Film, Video Duck and Cover Civil defense for schools: duck and cover
About this Item
- Duck and Cover
- Civil defense for schools: duck and cover
- Through animation, focuses on the steps to be taken for maximum safety in the street or in school in the event of an enemy attack by atomic or other weapons.
- United States. Office of Civil Defense.
- Archer Productions
Created / Published
- - Animated films
- Animated films
- - Summary: "This is an official Civil Defense film produced in co-operation with the Federal Civil Defense Administration and in consultation with the safety commission of the National Education Association." "This film was produced in co-operation with the public schools of Astoria and New York, New York." Through animation, focuses on the steps to be taken for maximum safety in the street or in school in the event of an enemy attack by atomic or other weapons.
- Film, Video
Call Number/Physical Location
- Mavis identifier: 1836081
- Macdonald (J. Fred And Leslie W.) Collection
- Motion Picture, Broadcasting And Recorded Sound Division
Library of Congress Control Number
Additional Metadata Formats
- Archer Productions
- Calonius, Lars
- Carr, Leon
- Castle Films, Inc
- Lambert, Dave
- Langlois, Leo
- Middleton, Robert
- National Education Association of the United States
- United States. Office of Civil Defense
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United States Office Of Civil Defense, and Archer Productions. Duck and Cover. 1951. Video. https://www.loc.gov/item/2022604365/.
APA citation style:
United States Office Of Civil Defense & Archer Productions. (1951) Duck and Cover. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2022604365/.
MLA citation style:
United States Office Of Civil Defense, and Archer Productions. Duck and Cover. 1951. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2022604365/>.