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Man Alive!

Man Alive! (1952) Theatrical Cartoon

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UPA Productions, American Cancer Society Vic Perrin, Dorothy Scott, Bill Scott William T. Hurtz Stephen Bosustow , Benjamin Lees
  • 1952
  • UPA Productions, American Cancer Society
  • Theatrical Cartoon
  • Vocal Talent: Vic Perrin, Dorothy Scott, Bill Scott.
  • Directed By William T. Hurtz.
  • Produced By Stephen Bosustow (Executive Producer).
  • Animated By Rudy Larriva, Phil Monroe, Cecil Surry.
    Color Artists: Jules Engel, Boris Gorelick, Michi Kataoka, Bob McIntosh (as Robert McIntosh).
  • Written By Bill Scott, William Roberts.

Additional Crew:



  • Production Manager: Herbert Klynn.
  • Designers: Arthur Heinemann (as Art Heinemann), Sterling Sturtevant.

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Shows the need for regular medical checkups from your doctor for symptoms that could lead up to cancer, comparing the human body and a car. Warning signs come to...  (more)

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