RINK 

general 19 minutes 56949 b & w \11. 

Charlie Chaplin's work is as a waiter; his recreation is as a skater. He creates hilarious havoc ctri 



hi 



RUN WILD, RUN FREE / 69 



I restaurant and at the rink, in a film so carefully performed and edited that it has been compared to 
fillet. A 1916 production, (mut; nfvc) 

4 

f VAN WINKLE 

meral 18 minutes 56849 color:$16.25 

%ents an illustrated version of Washington Irving's familiar story, using a series of paintings or 
;jred etchings designed and executed by William O'Donnell, with a voiceover reading of the story. A 
ilO production, (cbs; ab) 

I VAN WINKLE (THE FAMOUS ADVENTURES OF MR. MAGOO SERIES) 

%eral 24 minutes 85054 color:$16.75 

Imates a Magoo version of the Washington Irving classic, with Magoo as Rip. A 1964 production, 
'lap; mcfi) 



IE AND DECLINE OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE (REVISED) 

■c 19 minutes 50725 color: $15. 50 

es the development of Rome from its legendary founding in 753 B.C. to its formal endings: Western, 
;,|)76 A.D., and Eastern in 1453. Extends the scope of the original two films to encompass Rome's 
iy influences in Byzantium and in the Holy Roman Empire. Uses quotations from Roman historians, 
:esmen and orators. A 1980 production, (c) 



E RIVER 

leral 11 minutes 56981 color: $2 1.50 

iflows a Canadian river through spring to summer, from its source in the Rockies to its mouth in the 
A photographic essay accompanied by Smetana's symphonic poem "The Moldau." Non-narrative. A 
9 production, (louw; befi) 



E RIVER 

c-a 29 minutes 90382 b&w:$ 12.75 

ijfemi-poetic documentary on the Mississippi River and its valley, across the perspective of U.S. 
■mi ory. A classic of the educational genre. A 1937 production, (usfasa; fest) 



;:; 



ERS OF THE ROCKIES 

-a 15 minutes 56979 color:$ 15.00 

nines the roles of rivers and streams in the mountains: as agents of erosion, as habitat for wildlife, 
, lourishment for many forms of plant life. Among species shown are mountain lion, dipper, osprey, 
equin duck. A 1981 production, (karv; befi) 



ERS: THE WORK OF RUNNING WATER 

22 minutes 56824 color:$16.75 

lies the forms taken by water in its interaction with earth, beginning with small streams. Explains 
mechanisms of erosion, identifies erosional land forms. Examines the many ways in which running 
f affects human life, and ways in which man has learned to control and use its power. A 1981 
luction. (eb / agi; eb) 



ID TO SANTIAGO 

i-a 55 minutes 2 reels 70169color:$28.75 

bpws three young Britons who walk the ancient pilgrimage road to Saint James of Compostela, a 

•week walk from Jaca in the Pyrenees Mountains, through the Spanish countryside and the cities of 

;os and Leon. Narration gives the history and symbolism of the pilgrimage, medieval music adds a 

insion to the experience. A 1975 production, (thtv; bon) 



: ROARING SILENCE (MAN'S RELIGIOUS QUEST) 

«-a 24 minutes 85130 color: $20.50 

™ s the monastery of Tangboche in Nepal and its surrounding community. The title is one of the 

riptions of Nirvana, aim of the Buddhist spiritual quest. Conveys the feeling of the life of the 
J'liiunity (religious and secular) and something of the sense of what the monks are seeking in their 

ious practices. Filmed, written and edited by Peter Montagnon of BBC. A 1978 edition of a 1973 

uction. (openu; mg) 



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IKS AND MAGNETS 

a 25 minutes 84783 color: $20. 50 

onstrates measurement of earth's magnetic field in Iceland, and the effect of basalt rock on a 

, (l pass needle. Investigates how rock becomes magnetized (or demagnetized) by heating and cooling 

' its Curie temperature under the influence of earth's magnetic field. Shows interrelationships of 

ent-carrying conductors and magnets, revealing parallels in electrical and magnetic behaviors. 

onstrates the more sophisticated magnetometer analysis of lava cores, showing how paleomagnetic 
-fys have established the phenomenon of the reversal of earth's poles. A 1978 production, (bbc / 

u; umed) 



: ROCKY MOUNTAINS (REVISED EDITION) (THE NATURAL SCIENCE SERIES) 

17 minutes 51920 color: $15.00 

nic tour, history, and explanation of the continental divide and its ecosystem. Animation illustrates 

-^igical processes and weather systems, camera-work enhances with footage of beaver, moose, great 
ed owl, bald eagle, squirrels, hawks, bears, coyote, deer, elk, and other wildlife. River, meadow, 

orft and alpine terrain are represented. A 1980 revision, (ab) 



L OF THUNDER, HEAR MY CRY 

\a 110 minutes 3 reels 98932color:$35.75 

atization of the Newbery Award-winning novel by Mildred Taylor, one of the classic portrayals of 
Hack experience in America. Filmed on location in Mississippi and set in the 1930's, it recounts the 
jingeous stand of a Black family to keep home and land in spite of threats and criminal intent. Stars 
UHt|lia McNeil as Big Ma, Lark Ruffin as Cassie. A 1978 production, (toen; lea) 



ROLLER SKATING SAFETY 

general 15 minutes 56840 color:$ 14.00 

Skating and safety techniques for indoor and outdoor use of roller skates are explained and 
demonstrated by two young skaters. Covers skate adjustment, wheel types, safety gear: moving, 
stopping, turning, falling; selecting places to skate, skating etiquette, skating and the law. Includes 
demonstrations of extraordinary skill. A 1980 production, (chca; aims) 

ROMEO AND JULIET 

h-c-a 105 minutes 3 reels 90388 b&w:$53.00 

Filmed on the stage of Van Brugh Theatre in London, presents a dramatization of Shakespeare's play by 
the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. A 1966 production, (rada; crm) 



A ROOF FOR EVERYONE 

h-c-a 22 minutes 



56903 



color: $20.00 
Film sale:$330.00 
Cassette sale: $200. 00 
Shows that despite high-rise modernity, Kinshasa, Zaire, suffers from unplanned settlements on its city 
outskirts. Homes have been built in areas lacking infrastructure, causing serious erosion of sandy 
hillsides. A credit union invested in the Solonga 1000-home pilot project for low-income families; the 
result was adequate housing — but too expensive for the intended occupants. Other projects are 
catering to people's needs. The film also shows domestic scenes of families in new quarters. Housing 
development goes hand-in-hand with dispersal of a too-centralized industry, helping reduce rural exodus 
to cities. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

ROOSEVELT: HAIL TO THE CHIEF (LEADERS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: 
PORTRAITS OF POWER SERIES) 

h-c-a 24 minutes 84468 color:$ 18.00 

Focuses on Roosevelt's first two terms as president (1932 — 1940), emphasizing ways in which he 
used power. Includes his relationships with congress, the media, and the supreme court in inaugurating 
the processes necessary to the recovery of the economy as he envisioned it. Ends with his view of the 
then upcoming international crisis with Hitler. Narrated by Turner Catledge. A 1978 production, (nife / 
nyt; lea) 

ROOSEVELT: MANIPULATOR-IN-CHIEF (LEADERS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: 
PORTRAITS OF POWER SERIES) 

h-c-a 24 minutes 84471 color: $18. 00 

Begins at the point where Roosevelt starts to persuade America to be 'the great arsenal of democracy.' 
Covers the passing of the Lend-Lease Act, the final unification of the nation achieved by the Japanese 
attack on Pearl Harbor, Roosevelt's uses of his power in international negotiations at Tehran and Yalta. 
Summarizes his career as one of noble purposes, if not always of noble means. A 1978 production, 
(nife / nyt; lea) 

ROOT TWO: GEOMETRY OR ARITHMETIC? (HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS) 

c-a 24 minutes 85140 color:$20.50 

Demonstrates the difficulties inherent in using counting numbers for measuring lengths. Discusses the 
approaches to handling incommensurable magnitudes: how they were handled prior to the proportion 
theory is a matter of disagreement. The film presents one point of view, that no satisfactory way was 
known. Discusses the work of Eudoxus and that of Dedekind. Features Open University's David Fowler. 
A 1974 production, (openu; mg) 

ROUND ROBIN 

p-i-j 14 minutes 56982 color:$ 14.00 

Presents habits and behavior of Cock Robin (actually a British thrush) in his native haunts. Whimsical 
first person narration by the male bird follows his story through choosing and defending a territory, 
falling in love, building a nest, and all the duties that go with being a father. A 1980 production, (rspb; 
befi) 

ROYAL ALBATROSS 

h-c-a 32 minutes 84994 color: $2 1.25 

Films behavior and habitat of the royal albatross, on the site of the conservation proiect at Taiaroa in 
the south Pacific. Shows pair-bonding and parenting activities, including a case where part of the 
feeding must be done by a ranger when one of the pair is lost at sea. A 1981 production, (nznf; eb) 

RUBBER PLANTATION 

j-h-c-a 11 minutes 05001 color: $11.25 

Gives history and shows traditional methods of harvesting and processing rubber in Malaysia. Trees 
must be seven years old, and can be tapped for about 25 years. Tappers are paid by weight of 
collection, provided with housing and occasionally with utilities. Demonstrates use of acetic acid to 
separate rubber from water, the collection of rubber on metal sheets suspended in the liquid, and the 
drying and smoking of the sheets thus collected. Synthetic rubber, at first a threat to the industry, is 
no longer considered so because of high oil prices. A 1979 production, (lucf) 

RUBBISH TO RICHES 

i-j 11 minutes 04990 color: $11.75 

Looks into rubbish disposal: its cost, its problems under the "landfill" method, and alternatives which 
would save money, land and materials. Some waste products can be converted into fuel; others can be 
recycled. Emphasizes the importance of solving these problems, showing several successful recycling 
plants. A 1979 production, (linf; aims) 

RUN WILD, RUN FREE 

general 100 minutes 3 reels 98938color:$46.50 

In a setting on the English moors, a white colt succeeds in inspnng a deaf mute child with the 
self-confidence he so needs. Based on the novel The White Colt, by David Rook, the film stars John 
Mills, Sylvia Syms, and Mark Lester. A 1969 production. An edited version is available under the title 
PHILLIP AND THE WHITE COLT, (ca; tlf) 



70 / RUNAWAY 



RUNAWAY 

j-h-c-a 54 minutes 2 reels 70604 color:$27. 75 

Documents several stories of young runaways, ages 10-17, chosen from the two million yearly who run 
away or are 'thrown out' by their families. Sixty percent survive by prostitution. Filmed in city streets 
and runaway shelters throughout the United States, this documentary allows these young people to 
describe their life stories, situation, and attitudes in their own words. Alerts the young to the dangers 
of running away, and to resources available to them if they do. A 1980 production, (cappcc; mg) 

THE RUNAWAY PROBLEM (SECOND EDITION) 

j-h-c-a 12 minutes 56618 color: $15. 50 

Illustrates the use of the nationwide 'runaway hotline' by dramatizing actual stories. Between a million 
and a million and a half young people in this country are considered runaways. Presents the actualities 
of being on the street with no resources. A longer version is available under the same title. A 1980 
production, (mipr; cec) 

RUNOFF: LAND USE AND WATER QUALITY 

h-c-a 21 minutes 57098 color: $ 15.25 

Lists causes of topsoil runoff, shows analysis of runoff samples, and gives statistics on results: 
200,000 pounds of lead a year from San Francisco enters its bay, and 12,000 pounds of mercury flow 
from Washington into the Potomac River. Enumerates known damage to the water system, and farming 
methods which are helping to diminish runoff. A 1978 production, (uwi; mcfi) 



RURAL HABITAT 



h-c-a 



14 minutes 



56904 



color: $15.25 
Film sale: $2 10. 00 
Cassette sale: $130. OO 
Depicts how migrant farmers are resettled on the Senegal River Delta, where irrigation means fertile 
land. Barren, windswept villages have slowed down development while eastern Senegal traditional 
settlements are more successful; African traditions merge with Christian and Moslem beliefs. This film 
shows difficulties with water and communications: wells are often sunk 80 meters, and rains wash out 
roads. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

RURAL TO URBAN MIGRATION - FIVE EXAMPLES 

h-c-a 19 minutes 56905 color: $18. 00 

Film sale: $285.00 
Cassette sale: $175.00 
Rural development projects in Botswana are overcoming some familiar problems — no roads, no 
electricity, water shortage, inadequate health and school facilities — by providing basic physical and 
social infrastructure plus inducements to people to remain in their villages and help develop them. The 
brigade movement in Serowe provides craft and technical training, home-building and new opportunities 
for school-leavers. Programs in other centers include textile and weaving cooperatives, a tannery, 
phone and electricity installations, vegetable gardens, and building, brickmaking and forestry. A 1976 
production, (unchs; ui) 

THE RUSSIANS: PEOPLE OF INFLUENCE 

h-c-a 30 minutes 84834 color:$18.75 

Describes the milieu around and immediately above the Russian worker: the three most important 
people are the director, the party chairman, and the trade union representative. Describes the 
negotiation of five-year quota plans, the keeping of records on workers. Features a lady party member 
who is a trade union representative in a light industry plant (refrigeration). Shows worker benefits 
such as sanatoria and kindergartens. A 1979 production, (fiau; lea) 

THE RUSSIANS: PEOPLE OF THE CITIES 

h-c-a 30 minutes 84835 color:$18.75 

Chooses ordinary citizens of contemporary Moscow, Odessa and Sochi to convey the flavor of Russian 
daily life. Working conditions, housing, transportation, education, recreation and culture in each city 
can be compared as they are fitted into the lives of a bus driver, a dock worker, and a doctor. A 1979 
production, (fiau; lea) 

THE RUSSIANS: PEOPLE OF THE COUNTRY 

h-c-a 30 minutes 84836 color:$18.75 

Visits three types of Russian farm: a small collective, an enormous collective, and a family on the 
Siberian frontier. Uses real Russian families and situations. The small collective is in Byelorussia; the 
50,000 acre collective in the Kuban. Shows ways in which Russia is moving toward industrialization of 
agriculture, improvement of housing and schools. A 1979 production, (fiau; lea) 

R x ATTITUDE 

c-a 18 minutes 52569 b&w:$ 10.00 

Studies how, in a hospital environment, the attitudes of hospital personnel toward patients and toward 
each other influence the behavior and thinking of patients. Shows how attitude can be used as a 
positive therapeutic force. A 1952 production, (veta; apa) 

S.T.C. CASE STUDY (COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS) 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84795 color:$20.50 

Examines the data system of a Standard Telephones and Cables factory. Relates importance of actual 
processes to the design of the data system. Shows role of the bill of materials, use of data models to 
describe product structures. Demonstrates diagramming bill-of materials sections for several products 
and subassemblies. Rationale for necessary record links is discussed. Demonstrates retrieval of 
component structure at several levels of assembly. Shows how to use the system to answer a question 
like, "If item number 250MP02 is not available, what products will be affected?" A 1978 production, 
(bbc / openu; umed) 

SADAT'S ETERNAL EGYPT 

j-h-c-a 45 minutes 90369 color:$24.25 

Gives an overview of Egypt's history and characteristics, showing places of historical, architectural, and 



artistic interest, with the added dimension of an intermittent conversation, filmed in the various s 
between Walter Cronkite and President Anwar Sadat. A 1980 production, (cbs; cal) 



SAEMAUL UNDONG - KOREA 

h-c-a 23 minutes 



84985 



color:$2 
Film saie:$34. 
Cassette sale: $20 
Describes benefits of cooperative community volunteer planning in rural areas of Korea, a movei 
known as "Saemaul Undong." Changes include more efficient mechanization of arable land, all-wet 
farming methods and off-season projects such as fish farming, seaweed, clam and oyster cultivatic 
1976 production, (unchs; ui) 






SAFE BICYCLING IN TRAFFIC 

j-h-c-a 19 minutes 51414 color: $1 

Designed for fairly experienced riders, treating the cyclist as a vehicle operator subject to the 
laws and protected by specific safety precautions. Reviews and demonstrates maneuvers designe 
protect the rider in heavy traffic, in situations involving unexpected errors on the part of motorists 
in group riding situations. A 1981 production, (isu; cec) 



SAFETY AND OPERATION OF FACEPLATE TURNING, PART 1 

j-h-c-a 8 minutes 04997 color: $1 

Describes preparation of a walnut block for turning into a shallow bowl. Demonstrates mounting 
backing block to avoid screw holes in the finished product. Gives tips for choice of proper cutting t 
hand holds, safety measures. A 1971 production, (epr / chca; aims) 



SAFETY AND OPERATION OF FACEPLATE TURNING, PART 2 

j-h-c-a 11 minutes 56843 color: $1 

Shows recommended speeds / diameters for maximum safety in use of lathe. Demonstrates moui 
cutting holds, measuring, testing depth of cut, sanding, finishing. Shows two finished walnut bom 
1971 production, (epr / chca; aims) 



SAFETY IN THE LABORATORY (CHEM 101) 

8 minutes W U-matic 



c-a 



CO0 108 



color: $'i 
Cassette Sale: $7 
Demonstrates, by narrating dramatized incidents (sometimes humorous), the importance of folli 
safety regulations in a chemistry laboratory, beginning with the necessity of wearing safety goj 
Proper operating procedures for the fire extinguishers, eye wash fountains, and safety shower- 
shown. Consequences of eating or smoking in the lab are described, and the need for proper cloth 
dramatically illustrated by a series of mishaps. Safe use of the bunsen burner and a safe methc 
smelling chemicals are demonstrated. A 1976 production, (ui) 



SAFETY ON OUR SCHOOL BUS (SECOND EDITION) 

p-i 13 minutes 56764 color: $: 

Introduces Homer, a school bus, who tells (voiceover over motion footage) all about himself ai 
driver, Tom. Homer shows how all his lights work and what the signals mean, tells youngsters h 
stay safe, and why each safety rule is important. Since it is the day of the school bus evacuation 
students are taught special, as well as regular, procedures. A 1980 production, (eb) 



SAHARA 

h-c-a 98 minutes 3 reels 98957 b & w:$> 

Re-creates the feel of the retreat from Tobruk, in an Allied group of mixed nationality who are si 
water— and occasions to discomfit Nazi troops. A 1943 production, (ca; fest) 



SAHARA FANTASIA: A DESERT FESTIVAL OF MOROCCO 

h-c-a 9 minutes 05089 color: $ 

Presents sights and sounds of the fantasia, a traditional event which combines the skills of mu; 
and horsemanship. Used as a spectator (as well as participant) sport, the fantasia constitutes ; 
of the moussem (a festival held by the nomadic tribes, which converge, for the purpose, in soi 
Morocco.) Also features dancing, scenes of the open air markets, and of the camp sites. A 
production, (iff) 



SAINT SOLEIL 

h-c-a 



\ 



18 minutes 



56906 



color:$ 
Film sale:$2 
Cassette sale:$1 
Explains how peasants and artisans become painters and sculptors in a unique social exper 
fostered by some Haitian artists at Soissons la Montagne. In the Saint Soleil project, villagers int 
art into their daily lives — in house decoration, wood carvings, toys, dolls, fabrics, painting 
sculpture. Paints are often made from earth and leaves. Combining their talents with dance and tf 
the villagers dramatize a local folk legend for the film. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



THE "SALARY MAN": JAPAN'S WHITE-COLLAR WORKER 

h-c-a 28 minutes 85177 color:$ 

Documents a typical day in the life of the average Japanese office worker. There are six million o 
in Tokyo, many of whom commute by bicycle to the suburbs. Discusses the several styles of lunc 
and after-hour activity, and shows preferred family amusements for weekends, (jafn) 



SALLY AND JAKE: THE PLAYGROUND 

i-j 12 minutes 55903 color.i 

Sally and Jake set off to mail a letter for Granny, and discover that something new has happened 
school. Their friend Harry the blacksmith won't tell them what it is, and their parents are too bi 
they set off to find out for themselves. Animated figures and voiceover narration work togel 
encourage children to look at things for themselves, because they are not always as they apt 
1975 production, (ssfl; bon) 



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SELF-HELP HOMES / 71 



LY AND JAKE: THE TREASURE HUNT 

12 minutes 55904 color: $10. 75 

Granny reads Treasure Island, Sally and Jake go to tell their friend Harry the blacksmith all about 
irry digs into his trunk and out of it come the necessary costumes to transform the three of them 
urates. They set out to find buried treasure, and much to the surprise of all, find more than they 
:t. Animated figures and voiceover narration point out to children how, with a little imagination 
irticles from around the house, there are always lots of things to do. A 1975 production, (ssfl; 



JT, MONTREAL (CONNAISSONS-NOUS SERIES) 

11 minutes 05010 color: $11. 75 

; viewers on a French language tour of Montreal. Couched in the framework of a group of four 
Jian inter-provincial exchange students and host families, gives opportunity to describe daily 
s and local historical and contemporary scenes in French of intermediate difficulty. A 1981 
isi iction. (cecil; befi) 



nal 25 minutes 84846 color:$ 19.00 

ays the life of a teen-age boy with cerebral palsy through his own experiences and thoughts, 
ng to be helpful, Sam tries to sell light bulbs. As he meets acceptance, rejection, cruelty, we 
jle with him to understand. Taken from the book Sam and His Cart by Arthur Honeyman. Features 
Constance as Sam. A 1981 production, (asfa; ab) 



- SAMI: FOUR LANDS, ONE PEOPLE 

•ral 24 minutes 84615 color:$20.00 

!' amera follows four Sami families, to present the lifestyles of herders, fishers and a few engaged in 
modern pursuits, to bring the flavor of life in northern Scandinavia to the viewer. Brings the 
Lapp culture vividly alive. A 1978 production, (nfbc; benf) 



HERDERS 

>ral 28 minutes 84881 color: $20. 25 

typical activities, over several seasons, in the daily life of the Mikkel Haette family. Haette is one 

I ) Samis involved in reindeer herding, across some of the northernmost territory of Europe. The 

r: oust be taken in winter where food is available, and returned in spring to open mountain pastures. 

iti| urney involves crossing a channel of northern waters, now easily accomplished because of a 

iment-provided ferry. A 1978 production, (nfbc; benf) 



k ) IN ART 

ral 12 minutes 57085 color:$12.75 

or Harold Ambellan has perfected a method for preserving relief designs done in sand. Shows how 
es, in the design, small boxes, rulers, angled tubes, wire, knitting needles, and, in the 
'i vation, plastic and glass fibers. This "negative image" can then be made positive with clay or 

s ftraditional sculptural materials and preserved. A 1981 production, (ffco) 

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SCARLET PIMPERNEL 

ral 95 minutes 3 reels 98965 b&W:$25.50 

ts an adventure classic based on the romantic novel by the Baroness Orczy, in which an English 
lan (played by Leslie Howard) leads the officials of the new French Republic a merry chase as he 
s from the guillotine French aristocrats imprisoned during the revolution. Also stars Raymond 
y, Nigel Bruce, and Merle Oberon. A 1935 production. (Ifpl; fest) 



— B1IOL FOR PLAYING (MAGPIE) 

26 minutes 83897 color: $18.25 

Menuhin, world-renowned violinist, views music as relaxation in action, or relaxation with a 

' e. At his school for gifted young musicians, he attempts to impart this philosophy to exceptional 
ers on the violin, cello, and piano. Emphasizes the need to recognize one's limits, the role of 

• :e, the role of music in life. An interesting approach to the musical talents of children. A 1975 
tion. (bon) 



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ICHHAG 

15 minutes 56907 color:$15.75 

Film sale:$225.00 
Cassette sale: $135. 00 
that the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan has few of the problems besetting other countries, 
fficient for food, inhabiting mountain villages, people lead lives based on traditional values. 
g is the basic industry; the film focuses on the resettlement of landless people. New settlers 
:i'Vhe jungle, reclaim soil, dig irrigation canals and build themselves traditional houses from local 
lis. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

— HKCIENCE OF MURDER 

57 minutes 2 reels 70527 color: $28. 50 

Us applications of scientific techniques to the solution of murder cases. Examines (through 
ws with murderers and specialists in forensic psychiarty) the motivations of murder. Includes 
ipg statistical analyses on murder in western society. Deplores the lack of trained personnel and 
ure to use, universally, those forensic techniques which have been perfected. Note: Preview 
showing: includes a forensic autopsy. Featured on television's NOVA Series. A 1981 production. 



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HAPPY DAFFY 

8 minutes 05046 b&W:$ 10.00 

n example of wartime propaganda as Daffy Duck, in his Civil Defense helmet, is transformed into 
merican to defend his scrap pile. The secret weapon against which his talent is matched is a 
at. A 1943 production, (wb; fest) 



SCUBA 

j-h-c-a 22 minutes 85056 color:$ 16.00 

Imparts instructions for scuba diving and safety by visiting classes at a training school for divers. 
Covers screening and training procedures, instruction in clearing masks, entering water, descending, 
equalizing pressure in internal body air chambers, ascending, potential dangers and rescue techniques. 
Divers are required to dive five or six times in a controlled environment even after achieving 
certification. A 1975 production, (naf; mcfi) 

A SEA IN THE CLOUDS 

j-h-c-a 21 minutes 57086 color:$ 15.75 

Resumes the history of Lake Tahoe, stressing the conflict between 'development' and conservation. 
Recounts the history of the early logging days, showing how the unbridled exploitation changed the area 
and led to the first growth of algae in the lake. Traces its recovery to the point of the new threat of 
overpopulation and pollution. An elderly native's reminiscences constitute parts of the narration. A 
1977 production, (ffco) 

SEABIRDS 

j-h-c-a 16 minutes 56996 color: $ 14.00 

Presents habits and behaviors of North Atlantic seabirds, familiar sights on British shores. Shows 
gannet, sandwich tern, shag, guillemot, razorbill, fulmer, kittywake, puffin, gull. U.S. release date 1982. 
(rspb; befi) 

SEARCHING FOR SOME LOVE AND CARE (GROWING UP, WITH SANDY 
OFFENHEIM) 

k-p-i-a 1 1 minutes 050 14 color:$ 1 1. 75 

Herbie explores his anger, confiding to his diary that his parents expect him to be grown up, but treat 
him as if he's little. Songs include "When I Get Mad, I Beat My Drum," "Faces, Faces," "I Forgot," 
"You and Me Time," and "It's So Nice to Have a Cuddle." A 1980 production, (pwti; befi) 

SEASONS: AUTUMN 

k-p 11 minutes 04911 color:$ 13.50 

Autumn leaves and harvesting on the farm, holidays we celebrate at that special time of year, ways we 
get ready for winter are discussed and explored for children, by children. A 1980 production, (cec) 

SEASONS: SPRING 

k-p 11 minutes 04915 color:$ 13.50 

Activities and changes characteristic of spring are investigated and enjoyed visually and described by 
children's voices. New leaves, baby animals, Easter celebrations and sports activities are included. A 
1980 production, (cec) 

SEASONS: SUMMER 

k-p 11 minutes 04918 color: $13. 50 

What summer means we can enjoy and see every year is described and discussed by children. Crop 
dusting and irrigation are work concepts explored, and recreation and fireworks play concepts. A 1980 
production, (cec) 

SEASONS: WINTER 

k-p 11 minutes 04916 color:$ 13.50 

Many things winter brings are explored, named, described and enjoyed, from what happens to trees and 
animals (migration, hibernation) to things people celebrate (Christmas, Hanukkah). A 1980 
production, (cec) 

SECURITY AND INTEGRITY (COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS) 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84839 color: $20. 50 

Examines insurance data base procedures at Blue Cross / Blue Shield, showing how the system 
safeguards against unauthorized disclosure and corruption of information. System software comprises 
three levels, with controls at each level governing access rights (terminal restrictions, codes and 
passwords, handling flags for special information classifications). Lists checks and corrections 
procedures that insure internal consistency and accuracy. A 1979 production, (bbc / openu; umed) 

SEEING THROUGH COMMERCIALS 

p-i-j 15 minutes 57109 color:$ 14.00 

Allows an actor dressed as a pirate for a cereal commercial to step out of his role and to demonstrate 
for young viewers how commercials make things look bigger, better, faster and more exciting than they 
really are. Covers the use of sound effects, special effects, and camera angles. Discloses real methods 
without the use of real products. A 1976 production, (vifi; ab) 

SELF SERVICE 

general 11 minutes 56646 color: $11.25 

An elaborate animated parable uses mosquitoes as chief characters in a transparently metaphoric jab 
at the human use of earth's resources. By casting a man in the role of the thing exploited, carries 
meanings at several levels. Brilliantly satirical. By the Italian animator Bruno Bozzetto. A 1979 
production, (bruno; fi) 



SELF-HELP HOMES 

h-c-a 15 minutes 



56957 



b&w:$15.75 
Film sale: $225. 00 
Cassette sale:$ 135.00 
Examines problems caused by overcrowding in Jamaica, and explains plans and procedures which were 
designed to allow the neediest inhabitants to get aid first, and to ensure preservation of trees and best 
features of building sites. Housing units first built had nine times as many applicants as units, so a 
point system was devised. Classes were held for residents, regarding their privileges and 
responsibilities. Cartooned texts explained do-it-yourself building procedures for new units. A 1976 
production, (unchs; ui) 



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SELF-HELP IN PORT LOKO 

h-c-a 13 minutes 



56958 



color:$ 14.75 
Film sale:$ 195.00 
Cassette sale:$ 11 7.00 
Presents the change a self-help program made in the hospital facility at Port Loko, Sierra Leone. 
Beginning with 100 bags of cement and $12.00, and food (but not wages) for volunteer help, the local 
population, including men, women and children, worked to help produce a new hospital facility. Includes 
"before" and "after" footage. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

THE SELFISH GIANT 

general 27 minutes 84608 color: $18. 50 

Oscar Wilde's classic fairytale comes to life in animation. A giant, returning to his castle, finds children 
in the garden, frightens them away and builds a wall to keep them out. Because he is so selfish, spring 
refuses to come to his garden. One morning the children discover a hole in the wall. They return, and 
spring with them. The giant resolves never to be selfish again. The giant's love for one child in 
particular becomes a Christian allegory. A 1972 production, (pott; pyr) 

SELLING: THE POWER OF CONFIDENCE 

c-a 18 minutes 57014 color: $18. 50 

Reviews the advantages of selling as a career. Analyzes what a person needs to know about himself, 
about people, and about selling, to succeed. Emphasizes the growing "consultant" role of salespeople, 
debunking the older stereotypes. Coaches in the "power-sharing" of a successful sales negotiation 
(avoidance of both begging and manipulating) and in ways to deal with yourself in the tendency to 
procrastinate making new contacts. A 1982 production, (roun; crm/mcgh) 

SELLING TO TOUGH CUSTOMERS 

h-c-a 23 minutes 84837 color:$ 19.00 

"Police line-up" forms a whimsical setting, in which a salesman is taught techniques for handling "the 
gang of four" tough customers: the complainer, the know-it-all, the indecisive, and the unresponsive. 
Examples include a self-analysis for changing your style to match the style of your customer: how to 
de-fuse worries and complaints, reduce anxiety, involve without pressure. A 1981 production, (crm / 
mcgh) 

SENTENCES: MANY WAYS TO BEGIN 

i-j-h 12 minutes 56696 color: $13. 25 

Demonstrates and dramatizes the function of variety in sentence structure: it is not even necessary to 
know parts of speech to appreciate this clear distinction between "dull" and "interesting." A 1981 
production, (cec) 

A SEPARATE PEACE 

j-h-c-a 46 minutes 2 reels 70547color:$22.25 

Dramatizes John Knowles' award-winning novel of competition, loyalty and betrayal amoung students at 
Phillips Exeter Academy during their prep school years. Centers on the narrator, Gene, and his best 
friend and roommate, Finny, who seems to have no flaws. This perfection brings out a jealous streak in 
Gene which results in an eventual tragedy. Filmed on location at the Academy, starring John Heyl as 
Finny, Parker Stevenson as Gene. Edited from the Paramount feature film, produced in 1972. (par; 
aims) 

SEJOUR EN FRANCE SERIES see: 

GUY DE MAUPASSANT: THE NECKLACE 
H. G. WELLS: THE MAGIC SHOP 
0. HENRY: THE GIFT OF THE MAGI 
WHAT IS A SHORT STORY? 
(sea and \km /onfb) 

SEX AND THE FOURTEEN-YEAR-OLD 

h-c-a 29 minutes 83802 color:$18.75 

Examines, with the help of a leading medical doctor in Britain, the problems attendant on the defects in 
social preparation for sexual responsibility. Examines the need for sex education and family planning, 
deplores the media encouragement to be sexually attractive without mention of responsibility, seeks a 
method of convincing parents and educators that fourteen-year-olds are not too young to learn about 
sex. Gives hints on answering their questions, and on specific problems that may emerge. Uses 
interviews with parents and adolescents. A 1975 production, (thtv; bon) 

SEXUAL ABUSE OF CHILDREN: AMERICA'S SECRET SHAME 

a 28 minutes 84885 color: $20. 25 

Gives specific information designed to help increase protection against this severe and increasingly 
frequent social problem. Interviews authorities in education and law enforcement, actual victims (now 
grown), and imprisoned child molesters. Reveals the distorted rationale, the "lures," the emotional 
damage. Narrator Peter Graves. A 1981 production, (tgl; aims) 

SHAFTING, COUPLING AND JOINING DEVICES (ENERGY CONVERSION, PRIME 
MOVERS AND TRANSACTIONAL SYSTEMS SERIES) 

h-c-a 18 minutes 56939 color:$ 15.50 

Defines functions and describes types of couplings, giving examples of each in system applications. 
Shows rigid, ribbed, flange, and the following flexible couplings: chain, gear, grid, disc, and elastomeric. 
Shows structures that accommodate misalignment, including the splmed slip shaft joint: distinguishes 
(by showing cross sections) hydraulic fluid and dry fluid couplings. A 1978 production, (geop; lucf) 

SHAKESPEARE AND HIS THEATRE 

h-c-a 55 minutes 2 reels 70262color:$28.75 

Takes the viewer on a grand tour of the world of Shakespeare, geographically and historically. Begins in 
Stratfordon-Avon, where almost two million tourists a year pay the tribute of a visit. Schoolboys are 
shown in the school Shakespeare attended, reading his plays. Gives considerable theater history, 
because much of the usual biographical detail is not available. Conjectural drawings and period music 
place the viewer in the London of the Globe Theatre, explaining how plays differed in their impact 



because of the arrangements under which they were presented. Shows structure of theater and st IS 
with machinery above and below. Explains how Shakespeare created his plays with famous actor L 
mind for the roles. A 1977 production, (thtv; bon) 



SHAKING THE FOUNDATIONS (HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS) 

c-a 22 minutes 85141 



color:$2( 



Quotes strikingly different reactions to set theory, from Poincare who considered it 'a disease' to 
Hilbert, who thought it "one of the most beautiful realizations of human activity." Professor ( 
Kilmister of the University of London traces the change in attitude. Discusses the work of Ga 
Dedekind, Frege, Cantor, giving the mathematical consequences as "two infinities; one countable 
1974 production, (openu; mg) 



SHANE 

general 60 minutes 2 reels 70548color:$2 

Dramatizes Jack Schaefer's best-selling novel, whose theme is the archetypal American hero of tlH 
west. Edited from the Paramount feature, which received six Academy Award nominations, it stars 
Ladd, Jean Arthur and Van Heflin. Producer-Director, George Stevens. A 1952 production, (par; airr * 

SHEET METAL WORKING: ADVANCED EQUIPMENT 

j-h-c-a 9 minutes 05002 color:$1 

Demonstrates, in the process of making a funnel from 16-gage metal, the proper use and sj 
precautions for the following equipment: floor shear, electric shears, Rotex turret punch, hatchet s 
a blowhorn stake, anvil horn, rotary machine. Uses an owl sculpture to demonstrate use of the he 2 
Beverly battery shear and the slip roll. A 1978 production, (tras / chca; aims) 

SHEET METAL WORKING: BASIC EQUIPMENT 

j-h-c-a 8 minutes 04993 color: $f 

Demonstrates basic tools and metal forming techniques in the construction of a dust pan from a 
square of 24-gage metal. Floor shear, bar folder, Cornice brake are demonstrated, with emphas 
safety procedures. Also shows the forming of boxes of various sizes on a box and pan brake. A 
production, (tras / chca; aims) 



SHELTER (THIRD EDITION) 



p-i 



10 minutes 



00196 



color: $} 



K 



An animated history and commentary on shelter and its uses. Shows how a house is built, h 
community grows and functions. Points out what the type of shelter tells about the people and 
tools, about their ways of solving problems. Suggests ways in which future shelters may differ 
those of today. A 1980 production, (eb) 



A SHELTER FOR ALL 

h-c-a 23 minutes 



84920 



color:$i: 
Film sale:$3< 
Cassette sale: $2 
Explains that during the past ten years the Kenyan government has been faced with the proble 
replacing slums with decent housing. A research and development unit at the University of N; 
coordinates plans for low-cost housing in Kenya's urban areas. As part of self-help housing schemi 
government builds part of the basic structure and each tenant is guided by a type of plan i 
involves people's initiative. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



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THE SHERLOCK IN YOUR HOLMES (IT'S LIFE) 

/'-/ 22 minutes 55584 color:$ 

Introduces biology by casting the biologist in the role of detective: an accurate observer who I 
how to follow a trail. Biologist / guide David Bellamy chooses a ten-point nature trail on Baker Sti 
London to prove to young people that there is lots of ready evidence and many conclusions to be 
about the nature of the environment. A 1976 production, (thtv; bon) 



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SHE'S A RAILROADER 

h-c-a 10 minutes 04927 color:$ 

The story of a Canadian National Railway yardman / trainman who is a lady. 21-year-old Karen A; 
longed for an alternative to an indoor job, and found it switching trains. A 1978 production, (nfb 

SHE'S NOBODY'S BABY: AMERICAN WOMEN IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 

h-c-a 55 minutes 2 reels 70579 color: $ 

Examines the conflicting advice American culture has offered women over the last 80 years, sti 
how it has shaped women in the ways they have accepted, rejected, or reacted. Lists outst; 
women, objects of admiration or controversy, whose personalities shaped feminine psych' 
reviewing biographies briefly. Shows propaganda films urging women to work during the war — 
urging them to go home afterward. Examines the portrayal of women on television. Summanz 
'turn' of the '70's which saw women rejecting advice and seeking new possibilities: enumi 
contemporary examples. Narrated by Mario Thomas, Alan Alda. A 1981 production, (msfw; abc) 

SHIKO MUNAKATA: MASTER OF THE WOOD-BLOCK PRINT 

h-c-a 32 minutes 85 183 color.i 

Reviews the life and works of Munakata, who died shortly after the film was made. Us< 
photographs as well as interviews and live footage of the master at work, designing, carvii 
printing. Includes many of his most famous prints. A 1975 production, (jafn) 



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[SHOCK] (LES ETATS DE CHOC) 

21 minutes %" U-Matic 



c-a 



K00046 



colom 

Cassette Sale: $1 
Defines shock and delineates characteristics of five distinguishable types, using animation. Ex; 
several actual cases including cirrhosis, acute congestive cardiac insufficiency, and pulrt 
embolism. Demonstrates use of hemodynamic equipment. Discusses therapeutic measures. I 
production (jabo) 



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SINGAPORE / 73 



HOCK OF THE NEW SERIES 
iert Hughes, Australian-born art critic for Time magazine, presents an 
jilytical study of the historial and social influences whose pervasive 
i>ence shaped painting and architecture in the period from 1840 to the 
lent. With a broad perspective, a sharp sensitivity and a still sharper wit, 
les turns the subject so that each facet gives off light. Produced over 

and 1980. (bbc / tlf / rmpm; tlf) 



K OF THE NEW, 1: THE MECHANICAL PARADISE 

52 minutes 2 reels 70504 color:$30.00 

the discoveries, inventions and theories which shattered the old ways of seeing the world, and 
how painters sought to illustrate these changes. Introduces early cubism as "an attempt to set 
world as a field of shifting relationships that include the onlooker. They were trying to paint a 
," Futurists, on the other hand, "set out to find an equivalent for the motion and speed they 
)ed in their cars." A 1979 production, (bbc / tlf / rmpm; tlf) 



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K OF THE NEW, 2: THE POWERS THAT BE 

a 52 minutes 2 reels 70505 color:$30.00 

res reactions to World War I, "the first industrialized, mass-produced death." Dadaism is 
)tit; ed as "art's parody of revolution." Constructivism is studied under Moholy-Nagy's definition, as 
icialism of vision." Includes a section on the architecture of Germany and Italy as expressive of 
rit that engendered the war; ends with a brief section on Tinguely's Swiss "machine-sculpture." 
production, (bbc / tlf / rmpm; tlf) 

K OF THE NEW, 3: THE LANDSCAPE OF PLEASURE 

? 52 minutes 2 reels 70506 color:$30.00 

ustrial revolution and its parallel political changes put leisure and its joys within reach of a 
lew class, the bourgeoisie, which wanted its portrait done as that of the aristocracy had been, 
jonded to, and reacted against, this patronage. Impressionism enjoyed the luxury of the longest 
I period Europe had known, and reflects that peace. As early as Seurat, however, there is the 
that the world view had become fragmented, atomized, to be re-ordered. Emphasizes the 
:e of Cezanne, Matisse, Picasso. A 1979 production, (bbc / tlf / rmpm; tlf) 



:. 



