Strange interview

United States, 1947

Film
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The story of Bill Barker, the owner of a small plant, who sees his production falling off and the quality of the work going down. Believing the situation calls for rigid discipline, he sacrifices personal warmth and understanding in his relations with his men. This attitude only aggravates matters until finally, in a dream sequence, Benjamin Franklin makes him see that his human relations can stand a lot of improvement.

Credits

director

Haford Kerbawy

production company

Jam Handy Organization

Language

English

Duration

00:52:18:00

Colour

Black and White

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