Film, Video Let's go America! : a screen editorial Let's go America! America yesterday, today and tomorrow / America yesterday, today and tomorrow

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Title
Let's go America! : a screen editorial
Other Title
Let's go America! America yesterday, today and tomorrow
America yesterday, today and tomorrow
Summary
"One of many films sponsored by the NAM during the Depression to foster faith in the economic leadership of its corporate members. Let's Go America! suggests that the creative spirit that led to America's development will continue to shape its economy. It ends with two young men and a woman driving a swank roadster toward the glowing future, which promises television, air conditioning, air travel, and innovative home design" -- Summary from Field Guide to Sponsored Films.
Contributor Names
Young, John S. (Radio announcer), narratation.
Audio Productions.
National Industrial Council (U.S.)
National Association of Manufacturers (U.S.)
Modern Talking Picture Service.
Created / Published
United States : Distributed by Modern Talking Picture Service, 1936.
Subject Headings
-  National characteristics, American
-  Manufacturing industries--United States
-  United States--Economic conditions--1918-1945
Genre
Sponsored films
Short films
Notes
-  Based on the subject America yesterday, today, tomorrow.
-  Narrator: John S. Young.
-  Sources used: National Film Preservation Foundation WWW site, viewed July 12, 2018; Field Guide to Sponsored Films, 2006, page 54.
Medium
1 video file (digital, MPEG-4) (ca. 9 min.) : sd., b&w.
Source Collection
AFI/Turner Classic Movies (Library of Congress)
Digital Id
https://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mbrsmi/ntscrm.00151197
Library of Congress Control Number
2018601241
Language
English
Online Format
image
video
Description
"One of many films sponsored by the NAM during the Depression to foster faith in the economic leadership of its corporate members. Let's Go America! suggests that the creative spirit that led to America's development will continue to shape its economy. It ends with two young men and a woman driving a swank roadster toward the glowing future, which promises television, air conditioning, air travel, and innovative home design" -- Summary from Field Guide to Sponsored Films.
LCCN Permalink
https://lccn.loc.gov/2018601241
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Chicago citation style:

Young, John S. , Narratation, Audio Productions, U.S National Industrial Council, U.S National Association Of Manufacturers, and Modern Talking Picture Service. Let's go America!: a screen editorial. United States: Distributed by Modern Talking Picture Service, 1936. Video. https://www.loc.gov/item/2018601241/.

APA citation style:

Young, J. S., Audio Productions, National Industrial Council, U. S., National Association Of Manufacturers, U. S. & Modern Talking Picture Service. (1936) Let's go America!: a screen editorial. United States: Distributed by Modern Talking Picture Service. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2018601241/.

MLA citation style:

Young, John S. , Narratation, et al. Let's go America!: a screen editorial. United States: Distributed by Modern Talking Picture Service, 1936. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2018601241/>.

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