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Planning for Safety

Series

Series Name
British Movietone News

Issue

Issue No.
1468
Date Released
22 Jul 1957
Date Other
Jul 1957
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1The ‘P1’
  2. 2Royal Garden Party
  3. 3Personality Parade: Prince Moulay Hassan
  4. 4Personality Parade: President Aramburu
  5. 5Personality Parade: Prince Juan Carlos
  6. 6Market Trouble
  7. 7Planning for Safety

Story

Story No. within this Issue
7 / 7
Summary
MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Latest Type of Life Boat. DESCRIPTION: On board the liner Sylvania, is shown the latest type of inflatable life-raft. American jet pilots are given special training in escaping from their cockpits under water. A motor cycle flotilla introduces a new approach to the Cop on the Beat. A road patrol has been blazing the trail to Moscow, preparing the way for British tourists. A training ground has been opened in Frankfurt, so that motorists can brush up their road safety. SHOTLIST: New types of inflatable rubber dinghy being tested aboard ship, and in water. ENGLISH TOURISTS IN USSR - CARD 71277 An AA van drives through Moscow streets. The van from the AA organisation is there to test out the streets for british car tourists.
Keywords
Organisations; Ships and boats; Vehicles; Aviation; Safety devices; Police; Road transport; Navy; Military
Locations
United States of America; England; Moscow; Frankfurt am Main
Footage sources
United States of America
Germany
Pathe
Card file number
71245
Credits:
Commentator
Geoffrey Sumner
Camera
James Humphries
Camera
Len Waldorf
Length of story (in feet)
192
Story extras:

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