George C. Marshall Motion Pictures  
  GCMF Home | Biography | Preface | Instructions | Acknowledgments | Search | Search Homepage    

Marshall Plan Filmography (MPF)

Film Details
Filmography Code: T-2
Archive/Control Number: IWMFVA/OTAN 162
Picture: Not Available
Reference Copy at Archive: Inquire directly to archive
Type of Material: Motion Pictures
Series: None
Film Date: 1953
Description: Sound (English?), color, 10 (?) min. Made to appeal to all ages, this animated color film promotes the idea that Americans and Europeans all belong to a single community of nations. A fast pace and whimsy keep the lesson light-hearted. This shortcut through history is amusingly set to the rhythm of Kubik's music: Europeans discover and colonize the New World, the colonies dispute with King George, the Liberty Bell reverberates across the ocean, the French and Industrial Revolutions draw the two continents closer. Today everybody hops across the Big Pond—artists, scientists, business people, students and tourists. 1953. Produced and directed by Andre Sarrut and Jacques Asseo, supervision by Philip Stapp, music by Gail Kubik. Produced by Madeleine Films (Philip Stapp), Paris, for MSA.
Roster: Marshall Plan Filmography
Additional Information: Click here!

« Previous film              Next film »

  Up | Contact | Search Home    
Discover free new download server rapidshare downloads search without cost Find out absolutely free xxx download from file hosting on rapidshare