In this reprint from 1986, Pitts, a freelance writer and author of books on entertainment, presents a listing of 4,189 feature film westerns in television, 16mm, 8mm and Super 8mm film, videocassette, and videodisc
formats, including shoot-em-up films, northwoods dramas, south-of-the-border action, frontier sagas, and foreign films that deal with the American frontier or have plot elements indigenous to the Western.
The program also included a brief review of consulting market in Kyrgyzstan and a videodisc
as a present to the participants.
Also, Guy and Frisby (1992) found that the performance of pre-nursing and allied-health college students in a gross anatomy course did not differ significantly when using an interactive videodisc
computer lab as compared to a traditional demonstration lab.
The result is the 1995 SH Productions video re-release on digital videodisc
, adding to Alfred's growing DVD library.
The licensed products include LG's integrated digital sets, digital video recorders and digital videodisc
recorders sold in North America.
They have developed software which emulates the obsolete BBC computer and videodisc
player on which the original system worked.
1 maker of semiconductor chips, are giving Japanese electronics giants a run for their money in digital videodisc
players, bigscreen televisions and other high-margin businesses.
The researcher utilized the Jasper Woodsbury videodisc
series created by the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt University.
The National Gallery of Art's department of education resources has produced a new videodisc
on the gallery's European collection.
examples of various captioning feature combinations were used to obtain ratings from these consumers.
James Logie Baird worked on an analog videodisc
system as early as 1923; and in 1929 the American inventor Reginald F.
If instructors want to display something using a videodisc
player, DVD player, computer or other device, they usually have to call for a video cart to be brought in, and attempt to unscramble the morass of wires that awaits them,