K OF THE NEW, 4: TROUBLE IN UTOPIA 

52 minutes 2 reels 70507 color:$30.00 

on architecture, tracing the reaction against the decorated and ostentatious as symbolic of 
ty, through Louis Sullivan and the "Chicago Style," through the Bauhaus, to end in a resounding 
nation of the "planned city" as a "ceremonial slum. ..miles of gerry-built platonic nowhere 
with Volkswagens." A 1980 production, (bbc / tlf / rmpm; tlf) 



K OF THE NEW, 5: THE THRESHOLD OF LIBERTY 

52 minutes 2 reels 70508 color:$30.00 

sm is presented as most concerned with the question of freedom, and most preoccupied with 
the unconscious for answers, seeing "the dreaming mind as the source of unlegislated truth." It 
ified as "less an art movement than a rebellion of the mind," whose evolution brought it to 
set out not to be: a style." A 1980 production, (bbc / tlf / rmpm; tlf) 



( OF THE NEW, 6: THE VIEW FROM THE EDGE 

52 minutes 2 reels 70509 color:$30.00 

as battle-ground, the world as an energy field, the face as mask, society as a sort of demonic 
I, woman as a source of terror — and for some, total madness, marked the growth of 
onism. A few escaped: Marc, Klee, Pollack. Ends with a study of Rothko and his preoccupation 
le and the contemplation of the void as a logical terminus of the movement. A 1979 production. 
If / rmpm; tlf) 



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[ OF THE NEW, 7: CULTURE AS NATURE 

52 minutes 2 reels 70510 color:$30.00 

the merger of art with advertising: "Nature has been replaced by the culture of congestion: 

"Z- I has replaced art." Gives examples from the work of Stuart Davis, Richard Hamilton, Andy 

[fnVRoy Lichtenstein, James Rosenquist. Ends with a discussion of the work of Claes Oldenberg, 

inking person's Walt Disney. ..the nearest equivalent to Picasso that America has produced." A 

oduction. (bbc / tlf / rmpm; tlf) 



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OF THE NEW, 8: THE FUTURE THAT WAS 

52 minutes 2 reels 70511 color:$30.00 

t had become an investment, it gave rise to the art museum as cultural idol, "an interlock 
new art, capital, real estate, education, misplaced piety and show biz." When art had become 
idity, it gave rise to the reactive creation of enormous sculptural assemblages in inaccessible 
etoy people who sought to "change the work's relation to the art stream as a system," and to 
art as a private experience. Attributes the demise of modernism to the fact that television has 
the mam generator of social symbols.. .in the age of the electronic fragment." Ends by 
\ that art will continue as "a person mediating in some way between a sense of history and an 
pe of the world." A 1979 production, (bbc / tlf / rmpm; tlf) 






HINE GIRL 

25 minutes 84603 color: $19. 50 

mipt to correct troubled young Sarah's behavior, her parents have sent her to spend a summer 
t Claudia whose refusal to give Sarah an allowance for household chores forces her to look for 
fen though the shoeshine man is the only one in town who will give her a job, she is negative 
Its his customers. When an accident prevents Al from working, Sarah manages to keep the 
pen and earns some money for him while gaining for herself a lesson about life and 
Based on the book by Clyde Robert Bulla. A 1979 production, (macd am/schol lor lea) 



A SHORT FILM ON SOLAR ENERGY 

j-h-c-a 10 minutes 04894 color:$ 13.00 
Roles of the sun — past, present and future — in relation to the earth and its inhabitants, are filmed 
and commented on. First, the sun's contribution, through the water cycle and the nourishment of 
plants, to evolution and the build-up of fossil fuels is delineated. An animated sequence follows, in 
which the problem of the unbridled consumption of fossil fuel energy is graphically pinpointed in an 
indirect (but not subtle) plea for conservation. A third section presents brief facts about solar 
collectors, photovoltaic cells, the advantages of solar over other types of energy sources, and the 
potential for future applications of solar energy. Academy Award nominee. A 1979 production, (wiwo; 
MO 

SIEGE (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 14) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84949 mixed:$ 19.00 

Film sale:$495.00 
Describes the siege of Khe Sanh and its effects. 3500 Marines, surrounded and under siege, struggle to 
hold Khe Sanh, considered by President Johnson to be critical to maintaining his Viet Nam Policy. 400 
air strikes daily (representing 1800 tons of bombs daily) were dropped in support of the troops during 
the 77-day siege. U.S. public opinion begins to question both the cost and the results, as American 
lournalists compare it to Dien Bien Phu. Many experts are now of the opinion that this operation was 
used by the communists to divert attention from the preparations they were making for the Tet 
offensive. U.S. military policy was in fact reversed by the results of this siege. A 1980 production, (itl / 
cineq; bon) 

SILENT SPEECH 

c-a 50 minutes 2 reels 70573 color: $27. 25 

Summarizes research of French biologist Hubert Montagner in the role of non-verbal communication in 
the personality formation of children, and in their exercise of aggression and leadership among their 
peers. Correlates child / mother behavior, shows parents how to improve what they communicate. A 
1977 production, (bbc; fi) 

THE SILENT WITNESS: AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE HOLY SHROUD OF TURIN 

h-c-a 55 minutes 70475 color: $29. 00 

Gives the history and documents the scientfic investigations regarding the shroud asserted to bear the 
image of Christ. Scientists who have used various techniques to clarify its origin, its nature, and its 
image, tell how they have used their scientific knowledge and to what conclusions it has led them. The 
intensity of crucifixion as a method is conveyed in split-second reversions to reenactment. A 1978 
production, (scrpro; pyr) 

THE SILICON FACTOR: AND WHAT OF THE FUTURE? 

h-c-a 40 minutes 90393 color:$23.00 

Gives an overview of changes brought about by the computerization of various tasks in widely varying 
environments: the Washington metro; bar codes in a Dallas supermarket; electronic mail in Citibank of 
New York; computer-assisted medical diagnosis in Scotland. Defines the potentially serious 
work-allocation problem. A 1980 production, (bbc; fi) 

THE SILICON FACTOR: SO WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT? 

h-c-a 40 minutes 90394 color:$23.00 

Begins with a view of 1940 'first generation' computers in a museum, together with the statement that 
the number of circuits you can get on a chip has doubled every year. Describes some of the steps in 
chip manufacture and some of the implications of their wide availability. Surveys the future, including 
'teachable robots' and machine-recognition of speech. A 1980 production, (bbc; fi) 

THE SILVER MAIDEN 

h-c-a 12 minutes 05068 color: $12. 50 

Dramatizes an accidental meeting of an elderly couple in a park; during the course of their 
conversation, details gradually emerge which hint that they may, long ago in their native land, have 
been sweethearts. A 1980 production, (dasp; cal) 

SIMPLE MACHINES: INCLINED PLANES AND LEVERS (THIRD EDITION) 

/-/' 17 minutes 56967 color: $14. 00 

Delineates principles of operation of simple machines, using a parking ramp as an example of a simple 
machine, an elevator as an example of a compound machine. Covers inclined plane and adaptations 
such as wedge and screw; levers of first and second class including pulleys, showing how to figure work 
done as force times distance in each case. A 1982 production, (eb) 

SIMPLE ORGANISMS: ALGAE AND FUNGI (REVISED) 

j-h-c 14 minutes 50393 color:$ 15.50 

Looks at some representative types qf algae and fungi — from the microscopic, one-celled to the 
visible, multi-celled specimens — studying their structure, life functions, and ecological niche. 
Discusses the diverse human uses of algae and fungi and gives a perspective on their importance in the 
total plant-animal-human relationship. Notes the difficulties encountered by scientists classifying algae, 
fungi, and bacteria. Replaces Simple Plants: Algae and Fungi. A 1979 production, (c) 

SIMPLE PLUMBING REPAIRS 

j-h-c-a 21 minutes 56698 color:$ 18.00 

Tools, procedures, techniques, and safety precautions are explained and demonstrated for: the clogged 
drain, the leaky faucet, and toilet tank problems of several kinds. A 1981 production, (cec) 

SINGAPORE 

j-h-c-a 20 minutes 56944 color:$15.50 

Tours Singapore, conveying its history and ambiance, tracing its development from a trading town to an 
independent, industrialized republic. Extraordinarily clean, with an ideal climate and a truly cosmpolitan 
population, Singapore is popular with tourists. The industrial city-annex called Jurong has been planned 
with consciousness of the importance of recreational areas and is provided with extremely 
sophisticated equipment. 630 factories in its fifteen years of growth have provided work for 85,000. A 
1979 production, (lucf) 



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THE SINGLE PARENT FAMILY 

j-h-c-a 14 minutes 56797 color:$ 15.00 

Dramatizes readjustment situations in a family with three children, whose parents have been divorced 
just long enough to begin dating someone new. Uses a single day in these lives, including discussion at 
a single parent meeting, to list and analyse typical problems. A 1981 production, (gkp; cec) 

SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP 

c-a 16 minutes 56637 color:$ 18.50 

Dr. Paul Hersey presents his tested theory of leadership, which involves assessment of the maturity 
level of the employee prior to a decision as to whether the best style for the occasion is telling, selling, 
participating or delegating. Takes into account leadership's two dimensions: task behavior and 
relationship behavior. A 1977 production, (phkb; Ire) 

64,000,000 YEARS AGO 

i-j 12 minutes 05064 color: $13.00 

Animated dinosaur models recreate what life must have been like in the late cretaceous period. Shows 
ornithomimus, tyrannosaurus, triceratops, the vegetarian edmontosaur, and the ankylosaurus. 
Voiceover narration comments on the habits, behavior and extinction as portrayed. A 1981 production, 
(nfbc; ab) 

THE SKELETON (SECOND EDITION) 

j-h 17 minutes 56589 color:$16.50 

Structure and function of animal skeletons, and more particularly of the human skeleton, are shown in 
x-ray, diagram, and regular photography. How the bones grow and are coordinated to help us move as 
we do is described. Suggests proper diet to maintain the stiength of this, our 'strongest organ system.' 
A 1979 production, (eb) 

SKI CANADA 

j-h-c-a 26 minutes H00015 color: $2 1.50 

Photography emphasizes the best of Canadian winter: its beauty and its sports. Scenes show 
snowmobiling, iceboat racing, tobagganing, skating and skiing, swimming in a "hot spring" pool, and 
dining in famous Quebec locales. Includes some information on safety precautions and on where to ski. 
Prices given, being those of production date, are not valid. 3 A" U-Matic videocassette. '75 (?) (bon; 
heri) 

SKIN: YOUR AMAZING BIRTHDAY SUIT 

/-/ 13 minutes 50079 color: $14. 25 

Presents facts about human skin — its nature, functions and care. Skin is the body's largest organ: in 
the adult, it is almost 18 square feet in area and weighs six or seven pounds. Its functions are 
protection, waterproofing, communication, temperature control and cleansing. A 1981 production, 
(cec) 

THE SKINNER REVOLUTION 

h-c-a 22 minutes 57057 color:$ 17.25 

Offers a personal portrait of B. F. Skinner, as family man and as scholar, seeking to bring a degree of 
objectivity to the assessment of his theories. Treating only behavior as 'real,' and asserting that 
'positive reinforcement' is the prime mover of men, he set out to prove that undesirable behavior could 
be 'extinguished' in animals and in humans by commending, praising, or otherwise rewarding its 
opposite. Strives to present Skinner as "victim of a bad press," as were Copernicus and Darwin. 
Introduces Skinner's family, shows his 70th birthday party. A 1978 production, (respc; mg) 

SKY DIVE 

general 14 minutes 56580 color:$ 15.00 

Most possible variants of sky-diving tricks, including a fifty-person configuration, are filmed in a sort of 
'diving circus,' by Carl Boenish, diver and leading filmer of the sport. A 1979 production, (cabo; pyr) 

THE SKY'S THE LIMIT [1] : TAKING CHARGE 

h-c-a 30 minutes 85164 color:$28.00 

C85164 color:$28.00 

Presents aspects of Wayne Dyer's theory that attitude and choice are basic determinants in a person's 
success and even in his health. Defines and gives characteristics of the "no-limit person." Examines 
normal stages or 'steps' in development up the ladder to this type of mastery: from panic, one 
progresses to inertia, then to striving, coping, and mastery, which allows dynamic new behaviors and 
accomplishments. Lecture/seminar format featuring Dr. Dyer. A 1981 production, (lea) 

THE SKY'S THE LIMIT [2] : WINNING ALL THE TIME 

h-c-a 26 minutes 85165 color: $28.00 

C85165 color: $28.00 

Identifies external focuses which prevent achieving mastery level in life choices and behaviors. 
Emphasizes disciplined thinking, because of the formula "THINKING determines FEELING determines 
BEHAVIOR." Discusses willingness to pass through failure stages in learning situations without 
identifying with any of these failures. Distinguishes between excellence and competitiveness: "A winner 
doesn't have to have someone to defeat to be a winner." Lecture/seminar format featuring Wayne 
Dyer, author of Your Erroneous Zones. A 1981 production, (chu) 

THE SKY'S UNLIMITED 

h-c-a 18 minutes 85170 color:$ 16.00 

Presents a great variety of air sports, examining the sky as a recreational area. Includes hang gliding, 
model planes, sky-diving and parachuting, small plane stunt flying, glider flying, recreational flying of 
small planes and ultra-lights, and the hot air ballon. A 1981 production, (bed) 



[SLEEP] (DORMIR) 

25 minutes 



c-a 



%" U-Matic 



K00083 



color:$28.00 
Cassette Sale: $225. 00 
Examines sleep as a theme in art, mentioning the sleep/death associative link. Resumes current 
research findings with regard to human sleep patterns, showing methodology. Compares infant, adult, 



and aged sleep, tracing the tendency from polyphasic to monophasic and back, across a human 
Includes the complaints of several insomniac cases as presented to doctors. Prix des dix meilleurs 
Entretiens de Bichat, 1975. (jabo) 



[SLEEP AND NARCOLEPSY] (SOMMEIL ET NARCOLEPSIE) 



c-a 



30 minutes %" U-Matic 



K00047 



color:$i 
Cassette Sale: $2) 
Examines what is known of waking/sleeping from the recording of electrical wave patterns in 
study laboratories, seeking to apply it to victims of narcolepsy, who fall asleep suddenly throughoi 
day with no apparent cause. Attacks analyzed find brain wave patterns correspond to REM s 
Dreams, if recorded, are often unpleasant. Narcoleptic patterns are compared with those of m 
sleepers. A 1968 production, (jabo) 



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SMOKING: THE CHOICE IS YOURS 

i-j-h 1 1 minutes 04995 color:$ t 

Color animation in a Western-style story designed to attack the main reason young people ' 
smoking: "image" and peer pressure. Edgar, the hero, who works at the Smokey Mountain Dude P ^ 
sets an example with his own decision in the course of the plot — helped along a little by sports*, 
and hot air balloonist Daphne Sue, who demonstrates that there are more satisfying and beneficial 
to gain acceptance. A 1981 production, (wdp) 



SOLAR ENERGY: HOW IT WORKS 

i-j 15 minutes 57049 color:$ 

Describes methods for the collection, absorption, concentration and conversion of the sun's ene 
heat, light, or power energy. Reviews formation, location, retrieval and limitations of fossil fuels. ! 
the construction and use of a solar oven, solar-powered toys, and a solar water heater. Ch 
narrate the various sections, explaining the principles involved. A 1980 production, (chu) 

SOLDIER GIRLS 

h-c-a 87 minutes 2 reels 98970 color:$ 

Cinema-verite documentary account of a group of women in basic training in the army: C 
Company at Fort Gordon, Georgia. Graphic footage of discipline procedures, including thre 
commitment for insanity. Note: Preview before showing. "Street language" throughout. R 
questions about the role of women in the army, and about the effect of military service on hum 
general. A 1981 production, (chu) 



SOLDIERING ON (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 17) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84952 mixed:$ 

Film sale:$4 
Examines the problems and attitudes of the average solider in a war he could neither understa 
win. Interviews selected survivors, who explain their experiences and analyse the effects in thei 
Incidents such as having seen 56 of their American fellows die in the capture of a hill and 
ordered, the following day, to abandon the hill gave the whole thing a senseless aura that drovf 
to drug addiction or to mutiny. One explains, "I just tried to stay alive, and in the process of tr 
stay alive I became very animalistic. I lost most of my humanity while I was there." A 1980 prod 
(itl / cineq; bon) 



SOLUTIONS (CHEM 101) 

21 minutes 



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Cassette Sale: $ 

Defines solution, solvent, solute, using real substances as examples of the solid, liquid and g; JL_ 
Deals with miscibility and concentrations, effects of temperature and pressure (Henry's Law.), [| 
defines and demonstrates individually the four most important colligative properties, and listing 
practical applications. A 1975 production, (ui) 



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SOME CALL IT GREED 

h-c-a 52 minutes 2 reels 70536 mixedl 

A dramatic summary of the history of power analyses the profit motive and its role in the devel 
of America. From an essay by Malcolm S. Forbes, Jr., entitled "Why Is America What It Is?" N? 
Orson Welles, Lowell Thomas, Robert MacNeil. A 60th anniversary production of Forbes " 
(forb; lea) 



SOME DAY I'LL BE BIG (GROWING UP, WITH SANDY OFFENHEIM) 

k-p-i-a 1 1 minutes 050 1 1 color. 

Beginning with animated caterpillar eggs wondering aloud, "Who am I? What am I?" the film e 
the feelings children have about being small, about a new sibling, and about growing. Songs 
"New Little Person," "When Grownups Talk to Babies," and "Eye to Tummy." A 1980 prof, 
(pwti; befi) 



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SOMETHING QUEER AT THE LIBRARY 

p-i-j 10 minutes 56704 color: 

A gentle story dealing with the successful early handling of deliberate book damage. Two girls w 
to enter their beagle in a dog show borrow instruction books on training from the library. Theyf 
all the pictures of Lhasa apsa dogs have been cut from the books. Afraid of being accused thei 
they set out to find who did it. They succeed. (Their dog, incidentally, though he doesn't win tf 
steals it.) A 1978 production, (misz: chu) 

THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE 

p-i 27 minutes 84723 color: 

Clever Hans outwits the wicked sorcerer, and turns all his black magic to white magic. Anin 
1980 production, (sara; pyr) 



SOUNDS OF BAMBOO 

h-c-a 42 minutes 90387 color. 

Gives filmic excerpts from a 1976 festival of Asian traditional performing arts, focusing on th 



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STALKING IMMORTALITY / 75 



tory of the musical instruments used in the performances. Narrated by musicologist Fumio 
i, covers instruments of Japan, China, Taiwan, Indonesia, Okinawa, Thailand and the Phillipines. 



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II AND ME 

24 minutes 84970 color:$ 18.00 

more adventures of Rob and his friend 'Soup,' based on the book Soup and Me by Robert 
Peck. The boys, about eleven and twelve, specialize in pranks which backfire, such as 
ing' a pumpkin from Mr. Sutter's storage shed for the Halloween party. Then their arch enemy 
lem skinny-dipping and steals their clothes: never a dull moment. An ABC Weekend Special, 
id in 1978. (abc) 



FOR PRESIDENT 

24 minutes 84869 color$ 18.00 

series of adventures in young human relationships around a class election, in which Rob, 
w, jn manager for his friend "Soup" but fond of the rival candidate, Norma Jean, handles his 
j, > with considerable maturity. Based on the novel by Robert N. Peck. A 1978 production, (abc) 



\ AFRICA 

I 29 minutes H00022VC color: $2 1.50 

— ontrasts, from the sophistication of Durban and Johannesburg to the simplicity of Kruger 
ll Park (the world's largest zoo without bars) show the variety of Africa. Brief geographical 



tion plus hints for travellers are included in the narration. Prices given, being those of 
ion date, are not valid. %" U-Matic videocassette. '75 (?) (bon; heri) 



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AFRICAN GAME RESERVES 

19 minutes H00002VC color: $2 1.50 

taken on game reserves, showing a large variety of African animals, is accompanied by a 

e giving some history and geography of the area, and instructions for arranging a "Wilderness 
trail lasts three days and involves camping and animal-viewing. Prices given, being those of 

on date, are not valid. %" U-Matic videocassette. '75 (?) (bon; heri) 



THE LAND AND THE LEGEND 

58 minutes 2 reels 70501 color:$27.50 

lichener provides thoughtful, on-the-spot commentary about Spain and her people. Covers the 

riat shaped the land and the character, analyses its contributions to history, art, and folklore. A 

oduction. (rd; pyr) 



REE 

16 minutes 56627 color:$ 15.50 

the life of a lumberjack high climber, whose job it is to rig 'spar trees,' the highest trees, the 
of whose trunk is to be used for lifting and moving others to be cut in the area. Topping and 

such a tree took two or three days, and was very dangerous. Historical and new footage are 

d to tell the story of the practice. A 1977 production, (mp; cec) 






UP, ANDREW 

17 minutes 57050 color: $ 15.25 

Andrew through the preparation and delivery of a speech on communicating well, presented 
e Parents' Night Assembly. Enlivened by the disastrous events through which he learns that he 
communicated as well as he might, the plot makes the speech a special triumph. A 1981 
on. (chu) 



L HOUSING NEEDS IN THE NETHERLANDS 

22 minutes 84986 color:$20.00 

Film sale: $330. 00 
Cassette sale: $198. 00 
the second phase of housing studies and plans, that followed the first priority (family 
phase in the Netherlands, where more homes have been built since 1950 than existed in 1940. 
■■ ot covered in phase one were the elderly, the physically handicapped, and one and two-person 
Ids. Gives details of the phase providing housing for the elderly. 93,000 occupants in this 
have been provided for since 1945, and 13,500 new units annually are required to keep 
if the demand. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

:IAL TRADE 

18 minutes 56542 color:$ 16.00 

'spanning several years, of the friendship of a child, Nellie, with her grandfatherly baby-sitter, 
fnew. From the time Nellie was in a stroller, Bartholomew knew, on walks, just how to handle 
nch could frighten and amuse, from ferocious dogs to lawn sprinklers. When Nellie has grown 
holomew injures himself in a fall, and must use a wheel chair. Then Nellie realizes that she can 
many of the delightful things he did for her when she was in her stroller. A 1979 production. 





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50 minutes 2 reels 70557 color: $27. 25 

what occurs in epilepsy, showing both its visible manifestations and oscilloscopic pictures of 

ular brain-wave pattern that accompanies the disturbances. Interviews epileptics about the 

ngproblems and struggles that are by-products of the condition. Shows diagnostic brain scans, 

--*mj the source (cause) of seizures in several specific cases. Makes a strong plea for 

«jing elipepsy from the mental illness concept. A 1980 production, (bbc; fi) 



1 1 minutes 



56908 



color:$13.25 

Film sale:$ 165.00 

Cassette sale: $100. 00 

ijnewly-planned areas of innovative dwellings built around car-free streets and pedestrian walks. 

. "oslavia, a city which dates back to Roman times, is also a city of modern high-rises and 

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motorways. For maximum sunshine, buildings on the north side of streets are high, on the south side, 
low. Footbridges span traffic streets, allowing children to play in safety while invalid chairs have easy 
access on specially-built ramps. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



SPONTANEOUS SETTLEMENTS 

h-c-a 10 minutes 



56909 



color:$ 13.00 
Film sale: $150. 00 
Cassette sale: $90. 00 
Faced with mushrooming fringe communities and haphazard slum development, the city of Bogota, 
Colombia, decided to nurture and improve certain areas rather than relocate the inhabitants. The film 
shows the Las Colinas experiment where people got clear title to their homes and participated in the 
physical, social and economic rehabilitation of their shanty town. Construction and carpentry were 
taught, plus a variety of domestic and commercial skills, from sewing to furniture-building and 
breadmaking. Las Colinas, transformed into a viable community, is now part of the city. A 1976 
production, (unchs; ui) 

SPORTS PROFILE (WERE YOU THERE SERIES) 

h-c-a 28 minutes 85011 color:$22.75 

Recalls the experiences of two leading athletes in the days when recognition had just begun. Shows 
Artie Wilson, celebrity in the Negro Baseball League, through interview, old photos, and reenactments. 
Alice Coachman, first Black woman to win an Olympic gold medal for high jump, is introduced in the 
same way. From a biographic series on famous Black Americans subtitled "A Sepia Scrapbook." A 1981 
production, (ngsa; befi) 

SPREADING OCEANS 

c-a 24 minutes 85121 color:$20.50 

Uses models, animation, and special effects to clarify tectonic plate movement, ocean spreading, and 
related phenomena. On-site photography in Iceland takes advantage of visible evidence in faults, rift 
structures, pillow lavas. Demonstrates the geometry of the mid-Atlantic Ridge, and the relationships 
between fracture zones and pole-to-pole spreading. Cites volcanic island arcs as evidence of the 
subduction of the Pacific, and the Himalayas as a result of continent collision. A 1978 production, 
(openu; mg) 

SPRING IN NATURE 

p-i 17 minutes 57087 color: $15. 00 

Shows and discusses events and activities typical of some plants, animals, and insects in spring. Shows 
animals emerging from hibernation, migrators returning. Explains photosynthesis, protective 
resemblance, metamorphosis, pollination. Features baby animals, birds. A 1979 production, (ffco) 

SPUTUM CYTOLOGY: THE SACCOMANNO TECHNIQUE (EXAMENS CYTOLOGIQUES 
DU CRACHAT PAR LA METHODE DE SACCOMANNO) 

c-a 30 minutes W U-Matic K00048 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $270.00 
Gives the history and results of the work of Dr. Gino Saccomanno, who sought to develop a diagnositic 
technique for the early detection of lung cancer in uranium miners. Shows how miners cooperated over 
25 years to help in the development of the test. Slides show how cell appearance changes as there is 
progress toward cancer. Shows aspects of the test and interviews miners helped by early identification 
of problems. A 1980 production, (jabo) 



SQUATTER UPGRADING IN FRANCISTOWN 

h-c-a 8 minutes 



56910 



color: $12.00 
Film sale:$ 120.00 
Cassette sale: $75.00 
Rural migration to Francistown, Botswana, has led to shanty towns, like Tatitown, which has 10,000 
squatters. The government recognizes and is upgrading this shabby, unsanitary settlement, giving 
security of tenure to squatters. Basic utilities include water, toilets, street lighting, road improvement. 
Site-and-service lots and a self-help housing scheme aid low-income people, with a housing agency 
providing loans for building materials. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

STALIN: MAN AND IMAGE (LEADERS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: PORTRAITS 
OF POWER SERIES) 

h-c-a 24 minutes 84473 color: $ 18.00 

Reviews what is known of Stalin as a person and a politician in the historical situations that he 
manipulated, using intimidation, deceit and double-dealing. Summarizes his strategy, his use of the 
media, and of the secret police. Arrests and killings proceeded at the rate of 2 million a year. Ends by 
acknowledging the the impossibility of disentangling man and image, or of assessing the cost in human 
suffering of his success. Narrated by Harrison Salisbury. A 1978 production, (nife / nyt; lea) 

STALIN: THE POWER OF FEAR (LEADERS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: 
PORTRAITS OF POWER SERIES) 

h-c-a 24 minutes 84456 color: $18.00 

Covers the period 1939-1953, the series of external challenges and errors in judgment that preceded 
the death of Stalin. Includes the pact with Hitler and the failure to recognize his intentions, the revival 
of pomp and ceremony and the restoration of surviving church leaders, Stalin's paranoia and his dream 
that Stalin-worship would remain a part of Communism. Narrated by Harrison Salisbury. A 1978 
Production, (nife / nyt; lea) 

STALKING IMMORTALITY 

h-c-a 43 minutes 70493 color:$25.50 

Divided into two parts, one examining what each person can do to prolong his own life, and the other, 
what medical science is doing to prolong all lives. Emphasizes regular exercise and diet. Covers 
research in immunology, hormones, surgical procedures. Optimistic researchers predict a 20 to 50-year 
increase in life expectancy by 1990. A 1978 production, (abc) 



76 / A STAR IN THE STUDIO: THEODORE BIKEL, WITH SONGS AROUND THE WORLD 






A STAR IN THE STUDIO: THEODORE BIKEL, WITH SONGS AROUND THE WORLD 

c-a 26 minutes %" U-Matic C57104 color: $13.00 

Presents a performance by Theodore Bikel, of English, French, and Yiddish folk songs, and of "If I Were 
a Rich Man." Vocal, guitar and harmonica performances by Bikel before a live audience demonstrate his 
versatility, range, and flair for drama, (baru; tcul) 

STARTING A BUSINESS [1]: ARE YOU AN ENTREPRENEUR? 

h-c-a 15 minutes 56989 color:$ 15.00 

Presents information to help a beginner determine whether he or she is an entrepreneur. Deals with 
three questions: What is an entrepreneur? What role does this person play in starting a business? What 
are the personal qualities usually found in successful entrepreneurs? Uses graphics and interviews with 
people who have successfully answered the question in businesses of their own to provide background 
about this type of career choice. A 1982 production, (soma; befi) 

STARTING A BUSINESS II: WHAT'S THE BEST BUSINESS FOR YOU? 

h-c-a 15 minutes 56998 color:$ 15.00 

Provides guidelines for would-be entrepreneurs in assessing various business ideas. Explains that 
personal considerations should be taken into account at the outset. The three most important points to 
assess when investigating an entrepreneurial role in any new venture are the potential for growth of the 
business, the likelihood of sufficient income to meet expectations, and the market share potential. Uses 
graphics and interviews with entrepreneurs to demonstrate the importance of correct choices. A 1982 
production, (soma; befi) 

STARTING A BUSINESS III: WHO WILL YOUR CUSTOMERS BE? 

h-c-a 15 minutes 56999 color:$ 15.00 

Outlines the steps required of an entrepreneur in identifying the potential customers of a business. 
Explores the kinds of information needed to determine the needs and wants of a specific target market, 
the suggested methods to use in collecting market information, and in assessing its validity. Uses 
graphics and interviews with entrepreneurs to demonstrate the advantages of determining a target 
market. A 1982 production, (soma; befi) 

STARTING A BUSINESS IV: HOW WILL YOU PENETRATE YOUR MARKET? 

h-c-a 15 minutes 57095 color:$ 15.00 

Guides the would-be or struggling entrepreneur in developing effective marketing strategies to penetrate 
a target market. Explains the six major areas of a well developed market plan: product, sales, 
distribution, price, promotion, and location. Uses graphics and interviews with entrepreneurs to 
demonstrate successful methods of penetrating a target market. A 1982 production, (soma; befi) 

STARTING A BUSINESS V: HOW MUCH CAPITAL WILL YOU NEED? 

h-c-a 15 minutes 57001 color:$ 15.00 

Explains how to determine what capital is needed by an entrepreneur to start and continue to operate a 
new venture. Gives examples of specific financial forecasts, cash flow projections, pro forma income 
and expense statements, and balance sheets, as well as the terminology and components of these 
documents. Uses graphics and interviews with entrepreneurs to demonstrate the use and development 
of financial statements and projections. A 1982 production, (soma; befi) 

[STARTING TO GROW] (LE TEMPS DU REGARD) 

c-a 45 minutes %" U-Matic K00077 color:$33.00 

Cassette Sale: $405.00 
Emphasizes the role of the adult in the sensitive years when a child learns almost exclusively by 
watching. Lists developmental changes of children with the normal age range at which they usually 
appear. Cites four possible dangers (pairs of opposites): undernourishment/ overfeeding; 
overprotection/break in the continuity of care. Stresses the importance of the availability of adults and 
of the quality of their attention during this critical period. A 1979 production, (jabo) 

START-UP (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

h-c-a 30 minutes 85156 color:$38.00 

% ' • U-Matic C85 156 color: $38. 00 

Records, filmically, the efforts of John DeLorean to establish and to make a success of the first new 
American car venture since 1925. Shows design stages, financial planning, board meetings, schedule 
difficulties, first display model. A 1981 production, (wgbh; lea) 

THE STATIONARY ARK SERIES 

Visits the breeding and research zoo on the Island of Jersey, which is 
dedicated to the protection, preservation and study of species. British author 
/ naturalist Gerald Durrell, prime mover in the founding of the Jersey Wildlife 
Federation Trust, gives the rationale for the zoo's priorities, saying that the 
nature of the world has changed the mission of zoos. Discusses purposes and 
the ways in which they are implemented. A 1975 production, (nife; bon) 

THE STATIONARY ARK: A DAY AT THE ZOO 

j-h-c-a 30 minutes 83886 color:$ 16.75 

Presents the history and rationale for priorities of the Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust, a breeding and 
research zoo on the Island of Jersey. Host is British author / naturalist Gerald Durrell, who became 
concerned about the quality of animal care in zoos as a collector of animals for zoos. Lists priorities of 
the Jersey group as: protection, breeding and study of species; education of the public to appreciate the 
usefulness and beauty of all species and their interrelationship in the web of nature. Discusses breeding 
for exchange, transportation of animals. A 1975 production, (nife; bon) 

THE STATIONARY ARK: BREEDING 

j-h-c-a 30 minutes 83885 color:$ 16.75 

Gives rationale for zoo breeding, discusses methods and procedures used on the Island of Jersey. Visits 
and describes marmosets and tamanns, demonstrates the usefulness of keeping careful and detailed 
records. A 1975 production, (nife; bon) 



THE STATIONARY ARK: GORILLAS 

j-h-c-a 30 minutes 83887 color: $11 

Tells why some animals got the reputation of not breeding in captivity, and shows how research pro 
this to be untrue. Gerald Durrell points out the complexity of relationships in the Jersey colon) 
gorillas, and shows methods in hand-rearing baby gorillas. Introduces British researchers in inf 
behavior who are doing an 18-month comparative study of human and gorilla infant behavior. Tells I 
this type of research benefits both animals and man. A 1975 production, (nife; bon) 



THE STATIONARY ARK: HOW DEAD IS DEAD? 

j-h-c-a 30 minutes 83888 color: $H * 

Reviews ways in which man is causing the extinction of species, emphasizing the problem by showii 
large book which lists endangered species. Lists known and hints at unknown harmful effects to ma J 
counteractive measures are not taken. Compares the destruction of a tree to the destruction of ai] 
giving specific illustrations of the complexity of the biological web of life. Attempts to answer pei 
who ask: "What use are these animals?" A 1975 production, (nife; bon) 

THE STATIONARY ARK: ORANG UTANS 

j-h-c-a 29 minutes 84767 coior:$H ' 

Reviews a breakthrough in zoo nutritional research which enables zoos now to keep and breed i !*'' 

animals. Discusses factors not previously taken into account, such as the boredom which stems f "J": 

the fact that 80% of an animal's time in the wild state is devoted to food hunting. Discusses how \ 
new knowledge is applied in the care of the orang utans. A 1975 production, (nife; bon) 



THE STATIONARY ARK: PHEASANTS AND PEACOCKS 

j-h-c-a 30 minutes 83890 color: $h 

Deals with the public education aspect of zoo work by showing what the Jersey group does to 
interest the public in some of the more unusual species which take more patience and waiting to i 
because of their natural propensity to hide. Tells the history of the housing provided for the white-t 
pheasants from China. Visits turacos, mynahs, and several spectacular varieties of pheasant. A 1 
production, (nife; bon) 



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THE STATIONARY ARK: PREDATORS 

j-h-c-a 28 minutes 83891 color:$V 

Explains the importance of predators in nature, characterizing man as the only predator in nature 
"exterminates his prey." Visits lions, owls, an unusual species of New Zealand parrot, civets andi 
varieties of cat. A strong plea for the preservation of this type of animal. A 1975 production. I 
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THE STATIONARY ARK: SURVIVING 

j-h-c-a 30 minutes 83892 color:$Hhki 

Presents man as the most dangerous animal of all, in that he is the only one who ignores the lav *jll 
nature. Lists ways in which he is doing this: air pollution, breeding rate, destruction of habitats, u i| 
pesticides. States the goal of the Jersey group as the establishment of a mini-university F'« 
conservation breeding, establishing satellite stations for breeding animals in the country of their t 
and for educating the local populace to their importance. A 1975 production, (nife; bon) 



