Donald's fire survival plan

United States, 1966

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The need for a fire survival plan in the home. Every day over 1500 homes burn, and 18 lives are lost, one third of them children. Schools, industrial plants and public buildings practise proper procedures, why not homes? Donald Duck works out a plan to protect his family in case of fire.

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Credits

director

Les Clark

producer

Ken Peterson

production company

Walt Disney Productions

Duration

00:10:58:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1966

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