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Other titles:HAVE YOU GOT A GOOD MEMORY? [Alternative Title]
Summary: Short film produced to test the observation skills of the viewer.
Description: Opening title: “You will be shown fifty different objects of every day actions. Each will be shown for at least five seconds”. A visual countdown of five seconds is depicted. "Ok, starting now".
The film proceeds to display fifty different objects, including: ignition keys in car, clutch pedals, low bridge sign, locomotive, aircraft, road signs, clock face on church tower, name of road, A/B buttons on telephone call box, clock pendulum, a woman applying lipstick, a morse key, a half crown issued in 1923, a two shilling coin issued in 1941, and a half penny issued in 1942.
The film ends with another question (text on screen) “How many can you remember?”
Technical Details: Format: 16mm
Number of items/reels/tapes: 1
Notes: Remarks: The producer of this film has not been determined, nor whothe film was produced for. However, since the film is designed to test the observation power of the viewer, it is reasonable to assume it was used to this effect by the Armed Forces.