Vision. [No. 22]

United States, 1975

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Cinemagazine: the work and use of the radio telescope in West Virginia; a policewoman explains her job, training and off duty life in Washington; problems of the retired and the handicapped as tackled by the Retired Senior Volunteer Program; making dolls to reflect authentic period in American history; the cleaning up of Lake Washington by the community in Seattle and the 18 acre San Diego Wild Animal Park which aims to reproduce in captivity animals which otherwise might become extinct. Narrated by Michael Tolan.

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Ted Steeg Productions

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Jim Strongin

Ted Steeg

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00:26:27:00

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United States
Production dates
1975

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