INFORMATION PROGRAM WITHIN PUBLIC SHELTERS 1963.
Fictional narrative of what to expect after a nuclear blast living in a public shelter. Total Runtime Appx. 13 minutes.
LETS FACE IT.
Film based on the assumption that a nuclear attack from the former Soviet Union was imminent ranked high on the list of U.S. priorities in the 1960ís. A key point emphasized in the video is that for citizens to survive a nuclear attack. Total Runtime Appx. 13 minutes.
MEDICAL ASPECTS OF NUCLEAR RADIATION 1950.
Attempt to argue away the dangers of nuclear radiation with some excellent animation. Total Runtime Appx. 20 minutes.
NEWS MAGAZINE 1950.
Compilation of 1950s newsreel stories on atomic weapons testing civil defense and nuclear energy. Total Runtime Appx. 16 minutes.
OCCUPYING A PUBLIC SHELTER 1965 .
Post bomb shelter life. Total Runtime Appx. 23 minutes.
OUR CITIES MUST FIGHT 1951.
Civil defense film admonishing U.S. city dwellers to stay and fight in case of enemy invasion rather than evacuate. Filmed in New York and other cities. Total Runtime Appx. 9 minutes.
RADIATION SAFETY IN NUCLEAR ENERGY EXPLORATIONS.
Title says it all. Total Runtime Appx. 23 minutes.
RADIOACTIVE FALLOUT AND SHELTER 1965.
Teaches the individual how to take care of his medical and health needs in time of disaster when medical assistance might not be readily available. Presents instructions on radioactive fallout and shelter. Discusses the effects of radiation on people and emphasizes protective procedures against radiation. Total Runtime Appx. 25 minutes.
RADIOLOGICAL DEFENSE 1961.
Nuclear fallout menaces Americans. Total Runtime Appx. 27 minutes.