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Defense Against Invasion (1946)

A doctor persuades a group of boys to be vaccinated by explaining how it will protect them against disease.

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Jack King (uncredited)
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A doctor persuades a group of boys to be vaccinated by explaining how it will protect them against disease. Animated sequences depict the body metaphorically as a city, defended by the blood cells, which are stimulated by vaccination to amass arms and ammunition, in order to defend the city when it is invaded by germs. Written by Anonymous

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USA

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English

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22 October 1946 (USA) See more »

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Featured in One Hundred Children Waiting for a Train (1988) See more »

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Dated yet Charming
24 October 2019 | by ahmedsamrSee all my reviews

This movie is a product of its time in many different ways, but there is still a significant magic that comes with this disney animation, even during wartimes. The science is very simplified and innaccurate in some areas, but as this was a propaganda film, the goal of this film was to encourage vaccination rather than provide a scientific background. The animation of this film is fantastic, though it's not much better or worse than other disney films of the time.

This review provides a glimpse of the past in an enjoyable way.


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