The process of baking bread is shown. Baking the bread and making its way along production line. (clip)

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  • 1940s

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Reference number: 1918

Date: 1946*

Sponsor: British Instructional Films

Production company: Pathe Production

Sound: silent

Colour: bw

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 5.47 mins

Description: Shots of the harvesting of wheat, the baking of bread in a bakery and selling the final product in a baker's shop.

Teaching notes.

Shotlist: credits (0.18) shots of harvesting machine in field (.54) From the wheatland come the flour for the bread. gvs of flour in large tubs (2.00) Yeast, salt and fat are added. (2.25) The yeast makes the dough swell. Tubs of swollen dough (2.52) Machines cut and weigh the dough. gvs of same (4.03) Into the oven. gvs of loaves in oven (4.45) Bread for thousands of people. Loaves on production line (5.37) shots inside baker's shop, woman buys loaf (5.42) The end (5.47)