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Shape of the Nation

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From the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series, 1950-1975.; "During the past year, President Kennedy has discussed growing concern over the physical shape of Americans, both young and old alike. This week's episode headlines Bob Hope and Jerry Colonna as they report on the physical "Shape of the Nation." Also appearing in this report are Bud Wilkinson, famed coach of the University of Oklahoma and special consultant to the President on physical fitness; Bob Richards, former Olympic pole vaulting champion and three-time winner of the U.S. decathlon championship; along with Alan B. Shepard, Jr., America's first man in space. This documentary report is an amusing as well as a sober appraisal of our country's physical shape."--National Archives and Records Administration.
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1962
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Leonard A. Scheele

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"Participants: Leonard A. Scheele, Surgeon General of the U.S. Public Health Service, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Bill Costello. Topics: Major health problems in the United States, polio vaccine, public and private efforts to solve health problems, and U.S. role in the World Health Organization."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, April 7, 1954 (200LW621).
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1954
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Frontline: Death in Tehran

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A death in Tehran: At the height of the protests following Iran's presidential election, a young woman named Neda Soltani was shot and killed on the streets of Tehran. Her death was filmed on a cameraphone, then uploaded to the web, quickly becoming an international outrage. Frontline investigates the life and death of the woman who remains a symbol for those wanting to keep the movement alive. Unanswered questions in the aftermath of the greatest upheaval in Iran since the 1979 revolution are also explored ; Uganda: out of the wild: From the wilds of Uganda's "Impenetrable Forest"--Home to the world's largest population of Mountain Gorillas, but also a hotbet for a number of deadly diseases that cross the species barrier from animals to human.
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2009
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