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|Commanditaire=Kansas State Board of Health; United States Public Health Service;
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|Archives détentrices=National Library of Medicine;
|Archives détentrices=United States National Library of Medicine;
|Genre dominant=Fiction
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|Acteurs=Harper Barnes; Shelby Storck;
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Latest revision as of 10:36, 23 September 2019


The innocent party

Title The innocent party
Year of production 1959
Country of production États-Unis
Director(s) Herk Harvey
Scientific advisor(s) Geoffrey Martin MD
Actor(s) Harper Barnes
Shelby Storck
Duration 17 minutes
Format Parlant - Couleur - 16 mm
Original language(s) English
Production companies Centron corporation
Commissioning body Kansas State Board of HealthUnited States Public Health Service
Archive holder(s) United States National Library of Medicine
Warning: this record has not been reviewed yet and may be incomplete or inaccurate.

Main credits

Kansas State Board of Healthin cooperation withthe US Public Health ServicePresents
Technical Advisors:Al F. SchoplowakyWilliam F. SchwartzLee E. Van VinkleVirginia PenceLawrence A. BrennanG. Martin MD



Main genre




Structuring elements of the film

  • Reporting footage  : No.
  • Set footage  : No.
  • Archival footage  : No.
  • Animated sequences  : No.
  • Intertitles  : No.
  • Host  : No.
  • Voice-over  : No.
  • Interview  : No.
  • Music and sound effects : No.
  • Images featured in other films : No.

How does the film direct the viewer’s attention?

How are health and medicine portrayed?

Broadcasting and reception

Where is the film screened?

Presentations and events associated with the film


Local, national, or international audience