Uses animation to highlight reasons for American metric conversion. Introduces the meter, liter, kilogram and celsius. Emphasizes prefixes and stresses the decimal nature of the metric system. Points out the benefits of conversion.
Tells about a pedestrian accident victim who may have been legally right, but was almost killed – and remains wheelchair – bound. lots of pedestrians making mistakes although no actual casualties. PAN IN to judge. MS man in wheelchair. MS of jury leaving courtroom. VS courtroom. LS people at crosswalk. MS of same. VS people walking in city. VS woman …
Presents an air pollution inspector, a rubbish collector and a foreman in a glass recycling factory who talk about their involvement and pride in the work they do. Director of photography is Les Blank.
Suggests training guidelines for church ushers. Looks at the usher as the person who often creates the first and lasting impression for new persons. Just barely animated. Line drawing animation of usher helping people at church
Emphasizes the safety of those who must work around bins and hoppers and acquaints them with the potential hazards of entering these and other material storage areas. Encourages workers to follow the safe and correct operating procedures that apply to their jobs.
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