TFB Poll: What Women Used for Protection in 1952

Steve Johnson
by Steve Johnson

Watch the below video then vote.

It is all fun and games until someone gets hurt!

Thanks to Jeff for finding the video.

Steve Johnson
Steve Johnson

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  • Mark Forman Mark Forman on Jan 31, 2010

    To comatus,

    It is definitely Mike Gittinger's work. I produced and directed the film "Stringer... Portrait of a Newsreel Cameraman" and in the process, helped him get much of his old film into the National Archives.

    He shot another similar story in which two sisters shot at one another through bullet-proof glass. Though many of his stories were complete fakes, I don't think these were.

    Mark Forman

  • Will Will on Nov 25, 2012

    My mom carried a metal "Rat tail" comb.
    It was basically a, steel, five inch, comb with a five inch dagger blade for a handle. She swore it was her daily use comb and the handle was used to untangle hair. As the cop said..."Uh huh, I'm sure it does."