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Summary: Second World War RAF "Careless Talk" short warning against the various possible disguises used by Nazi spies.
Description: Using the device of hands moving paper cut-out clothes over a drawing of a Nazi officer, the comic commentary states that you would not give any information to someone dressed in Nazi uniform, but warns of the various disguises that may be used. A local you could meet in any country pub, a vicar (whose intentions are "let us prey!"), a cheerful chatty cockney and a gentlemen on secret war production work who is happy to talk about his work in the hope that you will talk about yours. The film concludes with "TALK LESS YOU NEVER KNOW"