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Vintage Propaganda on DVD
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The Atomic Bomb
Nuclear Propaganda Films
Duck and Cover (1951) - 9 Minutes - Probably the most famous A-Bomb propaganda film. The film, with the help of Burt the Turtle, reassures school kids that they can survive a nuclear blast by kneeling on the floor and covering their necks.
The Day Called X (1955) - 28 Minutes - Dramatization showing the evacuation of an entire city (Portland, Oregon) under the threat of nuclear attack.
The House in the Middle (1954) - 12 Minutes - Did you know that painting your house white and keeping it clean can keep you safe if the bomb drops? Includes nuclear test footage. This one was sponsored by the 'National Paint, Varnish and Lacquer Association'!
About Fallout (1955) - 8 Minutes - An attempt to play-down the risks associated with radioactive fallout. "Fallout swallowed accidentally with food or drinking water would do you no immediate harm".
About Fallout (1963) - 22 Minutes - An extended and updated version of the 1955 film.
Atomic Alert (1951) - 10 Minutes - Another 'safety' film for school children. Encourages kids to go into strangers houses if the siren sounds.
Medical Aspects of Radiation (1950) - 20 Minutes - Reassures you that if your hair falls out from radiation exposure, you can always wear a wig. Also implies that any mutations in your children caused by radiation are a good thing!
Operation Crossroads (1945) - 26 Minutes - Footage of the Bikini Island atomic bomb tests
Operation Cue (1955) - 14 Minutes - Shows a series of tests that were carried out in Nevada to establish the effects of atomic explosions on a variety of objects (houses, food, etc). Watch Civil Defense officials start poking around the site 24 hours after the blast before settling down to a picnic!
Operation Cue (1964) - 14 Minutes - Updated version of the 1955 film.
Radiological Defence (1961) - 26 Minutes - Learn how to protect cows and/or sporting equipment from from the effects of the atomic bomb.
Self Preservation in an Atomic Attack (1950) - 17 Minutes - Soldiers learn how to survive the A-bomb. Best quote; :"Just the right spot for the enemy to lay an egg.... an atomic egg! What an omelette that would make!"
Survival Under Atomic Attack (1951) - 8 Minutes - More advice on how to live through an atomic blast.
A Tale of Two Cities (1946) - 12 Minutes - A highly biased film showing the effects of the bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Private Snafu DVD Collection
This DVD contains all twenty-eight episodes of Private Snafu, as well as three bonus 'Mr Hook' cartoons.
Made between 1943 and 1945, the Private Snafu cartoons were created to entertain and inform the US Armed Forces during World War II.
The Gold Brick
The Home Front
Vs Maleria Mike
A Lecture on Camoflage
The Chow Hound
In The Aleutians
Its Murder She Says
No Buddy Atoll
A Few Quick Facts - Inflation
A Few Quick Facts about Fear
Mr Hook - A Good Egg
Mr Hook - Tokyo Woes
The Return of Mr Hook
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