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This film aims to raise public awareness of cerebral palsy and shows the work at a local authority school in Surrey that caters for physically disabled children. A local work centre for spastics is also seen.
UK : Scope, 1969.
1 videocassette (VHS) (18 min.) : 1 DVD (18 min.) : 2 videocassettes (digibeta) (18 min. each one master and one with restored audio) : sound, black and white, PAL sound, black and white sound, black and white, PAL.
Sound by Brian Rendle, camera by Tony Roques, edited by John Watts and directed by Paul Streather. Made by Academy Films for the Spastic Society.