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The Social Side Of Health

The Social Side Of Health

The Social Side Of Health (1969) Theatrical Cartoon

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Walt Disney Studios Les Clark Ken Peterson Ted Baker George Bruns, Mel Leven
  • 1969
  • Walt Disney Studios
  • Theatrical Cartoon
  • Cartoon Characters: Equilateral Triangle.
  • Directed By Les Clark.
  • Produced By Ken Peterson.
  • Written By Ted Berman.
  • Edited By Ted Baker.

Additional Crew:



  • Art Styling: A. Kendall O'Connor.
  • Backgrounds: Frank Armitage.
  • Co-ordinator: Virginia Fontanella.

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Humorous health film about the importance of being in a group like clones. A dancing equilateral triangle is used to demonstrate the need for social belonging. The...  (more)

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