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British way of health.

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1973

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Description

Outlines the work of the British Health Service through the eyes of Dr. Stone, a London G.P., Dr. Gibson, one-time Chairman of the British Medical Association, now a senior partner at Friarsgate Medical Centre, and Mr. Laing, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, who heads an ultra-modern hospital and research unit caring for burned patients. Film is aimed at overseas audiences.

Publication/Creation

UK : Central Office of Information, 1973.

Physical description

1 videocassette (VHS) (26 min.) : 1 DVD (26 min.) : sound, color, PAL. sound, color

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Crown copyright

Notes

These viewing copies were made from material preserved at the BFI National Archive.

Creator/production credits

Produced by London Television Service. Written and directed by Richard Marquand, edited by Richard Key, photographed by Ernest Vincze and sound by Peter Dodson.

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  • English


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