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THE STATIONARY ARK: WATERFOWL i m 

j-h-c-a 30 minutes 83893 color:$1:¥"i* 

Focuses on the importance of water for man and animal, and on the nature of animals whose m[ W 
habitat involves bodies of water: flamingoes, storks, cranes, geese, ducks, swans. Demonstrate- *jjZ 
concept of territoriality, using swans. Tells several instances of relocating animals without knowled ' ""' 
their nature, which have been disatrous. A 1975 production, (nife; bon) 

THE STATIONARY ARK: ZOO MEDICINE 

j-h-c-a 30 minutes 83894 color: 
Enumerates the four aspects of preventive medicine: good food, good housing, cleanliness, 
observation, emphasizing the last. Gives examples of these practices at Jersey. Answers objectio 
keeping animals in captivity. Gives statistics on feeding, explaining the design of some housing. S 
inspection for parasites, the spraying o* poultry, the vaccination of two spectacled bear cubs, a & * 
mortem on a bird. Interviews the Jersey veterinarian. A 1975 production, (nife; bon) 
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THE STATIONARY ARK: ZOO STAFF 

j-h-c-a 30 minutes 83895 color:$: 

Durrell explains why good staff members are hard to find, one being that two types are availabli 
needed — one highly trained, and one with a gift for handling animals (both qualifications being si 
in one individual.) The situation is further complicated by the fact that the two groups tend to rail 
each other. Durrell introduces his staff, some of whom are interviewed, and explains his manage 
principles. A 1975 production, (nife; bon) 



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STEEL, STARS, AND SPECTRA 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84786 color:& 

Demonstrates, through analysis of steel at British Steel Corporation, techniques and equipnw 
atomic spectroscopy. Explains how it is possible to identify elements through the fact that each h? j 
characteristic wave length of light (which it emits or absorbs depending on its state.) Discuss |U |J 
interpretation of spectra and the determination of quantity in analyses. Shows applications ( 
process to analysis of star spectra, including temperature estimates. Ends with an example of 
spectrosocopy. A 1978 production, (bbc / openu; umed) 



STEEL: THE METAL GIANT 

i-j 12 minutes 50452 color:$ 

Explains (with animation and narration) and shows (by means of on-site photography) the prot 
involved in the making of iron and steel, and in the shaping of steel. Shows mining, crushing, ope 
of the basic oxygen furnace, continuous casting, hot and cold rolling, annealing, and galvaniz 
1981 production, (cec) 



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STRUCTURE OF THE ATOM (CHEM 101) / 77 



(EMMING THE SANDS 

17 minutes 



c-a 



56960 



color:$16.50 
Film sale: $255. 00 
Cassette sale:$ 153.00 
Inonstrates a major victory of determined man-power over a problem experts had estimated would 
tt millions and require machines. Disturbed by the incursion of the sand dunes on the Somali coast, 
»ch had begun to move inland and cover arable land, the president inspired his people to a dedicated 
jirt, and in long, singing, human chains, they rhythmically passed topsoil in baskets from hand to 
lid, planting 500 square metres in 3 days, and solving their problem themselves. A 1976 production, 
(chs; ui) 



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FAMILY 

eral 13 minutes 50703 color: $14.25 

inatizes transitional conflicts and problems in the lives of three generations in a specific instance of 
rce and remarriage. A 1981 production, (gkp; cec) 



SIPPING OUT: DEBOLTS GROW UP 

. toeral 52 minutes 2 reels 70517 color: $27.00 

; : .Ilebration and recording of the progress made by the 20 special children, adopted and otherwise, of 
i Iramous DeBolts. Since the first adoption 25 years ago, eleven of the older children have established 
■; I independence. Shows the daily routine of those still at home, featuring the latest adoptive child, 
■ and crippled, and his preparation for 'mainstreaming.' Introduces the first grandchild. A 1980 
— Muction. (pyr) 



E STERILE MALE] (L'HOMME STERILE) 

23 minutes %" U-Matic 



K00091 



color: $28.00 
Cassette Sale:$207.00 
nents on the historical confusion of fertility with virility, distinguishing definitions. Shows normal 
abnormal sperm, illustrating with drawings and cinephotomicrography certain types of 
irmation. Gives stages in the investigation of human fertility, which must begin with spermatogenic 
ology. Lists various causes of both irreversible and treatable sterility. Describes various forms of 
ment for appropriate cases, emphasizing that psychological difficulties are the worst aspects of the 
em. Urges great caution in recommending 'replacement' solutions such as adoption or donor 
lination. Prix du film didactique, 1978. (jabo) 



CHIOMETRY (CHEM 101) 

15 minutes %" U-Maiic 



CO0 125 



color:$29. 75 

Cassette Sale: $130.00 

laws which serve as the basis for, and shows methods of calculating, the relationships between 

nts and their compounds. Defines empirical formula, molecular weight; gives laws of Constant 

osition and of Conservation of Mass. Provides discussion break between instructions for 

;i ating the per cent composition of elements in a compound from the formula, and the reverse, 

:-,; /.fating the formula from the percentage of composition. Discusses constitution and balancing of 

pi formulas, shows how to use chemical formulas to solve stoichiometry problems, (ui) 

IM OF FIRE: WORLD WAR II AND THE DESTRUCTION OF DRESDEN 

21 minutes 56706 b&w:$ 13.00 

lical footage and recordings made in Dresden and environs are poetically edited to emphasize the 
nst between its life before the World War II bombings and its devastation afterward. Graphic 
yal of the meaning of war. A 1978 production, (cadre; chu) 

STORY OF A CHECK (REVISED) 

7 1 minutes 52307 color:$ 1 1. 75 

fites how a bank check is prepared and processed, explaining what happens at each step. Shows 
meek transactions affect personal accounting, and predicts improvements in check transaction 
Mogies. A 1981 production, (bewi; ab) 

MORY OF JOE OGG 

15 minutes 56750 color:$ 10.00 

lion and imagination picture the first industrial engineer, an enterprising cave man who applies 
i knows to solving his own problems and those of his community. Constitutes a simple definition 
aims of industrial engineering, as career guidance. A 1973 production, (ukl) 

TCY OF MEASURING TIME: HOURS, MINUTES, SECONDS (SECOND EDITION) 

10 minutes 01356 color:$ 13.00 

notion brings a time machine to life to explore man's history of timekeeping — from prehistoric 

ittWHp to the invention of atomic clocks that measure billionths of a second. Views many timepieces 

!,g;;#jB the intervening ages — the sundial, hourglass, candle clock, water clock, clocks incorporating 

'e dciple of escapement and the pendulum, and the familiar Big Ben. Notes the changes in society 

i rii accurate timepieces were developed. A 1979 production, (c) 

TQf TELLING (THE OTHER SCHOOL SYSTEM SERIES) 

27 minutes 84618 color:$18.00 

wes story telling as a form of relationship-building, beyond the values ol the story content. 
litltlal«Bs four major types of story sharing: telling, dramatization, puppetry, and participant, where the 
s l)l(.|iJ make the appropriate sound effects at the time they should occur. Identifies techniques and 
us ^"^distractions should be eliminated ahead of time, the opening line should capture attention, the 

ci should be enthusiastic but not overly dramatic, and should resist the temptation to moralize at 

M good stories make their own point. A 1979 production, (oeta; mmm) 

/BERRY SHORTCAKE IN BIG APPLE CITY 

24 minutes 85026 color:$ 19.00 

n 'S an exciting adventure of friendship as protection against villany, when Strawberry Shortcake 
''•id to Big Apple City to compete in a bakeof against the wicked Peculiar Purple Pieman. 

Bslltural and ethnic unity is emphasized in the 'new friends' Strawberry makes in the city. A 1981 

'ton. (muro / pmp; c) 



STRENGTH, BULK AND BALANCE: THE WORLD OF SUMO 

j-h-c-a 28 minutes 85 1 75 color: $ 1 0. 00 

Reviews the history and practices of the special form of wrestling known in Japan as sumo. The current 
champion, youngest in history at the age of 25, weighs 365 pounds. Special floor, environment, and 
rules are elaborated, as well as training procedures. Demonstrates and describes winning techniques, 
showing the training of young wrestlers, ceremonial garb, and competition in one of three annual 
tournaments. Interviews spectators of several nationalities, (jafn) 

STRESS: A PERSONAL CHALLENGE 

h-c-a 30 minutes 90373 color:$20.50 

Defines stress, its causes, and its results for the human mechanism, and prescribes ways of managing 
it and of de-fusing its harmful aspects. Stemming from tension caused by an alarm reaction that is 
seldom fully released, stress can be released in a combination of exercise and relaxation techniques 
that will enable a person to use its positive, energizing aspects. A 1980 production, (stlumc; abc) 

[STRESS AND DISTRESS] (STRESS ET DETRESSE) 

c-a 42 minutes %" U-Matic K00092 color: $33. 00 

Cassette Sale: $378. 00 
Summarizes highlights of research on stress since Hans Selye's first definition: the mechanisms of its 
transmission in the body; the attempts to define the role of emotions; the role of the brain's 
amygdaloid area. Diagrams mechanisms relating to stress at the conscious level, animating case 
histories of 'somatic conversion,' where psychological dissatisfaction manifested itself as body pain. 
Electrophotomicrography shows neurotransmitter substances, while the role of inhibitors is discussed. 
A 1981 production, (jabo) 

STRESS: ARE WE KILLING OURSELVES? 

h-c-a 15 minutes C56946 color: $11.00 

Relates results of research on stress, giving symptoms and evaluating various ways of coping. 
Estimates that up to 80% of disease is stress-related: lists known negative physiological effects. 
Positive ways of dealing with stress include meditation and biofeedback. The following list of coping 
procedures is recommended: take time out, deliberately waste a half hour; learn relaxation or 
meditation techniques; exercise regularly, gradually increasing the amount; watch your diet — eliminate 
caffeine from it; separate work from home — invent a ritual at the end of the work day to mark the 
separation. %" U-Matic videocassette. A 1979 production, (abc) 

THE STRESS MESS 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84926 color: $20. 25 

Dramatizes stressful situations with humor, emphasizing personality traits which aggravate the 
problem. Father is a workaholic, mother finds it impossible to match time to task, and daughter can't 
say no. Running commentary and stress-reducing tips are provided by the whimsical figure of Harry, in 
alternative roles as garbage collector, repair man, and window-washer. A 1982 production, (roun; ab) 

STRESS: IT'S JUST WHAT YOU THINK 

j-h 20 minutes 57064 color:$16.75 

Emphasizes the role of attitude in stress management. Lists three simple possibilities: understand the 
situation, change the situation, change yourself. Shows young people in a group discussion of how they 
solved a personal problem they found stressful. They suggest half a dozen stress reducers available 
without prescriptions. A 1980 production, (ab) 

THE STRONGEST MAN 

i-j 20 minutes 57094 color: $17. 00 

Dramatizes the difficult circumstances which bring a young boy to face and to accept all that it means 
to have a father confined to a wheelchair. When Billy doesn't make the all-star little league team, he is 
convinced that it's because his dad can't practice with him. Kathy, who used to think other kids didn't 
like her because her mother was deaf, is some help. A 1982 production, (ab) 

[STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF ENZYMES] (STRUCTURE ET FONCTION DES 
ENZYMES) 

c-a 10 minutes %" U-Matic K00049 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $90.00 
Seeks to convey understanding of enzymes at molecular level, by showing relationships between 
structure and function. Enzyme action is clarified by animated models, where chemical constituents are 
named and described, with their catalytic mechanisms. A 1972 production, (jabo) 

[STRUCTURE OF GLOBULAR PROTEINS] (STRUCTURE DES PROTEINES 
GLOBULAIRES) 

18 minutes %" U-Matic 



c-a 



K00050 color: $28.00 

Cassette Sale: $162.00 
Covers three aspects of the structure of globular proteins: covalent structure of the polypeptide chain; 
its ordered spatial conformation; the conformation of globular proteins and hydrophobic interactions. 
Shows diagramatically the disulfide bridge which forms in some globular proteins, stabilizing their 
molecular structure. Demonstrates that stereospecificity governing function depends on form. A 1972 
production, (jabo) 



STRUCTURE OF THE ATOM (CHEM 101) 

14 minutes %" U-Matic 



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C00115 



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color:$28.00 
Cassette Sale: $125.00 
Explains how the energy of spectral lines can be figured using the Rydberg equation. Recounts the 
formulation of Bohr's theory, identifies the Lyman series, defines ionization potential. Shows how the 
Rydberg constant for hydrogen can be used to calculate the energy of transition between any two 
orbits with different n values. (Provides discussion break here.) Tells how Bohr's model proved 
inadequate for more complex structures and was replaced by wave mechanics. Reviews basic ideas of 
wave mechanics: Einstein's photon theory, de Broglie's wave-particle duality, the Heisenberg 
uncertainty principle. Uses computerized pictorial representation of electron density. Defines orbitals, 
graphs radial density function, and shows the use of a 90% boundary. A 1974 production, (ui) 



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SUBATOMIC PARTICLES AND ENERGY CONSIDERATIONS (CHEM 101) 

c-a 15 minutes W U-Matic CO0 123 color:$29.75 

Cassette Sale: $130.00 
Lists known subatomic particles, distinguishing three which influence chemical behavior. Considers 
these in order: electron, proton, neutron. Gives the history of early research: how cathode rays were 
determined to consist of particles, the discovery of canal rays, how the charge on electrons was 
determined, and how charge to mass ratio is calculated and expressed. Covers the separation of 
radiation into identifiable alpha, beta, gamma rays; Rutherford's prediction and Chadwick's discovery of 
the neutron. Discusses types of electromagnetic radiation and their characteristics: wavelength, 
frequency, amplitude. Shows hydrogen spectrum, defines spectrography, explains the calculation of 
energy absorption using Planck's constant. Several types of spectrometer are shown. A 1977 
production, (ui) 

SUCCESS STORY: HOW INSECTS SURVIVE 

general 28 minutes 84771 color:$19.25 

Lists and photographs insect adaptation and coping mechanisms which have enabled them to constitute 
70% of all animal life and to be, as a species, the most successful at the task of surviving over time. A 
large variety of insects is shown to illustrate coping mechanisms as regards food-gathering, defense, 
reproduction and provision for the young, and wintering. A 1979 production, (eb) 

SUFFER THE CHILDREN 

h-c-a 16 minutes 56834 color:$14.50 

Interviews children of alcoholic parents, summarizing known effects, chief of which is often fear: "I 
didn't know what 'drunk' was: I thought it was my fault," says one. Natural course of child 
development under these circumstances is anger, introversion, and a similar tendency to develop 
alcohol problems. One social worker, herself the product of an alcoholic home, comments: "Most (of 
these children) have difficulty letting other people know how they feel, because it was never safe to 
feel." Produced for CBS News "Magazine," 1980. (cbs; cal) 

SUGAR CANE 

j-h-c-a 11 minutes 04999 color:$ 11.25 

Recaps procedures in harvesting and processing cane for sugar: filmed in the Phillipine Islands. Since it 
is too hot to work in midday, cane is cut in two shifts — early morning and late evening: each planting 
can be harvested three years in a row. Gives some information on workers and working conditions; 
shows automatic processing equipment and explains processing. A 1979 production, (lucf) 

THE SUGAR FILM 

general 27 minutes 84759 color:$17.75 

Enumerates the ways in which sugar is presented to us as "good," presents statistics on average sugar 
content of packaged products and on the consumption of sugar, and lists the known harmful effects on 
the human body. The 129 pounds of sugar the average American eats in a year deplete his body's store 
of nutrients, furnish "empty calories," and leave him hungry for more. A 1980 production, (imas; pyr) 

SUICIDE FOR GLORY (VICTORY AT SEA #25) 

h-c-a 27 minutes 85192 b&w:$17.25 

Shows the April 1, 1945 encircling of Okinawa by the U.S. Fleet, and the landing of troops there. 
Studies the Kamikaze phenomenon, "a duel between gunners who want to live and pilots who want to 
die." Gives damage and loss statistics for both sides. A 1952 production, (nbc/usn; lucf) 

SUICIDE PREVENTION IN THE HOSPITAL 

c-a 20 minutes 81737 b& w:$ 10. 00 

Stresses the importance of psychological and behavioral safeguards in hospital wards where the means 
to kill one's self are usually within easy reach. Gives a list of verbal and behavioral clues revealing this 
intent, and shows several types of patients who are potential suicides. Based on a research study of 
suicide in hospital settings. A 1968 production, (veta; apa) 

SUICIDE: TEENAGE CRISIS 

h-c-a 11 minutes 56720 color:$ 11.00 

Interviews teens, parents, and teachers in San Mateo County, California, which has the highest rate of 
teen suicide in the country, examining the problem, its causes, and its manifestations. In 1978, there 
were over 6000 reported teen suicides: it is thought that if the unreported cases were added, suicide 
would be the leading cause of teen deaths. Presents ways of trying to help suspected cases. A CBS "30 
Minutes" program, produced in 1979. (cbs; crm / mcgh) 

SUMMER IN NATURE 

p-i 14 minutes 57088 color:$ 13.50 

Lists characteristics of the season: day length, temperature at various altitudes, presence of young and 
playful animals. Shows bear cub, cougar cub encounter. Examines birds, insects in their habitat. Praises 
camping as restorative; shows proper procedures for cooking, storing food, reacting to the presence of 
wild animals, breaking camp. A 1979 production, (ffco) 

SUMMER TRIP, 1974 (MAGPIE, USA) 

h-c-a 95 minutes 3 reels 90309 color: $27.00 

Tours selected parts of the United States: San Francisco, the Grand Canyon, Plymouth Rock and New 
Orleans. Includes a side trip to visit the Havasupai Indians, and a sequence of inland surfing at Phoenix, 
Arizona. Gives some background and atmosphere of the places visited, aimed principally at a British 
audience. A 1974 production, (bon) 

SUN POWER 

p-i 13 minutes 57066 color:$ 13.50 

Reviews legends, important discoveries, and little known facts about the sun and its energy. Animated, 
featuring the sun as narrator, covers simple highlights from the Egyptians to the contemporary 
solar-heated home. A 1982 production, (shrif; ab) 



SUN, SAND, AND DEATH 

h-c-a 30 minutes 83665 color:$18. 

How much and what kind of aid should be given under-developed nations is debated in this documenta 
focusing on the Island of St. Lucia in the Caribbean. Explores the pros and cons of aid program 
agricultural and commercial development, and tourism as a resource. Uses interviews with officials 
both the Island government and the British Aid Department. A 1975 production, (thtv; bon) 

SUN, WIND AND WOOD 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84882 color: $18. 

Gives a look at, and substantial information about, several successful prototypes in the drive to fi 
ways to maximize the use of renewable energy sources. Features "The Ark," a non-polluting bio-shell 
which houses a family of four and provides for all its basic needs through solar hea 
windmill-generated electricity, and sufficient greenhouse space for agricultural areas and interior fi 
ponds. Also demonstrates the heating of water for household use by means of a solar collector, and I 
total independence of a third home, due to its windmill. Examples are Canadian, and function in J. 
climates. A 1978 production, (nfbc; benf) 



SUPERMAN AND THE BRIDE 

j-h-c-a 42 minutes 2 reels 90307 color:$23 

Using examples from mass media, shows how sex roles are shaped by the daily messages of movi 
television, newspapers and radio. Still photos, animation and film clips (some include nudity) are 1 
to show how sexual stereotyping is promoted and perpetuated by media programmers, and how it is 
their benefit to continue it. Examples from Sweden and China show how the stereotypes are be 
broken by portraying women as active, confident and self-reliant, dispelling the myth that all men m 
be "Superman" and all women, "The Bride." A 1975 production, (thtv; bon) 



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THE SUPERWEAPONS (THE INTELLIGENCE GAME) 

h-c-a 30 minutes 83814 color:$16 

Reviews rationale for the viewpoint of General George Keegan, retired head of U.S.A.F. Intelligence, 
believes that a Russian scientific breakthrough has put them far ahead of the defense of the N/< 
countries. A high-energy beam that will destroy missies in the air has rendered everything obsolete 
the B-l bomber, in Keegan's opinion, and is a threat that must be looked at and dealt with. Until it is 
feels that the West is as unprepared as America was before Pearl Harbor. A 1977 production, (t 
bon) 



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A SUPPLY SCHEDULE FOR WUMPETS 

h-c-a 10 minutes 05056 color:$1 

Graphs, with animation showing the impact of changes, the seller's side of the market, or "supp 
Price per unit is shown on the vertical axis, quantity on the horizontal. Demonstrates the effect L 
price change, a shortage of key ingredients, of automation, of a strike. Movement of the supply cur | 
shown to be dependent on how difficult or costly production is. Distinguishes "change in quar 
supplied" from "change in supply." A 1981 production, (stsm; mg) 



[SURGICAL TREATMENT OF INTERVENTRICULAR SEPTAL DEFECTS IN CHILDRf 
(LE TRAITEMENT CHIRURGICAL DES COMMUNICATIONS INTERVENTRICULAR) 
DU NOURRISSON) L 

c-a 40 minutes %" U-Matic K00051 color:$3 fflh 

Cassette Sale: $361 
Gives prognosis statistics for children born with septal defects. Until recently, corrective surgery 
postponed until school age. Now, it can be performed much earlier. Animation and models shov 
usual locations of septal defects, of which there can be several in the same child. Lists and desc 
symptoms. Shows angiocardiography, injection scan of left ventricle. Gives classifications foi 
seriousness of the condtion and basis for decision on surgery. Shows two actual operations, one b 
auricular access route and one by the ventricular, including artificially induced hypothermia. A 
production, (jabo) 



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SURRENDER (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 25) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84960 mixed: $: 

Film sale:$4i 
Delineates the fall of Saigon. 100,000 troops attack from five directions; the press of refugees try 
catch the last helicopters threatens to overwhelm the evacuation of the Americans. Last on _ 
monitoring radio intelligence communications at the American embassy tells of radioed plea ■ 
evacuation from voices he knew, saying, "There were so many we should have saved. There w 
way. I still hear those voices in my dreams." A 1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 



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SURVIVAL AFTER HIGH SCHOOL 

j-h 17 minutes 51418 color:$ 

By dramatizing the case of a boy named Don, gives young people an overview of the four areas 
require mastery for independent living: shopping and nutrition, the management of m< 
landlord-tenant relationships, and the responsibilities of sharing a dwelling with a member of you 
group. A 1981 production, (cec) 



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SURVIVAL RUN 

j-h-c-a 12 minutes 56802 color:$ 

Shows Harry Cordellos, blind, guided only by a sighted partner, running the most rugged mai 
course in America, Northern California's notorious Dipsea footrace. Investigates new facets of co 
determination and trust in the context of fitness and achievement. A 1979 production, (magfi; p; 



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SWITZERLAND 

j-h-c-a 28 minutes H00024 VC color.i 

Often thought of as a place for skners, Switzerland also offers 20,000 miles of rivers, with alrr 
much marked trail for hiking. Weaving at the pace of the hand loom exists side by side wi 
mechanical jacquard. Everywhere in Switzerland the respect for excellence in handicraft ha: 
preserved, parallel to the development of the most ingenious and sophisticated technological so 
to engineering problems. A visual "taste" of all is included. Prices given, being those of proc 
date, are not valid. %" UMatic videocassette. '75 (?) (jdeb / bon; hen) 



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(E CARE 

30 minutes 85169 color:$20.75 

ews principles of building customer satisfaction by using the plot-frame of an overstressed 
ager, whose aggressive outburst causes an accident which sends him to "the great training director 
le sky." There, he is given a chance to 'tune in' on a few earthly situations, to figure out what he 
_ ild have done, and to earn a second chance. A 1982 production, (arba; ami) 






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17 minutes 56636 



■a 1/ minutes t>t>t>Jt> color: $14. 50 

jical Woody Allen satire burlesques a life story: repeated mistreatment of a child who grows up in a 

' area leads him to crime, at which he is as inept as he has always been at everything else. When 

Jj ies his first holdup he doesn't realize the gun is a cigarette lighter; when he is finally arrested it is 

ying to hold up a former fellow-orchestra-player who has become a policeman. A 1968 production. 



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E THREE GIRLS 

28 minutes 83669 color:$18.75 

ly, Maria and Patrita are three sisters. Among them they count 58 institutions to whose care they 
been given since their mother was committed to a mental institution. How the system treated 
I and how their institutional life has influenced them as adults, is thoughtfully investigated, 
views with the girls and comments by officials on the system illustrate Maria's remark, "It's an 
il children shouldn't be put through." A 1975 production, (thtv; bon) 



K OF THE TOWN 

118 minutes 3 reels 98940 b&w:$49.00 

n accused of murder and arson escapes, and a young woman consents to let him hide in a house 
las rented to a famous lawyer. She succeeds in getting the lawyer interested in seeing justice done 
e case and complicates matters by loving both the lawyer and the fugitive. Stars Gary Grant, 
Id Colman, Jean Arthur. A 1942 production, (ca; tlf) 



TALL SHIPS RACE (MAGPIE) 

28 minutes 83667 color:$ 18.75 

viewers through the Bay of Biscay to Portsmouth on Britain's only fully square-rigged sailing 

| the T.S. Royalist, for the Tall Ships' Race. A crew of Sea Cadets, along with the narrator, show 

ife on this reproduction of the original is not too different from what it was a hundred years ago. 
with modern conveniences (such as engines) the daily routine of swabbing decks and repairing 
must go on. The beauty of the sea and the camaraderie it brings to the men on board are shown 
■ry them through problems with the wind and lack of provisions. A 1976 production, (bon) 



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21 minutes 56983 color:$ 18.00 

.JJnts European birds of prey, including kestral, harrier, red kite, buzzard, goshawk, sparrow hawk, 

rine, golden eagle, and various kinds of owls, giving their appearance and characteristics, 
sing their role in the food chain and the various threats to their existence. A 1982 production. 
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21 minutes 






56911 



color: $18. 75 
Film sale: $3 '15.00 
Cassette sale:$ 190.00 
i^ la istrates that although Auckland has become New Zealand's dominant city, too many migrants to 
ty threaten the very qualities they came for. With everyone wanting his own car and house, the 
; now a vast urban sprawl, crisscrossed with highways, clogged with commuter and industrial 
. There is no overall metro planning, says the film, and no one wants to pay the bill to remedy the 
on. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



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29 minutes 83807 color: $18. 75 

s the achievements and policies of the government of President Julius Nyerere, a statesman of 
ational renown, over the first ten years of his program. Charged with organizing twelve million 
red people whom Britain "had ruled with benign neglect," Nyerere deliberately turned against 
apitalist and communist philosophies, choosing democratic socialism and self-reliance. He 
in interviews, his rationale: two steps were needed, a negative and a positive. The negative 
vas to stop the exploitation of one person by another (the reason for which he rejected 
ism). The positive was to persuade and educate people to work together for each other. Asked 
er he could foresee a situation in which he might use something besides exhortation and 
ion, Nyerere answers: "What else?" There is nothing else." A 1977 production, (thtv; bon) 



ET SURIBACHI (VICTORY AT SEA #23) 

27 minutes 85191 b&w:$17.25 

ts the importance of Iwo Jima, "eight square miles of volcanic rock," as an intermediate air 
hrough live footage from World War II, shows capture of the island from the Japanese, 
lized by the planting of the U.S. flag on Mount Sunbachi. A 1952 production, (nbc/usn; lucf) 



OOED TEARS 

85 minutes 2 reels 98972 color:$41.75 

ts cases filmed inside a California youth detention center, demonstrating the nature of problems 
in the notion of rehabilitation. Hugo Award, Chicago Film Festival. Note: Street language and 
e throughout may offend some viewers. A 1978 production, (chu) 

J 1ING BASIC SKILLS WITH FILM 

,siil! i 85 minutes C77018 color:$ 10.00 

.mill B77018 color:$ 10.00 

lips im clips in an explanation of how film furnishes the creative motivation, the interest level and 
i)U« sonal involvement for varied uses of language skills. Teacher John Matoian explains how he has 
ese clips in actual classes, and what results he has obtained. A 1980 production, (lea) 



TECHNIQUES IN HANGING WALLPAPER 

h-c-a 21 minutes 56699 color: $18.00 

How to strip old wallpaper, prepare surfaces, select, match and hang new paper are explained and 
demonstrated. Covers straight and drop patterns, necessary equipment, how to choose a starting point, 
and the best sequence for ease of operation. A 1981 production, (cec) 

TEENAGE HOMOSEXUALITY 

h-c-a 11 minutes 56832 color: $11.50 

Interviews and discussion with homosexual teens and their parents bring out attitudes and problems in 
socializing in a culture whose value system is heterosexual. Produced for CBS News "30 Minutes" in 
1980. (cbs; cal) 

TEENAGE PARENTS 

j-h-c-a 12 minutes 56721 color: $11.50 

Interviews two couples who married because of unplanned pregnancies: they discuss their feelings, their 
adjustments, their objective assessmment of their situation. One couple, now having two children, still 
lives with their parents, trying to finish high school. A CBS "30 Minute" program, produced in 1980. 
(cbs; crm / megh) 

TEENAGE PREGNANCY: NO EASY ANSWERS 

j-h-c-a 22 minutes 56667 color:$ 17.00 

Susan, fifteen, unmarried and pregnant, must decide what is best for her and the child she carries. The 
options are adoption, abortion, marriage and single parenting — and she doesn't want any of them. A 
1980 production, (ab) 

TEENAGE SHOPLIFTING 

j-h-c-a 11 minutes 56741 color:$ 11.00 

Studies aspects of the increasing problem of teen entry into crime by this activity: half of the 
shoplifting in the country is done by this age group. Interviews in Michigan with youngsters who have 
been caught assess their reasoning, their changes in attitude. Interviews with security personnel 
describe measures taken by store owners, disciplinary measures taken by the law, results of criminal 
records, and so on. A CBS "30 Minutes" program, produced in 1980. (cbs; crm / megh) 

TEENAGE SUICIDE: DON'T TRY IT! 

j-h 60 minutes 2 reels 70624 color: $29. 25 

Gives statistics on the teen suicide epidemic, up 250% in the five years preceding 1981. Five case 
histories constitute the narration: four who failed in the attempt to kill themselves, and one who 
succeeded. U.S. success rate current in the year of the film's production was eighteen teen suicides 
daily, out of 57 attempts. From a banker's coddled daughter to a victim of child abuse, a few of those 
who failed tell how they happened to try. A 1981 production, (alapr; fi) 

TEENAGE SUICIDE: IS ANYONE LISTENING? 

h-c-a 22 minutes 56665 color: $ 17.00 
Two teenagers, a boy and a girl, each of whom has attempted suicide, tell their stories. Intended for 
teenagers whose problems seem too big, and for friends who may be able to help. A 1980 production. 
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TEETH: SOME FACTS TO CHEW ON 

i-j 14 minutes 50740 color: $14. 50 

Identifies kinds of teeth, their components, and the roles for which their design fits them. Prescribes 
methods of proper care, explaining ways in which they protect teeth and gums. A 1981 production, 
(cec) 

TEST TUBE BABIES: A DAUGHTER FOR JUDY 

h-c-a 57 minutes 2 reels 70588 color: $28. 50 

Follows the case of the first American couple to have a child by in vitro fertilization, from the initial 
interview through the birth. In the words of the couple, and of the doctor in charge, those aspects 
usually considered controversial are dealt with openly and tastefully. Shows the careful methodology 
(including the extraction of the live egg) and explains what sort of case makes this procedure 
necessary. A 1982 production, (wgbh/tvsi; tlf) 

TET! (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 15) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84950 mixed: $19.00 

Film sale: $495.00 
Examines the watershed event of the war, a spectacular and bloody offensive, brought directly to 
American home television — a fact whose results cannot be overestimated. Tet was the lunar new year, 
a traditional time of celebration and cease-fire. The communist strategy was to reverse that and 
previous customs and strategies, using the festive occasion to send advance troops, disguised, into 
cities, striking 100 towns, 64 district capitals, destroying the South's governmental structure and 
undermining their faith in American aid. President Johnson, having replaced a Secretary of Defense who 
had begun to disagree with his policy, finds the new one in disagreement after one month, and cedes to 
the anti-war sentiment. A 1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 

THESAURUS [CEREBRAL REPRESENTATION OF KNOWLEDGE] (LA 

c-a 



REPRESENTATION CEREBRALE DE LA CONNAISSANCE) 

29 minutes 3 A" U-Matic K00088 



color: $28.00 
Cassette Sale: $26 1.00 
Examines the question, "How do experiences leave 'marks' in the brain which may be referred to as 
learning?" Animation shows the establishment of 'circuits' in given areas of the brain, and illustrates 
how these eventually begin to interact, enhancing the meaning of sounds to words and of words to 
concepts. Shows how damage by cerebral lesions can interrupt various skills in some patients: language 
and shape recognition in particular, (jabo) 

THEMES: THE DAY WHEN NOTHING MADE SENSE 

i-j-h 10 minutes 56697 color:$ 11.75 

Fate scrambles the circumstances of Mike's life to resemble the lack of order in his writing, until he 



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comes to understand that without order and logic, nothing is possible. A 1981 production, (cec) 

THE THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY 

c-a 28 minutes 81736 color:$ 10.00 

Reports successtul results of a project designed for the rehabilitation of geriatric patients in a mental 
hospital in Michigan. Aims of the project are to create a homelike atmosphere, a therapeutic milieu, and 
to involve the patients in recreational and vocational activities designed to help them lead more normal 
and rewarding lives in the community after the period of their hospitalization ends. A 1968 production, 
(umi; apa) 

THERE IS NO CRISIS 

h-c-a 29 minutes 83866 color:$18.75 

Examines the abuses of human rights which occur under the South African government's policy of 
apartheid, which legalizes segregation and makes racial discrimination a fact of life. Focuses on 
Soweto, the Black township outside Johannesburg, where students are in revolt against this continuing 
oppression. The government, using violence and detainment without charges, continues to assert that 
there is no crisis. A 1976 production, (thtv; bon) 

34 YEARS AFTER HITLER 

h-c-a 19 minutes 56830 color: $15.50 

Films evidence of Neo-Nazi activities, now going on in at least eight countries. Young members tend to 
know few facts of the Hitler era; many deny that the holocaust occurred. Examines the vogue of 
re-issues of records — speeches and music; visits the Frankfurt Book Fair where one publisher 
specializes in nothing but such merchandise. Identifies a support group in Lincoln, Nebraska, which 
prints newspapers, posters, and various anti-Communist items. This group has a record of worldwide 
sales, donations and membership dues. After showing military sports group drills, ends with a quote 
from a 1923 Hew York Times editorial describing the same type of activity under Hitler as an exercise 
of "boy scouts fit for a comic opera." A 1979 production, (cbs; cal) 

THE 39 STEPS 

h-c-a 88 minutes 2 reels 98969 b&w: $26.00 

British mystery, most famous of Hitchcock's early pieces. Features a plot involving the breaking of a 
Scottish spy ring that calls itself 'The 39 Steps.' Freely adapted from a book of that title by John 
Buchan. A 1935 production, (gbf; fest) 

THIRTY YEARS OF FUN 

general 85 minutes 3 reels 77014 b&w:$31.75 

Footage grouped by "chapter" in clusters ranging from 1895 to 1925 shows both fiction and fact of 
these eras: Lillian Russell, the Rough Riders, the Wright Brothers; Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, 
President Wilson; the Jazz Age and the dance marathon. Includes footage from famous films such as 
THE PAWN SHOP, THE RINK, THE LOTTERY MAN, LUCKY DOG. A 1962 production, (rysp; cal) 



THIS IS BANGLADESH 

h-c-a 25 minutes 



84921 



color: $2 1.25 
Film sale:$375.00 
Cassette sale: $225. 00 
Shows that Bangladesh is dependent on the balance of nature — a late monsoon can spell disaster and 
so can flooding, cyclones and tidal waves, and the ocean is forever eroding the fragile lands of the 
Ganges Delta. Feeding and housing refugees from natural disasters is an ever-present problem. Its 
people are the strength of this agrarian country. Recent discoveries of natural gas and oil help the 
growth of local industries: tea, jute and lumber. However, the film stresses that international aid is still 
crucial for the development of Bangladesh. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

THIS ONE FOR DAD 

h-c-a 18 minutes 57039 color:$14.25 

Chronicles the struggle of an adolescent to accept the illness and death of his father. Almost a track 
star, David could be a winner, but is paralysed by his feelings about his dying father. Having withdrawn 
from everyone and everything but running, he is not able even to devote his whole effort to that. Death 
comes right before the biggest track meet of the year, and David decides to run. His victory is a double 
one. A 1978 production, (paul) 

[THORACIC TRAUMA] (LE TRAUMA THORACIQUE "BANAL") 

c-a 27 minutes %" U-Matic K00052 color: $28.00 

Cassette Sale: $198.00 
Shows treatment of an accident victim who suffered bilateral rib fractures, a double fracture of the left 
humerus, and severe throacic trauma. Therapeutic sequence includes intercostal anaesthesia, pleural 
drainage, puncture and lavage of the peritoneum, artifical ventilation by the double Venturi system. 
Delineates the decisions for extubation and care through the 11th day. A 1978 production, (jabo) 

THREE APPROACHES TO PSYCHOTHERAPY, SERIES I 
An actual patient consented to be filmed in an initial therapeutic session with 
each of three psychiatrists, demonstrating for the viewer three very different 
styles of approach to treatment. Format for each film is 1) a description of 
the theory on which the treatment style is based, 2) the filmed encounter of 
client and therapist, and 3) the therapist's analysis and evaluation of that 
encounter. Part 3 also includes the patient's evaluation of her three 
encounters. A 1965 production, (psyf) 

THREE APPROACHES TO PSYCHOTHERAPY - 1, Part 1: CARL ROGERS 

c-a 48 minutes 90354 color: $22. 00 

Dr. Rogers has called his approach 'client-centered' therapy. His belief is that a therapeutic process 
occurs inevitably in the proper climate, and that the climate consists of: 1) being real in relating, 2) 
offering the client an accepting, non-possessive caring, and 3) managing a sensitive and accurate 
intellectual entry into the patient's world of experience. A 1965 production, (psyf) 



THREE APPROACHES TO PSYCHOTHERAPY - 1, Part 2: FREDERICK PERLS 

c-a 33 minutes 90355 color:$20. L 

Dr. Perls' approach is known as 'Gestalt' therapy, because its aim is to confront the patient with ft! 
own real state, and to force him to deal with it in a real way. "Any interpretation is a therapeuliB 
mistake," says Perls. "I manipulate and frustrate the patient to confront himself.. .to rely on his o\ 
resources." In the patient filmed in this interview, initial responses are fear and anger. A 191 1 
production, (psyf) 

THREE APPROACHES TO PSYCHOTHERAPY - 1, Part 3: ALBERT ELLIS 

c-a 37 minutes 90356 color: $20. 

