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Title of the Film TOMORROW'S WORLD
Alternative Titles  
English Titles  
Year of Release 1943
Country of Origin Canada
Language(s) English
Run Time (in minutes) 19
Length (in meters)  
Colour b/w
Genre Short, documentary
Based on/Source  
Production Companies National Film Board of Canada
Producer(s) Raymond Spottiswoode
Special notes Edited by Ernest Borneman
A film emphasizing both the importance of conservation and rationing, and the increased industrial production, during the years of World War II. It suggests that "tomorrow's world" will be more prosperous and better planned because of the war efforts. (National Film Board of Canada)

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