Protection Against Fire / Suffocation Trailer 1967

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Protection against fire / suffocation - trailer.

Various C/U's of a poster with slogan 'Ventilate your room stop accidents', with picture of an old lady slumped in her chair in front of heater. The commentator urges us to ventilate our rooms when burning fuel.

Data

Cataloguer:
Emma
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
56097
Sort Number:
67/015
Time in/Out:
01:52:26:00 / 01:52:42:00
Canister:
67/15
Film ID:
2019.39
Issue Date:
19/02/1967

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