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This institutional film was designed to promote Chevrolet's corporate citizenship rather than any specific model of automobile. While it forcefully demonstrates how central automobile manufacturing is to the American economy, it even more strikingly shows the effects of the automobile upon the American landscape. Bombastic narration is accompanied by excellent images of automobile manufacturing, the extraction and processing of raw materials from the earth, and mid-1950s consumerism. Cinematography: Gordon Avil, Pierre Mols and Robert Tavernier. Music: Samuel Benavie. Narrator: John Forsythe. Revised from the original 1951 version.

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Added: Jun-28-2011 Occurred On: Jun-28-2011
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Tags: General Motors, Automobiles, 1955, Employment, Working Men and Women, Car Plants, Industrial History, Machinery, A Golden Era,
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  • I want to go there.

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  • Nice one, Cleaner!!! I'm a Chevy lover so I got a bit of wood up watching this IN COLOR!! Looks like the old lady is going to have her work cut out for her tonight after watching this!! LOL!!!


    Ahhh....Back when Americans bought American cars and other American products built by Americans, providing American jobs so Americans could spend money on more American products. What happened???

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  • Only to move manufacturing to friggin MEXICO for cheaper labor, yea GM that shure does help us here in the USA. Car parts built by suppliers with the lowest bid.

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