A high school student who is nervous about failing his chemistry test is transported to a vaguely Middle Ages, high fantasy castle where he meets a wizard trying to invent better armor for a knight. The student teaches the wizard about modern plastics and in the process, passes his chemistry exam. This educational film was produced by the National Plastics Center and Museum and sponsored by Rubbermaid.
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National Plastics Center and Museum. “Passing Through: An Introduction to Plastics.” Vhs, circa 1993. Science History Institute VHS Collection, Box 11. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/u8ku0lg.
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