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MAILMAN DELIVERING MAIL IN SUBURBAN NEIGHBORHOOD. MEN RAKING LEAVES, RAISING U.S. FLAG. MOTHER WITH CHILDREN. WOMAN SWEEPING. WHITE PICKET FENCE. MAN LEAVES FOR WORK. NEIGHBORS WAVE
GUY WORKING IN GARDEN. SURVEYOR. CONSTRUCTION SITES
CHRYSLER TANK FACTORY, TANKS ROLL OUT
OVERHEAD TRACKING SHOT OF FACTORY (MODERN TIMES).
FDR & ELEANOR ROOSEVELT IN CAR
NEWSREEL FOOTAGE, TANKS IN BATTLE
POV KNOCKING ON OPEN DOOR & OFFERING CIGAR
MACHINE OPERATORS, CROWD OF FACTORY WORKERS
MAN SMOKING PIPE ON PORCH
JEEP & ARMORED TRUCK MANUFACTURING
NEWSREEL FOOTAGE, ARMORED TRUCKS IN BATTLE
MAN WORKING IN BASEMENT SHOP. FACTORY ASSEMBLY LINES
TWO WOMEN IN KITCHEN COOKING. FEMALE ASSEMBLY LINE WORKERS. AIRPLANE PLANT. ROSIE THE RIVETER. ZOOM IN ON CLOCK
FATHER & KIDS PLAYING. AIRPLANE ENGINE & ENGINEERS
DODGE SIGN. OCEAN MINES TEST LAB
TWO MEN PLAYING CHESS. PLYMOUTH SIGN. MACHINERY ASSEMBLY LINE. MUNITIONS FACTORY. BULLETS, TESTING GUNS
PARKING LOTS. WAREHOUSES. CAR MECHANICS
LAB WITH TEST TUBES, MICROSCOPE, SIGN RESTRICTED AREA
MONTAGE MACHINERY ASSEMBLY LINES
HOSPITAL OPERATING ROOM
FIGHTER PLANES. SUBURBAN MONTAGE: FAMILIES, HOUSES WITH PICKET FENCES, KIDS MARCHING WITH DOLL CARRIAGES
MONTAGE: TOWNS, FARMS, CITIES, WORKERS, BEAUTY, DAM
MONTAGE: FACTORIES, ASSEMBLY LINES, LAB
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