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  • Date Issued is exactly "1944"

Addressed to "the men and women of American Industry," the Film Communique series reports on military accomplishments to an audience of domestic workers producing materials for war. Comprised of six short segments: This Isn't War It's Murder!…

Addressed to "the men and women of American Industry," the Film Communique series reports on military accomplishments to an audience of domestic workers producing materials for war. Comprised of four short segments: Has Anybody Seen Kelly? Reports on…

Set in a typical wartime factory, the film discusses the supervisor's need to keep up production quantities while meeting quality standards. Narration states "quality work, like a mirror, reflects the one who produces it." Points emphasized include:…

A USDA production conveying the department's policy recommendations for the development of unusable wetlands into productive agricultural land. Narration explains that, for much of the year, land with "too much water with nowhere to go" is rendered…

"Here is the first photographic report on the robot bomb since the censorship was lifted. In this nine-minute capsule of buzz-bomb terror, 'V-1' brings to the screen in 16 mm sound-on-film a subject which will arouse its audiences to a vivid…

Illustrates that workers themselves are often best qualified to suggest improvements to increase efficiency in the workplace. Bill, a line worker, has been asked by his supervisor for suggestions. By discussing the question with his family over the…

Explains that the job of the supervisor includes preventing problems due to a worker's loss of interest in the job. Narration explains "one of the most powerful spurs to production is the interest of the worker in his job." Shows various scenarios…

Addressed to "the men and women of American Industry," the Film Communique series reports on military accomplishments to an audience of domestic workers producing materials for war. Composed of three short segments: Burma Outpost Shows the air…

American audiences are shown the need for workers in the physically demanding metal forging and casting jobs, using scenes of combat from the invasion of France. The fictional American tank driver "Bill" is killed in combat in Normandy. His spirit…

Addressed to "the men and women of American Industry," the Film Communique series reports on military accomplishments to an audience of domestic workers producing materials for war. Composed of three short segments: 15th Air Force Report the return…