Cartoon animated characters Sniff & Snuff visit the moon and decide that maybe the moon people caused the moon to become a dead planet because they were careless with fire. They return to earth to continue their fire prevention campaign to prevent the earth from looking like the moon.These two animated cartoon characters were designed by the Hanna-Barbera Company of Hollywood 1968
Cartoon animated characters Sniff and Snuff, the super fire-safe snoopers discover 6 different fire hazards and teach fire safety lessons about each one. These two animated cartoon characters were designed by the Hanna-Barbera Company of Hollywood 1968.
Chronicles the Los Angeles (California) County Fire Department's fight against a fire in the Newton Canyon area of the Malibu Mountains on December 26, 1956. The fire covered 26,000 acres before containment and involved 2,000 men fighting it over three days and night. The effects of Santa Ana winds on a wildfire are dramatically illustrated
San Fernando Earthquake in California 1971. Scenes show the fire and destruction left by the earthquake, gas mains exploded, sewer and water lines erupted in the street, and why 80,000 people were forced from their homes by a threatened break in a major dam. The footage also includes scenes with Governor Ronald Reagan and Vice President Spiro Agnew
San Francisco Earthquake October 17, 1989 and its aftermath. The largest to hit the San Francisco area since 1906 and registering a 7.1 magnitude, the earthquake's effects are shown in stores, and on the street. California Highway Patrol's response to, and findings of, the seismic shaking on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and the Cypress Street Viaduct. Scenes show difficult rescue attempts and earthquake victim evacuations.