Second World War British Ministry of Information newsreel trailer encouraging housewives to keep looking for salvage materials for the war effort.
The film opens with a close-up of a newspaper advertisement encouraging housewives to "Have another look" for salvage around the home. A housewife, seated at her kitchen table, reading the paper announces "thank goodness that doesn't apply to me. I am always looking". The commentary then questions "are you sure Madam?" and points out items which have been overlooked. The following are identified and, with the use of stop-action camera work, moved from their original location to form neat piles of the kitchen table: sheets of old newspaper used to line a cutlery drawer, an out of date calendar hanging on the wall, postcards in a dresser drawer, a large bone in a dog's basket, small bones in an ash bin, old dress patterns and a railway timetable on a book shelf, magazines and old music sheets, old bills in a jar and rolls of old wallpapers in a cupboard. (The commentary notes that the wallpaper will make hundreds of cartridge wads.) The commentary then makes a direct appeal to the housewife "we know that a woman's work in never done. but salvage is a real help to the war effort. So please have another look for salvage" The film ends with another shot of the newspaper advert "Have another Look. Salvage is still important" and the caption SALVAGE IS IMPORTANT KEEP IT UP!