Dr. Ellis' therapy is designated 'rational-emotive.' It is based on the premise that the only part 
individual's life over which he can have any control is his thinking. When he can be shown that his o 
verbal-rational habits are causing the negative emotional-behavioral results he finds displeasing, t 
can motivate change. The second premise is that action is absolutely necessary for change. Patiei 
agree on goals, and are given specific 'assignments' to try in relational contexts, and to report on 
future therapy. A 1965 production, (psyf) 



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THREE FAMILES OF JERUSALEM (MAN'S RELIGIOUS QUEST) 

h-c-a 24 minutes 85131 color: $20 

Introduces one family from each of the three great religious traditions which consider Jerusalem "k 
city." The Jewish faith is represented by the Ansbacher family, who show some of their customs?: 
who emphasize that for them, the essence of their faith is brotherly love. The Roman Catholic tradit 
is represented by a family of Arab descent, the Daabouls, who emphasize the personal example of Ch 
in Jerusalem. Muslim faith is exemplified by the Dakkak family, who see it as a way to fill the mind » 
wisdom and prayer. For all three families, the family relationships are the means of transmission r 
practice in the heart of the community. A 1977 production, (openu; mg) 

THE THREE STATES OF MATTER (CHEM 101) 

c-a 19 minutes %" U-Matic C00120 color:$3t\ 

Cassette Sale: $16i 
Begins with a short introduction on how any particular substance, such as water, can exist as a f 
liquid or solid, depending on the conditions of temperature and pressure. A heating curve for wate 
drawn and the concepts of heat of fusion and heat of vaporization introduced. A short descnptioi 
the earth's atmosphere follows, leading into a definition of atmospheric pressure. Using a barorm 
and a vacuum pump, demonstrates Boyle's Law and Charles' Law. In this section, graphs of volume ' 
temperature and pressure vs. temperature depict the theory and the experiment, (ui) 



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THE CHILD! (A TRAVERS LE MIROIR: UNE ETUDE SUR LA DECOUVERTE DE F K' 
L'IMAGE DE SOI CHEZ L'ENFANT 

c-a 22 minutes %" U-Matic K00053 b&w:$2lf± 

Cassette Sale: $19, 
Summarizes results of a study which involved filming 18 sets of twins, sometimes in interaction wi 
one-way mirror, and sometimes with a window having the twin on the opposite side. At age 11 mor 
they perceive the space and the mirror image as real; at age 18 months they show perplexity 
exploratory behavior; at age 30 months they have still not quite grasped the self-image concept A )' 
production, (jabo) 



TIBILDO 

h-c-a 



17 minutes 



56912 



color: $1 
Film sale:$25 
Cassette sale: $15 
Recounts the rehabilitation of landless peasants, especially those who have migrated to the cil 
Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. Old Santo Domingo and new urban developments 
contrasted with the teeming slums that have arisen as rural people migrate in search of work. Thr 
the initiative of the Dominican Agrarian Reform Institute, one such migrant, Tibildo, is resettled, l{ 
agricultural skills, gets decent housing and learns to market vegetables through a cooperative The 
emphasizes the importance of self-help. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



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TIMBERLINE 

h-c-a 15 minutes 56977 color:$1 m;^ 

Presents flora and fauna typical of timberhne country in the Canadian Rockies. Monkshood, paintb fin 
and monkey flowers are shown in bloom in the meadows. Describes and films the blue grouse i 
establishes and defends his territory. Discusses the effect of avalanches and weather on planl 
animal life. A 1981 production, (karv; befi) 



TIME CHANGES THE LAND: THE GEOLOGICAL STORY OF ZION-BRYCE IN 
SOUTHERN UTAH (CAPTIONED) 

j-h-c-a 23 minutes 57034 color:$\ 

Captioning makes content accessible to hearing impaired audiences. For description, see original i 
A 1962 production, (php; mcfi) 



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TIME FOR SURVIVAL 

j-h-c-a 25 minutes 84702 color:$ 

Man's tendency to standardize environments has life-threatening implications, brought out in this 
His 'simplifications,' wrought for his own immediate idea of convenience, have drastically altere 
delicate ecological balance of earth and brought about the extinction of many species. A vi: 
appealing statement about environmental stability, and an eloquent plea for concern. A 1979 re 
(natas; phpr) 



A TIME OF CHANGE: THE CALCULUS (HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS) 

c-a 24 minutes 85142 color.t 

Identifies, by means of sketches on a European map, precursors in the development of calculus, a 
five problems raised by astronomer Johann Kepler. Covers subsequent developments leading to N 
and Leibnitz, including Oresme, Galileo, Toncelli, Mersenne, Roberval, Fermat, Pascal, Huygens, 
Wallis, and Isaac Barrow. Topics discussed are the method of indivisibles, the area under a cyi 



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MELESS GAME 

28 minutes 83812 color:$ 18.75 

s an almost poetic explanation of cricket, a nearly unexplamable game: its rituals, customs, and 
emphasize its timeless nature. Dramatizes historical reenactments in costume of this "ballet of 
ball." Comments include reasons for rule changes and scorekeeping, the influences of gambling, 
rcially sponsored players, and gentlemen players. Newsreels and historic film footage of 
n and international flavor are combined with topical music and scenes depicting the important 
spectators of the games, (thtv; bon) 



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ermat's tangent method and calculation of areas, Huygen's study of the pendulum, rectification 
semi-cubical parabola, and the inverse relation between tangents and quadrature. A 1974 
ion. (openu; mg) 



E TO BE BRAVE 

28 minutes 85023 color:$22. 75 

wilderness plot and an Indian family to show a young girl's victory over fear. Their only link with 
side world is the huge and frightening train, which once took her sick mother away, never to 
Now, it has taken her brother away to school. She and her father are left alone, and when he is 
she must flag the train to get the help he requires. A 1982 production, (fw/cbc; befi) 



LP THEM LEARN 

21 minutes 56065 color: NC 

W U-Matic C56065 color: NC 

low media can bring historical and contemporary situations into the classroom, providing ways 
motivate and to teach the basics in reading, math, science and other subject areas. In 
ary and secondary schools, classroom teachers, media specialists, and students discuss and 
trate the use of films, multi-media kits, filmstrips, audiotapes, instructional television, and 
edia. A 1977 production, (aect antfampr) 



fE WITH DIGNITY 

29 minutes 82507 color:$ 10.00 

a three-month project in milieu therapy carried out in Michigan with 20 confused and 
l, s " (I ted elderly persons who have been institutionalized for a long time. Goals were to increase 
iss of the world, with the eventual aim of self-sufficiency. Therapeutic strategies included 
,j| ■ Aation, physical exercise, voice control lessons, group crafts, music and practice in self-care, 
was slow and unequal, but occurred throughout the group. A 1972 production, (umi; apa) 



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VE A LIFE: TRAUMA CENTERS 

30 minutes 84876 color:$ 17.50 

s the need for and the establishment of trauma centers, a more expert and sophisticated 
cy facility for serious cases. Since the establishment of the program, deaths from serious injury 
reased by an annual figure of 17,000. Previous to the existence of this type of facility, 20,000 
ied annually because the type of care they needed to save them was not quickly available in 
ergency rooms. Discusses the preparation for the new degree of Doctor of Emergency Medicine, 
crisis in federal funding for the program. Hosted by Hugh Downs. A 1980 production, (abc) 



IN TENNESSEE 

13 minutes 57 1 12 color:$ 15. OO 

its Nissan's entry into truck production in America, using American workers and training them 
ese methods. A uniquely successful experiment in transfer of the 'team spirit' to an 
ent conditioned by labor-management conflict. A 1982 production, (cbs; cal) 



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!ROW CAME MUCH LATER: A JOURNEY OF CONSCIENCE 

58 minutes 2 reels 70529 color: $37. 50 

ts the journey of a group of Cleveland Heights High School students to the Nazi concentration 

camps that were the sites of the holocaust. The students are accompanied by a woman who 

ng the first Jewish Slovak prisoners there at the age of thirteen, and who has consented to go 

i free person in the company of her son. Narrated by Ed Asner. A 1981 production, (wviz; cec) 



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/ 1 minutes 050 12 color:$ 1 1. 75 

philosophizes in his diary about life being like a circle, younger classmates take up a dance to 
Round." Hard things about growing up include learning right from left, reflected in the song 
e, "Backwards Again." Feelings about being left out are examined in a dramatization and song, 
l . i n't I Go to the Party?" "Starship" captures the dreams of potential young navigators, and the 

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19 minutes 



84638 



color:$14.50 



rama of the Pacific theatre in World War II, where only one of a U.S. reconnaisance patrol 
Stars Michael Came, Cliff Robertson and Henry Fonda. A 1969 production, (abc) 



PROSTHESIS OF THE HIP] (PROSTHESES TOTALES DE LA HANCHE) 

30 minutes %" U-Matic K00054 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $270.00 
Ithe principle of madriporic prosthesis, which eliminates, along with chemical intermediaries, 
\\ of infection. Shows types of caps, and, by means of X-ray, prostheses in place, diagramming 
jd distribution of pressure. Explains how osteogenic growth helps fasten the device in place, 
actual operation, a post-operative X-ray, and muscular postural rehabilitation therapy. 
I problems of young patients with extensive damage. A 1978 production, (jabo) 



A TOUCH OF SENSITIVITY 

h-c-a 50 minutes 2 reels 70564 color:$27.25 

Resumes what research established about touching and touch deprivation in animals and humans. 
Shows the effects of short and long term deprivation in monkeys: body functions are all measurably 
disturbed, including the immune system. Physical dysfunctions persist even in reversal of deprivation: 
brain damage was evident in the sparsity of dendrites and neurons on tissue examination. Visits the 
psychiatric unit for disturbed adolescents in Britain where touch therapy has proven the first really 
effective approach in reducing property damage and violent encounters. Touches on the role of pets in 
the recovery of heart attack patients. Resumes experiments in public encounters. A 1979 production, 
(bbc; fi) 

THE TOUGHEST BARRIER 

j-h-c-a 15 minutes 50744 color:$15.25 

Presents spontaneous moments from the lives of four handicapped adults, studying how they respond in 
social situations. The 'toughest barrier' is often the attitude or expectation of the 'normal' person. 
Maintains a positive focus on obtaining maximum fulfillment and independence. A 1981 production, 
(cec) 

[TOXOPLASMOSIS] (LA TOXOPLASMOSE) 

c-a 27 minutes %" U-Matic K00055 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $243.00 
Delineates the biological transmission cycle of toxoplasmosis, which took researchers seventy years to 
understand. First identified in Tunis, this crescent-shaped protozoan parasite is responsible for a major 
human illness, transmissible to the fetus in pregnancy, causing death or physical abnormality and 
psychomotor retardation. Spiramycin is designated the only safe treatment in this instance, but no cure 
nor vaccine is known. A 1975 production, (jabo) 

THE TRAIL (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 10) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84945 mixed:$ 19.00 

Film sale: $495. 00 
Views the 1500-mile network of mountain paths known as the Ho Chi Minh Trail, from its inception in 
1959 when, one journalist estimates, it took six months to go from one end to the other, to its final 
form as a well-organized system with its own repair and rest stations, taking six weeks for the same 
journey. This was achieved in spite of eight years of steady bombing by the U.S. (two hundred attacks 
a day at peak effort.) Interviews U.S. soldiers on the experience of fighting a conventional style of war 
against a guerilla style of response. A 1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 

TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS: BETTER COMMUNICATION FOR ORGANIZATIONS 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84845 color:$ 17.25 

The president of American Arilines discusses how a program called "T.A.C.T. — Transactional Analysis 
in Customer Treatment" — enabled his firm to improve communication and customer satisfaction. 
Vignettes demonstrate the program in action, while its principles are reviewed. A 1978 production, (hip; 
dai) 

TRANSPORTATION: A BASIC NEED 

p-i 12 minutes 56768 color: $ 12.50 

Defines transportation and shows all the usual (and many unusual) modes of it in operation. Mentions 
and shows a number of transportation-related occupations. A 1980 production, (ody; eb) 

TRAUMA CARE: A LIFE AT STAKE 

h-c-a 23 minutes 84886 color: $17. 25 

Covers the latest first aid procedures for several types of trauma: drowning, stab wounds, bone 
fractures, severe bleeding, burns. Emphasizes the type of mistakes untrained rescuers are apt to make. 
Gives trauma statistics (one of every four Americans is affected yearly) and urges viewers to learn to 
deal with it. A 1978 production, (jrp / chca; aims) 

THE TRAUMA PATIENT 

h-c-a 20 minutes 56584 color:$ 18.00 

Assessment priorities and action priorities (how to tell what to do and the order in which it should be 
done) are reviewed for various kinds of serious injuries. Descriptions of the management of situations 
where the airway is blocked, where the head and spine are injured, where wounds are leaking air, and 
in cases of serious burns are reviewed in picture and narration. A 1978 production, (pyr with mecip) 

[TRAUMATIC RUPTURE OF THE AORTA AND ITS BRANCHES] (LES RUPTURES 
TRAUMATIQUES DE L'AORTE THORACIQUE ET DE SES BRANCHES) 



c-a 



20 minutes %" U-Matic 



K00056 



color:$28.00 
Cassette Sale: $180.00 
Reviews an accident case where surgeons, repairing a ruptured diaphragm, discover a ruptured aorta. 
Shows the repair, sutured over teflon felt — the first repair of its kind. Illustrates some diagnostic 
procedures, including angiocardiogram. Shows actual surgery, with procedures for partial and total 
extracorporeal circulation. Follows the case of an aneurism requiring total extracorporeal circulation 
with hypothermia. Recommends X-ray of all chest injuries. A 1970 production, (jabo) 

TRIGGER FILMS ON AGING 

c-a 15 minutes 52582 color: $10.00 

Presents five short vignettes designed to eliminate thoughtless behaviors which injure the feelings and 
self-esteem of the aging. Designed to allow discussion break following each vignette. A 1971 production, 
(umi; apa) 

THE TROUBLE WITH ANGELS 

j-h-c-a 112 minutes 3 reels 98926 color: $5 1.00 

Dramatizes the school years of one graduating class at St. Francis Academy for girls, focusing on the 
friendship of two who are particularly mischievous, and on their growth in interaction with the nuns. 
Features Rosalind Russell as Mother Superior, Hayley Mills as the chief mischief, who finds a surprising 
vocation. Directed by Ida Lupino. Based on a novel by Jane Trahey. A 1966 production, (ca; tlf) 



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THE TROUBLE WITH MISS SWITCH 

p-i-j 48 minutes 2 reels 70544 color:$25.00 

Animated adaptation ol Barbara Brooks Wallace's book by the same title. Miss Switch, the best teacher 
at Rupert and Amelia's school, seems to do things by magic. In fact, she does — but she is in danger 
from the evil head witch, Saturna, and only Rupert and Amelia can save her. A 1979 production, (rusp; 
abc) 

THE TROUBLE WITH RAPE 

h-c-a 28 minutes 83670 color: $18.75 

Explores the misconceptions concerning rape and how those misconceptions work against the victim. 
Uses interviews with three women of varying age and station in life, illustrating that rape can happen to 
any woman at any time. Reveals how the double standards and myths perpetuated by both men and 
women in society leaves the woman without support, even when her assailant pleads guilty. A 1975 
production, (thtv; bon) 

TROUBLED KIDS: THE MENTAL HOSPITAL SCHOOL AND THE COMMUNITY 

c-a 23 minutes 52578 b&w:$ 10.00 

Shows classrooms, therapeutic sessions and staff meetings in a mental hospital's educational program 
attended both by hospitalized youngsters and by youngsters from the community who have emotional 
disorders. Intended to demonstrate the therapeutic potential of such schools. A 1970 production, 
(wwmp; apa) 

THE TROUBLES [1]: CONQUEST 

h-c-a 30 minutes C00035 color: $23.25 

Studies the historic and ideological bases for the conflict in Northern Ireland. Traces the formation of a 
uniquely Gaelic culture through the merger of Pict, Celt, Viking, Norman and Roman Catholic traditions. 
Britain, over the years, deliberately fostered the growth of an Anglo-Scottish Protestant landowning 
class in the north, basis of the current bitterness and complex conflict. Covers the story up through 
1690; includes contemporary footage of fighting, (thtv; bon) 

THE TROUBLES [2]: RISING 

h-c-a 30 minutes C00036 color: $23. 25 

Describes Dublin and its environs (psychological and political) at the turn of the century. Shows how 
the lines were being drawn: Protestant/industrial/rich/powerful/urban over against 
Catholic/labor/poor/oppressed/rural. Summarizes Gladstone's role in home rule, Asquith's role in later 
attempt at compromise, effects of World War I. Covers events through 1916 when the execution of 
some Irish rebel leaders changed the whole atmosphere and brought the conflict out of control, (thtv; 
bon) 

THE TROUBLES [3] : PARTITION 

h-c-a 30 minutes C00037 color: $23 25 

Covers inflammatory role of British "black and tan," Lloyd George's virtual imposition of partition as a 
"solution," which led to civil war. Explains the atrocious implications of the "Special Powers Act" of 
1922, the effect of the world recession of the 1930's, the way in which the 1935 rioting confirmed the 
feeling of the Irish Catholics that they were "outsiders" in their own country, (thtv; bon) 

THE TROUBLES [4] : REBELLION 

h-c-a 30 minutes C00038 color: $23 25 

Investigates role of media coverage in the '60's stating, "Prior to 1968, not much real information was 
getting out: coverage emphasized commonality, ignoring the real problem." Summarizes activities of Ian 
Paisley, Protestant leader O'Neill, Unionist leader Clark. The availability of television reception made 
events of America's Civil Rights movement immediate and powerful elements in the escalation of the 
problem, (thtv; bon) 

THE TROUBLES [5] : INTERVENTION 

h-c-a 30 minutes C00039 color: $23 25 

Begins August, 1969 with the first use ot tear gas: a three-day siege of a Catholic district by Protestant 
police, where the police lost control and the district was burned. Covers efforts to negotiate, and then 
failure. Examines the role of the British army, whose weapons searches antagonized both Protestants 
and Catholics. Includes footage of a demonstration against the British army by the Catholic women of 
Belfast, who get water hoses turned on them for their trouble, (thtv; bon) 

THE TROUBLES [6] : DEADLOCK 

h-c-a 30 minutes C00040 color: $23. 25 

Reviews 1970's from the point where "sectarian killings became a fact of daily life," through "Bloody 
Friday" of 1972. Traces the defeat of the 1973 White Paper on power-sharing, the most sophisticated 
attempt at compromise, whose defeat led to the resignation of the Unionist leaders. Ends with the 
Pope's 1979 visit, showing his eloquent plea for peace, (thtv; bon) 

TRUMAN AND CONTAINMENT (AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY SERIES) 

h-c-a 15 minutes 56680 b&w:$ 13.25 

Carefully selected newsreel footage presents a look at American foreign policy during the Truman 
administration. Examines implications of the use of the atomic bomb, the Truman Doctrine and the 
Marshall Plan. Analyses basis of the formation of NATO, covers the confrontation in Korea. A 1981 
production, (eb) 

TURKEY SHOOT (VICTORY AT SEA #17) 

h-c-a 27 minutes 85193 b&w:$17.25 

Reviews with live footage the battles for the Marianas Islands in the South Pacific. Opens on Guam in 
the late 1930's. Shows initial Japanese victories, recapture of Guam by the U.S. and its furnishing as a 
major air base. Title designates the day 400 Japanese planes were downed. Shows reconstruction on 
Guam after the Japanese defeat. A 1952 production, (nbc/usn; lucf) 

TURNING POINTS: A PROFILE OF THREE ADULT WOMEN IN COLLEGE 

h-c-a 35 minutes 84655 color:$22.00 

Interviews three mothers of families, each of whom has decided to return to school. Loretta, mother of 



five, tells how she happened to choose her curriculum in nursing, what it has meant. Joyce, ■ 
parent with a small son, tells how she has managed to return to school to study secretarial scie 
how it has helped her self-esteem. Earline, whose husband was disabled while serving on the Ni 
police force, recounts her feelings and choices, and their results. The families are filmed 
situations, and share with viewers their opinions and methods of coping. A 1978 production, 
pers) 



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TUZLA, THE SINKING TOWN 

h-c-a 23 minutes 



56913 



color: 
Film sale:$ 
Cassette sale:$ 
Shows that Tuzla, Yugoslavia, a pleasant old Bosnian town, is literally sinking at the rate of 1 
month. Soil subsidence is due to underground salt mines. Scientists ignored warnings over thi 
and between 1941 and 1975 the ground dropped eight meters. Cracks have appeared in most 
eventually making them uninhabitable. Public buildings, including a hotel, army club, court of 
school and mosque, have been demolished. Rehousing in modern apartments is adequate 
substitute for old homes. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



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TWO GIRLS CALLED EVE 

i-j 18 minutes 57035 color: 

Films the development of an acquaintance into a friendship, the threat to its exclusiveness by 
party, the growth which confirms it and makes room for others. Musical background and 
sounds. Without narration or dialog. A 1973 production, (thtv; bon) 



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TWO STARS AND A LOT OF MUSIC 

h-c-a 44 minutes W U-Matic C85198 color: 

Records a live performance, concert jazz, featuring George Shearing at the piano and SI 

Grappelli on the violin. Solos and duets include Flamingo, Walkin' My Baby Back Home, Sweet J 

Brown, Spain, and La Chanson des Rues. Performers introduce their own numbers, (tcul) 



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THE TYRANNY OF CONTROL (FREE TO CHOOSE, [2]) 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 70593 color. 

Brings illustrations to bear on Adam Smith's assertion that people left free to act in their own e 
self-interest will, on the average, act in a way that benefits society as a whole. Uses exampl 
Britain, Japan, India. Asserts that American complaints against unfair competition from foreign 
are really a plea for special privilege. Includes a brief explanation of foreign exchange rates 
operation of the money market. Urges constitutional restrictions on the power of governrr 
interfere in free markets. Reel 2 debates the principal points of controversy. A 1979 proi 
(wqln/vida; pennc) 



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[UJAMAA]: NOEL'S LEMONADE STAND 

/-/' 8 minutes 05023 color. 

Stylized animation portrays the ingenuity of Noel, a city teen who needs a job, in getting a refr 1 
stand started which turns into a neighborhood cross-cultural cooperative. The Swahili titli 
"together." A 1981 production, (ngsa; befi) 






UJAMAA VILLAGES 

h-c-a 23 minutes 



84922 



color 
Film sale:i 
Cassette sale:i 
Examines Ujamaa villages, collective communities gathering scattered rural homesteaders 
central social services in Tanzania. Working together, they improve agriculture with animal hu 
poultry raising and dairy farming, and practice woodworking, arts and crafts. Mobile tea 
villagers build homes of durable materials. The Tanzanian Housing Bank gives loans. Film pc 
that ten ox-teams can do the work of one tractor, and are simpler and cheaper. A 1976 pro 
(unchs; ui) 



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UJIMA: [MODUPE AND THE FLOOD] 

/-; 5 minutes 05024 color 

Animates a Nigerian tale of caring and its rewards: Modupe lives alone on the mountain, so nig! 
can see the dam burst up the river. To get a message down to his friends below in tim !:::■ 
impossible, but he hits upon the idea of setting fire to his house, knowing they will come to I s: 
others are saved in their effort to help him. The Swahili title means "building community." 
production, (ngsa; befi) 



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[ULCERATIVE COLITIS] (LA RECTOCOLITE HEMORRAGIQUE) 

c-a 16 minutes %" U-Matic K00076 color 

Cassette Sale: I 
Examines instances of this disease, which remains of unknown origin, striking young adu 
frequently. Appearance of an ulcerated intestine under barium X-ray is shown. Sum 
recommended diet and treatments, which may include relaxants, steroid retention enemas, 
therapy, or psychotherapy as indicated. Complete recovery is rare, but long periods of remi: 
possible. Follows one serious case through a total colectomy with ileostomy. Gives p 
differentiation from Crohn's Disease. A 1977 production, (jabo) 



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UMOJA: TIGER AND THE BIG WIND 

/'-/ 8 minutes 05025 coloi 

A Br'er Rabbit folk tale typical of 'trickster tales,' in which a weaker or smaller animal wir 
larger, stronger one by means of his wits. The Swahili title means 'unity,' and the story illustr 
all the other animals work together to keep Br'er Tiger from hoarding all the food. A 1979 pn 
(ngsa; befi) 



UNCLE SAM MAGOO 

general 28 minutes 85057 coloi 

Magoo takes viewers on a tour of American history: discovery, first Thanksgiving, Paul Re 
Spirit of '76, the Boston Tea Party, Betsy Ross and the flag, the composition of the national 



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V-BELTS AND V-BELT DRIVES (ENERGY CONVERSION, PRIME MOVERS AND TRANSACTIONAL SYSTEMS SERIES) / 83 



Irockett, the Alamo, the Civil War, Benjamin Franklin, the railroad, the gold rush, quotes from 
* Americans, the moon landing, and the pledge to the flag. Also available in long version. A 1970 
.;* tion. (upap; mcfi) 



RSTANDING AGGRESSION 

23 minutes 52564 b&w:$ 10.00 

les the problems of psychiatric nurses in handling aggressive patients, giving suggestions for 
ig and interpreting such behavior, and for avoiding attitudes and actions which contribute to it. 
in a hospital in England. A 1960 production, (bmh; apa) 



SY ALLIES (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 8) 

26 minutes 84943 mixed:$ 19.00 

Film sale: $495. 00 

, the negative effects on the south Vietnamese of the importance of "a superpower technology 
overwhelming culture" represented by the presence there, over several years, of 2 % million 
ans. Focuses on Saigon, "fun cabin. ..bizarre contrast" to the fighting only a few miles away. 
— attitude changes wrought by American wealth and lifestyles. Gives assessment of American 
ter by Premier Kieh, who advised them to fight to win because they lacked staying power, 
itimated and failed to depend on their South Viet Nam allies, and kept mutual understanding at 
1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 



ISHED BUSINESS 

28 minutes 



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85098 color: $16. 75 

SSful young businessman, too busy to get to know his aging father, is called home to California 
ew York by his father's heart attack. At first he senses only the inconvenience, but as he 
ly gets to know and enjoy his father as a person, his attitude changes. A 1980 production. 



ENDLY FLORA AND FAUNA 

3/ 15 minutes 56701 color:$14.75 

snakes, stinging insects and spiders potentially harmful to man are identified and shown in 



M j ) photography. Safety and remedial measures are described. A 1980 production, (cec) 



D ARAB EMIRATES: BEDOUIN SETTLEMENTS 

10 minutes 56953 color:$ 13.00 

Film sale:$ 150.00 
Cassette sale:$90.00 
ie life of Bedouin tribes, introducing changes that have been brought to their nomadic traditions 
udden wealth of the United Arab oil-producing nations. Shows settlements provided by the 
of Housing and Planning for the resettlement of these tribes. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



Ink wn famine 

30 minutes 83677 color:$18.75 

nts the massive human tragedy brought on in Ethiopia in the early 1970's by the drought in 
— tWhen crops failed in rural areas, there was mass migration to the towns, seeking food and 

assistance. The influx of thousands was too much for the limited facilities. 50,000 had already 
xjlthe area when Thames Televsion was finally allowed to film this documentary. Average life 
sale icy in Ethiopia is 36 years. It was considerably shortened during this tragic period. Harrowing 

n refugee camps show children and adults who are literally only skin and bones, and for whom 
:. :: .- ;re no resources, even in the camps, but a cup of boiled wheat in the morning and a small piece 

in the afternoon. It had finally rained in the rural areas, but the rural population, too weak and 

oup, was already dying elsewhere. A 1973 production, (thtv; bon) 



SflSUNG SOLDIERS (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 23) 

26 minutes 84958 mixed:$ 19.00 

Film sale:$495.00 
he many difficult aspects of the readjustment of the Viet Nam war veteran to society on his 
cm \mericans wanted to forget: the veterans could not. Interviews several who were physically 
■| (including Max Cleland) and some whose scars were psychological. One says, "The war is 
nna be over for me. It's never gonna be over for any man that fought it." A 1980 production. 
leq; bon) 



CODE 

18 minutes 56577 color:$ 17.50 

!es motivation and reviews methods for fire inspectors. The owner of a restaurant, objecting to 

(?) jpection, rushes the inspector through: the inspector misses seeing damaged insulation on an 
I wire, which, later that night, causes a serious fire. Of businesses destroyed by fire, 43% 
open. Of those that reopen, 29% fail. Suggests what inspectors and public may do to help 

;, hese tragedies. A 1979 production, (pyr) 



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56914 



color: $12. 50 
Film sale:$ 135.00 
Cassette sale: $85. 00 
that 65 percent of the population of Dar el Salaam, Tanzania, are squatters, inhabiting 
A mud shanties lacking basic facilities. Since anti-squatter legislation was ineffective, plans were 
1973 to upgrade slums with basic infrastructure and services. Occupancy was legitimized. The 
Housing Bank financed improvement of exisiting dwellings and new construction, and 
ated displaced people. The film emphasizes self-help. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



-HIMA TARO 

12 minutes 05078 color:$ 12.00 

a Japanese legend vaguely parallel to the familiar tale of Shangri-La. Urashima Taro is a young 
fiU'lti, whose kindness to a turtle earns him a visit with Otohime, Princess of the Kingdom at the 
;i(^if\ the Sea. What he does not know is that one day in that kingdom is one hundred years on 



earth. When he insists on returning home, the Princess gives him a box with instructions not to open it. 
In the box is the gift of his youth. A 1979 production, (ab) 



URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND TRAFFIC 

h-c-a 18 minutes 



56915 



color:$17.75 
Film sale: $270. 00 
Cassette sale: $165. 00 
Uses maps, animation and on-the-spot footage to show how Munich, in the Federal Republic of 
Germany, has reformed its transportation system, making the historic city more liveable. Ring roads 
channel through-traffic congestion; residential and historic areas have pedestrian malls; an eight-line 
subway system coordinated with priority buses and trams connects the city center and outlying 
districts, while park-and-ride facilities encourage the use of public transportation. The film underlines 
how citizen cooperation makes these plans work. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND URBAN CLIMATE 

h-c-a 15 minutes 56916 color:$ 15.75 

Film sale:$225.00 
Cassette sale:$ 135.00 
Shows how heavy residential construction on hillsides above Stuttgart cut off the flow of fresh air, how 
smog built up in the bowl of the city, and how massive buildings effectively blocked channels of fresh 
air. To clean the air, Stuttgart banned hillside building, widened avenues to channel more fresh air, 
changed to clean energy sources, more parks and trees, and redesigned buildings for better cooling and 
insulation. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN HARMONY WITH OPEN LAND 

h-c-a 21 minutes 56917 color:$18.75 

Film sale:$3 15.00 
Cassette sale: $190. 00 
Explains how a small highly-developed, densely-populated country copes with urban sprawl. In Denmark 
strict legislation now controls development. The entire country is divided into rural and urban zones. 
Four major cities plus varied-growth towns balance villages and countryside. New urban and industrial 
development takes place only after scrupulous planning, and always in balance with "greenbelt" areas. 
In rural zones agricultural building takes priority. The Danish plan is not inflexible; revisions cope with 
changing needs, and Danes accept control as the only way to keep their country "a well-groomed 
garden". A 1976 production. (unchs;ui) 

URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN OLD AND NEW QUARTERS 

h-c-a 20 minutes 56918 color: $18. 50 

Film sale:$300.00 
Cassette sale: $180. 00 
Illustrates three kinds of urban development planning. In Cologne, Federal Republic of Germany, a 
low-income residential satellite near industries compatible with the environment has a variety of 
low-rise apartments designed to avoid the sterility of uniform blocks. Hanover renovated and 
modernized sturdy but outdated 19th century buildings. In Kempten, Bavaria, centuries-old houses 
beyond repair made way for new structures; only medieval houses were preserved and restored. The 
film shows the work of non-profit housing associations and stresses that modernization is cheaper than 
new building. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

URI GELLER - IS SEEING BELIEVING? 

h-c-a 45 minutes 2 reels 60580 color: $27. 50 

Investigates the claim that Uri Geller has telepathic and psychic powers which allow him to intuit what 
is in sealed envelopes and to bend metal by mind power. Interviews Geller, his mother, and some of his 
friends, and shows examples of the type of phenomenon by which the young Israeli drew the interest of 
the world. Includes exclusive material on the results of scientific tests of metal bent by "mind power" 
and by physical power, done at Cambridge and at London Universities. A 1975 production, (thtv; bon) 

[URINARY INFECTION IN THE CHILD] (L'INFECTION URINAIRE DE L'ENFANT) 

c-a 26 minutes %" U-Matic K00074 color:$28.00 

Cassette Sale: $234.00 
Presents difficulties in diagnosis, one of which is that symptoms vary with age. More frequent in boys 
up to age 2 months and girls from 2 months onward. Digestive involvement and fever usually 
accompany the condition in infants. Shows recommended equipment and explains procedures for 
specimen collecting and laboratory analysis, including microscopic examination of sediment after 
centrifugation, and antibiogram to determine the resistance of the bacterium to antibiotics. Lists 
preferred drugs and possible complications. Shows one surgical case. A 1972 production, (jabo) 

THE USER AND THE DATA BASE (COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS) 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84798 color: $20. 50 

Examines user alternative query forms in the context of an actual construction, including critical 
deadlines for the firm which is building an oil processing plant. Use of the London data base for 
scheduling information is necessitated by the quantities of data involved: three and a half thousand 
types of piping, for example, need to go to a hundred prefabrication sites and thence to the 
construction site, on fixed schedules. Loss of precious natural gas will occur if the plant is not ready on 
time. Compares the use of conventional programs in COBOL with the use of query language. A 1979 
production, (bbc / openu; umed) 

V-BELTS AND V-BELT DRIVES (ENERGY CONVERSION, PRIME MOVERS AND 
TRANSACTIONAL SYSTEMS SERIES) 

h-c-a 19 minutes 56941 color: $15.50 

Enumerates functions and advantages of v-belts, showing how they were developed from the principle 
of the wedge. Shows usual construction and materials, defines necessary vocabulary: sheave, friction, 
tension, arc of contact. Demonstrates figuring of effective tension by formula. Shows how to use drive 
tables, explains standard numbering system for belt sizes. Tells how a joined series of parallel belts was 
devised to counteract belt instability from pulsating loads. A 1975 production, (geop; lucf) 



84 / VD - PLAY IT SAFE 






VD - PLAY IT SAFE 

j-h-c 14 minutes 56619 color:$ 15.00 

Covers the nature, transmission, symptoms and results of the three main sexually transmitted diseases: 
gonorrhea, syphillls and herpes. Discusses prevention, treatment, and the responsiblity of reporting 
infection. Note: Due to the nature and treatment of the subject, it is strongly recommended that this 
film be previewed prior to presentation. A 1980 production, (gkp; cec) 

V.D.: THE LOVE BUG 

h-c-a 15 minutes 84924 color; $12. 50 

Reviews the facts in connection with Sexually Transmitted Diseases, listing eighteen of them and 
describing causes, spread, symptoms, and known cure if any. Deals with emotional problems, 
ignorance, and stigma. Summarizes research on new drugs. Emphasizes herpes, for which neither cure 
nor control is known. A 1979 production, (wabc; abc) 

VANCOUVER ISLAND 

j-h-c-a 25 minutes H00030VC color: $2 1.50 

Air photography introduces the 300-mile length of this locale, nicknamed "Island Eden". 7,000-foot 
mountains run its full length, but its temperature is moderated by the Japanese ocean current. 
Residents have made the most of this by laying out an elaborate series of English, Italian, and 
Japanese-style gardens which are world famous. Narration gives some history, British flavor, and 
information about accommodations, but prices given, being those of production date, are not valid. 
Shots include available recreation: salmon & trout fishing, spelunking, the "Loggers' Jamboree," the 
bathtub race. %" U-Matic videocassette. 75 (?) (bon; heri) 

VARIATIONS ON A THEME: SKELETAL ADAPTATION 

h-c-a 24 minutes 85120 color: $20. 50 

Defines and differentiates stress, strain with regard to bone structure; introduces terminology for 
expressing each. Examines stress effects on mammalian bones, and how these may have contributed to 
the adaptations shown. Shows convergent adaptation of muscle/bone development in flying and 
swimming animals, divergent adaptation in terrestrial mammals. Demonstrates how to measure forces 
that act on limb bones, and how these forces vary with size and speed. Carries out measured tensile 
tests on bone, contrasts bone structure in small and large mammals. A 1978 production, (openu; mg) 

[VASCULAR MICROSURGERY] (MICHROCHIRURGIE VASCULAIRE) 

c-a 14 minutes %" U-Matic K00057 color: $28.00 

Cassette Sale: $126.00 
Shows microsurgery for reimplantation of severed fingers, for the correction of fusion of chin to chest 
by a burn accident, and for loss of substance in an ankle, caused by cobalt therapy. Touches on the 
need for a biological agent to discourage platelet aggregation without discouraging clotting. Gives 
instructions for best preservation and transportation of severed members. Recommends organ banks. A 
1979 production, (jabo) 

VEGETABLES: FROM GARDEN TO TABLE 

j-h-c-a 18 minutes 51240 color: $17. 00 

Describes and demonstrates a variety of attractive methods for presenting vegetables at the table: raw, 
cooked by dry heat and moist heat methods, cooked by microwave, stir-fried, pan-fried, and fat-fried in 
tempura batter. Emphasizes accurate cooking times for the purpose of retaining maximum value of 
nutrients and taste. A 1981 production, (cec) 

THE VELDT 

j-h-c-a 24 minutes 84892 color: $18.50 

Science horror fiction grows out of a technologically advanced house which anticipates and fills every 
whim of its inhabitants, including the playing out of the children's fantasies on the wall of the 'nursery.' 
The parents become concerned that the wall so seldom shows anything but the lions in the African 
jungle — and concerned with good reason. A 1979 production, (cbs; ab) 

VERBAL COMMUNICATION: THE POWER OF WORDS 

h-c-a 25 minutes 84820 color:$20.50 

Analyses the four stages at which communication may break down, and ways it happens, making 
suggestions about how to avoid such breakdown. Warns against cliche, double-talk, jargon and 
qualifiers; recommends setting a good climate, using clear and direct language, and monitoring the 
communication (getting verfication that you have been understood.) A 1981 production, (crm / mcgh) 

VICTOIRE SUR LA MER (QINGALIK ET LA MER) (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 

k-p 6 minutes 05040 color: $10. 50 

Qmgalik, absorbed in his fishing, fails to notice the coming of spring, and is trapped on an ice floe. As 
the floe melts, he remembers his father's instructions for making a sealskin boat, and saves himself. 
Puppet animation. Available also in English under the title QINGALIK AND THE SEA. A 1982 production, 
(ancan; befi) 

LA VIDA ES SUENO 

h-c-a 60 minutes 2 reels 70614 color: $28. 25 

Enhances, by dramatization with period costumes and settings, a medieval morality play, whose 
traditional appeals of music, allegory, and poetry, are emphasized. Presents one of Calderon's favorite 
themes, the setting aside of earthly gain in the hope of a better world. Music and acting by dramatists 
of the Barnard College student faculty Spanish drama group; filmed by Columbia University. Spanish of 
intermediate to advanced difficulty. A 1975 production, (hsa/cu; ffth) 

VIENNA: STRIPPING THE FACADE (RISE OF MODERNISM IN MUSIC, 1890-1935) 

c-a 25 minutes 85122 color: $20. 50 

Contrasts the Vienna of Strauss with that of Schonberg. Artists in music, painting, and drama in the 
Vienna of early 1900's sensed and expressed an impending doom, generated by 'ominous contrasts' of 
wealth with poverty, the early labor movement, the early revelations of Freud, the drift toward war. 
Makes extensive use of period paintings; dramatizes portions of Kokoschka's work of which he said, "As 
I had intended, it drove the Viennese into paroxysms of rage." A 1979 production, (openu; mg) 



VIET NAM RECALLED (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 26) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84961 mixed:$1lt' 1 

Film sale: $491 ¥ 
Studies aspects of the war in retrospect from the viewpoints of two small towns, one American and JT 
Vietnamese. The American town is Bardstown, Kentucky, population 5800, which lost 15 of its yo * 
men in the Viet Nam War. One citizen comments: "They did everything with the war but try to win i 
damn thing." Effective theme footage of a Black gold-star mother unifies the account and provider 
powerful ending. A 1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 



VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR SERIES 
Based on two years of team research and subtitled "a television history 
this series documents the war: its background, its political logic, i 
progression, its innumerable, irremediable tragedies, its memories. Using n 
footage (including actuality film from the Hanoi Military Archive) a 
interviews with key policy-makers on both sides and with individual soldie 
the series conveys opinion, events, results and changing perspectives ov 
the long years 1945-1975. Note: The series is constructed in overlappi 
units, resulting in the reappearance of some key footage in several units, 

1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 



If 



VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR SERIES 

AIRWAR 

AMERICA IN VIET NAM 
ASSASSINATION 
THE BOMBING OF HANOI 
CHANGING THE GUARD 
DAYS OF DECISION 
DIEN BIEN PHU 
EARLY HOPES 
FINAL OFFENSIVE 
FIREPOWER 
FRANCE IN VIET NAM 
FRONTLINE AMERICA 
THE GUERILLA SOCIETY 
PEACE 

THE PRISONERS 
SIEGE 

SOLDIERING ON 
SURRENDER 
TET! 

