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A hilarious collection of wrong-headed anti-alcohol films, includes the bonus "World in a Glass."
Day In Court: A real-life judge addresses "the traffic problem" as he presents the shocking statistics to stunned citizens seated in his courtroom. In 1951, automobile accidents in America in a single year will cause a billion dollars in property damage and one million casualties, with a person killed by an automobile every 15 minutes! The judge then listens to the cases of the day, calling attention to common bad driving habits that can lead to disaster.
Why Me?: Having learned that the average person is a terrible driver in the previous short subject, this scientific study by the South Carolina Commission on Alcohol And Drug Abuse, graphically proves what we already know. Get the average citizen loaded on alcohol or drugs, and his driving gets much, much worse. Scientists get citizen volunteers hopped up on booze, pills and pot at fake "parties" and then watch them get behind the wheel and destroy a driving course.
BONUS: THE WORLD IN A GLASS! - This Hiram Walker produced short subject traces the history of gin from the time of Anthony Van Dyke to the present and then elaborates on the intricate process for creating fine gin.
|Ljud:||Engelska DD Stereo|
|Region:||0 - ej regionskodad, fungerar i alla dvdspelare|
Upplagd i sortimentet: 7 september, 2016