You may wonder what appeal a Wax Maker would have, or whether people would queue up to wait five minutes to see their exhibit. Well, queue they did - for hours. Johnson Wax's sci-fi structure was the theater where the Fair's most popular movie played: "To Be Alive," a sprawling account of modern . . . something or other. To our jaded eyes it's just another doc with a loose mandate to be Inspirational, but apparently it was the fresh and exciting to the eyes of 64.

Here you go, if you want to see it. Of course it's on YouTube.

More next week!