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Historic Childbirth Film Collection on DVD
This collection of three films explores various aspects of childbirth in the 1950s and early 1960s.
The first film is Labor and Childbirth (1950) - This film uses a series of diagrams and narration to explain the phases of labor and what a woman can do to prepare for going to the hospital and what she can expect during each of the three phases of labor.
The second film is Dream Hospital (1953) - This short newsreel showcases the hospital of the future - circa 1950s. It demonstrates the cutting edge medical equipment that they have to help save lives and make the hospital more comfortable for everyone - including expecting mothers.
The third film is Sudden Birth (1963) - This is a fascinating look at police training for the oh so awkward situation of a police officer being in the position of having to help with a birth out in the field. What makes this film so unique is that they actually show a live birth happening in a car.
This DVD has a runtime of approximately 40 minutes.
Here are some sample images from the DVD
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