Sound (English), b&w, 15 min(?). Mazamet, famous wool-processing town in south central France, is back in business, thanks to the raw wool and hide shipments it receives under the European Recovery Program. This early Marshall Plan success story was widely distributed in theaters in France and seven other nations. 1950. Director: Alain Pol; Scenario: M. O’Hara; Photography: R. Pailles; Music: Paul Baron; Narration: M. Griffe. Produced by Tele-Radio-Cine Productions, Paris, for ECA France. NB: 111-MSA-1003 also has a short part of the footage used in 111-MSA-1063, the portion about the de-napping of hides. No viewing copy currently available for either.