HANDS SEWING - SPLIT SCREEN Four panel split screen shot. Each of the four squares in the split screen begins with a CU of various fabrics. One by one, the fabric images dissolve into CU shots: a textile machine cutting a pattern into fabric; a woman's hands sewing red velvet; a man's hands sewing a button on a jacket. A final shot, full screen, shows a woman's hands sewing a "Handmacher" label onto a suit.
Date: 1950s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:33:00, No Audio
TELEPHONE/FARM COMEDY SKIT 1920's silent comedy. Telephone conversation between a buffoon farmer and an absentminded horse groomer. The groomer accidentally shaves off a farm worker's hair, then pulls the telephone off the wall as he tries to get away from the angry man. The farmer getting thrown out of a barn. Classic slapstick.
FIRST COMPUTER (ENIAC) - 1 Male and female employees operating the ENIAC, the first computer. Shots of the programmers resetting dials, changing and plugging in different cables to keep the computer running.
FIRST COMPUTER (ENIAC) - 2 Women programmers operating the ENIAC, the first computer. Shots of the employees resetting dials to keep the computer running. Interesting shot of one programmer looking plainly at the camera.
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