Alice in Blunderland - road safety, 1947
“Alice in Blunderland” is an educational road safety film produced by the Road Safety Council of NSW
The film features the accident prone Alice and her boyfriend and aims to demonstrate the foibles of not paying attention to the road when driving. The film was made in Sydney in 1947 and also features some footage of Sydney dating back to 1908.
This film was digitised as part of a special project to preserve 'at risk' audio-visual archives.
Film ID: NRS4911 AO Film 003 A000021808
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