Heart of the matter

Australia, 1970

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Episode of Series “Fit to Live”.
Part of an instructional film series from 1969-70 about the training of Australia’s youth. Thirteen colour films of ten minutes duration were made under the auspices of the Cultural Council for National Fitness. The films focus on National Fitness Camps, sports, family recreation and exercises for people of all ages. Sponsored by the Shell Company, the films were made to emphasis the need for physical fitness amongst all age groups. This film deals with the prevention and rehabilitation of heart disease through exercise.

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Alex Ezard

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Artransa Park Studios



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