THE TRAIL 
UNEASY ALLIES 
THE UNSUNG SOLDIERS 
VIET NAM RECALLED 
THE VILLAGE WAR 
WANTING OUT 
WESTY'S WAR 
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THE VILLAGE WAR (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 12) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84947 mixed: $1 

Film sale:$4S- 
Explains the ways in which village operations combined military and psychological tactics. Commu 
moved among the local residents "like fish through water." Program Phoenix, intended by the C 
centralize knowledge of the enemy command structure, floundered because it was impossible to 
communists from non-communists. Interviews William Colby, former director of the CIA, who tells 
he thinks were fundamental American errors, charging that three successive presidents, over h 
years, ignored information provided by the efforts of their own intelligence service. A 1980 produi 
(itl / cineq; bon) 

VIOLA 

j-h-c-a 28 minutes 850 15 color:$) 

Presents Otto Erdesz, viola designer-craftsman, and his wife Rivka Golani-Erdesz, viola cw 
performer, who demonstrate their talents and discuss their lives. A 1980 production, (fine; befi) 

[VIRAL HEPATITIS] (LES HEPATITES VIRALES) 

25 minutes %" U-Matic K00058 



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c-a 



tlifi 



colorS 
Cassette Sale: $21 
Describes known types (A, B, Australiaantigen). Summarizes symptoms and tests. Describes vi i 
incubation periods, and the stages of the disease. Shows cellular diagram and photomicrographic 
of hepatic lesions. Includes summaries of appropriate treatment for severe jaundice and chronic ( 
A 1974 production, (jabo) 

A VISIT WITH DON JUAN IN HELL 

j-h-c-a 22 minutes 57036 color.% 

Seeks to extract the essence of the genius of George Bernard Shaw by means of key quota' 
eventually spotlighting his innovative treatment of the Don Juan legend. Narrated by Lew Ayer 
Ricardo Montalban, and featuring special footage excerpted from the performance of the wo 
Charles Laughton, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, and Agnes Moorehead. A 1975 production, (naf; mcfi) 

VOICES OF YOUNG JAPAN 

j-h-c-a 29 minutes 84808 color.%' 

Studies, through interview and on-site photography, several different groups of college-age Japjllt 
college entry aspirants, members of the Japan Overseas Corps of Volunteers working in the Philli ■ 
employees of Japan's largest steel corporation, five young people who have started a coope it;.. 



I 



WHAT IS A SHORT STORY? (SHORT STORY CLASSICS SERIES) / 85 



Iiroom farm, and five others who have built their own plant, on a small island, to make salt from 
water. English subtitles for Japanese dialog; English voiceover narration. A 1979 production. 
ya; jafn) 

" VOLUNTEER TEACHER (THE OTHER SCHOOL SYSTEM SERIES) 

28 minutes 84619 color: $18.00 

lifies important differences between the volunteer and the professional teacher. In the 'other' 
)l system, the student is apt to be participating by choice, which is an advantage. On the other 
attendance is irregular and apt to depend more on the teacher's approach. There is less space, 
iiment, materials, and funds for same. There is less access to skilled help or guidance in 
lodology, and usually, less time available to devote to preparation. There is the advantage of 
[er freedom to share values, and less prescription of curriculum goals and procedures, as well as a 
lorn to know students and their families in other contexts. Contexts of volunteer teaching are 
jnted, in this film, by a rabbi, a Catholic sister, a Protestant minister and a Four-H executive, who 
jibe volunteers in their programs, and consider purposes and expectations. A 1979 production. 
I; mmm) 

'iGE OF SS COLUMBIA: JUST SHORT OF A MIRACLE 

--a 22 minutes 85035 color: $ 15.25 

> s the preparations, takeoff, highlights in orbit, and return of the space mission of SS Columbia on 
10, 1981. Features astronauts Crippen and Young. A 1981 production, (abc) 

IKING FOR PHYSICAL FITNESS 

-.3 11 minutes 04991 color: $11.75 

'««s health problems stemming from sedentary occupations, recommends walking as the simplest, 
ni pleasurable and cheapest way to counteract these ill effects. Reviews proper types of shoe, 

rjr walking posture and pace, and recommends expanding the 'walk' into a 'nature hike.' A 1978 
:rtction. (asfa; aims) 

'/TING OUT (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 19) 

(j 26 minutes 84954 mixed:$ 19.00 

Film sale: $495. 00 
8|i in 1969 with Nixon being sworn in as president on a "peace-with-honor" platform. Explains 
'iential determination in all three administrations as "a test of American credibility" — that is, all 
eiiat if they were to "back out," no ally would ever trust the United States. Covers Nixon's 
»ons on the secret bombing and invasion of Cambodia, the Kent State Incident, the story of 
einant Calley, the Pentagon Papers, and the Nixon decision to bomb Hanoi. Ends at Watergate. A 
production, (itl / cineq; bon) 

WAW - THE CITY THAT REFUSED TO DIE 

27 minutes 84923 color:$23.00 

Film sale: $405. 00 
Cassette sale:$245.00 
i« in detail the planning and design of a completely new Warsaw, 85 per cent of which was 
-dyed in World War II. Residential areas — mainly high-rise apartment blocks constructed from 
alricated elements — are separated from industrial zones by parks and greenbelts. Multi-lane 
Msways funnel traffic through the city center, which has many traffic-free pedestrian malls. The 
1 nter plan calls for a new railway station and a subway system. Warsaw's historic old quarter was 
3ti exactly as it had looked before. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 



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ED LIVES 

23 minutes 83673 color:$18.75 

Dns a turn-of-the-century law in Britain, the British Moral Deficiency Act, which allowed people to 
Emitted as "moral imbeciles." In 1921, Lucy Baker, mother of two illegitimate children, was sent 
ental institution under this law. Hundreds of people like her, capable of living life on the outside, 
II institutionalized under this law. How this happens and what should be done about it are 
)ns tackled in this dramatic, concerned film. A 1974 production, (thtv; bon) 

fATER CYCLE (SECOND EDITION) 

14 minutes 56587 color:$ 14.50 

istant exchange of water among land, air and sea is explained and demonstrated. Distinguishes 
th's salt and fresh water supplies, explains the phenomena of evaporation and condensation, the 
hf land forms on climate. Photographic examples of cloud formation and glaciation are among the 
Kions. A 1980 production, (eb) 



FOR DEVELOPMENT 

12 minutes 



56961 



color:$ 13.50 
Film sale:$ 180.00 
Cassette sale:$ 108.00 
(•ates difficult situations in water management in South African republic of Lesotho. Heavy 
(make erosion a problem in some areas, yet there are sections with serious water shortages. 
: often carried long distances, and much of it is contaminated. Shows well-digging, pipe laying 
fjidmill building, resulting in domestic water, better crop irrigation and livestock care, ease of 
fing mud-walled structures, and an inducement for people to stay in their villages. A 1976 
lion, (unchs; ui) 

FROM ANOTHER TIME 

29 minutes 85173 color: $19. 25 

ly two younger men to three elderly natives of Southern Indiana constitute three character 
Is and a capturing of the spirt of that region. Songwriter/fiddler Lotus Dickey, clock 
Ian/inventor Elmer Boyd, and artist/verse-writer Lois Doane are the subjects of the cameo 
f. Title is from one of the verses of Lois Doane. A 1982 production, (kip) 

AY OF THE WILLOW 

29 minutes 85005 color:$23. 75 

es the story of a Vietnamese boat family resettled in Canada. Sponsored by a Montreal church 



group and having lost one of their two sons on the way to America, Ann and Hung Tran struggle to 
learn, understand, and adapt to their new world. A 1981 production, (nola; bed) 

THE WAY WE WERE 

c-a 120 minutes 4 reels 98961 color: $57 00 

Traces the love story of Katie (played by Barbara Streisand) who happens to be Jewish and 
Communist, and Hubble (played by Robert Redford) who happens to be neither, from college in the late 
'30's, through World War II, to Hollywood in the McCarthy era. The difficulties they encounter seem to 
show that powerful beliefs are difficult to reconcile, even through love. Directed by Sydney Pollack, 
musical score by Marvin Hamhsch. A 1973 production, (ca; tlf) 

WE ARE ALL ONE PEOPLE 

general 28 minutes 85144 color: $19.75 

Follows an inspiring international pen-pal story from its inception in 1971, when Genie Shapiro, a 
volunteer tutor in a Los Angeles elementary school, encouraged her third graders to write to a group of 
their peers in Israel. In 1979, after years of correspondence, four of the American children got to go 
with Mrs. Shapiro to Israel to meet their pen-pals. Films their visit. A 1980 production, (gaka; ffco) 

WE WAS ALL ONE 

h-c-a 55 minutes 2 reels 70180 color:$22.00 

Views the disruption in the lives of inhabitants who remember the "old ways" in the Bermondsey 
District of South London, where the Cockney way of life and spirit of unity has been gradually eroded 
by modern day housing development and renewal projects. Emphasis on the value of property over 
people seems to have emptied lives that were once rich in the heritage and tradition. Winner of the 
1972 Prix Italia. A 1971 production, (thtv; bon) 

WEATHERIZE YOUR HOME 

j-h-c-a 19 minutes 56633 color: $18. 50 

Shows how to insulate floors, ceilings, attics, water heaters, duct work and windows. Gives step by 
step instructions. Explains R value of the materials available, how to figure thickness necessary to 
achieve certain R values. Includes precautions. A 1980 production, (cec) 

WEEP NO MORE, MY LADY 

i-j 24 minutes 84971 color:$ 18.00 

Weaves a spellbinding story featuring a lost dog that cannot bark, a boy who finds her, and a setting in 
the swamps of the Louisiana bayou country. An animated ABC Weekend special, produced in 1979. 
(rusp; abc) 

WERE YOU THERE SERIES 

Subtitled "A Sepia Scrapbook," the series presents stories of outstanding 
Black Americans and their contributions to society and history. A 1981 

production, (ngsa; befi) 

WERE YOU THERE SERIES see: 

THE BLACK WEST 
THE COTTON CLUB 
THE FACTS OF LIFE 
OSCAR MICHEAUX, FILM PIONEER 
PORTRAIT OF TWO ARTISTS 
SPORTS PROFILE 
WHEN THE ANIMALS TALKED 
(ngsa; befi) 

WESTSIDE STORE 

i-j 23 minutes 57093 color:$ 18.75 

Recounts the evolution of an inner city gang of young boys from destructive to constructive activities. 
Motivated by the need of one of their family members for a wheelchair, they discover some 
constructive ways to make money, and end by establishing their own small business. A 1982 
production, (amitai; ab) 

WESTY'S WAR (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 7) 

h-c-a 26 minutes 84942 mixed:$19.00 

Film sale:$495.00 
Explains the interaction between General Westmoreland and the high command in Washington from 
1965 when the U.S. determined to assume the offensive. Discusses military tactics of each side 
(Vietnamese tunneling and avoidance of encounter, American 'search and destroy.') Reveals divisions 
among Johnson's cabinet members with regard to the conduct of the war and the escalating demand for 
troops as it reached half a million. Features opinions of military analyst Bryan Jenkins, and interviews 
with Westmoreland himself. A 1980 production, (itl / cineq; bon) 

WHAT DO YOU SEE, NURSE? 

j-h-c-a 12 minutes 56625 color:$ 15.00 

Reconstructs, through flashbacks, the life of an elderly woman, now a patient in a nursing home. Based 
on a poem written by Phyllis McCormack, a nurse in Scotland. From a moment when she is wakened by 
a nurse, the principal character's life is conveyed in a skillful interplay of action, flashback and dialog 
which provides, with some emotional impact, insight into moments typical of lives in homes for the 
aged. A 1980 production, (gkp; cec) 

WHAT IS A SHORT STORY? (SHORT STORY CLASSICS SERIES) 

j-h 14 minutes 56678 color:$ 13.75 

An analysis of the short story as a literary form, including the elements of plot, theme, motivation, 
characterization, mood, style, meaning, and effect. Features clips from films in the SHORT STORY 
CLASSICS SERIES. Narrated by Clifton Fadiman. A 1980 production, (eb) 



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WHAT IS AN AMERICAN, Part 1 

p-i 10 minutes 56674 color: $11. 25 

Discusses contributions of immigrants to our society, and examines what is meant by the term 
'culture.' Emphasizes the message ot its catchy song, "There isn't just one American way to be." A 

1979 production, (pyr) 

WHAT IS AN AMERICAN, Part 2 

p-i 12 minutes 56675 color:$ 12.00 

Focuses on Puerto Ron and American Indian cultures, and on representatives of those ethnic groups 
as contributing members of U.S. society. Emphasizes the same message as Part 1: there is not just one 
'American way.' A 1979 production, (pyr) 

WHAT JOHNNY CAN'T READ 

h-c-a 13 minutes 56836 color:$ 14.00 

Reports on various aspects of the conservative campaign to monitor the content of textbooks, focusing 
on the organization called Educational Research Analysts, founded by Mr. and Mrs. Gabler of 
Henderson, TX. They believe that the expenditure of $700 million a year in tax dollars to buy public 
textbooks entitles private citizens to a voice in determining the appropriateness of content. Raises the 
usual questions of censorship, to which Mrs. Gabler's answer is, "It's strange that if they do the 
choosing it's academic freedom; if we do it, it's censorship." A CBS "60 Minutes" feature, produced in 
1980. (cbs; cal) 

WHAT MAKES WEATHER? 

/-/' 14 minutes 56688 color: $13. 25 

Identifies relationships among the forces that determine weather. Describes their interaction by means 
of satellite footage, animation, live-action and time-lapse photography. Calls attention to visual clues in 
weather change. A 1981 production, (eb) 

WHAT MARY JO WANTED 

/' 15 minutes 57098 color:$14.50 

Dramatizes a family decision to allow Mary Jo to have what she has always wanted more than anything: 
a puppy. Shows how her willingness to accept responsibility and inconvenience, together with her 
ingenuity in solving the puppy's adjustment problems, bring the whole family through to where they can 
feel the decision was a good one, after all. A 1980 production, (bewi; ab) 

WHAT PARENTS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT DRUGS 

general 55 minutes 2 reels 70578 color:$26.00 

Reveals the nature, extent, forms of availability and effects of various mood-altering drugs. 
Host/narrator David Hartman interviews parents, drug users, psychiatrists and doctors in his 
exploration of the whys and hows, appeals and dangers which have brought the trade in illicit drugs to 
a $55 million-a-year business. Shows equipment for transporting, storing and ingesting various drugs. 
Describes long-term physiological and psychological damage. Lists symptoms, emphasizing the necessity 
of intervention. A 1980 production, (abc) 

WHAT SHALL WE DO ABOUT MOTHER? 

c-a 50 minutes 70494 color:$27.00 

In 1900 there were only three million people over 65 in America. Today there are 24 million, and five 
million families face the question of how best to provide their care. This CBS Report studies two 
Pittsburgh families and how they work out solutions. Cost of intermediate and skilled care facilities is 
usually prohibitive to those neither rich enough to pay nor poor enough to qualify for government aid. A 

1980 production, (cbs; cal) 

WHAT THIS COUNTRY NEEDS 

h-c-a 30 minutes 85025 color:$20.75 

Vignette interviews of varying opinions introduce this investigation of the productivity problem in 
America's economy. Identifies several isolated solutions: Burger-King, Parker Pen Company. Summarizes 
reasons for the decline in productivity, hosts a four-man panel of experts who suggest causes and 
cures. A 1981 production, (wttw; fi) 

WHAT TO DO...WHEN YOU NEED A BANKER 

h-c-a 19 minutes 56615 color: $ 17.50 

What services banks offer and how to make the best use of them are only two of the things viewers 
learn in this brief dramatization beginning with the arrival, at the home a young married couple, of an 
envelope from their bank with a dozen of their checks marked 'insufficient funds.' A 1980 production, 
(chicin; c) 

WHAT TO DO...WHEN YOU NEED A DOCTOR 

h-c-a 21 minutes 56607 color: $17. 50 

How to be an intelligent patient is one of the most important lessons Susan learns from her bicycle 
accident and injured arm. Some ways to find the right doctor, discuss fees and services, and. ..why it is 
important to follow directions, are some of the others. A 1979 production, (chicin / amma; c) 

WHAT TO DO...WHEN YOU NEED AN INSURANCE AGENT 

h-c-a 18 minutes 56614 color: $17. 50 

When Scott has a collision, he learns how insurance works. Covers other aspects of setting up an 
insurance program: what insurance agents and agencies do, how to compare values. In the event of an 
accident, what kinds of information will be needed and proper ways to report that information are 
included. A 1980 production, (chicin; c) 

WHAT TO DO...WHEN YOU NEED A LAWYER 

h-c-a 21 minutes 56604 color: $17. 50 

A young man with a summer job has several serious problems: his boss has broken their employment 
contract by refusing to pay him full salary; in anger, he broke a window in the factory; and, to 
complicate matters further, he may have broken the law by working at the age of 15 without a state 
certificate. He and his mother learn what types of legal aid are available, how to select and best to use 
professional help in such situations. A 1979 production, (chicin / abara; c) 



WHAT TO DO...WHEN YOU NEED A REAL ESTATE AGENT 

h-c-a 22 minutes 56608 color:$17. 

Examines, through the experiences of a young married couple, the advantages and disadvantages 
buying or selling a house with and without a real estate agent. Rules governing agents and the 
activities, types of mortgages available, and how best to select and use professional help are covered. 
1980 production, (chicin; c) 



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WHAT YOU ARE ISN'T NECESSARILY WHAT YOU WILL BE 

h-c-a 60 minutes 90386 color:$35. 

Elaborates the 'value programming' theory first described in the book, The People Puzzle, examining t 
historical period 1940 to date. Explains the "generation gap," giving characteristic attitudes ai 
behaviors of each group: their reactions to products, to institutions, and to each other. Discusses t 
impact of "significant emotional events" in value formation. Lecture format with flannel-board outlir 
built as ideas are developed. Features Dr. Morris Massey. A 1977 production, (mvc) 



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WHAT'S WRONG WITH OUR SCHOOLS? (FREE TO CHOOSE, [6]) 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 70597 color:$26. 

Surveys self-defeating aspects of centralized control of educational establishments, citing examples 
Britain and America of actual results in both regulated and independent (private or parochial) schoo 
Advocates free competition and variety of choice in education as in business. Emphasizes the 
difference between "deadening uniformity" and actual equality of opportunity, which allows for the i> 
variety of talents and interests. Friedman recommends the "voucher system" (parental choice) bet 
advocated in some places in Britain. Reel 2 debates the issues. A 1979 production, (wqln/vida; perm 



WHEN MAGOO FLEW 

general 7 minutes 05052 color: $10. 

Magoo sets out to take in a movie, but misjudges his entrance and ends up on a plane, where (w^H 
knowing it) he passes through several forms of danger and helps catch a crook. He leaves still think 
he has been in a movie, complaining that there were no cartoons. A 1954 production, (ca; chu) 

WHEN THE ANIMALS TALKED (WERE YOU THERE SERIES) 

h-c-a 28 minutes 85012 color:$2lJ- 

Interviews educator and folklorist Rev. Dr. William Faulkner, collector and curator of Afro-American f J 
tales, many featuring Br'er Rabbit. Filmed in Wildwood, New Jersey and Macon County, Alaban, 
showing Dr. Faulkner in his 90's, gathering stories and discussing their cultural and historic 
significance. From a biographic series on famous Black Americans subtitled "A Sepia Scrapbook.' 1 ) 
1975 production, (ngsa; befi) 



WHEN YOU'RE SMILIN' 

general 5 minutes 05060 color:$12 

Uses montage, vignette, animation and full range of camera techniques, rhythmically spiced by a Lo * 
Armstrong performance of the song which provided the film's title. Aimed at meetings which i 
designed to underscore and encourage positive human relationships. A 1982 production, (lea) 



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A WHISPER FROM SPACE 

j-h-c-a 57 minutes 2 reels 70531 color:$27 

Recounts the brief but exciting history of microwave astronomy, since the 1965 discovery that, o 
wavelength where they expected to find nothing, the universe was alive with wave activity, 991 
which was thermal radiation. Dr Phillip Morrison explains, and demonstrates with experiments, fl 
implications of these discoveries. A 1978 production. Featured on television's NOVA series, (bl "T~ 
wgbh;tlf) "til 

WHO PROTECTS THE CONSUMER? (FREE TO CHOOSE, [7] ) , u 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 70598 color: $26 ■;;>, 

Traces the involvement of the government in product testing, from 1960, giving statistics on 
phenomenal growth of such agencies to the point of an average $41 million dollar annual expr — 
figure. Examines the results of self-regulation (the effects of free trade) in the evolution of 
calculator; the results of government regulation in railroading, trucking and pharmaceutical industr 
Cities prohibition and its results as an indication of where this restrictive activity will lead. Asserts I 
government's role should end with providing information. Reel 2 debates the issues. A 1979 product 
(wqln/vida; pennc) 



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WHO PROTECTS THE WORKER? (FREE TO CHOOSE, [8]) 

h-c-a 58 minutes 2 reels 70599 color:$, 

Surveys "closed shop," labor union and government restrictions, citing detrimental results. Asst 
that the miniumum wage law has damaged the population it was intended to assist. Deals with 
problem of illegal alien labor. Cites results in Spartanburg, SC of a decision to make it a center of' 
trade. Concludes, "In open competition, the whole pie is bigger." Reel 2 debates the issues. A 1' 
production, (wqln/vida; pennc) 



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WHY DO I FEEL THIS WAY? 

h-c-a 48 minutes 2 reels 70543 color:$2t 

Presents three case histories of depression, in dramatized form, with commentary by Dr. Time 
Johnson of Harvard Medical School, discussing ways to identify, cope with, and understand 
common illness. Cases studied are an apparently successful lawyer, a suburban housewife, an 
widower who is a museum guard. A 1978 production, (bbi; abc) 

WHY ME? 

h-c-a 10 minutes 04891 color:$1i QSnal< 

Nesbitt Spoon goes to his doctor and is told he has a limited time left to live: five minutes. Ne; 
passes through exaggerated caricatures of the five stages of dying identified by Dr. Elizat 
Kubler-Ross. Animated. A 1978 production, (nfbc; pyr) 



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WHY PEOPLE BUY 

h-c-a 20 minutes 57009 color $1 

Examines both retail and organizational buying from the point of view of sales psychology, emphasi '• 



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WRITING SAYS IT ALL / 87 



ufales person's view of the buyer as a problem-solver as the key to success. Enumerates five steps 
rillow through with a client in establishing trust. Clarifies with dramatizations and with interviews of 
-.bop ten industrial salespeople of the year as established by a Purchasing magazine poll. A 1981 
Action, (crm / mcgh) 

i»D AMERICA - WHO NEEDS IT? 

■I ~-a 20 minutes 56654 color: $17. 50 

Is to the attention of city dwellers their dependence on the land outside the city. Points out ways 
much urban population suffers from the ill effects of irresponsible environmental decisions, and 
,,,i is an eloquent plea for active, responsible participation in environmental policy. A 1979 
iction. (natas; phpr) 

)CATTER (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

30 minutes 85157 color:$38.00 

% ' ' U-Matic C85157 color: $38 00 

s the suspenseful drilling of a 'wildcat' well by a small independent firm in Louisiana. Explains 
in assessing the geology of an area, obtaining drilling rights, attracting investors for funding, 
a rig, preventing the well from 'blowing,' and enduring the final long night in dread of the words 
ole.' A 1981 production, (wgbh; lea) 



)LIFE ON REPRIEVE 

nal 12 minutes 57037 color: $11.50 

uces the concepts "endangered" and "extinct," encouraging, with footage that emphasizes the 
y and variety of U.S. wildlife, conservation practices. Includes bald eagle, condor, marsh birds, 
buffalo, elk and wild horses. A 1981 production, (rmd; mcfi) 



WATER CHAMPIONS 

>ral 28 minutes 85197 color:$ 17.25 

multiple aspects of the fairly new vogue of kayak racing. Follows a group of three enthusiasts in 
down an Alpine gorge. Shows international competition. Gives approximate costs of outfitting 
ofjj'lf with a fiberglass kayak and equipment for the sport. A 1983 production, (tcul) 

ilAM TELL (THE FAMOUS ADVENTURES OF MR. MAGOO SERIES) 

*ral 24 minutes 85058 color:$16.75 

tes the famous story of William Tell, with Magoo as William. A 1964 production, (upap; mcfi) 

I): THE POWER AND THE PROMISE 

24 minutes 84719 color:$16.50 

i ce of energy, or recreation, or destruction, wind is studied in all its aspects, visually and with 
entary. Wind as a spinoff of solar energy is explained, as are tornadoes and hurricanes. Windmills 
ind turbine generators are shown. Visits one home completely dependent on wind energy, where 
mers have arranged with the electric company to feed excess power into their lines for credit. A 
roduction. (eb) 



HE THE POOH AND THE BLUSTERY DAY 

25 minutes 84848 color:$19.25 

who sets out to wish his friends a "Happy winds-day," finds several situations in which they 
escue each other. A heroes' party celebrates their mutual success. A 1968 production, (wdp) 



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HE THE POOH AND THE HONEY TREE 

-p 26 minutes 84849 color:$ 19.75 

o|ries disguising himself as a thundercloud, but fails to fool the bees. He calls on Rabbit, hoping to 
ed to lunch, but he eats so much honey that he gets stuck in Rabbit's front entrance... Narrator, 
|ian Cabot. A 1965 production, (wdp) 

IE THE POOH AND TIGGER, TOO 

26 minutes 84850 color:$ 19.75 

DVacing a night of strange noises, hears the strangest one of all, and makes the acquaintance of 
Sterling Holloway as Winnie, Paul Winchell as Tigger, narrator, Sebastian Cabot. A 1974 
ion. (wdp) 



M 



ER HARVEST 

- al 14 minutes 



family at Park Lake in Canada, who chose to leave jobs in the city to establish themselves on a 
W thows cooperative labor sharing among family members, discusses personal satisfactions not 
■II n city life. Shows creative products made to sell at craft fairs by family members, and leisure 
* nativities such as ice skating. A 1977 production, (nelv; befi) 



56984 



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R SURVIVAL IN THE BUSH (OUTDOOR SAFETY SERIES) 

3 20 minutes 56985 color:$ 18.00 

f| izes three scenarios involving winter survival problems, including one of inadequate preparation 
H"ti iroves fatal. Includes advance planning techniques, emergency measures, signalling for help. A 
'*•) roduction. (goldi; befi) 



HES, NEW FASHION - OLD RELIGION 

52 minutes 70140 color:$28.00 

ces male and female practitioners of witchcraft, who are interviewed about their beliefs and 
is, including a businessman who studies it as a hobby and a businesswoman who heads a coven. 
* itual initiation for a new member of a coven, a circle working at healing. Introductory footage is 
(en which practices nudity in ritual invocations. A 1974 production, (thtv; bon) 



IT(FAT ALBERT AND THE COSBY KIDS SERIES 

HRISTMAS STORY 






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THE WIZARD OF SPEED AND TIME 

general 3 minutes 04893 color:$10.50 

A tour de force of the creative imagination of Mike Jittlov, who directs, animates, and stars as the 
wizard. Imagining himself able to run at 500 miles an hour, Mike animates what might happen if it were 
true. The ending object-animation sequence in his film studio, with marching tripods and film cans, 
becomes a musical tribute to the magic of film. A 1978 production, (miji; pyr) 

WOMEN AND CRIME: THE TWO FACES OF JUSTICE 

h-c-a 53 minutes 2 reels 70172 color: $28 25 

Studies the inconsistencies in Britain's penal system by comparing Nottingham Prison for men with 
Styal Prison for women. Inadequacies appear as prisoners and prison personnel are interviewed in an 
attempt to discern why there are higher numbers of repeat offenders among men. The contrasts in both 
the physical surroundings and the therapy programs offer insights into the problems and possibilities 
for new methods of rehabilitation of male prisoners. A 1973 production, (thtv; bon) 

WOMEN IN SPORTS 

general 26 minutes 84762 color: $ 17.00 

Flashbacks and footage of historic 'firsts' illustrate the history of women's participation in athletics. 
Interviews with coaches, journalists and stars reflect the difficulties women have faced in wanting to 
enter the world of athletic competition, and comment on what can be expected in the future. A program 
from "James Michener's World." A 1980 production, (capp; pyr) 

THE WONDER OF DOLPHINS 

general 11 minutes 56620 color: $ 13.50 

Shows the behavior and sociability of dolphins with each other and with human beings in an underwater 
environment, and enumerates the characteristics of this unusual mammal, which can swim 30 miles an 
hour, dive 1000 feet deep, sense distant objects with a kind of sonar, communicate (by means of 
high-pitched sounds) and learn readily. A 1980 production, (micwe; cec) 

THE WORKPLACE HUSTLE 

h-c-a 30 minutes 90370 color:$21.50 

Studies male and female attitudes towards sexual harrassment in the workplace, defining harrassment 
and giving statistics on its prevalence: 90% of women consider it a serious problem, 70% have 
experienced it, and 52% have either changed jobs or were fired because of it. Analyzes the widespread 
male attitude that verbal harrassment is amusing; points out the danger inherent in its use as an 
expression and symbol of power. States the reasonable goal as that of separating sexuality and work in 
order to improve both. Features Lin Farley, author of Sexual Shakedown. A 1980 production, (cci; abc) 

WORLD OF A SCHIZOPHRENIC 

c-a 21 minutes 52567 color:$ 10.00 

Attempts to depict the nature of the world distortions experienced by a schizophrenic young man as his 
fears overwhelm his perceptions, changing both sights and sounds to threatening and hostile 
experiences. Leaves the viewer with the sense of a slow dissolution of the personality. A 1963 
production, (sando; apa) 

THE WORLD OF PLANT AND ANIMAL COMMUNITIES 

p 13 minutes 51438 color:$12.75 

Defines 'community' and shows examples of plant, insect, and animal communities. Defines 'food chain' 
and shows how communities are linked by food chains. Stresses interdependence and ecology. A 1981 
production, (eb) 

THE WORLD OF PRINT 

j-h-c-a 18 minutes 56518 color: $ 15.50 

Gives the history and nature of the printing trade, showing its development up to and including 
computer typesetting. Reviews the large variety of jobs represented by the trade and its auxiliaries: 
photography, journalism, management, paper manufacture, ink manufacture, machinery. A 1979 
production, (nomo; ifb) 

THE WORLD OF STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE 

k-p 24 minutes 85033 color:$ 19.00 

Recounts the endangering of Strawberry's birthday party and of her whole lovely valley by the Peculiar 
Purple Pieman of Porcupine Peak who makes a flood with a magic watering can. But with Escargot the 
Super Snail and Strawberry's other friends, even the Peculiar Pieman yields eventually to civilizing 
influences. A 1980 production, (muro; c) 

THE WORLD'S SAFEST CITY 

h-c-a 28 minutes ■ 85174 color:$ 10.00 

Shows the organization and equipment of the Tokyo police for traffic surveillance, crime prevention, 
and communication, which make Tokyo the world's safest city of its size. Compares crime statistics for 
Tokyo, New York, London and Washington. Shows training at police academy, which includes lessons in 
calligraphy, tea ceremony and flower arranging, as well as more expected types of learning, (jafn) 

THE WORLD'S WORST AIR CRASH: THE AVOIDABLE ACCIDENT? 

h-c-a 56 minutes 2 reels 70177 color:$28 75 

On March 3, 1974, the cargo door blew out on a DC-10 shortly after takeoff from Paris. Debris was 
scattered over half a mile, and 346 people perished in what one investigator called the most 
devastating air crash he had ever witnessed. After examining the facts, this documentary concludes 
that it was an avoidable accident. Note: Preview is recommended because of the realism in picturing 
victims. A 1975 production, (thtv; bon) 

WRITING SAYS IT ALL 

/ 24 minutes 57060 color:$ 18.75 

Shows how writing, and how reading what someone else has written, can lead to understanding and 
growth. Eric is in deep trouble because he fights with Zack, who accuses him of lying about his father. 
Zack is right: Eric has no father that he knows. When the English teacher assigns keeping a journal. Eric 



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finds an outlet and an interest at last — but Zack, at the last minute, steals Eric's journal — with 
some interesting results. A 1982 production, (ab) 

WYNN BULLOCK: PHOTOGRAPHER 

h-c-a 24 minutes 84709 color: $ 17.00 

Wynn Bullock, featured artist in the historic "Family of Man" exhibition, was a gifted and dedicated 
human being. This film, made during the last six months of his life, records his character, his 
philosophy, his way of thinking about his work, his life, and his impending death from cancer. A 1978 
release, (phpr) 

YANIS AND HIS DREAM 

p-i-j 19 minutes 56782 color:$ 16.50 

Dramatizes the difficulties faced by a youngster who wishes to make a career choice contrary to 
tradition and to the wishes of his family. Set and filmed on the Greek island of Corfu, the story is of 
Yanis, a boy whose family assumes he will become a farmer like his father, but who dreams of 
becoming a fisherman. Provides a good framework for discussing independent choices and their 
implications. A 1980 production, (amitai; eb) 

YANKEE DOODLE DAFFY 

general 7 minutes 05048 color:$ 10.00 

Daffy Duck does imitations of Carmen Miranda and Al Jolson, among others, to try and convince talent 
scout Porky Pig to audition his nephew. A 1943 production, (wb; test) 

THE YANKS ARE COMING 

h-c-a 54 minutes 2 reels 81385 mixed:$26.75 

Personalizes the American World War I experience by re-creative drama of the story of a single soldier 
and three of his friends. Historical footage and commentary place the drama in its international 
meaning and time-frame. A 1974 production, (dlw; fi) 

YANOMAMO: AN INTER-DISCIPLINARY STUDY 

h-c-a 46 minutes 90321 color:$ 19.00 

Filming of aspects of a long-range study of human population genetics, funded by the U.S. Atomic 
Energy Commission Division of Biology and Medicine. Subjects are the Indians of southern Venezuela 
and northern Brazil, one of few remaining unacculutrated tribes in South America. There are estimated 
to be approximately 10,000 of them in about 125 villages. They were selected in 1964 as a group to 
study for social and biological structures of primitive man. The study team includes an ethnologist, a 
dentist, a photographer, two geneticists, a linguist and a cook. Results of their studies are presented. A 
1971 production, (usnat; nac) 

YANTRA 

general 8 minutes 04979 color:$10.25 

James Whitney machine-animates constellations of dot patterns in many colors and rhythms to create 
a meditative focus, applying the title in a deliberate analogy with religions of the East. A 1958 
production, (uro; pyr) 



YEAR OF THE PROPHET 

h-c-a 56 minutes 



70552 



color: $29.00 
Film sale: $785.00 
Examines Islam as an "oil-backed, religious-powered, dollar-fuelled threat." Describes the Islamic faith, 
listing its tenets. Interviews officials of Islamic countries with regard to the severity of penalties for 
offenses (whipping, stoning, amputation and execution). Their response is that these things are 
infrequent and do work as deterrents, making their countries safer places to live for the average 
person. Examines the Islamic view of the Khoumeni revolution as the beginning of a world-wide 
resurgence of Islam, yet those interviewed deny seeing it as a new world power bloc, insisting that their 
stance is "positive neutralist." A 1979 production, (thtv; bon) 



YELLOW AND GREEN 

h-c-a 22 minutes 



56919 



color:$20.00 
Film sale:$330.00 
Cassette sale: $200. OO 
Affirms that reclamation and irrigation of desert land is a prime redevelopment goal in Egypt. Soil 
analysis determines the best areas for cultivation; earth-moving and ditch-digging machines prepare 
land, booster pumps bring water into canals. People farm grains and oranges and raise livestock. 
On-the-job training is provided. Planned settlements develop as the land flourishes and new job 
opportunities arise. Building combines traditional styles and materials with modern amenities; there are 
schools, religious and social centers, plus paid employment for women. A 1976 production, (unchs; ui) 

YOU ARE GROWING DAY BY DAY 

p-i 8 minutes 04984 color:$ 10.75 

All that growing means, not only in size and strength, but in knowledge, skill and caring, is filmed, 
illustrated and discussed by children of all kinds. How we celebrate growth (recognizing it, having 
birthday parties), how better to grow (exercise, food, rest), and how growth goes on and on and does 
not stop, are emphasized. A special "You are growing" song has been composed and used as part of 
the sound. A 1980 production, (eb) 

"YOU ARE OLD, FATHER WILLIAM..." 

h-c-a 50 minutes 2 reels 70563 color: $27.25 

Delineates physiological and mental changes which normally accompany the aging process: loss of 
structural bone and height, decreased accuracy in changes of posture and gait (making walking 
difficult), less ability to adjust to temperature changes. Examines the implications of the presence of 
senile dementia in the Western world and its absence in underdeveloped countries, implying that air 
pollution is the likely cause. A 1980 production, (bbc; fi) 

YOU BET YOUR LIFE 

h-c-a 13 minutes 56833 color:$ 14.00 

Examines the propensity of gambling to be addictive and to engender pathological behavior. By 



estimate, ten million Americans are compulsive gamblers. Interviews some who are under treatment a 
some psychiatrists who specialize in this type of treatment. These doctors explain that gambling 
more than a social experience for the compulsive gambler, filling the role of an antidepressant or mo 
elevator, and representing a maladaptive attempt at problem-solving. Produced for CBS Nei 
"Magazine," 1980. (cbs; cal) 

YOU BRING YOUR LUNCH, I'LL BRING MINE (GROWING UP, WITH SANDY 
OFFENHEIM) 

k-p-i-a 11 minutes 05013 color: $11. 

