Drunk Driving (1939)
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In this Crime Does Not Pay series entry, John Jones is an up and coming businessman who drinks too much but denies he has a problem. One day he mixes drinking and driving, and the tragic consequences hit very close to home.
The hazards of drinking and driving are displayed through the retelling of a real life case, where the names have been changed to protect the innocent. "John Jones" has just received an unexpected promotion at work. To celebrate, he and a colleague go out for a few drinks. On his way home from the celebration, Jones is the cause of a fender bender. Despite taking the blame for the accident and getting fined for drinking and driving, Jones does not connect the accident with his drinking. Because he doesn't see the connection, he continues to drink and drive.
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