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A free Christopher Film for rhe Crhtopher ilms (Continued) A Lmh In the Chain As Professor Graham. James Cagney looks back over 43 years in the classroom and analyzes how he has influenced the lives of his students to bring them to-a better llfe of good morals, etc. Black and white and runs for 30 minutes. Rental: $5.00 per day. ,:, ',. ;f OUR RENTAL POLICY - 1. Renters pay all transportation fees. Films will always be sent cheapest way consistent with , distance of travel and rental date. 2 Films are generally sent by Parcel Post and if necessary we reserve the right to aik their re- turn by Bus Express. 3. Because rental schedules must be adhered to, . we reserve the right to levy a fine for any unnecessary delay in the return of films. SHOULD YOU WISH TO HOLD A FILM OVER. CALUUS. 4. Rental fees for all films are as noted end the fee for each additional day of rental is One-half the full fee for the first day of rental. 5." Payment may be made from the invoice. 6. Rentals may be arranged for by wrifing us or "by calling CH 2-7944. 7. When requesting a rental please give the name of your organization, your name, your address, and phone, number. 8. Please make reservations eerly-cjivng alternate II fitms and dates. I 9. Renters shall assume full responsibility for wilful or neglectful loss or unusual damage to films Or containers while in their possession. .- This film library is not conducted for monetag"y qain but only for the healthful and ;nspffaHonal entertainment of all people. Phone CHerry 2-7944, days or evenings, Atomic Energy As Force For Good A As a Texas rancher, Paul Kelly opposes and later supports a plan to bring to his area an atomic energy plant, the by-products of which are to be used for peaceful and medicinal purposes. Black and white and runs for 30 minutes. Rental: $5.00 per day. Knock On Every Door J Introduced by Bing Crosby and starring Gladys Hurlbut, Richard Erdman and Toni Gerry, thls is a dramatic story revolving around a mother-inlaw's work in her local precinct. Black and white and runs for 30 minutes. Rental: $S.00 per day. Sentence De/erred Introduced by Barbara Stanwyck and stars Edgar Buchanan. This film pays tribute to John Augustus who was the founder of the court probation sys- tem end had deep love for men. Black and white and runs for 30 minutes. Rental: $5.00 per day. A Story O/Two Men Introduced by Irene Dunne and sfarrinq Rose Ell;off and Aline Towne, fhis recent Christopher film dramatizes the life of Mentor Graham, the teacher of Abraham Lincoln. Black and white and runs for 30 minutes. Rental: $S.00 per day. Limo/n Speaks for 00mse// Danny Thomas and Reed Hadley are presented ;n this portrayal of Abraham Lincoln based on his own letters and speeches as history records them. The deep spiritual convictions of Mr. Lincoln are spotlighted. Black and white and runs for 30 minutes. Rental: $5.00 per day. The Gentle IMarrwr Introduced by Danny Thomas and starring Jean- e ffe Nolan, this film dramatizes the life of Doro- thea Lynde Dix through whose efforts 127 hospi- tals for the mentally ill were started. Black and white and runs for 30 minutes. Rental: $5.00 per day. The l/VorlcI ftarts 00tb/i00my Blng Crosby, Dorothy Malone end William Camp- bell dramatize thls story of a twelve year old boy who had drifted into clelinquency and corrective steps portrayed to lead the boy to a good life. Black and white and runs for 30 minutes. Rental: $5.00 per day. Decision For Cathy O'Donnell plays the lead in this dramatiza- tion of the early life and career of Florence Night- ingale, who in 19th century London rises above the objections of family and friends and fights lifelong for better hospitals and care of the ill and injured. Black and white and runs for 30 minutes. Rental: $5.00 per day. Tbe T00vo Worlds O/ A n n Foste r Starring Virginia Grey and introduced by Barbara Stanwyck. This is a dramatization of a successful young designer whose iob brought her "every. thing that money can runs for mnbUy"--excePt0happiness" Black and white and 30 " urns, Rental: $5.00 per day. MISCELLANEOUS FILMS The Mass Is a Sacraca This 30 minute COLOR film is a production of The )ueen's Work. This film explains the Mass by showing the relationship between the sacrifices of the Old Law and the New Law. Educational for children and adults. IN COLOR 30 rain. $10.00 per day God's Career Women Produced by the Serra Club of St. Louis: this film in COLOR depicts the drama of one girl s realiza- tion of her call to God s service. Shows the leaving of home, llfe at the convent, up through the Final Vows of Consecration. Good film for vocations. IN COLOR 28 rain. $10.00 per day Vatican o/Plus XII Produced by The March of Time, thls narrative type film depicts scenes within the Vaficanmthe physical properties thereof, customs within the walls and the reception of throngs in audience with the late Holy Father Plus XII. Black & White 20 rain. $6.00 per day Canonizaubn o/Plus X Through the medium of the motion picture, you are able to witness the actual canonization of the saintly pontiff, Plus X. You see crowds of hierarchy and mulfiudes of people. Black & White 30 rain. NO RENTAL FEE Miscellaneous Films (Continued) The Accused This very moving film, produced by LORETTA YOUNG, very effectively points up the problem of salacious and indecent literature. Tells the story of an attempt by two women to cause law en- forcement forces to deal wlth the problem. Good for any group except the smell ones in the lower grades. Black & White 26 mln. Voluntary fee Piloarimaoee To Fatima SANTA MARIA PRODUCTIONS Produced under the supervision of the Ray. John De Marchi, I.M.C., author of three books on Fatima. This highly inspirational film takes you to Fatima and tells the story of the apparitions, in narrative style by Bob Consldine. IN COLOR 30 rain. $I0.00 per day Land 0/Our Lad), SANTA MARIA PRODUCTIONS This film in beautiful COLOR fells the story of the appearance of Our Lady to Juan Diego on Teypeyac Hill outside of Mexico City in the early sixteenth century. This is the story of Our Lady of Guadalupe. A wonderful film for all. IN COLOR 30 rain. $10.00 per day PilocnmaoCe To Mexico SANTA MARIA PRODUCTIONS This is a travelog type of film in unforgettable COLOR and with a true professional touch, shows many places in Mexico having shrines in honor of Our Lady and telling the story of the basilica of Our Lady of The Sacred Heart. This is a narrative type film. IN COLOR 30 rain. $10.00 per day The FaUrna Story Here is another very beautiful production felling the story of Fatima Tn a bit more comprehensive waymand reminds us of the warnings pertaining to Communism as given to the three little children of Fatima. The truth of these warnings is brought to us by the relation of contemporary developments. This is a narrative type film. IN COLOR 45 min. $12.50 per day able film. Cq in i OLY NAME FILM LIBRARY I " 907 Terry Avenue II " Seattle 4, Washington I J Please senti .............................. I Film Title I TO ........t..**o.......o..o......oo..o..  n   m m / m   r Name and Address-a Applicant n