Industry On Parade
1954 | National Association of Manufacturers
The first television program to present industrial films planned especially for television, and utilizing the best of newsreel techniques, Industry on Parade, through some 900 sequences carried by over 200 stations, is a constant and effective reminder that the story of American industry is the story of the American people. Viewed in many schools and circulated throughout the free world by the U.S. Information Agency, this series is a potent weapon for the American way and reflects great credit on G.W. (Johnny) Johnstone and all those responsible for this valuable contribution to education, public service, and patriotism in the best sense of each.
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