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Why not you?

Date
1972

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Description

A film showing a much needed holiday provided for children with cerebral palsy. The holiday took place in the town of Ruislip, organised by Ruislip Christian Council and the British Red Cross Society, and the children are taken on a day trip to enjoy the sights of London.

Publication/Creation

UK : Scope, 1972.

Physical description

1 videocassette (digibeta) (15 min.) : 1 videocassette (VHS) (15 min.) : 1 DVD (15 min.) : sound, color sound, color sound, color

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Scope.

Creator/production credits

Photographed by Alan R. Tanner and Chris White, produced and directed by Alan R. Tanner, narrated by Leslie Crowther.

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  • English


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