At 12:51 PM 09/06/2001 -0700, Marc Sober 396-4616 wrote:
>The person who might know something about the dispositon of the
>International Film Bureau films is Ron Sigler, though the news will
>probably be that the films are in limbo. Gary or Kris or other VRT
>honchos, do you have Ron's # or e-mail??
>Marc Sober voice : (410)396-4616
>Audio-Visual Department FAX : (410)545-7517
>Enoch Pratt Free Library e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
>400 Cathedral St. web:
>Baltimore, MD 21201
>On Thu, 6 Sep 2001, Stuckwish, Chris wrote:
> > According to the 1991 ed of the FILM AND VIDEO FINDER, IT DIDN'T
> HAVE TO
> > HAPPEN, 13 min, 1954. "Illustrates how the careless worker who scorns
> > safety devices on modern machinery endangers not only his own life but also
> > the lives of his fellow workers".
> > Produced by : Crawley Films, LTD Distributed by: International
> > Film Bureau
> > 19 Fairmont Ave. 332 S. Michigan
> > Ave.
> > Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Chicago, IL
> > 60604-4382
> > (800)432-2241/(312)427-4545
> > The toll free number doesn't work and I couldn't find a listing
> for the
> > IFB thru internet phone directories. My last communication from them was
> > sept '95. Probably defunct, but if you go or know anyone connected
> with the
> > National Film & Video Market which should be coming up in the next month or
> > so, they might know where IFB is or who's handling their titles.
> > Scorning safety devices and fellow workers must stop.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Alyson Williams [mailto:email@example.com]
> > Sent: Thursday, September 06, 2001 1:19 PM
> > To: Multiple recipients of list
> > Subject: Searching for "It didn't have to happen"
> > I have a request from a patron who is trying to find a copy of this
> > industrial safety film, made sometime in the 50s or 60s.
> > There is another safety film on drinking and driving which has the same
> > title. That's not the one the customer wants. He's looking for the one
> > which depicts workshop accidents.
> > I have no information on producer or distributor, and I don't have any way
> > of looking this information up.
> > Any help would be deeply appreciated.
> > Alyson Williams
> > Resource Center
> > Workers' Health & Safety/Safety Education & Training
> > Texas Workers' Compensation Commission
> > 4000 S. IH-35 MS-25
> > Austin, TX 78704-8838
> > 512-804-4625
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
> > "This e-mail contains the thoughts and
> > opinions of Alyson Williams and does not
> > represent official TWCC policy."
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