A Few Ounces a Day

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Description This film uses diagrams to illustrate the importance of salvaging common everyday items in an effort to reuse important raw materials for building ships. The film asserts that one day's salvage by the whole British people counteracts the loss of one ship. An emphasis is put on “The importance of salvage to the flow of goods; [and] various examples of useful materials commonly thrown away.” (War Films Bulletin of the Extension Division Indiana University, February, 1943, 10.)
Creator Paul Rotha Productions
Great Britain. Ministry of Information
Contributor Isotype Institute: designs
Ernst Meyer: sound
Henry Hallatt: commentary
Science Films: animation
Subject salvage
Publisher IU Libraries Moving Image Archive
Date Issued 1941
Original Format 16mm print
Duration 06:39
Color/Black & White B&W
Sound/Silent Sound
Nation of Origin U.K.
Geographic Coverage England

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