This is a promotional work created by the National Plastics Center and Museum to advertise their educational video, Passing Through. Passing Through is a film for teenagers and high school science students in which a student who is failing chemistry class is transported back in time to medieval England and teaches modern chemistry concepts to a wizard. This video goes behind the scenes during the filming of Passing Through with context provided by Executive Director of the Society of Plastics Engineers, Robert D. Forger, and the NPCM's President, Richard P. Flannagan. The NPCM closed in 2008 and its records are now held by the Syracuse University Special Collections Research Center.
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Gift of Jeffrey Sturchio
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National Plastics Center and Museum. “Passing Through: Behind The Scenes.” Vhs, circa 1993. Science History Institute VHS Collection, Box 4. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/alu5hhk.
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