[World War II Productivity film, 1940s]

The film emphasizes the critical importance of time in wartime production and the impact of small delays or mistakes on the overall war effort. It highlights how every minute lost translates into lost productivity, which can ultimately affect the outcome of the war. Through the stories of individuals like Bob Lockart, Andy Fletcher, and Molly McGee, the film illustrates how seemingly insignificant delays or distractions can snowball into significant losses in production and efficiency. It emphasizes the need for precise coordination, timeliness, and attention to detail at every level of production, from workers on the line to clerical staff and management, to ensure that war materials are produced and delivered on time for the war effort.

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