White for Safety

White for Safety

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This item is a video clip. It was created by an unknown creator on or around the date 1952.

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This isn't an apartheid manual or minimalist design code, but a 1952 road safety film from the National Film Unit. The film follows 'Mrs White' and 'Mrs Black' leaving their respective homes (on foot) for a bridge evening. Mrs White wears visible clothing and faces the traffic (would a modern colour remake see a Mrs Fluoro?). Mrs Black dresses eponymously and walks with her back to the traffic. Predictable results ensue. Modern viewers who associate such character names with Reservoir Dogs wi...


Some of the subjects related to it include accident, crash, traffic safety, instructional, bridge, 50s, 1950s, fifties, road safety, retro, vintage, and public safety.

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