The following will make your day whole and make you feel happy.
Guaranteed, or your money back.
What did I say? 100% joy.
When people go on about “what makes this country great” this is what they mean, surely?
When Doomsday for Pests has been shown on the arthouse circuit it has been referred to as a 1952 production. Too late, I think. Pestroy DDT is a product from 1946. The Wisconsin Historical Society has a great photograph of a Sherwin-Williams Pestroy DDT window display dated August 1946. See also this filmography of animation studio UPA.
A lot of DDT, not just a little
One way that people watched this film is right at the store.
A quart of the DDT paint-like liquid coating cost $1.19 in 1947 (about $11.40 in 2009 dollars). A 3-ounce can of the DDT powder was 39 cents ($3.75).
Every hour on the hour!
I confess I find this film inspiring. Imagine if something like this were done for DE? Or any other bed bug subject?