Newsreels + Film Magazines | 1940 | Sound | B/W
Children's newsreel, explaining to children how things are made and how things like patterns on clothes are designed and made 1940's
Children riding on a merry-go-round, then in a field with a hose arranged in circular position, one child picks up hose and begines to unravel it. We see a mother sewing her daughter's dress as she wears it, then to young boy sitting at desk with stamp, he has ink stamp marks on his hands.
Men are shown in a factory, operating equipment, a man in a cloth cap adds some kind of lubricant to the machinery, using a ladle, it is a textile factory, where the patterns for carpets and curtains are printed, the final shot is of the child in the dress with her mother, the dress has a floral print on it, and the link is made between the printing done in the factory, and the printing on the dress,
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