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1963

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Description

This film is about the training of people with cerebral palsy for employment, and appears to be mostly aimed at prospective employers. A particular example of a young man who works at the Hunter Aircraft factory at Luton airport is used. It shows the work of the Spastics Society and their training centres, which prepare young people for industry.

Publication/Creation

UK : Scope, 1963.

Physical description

1 videocassette (VHS) (28 min.) : 1 DVD (28 min.) : 1 videocassette (digibeta) (28 min.) : sound, color sound, color sound, color

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Creator/production credits

Made by Libertas Film Productions. Presented by Brian Connell, devised and written by I. Dawson Shepherd and James Cameron, produced by Margaret K. Johns and directed by Peter Seabourne.

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  • English


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