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Added on: 09/10/2002
Latest update: 03/03/2007
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Bell Science: Gateways to the Mind (1958) [ID8492RH]

Country  USA  
Released  08/05/1992
Publisher  Rhino Home Video
Price  29.95 USD

UPC  014381849264UPC=014381849264
Category  Educational

Color  Color
Length  54 min.
Sides  2
Chapters  10
Size  12"
Picture  Video
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  None reported
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Manufactured by  Technidisc



 Sound Encoding  Digital Tracks  Analog Left  Analog Right 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
English No subtitle 

 Mint Marks sample 
024-042-368B  04082O S1
024-042-369A  04082M S2

 Additional Information by videopticon    03/03/2007 

Part of the Bell Telephone classroom movie series, issued under the Rhino label by Image. The plural "Gateways" is used in the program's own title, misreported as "Gateway" on the jacket and all known LD title references. Subtitle is "The Story of the Human Senses". A handful of chapter marks are provided on each side, unlisted on jacket.

Program is notable for its lively and cunning animation and graphics by Looney Tunes veterans Sir Chuck Jones and Maurice Noble. Their contributions provide welcome respite from the stiff acting of Dr. Frank Baxter and his helpful gang of fictitious movie and animator crewmen.