The Sleepwatchers

United States, 1969

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Episode of Series “The 21st Century”.
Presents a report on current research being done on various aspects of sleep. How much sleep human beings need, what happens to someone deprived of sleep, what sleep is like for the mentally ill, what causes sleepwalking and how to cure it and how much time each night is spent dreaming are among some of the questions dealt with in this film. Reporter: Walter Cronkite.

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producer

Isaac Kleinerman

director

James Jackson

production company

Columbia Broadcasting System

Duration

00:24:50:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1969

Appears in

The 21st Century

Group of items

The 21st Century

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