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CO 1069-513-9
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Description: The Pakistan Government Film Unit’s programme includes twelve documentaries a year and four quarterly News Reviews which will shortly stepped up to a weekly newsreel.

Location: Pakistan

Date: 1950-1960

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Image from page 492 of “Moving Picture Age (1920)” (1920)
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Identifier: movingpictureage03unse
Title: Moving Picture Age (1920)
Year: 1920 (1920s)
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Subjects: motion pictures
Publisher: Class Publications, inc.
Contributing Library: Library of Congress, MBRS, Moving Image Section
Digitizing Sponsor: Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division

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f the late war, at the Statue of Lafayette,speeches made by Marshal Joffre, General Pau and the UnitedStates Ambassador, Hugh Wallace, the French Choral Societysinging the Star Spangled Banner, thousands of children,each carrying an American flag. Battle of the Marshes. Reel, 1; producer, Kineto Co. ofAmerica; exchange. State Rights Exchanges Kineto Review-No. 8, Salt Marshes of the rivers Piave and Livanza, owing tothe swampy character of the ground large naval guns andhowitzers were mounted and fired from barges, concealed byreeds, using liquid fire to clear hidden machine gun nests, theevening of November 4, 1919.—Austria capitulates. Frenchifying Metz. Reel, 1; producer. Burton Holmes; ex-change. Famous Players-Lasky Corp. Metz in Lorraine, changes made since the armistice, German statues that havebeen demolished, the Deutches Thor built in 1445, German sol-diers working for the French, carding wool and harvestinggrain. {Continued on page 28) November, 1920 MOVING PICTURE AGE 23

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iltmmus! f ray^r THE FIRST MOTION PICTURE OF A NEW TYPE PRO-DUCED ESPECIALLY FOR THE CHURCH A STORY OF TODAY—FILLED WITH HUMAN AND DRA-MATIC INTEREST — SHOWING THE VICTORY OF ACHILDS SIMPLE FAITH OVER THE DOUBTS ANDTHEORIES OF MEN A PICTURE OF UNIVERSAL APPEAL A MESSAGE TO YOUNG AND OLD -RICH AND POORCHRISTIAN AND HEATHEN OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO SUNDAY SCHOOLS ANDBIBLE CLASSES WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY REV. O. HAGEDORN Author of AFTER THE FALL DISTRIBUTED BY VICTOR SAFETY FILM CORPORATION 710 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDINGCHICAGO, ILL. Please say, As advertised in MOVING PICTURE AGE, when you write to advertisers. 24 MOVING PICTURE AGE November, 1920 Using Moving Pictures in the Church From the Ministers Viewpoint Correspondence with the Editor THESE letters carry such a helpful message and areso full of suggestions for other film users or pros-pective film users that they are printed here where theywill reach and help others. What has been your ex-perience? Why not pass it on as sugge

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Image from page 857 of “Dental review; devoted to the advancement of dentistry.” (1909)
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Title: Dental review; devoted to the advancement of dentistry.
Year: 1909 (1900s)
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Subjects: Dentistry
Publisher: Chicago, Dental review company 1887-[1918]
Contributing Library: Columbia University Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

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are forced to do. In conclusion: Treat dentistry as you would your best girl,or, which expresses it better, as you would like to have your best girltreat you. Stick to it, believe in it, stand by it, and dentistry willbe better off for your having been a dentist, just as you will be madebetter by the faith of a good girl. 836 THE DENTAL REVIEW. PIN-HOLE PHOTOGRAPHY FOE DENTAL APPLIANCES OR CASES. BY W. A. HECKARD, D. D. S., NEW YOKE. Jn these few remarks I wish to make two points:—One, Pin Hole Photography—the other to show how one canmake the orthodontia appliances, pictured here, easily and simply. Fig. 1 was my first photograph of this series of experiments.All but Fig. 10 were made with a pin hole in a Brownie .00 cam-era. Number 10 is a cut I have had on my desk some time and Icannot just now recall to whom to give credit; however, as the samething is shown in Angles book as well as in other places, we willlet it pass. The Pin Hole Camera. T was thinking of my boyhood days

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when the idea struck me to try it. I pushed a thin disk of Germansilver behind the shutter, having poked out the lens to get at it. Anysubstance that will shut out light will do instead of the Germansilver—I happened to have that. I made the hole, and the tiniestone, with a very sharp pointed round excavator, rotating it betweenmy fingers until it barely penetrated. The hole should be round andthe smallest it is possible to make. It takes a longer exposure, butyou get sharper pictures. Expose for from six minutes in the sunat ten, eleven oclock or mid-day, to half an hour to an hour and ahalf along about three-thirty or four oclock. It is in focus at alldistances. An object that will go on the film, will be reproduced atits exact size if just as far away from the pin hole as the film i^from the pin hole. Closer to the pin hole than the film, and yourphotograph will be larger than the actual size, and farther from thepin hole than from the film, the photograph will show the object OR

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