The Telephone

United Kingdom, 1962

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An elementary description of the emission and use of sound waves for distant communication, and the early telephone invented by Alexander Graham Bell. The progress of modern telephones and speech amplification are also included in this film.

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Credits

producer

Denis Ward

production company

Technical and Scientific Films

director

David Cons

Duration

00:10:55:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1962

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