Making friends is hard, because people are different and shy. The song, "Hey, Little Bird," deals w 
the fact that a bird will not want the same thing for lunch as you do — so just ask him to bring 
own. Other songs are "What Is Your Name?," "It's So Nice to Have a Cuddle," and "Statue Game.' 
1980 production, (pwti; befi) 



YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU 

general 127 minutes 3 reels 98928 b & w:$52 

Complex and comic character interaction enlivens a "rich boy, poor girl" romance, Lionel Barryrm 
stars as Grandfather, who could have been as rich, but realized in time that it would not bn ^ 
happiness. James Stewart and Jean Arthur are the young couple in love, in a plot with many a zany fc 
and a happy ending. Directed by Frank Capra. A 1938 production, (ca; tlf) 



YOUNG JIRO: A DAY AT A JAPANESE SCHOOL 

i-j-h 28 minutes 85176 color: $10 

Follows an eleven-year-old through a school day, to show educational and recreational activities typk, 
of the Japanese system. Jiro, who wants to be a history teacher, particulary likes comic books » 
historic themes. Unlike American students, Japanese students participate in cleaning the rooms; 
halls of the school, helping to keep their environment one of beauty, in which they can take perso 
pride, (jafn) 



YOUR ATTITUDE IS SHOWING: THE ANSWER TO GREATER PRODUCTIVITY 

j-h-c-a 18 minutes 56794 color: $H. 

Using seven comic and imaginative "historical" vignettes, shows how attitudinal problems and soluti i 
function in all eras of time. Combining live action and animation, uses a conversation between £ 
amoeba and a bored, discouraged research scientist as a framework for reviewing self-help techniqi L 
A 1979 production, (ram / stbo; chu) 



YOUR ERRONEOUS ZONES 

h-c-a 98 minutes 2 reels 90378 color: $41 

Resumes the philosophy and advice of Dr. Wayne Dyer, who considers disease to be a choice-rel* si 
phenomenon, and accuses our culture of "mass producing neurotics." Giving the example of " 
disappearance of allergy symptoms in a situation of total involvement, Dyer postulates that thinlfl 
and intent can produce this effect at will. He talks on "the four most important words" and • 
thinking that surrounds them, showing how viewers can use them to change their attitudes, and i 
them, their lives, for the better. A 1977 production, (mvc) 



YOUR IMAGE: MAKE IT WORK FOR YOU 

h-c-a 17 minutes 57105 color :$H 

Presents an inventory of bearing, dress, and manner as communication tools, which convey to oftt 
the respect (or lack of it) we have for them and for ourselves. Makes explicit what is implicit in cer 
styles, and points out how these communications are critical in getting or losing jobs, sales or j 
friends. A 1983 production, (ab) 



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YOU'RE NOT COMMUNICATING 

j-h-c-a 20 minutes 56663 color:$1l 

Four cardinal rules for communication are expressed and illustrated: timing, understanding and u 
verbal and non-verbal signals, making the message fit the listener's ability, and trusting enough b 
sincere. A 1980 production, (call; ab) 

YOURS TRULY, ANDREA G. STERN 

j-h-c-a 33 minutes 90358 color:$2i 

Andrea, age 10, lives with her divorced mother in the suburbs. One day her mother tells Andrea 
Johnathan will be moving in to live with them. Johnathan is her mother's boyfriend, who smokes ci 
and writes mystery stories. A realistic portrayal of an increasingly common problem. A 1 
production, (phpr) 

YOUTH TERROR: THE VIEW FROM BEHIND THE GUN 

h-c-a 48 minutes 2 reels 70616 color:$2< 

Allows representatives of urban gangs known for hard-core terrorism, who see crime as their 
alternative, to tell their own stories in their own words. They describe their life situations and 
resulting attitudes, their criminal acts and motivations, their plans and their idea of what, fortl 
seems possible. A 1978 production, (abc; crm/mcgh) 



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YOU'VE COME A LONG WAY, RENE 

i-j 22 minutes 57107 color. 

Dramatizes a decision on peer pressure, courageously made by a young Black girl who prefers bei 
runner to joining the gang in a cigarette. When she sets a track record, those who first shunnet 
because of her decision recognize that she has made a good choice. A 1982 production, (ab) 



ZEN CULTURE, ZEN SPIRIT 

j-h-c-a 28 minutes 84806 color:$1 ' 

Shows activities and surroundings which typify life in the Zen monasteries of Japan, and explain: 
philosophies which serve as their basis. Austerity, simplicity and tranquility are the chief va 
discipline and intense focus are the methods; enlightenment is the reward. Includes examplf 
calligraphy and of ink painting, architecture and gardens. A 1979 production, (den; jafn) 



ZUBIN MEHTA ROCKS THE GOSPEL / 89 



HOUR 

\>ral 20 minutes 56852 color: $16. 50 

, Ray Bradbury's classic science fiction horror story to the screen. Mink, a young girl, plays with 
Fiends a game they call "invasion." The parents gradually come to take more seriously and 
Illy the implications of the game... A 1978 production, (cbs; ab) 

ilA'S CHILDREN 

-(! 56 minutes 70497 color: $27. 00 

1 1 Western world, we think of serfs as a feature of the Middle Ages: this film proves we are wrong, 
■sentative of the vast majority of rural families in South America, Asia and Africa is Sixto Ramon 
4 who gives the dollar a day he earns chopping trees in the forest of central Argentina to the hope 
a is four children may go to school and break out of the poverty trap. In Spanish, with English 
4 ion by Henry Fonda. A 1978 production, (phpr) 

"SZOO (SECOND EDITION) 

10 minutes 02977 color:$ 12.50 

It to the zoo with a group of youngsters, who are drawing pictures and taking photographs, 
jfig about the animals and how they are taken care of. A 1979 production, (crwi /oreb) 

>BABIES LARGE AND SMALL 

7 1 minutes 05066 color:$ 1 1. 75 

lilts the engaging charm and playfulness of almost twenty varieties of young animals, from the 
J rhino and giraffe to the familiar goat and goose, (mude; mcfi) 

i MEHTA: COMMITMENT AND FULFILLMENT AS A WAY OF LIFE 

a 23 minutes 84628 color:$ 19.00 

uestion of meaning of life and purpose is paramount over economic choices in art and music. 
;e is more than just enjoying your work. ..the peace of mind I have when I am doing what I was 
ed to do." Zubin Mehta, in a series of short monologs of this type, shares, between 
mances, his definitions of commitment and fulfillment. Performances are from Wagner, 
sky, Haydn, Weber, Beethoven, Mahler, Prokofieff. A 1978 production, (esm) 



I MEHTA: "IF YOU ARE GOING TO LEAD, LEAD!!" 

21 minutes 84626 color:$ 18.00 

Ulehta discusses qualities of a leader and problems of leadership. Of particular interest is the 
ice in which he describes the ethnic, cultural, age and training differences in his sophisticated 
ra, saying that a leader has to build upon this variety a single concept of sound, and asserting 
is task takes about ten years. Performances include music from Beethoven, Mahler, Stravinsky 
usa, and are filmed in Carnegie Hall, at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, and at the Los 
Music Center. A 1978 production, (esm) 



MEHTA AND HIS MASTERS: PIATIGORSKY AND RUBINSTEIN 

I 30 minutes 84630 color: $2 1.50 

learned more about music by listening to a Rubinstein recital than.. .any other performer." With 
/ords of tribute, Mehta introduces one of two important friends who helped to mold his idea of 
5. Piatigorsky, on the other hand, was "the type of man and musician, in equal parts, that I 
ike to be..." A consummate filmic tribute is in images of Piatigorsky's life, superimposed on a 
lance of the Epilogue to "Don Quixote," played by cellist Ron Leonare and conducted by Mehta. 
with Mehta's definition of success: "relating with everything I have to my music, my family, my 
Performances include excerpts from Brahms, Mahler, Mendelssohn, Strauss, and Verdi. A 1978 
ion. (esm) 

MEHTA ROCKS THE GOSPEL 

13 22 minutes 84627 color:$ 18.00 

[lehta in Watts serves as guest conductor of an Interdenominational Church choir, singing Black 
nusic. Mehta became interested in the music through the talent of composer Joe Westmoreland. 
Conducts an informal performance at the church, of Westmoreland's "All the Way," and a formal 
lance, at the Los Angeles Music Center, of "He's in This Place." A 1978 production, (esm) 



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NTURES OF TOM SAWYER (QUICK TAKES) 

18 minutes 84639 color:$14.50 

hts of the story excerpted from the classic United Artists production starring May Robson and 
Brennan, with Tommy Kelly as Tom. A 1938 production, (ua; abc) 



ON-THE-LIPS 

■at 32 minutes 85162 color:$22.25 

tizes the story of a new teacher in a school for the deaf, and of her difficulties in getting 
ance for the aural-oral approach (as opposed to signing). (Setting is in the days when 
lind institutions were considered 'asylums.') Portrays her victory in getting help for the school 
success in teaching one child to speak clearly. A 1981 production, (wdp) 



IARBER SHOP 

20 minutes 56950 b&w:$ 13.25 

Felton City, whose population is 832 and whose elevation is two feet below sea level, this W.C. 
.poof of the role of the barber shop in a community of this size gives admirable opportunity for 
range of his wit. A 1933 production, (par; nfvc) 



W DEATH'S DOOR 

92 minutes 3 reels 98949 color: $36. 25 

ic re-enactments of six people's life-after-death experiences. A young doctor witnesses each 
nee, and sets out to find some way to explain these otherwise inexplicable phenomena. Stars 
illick, Howard Piatt, Jo Ann Harris and Michael McGuire. Based on the book by Dr. Maurice 
s. A 1979 production, (schsu; lucf) 



THE BEASTS AND CHILDREN 

102 minutes 3 reels 98929 color: $47. 25 

of teen-age boys at summer camp decides to try to free a herd of buffalo that is earmarked for 
tion. An adventure story starring Billy Mumy, directed by Stanley Kramer. A 1973 production. 



Y (QUICK TAKES) 

18 minutes 84640 color: $14. 50 

ts find a way to help Charly, a mentally retarded adult, gain total normality for a time. After 
ntelligence, love, and happiness, he learns the awful truth: his gain is not permanent. A 1968 
on. (abc) 

6RBEAU (THE RAVEN) 

88 minutes 3 reels 98956 b&w:$29.25 

:he Raven? This unanswered question dominates the dramatization of the classic poison pen 
based on a series of true events occurring in France. Poison pen letters were sent to various 
fits of a small town, provoking tensions and suicides. Attention focuses in turn on several likely 
s, only to miss the unlikely, guilty one. Produced in Germany and distributed there as 
nch propaganda, the film was banned in France and its director, Henri-Georges Clouzot, 
ed for a time. A 1943 production. English subtitles, (nfvc) 



JRE 

/ / 7 minutes 5694 7 b&w:$10.50 

arlie Chaplin, Edna Purviance and Eric Campbell in a silent comedy-romance about an alcoholic 
t takes several unexpected turns, the most significant being the case of liquor that finds its 
the waters of the curative springs. A 1917 production, (mut; nfvc) 



:ntist 

20 minutes 5695 1 b&w:$ 13.25 

ds as dentist, father, and golfer spreads chaos and humor across the screen. Supporting cast 
Elise Cavanna, Babe Kane. A 1932 production, (par; nfvc) 



IQUE (LES DIABOLIQUES) 

110 minutes 3 reels 98952 b&w:$33.75 

master of film noir produces a suspense thriller set in a provincial boarding school. The 
I headmaster is murdered by his abused wife and equally abused mistress. The body, disposed 
wimming pool, mysteriously disappears, increasing the suspense. Stars Paul Meurisse, Vera 
nd Simone Signoret. Director, Henri Georges Clouzot. A 1955 production. French with English 
1 (sevll; nfvc) 

H THE SUN (QUICK TAKES) 

1 7 minutes 5664 7 color: $ 14. 50 

18r and David 0. Selzmk's filmic adaptation of a best-selling novel by Niven Busch. Two sons of 
(Senator become involved with a beautiful half-breed relative of their mother's. Stars Jennifer 
■sgory Peck, Joseph Cotten, Lionel Barrymore, Lillian Gish. A 1946 production, (abc) 

ffLLEN IDOL 

96 minutes 2 reels 98967 b&w:$25.50 

•iiillip, small son of an ambassador, becomes deeply embroiled in a mystery, almost causing his 
■ butler to be blamed. Stars Ralph Richardson, Michele Morgan, Bobby Henrey. Based on the 
■y, "The Basement Room," by Graham Greene. A 1948 production. (If pi; fest) 

igirT" 

150 minutes 5 reels 98960 color:$70.75 

B'e film of the spectacular musical dramatizing the biography of Fanny Bryce as presented in 
aooy Isobel Hennart. Features Barbara Streisand as Fanny, Omar Sharif as Nicky, Walter Pidgeon 
■>rr Ziegfeld. A 1968 production, (ca/rast; tlf) 



THE GENERAL 

general 80 minutes 2 reels 98963 b&w:$23.50 

Voted one of the twelve best comedy films of all time, stars Buster Keaton as a southern railroad 
engineer who wants to enlist in the Civil War, but is rejected on the basis of his occupation. Shunned by 
his girlfriend (Marion Mack) because he is not in uniform, Keaton eventually saves both her and his 
train after they are kidnapped by the Union Army. Based on an actual event of the Civil War. A 1927 
production, (ua/esx; fest) 

GILDA 

h-c-a 1 10 minutes 3 reels 98958 b & w:$34. 75 

Features Rita Hayworth in one of her memorable roles, that of a night club performer in a Buenos Aires 
gambling casino, where she becomes involved in a love triangle and murder mystery. Based on a story 
by E. A. Ellington. A 1946 production, (ca; fest) 

THE GOLD RUSH 

general 85 minutes 2 reels 98964 b&W:$24.00 

Features Charlie Chaplin as the 'Little Tramp,' who joins the long line of prospectors seeking Klondike 
gold. Includes the famous sequence in which he boils and eats his shoe, representative of the subtle 
interplay between tragedy and comedy which marked Chaplin's classic style. Stars also Mack Swain, 
Tom Murray and Georgia Hale. A 1925 production, (ua/essx; fest) 

THE GOLDEN AGE OF COMEDY 

general 86 minutes 2 reels 98941 b&w:$31.25 

Covers in six "chapters," the history of comedy in motion pictures. Chapter I: Mac Sennett and the 
Visual Gag; Chapter 2: Hal Roach, Laurel and Hardy; Act 3: Will Rogers; Act 4: Carole Lombard and Jean 
Harlow; Act 5: Ben Turpin; Act 6: Comedy Classics with the Auto. A 1958 production, (rysp; cal) 

THE GOLF SPECIALIST 

h-c-a 21 minutes 56962 b&W:$13.25 

Follows the antics of W. C. Fields as a self-styled know-it-all who volunteers to teach a beautiful blonde 
to play golf. Slapstick with golf clubs and typical Fields wit. A 1930 production, (rko / esx; nfvc) 

GREAT MOVIE STUNTS 

j-h-c-a 48 minutes 90377 color: $27. 25 

Harrison Ford narrates this recap of great movie stunts and their stunt men, with special focus on 
those in RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK, in which he starred. Includes re-runs of suspense thrills from films 
of the 1940's and 1950's, with interviews of performers. Explains how fist-fights are 'choreographed' to 
try prevent injuries, although they are, of stunts, the most dangerous. A 1981 production, (rogue / 
lucas; fi) 

GRIFFIN AND PHOENIX 

h-c-a 96 minutes 3 reels 98946 color:$48.00 

A man and a woman meet in a class on death and dying, and find themselves more interested in each 
other than in the class. The irony of the plot turns on the fact that each is there because he has been 
told he is terminally ill. Their affirmation of life in the face of death produces a poignant story. A 1976 
production, (abc) 

GULLIVER'S TRAVELS 

general 84 minutes 2 reels 98950 color:$35. 75 

Whimsical, animated version of Jonathan Swift's famous tale of Gulliver in the land of the Lilliputians. 
Live action shots with animation drawn and photographed over them create an unusual 
three-dimensional special effect. Richard Harris plays a genial Gulliver among the colorful little people. 
Musical score by Michael LeGrand. A 1980 production, (schsu; lucf) 

HARVEST: 3000 YEARS 

c-a 138 minutes 4 reels 98976 b & w:$48. 75 

Dramatizes the real-life struggle of an Ethiopian peasant family with the conditions imposed by 
traditional racist 'feudalism.' Its director, a talented black filmmaker, Haile Gerima, sees it as an epic 
parable of the Third World's struggle for liberation. Numerous awards in Europe, 1976. In Amharic with 
English subtitles, (trifc) 

HOLIDAY 

general 96 minutes 3 reels 98959 b&W:$33.00 

Follows the story of a young man (played by Cary Grant) whose dream is to make enough money for 
an extended holiday, but whose rich fiancee and her father have other ideas. His life is infintely 
complicated when he discovers that it is really his fiancee's sister (played by Katherine Hepburn) that 
he loves. A sophisticated comedy of manners which won an Academy Award. A 1938 production, (ca; 
nfvc) 

HUCKLEBERRY FINN 

j-h-c-a 74 minutes 3 reels 77015 color:$33.50 

Dramatization based on Mark Twain's novel, filmed on location, recounts the true-to-life adventures of 
Huck and his friends Tom Sawyer and the runaway slave, Jim, with the great river. Emphasizes the way 
in which Huck and Jim grow to appreciate each other as human beings. Stars Ron Howard as Huck, 
Antonio Fargas as Jim, Royal Dano as Mark Twain. A 1975 production, (abc) 

IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE 

general 130 minutes 4 reels 98962 b&W:$3750 

George Bailey (Jimmy Stewart) is a man who has lost his dreams, and, along with them, the will to 
live. On a desperate Christmas Eve, he wishes he had never been born. Clarence, a Guardian Angel 
trying to win his wings, appears on the scene and attempts to win back George's dreams by showing 
him what the world would be like if George Bailey had never walked on it. Written, produced and 
directed by Frank Capra, this film is his personal favorite. Nominated for five Academy Awards, it also 
stars Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore and Thomas Mitchell. A 1946 production. (Ifi; ntvc) 



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Two topical schemes are used to clas- 
sify titles in the collections of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois Film Center by sub- 
ject; outlines of these are presented 
first in the next several pages: 

• Primary and Intermediate Subject 
Outline 

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Subject Outline 

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minor subject headings in two indexes, 
divided by audience level, in the latter 
part of this section: 

• Primary and Intermediate Subject 
Index 

• Adolescent through Adult Level 
Subject Index 



imary and Intermediate Subject Outline 



FINE ARTS • SOCIAL STUDIES / 107 



FINE ARTS 


• Animals— Reptiles and Amphibians 


Art 


• Animals— Birds 


Dance 


• Animals— Mammals 


Drama 


• Animals— Zoos and Aquariums 


Music 


• Biology— General 


GEOGRAPHY 


» Conservation 


Africa 


► Ecology 


Asia ' 


• Plants 


Canada ' 


» Scientific Method 


Europe and U.S.S.R. 


SCIENCE-PHYSICAL 


.atin America . 


» Air 


Maps and Globes < 


► Chemical Change 


South Pacific < 


► Earth Science 


J.S. Geography— General < 


• Electricity and Magnetism 


J.S. Geography— National Parks » 


► Energy and Matter 


J.S. Geography— States and Regions < 


► Force and Motion 


World Geography— General < 


> Heat and Friction 


HEALTH AND SAFETY 


> Light and Color 


iuidance * 


• Liquids 


lealth and Hygiene ' 


> Machines 


luman Body * 


> Sound 


lutrition * 


• Space Science and Astronomy 


'hysical Education ' 


> Weather and Seasons 


iafety 


SOCIAL STUDIES 


lex Education « 


• Anthropology 


ports « 


1 Basic Needs— Food, Clothing, Shelter 


HISTORY 


Communications 


liography * 


Community Life 


I.S. History— General ' 


Economics and Industry 


I.S. History— Discovery and Exploration 


Family Life 


IS. History— Colonial and Revolutionary Periods 


Farm Life 


IS. History — 1783-1900 


Food Production 


LS. History— 1900-Present ' 


Government 


forld History ' 


Indians of North America 




Natural Resources 


LANGUAGE ARTS 
reative Motivation 


Transportation 


oreign Language 




ibrary 




oetry 




eading 




peech 




lories— Animals 




tories— Cartoons and Comedies 




lories— General 




tories— Holidays and Seasons 




ludy Skills 




riting 




MATHEMATICS 




rithmetic Operations 




eometry 




easurement 




SCIENCE-LIFE 




limals— Evolution and Adaptation 




limals— Habits and Behavior 




limals— Reproduction 




limals— Invertebrates 




limals— Insects 




limals— Fish 

1 





108 / AGRICULTURE • HISTORY-WORLD 



Adolescent thru Adult Level Subject 



AGRICULTURE 
Agriculture— Crops 

Agriculture— Economics and Management 
Agriculture— Engineering, Machinery and Buildings 
Agriculture— General 
Agriculture— Livestock and Poultry 
Forestry and Forest Conservation 
4-H Clubs 
Insect Control 
Plant Science 

Soil and Water Conservation 
Veterinary Medicine 

BUSINESS, INDUSTRY AND ECONOMICS 
Accounting and Bookkeeping 

Automation and Data Processing 

Career Development 

Communicating and Listening 

Consumer Education 

Customer Relations 

Decision Making and Problem Solving 

Economic System— U.S. 

Economics— General 

Group Dynamics and Team Building 

Job Analysis and Job Enrichment 

Labor 

Manufacturing Processes 

Marketing 

Money and Banking 

Motivation, Personnel Management and 

Supervision 

Performance Appraisal and Productivity 

Retirement Planning 

Stress Management and Personal Health 

Time Management 

Sales Psychology 

Clerical and Office Skills 

Vocational Guidance 

Women in Business 

EDUCATION 
Adult Education 
Audiovisual Instruction 
Child Development 
Educational Psychology and Method 
Elementary Education 
Guidance and Counseling 
History and Philosophy of Education 
Library Science 
School Administration 
Secondary Education 
Special Education 
Captioned Film 
Teaching Careers 
Tests and Measurement 
Universities and Colleges 
Vocational Education 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE 
Language and Language Teaching 
French Language 
France 



German Language 

Germany 

Latin Language 

Ancient Rome 

Russian Language 

Russia 

Spanish Language 

Portuguese Language 

Spain and Portugal 

Latin America 

GEOGRAPHY-UNITED STATES 
Cities— U.S. 
Deserts— U.S. 
Great Lakes 
National Parks— U.S. 
Rivers— U.S. 
States— Alaska 
States— Central 
States— Eastern 

States— Hawaii and Island Territories 
States— Western 
States— Rocky Mountain 
States— Southern 
U.S. Geography— General 
Washington, D.C. 

GEOGRAPHY-WORLD 
Africa, Central 

Africa, General 

Africa, North 

Africa, South 

Asia— General 

Australia and New Zealand 

Canada 

Central America 

China 

Deserts— World 

Europe— Eastern 

Europe— Western 

France 

Germany 

Great Britain 

Greece 

India and Pakistan 

Ireland 

Italy 

Japan 

Maps and Globes 

Mexico 

Middle East 

Netherlands and Belgium 

North America 

Pacific Islands 

Philippine Republic 

Polar Regions 

Rivers and Oceans— World 

Scandinavia and Finland 

South America 

Southeast Asia 

Spain and Portugal 



Switzerland and Austria 

Travelogues 

U.S.S.R. 

West Indies 

World Geography— General 

GUIDANCE 
Guidance— Dating and Courtship 

Guidance— Educational 

Guidance— Marriage and Family Life 

Guidance— Personal and Social 

Guidance— Vocational 

HEALTH AND SAFETY 
Alcohol, Tobacco and Drugs 
Dental Health 
Diet and Nutrition 
Diseases 
First Aid 

Health and Hygiene 
Human Physiology 
Medicine 
Mental Health 
Nurses and Nursing 
Medical Education 
Dental Education 
Pregnancy and Birth 
Public Health 
Safety— General 
Safety— Bicycle 
Safety— Driver Education 
Safety— Fire Prevention 
Safety— Home 
Safety— Industrial and Shop 
Safety— Pedestrian 
Safety— School 
Safety-Water 

HISTORY-UNITED STATES 
Famous Americans 
Frontier and Expansion 
Illinois— History 
Afro-American History 
Presidents of The United States 
U.S. History— General 
U.S. History— Discovery and Exploration 
U.S. History— Colonial Period to 1776 
U.S. History— Revolutionary Period to 1783 
U.S. History-1783-Civil War 
U.S. History-Civil War Period to 1900 
U.S. History-1900-Present 

HISTORY-WORLD 
Africa— History 

Asia— History 

Biography 

Europe (General)— History 

France— History 

Germany— History 

Great Britain— History 

Latin America— History 

Middle East— History 









escent thru Adult Level Subject Outline 




HISTORY-WORLD • SCIENCE-PHYSICAL / 109 


jrth America— History < 


• Poetry < 


► U.S.— Constitution and Civil Rights 


issia— History < 


► Satire < 


► U.S.— Foreign Policy 


orld History— General < 


» Science Fiction < 


• U.S.— Politics and Government 


arid History— Prehistoric < 


» Short Stories < 


► U.S.— State and Local Government 


arid History— Ancient 


MATHEMATICS 


PSYCHOLOGY 


arid History— Medieval , 


» Algebra < 


» Adolescence 


jrld History— Renaissance , 


► Arithmetic < 


• Child Growth and Development 


nld History— Age of Exploration , 


► Calculus < 


• Educational Psychology 


)rld History— Modern , 


► Computers < 


► Industrial Psychology 


hrld History— Twentieth Century , 


► Geometry < 


• Mental Health 


lirld War 1 , 


» Mathematics— General < 


• Nervous System and Perception 


lirld War II , 


► Mathematics— History « 


► Psychology— General 


HOME ECONOMICS « 


» Mathematics— Teaching Methods < 


► Research and Testing 


(ildren— Care and Development « 


» Measurement 


SCIENCE 


tithing and Sewing < 


» Probability and Statistics , 


WVILI1VL 

► History of Science 


Imily Life < 


• Sets and Number Systems , 


► Laboratory Techniques 


bd and Cooking < 


» Trigonometry , 


► Scientific Method 


M Clubs 


PERFORMING ARTS ' 


► Science— General 


homing , 
line Economics— General , 


» Dance 

» Dance, Folk and National , 


SCIENCE-NATURAL 

► Biochemistry 

► Biology— General 

► Botany 


rrne Management and Decorating , 
lidscape Gardening , 


• Music, American , 
» Music, Analysis, Appreciation , 


INDUSTRIAL ARTS < 


• Music Education , 


• Cellular Biology 


(iomobile Mechanics « 


• Music of Other Lands , 


• Conservation of Natural Resources 


lation « 


» Music, Instrumental Selections , 


» Ecology— Arctic 


instruction * 


» Music, Vocal Selections , 


► Ecology— Desert 


ictrical Work and Electronics « 


• Musical Instruments , 


» Ecology— Forest 


1'ineering * 


• Musicians , 


» Ecology— General 


f lines and Power Systems « 


• Opera and Operetta , 


► Ecology— Grasslands 


hustrial Arts— General « 


> Theater , 


► Ecology— Marine 


Mchine Shop and Metalwork 


PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS * 


► Ecology— Pond and Marsh 


Mchanical and Engineering Drawing , 


» Baseball < 


► Genetics and Heredity 


' tography , 


> Basketball < 


• Microbiology 


'.tics , 


> Dance < 


► Zoology— Evolution and Adaptation 


Rhibing , 


' Football < 


► Zoology— General 


Piiting and Graphic Arts , 


• Golf < 


» Zoology— Reproduction 


Rtrigeration , 


» Gymnastics < 


» Zoology— Invertebrates 


ilp Safety , 


> Horseback Riding • 


► Zoology— Lower Vertebrates 


National Guidance , 


• Hunting and Fishing < 


► Zoology— Insects 


Hhdwork , 


» Physical Fitness * 


► Zoology— Fish 


LANGUAGE ARTS ■ 


• Recreation « 


► Zoology— Reptiles and Amphibians 


dative Motivation * 


• Softball « 


► Zoology— Birds 


ftussion Techniques < 


> Sports, Miscellaneous < 


► Zoology— Mammals 


Gmmar * 


> Swimming and Water Sports 


SCIENCE-PHYSICAL 


lonalism < 


> Tennis , 


> Chemistry 


varies and Books « 


> Track and Field , 


» Earth Science— Atmosphere 


Liuistics * 


' Volleyball , 


• Earth Science— Climate and Weather 


•ding « 


> Winter Sports , 


» Earth Science— Geology 


tech < 


> Wrestling , 


> Earth Science— Oceanography 


lly Skills 


POLITICAL SCIENCE * 


> Earth Science— Paleontology 


nbulary and Spelling , 


> Citizenship < 


» Physics— General 


*ing , 


> Communism * 


► Physics— Air 


LITERATURE ' 


» Democracy ■ 


' Physics— Atomic and Nuclear Energy 


Minors and Philosophers « 


> International Relations « 


1 Physics— Electricity and Magnetism 


na * 


► Law * 


» Physics— Energy and Matter 


olore * 


> Political Science— General * 


» Physics— Force and Motion 


-Nature— General « 


» Military & Naval Science & Intelligence * 


» Physics— Heat and Friction 


i03ls i 


> United Nations « 


» Physics— Light and Color 



110 / SCIENCE-PHYSICAL • VISUAL ARTS 



Adolescent thru Adult Level Subject Outl 



Physics— Liquids and Hydraulics 
Physics— Mechanics 
Physics— Sound 
Space Science and Astronomy 

SOCIAL STUDIES 
Basic Needs— Clothing, Food, Shelter 
Communications 
Community Life 
Fishing Industry 
Food Production 
Manufacturing and Commerce 
Mining 

Natural Resources 
Religion and Philosophy 
Occult and Parapsychology 
Transportation— Air 
Transportation— Land 
Transportation— Water 

SOCIOLOGY 
Anthropology and Archeology 
Automation 

Crime and Criminology 
Death and Dying 
Suicide 
Environmental Pollution 



Adventure 

Biography 

Comedy, Satire 

Crime, Film Noir 

Detective, Mystery 

Drama 

Fantasy 

Papercrafts 

Photography 

Printing and Lithography 

Puppets 

Sculpture 

Theater Arts 

Handicrafts 

Landscaping and Gardening 

Metalwork 

Painting 



Human Relations 

Indians of North America 

Juvenile Delinquency 

Leisure 

Marriage and The Family 

Population 

Social Problems 

Social Work 

Urbanization 

Values 

Women 

VISUAL ARTS 
Architecture 
Art Education 

Art— Galleries and Museums 
Art— History (General) 
Art— Oriental 
Art— Primitive 
Art— Ancient and Classical 
Art— Medieval 

Art— Renaissance and Baroque 
Art— Modern 
Ceramics 
Design 
Drawing 

Film and Film Study 
Television Productions 
Filmmaking 
Feature Film 
Feature Film Excerpts 
Feature Film Editions 
Animation 



i rimary and Intermediate Subject Index 



FINE ARTS • LANGUAGE ARTS / 111 



FINE ARTS 
• Art 

LICK! CLICK!: CREATING ANIMATED FILMS IN 

THE CLASSROOM 17 

IAGES OF THE WILD: A PORTRAIT OF ROBERT BATEMAN 41 

IAKING IT MOVE 51 

AND IN ART 71 

Dance 

HILDREN'S CHANTS AND GAMES 15 

REAMS OF A GRADE SCHOOL DANCER 24 

Drama 

HE BRIDGE OF ADAM RUSH 12 

EAF LIKE ME 22 

WGGIE WENT A-COURTIN' 32 

HOESHINE GIRL 73 

Music 

MS 11 

iOGGIE WENT A-COURTIN' 32 

•$ A HOBBY FOR HARVEY 43 

IE LANGUAGE OF MUSIC 46 

IE RIVER 69 



GEOGRAPHY 



Africa 

IANI: [BEEGIE AND THE EGG] 41 

Asia 

IE MIDDLE EAST: BUILDING A DREAM (ISRAEL) 54 

Europe and U.S.S.R. 

