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Sickle cell anemia: A genetic disease.

  • King, Robin
Date
1978
  • Film

About this work

Description

A film explaining sickle cell anaemia using similar footage and animation as 7263F 'The sickle shaped cell: A film for children'. for children: it starts with animation and footage of various zoo animals (shot at San Diego zoo) to explain inheritence. On a cellular level, it then explains via animation that some people have some sickle shaped cells and then develop infections and pain.

Publication/Creation

1978.

Physical description

1 film reel (15 min. ) : sound, colour, 16mm.

Notes

Slightly acetic.

Creator/production credits

A Presentation of Children's Hospital Medical Center of Northern California. Medical Consultants; Bertram Lubin, Audrey Forbes Manley. Medical Advisors; Thomas Bradley, Julian Davis, William Mentzer, Clarice Reid, George Tolbert. Music; Miles Goodman. Animation; Margaret Hale, Gerry Frerks, Vincent Collins. Scientific Illustration Consultant; Irving Geis. Camera; Frederick A. Ritzenberg. Sound; Roy Ramsing. A film by David Leivick and Frederick A. Ritzenberg. A Golden Door Production.
Narrated by Robin King.
Narrated by Diahann Carroll.

Copyright note

Golden Door Productions.

Languages

  • English


Where to find it

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