Film, Video A kitchen is a feminine thing
About this Item
- A kitchen is a feminine thing
- The feminine design of the Frigidaire appliances allow the kitchen to be the center of family life. The capabilities of the refirigirator and freezer are highlighted.
- Robert Fisher Productions
- General Motors Corporation. Frigidaire Division
Created / Published
- United States : General Motors Corporation, 1960.
- - Refrigeration and refrigerating machinery
- - Kitchens--Design and construction
- Sponsored films
- Nonfiction films
- - This is probably an edited shorter version of the film. Secondary sources list this film as 9 minutes long, and describe it as being about kitchen appliances in general. This version is half the length and only about refrigerators and freezers.
- - From opening credits: A Frigidaire idea film
- - Sources used: Educational film guide, supplements 1959-1962, accessed via Archive.org; Index to 16mm educational films, 1977, accessed via Archive.org.
- 1 video file (digital) (ca. 5 min.) : sd., b&w.
- Prelinger Collection (Library of Congress)
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Chicago citation style:
Robert Fisher Productions, and General Motors Corporation. Frigidaire Division. A Kitchen Is a Feminine Thing. United States: General Motors Corporation, 1960. Video. https://www.loc.gov/item/2020600740/.
APA citation style:
Robert Fisher Productions & General Motors Corporation. Frigidaire Division. (1960) A Kitchen Is a Feminine Thing. United States: General Motors Corporation. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2020600740/.
MLA citation style:
Robert Fisher Productions, and General Motors Corporation. Frigidaire Division. A Kitchen Is a Feminine Thing. United States: General Motors Corporation, 1960. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2020600740/>.