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A film about the National Health Act that established the NHS, and how it would benefit communities. It starts with a bleak look, when wrap-around patient care is non-existent, patients cannot see the right specialist when they need to and a family is split up over Christmas.
UK : Ministry of Health, 1948.
1 videocassette (VHS) (24 min.) : 1 DVD (24 min.) : sound, black and white, PAL. sound, black and white
Crown copyright, managed by BFI.
These viewing copies were made from material preserved by the BFI National Archive.
Written and produced by Budge Cooper, Photographed by Wolfgang Suschitzky, Musics composed by Charles Brill, Location Sound Recorded by. S.G. Rider, Directed by Donald Alexander. A Data production 1948. A Central Office of Information film for the Ministry of Health.