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ITEM Identifier: hfa00014

A million to one. Educational Services, Incorporated, 1961., 1961


  • 1961

Language of Materials

Material is in English.

Access Restrictions

Access by appointment only. Applications to consult this material should be directed to the staff of the Harvard Film Archive.

Film prints are made accessible by appointment only and in close consultation with HFA staff. Although films do not circulate for individual use, students, filmmakers, artists, and researchers are encouraged to use the collections on-site. If their condition allows, prints from the HFA collection may be viewed on a flatbed viewer at the HFA’s Conservation Center.


1 collection (61 16mm film prints)

General note

Educational science film depicting physical properties of gases. A flea pulls a massive dry ice puck in an entertaining demonstration of the exceedingly small force needed to accelerate and keep a nearly frictionless body moving. Includes a short excerpt of Inertia, describing the dry ice puck. (source: “Trained fleas courtesy of Professor Roy Heckler Hubert’s Flea Circus”

Repository Details

Part of the Harvard Film Archive, Harvard Library, Harvard University Repository

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