RST ENCOUNTERS: A RUSSIAN JOURNAL 30 

Maps and Globes 

JITUDE AND LONGITUDE 46 

JITUDE, LONGITUDE AND TIME ZONES (REVISED) 46 

\PS AND GLOBES: AN INTRODUCTION 53 

\PS FOR A CHANGING WORLD (THIRD EDITION) 53 

•ADOWLARK LEMON PRESENTS THE WORLD 53 

U.S. Geography— General 

IANGING SEASONS 14 

U.S. Geography— National Parks 

IE OREGON DUNES 60 

U.S. Geography— States and Regions 

OK AROUND YOU IN THE DESERT 50 

World Geography— General 

ILD'S EYE VIEW 15 

MILES: EARNING AND SPENDING 28 

MILES: HELPING OUT 29 



HEALTH AND SAFETY 
Guidance 

...WE HUMANS 4 

GER: HANDLE WITH CARE 5 

E BEGINNING (A WIGGLEMEN TALE) 8 

GINNING RESPONSIBILITY: I CAN DO IT! 8 

GINNING RESPONSIBILITY: THE BROKEN BOOK SHOP 8 

E BEST YOU POSSIBLE 9 

I BOY WITH A BIG HEART (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 12 

E BRIDGE OF ADAM RUSH 12 

BBAGES AND KINGS 13 

MMUNICATION IS MORE THAN WORDS 18 

MMUNICATION IS LISTENING 20 

MMUNICATION IS TALKING 20 

tf LIKE ME 22 

EAMS OF A GRADE SCHOOL DANCER 24 

3GGIE WENT A-COURTIN' 32 

DERATIONS 33 

I HELP, GIVE AID 33 

FTING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION SERIES 33 

niNG THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: ACTION 

W VIOLENCE 33 

FTING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: COMMERCIALS 33 

FTING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: PEOPLE 

JAKE PROGRAMS 33 

fTING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: THE CHARACTERS WE SEE 

)NTV 33 

fTING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: THE MAGIC OF TV 33 

fTING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: THE REAL WORLD 

)NTV 33 

r TING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: THE TECHNICAL SIDE 
JFTV 33 

GLUG 34 

)WING UP, WITH SANDY OFFENHEIM 35 

»THER BECOMES A FIRE FIGHTER 37 

GROWING, I'M CHANGING (GROWING UP, WITH 

ANDY OFFENHEIM) 41 



THE INVISIBLE CHILDREN 42 

IT'S A THOUGHT 43 

IT'S ME, CLAUDIA! 43 

JOHNNY LEARNS HIS MANNERS 44 

JOHNNY LEARNS HIS MANNERS (CAPTIONED) 44 

KUJICHAGULIA 45 

NIA... 58 

OUR FAMILY WORKS TOGETHER '(SEMDEbmdN)"."!!!!!!!!."."!™.'60 

POLICE OFFICER (FOURTH EDITION) 65 

SAM 71 

SEARCHING FOR SOME LOVE AND CARE (GROWING UP, WITH 

SANDY OFFENHEIM) 71 

SHOESHINE GIRL 73 

SKIN: YOUR AMAZING BIRTHDAY SUIT 74 

SOME DAY I'LL BE BIG (GROWING UP, WITH 

SANDY OFFENHEIM) 74 

SOMETHING QUEER AT THE LIBRARY 74 

THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE 74 

SOUP FOR PRESIDENT 75 

THE STRONGEST MAN 77 

TOMORROW I'LL BE THERE (GROWING UP, WITH 

SANDY OFFENHEIM) 81 

[UJAMAA]: NOEL'S LEMONADE STAND 82 

UJIMA: [MODUPE AND THE FLOOD] 82 

WEEP NO MORE, MY LADY 85 

WESTSIDE STORE 85 

WHAT IS AN AMERICAN, Part 1 86 

WHAT IS AN AMERICAN, Part 2 86 

WHAT MARY JO WANTED 86 

WRITING SAYS IT ALL 87 

YANIS AND HIS DREAM 88 

YOU ARE GROWING DAY BY DAY 88 

YOU BRING YOUR LUNCH, I'LL BRING MINE (GROWING UP, WITH 

SANDY OFFENHEIM) 88 

YOU'VE COME A LONG WAY, RENE 88 

• Health and Hygiene 

THE BEST YOU POSSIBLE 9 

CLEAN UP YOUR ACT 17 

EAT FOR HEALTH (SECOND EDITION) 25 

EYES: SEEING THE LIGHT 28 

HEALTH: THE INSIDE STORY 37 

THE HOUSEFLY (THIRD EDITION) 39 

KEEPING YOUR TEETH HEALTHY 44 

SKIN: YOUR AMAZING BIRTHDAY SUIT 74 

SMOKING: THE CHOICE IS YOURS 74 

TEETH: SOME FACTS TO CHEW ON 79 

YOU ARE GROWING DAY BY DAY 88 

• Human Body 

THE BODY FIGHTS DISEASE 11 

THE BODY WORKS SERIES 11 

THE BODY WORKS: [CIRCULATION] 11 

THE BODY WORKS: [BONES AND STRUCTURE] 11 

THE BODY WORKS: [DIGESTION] 11 

THE BODY WORKS: [MOVEMENT] 11 

THE BODY WORKS: [RESPIRATION] 11 

EARS: HAVE YOU HEARD THE LATEST? 25 

EYES: SEEING THE LIGHT 28 

THE HUMAN NERVOUS SYSTEM 40 

SKIN: YOUR AMAZING BIRTHDAY SUIT 74 

• Nutrition 

EAT FOR HEALTH (SECOND EDITION) 25 

NUTRITION: SOME FOOD FOR THOUGHT 59 

• Safety 

ALWAYS BE CAREFUL 4 

DON'T BE SHOCKED 24 

GET HELP, GIVE AID 33 

I WASN'T SCARED 40 

IN CASE OF FIRE (SECOND EDITION) 41 

NO ROOM FOR ERROR 58 

PLAY IT SAFE ELECTRICALLY 64 

RIDIN' COOL TO SCHOOL 68 

ROLLER SKATING SAFETY 69 

SAFETY ON OUR SCHOOL BUS (SECOND EDITION) 70 

SUMMER IN NATURE 78 

• Sex Education 

GROWING UP FEMALE 35 

• Sports 

BLACK ICE 10 

THE RAG TAG CHAMPS 67 

SUMMER IN NATURE 78 

HISTORY 

• U.S. History— General 

LAND OF IMMIGRANTS (REVISED) 46 

UNCLE SAM MAGOO 82 



WHAT IS AN AMERICAN. Part 1 86 

WHAT IS AN AMERICAN, Part 2 86 

• U.S. History— Discovery and Exploration 

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS (REVISED) 16 

• U.S. History— Colonial and Revolutionary Periods 

ENGLISH AND DUTCH COLONIZATION IN THE NEW 

WORLD (REVISED) 27 

GREAT AMERICANS: BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 35 

GREAT AMERICANS: GEORGE WASHINGTON 35 

GREAT AMERICANS: THOMAS JEFFERSON 35 

• U.S. History — 1900-Present 

PANAMA CANAL: THE LONGEST SHORTCUT 61 

• World History 

EGYPT: LAND OF ANTIQUITY (CAPTIONED) 25 

THE PANAMA CANAL (REVISED) 61 

PANAMA CANAL: THE LONGEST SHORTCUT 61 

LANGUAGE ARTS 

• Creative Motivation 

AH.. WE HUMANS 4 

THE BEGINNING (A WIGGLEMEN TALE) 8 

CHANGING SEASONS 14 

CHILDREN'S CHANTS AND GAMES 15 

CHILD'S EYE VIEW 15 

THE RIVER 69 

SAND IN ART 71 

• Library 

THE LANGUAGE OF MUSIC 46 

SOMETHING QUEER AT THE LIBRARY 74 

• Reading 

READING IS 67 

READING SELF-IMPROVEMENT: COMPETENCY SKILLS 67 

READING SELF-IMPROVEMENT: COMPREHENSION 67 

READING SELF-IMPROVEMENT: INTERPRETATION 67 

READING SELF-IMPROVEMENT: VARIABLE SPEEDS 67 

READING SELF-IMPROVEMENT: WORD RECOGNITION 67 

READING SELF-IMPROVEMENT: WORD UNDERSTANDING 67 

• Speech 

COMMUNICATION IS MORE THAN WORDS 18 

LISTEN, CINDY 49 

SPEAK UP, ANDREW 75 

• Stories— Animals 

CHINO'STALE 16 

FATAL COMPROMISE 29 

THE FLY 30 

FROGGIE WENT A-COURTIN' 32 

THE HARE AND THE TORTOISE (SECOND EDITION) 37 

PENGUINS! (ON VACATION) 62 

THE PUPPY'S GREAT ADVENTURE 66 

RUN WILD, RUN FREE 69 

WHAT MARY JO WANTED 86 

: THE POOH AND THE BLUSTERY DAY 87 

THE POOH AND THE HONEY TREE 87 

; THE POOH AND TIGGER, TOO 87 

• Stories— Cartoons and Comedies 

BETTY BOOP IN MOTHER GOOSE LAND 9 

CORNY CONCERTO 20 

DAFFY THE COMMANDO 21 

THE EGO TRAP 25 

GERALD McBOING-BOING 33 

HOLLYWOOD STEPS OUT 38 

LADY FISHBOURNE'S COMPLETE GUIDE TO BETTER 

TABLE MANNERS 45 

NATE THE GREAT GOES UNDER COVER 56 

.NEW FRIENDS 57 

THE PUPPY'S GREAT ADVENTURE 66 

WEEP NO MORE, MY LADY 85 

THE WORLD OF STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE 87 

• Stories— General 

ALL THE TROUBLES OF THE WORLD 4 

ANANSI THE SPIDER 5 

THE ANTIQUE COLLECTOR 6 

ARTHUR THE KID 6 

THE BEAR 8 

THE BOY WITH A BIG HEART (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 12 

THE BRIDGE OF ADAM RUSH 12 

CABBAGES AND KINGS 13 

CAPTAIN KIDD (THE FAMOUS ADVENTURES OF MR. 

MAGOO SERIES) 13 

LE CAUCHEMAR (LE MORSE AFFAME) (INUIT 

LEGENDS SERIES) 14 

LE CHASSEUR SOLITAIRE (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 14 

COCKLESHELL BAY: ROBIN AND ROSIE, 1 17 



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COCKLESHELL BAY: ROBIN AND ROSIE, 2 18 

THE CONTEST KID AND THE BIG PRIZE 20 

THE CONTEST KID STRIKES AGAIN 20 

THE DEVIL AND DANIEL MOUSE (SPANISH VERSION: EL DIABLO Y 

EL RATON) 23 

L'EAU MAGIQUE (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 25 

EVERY CHILD (CHAQUE ENFANT) 27 

FAERIES 28 

FATHER AND SON SERIES 29 

FATHER AND SON: HOMEWORK 29 

FATHER AND SON: THAT'S MY DAD! 29 

FATHER AND SON: THE BROKEN GLASS 29 

FATHER AND SON: THE GOOD SAMARITAN 29 

FATHER AND SON: THE PHANTOM OF THE PARK 29 

FATHER AND SON: THE PIANO LESSON 29 

FATHER AND SON: THE PIGGY BANK 29 

FATHER AND SON: THE SLEEPWALKER 29 

FATHER AND SON: THE WRONG TARGET 29 

FOX AND BEAR (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 31 

GUINEA PIGS IS PIGS 36 

THE HAPPY PRINCE 37 

THE HUNGRY WALRUS (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 40 

I KNOW A SECRET 40 

IMPASSE 41 

INUIT LEGENDS SERIES 42 

IT'S ME, CLAUDIA! 43 

JAMIE AND THE MAGIC TORCH: SPADE WORK 43 

JAMIE AND THE MAGIC TORCH: THE RUNAWAY TROMBONIUM 43 

JENNY KOOKOO 43 

THE JOKE'S ON MR. LITTLE 44 

THE JUMPING FROG (ADAPTED FROM THE MARK 

TWAIN STORY) 44 

KING ARTHUR (THE FAMOUS ADVENTURES OF MR. 

MAGOO SERIES) 45 

KUJICHAGULIA 45 

KUUMBA: [SIMON'S NEW SOUND] 45 

THE LITTLE DUTCH MILL 49 

THE LITTLE MERMAID 49 

THE LONELY HUNTER (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 50 

THE MAGIC WATER (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 51 

MAGOO'S PUDDLE JUMPER 51 

MANDY'S GRANDMOTHER 52 

THE MISER'S SLIPPERS 55 

THE NECKLACE 57 

NOAH'S ARK (THE FAMOUS ADVENTURES OF MR. 

MAGOO SERIES) 58 

THE NOTORIOUS JUMPING FROG OF CALAVERAS COUNTY 58 

PAUL REVERE (THE FAMOUS ADVENTURES OF MR. 

MAGOO SERIES) 62 

PAUL REVERE (CAPTIONED) (THE FAMOUS ADVENTURES OF MR 

MAGOO SERIES) 62 

LA PECHE HEROIQUE (LE PETIT GARCON AU GRAND COEUR) (INUIT 

LEGENDS SERIES) 62 

PICK ME UP AT PEGGY'S COVE 63 

PONIES OF MIKLAENGI 65 

POPEYE THE SAILOR MEETS ALI BABA'S FORTY THIEVES 65 

PORKY PIG'S FEAT 65 

QINGAUK AND THE SEA (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 66 

THE RAG TAG CHAMPS 67 

READING IS 67 

RENARD ET OURS (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 68 

RIP VAN WINKLE 69 

RIP VAN WINKLE (THE FAMOUS ADVENTURES OF MR. 

MAGOO SERIES) 69 

SALLY AND JAKE: THE PLAYGROUND 70 

SALLY AND JAKE: THE TREASURE HUNT 71 

SCRAP HAPPY DAFFY 71 

THE SELFISH GIANT 72 

SHOESHINE GIRL 73 

THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE 74 

SOUP AND ME 75 

SOUP FOR PRESIDENT 75 

A SPECIAL TRADE 75 

STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE IN BIG APPLE CITY 77 

A TIME TO BE BRAVE 81 

THE TROUBLE WITH MISS SWITCH 82 

TWO GIRLS CALLED EVE 82 

[UJAMAA] NOEL'S LEMONADE STAND 82 

UMOJA: TIGER AND THE BIG WIND 82 

URASHIMA TARO 83 

VICTOIRE SUR LA MER (QINGAUK ET LA MER) (INUIT 

LEGENDS SERIES) 84 

WILLIAM TELL (THE FAMOUS ADVENTURES OF MR 

MAGOO SERIES) 87 

THE WIZARD OF SPEED AND TIME 8/ 

YANIS AND HIS DREAM 88 

YANKEE DOODLE DAFFY 88 

ZERO HOUR 89 



• Stories— Holidays and Seasons 

A CHRISTMAS STORY (WITH FAT ALBERT AND THE 

COSBY KIDS) 16 

DREAMS OF A GRADE SCHOOL DANCER 24 

HOME FOR CHRISTMAS 38 

THE LITTLE BROWN BURRO 49 

MISTER MAGOO'S CHRISTMAS CAROL 55 

• Study Skills 

ADVENTURES IN GRAMMAR GALAXY, PART 1: SUBJECT 

AND PREDICATE 3 

ADVENTURES IN GRAMMAR GALAXY, PART 2: ADJECTIVES, ADVERBS, 

AND PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES 3 

ADVENTURES IN GRAMMAR GALAXY, PART 3: COMMON NOUNS, 

PROPER NOUNS, AND PRONOUNS 3 

ADVENTURES IN GRAMMAR GALAXY, PART 4: VERBSTAR 3 

CLASSIFYING: JUGGLING SHAPES, SIZES, COLORS, TEXTURES 17 

PARAGRAPHS: LIKE SCENES IN A FILM 61 

THE REFERENCE SECTION 67 

• Writing 

ADVENTURES IN GRAMMAR GALAXY, PART 1: SUBJECT 

AND PREDICATE 3 

ADVENTURES IN GRAMMAR GALAXY, PART 2: ADJECTIVES, ADVERBS, 

AND PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES 3 

ADVENTURES IN GRAMMAR GALAXY, PART 3: COMMON NOUNS, 

PROPER NOUNS, AND PRONOUNS 3 

ADVENTURES IN GRAMMAR GALAXY, PART 4: VERBSTAR 3 

THE CALENDAR: DAYS, WEEKS, MONTHS (SECOND EDITION) 13 

PARAGRAPHS: LIKE SCENES IN A FILM 61 

SENTENCES: MANY WAYS TO BEGIN 72 

THEMES: THE DAY WHEN NOTHING MADE SENSE 79 

WRITING SAYS IT ALL 87 

MATHEMATICS 

• Arithmetic Operations 

MATHEMATICS: LIFE'S NUMBER GAME 53 

PLACE VALUE: ONES, TENS, HUNDREDS (SECOND EDITION) 64 

• Geometry 

CLASSIFYING: JUGGLING SHAPES, SIZES, COLORS, TEXTURES 17 

• Measurement 

THE CALENDAR: DAYS, WEEKS, MONTHS (SECOND EDITION) 13 

LATITUDE, LONGITUDE AND TIME ZONES (REVISED) 46 

SCIENCE-LIFE 

• Animals— Evolution and Adaptation 

LOOK AROUND YOU IN THE DESERT 50 

64,000,000 YEARS AGO 74 

• Animals— Habits and Behavior 

ANIMALS OF ASIA 5 

AUTUMN IN NATURE 7 

AUTUMN WITH GRIZZLIES 7 

BEARS, KINGS OF THE WILD 8 

BIGHORNS OF BEAUTY CREEK 10 

FAIRY PENGUINS 28 

THE FASTEST ANIMAL ON EARTH 29 

IT'S A BADGER'S WORLD 43 

LEARNING ABOUT DEER 47 

LIFE OF THE HONEYBEE (SECOND EDITION) 47 

MISSION THIRD PLANET: CREATURES OF THE LAND 55 

THE PRAIRIE (THIRD EDITION) (THE NATURAL 

SCIENCE SERIES) 65 

THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS (REVISED EDITION) (THE NATURAL 

SCIENCE SERIES) 69 

SPRING IN NATURE 75 

SUMMER IN NATURE 78 

WILDLIFE ON REPRIEVE 87 

THE WORLD OF PLANT AND ANIMAL COMMUNITIES 87 

• Animals— Invertebrates 

MISSION THIRD PLANET: CREATURES OF THE SEA 55 

• Animals— Insects 

BEGINNING BEEKEEPING 8 

THE HOUSEFLY (THIRD EDITION) 39 

INSECTS: THE LOVELY AND THE LETHAL 42 

LIFE OF THE HONEYBEE (SECOND EDITION) 47 

• Animals— Fish 

ANIMALS OF A LIVING REEF 5 

THE LAKE OF PERCH: THE FOOD CHAIN 

(ABORRESOEN: FODEKAEDEN) 46 

THE LAKE OF PERCH: THE YOUNG PERCH (ABORRESOEN: 

ABORRENS BORN) 46 

THE LAKE OF PERCH: WINTER (ABORRESOEN: VINTER) 46 

• Animals— Birds 

ANIMALS OF SOUTH AMERICA 5 

8ABY BIRDS AND THEIR PARENTS 7 



BIRDS AROUND YOU 

PENGUINS! (ON VACATION) 

ROUND ROBIN 

THE WONDER OF DOLPHINS 

• Animals— Mammals 

ANIMALS OF SOUTH AMERICA 

BEARS, KINGS OF THE WILD 

CANINES: PETS AND PREDATORS 

• Animals— Zoos and Aquariums 

THE ZOO (SECOND EDITION) 

ZOO BABIES LARGE AND SMALL 

• Biology— General 

COLOR IN NATURE 

MISSION THIRD PLANET: CREATURES OF THE LAND 

MISSION THIRD PLANET: CREATURES OF THE SEA 

MISSION THIRD PLANET: GREEN GROW THE PLANTS 

• Conservation 

SUN POWER 

• Ecology 

AH, MAN - SEE WHAT YOU'VE DONE 

THE DESERT [THIRD EDITION] (THE NATURAL 

SCIENCE SERIES) 

E IS FOR ECOLOGY 

E IS FOR ENERGY 

FOOD CHAINS: A BOND OF LIFE 

SUMMER IN NATURE 

THE WORLD OF PLANT AND ANIMAL COMMUNITIES 

• Plants 

AUTUMN IN NATURE 

LOOK AROUND YOU IN AUTUMN (CAPTIONED) 

LOOK AROUND YOU IN SPRING (CAPTIONED) 

LOOK AROUND YOU IN SUMMER (CAPTIONED) 

LOOK AROUND YOU IN WINTER (CAPTIONED) 

MISSION THIRD PLANET: GREEN GROW THE PLANTS 

PLANTS MAKE FOOD (SECOND EDITION) i 

THE PRAIRIE (THIRD EDITION) (THE NATURAL 

SCIENCE SERIES) I 

SPRING IN NATURE I 

THE WORLD OF PLANT AND ANIMAL COMMUNITIES 

• Scientific Method 

CLASSIFYING: JUGGLING SHAPES, SIZES, COLORS, TEXTURES.., 
MISSION THIRD PLANET: GREEN GROW THE PLANTS 

SCIENCE-PHYSICAL 

• Chemical Change 

THE BEHAVIOR OF MATTER 

MATTER CHANGES (PHYSICAL SCIENCE LEARNING 
LAB SERIES) 

• Earth Science 

MINERALS AND ROCKS (SECOND EDITION) I 

THE OREGON DUNES I 

THE RESTLESS SEA .".I 

RIVERS: THE WORK OF RUNNING WATER 

THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS (REVISED EDITION) (THE NATURAL 
SCIENCE SERIES) 

• Electricity and Magnetism 

MAGNETISM AND FIELDS OF FORCE (PHYSICAL SCIENCE LEAR 

LAB SERIES) 

MAGNETS: THE DRAGON'S SECRET 

• Energy and Matter 

THE BEHAVIOR OF MATTER 

E IS FOR ENERGY 

ENERGY DOES WORK (PHYSICAL SCIENCE LEARNING 

LAB SERIES) 

ENERGY FROM THE SUN (SECOND EDITION) 

FOOD CHAINS: A BOND OF LIFE 

MATTER CHANGES (PHYSICAL SCIENCE LEARNING 

LAB SERIES) 

MATTER IS EVERYTHING (PHYSICAL SCIENCE LEARNING 

LAB SERIES) 

SOLAR ENERGY: HOW IT WORKS 

WIND: THE POWER AND THE PROMISE 

• Light and Color 

COLOR IN NATURE 

• Machines 

SIMPLE MACHINES: INCLINED PLANES AND LEVERS 

(THIRD EDITION) 

TRANSPORTATION: A BASIC NEED 

• Space Science and Astronomy 

EXPLORATION OF MARS 

SUN POWER 



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SCIENCE-PHYSICAL • SOCIAL STUDIES / 113 



•Veather and Seasons 

UMN IN NATURE 7 

SES OF THE SEASONS (REVISED) 14 

NGING SEASONS 14 

K AROUND YOU IN AUTUMN (CAPTIONED) 50 

K AROUND YOU IN SPRING (CAPTIONED) 50 

K AROUND YOU IN SUMMER (CAPTIONED) 50 

K AROUND YOU IN WINTER (CAPTIONED) 50 

SONS: AUTUMN 71 

SONS: SPRING 71 

SONS: SUMMER 71 

ONS: WINTER 71 

NG IN NATURE 75 

WATER CYCLE (SECOND EDITION) 85 

T MAKES WEATHER? 86 

): THE POWER AND THE PROMISE 87 

SOCIAL STUDIES 
nthropology 

ERTO: SHARK BOY OP THE SEA OF CORTEZ 33 

[BEEGIE AND THE EGG] 41 

PYGMIES: PEOPLE OF THE FOREST 66 

asic Needs— Food, Clothing, Shelter 

'HING (THIRD EDITION) 17 

!Y CHILD (CHAQUE ENFANT) 27 

IMBERME 68 

TER (THIRD EDITION) 72 

POWER 78 

WORLD OF PLANT AND ANIMAL COMMUNITIES 87 

ommunications 

IHUNICATION IS LISTENING 20 

MUNICATION IS TALKING 20 

THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION SERIES 33 

ING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: ACTION 

D VIOLENCE 33 

ING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: COMMERCIALS 33 

ING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: PEOPLE 

iKE PROGRAMS 33 

ING THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: THE CHARACTERS WE SEE 

TV 33 

NG THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: THE MAGIC OF TV 33 

NG THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: THE REAL WORLD 

TV 33 

NG THE MOST OUT OF TELEVISION: THE TECHNICAL SIDE 

TV 33 

N, CINDY 49 

immunity Life 

S 11 

l'S EYE VIEW 15 

1UNITY HELPERS: FIREFIGHTERS 18 

1UNITY HELPERS: MEDICAL AND HEALTH WORKERS 18 

IUNITY HELPERS: POLICE OFFICERS 18 

1UNITY HELPERS: POSTAL WORKERS 18 

ilUNITY HELPERS: SCHOOL WORKERS 18 

UNITY HELPERS: UTILITY WORKERS 18 

ENCOUNTERS: A RUSSIAN JOURNAL 30 

1ER BECOMES A FIRE FIGHTER 37 

{OWING, I'M CHANGING (GROWING UP, WITH 

IDY OFFENHEIM) 41 

(VISIBLE CHILDREN 42 

i ,! HOBBY FOR HARVEY 43 

E OFFICER (FOURTH EDITION) 65 

YGMIES: PEOPLE OF THE FOREST 66 

71 



ER (THIRD EDITION) 72 

IPORTATION: A BASIC NEED 81 

[MODUPE AND THE FLOOD] 82 

l: TIGER AND THE BIG WIND 82 

!IDE STORE 85 

IS AN AMERICAN, Part 1 86 

IS AN AMERICAN, Part 2 86 

AND HIS DREAM 88 

RING YOUR LUNCH, I'LL BRING MINE (GROWING UP, WITH 
DY OFFENHEIM) 88 

unomics and Industry 

A PIGS IS PIGS 36 

THE METAL GIANT 76 

TORY OF A CHECK (REVISED) 77 

nily Life 

ilDGE OF ADAM RUSH 

E 



12 

24 

ES: EARNING AND SPENDING 28 

cS: HELPING OUT 29 

ES: WILL THEY SURVIVE? 29 

\ AND SON SERIES 29 

\ AND SON: HOMEWORK 29 



FATHER AND SON: THAT'S MY DAD! 29 

FATHER AND SON: THE BROKEN GLASS 29 

FATHER AND SON: THE PHANTOM OF THE PARK 29 

FATHER AND SON: THE PIANO LESSON 29 

FATHER AND SON: THE PIGGY BANK 29 

FATHER AND SON: THE SLEEPWALKER 29 

FATHER AND SON: THE WRONG TARGET 29 

GILBERTO: SHARK BOY OF THE SEA OF CORTEZ 33 

IN CASE OF FIRE (SECOND EDITION) 41 

MANDY'S GRANDMOTHER 52 

OH BROTHER, MY BROTHER 59 

SEARCHING FOR SOME LOVE AND CARE (GROWING UP, WITH 

SANDY OFFENHEIM) 71 

SOME DAY I'LL BE BIG (GROWING UP, WITH 

SANDY OFFENHEIM) 74 

STEP FAMILY 77 

TOMORROW I'LL BE THERE (GROWING UP, WITH 

SANDY OFFENHEIM) 81 

• Farm Life 

MAPLE SPRING 53 

WINTER HARVEST 87 

• Food Production 

BASIC BREADMAKING 7 

BEGINNING BEEKEEPING 8 

MAPLE SYRUP 53 

• Indians of North America 

AMERICAN INDIANS: YESTERDAY AND TODAY 5 

A TIME TO BE BRAVE 81 

• Natural Resources 

COAL TO KILOWATTS 17 

HAVING FUN OUTDOORS (CAPTIONED) 37 

MINERALS AND ROCKS (SECOND EDITION) 54 

RUBBISH TO RICHES 69 

SOLAR ENERGY: HOW IT WORKS 74 

THE WORLD OF PLANT AND ANIMAL COMMUNITIES 87 

• Transportation 

BOATS AND SHIPS (THIRD EDITION) 11 

FREIGHT TRAIN (SECOND EDITION) 32 

HELICOPTER RIDE! 37 

THE PANAMA CANAL (REVISED) 61 



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AGRICULTURE 

• Agriculture— Crops 

AGRO-INDUSTRIES 3 

A BETTER LIFE FOR FARMERS 9 

BRIGHTER DAWN 12 

COSTA RICA 75 21 

A FRONTIER TO INHABIT 32 

THE IMPROVEMENT OF RURAL HABITAT 41 

JIBANAK 44 

LAND OF YESTERDAY, PEOPLE OF TODAY 46 

THE LAND REBORN 46 

LETTER FROM CACOON 47 

NEW FIELDS 57 

OUR ONE AND ONLY HOME 60 

RURAL HABITAT 70 

SUGARCANE 78 

THIS IS BANGLADESH 80 

• Agriculture— Economics and Management 

ACTION IN RURAL LIVING AREAS 3 

AGRO-INDUSTRIES 3 

THE AMERICAN SHEEPMAN 5 

THE BADIA AWAKENS 7 

BRIGHTER DAWN 12 

COSTA RICA 75 21 

DEVELOPMENT OF THE HUNGARIAN SETTLEMENT 23 

GROWTH FOR THE FUTURE 35 

THE GUANCHIAS PROJECT 36 

THE IMPROVEMENT OF RURAL HABITAT 41 

JIBANAK 44 

LETTER FROM CACOON 47 

A LOOK AT RURAL INDIA 50 

MANAGEMENT OF URBAN GROWTH AND LAND USE 52 

THE MAVERICK 53 

NEW FIELDS 57 

QUEST FOR BETTER LIVING 66 

RANGELANDS: AN AMERICAN HERITAGE 67 

RANGELANDS: THE SILENT RESOURCE 67 

TIBILDO 80 

• Agriculture— Engineering, Machinery and Buildings 

ELECTRICAL SAFETY AROUND THE FARM 25 

FARM IMPLEMENT SAFETY 29 

• Agriculture— General 

HABITAT: PAKISTAN 37 

LANDLORDS OF THE SUN (LOS DUENOS DEL SOL: 

FONDO NEGRO) 46 

THE PLOW THAT BROKE THE PLAINS 64 

REGIONAL FUNDS FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT 68 

SAEMAUL UNDONG - KOREA 70 

SCHYICHHAG 71 

• Agriculture— Livestock and Poultry 

THE AMERICAN SHEEPMAN 5 

BEAUTY, BONNY, DAISY, VIOLET, GRACE, AND 

GEOFFREY MORTON 8 

CATFISH FEVER (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 14 

THEDIGESTORS 23 

FAST HORSE IN A BULL MARKET (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 29 

A FRONTIER TO INHABIT 32 

THE MAVERICK 53 

RANGELANDS: AN AMERICAN HERITAGE 67 

RANGELANDS: THE SILENT RESOURCE 67 

RENDERER: RECYCLING FOR A BETTER TOMORROW 68 

RETURN TO MICHIGAN 68 

SAMI HERDERS 71 

UJAMAA VILLAGES 82 

• Forestry and Forest Conservation 

ENGINEERING IN A FORESTRY ENVIRONMENT 27 

A FOREST VILLAGE IN THAILAND 31 

FROM THE HUT TO THE BUILDING 32 

THE GYPSY MOTH: A DILEMMA 36 

HABITAT IN PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO 37 

LOGDRIVERS 50 

POLAND'S INDUSTRIAL CENTRE 65 

SPARTREE 75 

SUN, WIND AND WOOD 78 

• Soil and Water Conservation 

BEAUTY, BONNY, DAISY, VIOLET, GRACE, AND 

GEOFFREY MORTON 8 

BOTANIC MAN #8: ON THE LIMIT 12 

ETERNAL WATER 27 

LAW OF THE LAND 46 

THE MAVERICK 53 

RANGELANDS: AN AMERICAN HERITAGE 67 

RANGELANDS: THE SILENT RESOURCE 67 

A ROOF FOR EVERYONE 69 

RUNOFF: LAND USE AND WATER QUALITY 70 



STEMMING THE SANDS 77 

THIS IS BANGLADESH 80 

TUZLA, THE SINKING TOWN 82 

WATER FOR DEVELOPMENT 85 

YELLOW AND GREEN 88 

BUSINESS, INDUSTRY AND ECONOMICS 

• Accounting and Bookkeeping 

STARTING A BUSINESS V: HOW MUCH CAPITAL WILL 
YOU NEED? 76 

• Automation and Data Processing 

THE BILLION DOLLAR BUBBLE 10 

THE COMPUTER PROGRAMME 19 

THE COMPUTER PROGRAMME [1]: IT'S HAPPENING NOW 19 

THE COMPUTER PROGRAMME [2]: ONE THING 

AFTER ANOTHER 19 

THE COMPUTER PROGRAMME [3]: TALKING TO A MACHINE 19 

THE COMPUTER PROGRAMME [4]: IT'S ON THE COMPUTER 19 

THE COMPUTER PROGRAMME [5]: THE NEW MEDIA 19 

THE COMPUTER PROGRAMME [6]: SOUND AND 

MOVING PICTURES 19 

THE COMPUTER PROGRAMME [7]: LET'S PRETEND 19 

THE COMPUTER PROGRAMME [8]: ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE 19 

THE COMPUTER PROGRAMME [9]: IN CONTROL 19 

THE COMPUTER PROGRAMME [10]: THINGS TO COME 19 

DATA DICTIONARIES (COMPUTER-BASED 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS) 21 

GOODBYE GUTENBERG 34 

HOW DOES A DBMS WORK? (COMPUTER-BASED 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS) 39 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND DATA BASES (COMPUTER-BASED 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS) 42 

L.O.L.A. CASE STUDY (COMPUTER-BASED 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS) 45 

NOW THE CHIPS ARE DOWN 58 

OCL DATA MODELLING (COMPUTER-BASED 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS) 59 

S.T.C. CASE STUDY (COMPUTER-BASED 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS) 70 

SECURITY AND INTEGRITY (COMPUTER-BASED 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS) 71 

THE SILICON FACTOR: AND WHAT OF THE FUTURE? 73 

THE SILICON FACTOR: SO WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT? 73 

THE USER AND THE DATA BASE (COMPUTER-BASED 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS) 83 

• Career Development 

AMERICA WORKS WHEN AMERICA WORKS 5 

COMPETITION: PLANNING FOR CHANGE 18 

DECISION MAKING: ALTERNATIVES AND INFORMATION 22 

DECISION MAKING: VALUES AND GOALS 22 

DECISIONS 22 

THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST. MICHAEL 34 

JOB INTERVIEW: WHOM WOULD YOU HIRE (FILM A: 

LARGE BUSINESS) 44 

MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR NURSES, PART 1: MOVING UP - 

MAKING THE TRANSITION TO HEAD NURSE 52 

MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR NURSES, PART 2: PLANNING - 

PREPARING FOR ACTION 52 

VERBAL COMMUNICATION: THE POWER OF WORDS 84 

• Communicating and Listening 

BOTTOM LINE COMMUNICATING: GET TO THE POINT 12 

THE COMPETITIVE EDGE 18 

LISTENING FOR THE SALE 49 

PROBING FOR THE SALE 65 

TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS: BETTER COMMUNICATION 

FOR ORGANIZATIONS 81 

VERBAL COMMUNICATION: THE POWER OF WORDS 84 

WHAT YOU ARE ISN'T NECESSARILY WHAT YOU WILL BE 86 

YOUR IMAGE: MAKE IT WORK FOR YOU 88 

YOU'RE NOT COMMUNICATING 88 

• Consumer Education 

THE BRONSWIK AFFAIR 13 

BUDGETING PERSONAL INCOME 13 

COPING WITH SERIOUS ILLNESS: FINANCES 20 

ENERGY: A LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL 26 

THE FOOD SHOW 31 

GETTING A BETTER BUY IN A USED CAR 33 

GUINEA PIGS IS PIGS 36 

HOW TO SAY "GOOD BUY!" 39 

KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF ADULTS 44 

RECOURSE FOR THE CONSUMER 67 

A SHORT FILM ON SOLAR ENERGY 73 

THE STORY OF A CHECK (REVISED) 77 

SURVIVAL AFTER HIGH SCHOOL 78 

WHAT SHALL WE DO ABOUT MOTHER? 86 

WHAT TO DO ...WHEN YOU NEED A BANKER 86 



WHAT TO DO...WHEN YOU NEED A DOCTOR 

WHAT TO DO.. .WHEN YOU NEED AN INSURANCE AGENT 

WHAT TO DO.. .WHEN YOU NEED A LAWYER 

WHAT TO DO. WHEN YOU NEED A REAL ESTATE AGENT 

• Customer Relations 

EYE ON THE MEDIA: BUSINESS AND THE PRESS 

GUINEA PIGS IS PIGS 

LISTENING FOR THE SALE 

PROBING FOR THE SALE 

REMEMBER ME 

STARTING A BUSINESS III: WHO WILL YOUR CUSTOMERS BE 
STARTING A BUSINESS IV: HOW WILL YOU PENETRATE 

YOUR MARKET? 

TAKE CARE 

WHf PEOPLE BUY 

• Decision Making and Problem Solving 

BASIC RECORDS FOR A SMALL BUSINESS 

THE CASE OF THE SNARLED PARKING LOT 

A CASE OF WORKING SMARTER, NOT HARDER 

CONFLICT ON THE LINE 

COPY MONSTER 

DECISION MAKING: ALTERNATIVES AND INFORMATION 

DECISION MAKING: OUTCOMES AND ACTION 

DECISION MAKING: VALUES AND GOALS 

DECISIONS 

DISCIPLINE WITHOUT PUNISHMENT 

EVALUATING A SMALL BUSINESS (MANAGEMENT 

CLINIC SERIES) 

FINANCING A SMALL BUSINESS (MANAGEMENT 

CLINIC SERIES) 

THE HUMAN PROBLEM IN MANAGEMENT: APPROACHES TO 

ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION 

INSURANCE NEEDS FOR SMALL BUSINESS (MANAGEMENT 

CLINIC SERIES) 

JOB INTERVIEW: WHOM WOULD YOU HIRE? (FILM B: 

SMALL BUSINESS) 

MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR NURSES, PART 2: PLANNING - 

PREPARING FOR ACTION 

MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR NURSES, PART 3: ORGANIZING 

MAKING IT ALL HAPPEN 

THE MONDRAGON EXPERIMENT 

RESOLVING CONFLICTS 

SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP 

THE SKY'S THE LIMIT [1]: TAKING CHARGE 

THE SKY'S THE LIMIT [2]: WINNING ALL THE TIME 

STARTING A BUSINESS [1]: ARE YOU AN ENTREPRENEUR?. 
STARTING A BUSINESS II: WHAT'S THE BEST BUSINESS 

FOR YOU? 

STARTING A BUSINESS IV: HOW WILL YOU PENETRATE 

YOUR MARKET? 

• Economic System— U.S. 

DOGFIGHT OVER NEW YORK (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

FAST HORSE IN A BULL MARKET (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

THE GLOBAL ENERGY GAME 

GULLIVER'S NEW TRAVELS (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

INFLATION - THE FIRE THAT WON'T GO OUT 

NOT BY JEANS ALONE (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

SOME CALL IT GREED 

WESTSIDE STORE 

WHAT THIS COUNTRY NEEDS 



.... 



