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Criminal at large

Title(s):
Criminal at large
MCWA
Author(s):
United States. Office of Malaria Control in War Areas.
Publication Date:
1943
Publisher:
[Washington, DC] : U.S. Public Health Service, [1943]
Language(s):
English
Format:
Moving image
013 min.
Color
Sound
Subject(s):
Anopheles
Malaria -- prevention & control
Rights:
The National Library of Medicine believes this item to be in the public domain.
Identifier(s):
See catalog record: 8800163A
http://resource.nlm.nih.gov/8800163A
Description:
This film is an animated filmograph describing the danger of malaria transmission by the Anopheles mosquito. A cub reporter is depicted trying to investigate the story of "Anna Awful" (anopheles), an evil femme fatale of sorts who is sickening and terrorizing people. As the reporter gathers "the scoop," we see shots that include: diagrams of eggs, larva, and pupa, the difference between male and female adults, the way the female transmits malaria organisms, and the difference between Anopheles quadrimaculatus and Culex mosquitoes.
Received: May 29, 1956 as a donation from United States Public Health Service, Communicable Disease Center
Title(s):
Criminal at large
MCWA
Author(s):
United States. Office of Malaria Control in War Areas.
Publication Date:
1943
Publisher:
[Washington, DC] : U.S. Public Health Service, [1943]
Language(s):
English
Format:
Moving image
013 min.
Color
Sound
Subject(s):
Anopheles
Malaria -- prevention & control
Rights:
The National Library of Medicine believes this item to be in the public domain.
Identifier(s):
See catalog record: 8800163A
http://resource.nlm.nih.gov/8800163A
Description:
This film is an animated filmograph describing the danger of malaria transmission by the Anopheles mosquito. A cub reporter is depicted trying to investigate the story of "Anna Awful" (anopheles), an evil femme fatale of sorts who is sickening and terrorizing people. As the reporter gathers "the scoop," we see shots that include: diagrams of eggs, larva, and pupa, the difference between male and female adults, the way the female transmits malaria organisms, and the difference between Anopheles quadrimaculatus and Culex mosquitoes.
Received: May 29, 1956 as a donation from United States Public Health Service, Communicable Disease Center