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Magic Molecule 1964
Description: This short documentary introduces us to the colourful and versatile globe of plastics. Transmuted from coal, oil or wood, synthetic substances can create thousands of fresh products, from silk threads to furniture.
Released: N/A Director: Christopher Chapman, Hugh O'Connor Writers: William Weintraub Actors: N/A Genres: Documentary, Short
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