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Credit card sales vouchers are brought in to the Access processing centre at a rate of half a million a day, and all processed manually. (clip) 
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Title: ALL TO YOUR CREDIT
Reference number: 1906
Director: d. Anthony Squire
Production company: Wadlow Grosvenor Productions
Running time: 18.39 mins
Description: An illustration of the various uses of credit cards, showing the banks and shopping chains where it could be used. This film uses dramatised scenes to explore attitudes to credit.
p. controller Ron Appleton
cameraman Norman Jones
location sd. Bruce White
unit manager Barry Read
ed. Colin Cherrill
graphics Trevor Bond
m. Johnny Pearson
p. Jean Wadlow
Shotlist: No credits. General views of lady buying a case with her Access card, titles superimposed; stills of chains and shops where Access is accepted; general shots illustrating the various uses of credit cards, eating out, paying for a holiday over the phone, etc. (1.54) ints. lady completes her purchase; c/u credit slip is filled out (3.40); Retailer handing in transactions to bank. (3.54) Various interior and exterior shots of banks. The Access operations centre; sorting and checking of slips; computer input section (5.59); Dramatised scene where woman gives her husband his new briefcase (8.07) employee at Thomas Cook travel agent phones for authorisation from the Access Operations centre (10.19); General views abroad (10.45) man taking cash advance on his card, at a bank; transaction is carried out manually (11.49) ints. man taking enquiries; Computer room at the Operations Centre, showing banks of computers, and records being made on tape and magnetic disc v/o: "the size of an LP record"; (13.29); Dramatised scene with lady and her friend at home. (15.34) friend goes to the bank for an application form; her application is process; c/u new Access cards are made; She buys a dress in a store. (17.32) Dramatised scene back home with her husband (18.11); End credits (18.39)
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