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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Glenn Ford; Harry Rasky; Lester Cooper; Sherman Price; Filmedia Corp.; United States. Federal Civil Defense Administration.; United States. Office of Civil Defense.; Wilding Picture Productions.; University of Chicago. Institute for Nuclear Studies.; United States. Defense Civil Preparedness Agency.; California. Office of Emergency Services.; Screenscope, inc.; United States. Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization.; Norwood Studios, Inc.; Castle Films, inc.; United World Films, inc.; Pathe News.; Warner Bros.-Seven Arts.; Armed Forces Special Weapons Project (U.S.); Cascade Pictures of California Inc.; NEA National Commission on Safety Education.; Archer Productions.; Historical Archive Corporation.; CBS Television Network.; Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.
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|Target Audience:||Not rated.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (approximately 221 min.) : sound, black and white and color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Duck and cover (1951, b & w) (Produced in co-operation with the Federal Civil Defense Administration and in consultation with the Safety Commission of the National Education Association, produced by Archer Productions, Inc.) --
The house in the middle (1954, b & w) (Produced by The National Clean up --
Paint up --
Fix up Bureau with the co-operation of the Federal Civil Defense Administration) --
The day called 'X' (n.d., b & w) (CBS Television presents ; Narrated by Glenn Ford ; produced and directed by Harry Rasky ; written by Lester Cooper and Harry Rasky) --
What to do in a gas attack (1943, b & w) (Filmedia Corp. presents ; written, produced and directed by Sherman Price) --
About fallout (1963, col.) (Presented by Department of Defense, Office of Civil Defense ; production by Wilding)--
Atomic alert (Elementary version) (1951, b & w) (Produced by Encyclopaedia Britannica Films in collaboration with The Division of the Physical Sciences including The Institute of Nuclear Studies, The University of Chicago)--
Your chance to live : Earthwatch (1972, col.) (Prepared by Defense Civil Preparedness Agency with the cooperation of California Office of Emergency Services ; produced by Screenscope, Inc.) --
Radiological defense (1961, col.) (The Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization presents ; produced by Norwood Studios, Inc.) --
Survival under atomic attack (1951, b & w) (Federal Civil Defense Administration ; produced by Castle Films ; United World Films, Inc.) --
Operation cue (Revision --
1964) (1964, col.) (Presented by the Department of Defense, Office of Civil Defense) --
About fallout (1955, col.) (Presented by Department of Defense, Office of Civil Defense ; production by Wilding) --
Our cities must fight (1951, b & w) (Produced in cooperation with the Federal Civil Defense Administration ; produced by Archer Productions, Inc.) --
News magazine of the screen : Operation "Teapot" atom test! / First atomic submarine / First films: Underground atomic blast / News of the atomic age / The H bomb / "Survival Town" atom test / ([1954?], b & w) (Produced by Pathé News ; contributed as a public service by The Detroit News ; Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.)--
Medical aspects of nuclear radiation (1950 ; col.) (The Armed Forces Special Weapons Project presents ; produced by Cascade Pictures of California).
|Other Titles:||Duck and cover.
House in the middle.
Day called X.
What to do in a gas attack.
Your chance to live.
Survival under atomic attack.
Our cities must fight.
Medical aspects of nuclear radiation.
News magazine of the screen.
Civil defense film library
Detroit news (Detroit, Mich. : 1905)
|Responsibility:||the Historical Archive Corporation presents ; THA New Media LLC.|
"[These] Civil Defense films were mostly created during the height of the Cold War in the 1950's, when there was a Communist behind every bush, and nuclear war was going to happen at any instant."--Container.
Retrieving notes about this item
- Nautilus (Submarine : SSN-571)
- Civil defense -- United States.
- Atomic bomb -- Safety measures -- History.
- Natural disasters -- Safety measures -- History.
- Radioactive fallout -- Safety measures -- History.
- Fallout shelters -- United States -- History.
- Radioactivity -- Physiological effect.
- Atomic bomb -- History.
- Atomic bomb -- United States -- Testing.
- Atomic bomb -- United States -- History.
- Nuclear submarines -- United States -- History.
- Nuclear warfare -- History.
- Cold War -- Social aspects -- United States.
- Underground nuclear explosions -- United States -- History.
- United States -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
- Nevada Test Site (Nev.) -- History.
- Atomic bomb.
- Atomic bomb -- Safety measures.
- Atomic bomb -- Testing.
- Civil defense.
- Fallout shelters.
- Natural disasters -- Safety measures.
- Nuclear submarines.
- Nuclear warfare.
- Radioactive fallout -- Safety measures.
- Social aspects.
- Social conditions.
- Underground nuclear explosions.
- Nevada -- Nevada Test Site.
- United States.