"Business in Motion: Films of Current Interest," Canadian Business 24 (September 1951): 64.
"Assigned to do an article on the products that chemistry conjures out of wood cellulose, a writer sets out on a fact-finding trip. Through his eyes - and the camera lens - the audience sees wood turning into newsprint and sulphite pulp, dissolving pulps, viscose, cellulose sheet - and many related products. Film was produced with the co-operation of Canadian International Paper Co."
"Business in Motion: Films of Current Interest," Canadian Business 26 (September 1953): 78.
"This film tells the story of the transformation of wood cellulose from Canada's vast forests into many objects of everyday use. The production of plastics, cellophane, cellulose film, etc. are also a part of chemistry at work."