"In the 1950s, DANGER was everywhere! From the dark, criminal-infested alleys of Hometown, U.S.A. to your very own kitchen sink, you could've been decapitated, mamed or burned beyond recognition in the blink of an eye!! The helpful tips delivered on these nostalgic, condecending film gems from the past will help you survive the worst of life's possible scenarios; at which time you may thank the folks at Something Weird Video for saving your life."--Product description.
Hazard House (1950s, color) -- Color of Danger (1968, color) -- Penelope Changes Her Mind (1958, color) -- Careless Carl Walks to School -- Post Mortem (1967, color) -- Health In Our Community (1959) -- Fractures and Splinting (1965) -- Men, Steel and Earthquakes (1960).
Educational films from the 1950s and 1960s addressing safety issues.