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* TheEighties: Although produced in the mid-seventies, a ''Series/{{Panorama}}'' broadcast of leaked footage in 1980 meant that the series went on to be associated far more with the ColdWar paranoia of TheEighties than of previous decades.
* EveryEpisodeEnding: Each short ends with the logo forming up to the sound of the series' infamously creepy electronic sign-off tune.

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* TheEighties: Although produced in the mid-seventies, a ''Series/{{Panorama}}'' broadcast of leaked footage in 1980 meant that the series went on to be associated far more with the ColdWar UsefulNotes/ColdWar paranoia of TheEighties than of previous decades.
* EveryEpisodeEnding: Each short ends with the logo forming up to the sound of the series' infamously creepy electronic sign-off tune.tune.
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* EmergencyBroadcast: Meant to be shown in the event of a potential nuclear war.

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* EmergencyBroadcast: Meant to be shown in the event of if a potential nuclear war.war was imminent.


* EmergencyBroadcast

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* EmergencyBroadcastEmergencyBroadcast: Meant to be shown in the event of a potential nuclear war.


In 1975, at the behest of the British government, Richard Taylor Cartoons (creators of ‘’Crystal Tipps and Alistair’’ and the ‘‘Charley Says’’ public information films) produced a series of animated shorts providing instructions to the general public on how to protect themselves and their homes in the event of a nuclear strike on the United Kingdom. The films were originally intended to air only in the event of a national emergency, but leaked copies made their way to the CND and Creator/TheBBC, sparking intense public controversy around the nature and supposed effectiveness of the advice given.


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In 1975, at the behest of the British government, Richard Taylor Cartoons (creators of ‘’Crystal ''Crystal Tipps and Alistair’’ Alistair'' and the ‘‘Charley Says’’ ''Charley Says'' public information films) produced a series of animated shorts providing instructions to the general public on how to protect themselves and their homes in the event of a nuclear strike on the United Kingdom. The films were originally intended to air only in the event of a national emergency, but leaked copies made their way to the CND and Creator/TheBBC, sparking intense public controversy around the nature and supposed effectiveness of the advice given.


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* TheEighties: Although produced in the mid-seventies, a ''Series/{{Panorama}}'' broadcast of leaked footage in 1980 meant that the series went on to be associated far more with the ColdWar paranoia of TheEighties than of previous decades.

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* TheEighties: Although produced in the mid-seventies, a ''Series/{{Panorama}}'' broadcast of leaked footage in 1980 meant that the series went on to be associated far more with the ColdWar paranoia of TheEighties than of previous decades.decades.
* EveryEpisodeEnding: Each short ends with the logo forming up to the sound of the series' infamously creepy electronic sign-off tune.


In 1975, at the behest of the British government, Richard Taylor Cartoons (creators of ‘’Crystal Tipps and Alistair’’ and the ‘‘Charley Says’’ public information films) produced a series of animated shorts providing instructions to the general public on how to protect themselves and their homes in the event of a nuclear strike on the United Kingdom. The films were originally intended to air only in the event of a national emergency, leaked copies aired on ''Series/{{Panorama}}'' in 1980, but leaked copies made their way to the CND and Creator/TheBBC, sparking intense public controversy around the nature and supposed effectiveness of the advice given.


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In 1975, at the behest of the British government, Richard Taylor Cartoons (creators of ‘’Crystal Tipps and Alistair’’ and the ‘‘Charley Says’’ public information films) produced a series of animated shorts providing instructions to the general public on how to protect themselves and their homes in the event of a nuclear strike on the United Kingdom. The films were originally intended to air only in the event of a national emergency, leaked copies aired on ''Series/{{Panorama}}'' in 1980, but leaked copies made their way to the CND and Creator/TheBBC, sparking intense public controversy around the nature and supposed effectiveness of the advice given.




* TheEighties: Although produced in the mid-seventies, the timing of the above-mentioned ''Series/{{Panorama}}'' broadcast of leaked footage meant that the series went on to be associated far more with the ColdWar paranoia of TheEighties than of previous decades.

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* TheEighties: Although produced in the mid-seventies, the timing of the above-mentioned a ''Series/{{Panorama}}'' broadcast of leaked footage in 1980 meant that the series went on to be associated far more with the ColdWar paranoia of TheEighties than of previous decades.


In 1975, at the behest of the British government, Richard Taylor Cartoons (creators of ‘’Crystal Tipps and Alistair’’ and the ‘‘Charley Says’’ public information films) produced a series of animated shorts providing instructions to the general public on how to protect themselves and their homes in the event of a nuclear strike on the United Kingdom. The films were originally intended to air only in the event of a national emergency, leaked copies aired on Panorama in 1980, but leaked copies made their way to the CND and Creator/TheBBC, sparking intense public controversy around the nature and supposed effectiveness of the advice given.


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In 1975, at the behest of the British government, Richard Taylor Cartoons (creators of ‘’Crystal Tipps and Alistair’’ and the ‘‘Charley Says’’ public information films) produced a series of animated shorts providing instructions to the general public on how to protect themselves and their homes in the event of a nuclear strike on the United Kingdom. The films were originally intended to air only in the event of a national emergency, leaked copies aired on Panorama ''Series/{{Panorama}}'' in 1980, but leaked copies made their way to the CND and Creator/TheBBC, sparking intense public controversy around the nature and supposed effectiveness of the advice given.




* TheEighties: Although produced in the mid-seventies, the timing of the Panorama broadcast of the leaked footage meant that the series went on to be associated far more with the ColdWar paranoia of TheEighties than of previous decades.

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* TheEighties: Although produced in the mid-seventies, the timing of the Panorama above-mentioned ''Series/{{Panorama}}'' broadcast of the leaked footage meant that the series went on to be associated far more with the ColdWar paranoia of TheEighties than of previous decades.

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In 1975, at the behest of the British government, Richard Taylor Cartoons (creators of ‘’Crystal Tipps and Alistair’’ and the ‘‘Charley Says’’ public information films) produced a series of animated shorts providing instructions to the general public on how to protect themselves and their homes in the event of a nuclear strike on the United Kingdom. The films were originally intended to air only in the event of a national emergency, leaked copies aired on Panorama in 1980, but leaked copies made their way to the CND and Creator/TheBBC, sparking intense public controversy around the nature and supposed effectiveness of the advice given.


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* AnyoneCanDie: Instructions are provided on what do with a corpse in the event of this.
* ApocalypseAnarchy: Produced with the aim of avoiding this by encouraging people to remain in their homes since “no place in the United Kingdom is safer than any other.”
* EmergencyBroadcast
* TheEighties: Although produced in the mid-seventies, the timing of the Panorama broadcast of the leaked footage meant that the series went on to be associated far more with the ColdWar paranoia of TheEighties than of previous decades.

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