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|Material Type:||Partial animation, Videorecording|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Phil Olsen; Ken Geddes; Paul Lynde; Ralph Story; West Ho Films.; Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.; Southern California Rapid Transit District.; Los Angeles Rams (Football team); GMC Truck & Coach.; Metropolitan Coach Lines.
|Notes:||Titles from title screen.
|Performer(s):||Phil Olsen, Ken Geddes (Operation Teamwork) ; Paul Lynde, Ralph Story (Public transportation who needs it?).|
|Description:||1 videodisc (69 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||A compilation of various transportation films originally on 16 mm film.; DVD.|
|Contents:||Operation Teamwork  --
Public transportation who needs it  --
Let's go to town [1950's?] --
Metropolitan Coach Lines [commercials] [1953-58?].
|Other Titles:||MTA Operation Teamwork
Who needs it
Public transportation who needs it?
Let's go to town
|Responsibility:||produced by West Ho Films in cooperation with RTD and the Los Angeles Rams. Public transportation who needs it? / written, produced and directed by Southern California Rapid Transit District, RTD. Let's go to town / produced by Photographic Section, GMC Truck & Coach Div., General Motors Corporation, Pontiac, Michigan.|
"Public transportation who needs it?": Paul Lynde and Ralph Story are featured in this promotion for the 1968 Los Angeles County ballot measure Proposition A.
"Let's go to town": This General Motors film documents the issue of traffic congestion and the solution of bus transit. Two animated commercials from the Metropolitan Coach Lines are featured afterwards.
- Crime prevention -- California, Southern.
- Graffiti -- California, Southern -- Prevention.
- Buses -- Vandalism -- Prevention.
- Transportation -- California, Southern.
- Los Angeles County (Calif.). -- Proposition A (1968)
- Southern California Rapid Transit District.
- Local transit -- California, Southern.
- Traffic congestion.
- Bus lines.
- Television advertising -- Transportation.