Produced by Wilding Picture Productions, Inc. in cooperation with the Sinclair Refining Company. This film won thre awards including the 1948 National Safety Council Award of Merit as well as awards from Boston University and the Cleveland Film Council. The purpose of the film was to teach farmers and homeowners about the effects of carelessness and the importance of safety precautions.
The film featured noted Vaudevillian actor, Eddie Parkes as "Joe, the Special in-the-meantime agent" and Kirby Grant in the role of "John Barnes". Grant was most noted for his role in the 1953 television series,
Kodak Safety Film, 16mm, B/W, Sound (optical), 00:35:00 (1300 feet; no title).