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Glory Enough for All (1988)

Dramatised documentary of the 1921-22 Nobel Prize-winning discovery of insulin at the University of Toronto based on the books The Discovery of Insulin & Banting: A Biography by University ... See full summary »

Director:

Eric Till

Writer:

Grahame Woods
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Cast

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R.H. Thomson ... Dr Frederick Banting
Robert Wisden ... Charles Best
John Woodvine ... Dr. John MacLeod
Michael Zelniker ... James Collip
Martha Henry Martha Henry ... Antoinette Hughes
Heather Hess Heather Hess ... Elizabeth Hughes
Kate Trotter ... Edith Roach
Bernard Behrens ... Frederick Allen
Tom Harvey Tom Harvey
Warren Davis Warren Davis ... Charles Evans Hughes
Susannah Hoffmann Susannah Hoffmann ... Catherine Hughes
Leah Pinsent
Marion Gilsenan Marion Gilsenan ... Grace McLeod
Seana McKenna Seana McKenna
Gerard Parkes ... Duncan Graham (as Gerard Parks)
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Dramatised documentary of the 1921-22 Nobel Prize-winning discovery of insulin at the University of Toronto based on the books The Discovery of Insulin & Banting: A Biography by University of Toronto historian Michael Bliss. Written by Sam Jephcott

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Country:

UK | Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 June 1988 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Dicsőség mindenkinek See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Color
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A film created on shame and false events regarding the discovery of insulin.
17 February 2016 | by mariusorionSee all my reviews

A film created on shame and false events regarding the discovery of insulin. So, if you are a diabetic and you're still alive, you should know who saved you, namely Prof. Dr. N.C. Paulescu ! You have no shame?! Insulin is discovered by N. C. Paulescu. This movie teaches people a lie ... propaganda distorts the history of medicine. How can you make movies like this when N.C. Paulescu is responsible for saving tens of millions of people from certain death.

The discovery of insulin by NC Paulescu is not stolen, is suppressed. Well, I read the original article by Nicolae Paulescu and I can say with certainty that he is the discoverer of insulin. I do not know how many actually bothered to compare the articles of Paulescu and Banting's ... but I did it. Not to mention the date of publication of the two articles.


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