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Description: A film about the contributions of Pennzoil motor oil to the development of modern transportation

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Clip #: MF-4E
Length: 8:57
Year: 1934
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1930s
Subject: Train Travel
Original: 35mm
Keywords:
oxen drawn cart, covered wagons, early motor car, horse drawn omnibus, early locomotive, race car, diesel train, airplane taxing, Union pacific streamline train leaves Los Angeles, train passengers, chefs in kitchen, dining car, 12 cylinder Winton diesel locomotive engine, United Airlines Boeing 247 twin engine monoplane leaving San Francisco, passengers in cabin, plane takes off, Pratt & Whitney engines, Los Angeles airport. Los Angeles city hall, Lake Tahoe, great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City, Mormon Temple, stewardess, Omaha, Nebraska, Mississippi river, Chicago, Illinois, Chicago airport, plane takes off, Cleveland, Ohio, stewardess with food, New York City, Empire State building, Newark airport, plane number NC13315, Pan Am four engine Sikorsky flying boat takes off from water and lands, taxis up ramp, Eddie Rickenbacker in Eastern Airlines Douglas twin engine tries to break record from Los Angeles to New York, Rickenbacker at controls


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