Arnold Golay, toy-maker / directed by Jacqueline Veuve.

Format
Video/Projected medium
Language
French
Published/​Created
Watertown, MA : Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 1992.
Description
1 online resource (26 min.).

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Subject(s)
Narrator
Director
Library of Congress genre(s)
Series
Wood crafts
Summary note
Arnold Golay, 91, a former watchmaker who once had learned to make a timepiece entirely by hand. This know-how has always stood him in good stead. Upon retirement, Golay became a full-time toy maker. Even as a watchmaker, he used to make toys for his own children. The film follows his steps as he builds a toy hand-cart, from raw wood to finished product. We also see his collection of toys, which are reduced-scale models of all the carts, wheel barrows and other implements used on the farm before the invention of the tractor.
Notes
Title from resource description page (viewed Mar. 12, 2014).
Language note
This edition in French with English subtitles.
Other format(s)
Previously released as DVD.
Other title(s)
Noldy Golay
OCLC
877874669
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