1940s-1960s : Two tapes are cemented together after being cut on a splicer.
1940s-1960s : A film splice is produced from two tapes cemented together as the process of splicing is shown.
1940s-1960s : A film is placed on the left side of a splicer, cut, moistened, scraped, and brushed.
1940s-1960s : After cement is applied to a piece of tape on the left side of a splicer, two pieces are joined together.
1940s-1960s : One end of a spliced film is moistened and cemented.
1940s-1960s : Film tape is damaged by faulty equipment and careless handling.
1940s-1960s : A section of a film is damaged as the sides have fallen off.
1940s-1960s : Different types of splices, most of which are temporary.
1940s-1960s : A film is placed right side up on a splicer.
1940s-1960s : Damaged film tape is placed in a splicer and cut off.