National Geographic : 1943 Nov
66 / ljow to stay alive... Ain ONE easy lesson" I~a /"" - You won't be seeing movies like this at your neighborhood theater. In fact, you'd likely rather not see them. They're pretty grim. They show how easy it is to stop a bullet... if you're careless ... and how to stay healthy by using common sense. Filmosound Projectors are flashing lifesaving training films on Army camp screens all over America . . . revealing enemy tactics to our fighting men . . . schooling them in war-wise caution and courage. Special films, that you may never see, explain almost every phase of mod ern warfare . . . and in every branch of service, Filmosound Projectors and Filmo Cameras help carry the tremendous train ing load .. , help weld millions of green recruits into a tough, hard-hitting Army. And so your peaceful, pleasant home movies will have to wait . . until Filmo sound equipment has completed this cold blooded, necessary task. And when it's done there will be an America for you to film that will be finer and stronger than it ever was before. It's worth the waiting. Bell & Howell Co., Chicago; New York; Hollywood; Washington, D. C.; London. Established 1907. *Trade-mark registered *Opti-onics is OPTIcs...elec trONics... mechaniCS. It Is research and engineering by Bell & Howell in these three related sciences to accom plish many things never be fore obtainable. Today Opti onlcs is a WEAPON. Tomor row, it will be a SERVANT... to work, protect, educate, and entertain. Products combining the sciences of OPTIcs * electrONics * mechaniCS PRCSONMD *.