The Israel Film Service Collection

Zero One To Avi!, Episode 2: Accident

11 Minutes, 1974
TV Series
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Directed by: Zvi Gera
Production:Shmuel Altman
Production Company:Israeli Film Service
Photographer: Yehiel Neeman
Language: Hebrew
Subtitles: English, Hebrew

An episode of the childrens series One Zero to Avi, which was produced in the 1970s by the Ministry of Transport in collaboration with the National Council for the Prevention of Accidents. The series is based on the tradition of childrens companies, such as Hasamba or The Famous Five. The group at the center of the current series is working to increase road safety and prevent accidents. The group is led by the bespectacled Avi, who owns a talking parrot. Avi and his friends, all elementary school students, communicate with each other on walkietalkies which is the source for the series name.
In this episode, Duvi (known as Zero Four) calls Avi early in the morning. His father was involved in an accident, he ran over a boy riding his bike and the boy was hospitalized. The group decides to investigate who is to blame for the accident. At first, the suspicion falls on Duvis father, but after the gang discovers that the boy was riding at night without a headlight and reflecting light, they realize that Dobbys father was not able to see him. The group visits the injured boy at the hospital and teaches him how to equip his bike for safe riding at night.


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