Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Public information films: wildlife, babies and space invaders


Stills from three more public information films. First is Jeremy's Toothache, from 1975, which teaches children the importance of brushing regularly. This webpage attributes it to VCL Productions; I believe that this information is from the liner notes to the Charley Says VHS. The best thing about it is the curious choice of accents for the animals, something that I unfortunately can't share...





















Next is Baby Walkers from 1974.



























And finally Space Invader from 1982. The webpage linked to above says that it was made by a studio called Direct Effects, and narrated by Peter Hawkins.










1 comment:

  1. Certainly the early 80's wasn't safe from the video game aesthetic at play!

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