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Coronet Instructional Films

 Organization

Dates

  • Existence: 1945-1972

Biographical / Historical

Coronet Instructional Films, known prior to 1945 as Coronet Productions, changed its name in the summer of 1972 to Coronet Instructional Materials and in September 1972 to Coronet Instructional Media. In May 1980, the name changed to Coronet.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

The Human Body: Circulatory System, 1956

 Item — Box: 4
Scope and Contents Warning: graphic content, including footage of live human organs and animal organs.In this color film with sound, the human circulatory system is explained in detail through the use of illustrations, animation, x-ray photography, and footage of live organs of humans and dogs. The role and function of blood circulation, the heart, lungs, and kidneys, are described in detail, as well as the progression of historical knowledge about the cirulatory system.A Coronet Film....
Dates: 1956

The Human Body: Skeleton, 1953

 Item — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This black and white sound film provides an overview of the human skeleton, detailing how groups of bones work together to provide movement and protection for organs. A model skeleton, footage of male aquatic athletes, and fluoroscopy are used.
Coronet instructional films, educational collaborator Barry J. Anson, PhD, Professor of Anatomy, Northwestern University Medical School.
Dates: 1953