Description: 1970's 'SNUFFY'S FIRE SAFETY BRIGADE' & 'WILL YOUR JOB BURN?': FIRE SAFETY TECHNIQUES IN HOMES AND BUSINESSES, ETC; DX Snuffy, a cartoon-like (has eyes for headlights) small fire engine sits on lawn. Kids watch marching band & color guard; DX Trombonist, baton twirlers, conductor walks in front of band, kid ssitting in bleachers (black boy gives 'ah, shucks' motion); DX Picket signs ('Hot Spot Spotters Unite!') on ground, kids investigate & talk w/conductor. Snuffy drives up to & talks w/kids; DX Snuffy & the kids walk (actually their marching like a bunch o' goomers) across a field; INT-Kids mess around firehouse before Snuffy comes in & slaps 'em around...okay, he just talks to them about his crazy contraption; INT Hand held pan of middle class type house. CU electric outlet w/a bunch (too many) plugs plugged into it; INT Hand held shot of messy cellar/basement, cluttered attic ;INT-Tight shot of cookie jar and pot on stove. Head-on shot of Snuffy. The kids sing a little ditty and then talk to Snuffy; INT Cardboard cut-out of fire flame. The kids perform a skit (kid rings bell, on phone, talking thru megaphone); INT Girl talks to Snuffy. Kids demostrate what to do in case of fire (ducking smoke, etc) ;CHEESY LOW BUDGET PROP WARNING!: NX Godzilla like toy breathes smoke & lights itself on fire (stop drop & roll!), dances w/shades on; INT The kids do a zany dance (check out the moves on the black kid), Snuffy and Cool Mo D Godzilla get in on the action; DX Marching band, kids marching down street w/Snuffy pass 'Snuffy's Fire Safety Brigade' boosters, people marching w/signs; 'WILL YOUR JOB BURN?'DX-Camera follows man crossing street (car models indicate this was shot in the 70's) walks up urban sidewalk, CU face; DX Bulldozer moving rubble. Man pulls up in large gas guzzler car, wife and daughters come out to meet him. Var face CUs; DX Fireman trains stationary hose on burned out building. Front end loader dumping rubble. Warehouse/factory ruins; INT Family photos in picture frames on table. Black woman sitting on couch speaking. DX Fire damaged buildings plants; DX Bearded white man w/lunch box/bucket speaking. Pan factory ruins. Man working w/molten steel; INT Man drives forklift from elevator lift carrying steel barrel of flammable substance. Burning bldg, firetruck & EMS on scene; INT Over weight balding man in tie speaking. Pan workshop, var mechanical machine in operation, fire marshall touring plant; INT Stucked buckets/containers of flammable materials. Sparks fly from metal sander. 'No Smoking' sign, man applies warning sticker; INT Factory workers in action (mostly dealing w/flammable type stuff). White man leaning on chain link fence talking to camera; Var sketches of factory workers. Room full of graphic designers, artists at sketch boards. More paintings, drawings, sketches; INT Machinery in motion, men working in shop. Forklift stacks barrel, pan to water sprinkler on ceiling; INT Men in wood worker's shop. Man in hardhat stands next to ladder & fire extinguisher; INT Man in welder's mask welding (sparks flying) steel girder. Talking head of man in hardhat; DX Massive flames consume bldgs, var. Head shots of previously seen people; INT Men gathered around table talk about smoke/gas mask worn by one man w/tank strapped to back on backpack; DX Man inspecting fire equipment on outside/ext of red brick bldg. CU hand presses fire alarm box button; INT Man inspects fire extinguisher, writes on clipboard. Man climbs ladder and checks flood light box. Man checks fire exit door; INT Man lifts up mesh wire gate, men step up to doorway counter. Men shown oxygen mask. Repeat of earlier shots w/men in shop; INT White collar management types stand around desk looking at documents/blue prints/plans; INT Shot from doorway of women entering bldg from parking lot. Women in line move by camera;
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