CTVA US Documentary - "March Of Time" (Theatrical) Year 11 (1945-46)

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Year 11 (1945-46)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive


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MARCH OF TIME 11TH YEAR NO. 1 (1945) PACIFIC FRONTIERS
Synopsis:
The importance of the Pacific islands as bases for the final attack on Japan, an d the difficulties of making
them serviceable.

MARCH OF TIME 11TH YEAR NO. 2 (1945) AMERICAN BEAUTY: BATTLE FOR BEAUTY
aka - vol. 12. no. 2
Synopsis:
The amount of time and money that American women give to cosmetics.

MARCH OF TIME 11TH YEAR NO. 3 (1945) PHILIPPINES: EIGHTEEN MILLION ORPHANS
aka - vol. 12. No. 3
Synopsis:
Rehabilitation in the Philippines and the search of the Filipinos for identity and independence.

MARCH OF TIME 11TH YEAR NO. 4 (1945) JUSTICE COMES TO GERMANY
Synopsis:
Trial of a Nazi accused of the shooting of prisoners during the war; the court procedures and the facilities
of defence made available.

MARCH OF TIME 11TH YEAR NO. 5 (1945) CHALLENGE TO HOLLYWOOD
Synopsis:
Britain's rising achievements in the film world; includes shots of Michael Balcon, Sir Alexander Korda,
Mark Ostrer and J. Arthur Rank, scenes at film studios.

MARCH OF TIME 11TH YEAR NO. 6 (1946) REPORT ON GREECE
Synopsis
Survey of the desperate plight of Greece after years of occupation and guerrilla resistance; hunger, poverty,
political unrest and the rescue work of UNRRA.

MARCH OF TIME 11TH YEAR NO. 7 (1946) NEW YORK'S NIGHT CLUB BOOM
Synopsis:
The false glamor of the night clubs in New York City

MARCH OF TIME 11TH YEAR NO. 8 (1946) LIFE WITH BABY
Synopsis
Made under the direction of Dr. Arnold Gesell at the Yale University Clinic, whe re he and his staff for fifteen
years studied the mental and physical development of children.

MARCH OF TIME 11TH YEAR NO. 9 (1946) WANTED- MORE HOMES
Synopsis:
The housing shortage in America, the struggles of people to find accomodation and the inferior conditions under
which so many live. Plans for building.

MARCH OF TIME 11TH YEAR NO. 10 (1946) TOMORROW'S MEXICO
Synopsis:
Political and Social reform in Mexico.

MARCH OF TIME 11TH YEAR NO. 11 (1946) PROBLEM DRINKERS
Synopsis:
Some of the new methods used to combat alcoholism.

MARCH OF TIME 11TH YEAR NO. 12 (1946) ATOMIC POWER
Synopsis:
Story of development of atomic energy, the race to produce the atom bomb and the controversy of international control.

MARCH OF TIME 11TH YEAR NO. 13 (1946) WRONG ROADS TO HAPPINESS: IS EVERYBODY HAPPY?
Synopsis:
Man's search for happiness, quack religions, fortune-tellers, drugs,etc.

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