Sickle cell anemia: A genetic disease.
- King, Robin
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About this work
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.
- King, Robin |narrator.
- Goodman, Miles |composer.
- Lubin, Bertram. |scientific advisor.
- Forbes Manley, Audrey. |scientific advisor.
- Bradley, Thomas |scientific advisor.
- Davis, Julian |scientific advisor.
- Mentzer, William. |scientific advisor.
- Reid, Clarice. |scientific advisor.
- Tolbert, George. |scientific advisor.
- Geis, Irving |scientific advisor.
- Hale, Margaret. |animator.
- Frerks, Gerry. |animator.
- Collins,Vincent. |animator.
- Ritzenberg, Frederick A. |cinematography., producer.
- Ramsing, Roy. |sound engineer.
- Golden Door Productions |producer.