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Film credit at the end of countless Army Pictorial Center productions.
Television productions in the 1950s
Television was part of Army Pictorial Center's output in
the 1950s. Productions were distributed by
as recalled by Neil
Upchurch. "Christmas 1957" was one of those
productions, shown in the photo above. Sitting on the
wall is Dennis
E. Laughlin, who was part of the television
set design and art department.
work did Carl Heuer produce?
Who was that beatnik in Hartzer's film?
Training Photographers in China
During World War II
System for Measuring Light Transmission
Studio Electrical Modernization
from Alumni News
"It simply took me back, 'way
back, and reminded me of much of my love for moving pictures.
I loved every single iota of it."
Help Page: Bed Check in France
Contributing to Film History
Hall of Heroes
Cameraman Frank H. Labram Remembered
In Focus: A Trove
of APC History
A Foxhold on Wheels
Other Photo Units: 497th
Footage of Camp Feldafing?
Drones for Reconnaisance
Boykin on Mobile Television
Film industry in WWII
Norton S. Parker
Cameras for atomic tests
(Updated June 12, 2021.)
main entrance to APC at night
was photographed by Bill Ricks,
who supplied a
few of his color slides from that era.
APC / SCPC
Yes, we still need
your help to answer the questions about SCPC/APC and films made
example, do you know how combat photographer Robert D.
Stone won his Bronze Star?
The Big Picture
is available on DVD and Online!
National Archives and Records Administration has made individual
episodes of "The
Big Picture" available via Amazon. Episode DVDs can also be
copied for free by visitors to NARA's College Park, Maryland, facility.
And many complete episodes and clips have been posted on YouTube.