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Author: Yves Martin Allard; Brooks Moore; Science Channel (Television network); Discovery Channel Canada.; Ztélé.
Publisher: [Silver Spring, Md.] : Discovery Communications, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
Television series on how commercial products are made; originally aired on the Science Channel.

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Genre/Form: Educational television programs
Science television programs
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Yves Martin Allard; Brooks Moore; Science Channel (Television network); Discovery Channel Canada.; Ztélé.
OCLC Number: 694909435
Notes: Includes 52 episodes, ca. 30 min. each.
Originally aired on television in 2001-2002.
Performer(s): Brooks Moore.
Target Audience: Rated G.
Description: 5 videodiscs (1144 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; region 1; Dolby digital 2.0; full screen (4:3 aspect ratio).
Contents: Disc 1. Aluminum foil, snowboards, contact lenses and bread --
Compact discs, mozzarella cheese, pantyhose and fluorescent tubes --
Toothpicks, acrylic bathtubs, helicopters and beer --
Hearing aids, 3D puzzles, rubber mats and toilets --
Paper, jeans, computers and plate glass --
Nails and staples, safety glasses, fabrics and bicycles --
Kayaks, safety boots, electronic signs and breakfast cereals --
Trucks, adhesive bandages, computer circuit boards and liquors --
Steel, apple juice, aircraft landing gear and cosmetics --
Holograms, package printing, skin cultures, and canned corn --
Plastic bags, solar panels, plastic gasoline containers and hockey sticks --
Disc 2. --
Aluminum screw caps, chocolate, pills and pasta --
Bicycle helmets, lithium batteries, car brakes and aluminum --
Eyeglass lenses, granite, potato chips and micro-processors --
Honey, fiber-optics, bricks and pipe organs --
Personal watercrafts, ice skates, wine and office furniture --
Winter jackets, animation, mushrooms and gold --
Hydroponic lettuce, construction wood recycling and fishing flies --
Wood doors, paintballs, newspapers and diamonds --
Carpet, drinking water, laser eye surgery, acoustic guitars --
Fiberglass boats, clothes dryers, bubble gum and fireworks --
Steel safes, false teeth, airplanes and maple syrup --
Disc 3. --
Gummie candy, aluminum cans, fish farming and bronze sculptures --
Aluminum pots and pans, artificial limbs, peanut butter and high intensity light bulbs --
Coins, cars, grocery carts and rapid tooling and prototyping --
Ball bearings, electrical wires, wax casting and automated machines --
Pre-inked stamps, cranberries, cotton yarn and road signs --
Combination locks, pottery, recreational vehicles and erasers --
Wheel loaders, vegetable oil, hand tools and cotton swabs --
Temporary metal fences, asphalt shingles, polystyrene products and hard candies --
Horse-drawn carriages, artificial eyes, dog and cat food and mirrors --
Yogurt, candles, neon signs and book bindings --
Disc 4. --
Prepared mustard, violins, nuts and bolts and toilet paper --
Fresh cut flowers, adhesive tape, tofu and lottery tickets --
Inflatable watercraft, couscous, modeling dough and wicker products --
Wind generators, PVC gloves, thermo-formed glass and fire trucks --
Radiators, hatchery chicks, Phyllo dough and cross-country skis --
Baseboard heaters, pulp containers, chicken and video games --
Firefighter boots, garden tools, automated machines and gypsum boards --
Plastic bottles and jars, mail, eggs and handcrafted wooden pens --
Plastic molds, oil filters, filing cabinets and blown glass --
Cutting tools, stained glass, semi-trailers and recorders --
Disc 5. --
Conga drums, metal plating and buttons --
Grinding wheels, compost, window blinds and milk --
Brushes and push brooms, blackboards, smoked salmon and zippers --
3D signs, hardwood floors, polyethylene pipe and mattresses --
Ceramic tiles, nuts, steel forgings and skatebaords --
Car engines, flour, recliners and envelopes --
Plastic cups and cutlery, special effects makeup, gold and harps --
Laminate countertops, frozen treats, building blocks and detergents --
Moldings, pulleys, industrial rubber hose and sheet vinyl flooring --
Putty knives, garage doors, electric motors and wool.
Other Titles: How it's made (Television program).
Responsibility: Science Channel ; director, Yves Martin Allard ; produced in association with Discovery Channel, Ztélé.


Television series on how commercial products are made; originally aired on the Science Channel.


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