A film is reviewed, translated and checked and sound effects are added to the film before it is shown to people in Japan.
Japan Date:1951 Duration:5 min 11 sec Sound:Yes
A documentary film about public film production and use in Japan. Books kept on shelves. A man places records on the selves. The man places a disc on a phonograph. A review committee on Civil Information and Education Section with other Japanese advisors review the film. Officials discuss. Japanese men rewrite the script in Japanese. Men check the script for accuracy. A man works on a typewriter. The man puts an OK seal on a paper. Men prepare a discussion guide of the film. Men shoot scenes from a building terrace. Officials at a desk. A man writes a title on a book. A map on a slide. A man speaks into a microphone and another waits in a recording studio. Musicians give music in the film. A man controls volume and tone quality. The man records on the film on a recorder as well as on a tape. The film is taken out of the recorder. The film pases through various equipment in the laboratory during its development. A man inspects the film. Men make bundles of films for different regions. The bundles are carried on trolleys. The trolleys on a railway station platform. A train carrying the bundles pulls out of the railway station.
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