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Hospitals Don't Burn Down!

Australia, 1977 (MIFF 1978)

Director: Brian Trenchard-Smith

Designed primarily as training material for staffs of hospitals, this film dramatically portrays the horror and awful consequences of a tragic event; it demonstrates the results of good and bad training and the need for all hospital personnel to learn basic drills and routines in case of fire.

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