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The entrepreneurs, an American adventure. / Part 3, Expanding America

Author: Robert DuebelGaby MonetW W LewisRobert MitchumMPI Home Video (Firm)All authors
Publisher: Oak Forest, IL : MPI Home Video, [1991], ©1986.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Third in a six-part series on American entrepreneurs, featuring great pioneers of American invention, with interviews, early filmed dramatizations, classic TV commercials, silent newsreels, home movies and historic photographs. This segment features the entrepreneurs who created the nation's first transportation systems: De Witt Clinton (initiated the Erie Canal); James Hill (molded railroad construction into big  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: DeWitt Clinton; James J Hill; Henry Ford; Charles A Lindbergh; J T Trippe; Donald K Slayton; Albert Ueltschi
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Duebel; Gaby Monet; W W Lewis; Robert Mitchum; MPI Home Video (Firm); Martin Sandler Productions.; Concepts Unlimited.; Enterprise Media Inc.
ISBN: 1562782312 9781562782313
OCLC Number: 45593985
Notes: A production of Martin Sandler Productions, Ltd. in association with Concepts Unlimited. Presented by Enterprise Media Inc.
Videocassette version of a 1986 television program.
Credits: Executive producer, Martin W. Sandler ; director of photography, Lloyd Freidus ; editor, Arthur Ginsberg.
Performer(s): Host, Robert Mitchum.
Description: 1 videocassette (50 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS format. Hi-fi, mono.
Other Titles: Expanding America
Entrepreneurs (Television program)
Responsibility: directed by Robert Deubel ; producer, Gaby Monet ; written by W.W. Lewis.

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Third in a six-part series on American entrepreneurs, featuring great pioneers of American invention, with interviews, early filmed dramatizations, classic TV commercials, silent newsreels, home movies and historic photographs. This segment features the entrepreneurs who created the nation's first transportation systems: De Witt Clinton (initiated the Erie Canal); James Hill (molded railroad construction into big business); Henry Ford (put Americans in cars and created the first conveyor belt assembly line); Charles Lindbergh (flew across the Atlantic and became the airplane's good will ambassador); Juan Trippe (envisioned Pan American Airways); Deke Slayton (developed commercial satellites); and Albert Ueltschi (created the pilot training simulator).

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