Contents: Duck and cover (10 min,
1950); Survival under atomic attack
(9 min., 1952); The Future is now (14
min., 195-?); Five promotions for
science fiction films which involve
nuclear energy (11 min., 195-?); A
Captain Midnight promotion featuring
the ballplayer, Duke Snider (2
min., 195-?); Captain Midnight:
Atomic proving grounds (14 min., 195-?).
The above scoreable from Ingram, B&T, Movies Unlimited, et al.
Also available thru these sources is
Atomic Scare Films. Volume 1
Contents: Survival under atomic
attack / U.S. Federal Civil Defense
Administration (b&w, 1951, 9 min.);
Duck and cover (b&w, 195-?, 10
min.); American cities atomic fallout
strategy / U.S. Office of Civil and
Defense Mobilization (color, 195-?,
27 min.); The Atom strikes / U.S.
Army Pictorial Service (b&w, 195-?,
30 min.); You can beat the A-Bomb
(b&w, 1950, 20 min.); Two Civil
defense commercials / U.S. National
Guard (b&w, 3 min.); Radioactive
fallout and shelter (color, 20 min.).
>Looking for a short film (PSA?) done by the US Gov't in the
>50's instructing "boys and girls" as to how they can
>protect themselves following a nuclear blast.
>Does anyone know a source for this classic?
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