Angry Boy (1951)

14 Dec
Director 
Producer   Mental Health Film Board and the State of Michigan Dept. of Mental Health; published by Affiliated Film Producers, Chicago, IL. Released by International Film Bureau.
Contributors   Writer, Irving Jacoby; psychiatric consultant, Thomas A. C. Rennie
Length   33 min
B&W/Color   b&w
UO Library Catalog description:   Dramatizes the story of an emotionally disturbed boy whose troubles have developed as a result of unhealthy family relationships. Through psychiatric guidance the boy and his parents are helped to understand and to handle their emotional problems.
Call #  FILM Mc11
Genre  instructional
Rare  no
Online  no
Copyright status  public domain
Physical condition  fair
Oregon-related  no

Notes:

“Emotions of Every-Day Living Series, No. 2.” Writer Irving Jacoby produced some of the first documentaries dealing with mental illness.

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