• Economics— General 

THE ANATOMY OF CRISIS (FREE TO CHOOSE [3]) 

BANKRUPT (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

THE BIG VILLAGE 

BOEING VS. THE WORLD: THE JET SET (ENTERPRISE SERII 

BOLIVIA: THE TIN MOUNTAIN 

CATFISH FEVER (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

CITY PLANNING AND PUBLIC HOUSING 

THE COLONEL COMES TO JAPAN (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 

CREATED EQUAL (FREE TO CHOOSE, [5]) 

A DEMAND SCHEDULE FOR WUMPETS 

DEVELOPMENT OF THE HUNGARIAN SETTLEMENT 

EVALUATING A SMALL BUSINESS (MANAGEMENT 

CLINIC SERIES) 

FINANCING A SMALL BUSINESS (MANAGEMENT 

CLINIC SERIES) 

FREE TO CHOOSE SERIES 

FROM CRADLE TO GRAVE (FREE TO CHOOSE, [4]) 

FUTURE 



THE GLOBAL ENERGY GAME 

GUINEA PIGS IS PIGS 

HOW TO CURE INFLATION (FREE TO CHOOSE, [9]) 

HOW TO STAY FREE (FREE TO CHOOSE, [10]) 

INFLATION - THE FIRE THAT WON'T GO OUT 

LAND POLICY 

THE MAKING OF A PACKAGE DEAL (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 
ONE MAN'S MULTINATIONAL (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 



Adolescent thru Adult Level Subject Index 



BUSINESS, INDUSTRY AND ECONOMICS • EDUCATION / 115 



POLAND'S INDUSTRIAL CENTRE 65 

IHE POWER OF THE MARKET (FREE TO CHOOSE, [1]) 65 

THE PRICE OF HUNGER 65 

SURAL TO URBAN MIGRATION - FIVE EXAMPLES 70 

SINGAPORE 73 

STARTING A BUSINESS [1]: ARE YOU AN ENTREPRENEUR? 76 

STARTING A BUSINESS II: WHAT'S THE BEST BUSINESS 

FOR YOU? 76 

STARTING A BUSINESS III: WHO WILL YOUR CUSTOMERS BE? 76 

STARTING A BUSINESS V: HOW MUCH CAPITAL WILL 

YOU NEED? 76 

JART-UP (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 76 

\ SUPPLY SCHEDULE FOR WUMPETS 78 

HE TYRANNY OF CONTROL (FREE TO CHOOSE, [2]) 82 

UJAMAA]: NOEL'S LEMONADE STAND 82 

WAT'S WRONG WITH OUR SCHOOLS? (FREE TO 

CHOOSE, [6]) 86 

VHO PROTECTS THE CONSUMER? (FREE TO CHOOSE, [7]) 86 

PROTECTS THE WORKER? (FREE TO CHOOSE, [8]) 86 

(HOTTER (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 87 

Group Dynamics and Team Building 

IRAIN POWER 12 

1UILDING MORE EFFECTIVE TEAMS: THE ORGANIZATION 

DEVELOPMENT APPROACH 13 

HANGING ORGANIZATIONS: DESIGNING FOR PEOPLE 

AND PURPOSE 14 

ONFLICT ON THE LINE 19 

OYOU BELIEVE IN MIRACLES? 24 

HE KYOCERA EXPERIMENT (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 45 

IADE IN JAPAN, Part 2: BUSINESS PRACTICES AND 

CHANGING LIFESTYLES 50 

IANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR NURSES, PART 3: ORGANIZING - 

MAKING IT ALL HAPPEN 52 

EW LEADERSHIP STYLES: TOWARDS HUMAN AND 

ECONOMIC GOALS 57 

it "SALARY MAN": JAPAN'S WHITE-COLLAR WORKER 70 

IEMMING THE SANDS 77 

PACTIONAL ANALYSIS: BETTER COMMUNICATION 
j FOR ORGANIZATIONS 81 

Job Analysis and Job Enrichment 

ALL IT WORK 40 

Labor 

HERICA WORKS WHEN AMERICA WORKS 5 

JAPAN CAN...WHY CAN'T WE? 41 

iGDRIVERS 50 

IE MONDRAGON EXPERIMENT 55 

JRSE...WHERE ARE YOU? 59 

HO PROTECTS THE WORKER? (FREE TO CHOOSE, [8]) 86 

Manufacturing Processes 

3THING (THIRD EDITION) 17 

WINS 23 

IE FIBERGLASS CHAIRS 30 

JAPAN CAN...WHY CAN'T WE? 41 

,SER: LIGHT OF THE 21ST CENTURY 46 

W-MADE MACROMOLECULES 52 

IWTHE CHIPS ARE DOWN 58 

IE MAN'S MULTINATIONAL (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 59 

60 



NOERER: RECYCLING FOR A BETTER TOMORROW 68 

8BER PLANTATION 69 

UP (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 76 

EEL: THE METAL GIANT 76 

Marketing 

: « E COLONEL COMES TO JAPAN (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 18 

MPETITION: PLANNING FOR CHANGE 18 

MATING A SMALL BUSINESS (MANAGEMENT 

fLINIC SERIES) 27 

" GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST. MICHAEL 34 

\ AT THE FAIR 40 

il POSING 44 

MAKING OF A PACKAGE DEAL (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 51 

1 BY JEANS ALONE (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 58 

"" A BUSINESS III: WHO WILL YOUR CUSTOMERS BE? 76 



Money and Banking 

•MKRUPT (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 7 

>IC RECORDS FOR A SMALL BUSINESS 7 

FETING PERSONAL INCOME 13 

DIT AND COLLECTIONS FOR A SMALL BUSINESS 21 

WING A SMALL BUSINESS (MANAGEMENT 

WC SERIES) 30 

» TO CURE INFLATION (FREE TO CHOOSE, [9]) 39 

fflNG A BUSINESS V: HOW MUCH CAPITAL WILL 

OUNEED? 76 

VIVAL AFTER HIGH SCHOOL 78 

U TO DO...WHEN YOU NEED A BANKER 86 



• Motivation, Personnel Management and 
Supervision 

AMERICA WORKS WHEN AMERICA WORKS 5 

ASBESTOS: THE WAY TO DUSTY DEATH 6 

BUILDING MORE EFFECTIVE TEAMS: THE ORGANIZATION 

DEVELOPMENT APPROACH 13 

THE CAPTAIN IS A LADY 13 

THE CASE OF THE SNARLED PARKING LOT 14 

A CASE OF WORKING SMARTER, NOT HARDER 14 

CHANGING ORGANIZATIONS: DESIGNING FOR PEOPLE 

AND PURPOSE 14 

CONFLICT ON THE LINE 19 

DISCIPLINE WITHOUT PUNISHMENT 23 

THE EGO TRAP 25 

HOSPITALS DON'T BURN DOWN 38 

HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF MARGINAL EMPLOYEES 39 

THE HUMAN PROBLEM IN MANAGEMENT: APPROACHES TO 

ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION 40 

IF JAPAN CAN.. WHY CAN'T WE? 41 

JOB INTERVIEW: WHOM WOULD YOU HIRE? (FILM B: 

SMALL BUSINESS) 44 

THE KYOCERA EXPERIMENT (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 45 

LISTENING: THE PROBLEM SOLVER 49 

MADE IN JAPAN, Part 1: CULTURAL INFLUENCES ON INDUSTRY 50 

MADE IN JAPAN, Part 2: BUSINESS PRACTICES AND 

CHANGING LIFESTYLES 50 

MOTIVATION: MAKING IT HAPPEN 56 

NEW LEADERSHIP STYLES: TOWARDS HUMAN AND 

ECONOMIC GOALS 57 

ONE MAN'S MULTINATIONAL (ENTERPRISE SERIES) 59 

ORIENTATION: ATTITUDE, APPEARANCE, APPROACH 60 

PEOPLE AND PRODUCTIVITY: WE LEARN FROM THE JAPANESE 62 

RESOLVING CONFLICTS 68 

SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP 74 

TOKYO IN TENNESSEE 81 

TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS: BETTER COMMUNICATION 

FOR ORGANIZATIONS 81 

WHAT YOU ARE ISN'T NECESSARILY WHAT YOU WILL BE 86 

THE WORKPLACE HUSTLE 87 

YOUR ATTITUDE IS SHOWING: THE ANSWER TO 

GREATER PRODUCTIVITY 88 

• Performance Appraisal and Productivity 

HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF MARGINAL EMPLOYEES 39 

IF JAPAN CAN...WHY CAN'T WE? 41 

MADE IN JAPAN, Part 1: CULTURAL INFLUENCES ON INDUSTRY 50 

PEOPLE AND PRODUCTIVITY: WE LEARN FROM THE JAPANESE 62 

WHAT THIS COUNTRY NEEDS 86 

• Retirement Planning 

FOREVER YOUNG 31 

• Stress Management and Personal Health 

A CASE OF WORKING SMARTER, NOT HARDER 14 

COPING WITH STRESS 20 

EXERCISES FOR ANYONE, ANYWHERE, ANYTIME 28 

GOOD LUCK, MR. ROBINSON: [MANAGING STRESS] 34 

THE SKY'S THE LIMIT [1]: TAKING CHARGE 74 

THE SKY'S THE LIMIT [2]: WINNING ALL THE TIME 74 

STRESS: A PERSONAL CHALLENGE 77 

STRESS: ARE WE KILLING OURSELVES? 77 

THE STRESS MESS 77 

WALKING FOR PHYSICAL FITNESS 85 

YOUR ERRONEOUS ZONES 88 

• Time Management 

THE STRESS MESS 77 

• Sales Psychology 

BOTTOM LINE COMMUNICATING: GET TO THE POINT 12 

COMMUNICATION: GETTING IN TOUCH 18 

THE COMPETITIVE EDGE 18 

THE COOKIE KID 20 

LISTENING FOR THE SALE 49 

MOTIVATION: MAKING IT HAPPEN 56 

ORIENTATION: ATTITUDE, APPEARANCE, APPROACH 60 

PROBING FOR THE SALE 65 

SELLING: THE POWER OF CONFIDENCE 72 

SELLING TO TOUGH CUSTOMERS 72 

STARTING A BUSINESS IV: HOW WILL YOU PENETRATE 

YOUR MARKET? 76 

WHEN YOU'RE SMILIN' 86 

WHY PEOPLE BUY 86 

• Clerical and Office Skills 

COPY MONSTER 20 

• Vocational Guidance 

AMERICA WORKS WHEN AMERICA WORKS 5 

I CALL IT WORK 40 

JOB INTERVIEW: WHOM WOULD YOU HIRE (FILM A: 
LARGE BUSINESS) ** 



JOB INTERVIEW: WHOM WOULD YOU HIRE' (FILM B: 

SMALL BUSINESS) 44 

STARTING A BUSINESS [1]: ARE YOU AN ENTREPRENEUR' 76 

STARTING A BUSINESS II: WHAT'S THE BEST BUSINESS 

FOR YOU? 76 

THE STORY OF JOE OGG 77 

VOICES OF YOUNG JAPAN 84 

YOUR IMAGE: MAKE IT WORK FOR YOU 88 

• Women in Business 

THE BAXTERS: SUSAN'S NEW JOB 8 

GETTING OFF WELFARE 33 

PRETEND YOU'RE WEARING A BARREL 65 

SHE'S A RAILROADER 72 

TURNING POINTS: A PROFILE OF THREE ADULT WOMEN 

IN COLLEGE 82 

THE WORKPLACE HUSTLE 87 

YOUR IMAGE: MAKE IT WORK FOR YOU 88 

EDUCATION 

• Adult Education 

BECAUSE THEY LOVE ME 8 

CISSIN 17 

DECISIONS 22 

A FOREST VILLAGE IN THAILAND 31 

THE IMPROVEMENT OF RURAL HABITAT 41 

THE IMPROVEMENT OF RURAL HABITAT IN KAGANDA 41 

A LOOK AT RURAL INDIA 50 

PHOTOSYNTHESIS (THIRD EDITION) 63 

RESETTLEMENT OF THE BEDOUINS IN KUWAIT 68 

SPONTANEOUS SETTLEMENTS 75 

TIBILDO 80 

• Audiovisual Instruction 

CLEAR AS MUD 17 

MEDIA PROBES: THE FUTURE 54 

TEACHING BASIC SKILLS WITH FILM 79 

TO HELP THEM LEARN 81 

• Child Development 

BECAUSE THEY LOVE ME 8 

DAY CARE FOR A KIBBUTZ TODDLER 22 

DR. SPOCK: AN AMERICAN INSTITUTION 24 

AN EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: GRAHAME BURKE 27 

AN EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: HOPPIE KIRKBRIDE 27 

AN EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: INGA DAVIS 28 

AN EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: LAURIE SUMMERS 28 

AN EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: MARK GOODY 28 

AN EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: NIGEL SHORT 28 

FEEDING SKILLS: YOUR BABY'S EARLY YEARS 30 

[FIRST EXCHANGES BETWEEN INFANTS] (PREMIERS ECHANGES 

ENTRE NOURRISSONS) 30 

FIRST FRIENDS 30 

GLUB GLUB AND THE MONKEYS 34 

[GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHILD] (CROISSANCE ET 

DEVELOPEMENT DE L'ENFANT) 35 

I'M GROWING, I'M CHANGING (GROWING UP, WITH 

SANDY OFFENHEIM) 41 

INFANT DEVELOPMENT IN THE KIBBUTZ 41 

AN INVENTION CALLED CHILDHOOD 42 

[MECHANISMS OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION AMONG YOUNG 

CHILDREN] (MECANISMES DE LA COMMUNICATION NON VERBALE 

CHEZ LES JEUNES ENFANTS) 53 

ONE TWO THREE 59 

PEERS IN MIDDLE CHILDHOOD 62 

THE PINKS AND THE BLUES 63 

[PSYCHOMOTOR STIMULATION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD] (ESSAI DE 

STIMULATION PSYCHOMOTRICE DANS LA 

PREMIERE ENFANCE) 66 

SEARCHING FOR SOME LOVE AND CARE (GROWING UP, WITH 

" SANDY OFFENHEIM) 71 

SILENT SPEECH 73 

SOME DAY I'LL BE BIG (GROWING UP, WITH 

SANDY OFFENHEIM) 74 

[STARTING TO GROW] (LE TEMPS DU REGARD) 76 

[THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS: DISCOVERY OF THE IMAGE OF THE 

SELF BY THE CHILD] (A TRAVERS LE MIROIR: UNE ETUDE SUR LA 

DECOUVERTE DE L'IMAGE DE SOI CHEZ L'ENFANT 80 

TOMORROW I'LL BE THERE (GROWING UP. WITH 

SANDY OFFENHEIM) 81 

A TOUCH OF SENSITIVITY 81 

YOU BRING YOUR LUNCH, I'LL BRING MINE (GROWING UP, WITH 

SANDY OFFENHEIM) 88 

• Educational Psychology and Method 

AN EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: GRAHAME BURKE 27 

AN EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: HOPPIE KIRKBRIDE 27 

FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS 31 

FOUNDATIONS OF READING AND WRITING 31 

FOUNDATIONS OF SCIENCE 31 



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Adolescent thru Adult Level Subject h 



GROUP COMMUNICATION (THE OTHER SCHOOL 

SYSTEM SERIES) 35 

LEARNING CENTERS (THE OTHER SCHOOL SYSTEM SERIES) 47 

THE OTHER SCHOOL SYSTEM SERIES 60 

PEARLS IN THE ALPHABET SOUP 62 

STORY TELLING (THE OTHER SCHOOL SYSTEM SERIES) 77 

TEACHING BASIC SKILLS WITH FILM 79 

TO HELP THEM LEARN 81 

THE VOLUNTEER TEACHER (THE OTHER SCHOOL 

SYSTEM SERIES) 85 

• Elementary Education 

DON'T BOTHER ME, I'M LEARNING 24 

NEW LIFE FOR THE BEDOUINS 57 

TO HEIP THEM LEARN 81 

• Guidance and Counseling 

BOARD AND CARE 11 

COMEBACKER: THE BOB WELCH STORY 18 

DEAF LIKE ME 22 

FATHERS 29 

THE GREAT AMERICAN STUDENT 34 

JOB INTERVIEW: WHOM WOULD YOU HIRE (FILM A: 

LARGE BUSINESS) 44 

MAKING DECISIONS ABOUT SEX 51 

MATHEMATICS: LIFE'S NUMBER GAME 53 

THE MYTHS OF SHOPLIFTING 56 

PREPARING FOR COLLEGE 65 

THE SINGLE PARENT FAMILY 74 

TEENAGE SHOPLIFTING 79 

YANIS AND HIS DREAM 88 

YOUR ATTITUDE IS SHOWING: THE ANSWER TO 

GREATER PRODUCTIVITY 88 

YOUR ERRONEOUS ZONES 88 

• History and Philosophy of Education 

WHAT JOHNNY CAN'T READ 86 

• Library Science 

GOODBYE GUTENBERG 34 

THE LANGUAGE OF MUSIC 46 

LIBRARIES AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS 47 

SOMETHING QUEER AT THE LIBRARY 74 

• School Administration 

GOOD LUCK, MR. ROBINSON: [MANAGING STRESS] 34 

• Secondary Education 

TO HELP THEM LEARN 81 

WHAT'S WRONG WITH OUR SCHOOLS? (FREE TO 
CHOOSE, [6]) 86 

• Special Education 

ALL THE WAY UP THERE 4 

AMY-ON-THE-LIPS 5,99 

[BLIND] (PAS DE PITIE POUR L'AVEUGLE) 11 

BOARD AND CARE 11 

THE BOY WHO TURNED OFF 12 

BREAKING FREE 12 

BUNNY 13 

CONTACT 20 

CROSSBAR 21 

DAVID 21 

DEAF LIKE ME 22 

AN EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: DEBRA SANDERSON 27 

GET OUT AND PUSH 33 

GREENE VALLEY GRANDPARENTS 35 

HEARING IMPAIRMENT: AN OVERVIEW 37 

IN A WORLD OF THEIR OWN 41 

THE INVISIBLE CHILDREN 42 

IT COULD HAVE BEEN YOUR CHILD...YOUR 

BROTHER ...YOUR SISTER 43 

KATHY 44 

language through sight and sound 46 

listening for language 49 

reaching out 67 

SAM 71 

THE SPIKE 75 

STEPPING OUT: DEBOLTS GROW UP 77 

THE STRONGEST MAN 77 

SURVIVAL RUN 78 

THE TOUGHEST BARRIER 81 

TROUBLED KIDS: THE MENTAL HOSPITAL SCHOOL AND 
THE COMMUNITY 82 

• Captioned Film 

EGYPT: LAND OF ANTIQUITY (CAPTIONED) 25 

HAVING FUN OUTDOORS (CAPTIONED) 37 

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSIVE TECHNIQUES (CAPTIONED) 41 

IRISH REPUBLIC: A PROFILE (CAPTIONED) 43 

JOHNNY LEARNS HIS MANNERS (CAPTIONED) 44 

LOOK AROUND YOU IN AUTUMN (CAPTIONED) 50 

LOOK AROUND YOU IN SPRING (CAPTIONED) 50 



LOOK AROUND YOU IN SUMMER (CAPTIONED) 50 

LOOK AROUND YOU IN WINTER (CAPTIONED) 50 

PAUL REVERE (CAPTIONED) (THE FAMOUS ADVENTURES OF MR. 

MAGOO SERIES) 62 

TIME CHANGES THE LAND: THE GEOLOGICAL STORY OF ZIONBRYCE 

IN SOUTHERN UTAH (CAPTIONED) 80 

• Universities and Colleges 

THE MEDICAL SCHOLARS PROGRAM 54 

NETWORKS OF KNOWLEDGE: THE UNITED 

NATIONS UNIVERSITY 57 

NEWLOUVAIN 57 

1968 - A LOOK FOR NEW MEANINGS, Part Three: 

STUDENT PROTESTS 58 

A PLACE IN HISTORY: THE UNIVERSITY OF ST. ANDREWS 64 

PREPARING FOR COLLEGE 65 

WHAT'S WRONG WITH OUR SCHOOLS? (FREE TO 

CHOOSE, [6]) 86 

• Vocational Education 

AMERICA WORKS WHEN AMERICA WORKS 5 

DECISIONS 22 

JOB INTERVIEW: WHOM WOULD YOU HIRE? (FILM B: 

SMALL BUSINESS) 44 

LIBRARIES AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS 47 

THE STORY OF JOE OGG 77 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE 

• Language and Language Teaching 

A COMMON TONGUE, Part 1 18 

A COMMON TONGUE, Part 2 18 

MEDIA PROBES: LANGUAGE 54 

• French Language 

BON APPETIT (CONNAISSONS-NOUS SERIES) 11 

LE CAUCHEMAR (LE MORSE AFFAME) (INUIT 

LEGENDS SERIES) 14 

LE CHASSEUR SOLITAIRE (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 14 

COLETTE 18 

CONNAISSONS-NOUS SERIES 19 

DIABOLIQUE (LES DIABOLIQUES) 23, 99 

L'EAU MAGIQUE (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 25 

FRENCH VILLAGE (LE VILLAGE - UN VILLAGE) 32 

LA PECHE HEROIQUE (LE PETIT GARCON AU GRAND COEUR) (INUIT 

LEGENDS SERIES) 62 

QUEBEC: THE FRENCH DISCONNECTION 66 

RENARD ET OURS (INUIT LEGENDS SERIES) 68 

SALUT, MONTREAL (CONNAISSONS-NOUS SERIES) 71 

VICTOIRE SUR LA MER (QINGALIK ET LA MER) (INUIT 

LEGENDS SERIES) 84 

• France 

ERTE 27 

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION (REVISED) 32 

FRENCH VILLAGE (LE VILLAGE - UN VILLAGE) 32 

MR. HULOT'S HOLIDAY 55, 100 

A PALETTE OF GLASS 61 

• Germany 

HALLE NEUSTADT: STADT DER CHIMIEARBEITER (TOWN OF 
CHEMICAL WORKERS) 37 

• Ancient Rome 

RISE AND DECLINE OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE (REVISED) 69 

• Russia 

FIRST ENCOUNTERS: A RUSSIAN JOURNAL 30 

THE RUSSIANS: PEOPLE OF INFLUENCE 70 

THE RUSSIANS: PEOPLE OF THE CITIES 70 

THE RUSSIANS: PEOPLE OF THE COUNTRY 70 

• Spanish Language 

ARTICULOS DE COSTUMBRE 6 

EL CANTAR DE MIO CID 13 

CAUDILLO 14 

LACELESTINA 14 

CHUCALEZNA 16 

THE DEVIL AND DANIEL MOUSE (SPANISH VERSION: EL DIABLO Y 

EL RATON) 23 

FEOERtCO GARCIA LORCA 29 

LA FONTANA DE ORO 31 

GOYA: HIS LIFE AND ART 34 

EL GRAN TEATRO DEL MUNDO 34 

EL LIBRO DE BUEN AMOR 47 

EL LICENCIADO VIDRIERA 47 

NIEBLA, DE MIGUEL DE UNAMUNO 58 

ELPiCARO „ 63 

LA VIDA ES SUENO 84 

• Spain and Portugal 

CANARY ISLANDS 13 

CAUDILLO 14 

MALLORCA 52 



THE MOSLEMS IN SPAIN 

ELPiCARO 

ROAD TO SANTIAGO 

SPAIN: THE LAND AND THE LEGEND 

• Latin America 

BOLIVIA: THE TIN MOUNTAIN 

BRAZIL: CHILDREN OF THE MIRACLE 

CHILE: THE MOST PAINFUL HOUR 

CHUCALEZNA 

EL SALVADOR - ANOTHER VIET NAM 

HISPANIC AMERICA 

LANDLORDS OF THE SUN (LOS DUENOS DEL SOL: 

FONDO NEGRO) 

MIRRORS (ESPEJOS): REFLECTIONS OF A CULTURE 

NATIONAL POLICY FOR HUMAN SETTLEMENTS: EL SALVADOR. 

PERU: THE REVOLUTION THAT NEVER WAS 

ZERDA'S CHILDREN 



GEOGRAPHY-UNITED STATES 
• Cities— U.S. 

CITIES: STUDS TERKEL'S CHICAGO 

CITIZEN INVOLVEMENT 

DESIGNING THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT 

DOWAGER IN HOT PANTS 

HUMAN SETTLEMENTS AND ENERGY CONSERVATION... 
I REMEMBER HARLEM, PART 1: THE EARLY 

YEARS (1600-1930) 

I REMEMBER HARLEM, PART 2: THE DEPRESSION 

YEARS (1930-1940) 

i REMEMBER HARLEM, PART 3: TOWARD 

FREEDOM (1940-1965) 

I REMEMBER HARLEM, PART 4: TOWARD A NEW 

DAY (1965-1980) 



• Deserts— U.S. 

THE DESERT [THIRD EDITION] (THE NATURAL 

SCIENCE SERIES) 

LOOK AROUND YOU IN THE DESERT 

• Great Lakes 

LAKE SUPERIOR: THE REGION TILL NOW 

• National Parks— U.S. 

THE OREGON DUNES 



• Rivers— U.S. 

THE RIVER 

RIVERS: THE WORK OF RUNNING WATER . 

• States— Central 

LAKE SUPERIOR: THE REGION TILL NOW.. 

• States— Western 

THE OREGON DUNES 

• U.S. Geography— General 

CITIZEN INVOLVEMENT 



GEOGRAPHY-WORLD 
• Africa, Central 

AGRO-INDUSTRIES 

ALADURA: THE PRAYING PEOPLE (MAN'S RELIGIOUS QUEST) . 

BUILDING TOGETHER 

DEEP HEARTS 

FROM THE HUT TO THE BUILDING 

HABITAT IN PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO 

THE IMPROVEMENT OF RURAL HABITAT 

THE IMPROVEMENT OF RURAL HABITAT IN KAGANDA 

KASANGATI HEALTH CENTRE 

RESCUE 

RESETTLEMENT OF ILLEGAL SQUATTERS IN i PORT 

SUDAN TOWN 

A ROOF FOR EVERYONE 

A SHELTER FOR ALL 

TANZANIA: THE WORLD IS ONE 

UJAMAA VILLAGES 

THE UNKNOWN FAMINE 

UPGRADING 



• Africa, General 

AFRICA: A NEW LOOK 

ALHAJI BAI KONTE 

ANANSI THE SPIDER 

ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF THE DEAD: THE DOGON PEOPLE IN THE 

HIGHLANDS (AFRICAN VILLAGE LIFE SERIES) 

BALLOON SAFARI 

BENIN KINGSHIP RITUAL 

A GREAT TREE HAS FALLEN 

HARVEST: 3000 YEARS 

IMANI: [BEEGIE AND THE EGG] 

JAGUAR • 

KENYATTA 



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GEOGRAPHY-WORLD • GEOGRAPHY-WORLD / 117 



IIC RITES: CHICKEN SACRIFICE (AFRICAN VILLAGE 

IFE SERIES) 51 

IIC RITES: DIVINATION BY ANIMAL TRACKS (AFRICAN VILLAGE 

IFE SERIES) 51 

IDABI 52,100 

IKED DANCES: THE DOGON PEOPLE IN THE MALI HIGHLANDS 

AFRICAN VILLAGE LIFE SERIES) 53 

IIC OF AFRICA 56 

PLE: A MATTER OF BALANCE 62 

F-HELP IN PORT LOKO 72 

Ifrica, North 

;in 17 

VM AND AFTER 21 

M MATS TO MATTRESSES 32 

ITAT AND URBAN ENVIRONMENT 36 

NAK 44 

I AND WATER IN BENIN 52 

AKCHOTT 58 

ST FOR BETTER LIVING 66 

IONAL FUNDS FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT 68 

AL HABITAT 70 

ARA FANTASIA: A DESERT FESTIVAL OF MOROCCO 70 

.OW AND GREEN 88 

Ifrica, South 

ER MELONS 10 

IIP OF GLASS RUBY 16 

LOVERS 17 

NTRY LOVERS 21 

D CLIMATE, FRIENDLY INHABITANTS 34 

L HISTORY 60 

ONE AND ONLY HOME 60 

ISE 65 

DESIA 68 

AL TO URBAN MIGRATION - FIVE EXAMPLES 70 

TH AFRICA 75 

TH AFRICAN GAME RESERVES 75 

ATTER UPGRADING IN FRANCISTOWN 75 

HMING THE SANDS 77 

?E IS NO CRISIS 80 

ER FOR DEVELOPMENT 85 

iSia— General 

JANISTAN: THREADS OF LIFE 

ANCIENT EYES OF NEPAL LOOK TO THE FUTURE 

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iDOF RURAL THAILAND: A CHANCE TO LEARN 15 

ID OF URBAN THAILAND: A PLACE TO LIVE 15 

1 PLANNING AND PUBLIC HOUSING 17 

DESS FOR A WHILE 34 

YTH FOR THE FUTURE 35 

LA: REFLECTIONS ON THE MORNING CALM 45 

(LIFE FOR THE BEDOUINS 57 

(ROARING SILENCE (MAN'S RELIGIOUS QUEST) 69 

hCHHAG 71 

jstralia and New Zealand 

Iralia 7 

G WAY OUT 49 

G WITH DISASTER 50 

lG WITH THE CITY 50 

IZEALAND 57 

Ml MAUDAU RAU 79 

janada 

RTA 4 

WETIT (CONNAISSONS-NOUS SERIES) 11 

ARY 13 

IN INNOVATIONS FOR HUMAN SETTLEMENT 

iASPE 32 

RNING HUMAN SETTLEMENTS 34 

IGEMENT OF URBAN GROWTH AND LAND USE 52 

fOBA 52 

{SCOTIA 58 

EC: THE FRENCH DISCONNECTION 66 

I , MONTREAL (CONNAISSONS-NOUS SERIES) 71 

IVNADA 74 

DUVER ISLAND 84 

ntral America 

IGUA EARTHQUAKE 52 

lANAMA CANAL (REVISED) 61 

WERSHIP HOUSING 61 

ISOLEIL 70 

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lEY FOR SURVIVAL 44 

lA FANTASIA: A DESERT FESTIVAL OF MOROCCO 70 



UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: BEDOUIN SETTLEMENTS 83 

• Europe— Eastern 

DEVELOPMENT OF THE HUNGARIAN SETTLEMENT 23 

HIDDEN HERITAGE (BUVO OROKSEG) 38 

NEWLOUVAIN 57 

A NEW TOWN IN ROMANIA 57 

POLAND'S INDUSTRIAL CENTRE 65 

RECONSTRUCTION OF RURAL SETTLEMENTS 67 

SPLIT 3 75 

TUZLA, THE SINKING TOWN 82 

URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND TRAFFIC 83 

URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND URBAN CLIMATE 83 

URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN OLD AND NEW QUARTERS 83 

WARSAW - THE CITY THAT REFUSED TO DIE 85 

• Europe— Western 

IBIZA 40 

OLD LAND - NEW LAND 59 

• France 

FRENCH VILLAGE (LE VILLAGE - UN VILLAGE) 32 

• Germany 

HALLE NEUSTADT: STADT DER CHIMIEARBEITER (TOWN OF 
CHEMICAL WORKERS) 37 

STORM OF FIRE: WORLD WAR II AND THE DESTRUCTION 
OF DRESDEN 77 

• Great Britain 

ENGLAND 27 

JUVENILE LIASON 44 

• Greece 

ANCIENT MODERNS: GREEK ISLAND ART AND CULTURE, 

2000-3000 B.C 5 

HISTORIC ISLAND SETTLEMENTS 38 

• India and Pakistan 

THE CHANGING ENVIRONMENT 14 

DESTINATION CITY 23 

HABITAT: PAKISTAN 37 

A HOME OF YOUR OWN 38 

THE LAND REBORN 46 

A LOOK AT RURAL INDIA 50 

MAHATMA GANDHI: SOUL FORCE (LEADERS OF THE TWENTIETH 

CENTURY SERIES) 51 

PILGRIMAGE IN THE HINDU TRADITION (MAN'S 

RELIGIOUS QUEST) 63 

• Ireland 

IRELAND 43 

IRISH REPUBLIC: A PROFILE (CAPTIONED) 43 

THE MAGIC OF IRELAND 51 

• Japan 

CRAFTS OF EDO 21 

THE HANAWA FAMILY 37 

HIROHITO: THE CHRYSANTHEMUM THRONE (LEADERS OF THE 

TWENTIETH CENTURY SERIES) 38 

KABUKI: THE CLASSIC THEATER OF JAPAN 44 

KATSURA IMPERIAL VILLA 44 

KITES OF JAPAN 45 

KYOGASHI: THE CELEBRATED CAKES AND SWEETS OF JAPAN 45 

MADE IN JAPAN, Part 1: CULTURAL INFLUENCES ON INDUSTRY 50 

MADE IN JAPAN, Part 2: BUSINESS PRACTICES AND 

CHANGING LIFESTYLES 50 

MIND AND BODY: JUDO WORLDWIDE 54 

THE MIRACLE AT TSUBOSAKA TEMPLE: A YUKI PUPPET SHOW 54 

NARRATIVE PICTURE SCROLLS 56 

THE "SALARY MAN": JAPAN'S WHITE-COLLAR WORKER 70 

STRENGTH, BULK AND BALANCE: THE WORLD OF SUMO 77 

TOKYO IN TENNESSEE 81 

URASHIMATARO 83 

VOICES OF YOUNG JAPAN 84 

THE WORLD'S SAFEST CITY 87 

YOUNG JIRO: A DAY AT A JAPANESE SCHOOL 88 

ZEN CULTURE, ZEN SPIRIT 88 

• Maps and Globes 

LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE 46 

LATITUDE, LONGITUDE AND TIME ZONES (REVISED) 46 

MAPS AND GLOBES: AN INTRODUCTION 53 

MAPS FOR A CHANGING WORLD (THIRD EDITION) 53 

• Mexico 

LAND OF YESTERDAY, PEOPLE OF TODAY 46 

• Middle East 

AMIRA'S CHOICE 5 

THE BADIA AWAKENS 7 

DAY CARE FOR A KIBBUTZ TODDLER 22 

EASTER WORSHIP: THE GREEK LITURGY (MAN'S 

RELIGIOUS QUEST) 25 

FANTASY IN ROCK 29 



INFANT DEVELOPMENT IN THE KIBBUTZ 41 

[IRAN FILMS] [MAGPIE] 43 

ISRAEL 43 

THE KEY 45 

THE MIDDLE EAST: BUILDING A DREAM (ISRAEL) 54 

THE MIDDLE EAST: LEADERSHIP AND IDENTITY (EGYPT) 54 

A MODERN EGYPTIAN FAMILY 55 

THE MOSQUE: PRAYER IN ITS SETTING (MANS 

RELIGIOUS QUEST) 55 

A NEW TOWN FOR APHRODITE 57 

THE PASSOVER AMONG YEMENI JEWS (MAN'S 

RELIGiOUS QUEST) 62 

PILGRIMAGE (MAN'S RELIGIOUS QUEST) 63 

THEQASHQAI 66 

RESETTLEMENT OF THE BEDOUINS IN KUWAIT 68 

SADAT'S ETERNAL EGYPT 70 

THREE FAMILES OF JERUSALEM (MAN'S RELIGIOUS QUEST) 80 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: BEDOUIN SETTLEMENTS 83 

YEAR OF THE PROPHET 88 

• Netherlands and Belgium 

BRUGES - A TOWN TO LIVE IN 13 

HOLLAND 38 

SPECIAL HOUSING NEEDS IN THE NETHERLANDS 75 

• North America 

A BETTER LIFE FOR FARMERS 9 

COSTA RICA '75 21 

THE GUANCHIAS PROJECT 36 

LETTER FROM CACOON 47 

• Pacific Islands 

CHILD OF PAPUA, NEW GUINEA: THE SAME TODAY, THE 

SAME TOMORROW 15 

THEDIGESTORS 23 

FIRST AND LAST 30 

• Philippine Republic 

CHILD OF THE PHILIPPINES: NO TIME TO PLAY 15 

SUGARCANE 78 

• Polar Regions 

ANTARCTICA: DESERT OF ICE - SEA OF LIFE 5 

• Rivers and Oceans— World 

THE CHANGING ENVIRONMENT 14 

A DAM AND AFTER 21 

THE RESTLESS SEA 68 

• Scandinavia and Finland 

HOUSES AND PEOPLE 39 

LAND POLICY 46 

NO SHORT CUT TO SUCCESS 58 

PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT 66 

THE SAMI: FOUR LANDS, ONE PEOPLE 71 

SAMI HERDERS 71 

URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN HARMONY WITH OPEN LAND 83 

• South America 

ACTION IN RURAL LIVING AREAS 3 

BOLIVIA: THE TIN MOUNTAIN 11 

BOTANIC MAN II. THE AMAZON BASIN-GREEN PRINT 

FOR LIFE 11 

BRAZIL: CHILDREN OF THE MIRACLE 12 

CHILE: THE MOST PAINFUL HOUR 15 

THE CONHABIT PROGRAMME 19 

THE FIGHT FOR A SHELTER 30 

A FRONTIER TO INHABIT 32 

NATIONAL POLICY FOR HUMAN SETTLEMENTS: EL SALVADOR 57 

NEW FIELDS 57 

PEOPLE: A MATTER OF BALANCE 62 

PERU: THE REVOLUTION THAT NEVER WAS 63 

SPONTANEOUS SETTLEMENTS 75 

ZERDA'S CHILDREN 89 

• Southeast Asia 

AIRWAR (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 13) 4 

AMERICA IN VIET NAM (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 1) 5 

ASSASSINATION (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 5) 6 

BEYOND FAMILY PLANNING 10 

THE BOMBING OF HANOI (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 20) 11 

BRIGHTER DAWN 12 

CHANGING THE GUARD (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 18) 14 

DAYS OF DECISION (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 6) 22 

DIEN BIEN PHU (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 3) 23 



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EARLY HOPES (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 4) 25 

FINAL OFFENSIVE (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 24) 30 

FIREPOWER (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 11) 30 

A FOREST VILLAGF IN THAILAND 31 

FRANCE IN VIET NAM (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 2) 31 

THE GUERILLA SOCIETY (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 9) 36 

HONGKONG 38 

KOREA: OVERVIEW - THE FACE OF KOREA 45 

KOREA: THE CIRCLE OF LIFE 45 

KOREA: THE FAMILY 45 

THE MINDFUL WAY (MAN'S RELIGIOUS QUEST) 54 

PEACE (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 21) 62 

PEOPLE: A MATTER OF BALANCE 62 

THE PRISONERS (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 22) 65 

REBIRTH OF A CITY 67 

RUBBER PLANTATION 69 

SAEMAUL UNDONG - KOREA 70 

SIEGE (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 14) 73 

SINGAPORE 73 

SOLDIERING ON (VIET NAM. THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 17) 74 

SURRENDER (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 25) 78 

TET! (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, Episode 15) 79 

THIS IS BANGLADESH 80 

THE TRAIL (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 10) 81 

UNEASY ALLIES (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 8) 83 

VIET NAM RECALLED (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 26) 84 

VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR SERIES 84 

THE VILLAGE WAR (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 12) 84 

WANTING OUT (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 19) 85 

WESTY'S WAR (VIET NAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR, 

Episode 7) 85 

• Spain and Portugal 

CANARY ISLANDS 13 

CAUDILLO 14 

MALLORCA 52 

ROAD TO SANTIAGO 69 

SPAIN: THE LAND AND THE LEGEND 75 

• Switzerland and Austria 

AUSTRIA 7 

SWITZERLAND 78 

• Travelogues 

ALBERTA 4 

AUSTRALIA 7 

AUSTRIA 7 

BAHAMAS 7 

BALLOON SAFARI 7 

BANGKOK 7 

BERMUDA 9 

BIKE STYLE 10 

CALGARY 13 

CANARY ISLANDS 13 

CITIES: STUDS TERKEL'S CHICAGO 17 

ENGLAND 27 

FANTASY IN ROCK 29 

THE GASPE 32 

GLACIER COUNTRY 34 

HIGH COUNTRY 38 

HOLLAND 38 

HONGKONG 38 

IBIZA 40 

[IRAN FILMS] [MAGPIE] 43 

IRELAND 43 

IRISH REPUBLIC: A PROFILE (CAPTIONED) 43 

ISRAEL 43 

LAKE SUPERIOR: THE REGION TILL NOW 46 

THE MAGIC OF IRELAND 51 

MALLORCA 52 

MANITOBA 52 

THE MOSLEMS IN SPAIN 55 

MOUNTAIN FORESTS 56 

NEW ZEALAND 57 

NOVA SCOTIA 58 

PUERTO RICO 66 



RAILS ACROSS THE SUMMIT: THE CUMBRES AND TOLTEC 

SCENIC RAILROAD 67 

RHODESIA 68 

RIVERS OF THE ROCKIES 69 

ROAD TO SANTIAGO 69 

SKI CANADA 74 

SOUTH AFRICA 75 

SOUTH AFRICAN GAME RESERVES 75 

SUMMER TRIP, 1974 (MAGPIE, USA) 78 

SWITZERLAND 78 

TIMBERLINE 80 

VANCOUVER ISLAND 84 

• U.S.S.R. 

FIRST ENCOUNTERS: A RUSSIAN JOURNAL 30 

THE RUSSIANS: PEOPLE OF INFLUENCE 70 

THE RUSSIANS: PEOPLE OF THE CITIES 70 

THE RUSSIANS: PEOPLE OF THE COUNTRY 70 

• West Indies 

BAHAMAS 7 

THE BAHAMAS: A SEA OF ISLANDS 7 

BERMUDA 9 

LANDLORDS OF THE SUN (LOS DUENOS DEL SOL: 

FONDO NEGRO) 46 

PUERTO RICO 66 

SELF-HELP HOMES 71 

• World Geography— General 

CAUSES OF THE SEASONS (REVISED) 14 

CHILD'S EYE VIEW 15 

FAMILES: EARNING AND SPENDING 28 

FAMILES: HELPING OUT 29 

MEADOWLARK LEMON PRESENTS THE WORLD 53 

GUIDANCE 

• Guidance— Dating and Courtship 

BOYS AND GIRLS TOGETHER 12 

MAKING DECISIONS ABOUT SEX 51 

NOT MY PROBLEM 58 

TEENAGE PREGNANCY: NO EASY ANSWERS 79 

VD - PLAY IT SAFE 84 

• Guidance— Educational 

MATHEMATICS: LIFE'S NUMBER GAME 53 

PREPARING FOR COLLEGE 65