London Line Colour No. 40 (1968)

Film details

  • Featuring

    Michael Smee

  • Country

    United Kingdom

  • Year

    1968

  • Genres

    Cinemagazine Government sponsored film

  • Type

    Film

  • Category

    Non Fiction

Alternative titles

  • Clean Air Act Alternative
  • Rhesus Negative Alternative

Synopsis

Clean Air Act: Ian Morrison reports on the success of Britain’s efforts to get rid of fog and air pollution following parliament’s Clean Air Act of 1956. Rhesus negative: For unborn babies Rhesus Negative is a blood disease that is all too often a killer. A new serum has been developed by Dr Philip Sheppard and Professor Cyril Clarke of Liverpool University which prevents the disease right at its source, and it all began with a talk about butterflies. Issue also includes following stories: Bareback on top of a Bi-plane Humbugs

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