Shades of grey (1948)

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Shades of grey


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Title Shades of grey
Year of production 1948
Country of production États-Unis
Director(s)
Duration 66 minutes
Format Parlant - Noir et blanc - 16 mm
Original language(s) English
Commissioning body U.S. Army
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Documentaire

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  • Music and sound effects : Yes.
  • Images featured in other films : No.

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C. A. Morgan III, From Let there be light to Shades of Grey: the construction of authoritative knowledge about combat fatigue (1945-1948) in Signs of life, Cinema and Medicine, edited by Graeme Harper and Andrew Moor, Wallflower Press, London and New York, 2005.


Lowy Vincent & Cantor David, Conversion Narratives, Health Films, and Hollywood Filmmakers of the 1930s and 1940s in Health Education Films in the Twentieth Century, edited by Christian Bonah, David Cantor and Anja Laukötter, University of Rochester Press, Rochester, 2018.


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  • Record written by : Élisabeth Fuchs