How it's made. Seasons 1 and 2 / Science Channel ; director, Yves Martin Allard ; produced in association with Discovery Channel, Ztele.
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- Physical Description: 5 videodiscs (approximately 1144 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: [Silver Spring, Md.] : Discovery Communications, 
- Copyright: ©2010
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Originally aired on the Science Channel in 2001-2002.
Includes 52 episodes. Each episode approximately 30 minutes.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Disc 1. Aluminum foil, snowboards, contact lenses and bread Compact discs, mozzarella cheese, pantyhose and fluorescent tubes Toothpicks, acrylic bathtubs, helicopters and beer Hearing aids, 3D puzzles, rubber mats and toilets Paper, jeans, computers and plate glass Nails and staples, safety glasses, fabrics and bicycles Kayaks, safety boots, electronic signs and breakfast cereals Trucks, adhesive bandages, computer circuit boards and liquors Steel, apple juice, aircraft landing gear and cosmetics Holograms, package printing, skin cultures, and canned corn Plastic bags, solar panels, plastic gasoline containers and hockey sticks Disc 2. Aluminum screw caps, chocolate, pills and pasta Bicycle helmets, lithium batteries, car brakes and aluminum Eyeglass lenses, granite, potato chips and micro-processors Honey, fiber-optics, bricks and pipe organs Personal watercrafts, ice skates, wine and office furniture Winter jackets, animation, mushrooms and gold Hydroponic lettuce, construction wood recycling and fishing flies Wood doors, paintballs, newspapers and diamonds Carpet, drinking water, laser eye surgery, acoustic guitars Fiberglass boats, clothes dryers, bubble gum and fireworks Steel safes, false teeth, airplanes and maple syrup Disc 3. Gummie candy, aluminum cans, fish farming and bronze sculptures Aluminum pots and pans, artificial limbs, peanut butter and high intensity light bulbs Coins, cars, grocery carts and rapid tooling and prototyping Ball bearings, electrical wires, wax casting and automated machines Pre-inked stamps, cranberries, cotton yarn and road signs Combination locks, pottery, recreational vehicles and erasers Wheel loaders, vegetable oil, hand tools and cotton swabs Temporary metal fences, asphalt shingles, polystyrene products and hard candies Horse-drawn carriages, artificial eyes, dog and cat food and mirrors Yogurt, candles, neon signs and book bindings Disc 4. Prepared mustard, violins, nuts and bolts and toilet paper Fresh cut flowers, adhesive tape, tofu and lottery tickets Inflatable watercraft, couscous, modeling dough and wicker products Wind generators, PVC gloves, thermo-formed glass and fire trucks Radiators, hatchery chicks, Phyllo dough and cross-country skis Baseboard heaters, pulp containers, chicken and video games Firefighter boots, garden tools, automated machines and gypsum boards Plastic bottles and jars, mail, eggs and handcrafted wooden pens Plastic molds, oil filters, filing cabinets and blown glass Cutting tools, stained glass, semi-trailers and recorders Disc 5. Conga drums, metal plating and buttons Grinding wheels, compost, window blinds and milk Brushes and push brooms, blackboards, smoked salmon and zippers 3D signs, hardwood floors, polyethylene pipe and mattresses Ceramic tiles, nuts, steel forgings and skatebaords Car engines, flour, recliners and envelopes Plastic cups and cutlery, special effects makeup, gold and harps Laminate countertops, frozen treats, building blocks and detergents Moldings, pulleys, industrial rubber hose and sheet vinyl flooring Putty knives, garage doors, electric motors and wool.
|Participant or Performer Note:||
Narrator: Brooks Moore.
Television series on how commercial products are made.
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|System Details Note:||
DVD, full screen (aspect ratio 4:3); Dolby Digital 2.0.
|Terms Governing Use and Reproduction Note:||
For private home use only.
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