Here’s an odd little instructional film about safe driving—as told via safe flying instructions—by the Jam Handy Organization, for Chevrolet:
The Jam Handy Organization was founded and run by Henry Jamison “Jam” Handy, who from the 1930s until the late 1960s produced thousands of short films, mostly in the instrucational category.
Earlier on, Handy won a bronze-medal as part of the U.S. swim team at the 1904 Olympics. In 1924 he became one of the still rare athletes to win medals 20 years apart, when he won another bronze as part of the U.S. water polo team. (One of his teammates that year was Johnny Weissmuller of “Tarzan” fame.) Handy is also credited with introducing the “Australian crawl” swimming stroke to the U.S.